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Bagrat
Bagrat
Biographical information
Died November 11, 2004, Yangon, Myanmar(Optional)
Cause of death Killed by Sam Fisher.(Optional)
Citizenship Georgian
Career information
Occupation Georgian Army
Rank Colonel
Affiliations Georgian Army

KROWE

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series information
Appearances Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Echoes

Bagrat was a Colonel who served under Vyacheslav Grinko during the Georgian Information Crisis in 2004.

BiographyEdit

2004: Georgian Information CrisisEdit

Before the planned broadcast deaths of the American soldiers, Splinter Cell agent Sam Fisher was able to make his way into the cattle pens where the soldiers were being held. Vyacheslav Grinko sent down waves of men down to the cattle pens to find and kill Fisher, Bagrat was one of the individuals who went down to deal with him.

2012: Foiling Megido's Operation and Dismantling KROWEEdit

Years Later after the Georgian Crisis, He Left the Georgian Army and Joined an International Terrorist organization called KROWE which be later on be under Command of Matilda Solomon in Behalf of Meggido. The Organization was to setup several Servers to hack and possibly gain any blackmail evidence against several politicians in the United States. Sam Fisher, alongside Paladin 9 Security, tracked down their base of operation, with Sam Fisher single-handedly taking down the base, killing most of the personnel while he himself was stabbed. Sam ultimately survived the ordeal, and with the death of Matilda Solomon, KROWE was disbanded. Later on, he was last seen in Croatia, being recruited by Majid Sadiq for his Blacklist Attacks

TriviaEdit

  • It should be noted that Bagrat living or dying by Sam Fisher depends on how the player deals with the forces that come to the cattle pens. It's entirely possible to kill all the forces or knock them out meaning Bagrat's death depends on the player.
  • Canonically Bagrat Survived encountering Sam Fisher twice and surprisingly survived a knife wound to his neck
  • The name "Bagrat" comes from Old Persian, meaning "gift of God."

See alsoEdit

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