Xolga: Letís get out of here. Mr.Toko: Um, to where though? Xolga: I donít know. Take us to any world, any place, any time period. I bet that there are still a lot of worlds out there that we havenít seen . . . And weíre still on an adventure, right? Mr.Toko:. . . Yeah!
A series of games by Pacthesis.Xolga was spending a normal day in work when suddenly, the Agency gives him an assistant, a kid named Mr. Toko. Later they were sent to retrieve a pendant, which is actually an Artifact of Doom that turns Xolga into a stuffed bear and Mr.Toko as a flying egg. Desperate to turn back into humans, they go into an adventure and cross dimensions in chase of the pendant.Now has the sequel.Character sheet is here.
Break the Cutie: Mr.Toko. Not only does he forget his memories for more than half of the series, but after he finally remembers everything, he believes that he wasn't meant to have friends because the friends he did have died; One he witnessed being killed, and one who died to keep Mr.Toko alive.
Disappeared Dad: Xolga's old man left when he was little in order to 'follow his dreams', but comes back in the penultimate episode of season one in order to support his wife when it seems that Xolga has been missing for two years.
Never a Self-Made Woman: If Travers's word is any indication, the mayor apparently only got her job because of her husband.
Never the Selves Shall Meet: Averted. Xolga meets his future self in the seventh episode of series one, who gives him a shortcut to finding the locket rather than letting them go through as many universes as he had to. In the last episode of series two, the past-meeting-future and the future-meeting-past variants are both used in quick succession due to Xolga setting up a Stable Time Loop.
Once More with Clarity: The context of the quotes that pop up at the beginning of each episode are usually shown at the end of their respective series: those from the first series are from the speech that pendant gives Xolga, while those from the second are Mr.Toko's thoughts while in hospital. Also, the scene where Xolga is shot at in the very first episode is revisited at the last episode of series two, where it is revealed that the shooter is actually a future Xolga, who is trying to distract a future Mr.Toko from attempting to Set Right What Once Went Wrong.
One-Gender Race: The Dreamboat Kingdom from the sequel series is so manly that everyone is born a man, and they have to chose which gender they associate with. 'Men' look extremely Macho Camp, while 'women' are girly Bishōnen.
Mr Toko's 'ant brothers' also pop up in both series.
Kai hugging Teddy!Xolga, and promptly getting a Megaton Punch for his troubles.
Shoot the Shaggy Dog: The first series has a lot of these. First we have episode four, when despite the duo's efforts to prove him innocent, Ferris is found guilty of murder and imprisoned. Next we have episode six, that has Mr.Toko's friend Austin getting shot right after they both escape from the Organisation. Finally, the entire series seems to be one for Xolga after the pendant tells him that their human bodies have been 'eaten' by it and they're stuck in their current forms forever.
Set Right What Once Went Wrong: At the end of series two, Mr.Toko goes back into the past in order to prevent himself from finding the locket and traveling with Xolga. However this proves to be in vain, as the Xolga from the altered timeline decides to pull one of his own in order to prevent this and get everything back to normal.