Ariel Ben-Haim

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Name Ariel Ben-Haim Aliases
Branch Navy Rank Seaman
Gender Male Race/Eth. Israeli
Birthdate November 19, 2092 Age 29
Height 5'10" Build 190
Eyes Hazel Hair Brown
Residence Manchester, England
Position Pilot
Parents Haim (d.) and Miriam Siblings Solomon (d.), Lirit, Gilah, Nachum
Marital Status Single Children None
First Seen Last Seen
Service Record Ben-Haim was recruited by the military after the Genesis' simulators came online. He was a civilian pilot at the time, working for an aeronautics design firm in England. Along with exposure to small and large earthbound craft he had gained the distinction of being one of a relative handful of people with spaceflight experience, piloting civilian crafts back and forth to Mars. News of the Givers didn't inspire in Ben-Haim the same raw hope that it seemed to for so many; he could never explain it and rarely vocalized it, but the project made him extremely suspicious.

When the military showed up it took quite a lot of convincing, though exactly what what offered he rarely talks about. While he was always quietly humble about his piloting, his mistrust of the Givers' salvation leaked its way into his demeanor when he wasn't careful, leading to several "talks" about his attitude. It was his skill that would both make him and break him, his quick familiarity with Genesis systems vaulting him easily to their best and most versatile pilot on the project. Meanwhile he counted down the days until he could get the hell away from the entire thing.

His discharge orders were on the table six months before the Genesis was due to leave. But something abrupt happened behind closed doors, and he walked back out not only still enlisted, but assigned to fly the twenty-year mission. And for some reason the ship's best pilot — a second tour soldier — was very pointedly snubbed for promotion, making many suspect there's a little more to the story.

Ariel Ben-Haim

portrayed by
Peter Sarsgaard

Table of Contents




Title OOC Date IC Date Quick Description
*Prelude: Not With A Bang April 3, 2011 November 18, 2122 The launch of the EAV Genesis is being filmed live by a WNN film crew and is attended by the Secretary of the Navy, Richard Mansfield. Nothing ever goes as planned, however…
*Episode 1-1: Revelation April 4, 2011 January 9, 2128 Six years into a presumed 10 year voyage, critical members of the Genesis crew are awakened to respond to a discovery made by the ship's scanners.
*Episode 1-3: To Infinity & Beyond April 23, 2011 February 6, 2128 Testing of the black hole communications relay commences, giving the crew of the EAV Genesis its first look at what lies beyond the wormhole. The ship follows, crossing over 500 billion light years in the blink of an eye. There, on the far side of the Corona Borealis Supercluster, the ship finds itself on the heels of a 5 ship fleet of Devourers caught in a mortal engagement with a pair of Parasite ships.
*Episode 1-4: The Price of Peace April 28, 2011 February 7, 2128 The human peace delegation goes aboard the alien flagship. Terms are discussed; questions are asked; a trade is brokered.

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