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Kyle Cord




early 30s








Sergeant Cord




Don "Major Deej" Finger

25 Apr 2015






Sergeant Kyle Cord was a member of the Detroit Police Department (DPD) Special Response Team (SRT) team for over 10 years.  In that time, Sergeant Cord received numerous citations and awards for his tactics, professionalism, bravery and team leadership.  He was involved in over 300 non-training sorties and had amassed a kill count of over 100, with a wounding count of over 370.  As a dedicated Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) assault team leader, he was respected by his fellow officers and many in the community for his off-hours volunteer work with disabled children.  All of that changed several years ago.

Several years ago, the DPD was informed of an old abandoned manufacturing building where strange lights and noises were heard from.  The DPD sent a squad car to investigate, where upon entering the building, they were assaulted by a band of CANIS troops that had set up shop there.  Before long, the DPD had the location surrounded and the DPD ’s SRT was sent in.  Although everything was done right and by the book, the SRT was gunned down in mere minutes.


One of those left alive was Sergeant Cord.


As he laid dying on the floor of the abandoned plant, a man in a suit and five CANIS troops walked up to him and said, “he’ll do”, knocked him out and hauled him away.  After a three hour stand-off, the DPD, CANIS escaped via one of the dilapidated tunnels that was part of Detroit’s old abandoned subway system from 1954.

Sergeant Cord, along with over a dozen other wounded/near-dead SRT and DPD officers had been taken by CANIS through to the abandoned subway tunnels and escaped out to Lake Sinclair.  Sergeant Cord and his fellow abductees were then taken across the lake to the swampy areas of Goose Lake near Ontario, Canada’s Dover Centre. There, CANIS had built a secret lab in the marshy areas (from an old abandoned sawmill) where they’d set up a Cyborg and Nanotechnology Integration Site (also using the acronym, CANIS).  There, Sergeant Cord and his fellow law-enforcement abductees were treated for their wounds, while also having parts of their bodies removed and replaced with cybernetic-controlled mechanical parts.  Over 60% of the abductees died from the experimentation and grafting process; Sergeant Cord was one of the few that survived the process.  He’d had both legs replaced, his right arm, both ears, eyes and nose replaced, along with an organic Kevlar armor around his rib-cage area.  CANIS planned on using him and over a dozen others like him as part of a major heist of an experimental  weather-controlling device devised by the US Air Force’s (USAF) Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) located at the Selfridge Air National Guard (ANG) Base outside of Detroit, Michigan.

Sergeant Cord’s new cyborg body was controlled by miniature nanobots that were infused into Cord’s brain.  These nanobots would redirect Cord’s synaptic responses to what CANIS ordered, thus making Cord (as well as his fellow abducted officers-turned-cyborg) into a mind-controlled killing machine.

On the day of CANIS’ raid on the Selfridge ANG base, CANIS flew over a dozen stealth aircraft & helicopters, hundreds of CANIS troops, and the group of nanobot-controlled cyborgs into American airspace to steal the USAF’s weather control machine. During the raid, dozens of CANIS troops were shot and killed, as well as several of the dozen or so cyborgs.  Sergeant Cord, as a cyborg, was hit by rocket-propelled grenade (ironically from his own SRT division) which luckily destroyed the transmitter/receiver for the implanted nanobots in his head. Without incoming commands, the nanobots went to a ‘lockup’ mode, immobilizing the host cyborg’s body and counting down a self-destruct bomb on his suit.  Lying on the ground, immobile due to the ‘lockup’ mode, Sergeant Cord fought with every fiber of his being to override the lockup with his own thoughts.  With 10 seconds remaining on the self-destruct timer setting off the bomb attached to his body, Sergeant Cord not only overrode the nanobots lockup command, but fried all the nanobots in his body, thus giving him total control over his own body.  Cord was going to make CANIS pay for what they’d done to him…in spades.

Cord took a “SWAT” labeled bullet proof vest, a sniper rifle and an ammo/utility belt from a downed fellow SRT officer and commenced his assault on CANIS.  He plowed through the CANIS ranks killing the troops.  CANIS stealth aircraft attempted to shoot at him from the air, only for Cord to throw chunks of concrete into the air intakes of the planes, thus downing them.  He made his way to the weather control machine site, just as CANIS was lifting it out from its underground location via a cable attached to one of its own helicopter gunships.  Cord plowed through the remaining CANIS troops and jumped up onto the rising weather control machine, riding the now airborne machine with the helicopter. He climbed up the cable, trying to get up into the helicopter, all the while as three CANIS troops inside the helicopter shot down into Cord.  Taking damage as he ascended, he eventually lost his grip and fell back down into the lake hundreds of feet below - but not before he left the self-destruct bomb that had previously been strapped to, now, attached to the bottom of the helicopter pilot's seat. Just before Cord fell away from the helicopter, he armed the bomb to resume its countdown.


10 seconds later, the helicopter exploded in a massive ball of flame and destruction.  The experimental weather control machine fell from the helicopter, with both Sergeant Cord and the machine last seen plummeting into Lake Sinclair, miles from shore..and no sign of either immediately thereafter.

As rescue parties were searching for Sergeant Cord and the weather control machine (and possibly any survivors from the helicopter explosion), Sergeant Cord emerged from the waters of Lake Sinclair, dragging the damaged experimental weather-control machine to the shore.  He was immediately met with guns pointed at him, but after he explained who he was and what happened, he was instead transported to the hospital with a police escort.

En route to the hospital, Cord told the police everything, including the secret base at Goose Lake.  Within hours, US and Canadian forces converged on the secret site.  It had already been abandoned, however, dozens of additional cyborg parts were left behind. Amongst the equipment left behind, the bodies of the policemen that had died during the cyborg integration process were found as well.  All of those that died at CANIS' hand were given a proper hero’s funeral and ceremony.

At the hospital, the doctors there realized that removing any of Cord’s cyborg components would most likely kill him, thus the doctors called in several robotics engineers do what they could to fix his damaged cyborg systems instead. Months later, he was released from the hospital, a fully healed and operational cyborg in complete control of his own body.  When told that he’d be given a hero’s retirement upon his hospital discharge, he opted instead to stay with the SRT and continue to do his job.

For the next while, Sergeant Cord did his job beside his fellow SRTs performing with exceptional valor with his team again and again. Sadly though, it didn't take long before the police brass and some in the community decided they didn't like having a cyborg in their neighborhoods.  Not long after, the World Super-powered Registration Act (WSRA) went into effect, leaving Sergeant Cord without a job.

Shortly after the WSRA registration-related firing of Sergeant Cord, he was contacted by a woman known as Judge Law.  She mentioned that a new super-powered police force, called the Peacekeepers, was being formed and asked if he’d be interested, which of course, he was.  Within days, he was at the Peacekeepers base in the Dakotas. When he arrived there, he was met by several support members of his DPD SRT team. They requested to be assigned to Sergeant Cord as a 'support and back-up' detail, for which Judge Law would authorize, but only if Sergeant Cord desired them to be there. Cord agreed, and today, he has a team of 7 men and women that work for him as his own SWAT support unit with the Peacekeepers.

Today, Sergeant Cord, now known as “Code-11” by the media, continues his efforts with the Peacekeepers.  He works his support team hard, but as a result, they've earned the new team acronym of CESU - 'Code Eleven Support Unit', otherwise, tactically code-named "SaysWho".



Power Origin: Technology (Cyborg)

  • Cyborg Body

    • Both legs, right arm were replaced with amazing-level strength materials and systems

    • Both ears, both eyes and nose replaced with remarkable protection and enhanced capabilities (see below)

    • Bio-composite Kevlar armor around upper and lower torso provides:

    • good protection versus physical, toxic & toxin attacks

    • excellent protection versus electrical or energy attacks

    • remarkable protection versus thermal and radiation attacks 

    • Waterproof down to 400 feet depth

  • Enhanced Abilities (due to cyborg body)

    • Remarkable endurance as a cyborg.

    • Can lift almost a ton in weight.

    • Can run up to 45 mph max.

    • Can Leap over 250 yards.

    • Can hear up to 1 mile away with focused attenuation

    • Can see up to 5 miles away (again with focused attenuation) and with clear line of sight


  • Additional Protection

    •  Kevlar Vest & Helmet

      • Good physical, toxic & toxin protection

      • Good energy and electrical protection

      • Excellent temperate and radiation protection

      • Helmet:

        • Provides same protection as Kevlar Vest

        • Drop down visor for HUD display of tactical datalink feed from Peacekeepers servers (and his own CESU's servers)​

        • Night-vision/Polarized flash protection

        • Full Communications Suite with encrypted transceiver for all frequencies with satellite and alternate channeling

    • Uniform

      • Poor physical, toxic & toxin protection

      • Typical energy/electrical protection

      • Good temperate and radiation protection

  • Life Support System

    • On-board integrated oxygen supply that can last up to 4 hours (required external recharging once depleted).

  • Weapons/Field Equipment

    • Code-11 carries a wide yet heavy array of weapons, gadgets, explosives, cables/ropes, grenades, rifles, side arms and other SWAT-related equipment.

  • CESU Team ("Says You" Team)

    • Team consists of seven members at any time, based on skills and roles:

      • Weapons Specialist​

      • Cyborg Repair/Programming

      • Explosives Ordnance Disposal EOD)

      • Munitions Expert

      • Physical Trainer/Coach/Threat Assessment Officer

      • Interrogator/Profiler

      • Tactical Driver/Pilot/Drone Operator


  • SWAT (Master)

  • Law Enforcement (Professional)

  • Marksmanship (Professional)

  • Weapons Specialist (Professional)

  • Threat Assessment/Tactical Planner (Professional)

  • EOD (Professional)

  • Munitions (Professional)

  • Interrogator/Profiler (proficient)

  • Tactical Driver (proficient)

  • Pilot (proficient)

  • Drone Operations (proficient)

  • SCUBA Diving (proficient)

  • Volunteer organizations (professional)

  • Youth Clubs (Proficient)

  • Leadership (Professional)

  • Martial Arts: Slam/Stun (Professional)

  • Martial Arts: Fighting (Professional)

  • Martial Arts: Initiative (Proficient)

  • Hand-to-hand combat (Professional)

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