Steve Coops




  • Greylex (closest human language translation)

CLEA Classification:

  • Alien – Member of the Eoupun race

Special Skills and/or Abilities:

  • Greylex has a lot of different advanced tech at her disposal which are hard to defeat


  • Avoids actual conflict and not a skilled fighter

Rap Sheet/Criminal Traits:

  • Smuggling


Greylex is a Eopun, a race very closely related to the Eopua but about a millennia behind in development to the protectors of our galaxy. Having more primitive drives puts the Eopun in the same league as most other races. They therefore have desires and goals as individuals rather than advanced races which act in unison.

Whilst the Eopun have established links with other races and learned to trade they generally keep to themselves as a people. Greylex though is more outgoing and discovered a natural skill for bargaining and making money.     Whilst  keeping her main  “cargo” on a large freighter she also uses a smaller faster transport ship that allows her to get in and out of places fast. This has allowed her to make a living as a smuggler, priding herself on the fact that she can get practically anything to anyone.

For illegal tradings he is one of the most wanted felons on Galaxy Force’s list. Because she does not care what she sells she has also made enemies of many other races and that includes the Eopua after “interfering” with the people of Earth.

Even in the galaxy word tends to get around and Greylex learned that there was a sub group of humans on Earth known as Citadel that wanted to get their hands on alien tech. They had become noticed in the intergalactic community due to the fact they frequently “baited” passing ships in order to capture their occupants and tech.

Since several races outside Eopua controlled space still used slaves and would pay handsomely for them, Greylex saw an opportunity to gain human captives in return for giving Citadel what she thought was inferior alien technology. She was surprised that Citadel would agree to her terms as whilst she knew humans were primitive she did not believe they would so easily sell their own kind, literally.

Often Greylex received Citadel’s “failed” test subjects but that did not matter. The bipeds could still work and therefore were worth a lot of money. Though in the beginning CLEA could do very little about Greylex, the only saving grace was the fact that groups such as Vanguard and Galaxy Force hassled her which meant her visits to Earth were infrequent.