Chardon was a duplicitous man, who did little to assuage Luther’s fears that he was far more concerned with advancing his own career than protecting the lives of those in his charge. What annoyed Luther the most was that although he viewed Chardon as little more than an annoying bureaucrat, he was also forced to concede that Chardon was dammed good at his job. – Fallen Heroes
Chardon took over as Director of TORCH when its previous and most decorated leader William Anderson was assassinated. A shrewd and cunning agent in his own rights Chardon gives the air of being little more than a paper pusher but those who made that mistake have usually found it to be their last.