Chief officer of the Chekist,[1b] Vladimir Pashenko speaks fluent Reikspiel, without even a hint of an accent. When not wearing a fully enclosed helm of black iron with a feathered crest, he is depicted as a man with long hair, pulled back in a long scalp lock. His moustache is clipped short on his upper lip, and his eyes are dark as coal, expressionless, and he stands with the bearing of a warrior. Like his fellow Chekist he wields a bronze-tipped cudgel, flintlocks, and wears black with a lacquered leather breast-plate. He also carries a notebook, as seen when he first questioned Ambassador von Velten about the murder of the Boyarin Kovovich.[1a]


  • 1: The Ambassador (novel) by Graham McNeill
    • 1a: Chapter 3
    • 1b: Chapter 9

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