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1 Aleph Andromeda, Sophistes of the Steel Phalanx (Submachine gun) Blister Pack contains:
Andromeda (in Classical Greek: Ἀνδρομέδα / Androméda, which means "she who rules men”) was, in Greek mythology, an Aethiopian princess, daughter of king Cepheus. Made a victim by the excessive pride of her mother, the queen Cassiopeia, Andromeda would be chained naked to a rock as a sacrifice to the sea monster Cetus. Rescued by the hero Perseus, she would become his wife and rule by his side.
The Sophists are the Intelligence agents of the Steel Phalanx. Although in the beginning the Phalanx relied on the Operations Sub-section, as time went by it began to gain greater relevance due to the escalating conflict against the IE; circumstances had changed. Once it started gaining a more global presence in the Paradiso theater of operations, it became necessary to create a specific Intelligence group capable of working together with the Assault Sub-section's operatives and their special characteristics.
Andromeda is the best of the Sophists, or maybe she is just one of the best, because the truth is that we don't really know them all that well due to their duties as spies and secret agents. Just like the rest of the Homeridae, Andromeda has a splendid body, but the first thing that stands out are her eyes, mysterious and captivating, the eyes of an angel — or of a demon. Because Andromeda can be either one depending on what she considers to be convenient for accomplishing her mission. This woman thinks things through, has a clever and calculating mind, and superior tenacity similar to the most resistant Teseum. She is a spy so you should never trust her. Lying is for Andromeda just as natural as breathing. And if she seems to be fragile and helpless, pay careful attention to that briefcase she carries everywhere with her. That is Cetus, her loyal, portable monster, her ace in the hole, an advantage that will tear your throat out before you are able to ask her what is going on.
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