Basic InformationEdit

Full Name: Aden Hawke - DECEASED
Birthplace: Stratholme
Occupation: SI:7 Operative
Class: Rogue
Professions: Mining, Skinning, First Aid, Poisons
Affiliations: Alliance, Stormwind, SI:7

Physical AppearenceEdit

Race: Human
Age: 20's
Height: 6'0
Weight: 180 lbs
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Blue


(Under Construction)


An ex-convict and disgraced war hero, Aden Hawke was to a noble family shortly after the end of the Second War. During The Scourge's initial invasion of Stratholme, his parents were killed and was left to fend for himself. Afterwards, he joined Lady Jaina Proudmoore's exodus to Kalimdor where he enlisted into the Thorble Cavalry in hopes of defending his new home, Theramore, from the fate that fell upon Stratholme.

During the Burning Legion's invasion of Kalimdor. Aden's skill in combat was unsurpassed for someone so young. His peers nicknamed him 'The Demonslayer' for his unsurpassed skill, bravery and valor in the face of blood thirsty demons hell-bent on the eradication of all life on Azeroth. After the Battle of Mount Hyjal, he walked away with many medals and ribbons, as well as scars both physical and mental. He was one of the youngest child soldiers to survive Third War.

It wasn't until years later, during the tenuous peace between the humans and the orcs, that Aden's military career and reputation in the Theramore Marines began to fall apart. He blamed the destruction of Lorderon on the arrogance of the monarchy and the House of Nobles, believing that if the warnings of the incoming plague and the Scourge had not of fallen on deaf, arrogant ears, the war could of been avoided. There were many who agreed with Aden and when news of Theramore joining the Alliance began to circulate, they protested the decision vehemently. The protest, lead by Aden himself, quickly turned into a full-scale mutiny leaving several people dead in it's wake. Aden was arrested, charged with three counts of murder and treason, and sentenced to death.

During his time in the Stockades, he was approached by Mathias Shaw, leader of SI:7. (Under construction.)