“Salvation comes with a cost. Judge us not by our methods, but by what we seek to accomplish.”
They say he’s the personification of duality; the best and worst of humanity all rolled into one man. But we do remember the story of his civilian past, his rise to the top and the unthinkable bloodshed that took to get him there. The stories are all there, lodged somewhere in his dying conscience.
He sits on his stainless-steel throne, wearing his understandably dapper regalia and seeming to be lost in thought. Perhaps he is conniving an assassination to keep his pawn Charles Saracino in power. Or maybe making mental notes of how Cerberus can continue its ascension and with it, all of humanity too. Whatever the thought may be, his glazed expression keeps one wondering.
This resin sculpture captures the likeliness of The Illusive Man, eerie in every way. His close-cropped silvery grey hair, his clean shaved jawline, and uncanny blue eyes are all recreated.
So, join him and his splinter group (he’d call it an elite paramilitary organization) to fight for your right place at the top of the galactic food chain. Or you can leave sociopathic, narcissistic warfare to Cerberus and just admire the perfection of this statue. There are no wrong choices here.