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Appearance[edit | edit source]
She is a thin-faced woman with a crisp, but unplaceable accent.
History[edit | edit source]
When Fred Johnson dies in Babylon's Ashes, Drummer becomes the acting head of Tycho Station and its people. Styling herself after Fred Johnson, Drummer maintains a close relationship with Holden.
Drummer becomes the fifth president of the Transport Union. She contracts James Holden and the Rocinante crew to head to the Freehold system to impose punitive action after their repeated violations of the transportation guidelines for the Ring gates.
When the Laconian Empire gets in charge of the Transport Union, their headquarters are moved to the capital of Laconia and Drummer moved there as well.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- At the time of Nemesis Games, Fred Johnson says he has been working directly with her for 3 years and knew about her 10 years before that.
- Drummer's first name, Camina, is first mentioned in Book #7 Persepolis Rising by Saba. Chrisjen Avasarala also uses her first name in that novel.
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