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* Chad James as Jodie

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* [[Characters/RoosterTeethOthers Chad James James]] as Jodie


** Julian's black hair contains a few small, light blue streaks in his hair, mostly on the left-hand side.
** Colonel Marin has steel-grey hair, but has white highlights coloured into the hair to give her hair a striped appearance.

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** Julian's black hair contains a few small, light blue streaks in his hair, streaks, mostly on the left-hand side.
** Colonel Marin has steel-grey hair, but has with white highlights coloured into the hair to that give her hair it a striped appearance.


** Cammie's rabbit-theme carries over to her Holon, which is given the callsign ''[[Advertising/TrixRabbit Trixx]]''.

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** Cammie's rabbit-theme rabbit theme carries over to her Holon, which is given the callsign ''[[Advertising/TrixRabbit Trixx]]''.


* EvolvingCredits: The opening sequence briefly flashes from Chase to [[spoiler:Chase's actual body]] before the "Created by" credit.That is, until Episode 6, where instead it's [[spoiler:a Chase clad in black and red, foreshadowing the reveal that Nemesis is equally powered by Chase's mind]]. And by season finale, [[spoiler:it is the eventual holographic form Nemesis has in the episode.]]

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* EvolvingCredits: The opening sequence briefly flashes from Chase to [[spoiler:Chase's actual body]] before the "Created by" credit. That is, until Episode 6, where instead it's [[spoiler:a Chase clad in black and red, foreshadowing the reveal that Nemesis is equally powered by Chase's mind]]. And by season finale, [[spoiler:it is the eventual holographic form Nemesis has in the episode.]]


As a summary puts it: On the losing side of a global culture war, an Experimental Science Unit is pushed to identify a team of young pilots who can control a variety of prototype, next-generation mecha—giant, robotic, weaponized bodies. The recruits will find, however, that their newfound abilities come at no small cost.

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As a summary puts it: On on the losing side of a global culture war, an Experimental Science Unit is pushed to identify a team of young pilots who can control a variety of prototype, next-generation mecha—giant, robotic, weaponized bodies. The recruits will find, however, that their newfound abilities come at no small cost.


''gen:Lock'' (stylized as ''gen:LOCK'') is a {{Mecha}} web series from Creator/RoosterTeeth that premiered on the 26th of January 2019. Unlike their [[Machinima/RedVsBlue other two]] [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} flagship series]], while the first episode is free for anyone to watch, the rest of the episodes are exclusive to FIRST members. The series will begin airing on Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block on August 3, 2019.

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''gen:Lock'' (stylized as ''gen:LOCK'') is a {{Mecha}} web series from Creator/RoosterTeeth that premiered on the 26th of January 2019. Unlike their [[Machinima/RedVsBlue other two]] [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} flagship series]], while the first episode is free for anyone to watch, the rest of the episodes are exclusive to FIRST members. The series will begin began airing on Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block on August 3, 2019.


** When [[spoiler: Sinclair]] breaks into the gen:LOCK lab and sees Chase's inert body, he says "I know someone who who'd love to meet you." [[spoiler: foreshadowing Nemesis and it's true identity.]]

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** When [[spoiler: Sinclair]] breaks into the gen:LOCK lab and sees Chase's inert body, he says "I know someone who who'd love to meet you." [[spoiler: foreshadowing Nemesis and it's its true identity.]]


* BrutalHonesty: When the new recruits comment on Dr. Weller's excitable personality upon first meeting them, Yaz bluntly informs them that they're Weller's new "lab rats". Left behind with the new bemused recruits, Chase indicates that this isa normal part of Yaz's personality.

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* BrutalHonesty: When the new recruits comment on Dr. Weller's excitable personality upon first meeting them, Yaz bluntly informs them that they're Weller's new "lab rats". Left behind with the new bemused recruits, Chase indicates that this isa is a normal part of Yaz's personality.


* BatmanGambit: When Weller is taken hostage by a Union agent, there is very little anyone can do to turn the situation around because the agent is able to use nanotech to keep everyone off his back. Weller is the one who realises he can use his situation to his advantage and overcome the Union agent. [[spoiler:"Sinclair" tries to use Weller to obtain access to a Holon. Even though it'll leave his body behind, he'll still be able to get the Holon to the Union so that they can reverse-engineer it. However, Weller takes his abduction as an opportunity to establish that "Sinclair" wasn't the person he recruited to the program, but a replacement. As a result, this man is not gen:LOCK compatible. He therefore instructs everyone to allow "Sinclair" to get into a Holon because he's the only one who is familiar with the consequences of gen:LOCK incompatibility. Instead of stealing the technology, "Sinclair" ends up dying in agony.]]

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* BatmanGambit: When Weller is taken hostage by a Union agent, there is very little anyone can do to turn the situation around because the agent is able to use nanotech to keep everyone off his back. Weller is the one who realises he can use his situation to his advantage and overcome the Union agent. [[spoiler:"Sinclair" tries to use Weller to obtain access to a Holon. Even though it'll leave his body behind, he'll still be able to get the Holon to the Union so that they can reverse-engineer it. However, Weller takes his abduction as an opportunity to establish that "Sinclair" wasn't the person he recruited to the program, but a replacement. As a result, this man is not gen:LOCK compatible. He Since Weller is the only one who's familiar with the consequences of gen:LOCK incompatibility, he therefore instructs everyone to allow "Sinclair" to get into a Holon because he's the only one who is familiar with the consequences of gen:LOCK incompatibility.Holon. Instead of stealing the technology, "Sinclair" ends up dying in agony.]]


* TheseusShipParadox: In Episode 6, this is written on one of Dr. Weller's whiteboards. [[spoiler: This is likely because of Dr. Weller copying Chase's mind and wondering if backing up and duplicating a human consciousness means that he is creating an entirely new person, or if it is still Chase.]]
** [[spoiler: This becomes a stress point for Chase by the end, when he has given up returning to his body by staying in his Holon too long. He is now a digital backup of Chase's brain, no longer living in Chase's body, about to merge minds with four other people. How much of Chase will be left?]]
** On a somewhat more humourous note, the [[spoiler:shipping name for Julian/Nemesis is called Theseus]] as a result of this.

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* TheseusShipParadox: In Episode 6, this is written on one of Dr. Weller's whiteboards. [[spoiler: This is likely because of Dr. Weller copying copied Chase's mind and wondering if backing up and duplicating a human consciousness means that he is creating an entirely new person, or if stored it is still Chase.]]
** [[spoiler: This becomes
in a stress point for back-up module. When the original mind of Chase was captured by the end, when he has given up returning Union, Weller downloaded the back-up to his body by staying in his Holon too long. He is now a digital backup of Chase's brain, no longer living in Chase's body, about to merge minds with four other people. How much of leaving Chase will be left?]]
** On a somewhat more humourous note,
none the [[spoiler:shipping name for Julian/Nemesis wiser. The question of who is called Theseus]] as the real Chase therefore becomes a result plot point between Chase and Nemesis, who is the original mind of this.Chase; the issue is lampshaded by Miranda bitterly observing that she doesn't know who the real Chase is.]]

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** On a somewhat more humourous note, the [[spoiler:shipping name for Julian/Nemesis is called Theseus]] as a result of this.


''gen:Lock'' (stylized as ''gen:LOCK'') is a {{Mecha}} web series from Creator/RoosterTeeth that premiered on the 26th of January, 2019. Unlike their [[Machinima/RedVsBlue other two]] [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} flagship series]], while the first episode is free for anyone to watch, the rest of the episodes are exclusive to FIRST members.

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''gen:Lock'' (stylized as ''gen:LOCK'') is a {{Mecha}} web series from Creator/RoosterTeeth that premiered on the 26th of January, January 2019. Unlike their [[Machinima/RedVsBlue other two]] [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} flagship series]], while the first episode is free for anyone to watch, the rest of the episodes are exclusive to FIRST members.
members. The series will begin airing on Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block on August 3, 2019.


[[caption-width-right:350:We pretend in the darkness, we pretend the night won't steal our youth...]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:We pretend in [[caption-width-right:350:Listen up; this is it. The Union's making their play. This is how the darkness, we pretend the night won't steal our youth...war begins.]]


[[caption-width-right:350:Listen up; this is it. The Union's making their play. This is how the war begins.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Listen up; this is it. The Union's making their play. This is how [[caption-width-right:350:We pretend in the war begins.darkness, we pretend the night won't steal our youth...]]


* Asia Kate Dillon as Senior Sergeant Valentina Romanyszyn

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* Asia Kate Dillon Creator/AsiaKateDillon as Senior Sergeant Valentina Romanyszyn

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