Alice McCarthy Madison in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (PlayStation 2).
|Full name||Alice McCarthy Madison|
|Known aliases||Alison Madison|
|Born||August 29, 1968|
|Died||Between 5 to 11 October 2004 (aged 36)|
|Occupation||CIA Special Agent|
|Affiliations||Central Intelligence Agency|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series information|
|Appearances||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell|
- Main article: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
Version 1 (Xbox/PC) Edit
Alice Madison was transferred to Georgia in May 2002 on a CIA assignment to monitor the Georgian government. It wasn't until two months later (July) that she secures an administrative position in Chokheli's office (the Georgian Ministry of Defence).
In May 2004, a "donation" in Kombayn Nikoladze's campaign secures her a role in T'Bilisi's safehouse, securing a role in president Nikoladze's cabinet after his coup d'état. In September, she reports to the CIA of "suspicious data traffic" between Nikoladze's deputies. A day later she sends Nikoladze's encrypted files for NSA analysis, but her request was unprocessed.
On the 3rd and 4 October 2004, she misses her daily reports to Langley (CIA headquarters). Her sub-dermal implants record that her movement is reduced to less than 28 metres per day - until the 5th, when the subdermals go offline.
On the 7th, Agent Robert Blaustein was sent in to find her, but disappeared soon after.
On 16 October, newly recruited Splinter Cell Sam Fisher finds Madison's corpse lying next to Blaustein's corpse, both in the morgue of a T'Bilisi police station. Evidently, both agents were shot to death. After her death, Vyacheslav Grinko had taken her removed sub-dermal implants on his way to the Georgian Ministry of Defense.
Version 2 (PlayStation 2/GameCube) Edit
In October 2004, Madison and Robert Blaustein infiltrate a secret Georgian military compound and discover it to be filled with a secret mass army, presumably gathered for an impending invasion. However, they are detected and forced to escape, but are stopped by two armed helicopters, and are quickly captured.
Transferred to Georgia
Secures administrative position in Georgian Secretary of Defense Chokheli's office.
"Donation" to Nikoladze's campaign secures employment in T'Bilisi statehouse.
Report of "suspicious data traffic" between Nikoladze's deputies.
Paperwork submitted for the transferral of Nikoladze's encrypted files to NSA analysts. [Request as yet unprocessed]
Missed daily report to Langley.
Missed daily report to Langley.
CIA-implanted tracking subdermal motion is reduced to less than 20 metres per day.
Subdermal microchips go offline.
Status request made of contact Thomas Gurgenidze [ref: S.A. Tanahill]
Negative report from Gurgenidze
- In the manuals for both versions of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, Madison and Blaustein are said to have gone missing May 10, 2004.
- In Version 1, Madison went missing between October 3–5 (believed to have gone missing specifically on the 3rd) and Blaustein went missing on October 7.
- In Version 2 both went missing in October on the same date.
- In both versions of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, her corpse is seen in the morgue of the 4th T'Bilisi Precinct Police Station, with blood on her chest area and her scalp cut open. This is because her subdermal microchips have been removed. The blood on her chest could be from a gunshot wound as well.