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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Endgame
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
Maya Valentina was a Splinter Cell that was tasked with finding rogue Splinter Cell agent Sam Fisher, as well as being the handler for Archer and Kestrel during the Third Echelon Conspiracy. It is unknown what became of Maya Valentina following the Third Echelon Conspiracy after Third Echelon disbanded.
2009-2010: The Search for Sam Fisher/Doppelganger Arms ConspiracyEdit
Maya Valentina was part of a team of Splinter Cells, lead by Ben Hansen, to find and capture rogue Splinter Cell agent Sam Fisher. Despite finding Fisher on several occasions, Fisher would always elude them and escape before they could capture him. After chasing Fisher through France, Germany and Luxembourg, the team finally caught up to Fisher and pursued him by vehicle. In a desperate attempt to escape the pursuit, Fisher drove his SUV off the bridge and into the river below, where he was then presumed dead. Fisher was still alive and tracked down Hansen, revealing the truth to him before disappearing again.
Valentina was Archer and Kestrel's handler in Moscow after Ben Hansen was removed for, as she stated, "security reasons." She helped both agents during their missions to disable the EMP devices. Following the Third Echelon Conspiracy, it is unknown what became of Valentina as Third Echelon was disbanded after the Conspiracy.
Maya Valentina is a trained Splinter Cell, meaning she excels in covert operation tactics, firearm use as well as knowing hand-to-hand techniques to disable enemies. She is known for her attractiveness and is often asked to take advantage of it to extract information from others. She likes to partner with Nathan Noboru because he is only other one that doesn't treat her differently because of her looks.
Appearances in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell mediaEdit
- "Valentina" is a given name which is derived from Latin word "valens", meaning "healthy" or "strong".