When intelligence deemed critical to national security cannot be obtained by traditional means, Third Echelon is granted clearance to conduct physical operations. Its existence denied by the U.S. government, Third Echelon deploys units known as Splinter Cells: elite intelligence-gathering forces consisting of a lone field operative supported by a remote team. Like a sliver of glass, a Splinter Cell is small, sharp, and nearly invisible.
Who is Sam Fisher?
Sam Fisher is Third Echelon’s primary Splinter Cell operative.
Fisher has been on the front lines of espionage through several key decades of world history. He has not only survived but excelled in the field of espionage through hard work, insatiable curiosity, and brutal honesty. He has little time for polite niceties and even less for lies.
Though fully aware of and confident in his abilities, Fisher understands that his survival has often been a gift of chance. He knows he is human and fallible and does not want to die. He has a strange and slightly dark sense of humor.
He is quiet, instinctive, and observant, somebody who watches from the outside. Fighting, espionage, and constant training have defined his adult life; his tactical experience has become part of his instinct. Now, even outside of work he is most comfortable on the fringes of society, keenly observant but still removed.
Fisher has acquired an admirable collection of scars and has little left to prove to the world. Now older and wiser, he has no interest in glory. If he fights, it is because he believes the cause is necessary and he is capable.
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