Xeno - Cast
Gecko is the newest recruit at Seris. Unlike the other field agents, she never applied for the position. Rather, she had been accused of an unknown crime and seeing an opportunity, Seris offered to protect her from the authorities in exchange for her compliance in working as an agent. To ensure her privacy, she was given the alias of “Gecko.”
Tyger is one of the senior field agents of Seris.Irritable and occasionally violent, there is very little known about her past. In fact, she seems either reluctant or incapable of talking about it. She is, however, very protective of Gecko and like her green-haired partner, she opts to use an alias.
Ethan is a junior agent of Seris. He is very proud to be a Xeno and delights in showing off his arcane powers. He takes an immediate interest in Gecko and despite her protests, constantly encourages her to flaunt and hone her abilities.
Tobias, or Tobi, was discovered as an unwitting pawn in a cryptid cult’s ritualistic ceremony. Believed to be a werewolf, he was found to be surprisingly docile and was brought to the Seris organization after the offending cultists were disposed of. Upon further examination, it was discovered that Tobi was in fact, a Were. The absence of a UV light source triggered his transformation into a wolf.
Dr. Tobin Frasier, or Tick, is a clinical psychiatrist under the employ of Seris. His job is to meet with all of the employees (human, Xeno and Were) to check up on their status. Tick is emotionally sterile and likes his privacy. Because of this, many of his patients are apprehensive about sharing their dark secrets with him.
Overworked and underappreciated, Angeles is the network administrator for the Seris company. She has a low tolerance for stupidity, a threshold that is regularly realized when she becomes overwhelmed with trying to pick up the slack from the rest of her department.
Coiln is the hapless genius responsible for developing the technology utilized by the Seris field agents. Innovative, yet unorthodox, Colin enjoys seeing his gadgets tested first-hand and he is not shy about pushing his latest and greatest out prematurely. The only thing Coiln seems to enjoy more than rolling out a new gizmo is a relentless desire to torment Tyger.
Playful and curious, the faun Katlyst seems to have a knack for knowing when cryptids are about to appear and he's not above toying with the Seris agents before spilling the beans. Katylst is unique in that the Seris agents have made peace with the fact that they cannot keep the little pest out of the city. Somehow, Katlyst's regular visits are undetected by civilians. He is sometimes joined by his companion, a weasle-like feline.
Manu is one of two young forest drakes who wander into the city at the beginnning of the story. While she is captured easily enough, the Seris agents are not sure why one of the most elusive species would suddenly come, willingly, so close to humans. Manu is mischievous and she enjoys causing trouble for humans.
Amaru first accompanied his sibling drake into the city during Chapter 2 of the series. While he also enjoys causing trouble, Amaru is much more cautious and he is reluctant to try and explain himself, as he feels humans are beyond comprehending anything more than violence.
Quirky and manipulative CEO Michael Seris is in charge of the company responsible for keeping cryptids out of the public eye. Michael is heavily involved in all aspects of the company, knowing all of his employees by name. Just why has he decided that he needs to keep these mythical animals away from people and why don't any of his agents seem to know what happens to them after they've been collected for redistribution?
Sue Walters was a major and vocal critic of the Xeno Experiments from MORPHS. After MORPHS shut down, Sue continued her protest, turning her attention to the Xenos themselves. A regular personality on television, she takes every opportunity to antagonize Xenos and shares a focused dislike for Ethan.
Bubbly Joanna works in the IT department for Seris as a senior software developer. She has also inherited the job of dispatcher, briefing the field agents before each mission. Like Angeles, she is frustrated with how understaffed her department is though she seems better able to deal with the resulting stress.
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