Cole Daggert

Cole Daggert - 32nd Century buercract and chief tactical advisor to Anson Marik for the Marik-Stewart Commonwealth. Tall man of african ancestory, who is noted to be in tight control of his emotionals.

Character History[edit]

Daggert worked closely with the Captain General, as the Lyran/Wolf invasion of the Free Worlds League space steadly tore the Commonwealth apart. As invasion began to dig into the Commonwealth, Daggert repeatively tried to resign his position. Anson, continued to refuse to allow him resign, threating to "resign" him into a dungeon. Their relationship, which consist of yelling at one another, at many points try yell to his point across to Anson since he be in such a emotional frenzy. Since Anson secretly enjoys arguing and bullying to help him think. Daggert figures out later on that method of communication it appears to be only means to talk to Captain-General in course encounters with having talk to him.

Daggert was architect for many of the various hit & runs and traps that Silver Hawk Irregulars tactics that became hallmark for the Hawks during the invasion of the Commonwealth.

He had travelled with Anson from the temporary capital of Commonwealth located on Atreus to the world of Stewart, as try they tried stay ahead of the invasion. By May 3138, after the massacrue of Helm, it became obvious that Commonwealth on the verge of defeat. From hearing of the horrible news of treatment of his soldiers he slide into emotional slump. Daggert continue run operations as Captain-General would not allow others to speak to him or respond to their presence.

As time drew short to day when invasion would come to Stewart, Daggert had finally arrouse Anson's famous anger by mentioning how world of Ariel had asked for aide from "Capitain-General" Jessica Marik. Anson finaly burst out, yelled his frustrations with everything in one snap. He turned Daggert after his long speech of frustrations and told him that he he needed him to remain with him since he was the only one who tells him straight truth of the of what was really going on. With this insight, Daggert had epiphany into how salvage victory from situation that no one would suspect. Anson at first doesn't believe him, later he explains to him.

The Invasion of Stewart begins in June 5th, where a Lyran & Wolf forces began to move from the south of the capital city of New Edinburgh to trying to cut any avenue escape including the northbound super highway, almost ignoring Anson's palace and parlimant is located.

Daggert plan called for Silver Hawks to leave few companies of their forces in the city, while remainer were order off planet to New Hope by using northern highway to city of MacDonald. He & Anson devised the plan to use Anson's motorcrade to lead Lyran/Wolf forces to thinking it was Anson trying to escaping the planet to temporary DropShip Port on west of the city. The trap suceeded to lure key command units to attempt to chase the motorcade However, they discover brutally that motorcade of strech limos had couple powerful explosive traps in them instead, nearly killing Duke Vedet.

Enraged, the Duke Vedet his 1st Hesperus Guards charged to the place looking for Anson. This is all according to the plan Daggert came up with. Daggert was then ordered off planet, as he tried convince Anson to go with him and the Hawks. However, he refused, Anson yelled him litterly out of the palace. In a almost fitting way end their time together.

Daggert left with remaining Silver Hawks forces to the world of New Hope. The world was one of the old Silver Hawk Coalition world. There the Silver Hawks would remain mostly intact figure out a plan to protect the people in their own way. Thou Anson died in attack on his palace, also part of Daggert's plan, Anson's legecy would be that the Silver Hawks continuing to survival and contining to serve the people of House Marik. Daggert was one of the principle who plan allowed Hawk's and Anson's legacy to continue.

With no government to serve, Daggert Cole retires and in secret when he is alone toasts to memory of Anson Marik.

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