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- "All I've known is war, and that's all I'll ever know."
- ―Aylla Tamsen
Aylla Tamsen was a private serving under the Gamma Company PMC, having been 'recruited' into Gamma's ranks after an infiltration mission gone awry.
- "They tried to make me strong, tried to make me think like them, tried to turn me into a weapon, with a simple switch to flip once Pyongyang and Seoul start firing at eachother."
- ―Aylla Tamsen
Aylla origins are as bizarre as they are unlikely. Born to a typical American household, an otherwise normal would soon find herself taken from her home, seemingly never to be seen again. Little did her parents know, she was taken by North Korean agents, considered a suitable subject for the highly secretive MIMICRY task force. She was intended to serve as one of many sleeper agents hiding in plain sight in either South Korea or the United States, ready to wreak havoc upon an unsuspecting populace.
'Hyuun-Sook', as she as called, was immediately brainwashed into the North Korean ideology, being told of the superiority of the North over all other countries. She was trained to be extremely obedient, often punished harshly for even the most minute of mistakes. This training would continue until she was considered ready to become a full asset in MIMICRY, forcing Hyuun to adapt or suffer greatly.
Capture and Interrogation Edit
- "You don't look like a North Korean to me girl." "That was kind of the point."
- ―Aylla, upon meeting her soon to be new handler
Under New Management Edit
- "She's awfully spooky, doesn't look Korean either, but what the hell do I know."
- ―Unknown Gamma trooper
Personality and Traits Edit
- "I'm insane, but I'm not yet crazy."
- ―Aylla Tamsen
Aylla was usually quiet, often with a grim demeanor. Oftentimes, during her training, she was prone to violent outbursts, though they quickly faded with sufficient punishment. Despite this, she still on occasion found herself growing increasingly violent during combat, to the point where it began to compromise her efficiency. Despite this however, Aylla was quite stealthy when needed, as demonstrated during some of her stealth and assassination ops with Gamma Company.
Aylla began to develop a seemingly fatalistic approach to life, believing that she would die in combat at some point before the war was over. As a result, this transpired in her seeming disregard for her own safety, often taking risky or highly dangerous decisions during combat. Despite her disregard for her own life, she highly valued the lives of other soldiers, often taking the utmost care in making sure that they survive. This is thought to have come as a result of seeing her entire family die, thus resulting in her protective nature towards others. At the same time, despite being practically forced into the PMC, she held a bizarre form of respect for it, as it had managed to find her something useful to do with her life, without treating her so harshly as her former North Korean 'allies'. This sense of duty became the major reason why she never left the rather spartan lifestyle, remaining with the PMC's despite having ample opportunities to do so.
- Aylla's appearance and name were taken from two characters from seperate sites the author is a part of.