When reading through the Corpus Tenets, one of them stood out to me:
Charity is power. More charity is more power.
This line is not only exactly completely counterintuitive to the Corpus as we know them now, but also is a concept the Orokin themselves would definitely disapprove of.
Given how Parvos was able to amass such a large amount of wealth from such humble beginnings, and with him forming the Corpus, there was no way the Orokin wouldn't have noticed him as a potential threat. And with Parvos giving more normal people potential means to amass wealth and therefore power, the Orokin weren't happy. Not that Parvos didn't intentionally bait a Warframe strike team against one of his research sites, mind you. So there was definitely tension between the Orokin and the Corpus.
But if the Orokin wanted to remove Parvos, they definitely couldn't do so in an overt manner or else the Corpus would certainly rally against them. So the Orokin hatched a plan to not only remove Parvos, but to destabilize the Corpus as a whole.
But first, the Orokin needed to try and create plausible deniability of any conflict between them and Parvos. Part of this was having a Protea warframe assigned as Parvos's bodyguard, who could also potentially double as a spy if necessary. Protea's kit makes her perfectly suited for being a double-agent. Her primary and secondary abilities work very well for offense and defense, something a bodyguard would need. Her dispensary, furthermore, gives her full access to anything she'd need to keep functioning even if trapped against enemies. And finally, Protea's time manipulation abilities give her ways to always appear like she's doing her job perfectly, should she make a mistake in any way. After all, Protea's name is a shortening of "protean," which means "tending or able to change frequently or easily." And while this could certainly apply to her powers, it also certainly could apply to her allegiance.
And a further bit of evidence as to why this Protea wasn't fully a gift of goodwill from the Orokin to the Corpus, Parvos wasn't given a Protea Prime. Just a normal Protea. Because the Orokin didn't even see Parvos Granum as being worthy of a gilded war machine. He was given something a little more…disposable.
It may have seemed like Protea had ultimately saved Parvos, but I believe that Protea was the true saboteur of the ship. As Tenno, we ought know the results of errant void translations. But the idea of a Warframe with time-altering powers essentially capturing Parvos in a time prison? That seems more than likely. With Parvos locked away in the Granum Void, there was no body to find, no wreckage to search through, barely any evidence of any kind. In short, the perfect "murder."
Meanwhile, the Orokin used rumors of dissent among the Corpus Board as a means to raise suspicion amongst one another. Now they had suspicion of a traitor in their midst. The voice of any goodwill had disappeared, and all that was left of the Corpus was greed and the power of money. Fighting amongst themselves, the Corpus were no longer the potential threat to the Orokin.
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