Full Name: Roman Gray
Date of Birth: 09/15/1937
Faction: Warsaw Pact
Blood Type: O+
First Language: English
Service: Ex-MI6, Perseus
At age 18, Roman “Knight” Gray enlisted in the Army, which was the start of a long and violent military career. Five years later, he was deployed to the Congo as part of the UNOC (United Nations Operation in the Congo) peacekeeping force. Wounded during the Siege of Jadotville, Gray was held as a POW for a month. Upon his return, he was promoted to sáirsint (sergeant), a bright beginning to a soon tarnished reputation.
The following year, Gray was demoted to ceannaire (corporal) following the violent disciplining of a subordinate, and the year after that, was dishonorably discharged for starting a fight with a superior officer.
In 1965, Gray was recruited by MI6. Fragments of poorly redacted CIA documents suggest he may have been involved in several extrajudicial killings of high-ranking members of foreign intelligence agencies. Later it was discovered that Gray was responsible for the wet-works training of an MI6 operative captured during a failed assassination attempt against Soviet leadership.
His MI6 career was terminated in 1980, when Gray was dismissed from service due to “conduct unbecoming” during SIS/MI6 operations carried out in Afghanistan while supporting mujahideen operations against occupying Soviet forces.
His career in shambles, Knight turned to Perseus. Given free rein to exact his vengeance on everything NATO, he gleefully enlisted.