Avicenna Mercenary Doctor Mercenaries Miniatures Infinity Corvus Belli
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COR280719 Avicenna Mercenary Doctor Mercenaries Miniatures Infinity Corvus Belli
Abu Ali al-Husayn ibn Sina, was known in the West as Avicenna. An important Arab philosopher and doctor, he was called Prince of Physicians. Author of the Canon of Medicine, his work served as a primary medical education text in Europe and Asia for around four centuries. His reputation provided him with honours, fortune and even political power. He was also known for mixing study and pleasure throughout his life.
The real objective of Project Hakim remains unknown. The effort required to develop a Re-creation doesn.t justify its use for merely experimental or scientific purposes. There is a rumour, running through the gossip shops of Intelligence agencies and conspiracy theory forums, that Project Hakim was the spearhead of an operation developed by ALEPH to win the hearts and minds of Haqqislamite society. The objective was to make Haqqislam more open to ALEPHs presence, as is the case in PanOceania or Yu Jing, with the Re-creation of Avicenna as an ambassador. True or not, the danger to the independence of the philosophical Haqqislamite culture was enough for the Hassassin sect. In partnership with the Black Hand, the Hassassins kidnapped Avicenna, simulating his death in a terrorist raid. His body, disconnected from ALEPH, was translated to one of the Praxis Black Laboratories where it was studied and analysed. All hardware, software, wetware and nanoware that linked the Re-creation with ALEPH was wiped and new and esoteric components were implanted, taken from the HelloBoxes of the ArTechnoDivarius.
However, to develop the second phase of the operation, it was essential Avicenna was untraceable by ALEPH. So, once laboratory investigations were complete, the Re-creation was sent to the Witness Protection programme of Black Hand, the most secure in the Human Sphere.
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