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Basic Information
Gender
Male
Age
 ?
Birthplace
 ?
Nationality

Hispanic

Height
 ?
Weight

?

Eye Color

Black

Hair Color

Brown

Personal Status
Status

Dead

Date of Death

August 24th, 1999

Killed by

Gabriel Logan

Death

Killed in a firefight

Organization(s)
Affiliation(s)

Black Baton

Misc. Information
Appears in

Syphon Filter
Syphon Filter 2
Syphon Filter 3

Weapons

.45

Voice actor(s)

Joel F. Martinez


Jorge Luis Marcos is a character in Syphon Filter. He is a member of the Black Baton, acting as the Triggerman for Erich Rhoemer as a backup plan to the Washington D.C. Attack. He works directly for Anton Girdeux, during the Park Operation.

Marcos is initially unknown until Gabriel Logan reaches the Communications Array, where he is able to figure out the identity of the triggerman. He is also apparently "ghosting" the radio frequency, thus making it difficult for The Agency to pinpoint Anton Girdeux's location.

According to some sources, it's said that Erich Rhoemer was going to kill Jorge himself provided that Gabe hadn't beaten him to the punch... it is unclear for what reasons, but apparently Jorge was "displeasing" in a sense to Rhoemer's eyes.[1]

Physical AppearanceEdit

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Jorge is a young Spanish man appearing to be in his late 20's to early 30's with mid-length wavy brown hair and dark brown eyes. He wears a tan sweater over a black shirt and black gloves, featured with black pants and combat boots. Around his waste he has a silver belt likely for ammo and a similar attachement on his left leg high up on the thigh.

He is also equipped with a Flak Jacket under his uniform and a .45.


Plot
Edit

Syphon FilterEdit

Jorge is first mentioned by Gabe when he dismantles the communications equipment atop of a particular art structure located in the Washington Park. By doing this, Marcos is cut off from contact with Girdeux and reinforcements...thus leaving him with very few underlings and basically alone. It's revealed to Gabe that he's the triggerman and it becomes one of his active objectives to eliminate Marcos. It's not until Gabe reaches the hedge maze and deals with a few underlings, Jorge reveals himself by fire-and-run tactics. This said, he retreats while firing off his .45 until he can find cover deep within the maze. It is his hope, based on his cowardish actions, that his other underlings will deal with Gabe but it's this underestimation that leads to his death.

DeathEdit

Gabriel locates Marcos, whom upon noticing Gabe fires away frantically but with surprising accuracry. Gabe returns fire by shooting a bullet into Marcos' skull, killing the Triggerman and completing his objective. Upon his death, it's revealed that he was ghosting the frequency that would pinpoint Girdeux's location...which was revealed to be inside the Freedom Memorial

Syphon Filter 2 and Syphon Filter 3Edit

Along with various other characters from the first Syphon Filter game, he is included as a playable character in the second installment's multiplayer mode. In order to become playable, the player must first complete the C-130 Crash Site level in less than three minutes. This also unlocks Anton Girdeux, Jonathan Phagan, Vadislav Gabrek, Erich Rhoemer, and the Evil Scientist.

Description Edit

Marcos was a member of the Black Baton terrorist organization tasked with carrying a trigger for Erich Rhoemer's viral bombs on an attack of Washington, D.C. Believed to be a recruit brought in through Rhoemer's network of criminal associations that spread into South America and Europe, Marcos was one of several foreign terrorist figures that were complicit in the operation.

Rhoemer trusted Marcos with the responsibility of detonating the bombs of Syphon Filter should the terrorists lose ground to police forces. Agency operative Gabriel Logan reached the Washington Park where Marcos hid and monitored radio frequencies. Logan used the same uplink dish to identify Marcos, who became fearful of triggering the bombs and attempted to fight. Logan cornered Marcos inside a hedge maze to eliminate him and proceed to Anton Girdeux. Speculation reveals that even if Gabe had not killed Marcos, Rhoemer would have eliminated him anyway due to his cowardly attitude.

Personality and traits Edit

Cowardly and frightened of combat for whatever reason, Marcos was one who ran from confrontations instead of facing them head-on. This behaviour was possibly something Rhoemer hated, and he endeavoured to take Marcos' life even if Gabe himself failed to do so.

EquipmentEdit

Flak Jacket

Jorge comes equipped with a standard-issue Flak Jacket like most distinguishable members of Rhoemer's group. Just as any other jacket, it can be penetrated after extended fire and thus will eventually wound Jorge.

.45

The weapon is first introduced earlier in this mission, but doesn't really set him apart from the standard weapon-set for the rest of the terrorists. He fires it in urgency as compared to his fellow terrorists, running away instead of forcing himself into combat and has an above average accuracy using the weapon against Gabe.

TriviaEdit

  • Marcos is somewhat of a surprise character, he's not mentioned during the initial debriefing by Edward Benton as opposed to Rhoemer, Aramov, Girdeux and even Kravitch.
  • He appears in the Multiplayer for Syphon Filter 2 and Syphon Filter 3.
    • His appearance differs slightly from the first game, with his face being less round and his eyes standing out more.

References Edit

  1. Syphon Filter 3 multiplayer level.
Main Characters Dillon Morgan  · Elsa Weissinger  · Gabriel Logan  · Jason Chance  · Lawrence Mujari  · Lian Xing  · Lyle Stevens  · Mara Aramov  · Steven Archer  · Teresa Lipan  · Thomas Holman  · Thomas Markinson  · Uri Gregorov
Minor Characters Carter  · Colorado Bridge Bombing Commander  · Davies  · Derek Falkan  · Dobson  · Eschelman  · Ferguson  · Gershon  · Imposter Gregorov  · John Ramirez  · Jonathan Phagan  · Kowalski  · Mr. Cochran  · Shi-Hao  · Thompson  · Unnamed Airman  · Unnamed Doctor  · Vince Hadden  · Vladimir Nedobryi
Missions Colorado Mountains  · McKenzie Airbase Interior  · Colorado Interestate 70  · I-70 Mountain Bridge  · McKenzie Airbase Exterior  · Colorado Train Ride  · Colorado Train Race  · C-130 Wreck Site  · Pharcom Expo Center  · Morgan  · Moscow Club 32  · Moscow Streets  · Volkov Park  · Gregorov  · Aljir Prison Break-In  · Aljir Prison Escape  · Agency Bio-Lab  · Agency Bio-Lab Escape  · New York Slums  · New York Sewer  · Finale
Locations Club 32  · McKenzie Airbase  · Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Terrorists Spooks  · Unit one
Multiplayer Abandoned Bank  · Catacombs  · Kazakhstan Warehouses  · New York Garage  · New York Slums  · Park Hedge Maze  · Park Jungle Gym  · Pharcom Expo Center (multiplayer)  · Rooftops (multiplayer)  · Small Village (multiplayer)
Weaponry .45  · 9mm  · 12 Gauge  · Air Taser  · BIZ-2  · C-4 Explosive  · Combat Knife  · Crossbow  · G-18  · H11  · Hand Taser  · HK-5  · Incendiary Grenade  · K3G4 Assault Rifle  · M-16  · M-79  · Nerve Gas Grenade  · Nightvision Rifle  · PK-102  · Sniper Rifle  · Tear Gas Launcher  · The Flame-Thrower  · UAS-12  ·
Gadgets Binoculars  · Camera Scrambler  · Cellular Modem  · Flak Jacket  · Flashlight  · Nightvision Goggles  · Transponder Locator
Vehicles C-130 Hercules  · F-22 Raptor
Conflicts Search for Data Discs  · Escape from Mackenzie Air Force Base  · Second Investigation of PHARCOM  · Meeting with Uri Gregorav imposter  · Rescue of Uri Gregorav  · Search for Syphon Filter antidote  · Escape from New York City
Main Characters Gabriel Logan  · Lawrence Mujari  · Lian Xing  · Mara Aramov  · Teresa Lipan
Minor Characters Alima Haddad  · Andre Proust  · Elsa Weissinger  · Gary Stoneman  · Gina Hunter  · Imani Gray  ·Jean Fournier  · Maggie Powers  · Mikhail Pulikovsky  · Mikhas Ivankhov  · Oleg Petrenko  · Rodion Ushakov  · Soren Masson  · Vladik Savin  · Vladimir Zhidkov  · William Crusher  · Yegor Leonov  · Yuschenko
Missions IPCA European Command: Training Centre  · Carthage, Michigan: Quarantine Zone  · Carthage, Michigan: Warehouse District  · Carthage, Michigan: Carthage Mall  · Pescara, Italy: St Cetteo's Square  · Mazyr, Belarus: Krivorozhstal Mill  · Mazyr, Belarus: Belaya Vezha  · Tash, Kumyr, Kyrgysztan: Saydahmat's Village  · Sana'a, Yemen: Arms Bazaar  · Sana'a, Yemen: Taherir Palace  · Minsk, Belarus: International University  · Samaschki, Chechnya: Ivankov's Home  · North Atlantic: Lorelei Salvage Rig  · Tokyo, Japan: Murukawa Tower  · Taguang, Myanmar, Irawaddy Basin  · Zurich, Switzerland: Niculescu Funds Tower  · Budva, Montenegro: Niculescu's Villa Estate  · Kiev, Ukraine: Chechen Terrorist Base
Organizations IPCA
Weaponry Beta Weapons  · C11  · China Type 56  · Combat shotgun  · FAL  · FAMAS  · G 33E  · GAWS 12 gauge  · K-BAR  · M1 Super 90  · Riot shotgun  · Shot Defender  · ShotHammer  · Silenced . 44  · Slug Defender  · SlugHammer  · SPA-12 shotgun  · SPA-15 shotgun  · Stava M70 B1  · SSG 550  · Sweeper 12 gauge
Conflicts ALA Assault on Carthage  · Assassination of Dimitri  · Sabotage of CDP Operations  · Transaction on Kyrgysztan  · Assault on Yemen  · Raid on Jandran's Labs  · Investigation of Chechen Genocide  · Second Destruction of the SS Lorelei  · Assault on Murukawa Industries  · Recovery of Imani Grey  · Raid on Meta Global Headquarters  · Raid on Niculescu's Estate  · Showdown with the CDP  · Assassination of Mara Aramov and Elsa Weissenger

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