If we're allowed to do more than one scenario...
The next character loses everything that they had, if they had nothing to begin with they gain everything that they ever wanted.
I guess that depends on whether you think Sorgo has "nothing".
He spent almost his whole life under the control of the Protectorate, subject to their inhuman practices of slavery, brainwashing, etc. He wasn't allowed to have (many) material possessions, a significant other, a family or anything that humans would consider to be "something" worth having.
However, he was recently freed from all that. Despite still NOT having many of those things, it would no doubt suck majorly to return to his former state... At least until the brainwashing kicked back in. Then it'd be as if nothing ever changed.
Your character discovers that he/she has the ability to stop time.
In my universe, this is feasible. However, Sorgo gaining this ability would put him on equal footing with the villain/s of the story, who are (potential) Dimension Lords
, and make him a valuable and hotly sought-after resource to all factions in the story. The rebels would venerate him, treat him as an all-important general figure; the Protectorate would want to duplicate him or, failing that, exploit him as much as possible; and the Kizerists would want to destroy him or convince him to join them. Sorgo would instinctively come down on the rebels' side, but would be tempted by offers to join the Kizerists. The Peacekeeper, being of a more logical mind, might actually encourage him to allow himself to be exploited by the Protectorate, enabling them to replicate his time-manipulating abilities and sacrificing himself for the good of all. It would mean the destruction of the rebels, but at least the universe/multiverse would SURVIVE, and that the Peacekeeper considers a worthier goal than the perpetuation of his own agenda.
Your character's mind is transplanted into the body of a three-year-old.
Well, Cel are tank-grown and accelerated to maturity while in vitro. Thus, a "three-year-old" Cel is still an adult. However, there is likely to be gender-bending. Sorgo's feelings towards this may be disorientation, followed by a measure of happiness or relief. All Cel are born female and turning male represents a sudden and traumatic change in the lives of Cel men. While Cel men are treated favourably by the Protectorate, getting specialist jobs that are denied to women, the fact remains that all Cel are born and bred for combat, and the military is all-female. It's a rare Cel man that wouldn't at least be tempted by the offer to turn back to female and be allowed to have the job he was meant for.
Your character is given the chance to become an animal of their choice for a day. Which animal do they choose and why? Or do they decline the offer—and why?
You need an adult.