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This is the character sheet for the prequel to The Reconstruction; I Miss the Sunrise. There will be spoilers, so you might want to play the game first. This is a work in progress, so any help is appreciated.

For Tezkhra and Mahk's tropes from The Reconstruction check that games character page.

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Ros Ouranos

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Ros is a Blank Slate, with no memories, no past, nothing. However, Ros has a special protein in their body that makes them perfect for being a commander, despite having no training.

  • An Adventurer Is You: You are Ros, you choose their initial personality, species, gender, etc. And you will choose the decisions they make, and how it affects their personality.
  • Blank Slate: You determine who, what, and how Ros acts.
  • Bi the Way: Whether you're male or female, Ros is able to be with characters of both sexes.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Lazarus's Abel.
  • Gender-Blender Name: Since Ros can be male or female, their default name is this.
  • Hello, [Insert Name Here]: Ros is the default and canon name, but you can give them any name. You cannot change their surname, however, only their given name.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Ros can't remember anything from before being woken up.
  • Protagonist: The story starts when Ros awakens, after all.
  • Slept Through the Apocalypse: Ros and his two "siblings" were in suspension tanks during the Shine.
  • Technicolour Sclerae: Male Lacertian Ros has yellow, while female has green.
  • Uncertain Doom: In the Optimist ending, there's no indication Ros ever survived of the weapon's disposal.

Marie Sarazon

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Marie is a member of the Inquiry, having been there a long time. She seems to be one of the oldest members, having been alive since before people had to stop breeding. She's essentially Ros's second-in-command, and has the trust of many of the people around her.

Rami Ransend

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Rami is an augmented human, and runs the Inquiry's medical lab. He's close friends with Marie and Tez, and was one of the first people to welcome Ros as they were awoken from their stasis.

Tezkhra

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Tezkhra is a curiously augmented lacertian, a species whose body doesn't allow it to be augmented. He works in the weapons lab, developing and improving upon his Stardraw technology, as well as ones for the Inquiry.

  • Arm Cannon: Despite fighting in ships, he does still have one of these, made using his own technology.
  • Doomed by Canon: The Black One kills Tez after he lands in the Shra Lowlands during the epilogue, leading to his deceased condition in The Reconstruction.
  • The Fog of Ages: Tez deletes what he considers "unnecessary files."
  • Foregone Conclusion: See above.
  • Gentle Giant: Tez has a huge build, but wouldn't harm anyone unless he needed to.
  • Heroic BSoD: He goes through one in the end after he learns that it was HIS technology that nearly destroyed the universe.
  • Minored In Ass Kicking: He's a scientist first, fighter second.
  • Technicolour Sclerae: Averted actually, like Daszk, he has normal colour sclerae, which could be a hint as his being a Lesser.
  • The Reveal: Tez is actually a heavily augmented Lesser. However, Everyone Knew Already.
  • The Stoic: Tez rarely shows much emotion, having a cold and logical mindset. He has a few Not So Stoic moments, however, especially after finding out Typelog stole his technology.

Mahk Sikohlon

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Mahk is a Sikohlon, a group of galactic arms-dealers and weapon makers. He was thrust into the group by his Father, Ivoronus, to work with them. He works closely with Tez in the Weapons Lab, developing new weapons for the Inquiry, as well as working in the Machinatorium, allowing you to make weapons from scrap you find.

Neff Crenshaw

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Neff is a new member to join the Inquiry, joining after Mahk. He's a real technological and imaginative guy. He usually found in the External Communications room. He tends to get lost in his ideas sometimes, and has to be pulled back to reality.

  • Achilles' Heel: His Systems defence is awful compared to his Pilot and Hull defences.
  • Controllable Helplessness: He is the one who gives up his life so the others can escape.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: During the final battle, he will take on entire Lesser Horde either alone or with Chac, Cassidy, Cole and Ivoronus by his side.
  • Mr. Imagination: He's very imaginative, and he has all these fantastic ideas he gets lost in.
  • The Smart Guy

Daszk Monene

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Daszk is a Lesser-Lacertian hybrid that is found trapped behind bars on a ship. He's big and smelly and a little slow on the uptake, but he's an extremely nice guy and doesn't hold a bad bone in his body.

Kara Fatima

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Kara is a scientist from EROS, joining the Inquiry on orders from EROS to strengthen their ties together. However, she doesn't seem to agree with some of her fellow scientists ways of doing things.

Alicia Sarazon

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Alicia is Marie's long-estranged sister. When Marie finally tracks her down, she more-or-less forces Alicia to join the Inquiry with them, despite having no personal reason or tie to the project except for a loveless relationship with her sister.

  • Action Girl: Alicia even has her own fleet under her.
  • Asexual: She never even gives you a chance.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Alicia is a bit rude to everyone, even her own sister.
  • Out of Focus: Alicia, being the last mandatory person to join, has very little overall impact on the story. She doesn't even stay with the crew at the end, unlike the other mandatory characters (except for Tez and Mahk).
  • Sixth Ranger: Alicia has no ties to the Inquiry, and no reason to join other than to please Marie.

Chac Tlaloc

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Chac is a lacertian whom lost his legs when the Shine hit, however, he was also the only person aboard his ship to survive the attack. To this day, he is haunted by what happened, having lost everything, even his wife.

Luke Martinez

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Luke is a mystery, a flirty, ditzy mystery, but a mystery nonetheless. He tries to avoid combat, and tends to run away from all engagements if he can.

Jessamine Tecuani

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Jessamine, or Miss Jazzy, as her crew calls her, is the leader of a female Lacertian fleet. She gets in your way for a bit, but is easily defeated. However it seems that she might want to fight again...

Deirdre Renea

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Deirdre is young girl found at the Purity Point Habitation, a women's habitation of people whom never seem to move and have lost their minds. She remains the only one seemingly sane, although all the radiation seems to be getting to her.

Cassidy Turnstone

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Cassidy is a former EROS researcher, however, she didn't want to deal with them anymore, and ran away with her husband, Cole, to a lonely planet, where they live in peace and harmony.

Cole Turnstone

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Cole is a quiet man, letting his wife, Cassidy talk for him. He ran away from the EROS database with Cassidy, living a peaceful life on a lonely planet.

Ivoronus Sikholon

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Ivoronus is Mahk's Father, and the father of all the Sikholons. He is the owner of the Machinatorium, and allows the Inquiry to use their weapons.

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