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Characters from the third round of Airlocked, covering their appearances before the final round. For characters who survived to that point, see Airlocked Round Five for spoilers for that round.

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     Round 3 Characters 

Akande Ogundimu

#82566/ Champion Warlord

"Raise yourself up all you want — I know the truth. Killing is our nature. And those who fall will be forgotten."

One of the victims of Week 5 (Case 4).

  • Bald of Evil: A bald man who doesn't deny that his backstory murders were for personal gain.
  • Blood Knight: Akande gets excited when everyone else is panicking that they might be attacked and have to fight back.
  • The Comically Serious: Manages to say "Dick Elders" with a straight face.
  • Cold Ham: He's a very serious person with a very imposing presence, but also a bombastic image. The guy goes around calling himself "Doomfist."
  • Cyborg: He has a mechanical arm that he mentions continuously having upgraded.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: He was a strong fighter even before he got his metal arm.
  • Facial Markings: Akande has white stripes on his face.
  • Fastball Special: One of his go-to moves in fight scenes is to pick up a smaller Champion and toss them either out of harm's way or into the fray.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Tried to rig a gas bomb in an attempt to kill all of the remaining Champions to escape without a trial. Ended up dying instead when Leon decided to pull a Heroic Sacrifice.
  • Lightning Bruiser: As tough as he looks and much faster.
  • The Right Hand of Doom: His mechanical arm, which partially explains his callsign.
  • Scary Black Man: He is very scary, due in part to his size.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Akande knows a few submission holds and such in addition to the martial arts (plural) he can do.
  • The Worf Effect: Is on the delivering end of these during Week 2's Fight Club... just to be on the receiving end, thanks to Blaze.

Albel Nox

#45940/ Champion Swordsman

"Why am I surrounded by worthless worms? You all give me a headache."

The victim of Week 2 (Case 1).

Alec Lightwood

#63442/ Champion Bullseye

"Love is a horrifying double-edged sword."

One of the culprits of Week 3 (Case 2).

  • Facial Markings: Almost, anyway — the tattoo on his neck, which looks like an inverted F, is close enough to nearly count.
  • Fantastic Racism: He hates what he calls "Downworlders," even if it's his job to protect them, and views normal humans without powers as second-class citizens who can be sacrificed if necessary.
  • Forced Out of the Closet: Alec's profile outs him as gay, even though he spent much of canon trying to hide it.
  • Magically Binding Contract: Claims to be under multiple oaths that have to apply even off-world.
  • Our Angels Are Different: He's considered to be part angel to some degree, anyway.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: He's considered very pretty even in the tacky jumpsuit.

Alexander Hamilton

#01776/ Champion Wordsmith

"Life never asks what you should be. It only makes you bolder."

Punished during Week 2.

  • Cross-Cast Role: His account uses Alia Shawkat from the Drunk History episode on Alexander Hamilton as a PB.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: He's from the eighteenth century and is unfamiliar with modern technology, much less that from the year 6972.
  • I Kiss Your Hand: How he tends to greet women.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Due to the nature of his canon, he speaks entirely in rap. He tells the others that words are one of the most important things to him.

Apollonia Vaar

#86151/ Champion Luminary Knight

"Fate is a truly capricious being."

One of the victims of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • 24-Hour Armor: Goes around in a full suit of armour whenever she can.
  • Armour Is Useless: Justified, since the armour she regains is a replica of the real suit, on par with something you could get at the Halloween store.
  • Black Knight: This is listed as her occupation, and she's mysterious and very strong.
  • Captain Obvious: Leon gets annoyed when Apollo says things everyone knows, like "That's unusual" said about out-of-place evidence.
  • Knight Templar: Apollo seems to believe that all criminals should suffer and die. One of her first threads has her saying that she doesn't know why their captors didn't just execute them if they were considered dangerous enough to lock up.
  • Tomboyish Name: She goes by "Apollo" generally.


#24110/ Champion Whistleblower

"Whatever it is, someone has to know the truth."

Punished during Week 6.

  • Facial Dialogue: She uses body language and facial expressions over actually talking occasionally.
  • Loners Are Freaks: C.T. tends to keep to herself, and she's Price's mole.
  • Only Known by Initials: We know it stands for "Agent Connecticut," but her real name isn't given.

Cheryl Hawthorne

#06187/ Champion Eggsellence

"Besides, isn't that a thing pretty much everyone goes through? Thinking they'd be better off as someone else."

One of the victims of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • Angsty Surviving Twin: The older half of a pair of twins, whose sister died in backstory.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: The heaviest of the female inmates, and noted in the narration as "having a little extra ice cream in her milkshake." Fairly easy on the eyes.
  • Covert Pervert: Puts on a sweet and motherly face, but the inmates' game of Never Have I Ever became decidedly more lewd once she participated. Also seemed to derive a little too much enjoyment from 50,000 Shades of the Cosmos.
  • Family Relationship Switcheroo: When Elaine adopted her sister's children, she also took on her sister's identity. They believe that their younger sister is their biological sister, not their cousin.
  • Goth: A more realistic example in that she's into the pop culture and aesthetics, and has a taste for whimsy, but it's not her entire personality.
  • Happily Married: Although she doesn't remember her husband at first.
  • Mind over Matter: She has telekinesis and uses it for silly things on occasion.
  • Motherly Side Plait: her PB icons have her wearing these. Like most characters with the hairstyle, she ends up dead.
  • My Sibling Will Live Through Me: During a game of "Never Have I Ever", she reveals to Oda that her real name is Elaine and that Cheryl is actually her deceased sister, whose life she's taken over for a currently unknown reason.
  • Psychic Powers: Her team seems to focus on Psychic-Type Pokémon.
  • Sailor Earth: She's a fandom OC.
  • Team Chef: She knows a wide variety of recipes that only grows with her memory regains, and the other cooks start dropping like flies early on, anyway.
  • Team Mom: Cheryl takes this role almost immediately, even before she remembers having her own children.

Diego Brando

#56567/ Champion Backstabber

"Please, I'm Diego Brando, not people."

The culprit of Week 2 (Case 1).

  • Deadpan Snarker: A passive-aggressive egotist who will be sarcastic at anything and everything.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: When he wakes up, he remembers being from 1890 and has no idea how to work the PIP.
  • Insistent Terminology: He doesn't have a cell like some prisoner, he has a room, and anyone who suggests otherwise just doesn't understand.
  • Jerkass: Diego flat-out says that he matters far more than anyone else. It's even in his username.
  • Nice Hat: "Nice" is subjective, but his odd, ribbon-adorned hat is definitely distinctive. This becomes important in trial one.
  • Rich Bitch: A male version. Diego insists that he shouldn't be here because he's from an important and powerful family, which none of the others have ever heard of, given that they're all from different worlds.
  • Wants a Prize for Basic Decency: He tells people that they should be grateful for his participating in a trial they all have to solve.

Erika Furudo

#65113/ Champion Detective

"Just because it's 'actually happening,' as you put it, doesn't mean that regular genre conventions can't apply."

One of the victims of Week 3 (Case 2).

  • Berserk Button: Mentioning magic or witches around her.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Erika takes the slot of the team useful nuisance in record time. She doesn't seem to care about it.
  • Great Detective: She thinks she is one and will tell everyone so, but her idea of being a good detective is dissecting the mystery and ruining the fun. Everyone else is just annoyed.
  • It's All About Me: Erika has a complex about being the hero of her own story and annoys all the others with her boasting and posturing. Then all of her bragging falls flat when she becomes the first girl to die.
  • Painting the Medium: She can still speak in red and blue text, although it no longer has any actual impact.
  • Victory Gloating: Since she's addicted to solving mysteries and the rush of winning, she rubs it in everyone's faces when she helps get them any further in their investigation.


#30950/ Champion Balladeer

"Some country songs speak more truth than you know."

One of the victims of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • Antiquated Linguistics: A little more modern-sounding than Round 1's Thomasin, but not by much.
  • Bad Powers, Bad People: John believes this and is thus suspicious of nonhumans and hates dark magic.
  • Born in the Wrong Century: He talks a little old-fashioned for someone from the mid-twentieth century.
  • Dad the Veteran: A Team Dad who fought in the Korean War.
  • Fantastic Racism: Immediately dislikes Kiss-Shot for being a vampire.
  • Happily Married: Although he doesn't remember his wife at first.
  • Necromancer: His profile says he's engaged in this, though he denies it because he's against the very idea of dark magic.
  • Only One Name: "Silver John" and "John the Balladeer" are both names others have used for him, but he himself just goes by "John."

Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade

#95357/ Champion Slayer of Oddities, Aberrations, Apparitions, Monsters, Youkai, Ghouls, Ghosts, and Demons

"You may refer to me as Miss Heart-Under-Blade, thank you very much."

One of the victims (and culprits) of Week 3 (Case 2).

Leon Kuwata

#11037/ Champion Target

"This is gonna sound crazy, but do you think we're all clones?"

One of the victims of Week 5 (Case 4).

  • Delinquent Hair: Bright, spiky, and messy to create a Punk Rock image.
  • Entitled Bastard: Because Leon was accepted into an elite school, he seems to think that he deserves everything he wants.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Stumbled upon Akande during the latter's setup of an elaborate plot to kill all of the other remaining Champions. Ended up sabotaging the gas bombs and locking Akande inside the solitary cell, even if it meant dying of asphyxiation due to being locked in with him.
  • Insane Troll Logic: Tries to justify his situation by suggesting all the inmates are clones created for some purpose. Albel disagrees with his theory.
  • Punk Rock: The image Leon likes to cultivate for himself and the genre he wants to play music in.
  • The Rock Star: Still wants to become one, and has expressed the desire to do so multiple times.
  • Selective Obliviousness: He refuses to believe that what Touko says about his fate is true and clings to any and every piece of evidence that can convince him that he led a normal life.
  • Spanner in the Works: Akande could have killed a lot of people if Leon hadn't stumbled upon his operation.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Touko claims to have seen him die a horrible death, but he had been brought to the prison alive and well. He can't even remember how he died or anything about the killing game for that matter.


#60224/ Champion Investigator

"I'm not gonna just march up to everyone and say, 'Hey, we need to start trusting each other,' because that's not gonna work."

One of the victims of Week 4 (Case 3).

Maxine Caulfield

#24563/ Champion of Arcadia Bay

"Yeah, well... even when it helps people, I'm never sure I'm making the right choice."

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Always Save the Girl: Averted, pretty tragically when she remembers. She's the Champion of Arcadia Bay for a reason...
  • Camera Fiend: As soon as she gets her hands on a camera, she takes photos of everything. This becomes useful in crime scenes.
  • Dialogue Tree: Her narration will sometimes give multiple options and show which one she picks, complete with button press commands.
    [□] "I'm so sorry."
    [o] "Fuck that guy."
  • Hipster: Max uses awkward slang, prefers traditional film cameras to digital, and likes media commonly considered embarrassingly bad.
  • Tomboyish Name: Goes by "Max."


#65880/ Champion Farmer

"Kinda surprised I feel like I got the hang of all this stuff so quickly, too."

Made it to the survivor pool.

Noctis Lucis Caelum

#11314/ Champion Narcoleptic

Made it to the survivor pool.

"Sorry to keep you waiting."

  • The Chosen One: "Chosen King" is listed as his occupation.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Thirty years old and he still won't willingly eat vegetables.
  • Identical Grandson: Bears a passing resemblance to his many-times-great-uncle Ardyn, complete with sarcasm.
  • The Leader: Captains the ship the survivors escape on, and the group defaults to him as de facto Leader during their months on the run from The Network.
  • Parental Substitute: Becomes this to the girls of Cell 1 (Max, Pyrrha and Fukawa) by the end of the game.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: He went on a quest to save his home and doesn't take kindly to the idea that he might be soft and lazy.
  • Sore Loser: Noct is grumpy and prone to complaining when he loses a practice fight.

Pyrrha Nikos

#12403/ Champion Huntress

"Do you believe in destiny?"

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Apologises a Lot: Just like in canon, she does this.
  • For Great Justice: Pyrrha takes issue with this mockery of a jail because real justice should never be carried out with kidnapping and imprisoning people who, in many cases, don't even know what they did.
  • Girly Bruiser: She's got long hair and fights in a skirt, and she's a dedicated warrior.
  • Nice Girl: Very polite, in fact, one of the crimes listed on her profile is 'excessive politeness'.
  • School Uniforms Are the New Black: Once Pyrrha regains her school uniform, she starts wearing it everywhere.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: She keeps her hair in a ponytail because she's often finding herself in combat.

Rick Sanchez

#66789/ Champion Alcoholic

"Science, bi-[urrp]-iiiitch."

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • The Alcoholic: Even without a bar, seemingly always in a state of intoxication.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He may be a rambling drunk with an ego complex, but he's also a brilliant scientist.
  • Comedic Sociopath: Very okay with the idea of killing the Counselor the second the opportunity arises.
  • Cyborg: This was revealed in canon during the round and incorporated thereafter.
  • Einstein Hair: Self-explanatory.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Following Akande's death, Rick outright wishes death on the rest of the survivors. At most, he's tolerated by the others.
  • The Gambler: During the "fight club," Rick starts up a betting pool with Benefactor prizes.
  • Hidden Depths: Though he appears to be a crass scientist, he's amongst the most powerful people here.
  • Insufferable Genius: Rick is rude, crude, and thinks he's the smartest person in Starfield, but with how much he knows about space-time, building things, and nearly every scientific discipline, it's highly likely that he is.
  • Straw Nihilist: His general outlook on life, as well as his situation.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Drops a curse every other sentence.
  • Verbal Tic: Rick has a stutter and his sentences are oft-interrupted by burping. He also tends to constantly fumble people's names when speaking to them.
  • Wacky Guy: Comes with coming from a Gag Series. He tends to not care about serious things and care too much about silly things.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Though it's the "old people" sort of blue.

Rideaux Zek Rugievit

#85463/ Champion Medical Innovation

"A poison and a cure are often derived from the same source, you know."

One of the victims of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • The Coroner: Gets this duty thanks to his medical background.
  • Insufferable Genius: He's as good a doctor as he says he is. He's just also a complete tool.
  • Multicoloured Hair: Rideaux has bleached tips (or the fantasy world equivalent).
  • Rummage Sale Reject: Wears a black feather boa over his prison jumpsuit and considers it an improvement.
  • Troll: From the very beginning, he does things specifically to put off or annoy other people, such as staring at Will.

Sakunosuke Oda

#37112/ Champion Cabin Boy

"If you can kill for 'justice,' you can kill for any reason."

The culprit of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce: Oda loves to make food that's painfully spicy, though a few of the others actually like it.
  • Friend to All Children: Has a bunch of kids at home and is very kind to the younger inmates.
  • Last-Name Basis: He's usually called "Oda" or "Odasaku."
  • Named After Somebody Famous: Most people in his canon are, though the authors of the same names don't exist there. He's confused when people talk about them.
  • Neighbourhood-Friendly Gangsters: Oda may be a former assassin and currently in The Mafia, but he's reasonable, kind, and even humours an attempt to "arrest" him.
  • Papa Wolf: Determined above all else to protect his children at home. He's even willing to kill five people to revive them.
  • Perma-Stubble: Mentioned when the lack of proper razors in the jail is discussed.

Shirou Emiya

#95276/ Champion of Swords

"I don't want the one I love to die. So even if it's wrong, I'd fight anybody who says that they have to die in order to save humanity."

Punished during Week 2.

  • Deadpan Snarker: It's joked that excessive sarcasm must be among his crimes. Nearly everything Shirou says early on is accompanied by some quip or eye roll.
  • Dumb Muscle: Buff, powerful, and honestly kind of dense.
  • Fatal Flaw: His lack of impulse control could make Kurumi roll her eyes. Charging into a robot with just a poster during Blaze's takeover causes him to break his arm. Then, in what might be one of the fastest deaths in murdergame history, he tries to attack Blaze during the first motive announcement and is punished on the spot.
  • Fiery Redhead: He is, as earlier, the impulsive sort.
  • Power Glows: Sometimes, Shirou's magic circuits will glow when he's working hard.

Soma Cruz

#83737/ Champion of Souls

"Have you ever been afraid of yourself?"

Made it to the survivor pool.

Touko Fukawa

#55840/ Champion Stalker

"Being remembered is probably the greatest compliment you can pay to the dead."

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Cultured Badass: Touko knows everything there is to know about literary fiction, even if she writes romance novels instead, and she's stubbornly survived in what was referred to two rounds prior as "the murder mystery capital of the multiverse."
  • Experienced Protagonist: Has been through a killing game before.
  • Fangirl: Of Togami, which disturbs and amuses the others and the rest of the cast of round one.
  • Hopeless with Tech: She describes herself as being "allergic to machines" and can barely figure out her own PIP.
  • Properly Paranoid: Touko is worried about the prison's true purpose long before it becomes apparent, because she knows from personal experience what a murdergame looks like.
  • Shipper on Deck: Probably because she's a romance novelist, she starts to ship the other people around her. Unfortunately, the people she wants to get together tend to die.
  • Split Personality: She has a second personality named "Genocider Syo", an infamous Serial Killer that appears whenever Touko sees blood.

Varric Tethras

#93741/ Champion of the Silver Tongue

"As long as we work together, the rest of us are going to get out of here. So don't go anywhere, okay. I need you."

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Bile Fascination: After the second memory regain, he goes to read a book he can't stand just to distract himself.
  • Bookworm: Varric is commonly found in the library or reading in his cell.
  • Genius Bruiser: Buff, tough, and well-read, and he's proud of all three.
  • Hold Your Hippogriffs: Fond of exclamations that reference his own world, some more profane than others.
  • Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Short, musclebound, and honourable, Varric definitely fits this bill.
  • Parental Substitute: To the Cell 1 survivors along with Noctis and Will.

Will Graham

#54837/ Champion of Empathy

"What you truly think and feel can't be suppressed forever."

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Berserk Button: Jumping to conclusions in a trial and rushing to convict people based on convenient evidence is one of the only ways to really get Will angry. Because he's been falsely accused in the past, and knows what it feels like to have people you thought you trusted turn on you.
    • And again, when he finds the plush of his dog Winston stabbed in the corridor.
  • Brutal Honesty: Blunt and unafraid to voice his opinion. He tones it down on occasion though, such as when Max talks to him about the fate of the alternate-timeline Chloe.
  • The Cynic: His first reaction to the profiles is to be completely unsurprised that they were all imprisoned, many for crimes they don't remember.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Has his moments.
  • The Empath: That Champion title doesn't just mean "caring person." While toned down on the space station, it still allows him to read the mood of the room at the time the murders take place, and doesn't carry as many less-than-desirable effects on his mental health.
  • Eyes Always Averted: ... Sort of an aversion. Will isn't a great fan of eye contact, and it's even listed in his profile as a dislike. But as the season goes on and more of his memories come back, the less it seems to bother him.
  • Happily Married: He was, at one point, and doesn't talk about it much even after remembering.
  • Knight in Sour Armor: He may be very much Done with the situation, but his priority is always making sure the right person is caught at each trial.
  • Nerves of Steel: Will is calm in the face of danger, since it's nothing new to him, and he replies to implied threats like they're nothing.
  • Parental Substitute: Becomes this to the members of Cell 1 by the end of the game, along with Noctis and Varric.
  • Precision F-Strike: Avoids swearing for most of the season, but lets out a few well-timed ones during trials and after the finale.
  • The Profiler: Listed as his profession, and comes in handy when examining crime scenes.
  • Tragic Keepsake: Wears Mako's red scarf tied around his wrist after his death. He also has Rideaux's pocket watch, but he wasn't as close to the owner.


     Major Round 3 NPCs 

Aiden Price


"I believe that I have endeavoured to treat you as patients, not criminals."

Starfield Penitentiary's counselor and the one in charge of the "rehabilitation program".

  • Authority in Name Only: While he is technically also an Overseer due to the terms of his negotiation with Dudely, Price is treated by both the pirate crew and the inmates as this. Even Mozu says she doesn't expect much out of him.
  • Dirty Coward: Moves to escape and abandon the inmates during the Hostile Show Takeover.
  • His Story Repeats Itself: Yet again, a prison ship Price is on is boarded by hostiles who kill the crew.
  • Shock and Awe: Can use the prisoners' PIPs to deliver some of these as punishments.
  • Unexpected Character: The first NPC to be an established character from an existing franchise rather than an OC either loosely based on a celebrity or invented wholecloth.



"Welp. 'S just like the robot fortuneteller said."

Starfield Penitentiary's blue-skinned, three-eyed janitor.

  • Almighty Janitor: Shortly before his death, he's revealed to have significant fighting ability, as well as a concealed lazersword in his mop handle.
  • Broomstick Quarterstaff: Hits Rick with a broom when he falls asleep outside of the cells.
  • Expy: An alien version of The Quartermaster.
  • Hook Hand: Despite this, he has no trouble using a broom or a sword. The hook hand also has a built-in soap dispenser.
  • Long-Lived: Scraggly implies heavily that he's at least a thousand years old if not more.
  • Mysterious Past: Never divulges any details about his past, but seems to be ageless and has some unspecified history with Blaze Dudely. In fact, Scraggly and Fourt were part of his pirate crew long ago.
  • Obi-Wan Moment: Has one before Blaze kills him.



"I cook the food, buddy, I don't do the judgin'."

Starfield Penitentiary's Besalisk cook.

  • Alien Blood: His blood is green.
  • Alien Lunch: Prepares this for the prisoners. It tastes good, though, and he's willing to share the ingredients and recipes.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Dies attempting to call for help against the pirates, having locked everyone else in the kitchen so that they would be temporarily safe from the robots.
  • Palette-Swapped Alien Food: Some of his food is this.
  • Punny Name: He's called that due to his four arms.

Blaze Dudely


"Have someone rip everything you've built and everyone you care about from you with the press of a button. Then ask yourself how badly you'd want them dead."

A Space Pirate captain who appears after a week and hijacks the ship in the name of starting the Champion Excellence Program up once again.

For his appearance in the prequel, see Airlocked Round Four.

  • Ambiguous Situation: The mod team will imply one minute that Blaze and the male season one Overseer are one and the same, then imply that they aren't the next. After the third trial, the former is confirmed.
  • Awesome Mc Coolname: That actually is his real one. It's a common trait of people from his planet.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: Blaze likes to make weird concoctions from a planet called Flavourtown.
  • Comic-Book Fantasy Casting: Based on Guy Fieri, who is his PB.
  • Cyborg: He has a lot of mechanical enhancements, including some limbs and an eye.
  • Full-Name Basis: He's usually referred to as "Blaze Dudely" in his own narration.
  • Incurable Cough of Death: The damage sustained when he survived the network's attempt to get rid of him left him dependent on a filtration machine and still coughing ominously. This gets worse throughout the round until he dies.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Cyborg, Sith, pirate captain, and returning Predecessor Villain.
  • Punny Name: Blaze (fire) Dudely (having the qualities of a man) is based on Guy (man) Fieri ("fiery," having the qualities of fire).
  • Red Baron: According to Scraggly, Blaze is called the "Captain of Evil."
  • Screw the Rules, I Make Them!: Abuses rule 6-A to say that he can punish anyone for causing trouble for him, even if they were technically following the prison rules.
  • Space Pirate: The leader of a band of notorious pirates.
  • Super Strength: Even with his organic limbs, not just the robot ones!
  • We Can Rebuild Him: Got his robot parts after he was killed by Bolton in the Season 1/Round 0 simulation and, rather than keep their word, InterGal 7 threw him to the burning ruins of Flavourtown.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Mime Jr. creeps him out. Which foreshadows his fear of clowns, a hallmark trait of the male Season One Overseer.

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