Yoshi Troy was one of the inmates in the Fiorina “Fury” 161 Class C Work Correctional Unit and stayed on after Weyland-Yutani had closed the prison down.
Troy was killed by the Xenomorph when the prisoners were using themselves as bait to lure the Xenomorph into the lead mold. Troy appears in 1992’s Alien 3 and is played by Paul Brennen.
Before coming to Fiorina 161, Troy was an engineer. When he found out his wife was having an affair with his boss, he tortured and murdered both of them. He was sentenced to 25 years.
Due to his experience in engineering, Troy was frequently asked to fix any broken equipment in the prison.
Ripley’s Arrival on Fiorina 161
An EEV, ejected from the USS Sulaco, carrying Ellen Ripley, Corporal Hicks, Newt and Bishop the android crashed onto Fiorina 161 in 2179. There was just one survivor – Ellen Ripley.
During Hicks and Newt’s funeral, Troy operated the furnace controls. Later when Murphy was killed by a ventilation fan, he was called to fix it.
After Superintendent Andrews was killed, the prisoners came up with a plan to use quinitricetyline to lure the Xenomorph into the toxic waste disposal unit. Arthur and Troy collected batteries for the prisoners’ torches. The chemical is ignited too early which results in a chain reaction of fire and explosions. The fire forces the Xenomorph out of the vents.
Troy warns Junior about the Xenomorph. As survivors including Troy are cornered, Junior gets its attention and lures it to the toxic waste unit.
After the creature escapes, Ripley and Dillon then convince the remaining prisoners to use themselves as bait to lure the Xenomorph into the lead mold. Many prisoners are killed in their attempts to lure the beast to the chamber.
Dillon orders Troy to go in there and help the remaining prisoners. After slowly moving through a corridor, Troy came face to face with the beast. Troy screamed and was killed by the Xenomorph.
Personality and Traits
Troy was frequently called upon to repair things in the prison due to his engineering experience.
Alien 3 Novelization (1992 Novel)
In the Alien 3 novelization by Alan Dean Foster, Troy appears as in the film. The novelization mostly follows the same path as the Alien 3 Assembly Cut. In the film, Arthur and Troy are sent to search for batteries while in the book, they are searching for light bulbs for the torches. When Troy is killed, Dillon later discovers his body.
Alien 3 Comic (1992 Comic)
The Alien 3 Comic is a mixture of the theatrical and assembly cut with some new additions.