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Mitchell Avellar

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Mitchell Avellar at age 41
Mitchell Avellar
Born 3035[1]
Affiliation House Avellar
Profession/
occupation
President
Parents Neil Avellar (father)
Rebecca DeSanders (mother)
Siblings Camillo Avellar
Patrice Avellar

Mitchell Avellar (born 3035[2] - died 3???) was the President of the Outworlds Alliance from 3056.[3] He was the first child of President Neil Avellar and his wife Rebecca DeSanders.[4]


HistoryEdit

Mitchell Avellar was influential in negotiating an extensive investment partnership with the Draconis Combine, in order to support his Long Road economic program.[5]

In September 3069 Mitchell found himself facing an internal political crisis within the Outworlds Alliance; a combined operation between Clan Snow Raven and Alliance Military Corps had resulted in a week-long siege of the planet Dante following reports indicating that local terrorists operating from the planet were linked to the Word of Blake. However, the heavy-handed nature of a military siege inflamed secessionist feelings on a number of planets within the Alliance, including Raldamax and the province capital of Baliggora.[6]

Titles and PositionsEdit

Preceded by
Neil Avellar
President of the Outworlds Alliance
3056 – ???



Succeeded by
unknown

Portrait GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 20 Year Update p. 76
  2. Masters and Minions: The StarCorps Dossiers, p. 159, "Mitchell Avellar Profile"
  3. Handbook: Major Periphery States, p. 60
  4. Handbook: Major Periphery States, p. 48-49
  5. Masters and Minions: The StarCorps Dossiers, p. 163, "Lushann Industrials Limited"
  6. Jihad: Final Reckoning, p. 47, "The Jihad In Review"

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