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Agent P-3

Major Nechaev is an officer on special assignments and a specialist in resolving difficult situations by any means, including by force. Having devoted his whole life to service, in return Nechaev received numerous injuries, psychological problems, and a feeling of deep, gnawing loneliness. Professor Sechenov is the only person who provides him with paternal wisdom, for which the major repays him with reciprocal understanding and respect. Nechaev’s past as a special agent is strictly classified.

DOSSIER No. 0453-1The code name “”P-3″” was assigned to Major Nechaev in honor of plutonium, the third of the discovered radioactive elements, after he was exposed to it in a laboratory and left with severe injuries. His injuries were practically incompatible with life – his arms and left leg were crushed, and his brain was in a state of severe concussion. To save the life of his best agent, Sechenov personally implanted metal prostheses into Nechaev and restored his brain function. Nevertheless, P-3 failed to fully rehabilitate himself. He didn’t manage to recall many details from his past before the operation.

Unfortunately, the Major has only fragmentary memories of his missions, and he continues to suffer from post-traumatic syndrome. He thinks of himself as unstable and posing a danger to others.

 

Professor Sechenov pays great attention to the equipment and combat readiness of his personal special assignment specialist. That is why the latest developments of Facility 3826 always appear in the arsenal of the P-3, the latest of which was the polymer glove – a unique invention that simplifies the process of absorbing new polymers and has experimental combat functions.

This polymer manipulator receives power from the batteries built into Nechaev’s jumpsuit. The manipulator is connected via a universal port on the major’s arm, while electricity is supplied directly to the glove through thin monomolecular superconducting polymer rods laid through the bones and soft tissues of his left hand. Thus, an implant connected to both the nervous system and soft tissues can be controlled by thought effort (electrical impulses of the nervous system), guaranteeing instant absorption of neuropolymers by the body of agent P-3.

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