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Jojo (real name Joseph Willard Fotheringay) is a former solider and skilled engineer, who has also been known to work as a professional assassin and bounty hunter.

History Edit

First Galactic War Edit

Jojo fought for the rebellion during the First Galactic War, although he doesn't like to discuss his experiences with anyone who wasn't there.

Planet Leto Edit

After the war, Jojo moved to Hope City on Planet Leto, though he did remain in close contact with the rebellion. Along with the Ashanti Okar, he was one of the lieutenants serving under Colonel Michael Kane in the Veterans group. He also became pretty good friends with John Pilgrim, a retired starship captain.

He met John's daughter Gail Pilgrim and her crew when she came to Planet Leto in search of her father. Using a pulse amplifier and a signal disruptor, Jojo was able to build a device which enabled her to break the Colonel out a Strata jail.

After Gail helped the Veterans fulfill their objectives in the city, he and Ashanti accompanied her on a voyage to Dusk Island Mines, where they found John Pilgrim.

Unfortunately, they were all arrested shortly afterwards by a J.A.C. team who had been pursuing Gail across the galaxy.

Prison Station 13 Edit

Along with Gail's other comrades, Jojo was incarcerated at the infamous Prison Station 13, also known as "The Chain." He and Ashanti were charged with various terrorist acts associated with the Veterans group.

Two months later, he was directly involved in a prison break orchestrated by Sabina White, and he was ultimately able to rejoin the rebellion. He served throughout the Second Galactic War and ultimately became part of the crew of Starship Quicksilver.

Departure from Quicksilver Edit

Assassin and Bounty Hunter Edit

Personality Edit

Jojo is an alcoholic with self-destructive tendencies, which has caused many problems in his personal relationships. He can also become quite obsessive about his work at times.

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