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Sequelibirum: Sheriff Jake Dallas <br/>
 
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Galaxy Tails: First Officer Presto <br/>
 
Galaxy Tails: First Officer Presto <br/>
The Metapocalypse: Cicero T'Squaii
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Meta-End: Little Danny O'Connor
  
  

Revision as of 19:25, 11 September 2019

Player: Chris Ode

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A true company man (at least on the surface), Thomas Wells has worked for the Program for some time. Twice a year he is sent in advance of metapod teams to scout for worlds with desirable abilities for harvest. He seems to have little concern for the broader motives of the program; when presented with an extended mission in a world of space princesses, he cheerfully accepted it as a vacation from his day job as a teacher. Thomas is also somehow involved with the disappearing children whom Tessa is searching for.

Thomas also has ties to Nick Krieger. He was his college roommate and got him killed in the metaverse when he pulled too much aggro.

Spoilers, Episode 32:

When the safe house came under attack from The Program, Thomas was inside a metapod. The pod became damaged and Thomas was presumably killed, but not before his mind fused with the metapod thus making him a ghost in the machine.


Spoilers, Episode 60:

Through interventions by TOM, Jenika, Rosie, Aquamarine, and The Holy Grail, Thomas has returned to his physical body. However, his mind still contains the knowledge that the Metaverse allowed him access to before.

Avatars:
Magical Space Princess Galaxy Force 5: Chadwick Junior, Magical Space Prince Esteban
Return to Fartherall: Snowball
Sequelibirum: Sheriff Jake Dallas
Galaxy Tails: First Officer Presto
The Metapocalypse: Cicero T'Squaii
Meta-End: Little Danny O'Connor


One More Chance by Paxamo

Need To Know by Paxamo

Affairs Of The Heart And The Metaverse by Paxamo

Dead Like Me by Orcrist

The Death Of Hubris by Paxamo