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This page lists the minor characters introduced in Chasing Oblivion. The characters are listed in order of introduction:

Junichi MasamuneEdit

In chapter 1, Junichi was introduced as a bandit working with Lychrel and Yamcha in Diablo Desert. The three of them attacked a hovervan full of expensive saké with rocket launchers. After confronting the deliveryman, Junichi killed the man and stole all the saké. The three of them spent the afternoon getting wasted before Wolfe and his Wings showed up, claiming the rare haul for themselves. After getting into an argument with Wolfe, Junichi refused to hand over the rare bottles of alcohol and revealed that he was the nephew of the man who owned the saké. Wolfe offered to let them join his bandit gang, and while Yamcha and Lychrel were quick to do so, Junichi only reluctantly agreed to, though he grew angry at his friends' betrayal. Wolfe, seeing no other recourse, then performed a Wolf Fang Fist on Junichi, killing him, and leaving his body for the vultures.

In chapter 2, at the end of the first scene, Yamcha thought back to his memories of Junichi and Lychrel with melancholy.

In chapter 4, Yamcha briefly thought back to Junichi telling him once that he needs to take his life into his own hands, because no one else will care enough about it to keep him safe. The boy heeded this advice by agreeing to kill Wolfe on Mazuchiru's orders.

In chapter 5, as Yamcha was formulating his escape from Wolfe's Wings, he swore to himself that he would not end up like Junichi or Rheems.

During chapter 7, Yamcha noticed that there were posters asking for information about Junichi's whereabouts posted throughout South City. Feeling guilty, he visited Itteki, the saké store owned by Tonji Masamune. Without giving the secretary his name, he told her what had happened to Jun. Later, when Yamcha visited the skate part near Junichi's home, Billy-dog asked him where Junichi and Lychrel were, but he had nothing to tell the man. Shortly after, he told skaters what had really happened to Junichi and Lychrel, and the group fleeced him for what zeni he was carrying.

LychrelEdit

In chapter 1, Lychrel was introduced as a bandit working with Junichi and Yamcha in Diablo Desert. The three of them attacked a hovervan full of expensive saké with rocket launchers. After confronting the deliveryman, Junichi killed the man and stole all the saké. The three of them spent the afternoon getting wasted before Wolfe and his Wings showed up, claiming the rare haul for themselves. Wolfe offered to let them join his bandit gang, and while Yamcha and Lychrel were quick to do so, Junichi only reluctantly agreed to, though he grew angry at his friends' betrayal. Lychrel tried to calm him down and explain their situation logically to Junichi, he did not listen. Wolfe, seeing no other recourse, then performed a Wolf Fang Fist on Junichi, killing him, and leaving his body for the vultures. While Lychrel pleaded with Wolfe to spare the boy, he did not listen to her.

In chapter 2, Yamcha ran into Lychrel after being spared by Wolfe. He became visibly distraught at the sight of her near-naked body (she was in the process of changing clothes). Lychrel then gave Yamcha advice, telling him to hide his fear from the others lest they prey on him. She also told him he needed to start acting tougher if he wanted to survive. At the end of the first scene, Yamcha thought back to his memories of Junichi and Lychrel with melancholy. Later in the chapter, Silver Snead came to get Yamcha while he was doing dishes and brought him to Wolfe. Wolfe then told the group of bandits he had assembled - Snead, Yamcha, Lychrel, Pacheko, and Rheems - that they were going to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard by blowing up the House of the Blue Lotus. Snead questioned Wolfe, but Wolfe threatened to kill him if he said another word, so everyone then agreed to perform the mission to their best ability.

In chapter 3, Lychrel went to South City with Silver Snead, Yamcha, Pacheko, and Rheems to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard. When Yamcha began to freak out upon noticing the topless dancers inside the House of the Blue Lotus, Snead ordered Lychrel to get the boy under control or he would kill him. Lychrel was barely able to do this, though she refused to give the boy a handjob, which was Snead's recommendation for calming him down. Snead then instructed Lychrel and Yamcha to help Pacheko arm the explosives. Later on, she helped the others set the explosives up and revealed to Rheems that she had once desired to work in a place like the House of the Blue Lotus, as she had always wanted to be a dancer. Rheems asked her to show him her moves, but she declined, stating she hadn't practiced in a while. Then Snead told them both to shut up and get back to work. Soon after, Pacheko accidentally set off one wall of explosives, killing himself and damaging the whorehouse significantly. In the explosion, Lychrel's right eye burst and much of her face and body was burnt. Snead and Yamcha helped carry her out of the building where they ran into a crowd of people and a host of cops. Lychrel fell to the ground where it appeared she lost consciousness. The cops arrested the four bandits, although Yamcha wondered why they didn't call an ambulance for Lychrel.

In chapter 4, after Rheems was set free by the police, he asked one officer where they were keeping Lychrel, but the woman refused to answer him, forcing two guards to physically remove him from the building. While Yamcha assumed Lychrel had been taken to the hospital, Rheems was decidedly more cynical and believed she had been left to die by the police. Later on, Wolfe asked Thoras if the man had heard anything from Snead and the gang. When Thoras said he had not, Wolfe thought to himself that there was a good chance they were all dead, but he couldn't give into fear yet.

In chapter 5, after the train heist, Yamcha thought to himself how much he missed Lychrel.

In chapter 6, as Yamcha was driving out of the Diablo Desert with Puar, he wondered what had become of Lychrel.

In chapter 7, when Yamcha visited the skate part near Junichi's home, Billy-dog asked him where Junichi and Lychrel were, but he had nothing to tell the man. Shortly after, he told skaters what had really happened to Junichi and Lychrel, and the group fleeced him for what zeni he was carrying.

PiperEdit

In chapter 1, Junichi bragged to Lychrel and Yamcha that his dream had come true, due to having "scored big" with a girl named Piper recently.

Tonji's servantEdit

In chapter 1, this character drove the hovervan full of saké through Diablo Desert before being ambushed by Junichi, Lychrel, and Yamcha. Though he pleaded for his life after they captured him, Junichi nevertheless executed the man in order to steal the alcohol he had been transporting.

Tonji MasamuneEdit

In chapter 1, it was revealed that Lord Tonji was a man who owned a renowned saké brewery. A hovervan of his saké was attacked by Junichi, Lychrel, and Yamcha, and its contents were stolen by the three (though the saké was later taken by Wolfe and his Wings). Junichi revealed that he was the nephew of Tonji, which explained how he knew the saké delivery routes. Later in the chapter, Lord Tonji himself appeared before Lady Yunwu, the deputy mayor of South City, asking her to assist him in recovering his stolen saké and asking her if she had heard any news about his missing nephew (Junichi). While she had not heard anything about Jun, she promised to recover the saké in a week's time for the price of 25% of the haul. It was later revealed that she already had the saké, but was going to try to negotiate with the man again in a week to get a better price.

In chapter 6, when Yunwu heard from one of her attendants that Mr. Masamune had stopped by, she mistakenly believed it had been Tonji, not his brother Jakuto.

During chapter 7, Yamcha noticed that there were posters asking for information about Junichi's whereabouts posted throughout South City. Feeling guilty, he visited Itteki, the saké store owned by Tonji Masamune. Without giving the secretary his name, he told her what had happened to Jun. She promised to inform Tonji about his nephew's death.

In chapter 8, while Yamcha and Puar were banditing (by baiting drivers with a 'Free Lemonade' stand), a man hauling saké for Masamune/Masamune stopped for a glass of free lemonade. Yamcha was going to rob him until the man revealed where he worked. Upon hearing that he was one of Tonji Masamune's employees, Yamcha let him go on his way.

Wolfe's WingsEdit

In chapter 1, several members of Wolfe's gang appeared with him when he came across Junichi, Lychrel, and Yamcha. They aided Wolfe in taking the saké from those three. One member even commented that Junichi was sick for attacking his uncle's delivery van.

In chapter 1, Sallow Saul was the veteran bandit who led a force of Wolfe's Wings on a mission to shoot down a small plane and steal the riches it was hauling. A couple was murdered by them (sans Yamcha) as they waited for the plane to appear. Their hovercar and belongings were looted. This group then accidentally shot down the wrong plane. The plane had been carrying members of a rival gang. Fearing Wolfe's reaction to what they had accidentally done, two bandits committed suicide, and another pair fled, though they were shot down by Sallow Saul before they could escape. The rest, including Yamcha, Akkan, and the unnamed necrophile, bravely returned to Wolfe's hideout to tell him what had happened.

In the first scene of chapter 2, many of Wolfe's bandits were seen inside the boss's hideout. They stared uneasily at Yamcha as he passed them by. Others participated in the battle against the yakuza, with several dying in that firefight, but most surviving. A female bandit was also shown to be Wolfe's consort when Yunwu went to visit him.

In chapter 3, when she met with Mazuchiru, Yunwu requested the services of 500 of his yakuza soldiers for the upcoming bandit war. He agreed, and she gave him thirty million zeni (taken from Wolfe's stores) to pay for them. Mazuchiru promised his yakuza would help her take over the Diablo Desert in the near future. Later on, one hundred bandits assisted Wolfe in assassinating the twelve leaders of the One-Eyed Jackalopes. After he sniped several of them from afar, Wolfe ordered a hundred bandits on bikes who were waiting behind the rocky formations to attack the remaining One-Eyed Jackalopes. His men were ruthless and killed them all. Then, all of them except for Rosey and Mingo followed him to the One-Eyed Jackalopes' hideout, where they planned on using Yunwu's tampered explosives to blow up the base.

In chapter 4, Wolfe and his Wings attacked the Warthogs' base in Diablo Desert. Taking the bandits unaware, Wolfe's Wings made short work of the Warthogs. They took only seven casualties (including Remi Alphonso). After looting the base, the Wings blew it up, ensuring every last member of the rival gang was killed.

In chapter 5, Wolfe and his Wings attacked a train passing through the Diablo Desert. They dressed up as Night Snakes to slander the Snakes' reputation, aiding Wolfe in stopping the train and stealing the zeni it had been hauling to Central City. Some of them were quite sad to find that the zeni had been marked and was thus useless, leaving them no treasure. Nonetheless, they all took a shot of expensive saké to celebrate their victory. Afterwards, they returned to Wolfe's secret hideout along with their leader. Later on, many bandits relaxed in Wolfe's hideout, getting drunk, smoking Yunwu's cigars, and eating the food Yamcha cooked for them. Many of them also participated in a poker tournament that left several bandits zeni-less. Later, when Snead met with Yunwu, she assured him that Mazuchiru and his men would arrive in Diablo Desert to strengthen Wolfe's forces the following day. Yunwu later thought to herself that if her plan was successful, the yakuza, the bandits, and all her enemies would be dead by the end of the week.

In chapter 6, Wolfe took many of his Wings with him to raid the Diablo Desert. Yamcha, Puar, Olivia, Miroslav, the dog-faced bandit, Javerres Mihn, and a few other bandits of lesser talents were left behind at Wolfe's elite hideout. There, they played cards, smoked, drank, and gambled. Around noon, Yamcha made lunch for all of the bandits. Then, a bandit named Javerres Mihn taught Yamcha how to trick an innocent bystander into dropping their wallet. After lunch, a bandit reported to Miroslav that Rosey had woken up, greatly frightening Yamcha and Puar. Before they could escape, Wolfe and the rest of his Wings returned from their banditing. One of the bandits told Wolfe that Rosey was awake as soon as the man stepped inside the base, with everyone else watching this from their seats. Later, much of the gang was seen eating a fine dinner of ham sandwiches with Yamcha when Wolfe came down to confront the boy about Puar, who had murdered Daisey. After Wolfe knocked Yamcha out of a window with a Wolf Fang Fist, his bandits ran outside after them to watch the fight continue.

They ran back inside after the Night Snakes had been spotted approaching their location in order to prepare for war. Later, Yamcha regained consciousness and saw Wolfe and his Wings exiting the hideout in all their vehicles, preparing to charge at the incoming army of Night Snakes. Then, led by Wolfe, the bandits charged the Night Snakes and the battle began. During the dusty, sandstorm-covered affair, most of Wolfe's elites were killed. Those who remained had, for the most part, jumped out of their bullet-ridden cars to fight on foot. Just as things were looking bleak, the rest of Wolfe's forces showed up and began to dominate the Night Snakes, for their vehicles now outnumbered their foes' even though the two sides were roughly equal in terms of fighters. This led to a quick rout, with the last of the Night Snakes being run down by the cars and bikes.

Later, after the battle between Wolfe's Wings and the Night Snakes, Mazuchiru and his remaining Chàoxing Gon members, their numbers having been reduced from the fight against Makare and Naigo, appeared before Yamcha, Wolfe, and the rest of the survivors. After telling the Wings that he knew they were the ones who had killed his men several weeks ago and stolen billions of zeni they had hidden in the desert, he shot one bandit, his men attacking the remainder of them soon after. A huge battle then ensued, though most of it was not seen, as Yamcha fled before he could be butchered like the rest of the Wings.

In chapter 7, Yamcha told Ren about the fight in the desert between the Night Snakes and Wolfe's Wings, which had been followed by the Chàoxing Gon ambushing the survivors, resulting in hundreds of deaths. He did not know who had ultimately won the battle, as he had fled before it had concluded. Later, Wolfe and his Wings were shown to have fled to a river leading to the southern ocean in the southern expanses of Diablo Desert. Roughly seventeen of them had survived, including Doc, Olivia, Javerres Mihn, and Thoras. Eventually, upon learning of Rosey's death in Bonetown, Javerres organized a host of bandits to seek revenge for him. Along with Mihn, eight others joined him, leaving only eight bandits remaining with Wolfe (two of whom were so wounded that they would die before nightfall). After retaking Wolfe's elite hideout, Yamcha speculated that Wolfe and his Wings had been wiped out by the yakuza.

Yunwu's servantsEdit

In chapter 1, it was revealed that due to the samurai lord Naigo rampaging through South City at the time, Yunwu needed to be escorted to her various meetings for the day by armed guards.

In chapter 1, Yunwu's attendants and handmaidens followed her around as she went from meeting room to meeting room. When she returned to her apartment, some followed her there, providing services such as cooking and cleaning. One of Yunwu's attendants told her that Naigo had escaped from the police after a brief skirmish. The attendant also told Yunwu that she had thirteen more clients to meet with. But as exhausted as she was, the deputy mayor had no desire to meet with them, instead giving them the first thirteen guaranteed slots for next month's meetings.

In chapter 3, after Naigo and Makare refused to fight in the bandit war for Yunwu's side, she sent Captain Fortier and a detachment of guards after the two, ordering them to kill the samurai. However, Fortier and his men were cut down by Makare and Naigo. Only two guards remained with her afterwards, and they escorted her to Mazuchiru's waiting room before escorting her back to her apartment.

In chapter 3, Yunwu's attendants informed her, after she returned to her apartment, that Ren had not yet returned.

In chapter 4, one guard escorted Yunwu to Silver Snead's holding cell. Though he was her most senior guard, she did not know his name. After he brought her to Snead, she excused him from the room.

In chapter 4, Yunwu noted that of all her attendants, only her butler was allowed to carry a pistol. The rest of her attendants remained in her apartments, making life as easy as possible for her.

In chapter 4, Yunwu thought to herself that while her butler was a capable man, he was nothing compared to Captain Fortier. She cursed Makare for killing him and his men.

In chapter 4, Yunwu's guards brought Doctor Gero his 10 billion zeni in the form of gold bars and zeni notes.

In chapter 5, one of Yunwu's attendants alerted her to the fact that Snead had returned with Ren. Another woke her up after she spent the night with Ren out in her zen garden. After noticing her banana tree's leaves were turning yellow, she asked her attendants if they had been over-watering it. Everyone assured her they had not. Later on, as the banana tree was not getting better, she told her attendants that if the plant died, she would fire all of them. Then, she told one of her favorite attendants, the second daughter of the mayor of West City, that she wanted a scarecrow installed in the garden to get rid of all the birds.

In chapter 5, when Yunwu went to meet with Mazuchiru, she took two guards with her. They escorted her back to her apartment after she received the mason jar with the black widow spider in it (which Yunwu considered to be a threat against her life by Mazuchiru).

In chapter 6, one of Yunwu's attendants told her that Jakuto Masamune, the brother of Tonji Masamune, had stopped by to discuss their business dealings. Then she and her attendant discussed Mazuchiru's loyalties, the latter noting that Hasky was trailing the yakuza. Yunwu ordered her to tell Hasky that the thief that she was to get visual confirmation that Mazuchiru and his men were heading to Wolfe's elite hideout. Another attendant prepared to make breakfast for Ren until Yunwu dismissed him, deciding to do it herself. Later, another servant poured Yunwu another cup of green tea, which she downed immediately. Later, when she was feeling ill, she told a servant that no one was to disturb her unless something serious required her attention.

In chapter 6, Yunwu noted that because of Mazuchiru's prior threat to her (the spider in the jar), she had placed armed guards around her apartment. She met with them after breakfast, where they assured her that there were no threats at present. Even so, she kept the skyscraper on lockdown.

NaigoEdit

In chapter 1, it was revealed that due to the samurai lord Naigo rampaging through South City at the time, Yunwu needed to be escorted to her various meetings for the day by armed guards. Yunwu reflected that she would have to deal with him at some point. Later, one of Yunwu's attendants told her that Naigo had escaped from the police after a brief skirmish.

In chapter 3, Yunwu revealed that she had brokered an alliance between the samurai Makare and Naigo. She wanted their army to fight in the upcoming bandit war in the Diablo Desert, but they refused. When she stated she had saved them from the police, they just laughed at her and left, threatening her in the process. She later sent Captain Fortier and a detachment of guards after the two, ordering them to kill the samurai. However, Fortier and his men were cut down by Makare and Naigo.

In chapter 6, after Yunwu and Ren had breakfast, the deputy mayor received a message from Daniel Parroda, who was her contact in Orange Star City. He told her that Mazuchiru's men had gotten in a huge fight with Makare and Naigo, with the latter two killing all of the Chàoxing Gon in that city. Yunwu ordered him to find a way to weaken Makare and Naigo's forces as well, and Daniel promised to do so before ending their communication.

MakareEdit

In chapter 1, Yunwu met with Makare, whom she described as a rapturous and delusional swordsman. The details of their meeting were not revealed in this chapter.

In chapter 3, Yunwu revealed that she had brokered an alliance between the samurai Makare and Naigo. She wanted their army to fight in the upcoming bandit war in the Diablo Desert, but they refused. When she stated she had saved them from the police, they just laughed at her and left, threatening her in the process. She later sent Captain Fortier and a detachment of guards after the two, ordering them to kill the samurai. However, Fortier and his men were cut down by Makare and Naigo.

In chapter 4, Yunwu revealed that she knew Makare was now in Orange Star City. She wanted to nuke the entire city to make sure he was killed. She later thought to herself that while her butler was a capable man, he was nothing compared to Captain Fortier. She cursed Makare for killing him and his men.

In chapter 5, Yunwu met with Elijah the samurai. He asked her to find out what Makare was doing in Orange Star City in exchange for a 10% stake in Masamune/Masamune. She eventually agreed to do this for a 15% stake, though Yunwu was unsure who was the best person to pay for intel on Makare.

In chapter 6, after Yunwu and Ren had breakfast, the deputy mayor received a message from Daniel Parroda, who was her contact in Orange Star City. He told her that Mazuchiru's men had gotten in a huge fight with Makare and Naigo, with the latter two killing all of the Chàoxing Gon in that city. Yunwu ordered him to find a way to weaken Makare and Naigo's forces as well, and Daniel promised to do so before ending their communication.

Doctor GeroEdit

In chapter 1, Dr. Gero met with Yunwu, the deputy mayor of South City, in order to discuss if she could help him secure an infinite energy device or not. After some discussion, she decided to help him secure such a device.

In chapter 4, Yunwu met with Doctor Gero to purchase one of his prototype infinite energy devices. He flirted with her the entire time, but she kept her composure, even promising to go on a date with him in two weeks to keep him placated. She purchased the device for 10 billion zeni. After he gave it to her, Gero warned Yunwu that it would produce a huge explosion if it was hit by an EMP discharge. Yunwu's guards then brought in the 10 billion zeni, and Gero left much richer and much hornier than when he had arrived.

In chapter 6, during their video communication, the mayor of South City asked Yunwu if she had purchased a prototype infinite energy device from Doctor Gero. Yunwu denied having done so, but the mayor knew that Gero had returned to the Red Ribbon Army HQ with one infinite energy device fewer than he had left with. He reminded her of what he had told her during her first day as the deputy mayor - that she would be dispensed with when she became inconvenient to him. Backed into a corner, Yunwu was forced to admit that she spent ten billion zeni to buy an infinite energy device from Gero. Yunwu later thought to herself, while in bed, that she should send Hasky after Gero to kill him for ratting her out to the mayor (in actuality, it had been Violet who had done so, not Gero) and not detonate the infinite energy device against the yakuza and bandits who were fighting around Wolfe's elite hideout in the Diablo Desert. Yunwu was too delirious to text Hasky, so she had Ren send a message to the thief to not use the infinite energy device yet and hold tight.

In chapter 7, when Violet argued with Hasky about who owned the infinite energy device, Violet told the thief that she knew Gero had illegally sold the device to Yunwu. Hasky, for all her worth, didn't care.

South City PoliceEdit

In chapter 1, it was revealed that the samurai lord Naigo was rampaging through South City. Later, one of Yunwu's attendants told her that Naigo had escaped from the police after a brief skirmish.

In chapter 3, after Makare and Naigo refused to fight in the bandit war for Yunwu's side, she stated she had saved them from the police - from all the murders they had committed and various criminal operations they were guilty of engaging in - but the two were not grateful for what she had done for them. Later, when Snead, Yamcha, Lychrel, and Rheems fled the burning House of the Blue Lotus, they were stopped outside by a host of police officers, and the four of them were arrested.

In chapter 4, Yunwu alerted the policemen guarding Silver Snead that Snead was to be set free. The policemen were shocked, as Snead had already confessed to bombing the House of the Blue Lotus. She swore to them that his confession had just been a mix up, though.

In chapter 6, Yunwu noted that because of Mazuchiru's prior threat to her (the spider in the jar), she had ordered policemen to guard the lower levels of her skyscraper.

In chapter 7, Yamcha, Puar, and Mike held up a gas station, taking all of its beef jerky. That was the fourth store they had held up that night. However, during the scuffle, Mike killed the cashier, prompting them to flee to the car, where Ji Sul Nim awaited them. Soon the police were on them, which started a frantic chase through South City. Although Mike shot a few times at the pursuing police, neither Puar nor Yamcha aided him.

After a harrowing police chase through the city, Ji Sul Nim drove the crew to the docks on the northern side of the island containing South City, leading them to an escape boat. The police followed them there, forcing the four of them to take cover behind the ruinous buildings. During the struggle, Ji Sul shot two of the police, wounded a third with his fists, and wrestled the gun away from the fourth, though he was gunned down by her last remaining ally. Nonetheless, this allowed Yamcha, Puar, and Mike to flee. They resolved to go to the boat only after they had dealt with the police pursuit.

During the attempt, however, Mike was killed and Yamcha and Puar fled down the dock. One policeman caught up with Yamcha and Puar, provoking a stand-off. Yamcha recognized him as the man who had interrogated him after the incident in the Blue Lotus. Regardless, he did not listen to the man, eventually shooting him and fleeing from the city along with Puar on Ji Sul Nim's boat. While the policeman threatened Yamcha, the boy did not care. He and Puar sailed back to Diablo Desert, knowing that their only hope lay there.

Sallow SaulEdit

In chapter 1, Sallow Saul was the veteran bandit who led a force of Wolfe's Wings on a mission to shoot down a small plane and steal the riches it was hauling. Before the plane arrived, Saul questioned Yamcha about his origins, but the boy only gave him vague replies. His team, which included Yamcha and a handful of others, accidentally shot down the wrong plane. The plane had been carrying members of a rival gang. Fearing Wolfe's reaction to what they had accidentally done, two bandits committed suicide, and another pair fled, though they were shot down by Sallow Saul before they could escape. The rest, including Yamcha, bravely returned to Wolfe's hideout to tell him what had happened.

In chapter 2, Sallow Saul, along with Akkan, the unnamed necrophile, and Yamcha, was brought before Wolfe to relay the information about what had happened to the Night Snakes' plane. Wolfe then became visibly enraged and killed Saul as the man was pleading for his life.

Unlucky coupleEdit

In chapter 1, this couple was murdered by Sallow Saul and his companions (sans Yamcha) as they waited for the plane they were meant to ambush to appear. Their hovercar and belongings were looted.

AkkanEdit

In chapter 1, Akkan was the first bandit Sallow Saul ordered to shoot at the plane. He survived the entire encounter and was one of two bandits, aside from Saul and Yamcha, to return to Wolfe's hideout following the accidental destruction of the Night Snakes' plane.

In chapter 2, Akkan, along with Saul, the unnamed necrophile, and Yamcha, was brought before Wolfe to relay the information about what had happened to the Night Snakes' plane. Wolfe then became visibly enraged and killed Saul. Akkan pleaded for his life, telling Wolfe he had a daughter, but the ganglord shot him in the head nonetheless.

NiaEdit

In chapter 1, Nia was the second bandit Sallow Saul ordered to shoot at the plane. After Saul's band realized the plane they had shot down had belonged to the Night Snakes, Nia and another bandit ran off in terror, fearing Wolfe's reaction to the news. Sallow Saul calmly shot her and her companion dead as they attempted to flee.

Night SnakesEdit

In chapter 1, a plane carrying several senior members of the Night Snakes gang was shot down by Sallow Saul and his detachment of Wolfe's Wings. Fearing Wolfe's reaction to what they had accidentally done, two bandits committed suicide, and another pair fled, though they were shot down by Sallow Saul before they could escape. The rest, including Yamcha, Akkan, and the unnamed necrophile, bravely returned to Wolfe's hideout to tell him what had happened. Before he followed the rest back, however, Yamcha found an ornate sword amongst the plane wreckage and decided to bring it back with him. Later, Ren was sent to Yunwu to relay this sensitive information to the deputy mayor of South City.

In chapter 2, Sallow Saul, Akkan, the unnamed necrophile, and Yamcha returned to Wolfe's hideout to tell him that they had shot down a plane of Night Snakes. Wolfe became visibly enraged at the news and killed everyone except for Yamcha, who had brought back a valuable Night Snakes sword from the plane wreckage. Wolfe stated too that at some point in the near future, due to what Saul's detachment had done, there would be a gang war between the Night Snakes and Wings. Later, as Wolfe and Yunwu were discussion the impending gang war between Wolfe's Wings and the Night Snakes, Wolfe stated that at the end of the war, there would be no more gangs left except for his - no more Night Snakes, no more Bulldogs, no more One-eyed Jackalopes. He intended to destroy all of them.

In chapter 3, one of the One-eyed Jackalope leaders demanded that Wolfe meet with them himself if he wanted to explain what had happened to the Night Snakes' plane.

In chapter 4, Hoggins admitted to Wolfe that his gang had joined forces with the Night Snakes to get back at Wolfe's Wings for shooting down the Night Snakes' plane. Hoggins also revealed that all the other gangs in the desert had joined with the Night Snakes too. Later on, Thoras told Wolfe that he suspected the Night Snakes had stolen all of his poison. Wolfe thought to himself that they weren't stupid enough to do that, as stealing so much poison would never go unnoticed. However, he was not sure who had stolen it in this chapter. Later, when Yunwu was plotting with Thoras over the phone, she told him that her plan was to have Mazuchiru's men crush the Night Snakes, allowing Thoras to be her liaison in the Diablo Desert thereafter.

In chapter 4, Yunwu revealed to her yakuza prisoner that she had had Hasky hack into Mazuchiru's computer, thus learning about his wars against the Red Ribbon Army and his excursions to the southeast. This forced the prisoner to admit that Mazuchiru commanded a force of more than one thousand.

In chapter 5, Wolfe's trusted bandits told Yamcha the story about Thoras' stolen poison and the Night Snakes' supposed treachery. Later on, when raiding the train carrying King Furry's money, Wolfe, Yamcha, and the rest wore Night Snakes garb to make the Snakes look bad.

In chapter 6, during Wolfe's fight against Yamcha outside of his hideout, Silver Snead noticed the host of Night Snakes approaching their position through his binoculars. He alerted Wolfe of the fact, but died before he could tell the man who exactly was approaching. It took another bandit to confirm that it was indeed the Night Snakes. There were hundreds of them. Wolfe and his elite Wings, outnumbered six to one, charged the Night Snakes in their own cars a few minutes later, and the battle began. During the dusty, sandstorm-covered affair, most of Wolfe's elites were killed by the overwhelming force of Night Snakes. Those who remained had, for the most part, jumped out of their bullet-ridden cars to fight on foot. This led to a quick rout, with the last of the Night Snakes being run down by the cars and bikes.

In chapter 7, Yamcha told Ren about the fight in the desert between the Night Snakes and Wolfe's Wings, which had been followed by the Chàoxing Gon ambushing the survivors, resulting in hundreds of deaths. He did not know who had ultimately won the battle, as he had fled before it had concluded.

Unnamed necrophileEdit

In chapter 1, this character was part of Sallow Saul's detachment sent on a mission to shoot down a small plane and steal the riches it was hauling. After it was discovered that they had shot down the wrong plane (a plane that had been carrying several senior members of a rival gang), he declared, “Well, if we’re screwed, I may as well get one last fuckin’ over on the world!”. Then, the man proceeded to take a female corpse from the plane's wreckage and copulate with it. Nevertheless, he survived the entire encounter and was one of two bandits, aside from Saul and Yamcha, to return to Wolfe's hideout following the accidental destruction of the Night Snakes' plane.

In chapter 2, this man, along with Akkan, Saul, and Yamcha, was brought before Wolfe to relay the information about what had happened to the Night Snakes' plane. Wolfe then became visibly enraged and killed Saul and Akkan with a pistol. Then, the unnamed necrophile attempted to plead for his life, but seeing that wasn't going to work, he charged at Wolfe, preparing to knock the gun from his hand, but the ganglord shot him in the head before he could.

Children of ChaosEdit

In chapter 1, a detachment of Children of Chaos soldiers was shown guarding the research station at Yunzabit Heights that the Negative Utilitarianism League was using as its meeting place. They were loyal to the mayor of South City, as well as Colonel Violet. Several members assisted in the cleanup of Bobo's corpse.

In chapter 3, the mayor noted that the Children of Chaos, who operated the Yunzabit Heights research facility, were loyal only to him and Violet. Later on, the mayor instructed Sergeant Tyrian to inform his men about his plan to kill the members of NUL with the Yalung beast. He requested Tyrian find eight men to carry the box down to their meeting chamber sometime in the future.

In chapter 5, during the NUL meeting outside on the iceberg, several guards were stationed around the group in order to protect them. Inside the research facility, Shyrin was flanked by two guards, and numerous others were on patrol. Corporal Shyrin told the mayor of South City that the Yalung had eaten four soldiers since the last report. He also noted that they were now using tranquilizing bullets instead of live ammunition while hunting the Yalung.

In chapter 6, several soldiers closed the door to the NUL meeting inside the research station in preparation for the mayor releasing the Yalung inside. Later, Cyprus threatened to use the Children of Chaos to escort the mayor off the island if he kept triggering the group (of course they would never listen to Cyprus). When the Yalung entered the room, the mayor sprinted over to the door, where Shyrin and his soldiers waited for the man in full riot gear. Shyrin told him that it was not safe and that they had to leave, but the mayor refused, as he wanted to watch the NUL-ites get torn to pieces. The soldiers later pulled the mayor out of the room after the Yalung attacked him, shooting the beast many times, making it back off and allowing them to lock it in the room with the corpses.

In chapter 7, Colonel Violet was flown to the Diablo Desert with one twelve-man team of Children of Chaos that included her pilot, Shyrin, and Cassian. She ordered Shyrin and Cassian to be the only two to accompany her to Hasky's location, leaving the rest to cover them with sniper rifles. After several shots were fired during Violet's confrontation with Hasky, the rest of her team moved to the location of the fight, but by the time they got there, Violet had already subdued Hasky. Once Cassian procured the infinite energy device from the thief, Violet told her team that they were going to return to the mayor.

Some time later, while he was patching up their wounds, Doc told Wolfe's Wings that he had just gotten back from Bonetown, where the Children of Chaos had taken over. He told Wolfe that the Children of Chaos had taken out all of the other bandits in the desert. He also revealed that he had run into Rosey there. Rosey had wanted to come back with Doc, but before that could happen, he had been killed after he had gotten into an argument with a purple-haired woman in the Fire and Blood tavern. Some time later, as he was walking through Bonetown, the mayor noticed that there were many Children of Chaos around. Later on, the mayor noticed the corpse of Rosey, who had been killed by Violet in a scuffle in a bar earlier; the Children of Chaos had decapitated him and stuck his head on a pike.

In chapter 7, Yamcha and Puar returned to Wolfe's elite hideout, finding the place abandoned. When he parked Mighty Mouse in its garage, that alerted a group of three Children of Chaos soldiers who were nearby of bandit activity in the region. They demanded he remove himself from the garage and accused him of being a bandit, raising their weapons at the boy. He attacked them with breathtaking speed, knocking them unconscious with a few well-timed blows. He sent them back to their transport vehicle, where they eventually woke up and fled back to Bonetown.

In chapter 8, while the mayor of South City was playing poker in the Fire and Blood tavern, he randomly got the urge to shoot a bar patron. This caused many people to flee. The bartender pointed a shotgun at him, demanding an explanation for his erratic behavior. Just at that moment, a detachment of the Children of Chaos entered the bar and forced him to drop his weapon and his complaint. They left with the mayor soon after.

Later on, when Violet asked the mayor what to do about Mazuchiru, he demanded that she gather up the Children of Chaos and ready them to meet with Mazuchiru in the main street, with the whole town as their witness. Afterwards, when Mazuchiru and his forces arrived, Violet and her men met them on the outskirts of Bonetown, where she demanded that if the yakuza wanted to enter they leave their weapons in their hovercars. This outraged Mazuchiru, although Violet allowed his yakuza to unload his supplies and slaves while they waited for the mayor to appear. She ordered Cassian and the rest of her soldiers to inspect Mazuchiru's men, making sure none of them were carrying weapons, but they were unable to complete this check before the mayor showed up. Contradicting Violet, Nathaniel told the groups that they would discuss the terms of their partnership right there in the open, not inside the hotel. Then, he insulted Mazuchiru, causing the yakuza boss to open fire, hitting him. The Children of Chaos retaliated, and so did Mazuchiru's men, causing a huge firefight to erupt between the groups.

The Chàoxing Gon were significantly outnumbered, and thus the battle soon turned against them. Mazuchiru himself was forced to flee, though Violet shot him three times - twice in the arm, and once in the side, below the kidney. His men swarmed around him to protect him, eventually loading him into a hovercar to flee. Indeed, only Mazuchiru and his driver of the Chàoxing Gon were able to flee that day, with the rest of his entourage being butchered by the Children of Chaos. Cassian led his men well that day, even though they took significant losses.

After the battle was over, the Children of Chaos carried the mayor back to the hotel where medics were waiting to try to save him. Violet ordered them to save him at any cost, though she left the hotel soon after so they could get to work. Later on, after the mayor woke up from his surgery, panicked, escaped from the hotel, and ran down the road, Yamcha pegged him in the head with his baseball, knocking the man out cold. Four Children of Chaos who were nearby retaliated by shooting at the boy, but he ran for cover, finding a yakuza's pistol, and shot all of them from under a parked hovercar, wounding them enough so that they wouldn't be able to chase him any further. Later on, medics and more Children of Chaos rushed towards the mayor, who had collapsed in the main street of Bonetown after escaping from his surgery, and they soon killed the last living yakuza who had just shot Violet.

When Violet later visited Nathaniel in the South City hospital, soldiers were stationed in front of his room, as well as across the entire floor, with snipers located in nearby buildings as well.

During the late summer of Age 749, Yamcha and Puar hijacked a caravan transporting silver ore to South City, dispossessing the anthropomorphic cat driver from his haul and leaving him in the desert. They took the ore to Bonetown with hopes of selling it there, but found the place lying in ruins, bodies strewn about. Yamcha noted that the bodies were of the Children of Chaos and of soldiers wearing white-and-black armor from an organization he did not recognize.

NULEdit

In chapter 1, it was revealed that the Negative Utilitarianism League was using a Children of Chaos research station in Yunzabit Heights as its meeting place. The mayor was still an active participant in this group as of this chapter.

In chapter 3, the mayor of South City went to Sergeant Tyrian of the Children of Chaos and detailed to the man his plan to kill the members of NUL with the Yalung beast. He requested Tyrian find eight men to carry the box down to their meeting chamber sometime in the future. The mayor got high and then proceeded to attend the next NUL meeting, feigning sickness when asked about why he hadn't been coming to the past few meetings. During the meeting, the mayor did not listen to anything the NUL members had to say, but instead thought about how he would kill them for hurting his mind with their pseudo-philosophical nonsense.

In chapter 5, the NUL members gathered on an iceberg at Yunzabit Heights to become "one with pain". Many of them grew upset with the mayor of South City when he began to disparage their philosophical beliefs, begging him to leave them so they would not be pained.

In chapter 6, all three dozen of the NUL-ites gathered in the research station's huge meeting hall for another one of their get-togethers. There, they listened to each other's various sob-stories while getting triggered and berated by Nathaniel. Eventually, the Yalung broke through the vent on the far side of the room and attacked the unsuspecting NUL-ites, eating many of them, tearing them to pieces, and covering himself in their blood in the process. By the time he was locked in the room, he had butchered every last NUL-ite.

Mercenary TaoEdit

In chapter 1, Mercenary Tao procured a mysterious Yalung (whatever the heck that is) for the mayor of South City, stashing it in a secret room in the Children of Chaos' research station in Yunzabit Heights. He stated that capturing it, not killing it, proved to be a difficult task that took him three days. He warned the mayor not to let the Yalung out of its cage until he was certain he would be safely away from its rampage. After getting annoyed by Bobo, the Yalung's self-appointed handler, Tao killed him.

In chapter 3, Yunwu attempted to hire Mercenary Tao to assassinate Koicharu Mazuchiru, a yakuza boss. When Tao stated his price was 10 billion zeni, she countered with 10 million. Tao then left, as their prices were too far apart to negotiate.

In chapter 5, after he killed Doctor Faustus and began eating dinner, the mayor of South City called up Tao on his phone. He believed Tao was the only one capable of catching the Yalung. He ordered Tao to return to Yunzabit Heights at once, and Tao agreed. When the mayor asked him to bring Bobo too, however, Tao had to tell Nathaniel the unfortunate truth: that Bobo was dead.

YalungEdit

In chapter 1, Mercenary Tao procured a mysterious Yalung (whatever the heck that is) for the mayor of South City, stashing it in a secret room in the Children of Chaos' research station in Yunzabit Heights. He stated that capturing it, not killing it, proved to be a difficult task that took him three days. He warned the mayor not to let the Yalung out of its cage until he was certain he would be safely away from its rampage. This creature's purpose, appearance, and strength were left undescribed in this chapter.

In chapter 3, the mayor of South City briefly considered letting the Yalung loose upon himself and Doctor Faustus so he would be able to hear Faustus scream. He did not go through with that plan, though. Later on, after he returned from his NUL meeting, the mayor realized that the Yalung had escaped from its cage and was nowhere to be seen.

In chapter 5, after the mayor returned from the NUL meeting on the iceberg, he met with Corporal Shyrin. Shyrin told him that the Yalung had eaten four soldiers since the last report. He also noted that they were now using tranquilizing bullets instead of live ammunition while hunting the Yalung. The mayor told Shyrin to keep him posted on any new developments before leaving him. On his way back to his room, the mayor thought he heard the Yalung in the walls.

After finding Tyrian's corpse in his kitchen, Nathaniel wondered if Tyrian had tracked the beast into his room before it had ambushed him. He decided to call up Tao on his phone. He believed Tao was the only one capable of catching the Yalung. He ordered Tao to return to Yunzabit Heights at once, and Tao agreed. When the mayor asked him to bring Bobo too, however, Tao had to tell Nathaniel the unfortunate truth: that Bobo was dead. Saddened, the mayor collapsed in a kitchen chair and started to fall asleep when he felt something breathing on his hand, which was positioned directly over a metal grate on the floor. Whether or not the mayor hallucinated this encounter is unknown, but if not, then the Yalung was within several inches of him, separated by only a thin layer of tile flooring, at that moment.

In chapter 6, after the mayor went in to the large meeting room to meet with the NUL-ites, Shyrin contacted him in his earpiece, letting him know that they were ready to smoke the Yalung into the room through the vent. The mayor told him to commence at once, and Shyrin obliged. Soon after, the mayor asked for a status update, as he could not stand the NUL-ites' whining. Shyrin alerted him that the Yalung was moving towards the vent. He eventually broke through the vent and attacked the unsuspecting NUL-ites, eating many of them, tearing them to pieces, and covering himself in their blood in the process. He eventually chased after the pink-haired NUL-ite, but when the mayor shot her, the beast attacked him, taking out one of his eyes and a large chunk of his face. The Children of Chaos shot the Yalung many times, which pushed it back, allowing them to lock it in the room with the corpses.

BoboEdit

In chapter 1, Bobo was the self-appointed handler of the Yalung. When he started making annoying Yalung calls and sounds, Mercenary Tao killed him right in front of the mayor of South City. Several members of the Children of Chaos' Yunzabit Heights detachment assisted in the cleanup of Bobo's corpse.

In chapter 4, at the conclusion of his conversation with Yunwu, the mayor of South City asked her to tell Bobo that he would not be long. Yunwu, naturally, had no idea who Bobo was.

In chapter 5, the mayor of South City ordered Tao to return to Yunzabit Heights at once, in order to catch the Yalung who had broken loose, and Tao agreed. When the mayor asked him to bring Bobo too, however, Tao had to tell Nathaniel the unfortunate truth: that Bobo was dead. Later on, as he was falling asleep, Nathaniel thought about how much he missed Violet, Yunwu, Tyrian, and Bobo.

JorackEdit

In chapter 2, Wolfe stated that Jorack, a boss of the Night Snakes, had been the original owner of the Azure Dragon Sword.

ThorasEdit

In chapter 2, this man was sitting on a chair next to Yamcha's room and was singing a song. When he saw Yamcha, he spat, but continued singing nonetheless.

In chapter 3, Yunwu thought about how she had sent Ren to pick up some poison from Thoras, one of Wolfe's bandits whom she had introduced to Wolfe many years ago (and thus trusted more than most bandits).

In chapter 4, Rosey and Thoras were seen waiting for Wolfe outside his hideout as he and his Wings returned from destroying the Warthogs gang. The three immediately took the secret entrance to Wolfe's room. After he had finished speaking to Rosey, Wolfe told Thoras that he wanted him to become the gang's cook again because their previous cook, Remi Alphonso, had been killed in the assault on the Warthogs' base. Thoras declined due to his age, stating that he'd only be willing to train Remi's replacements. Wolfe promised to find him several prospective line cooks soon. Then, Thoras told Wolfe that he suspected the Night Snakes had stolen all of his poison. Wolfe thought to himself that they weren't stupid enough to do that, as stealing so much poison would never go unnoticed. However, he was not sure who had stolen it in this chapter. Growing paranoid, Wolfe didn't end up drinking from his own prized bottle of Parroda's whiskey, instead asking Thoras to give him some of his alcohol, as he somewhat suspected the veteran bandit was the one trying to poison him.

Later, Yunwu called up Thoras to learn about Ren's condition. The man told her that the girl was stable, but that Wolfe had taken her and his most trusted bandits to a different hideout on account of Thoras' poison being stolen. He also revealed that he had given some of his poison to Ren so that the girl could kill Wolfe, but that the rest had been stolen by an unknown force. Thoras was not one of the bandits allowed to go to the new hideout, however. Yunwu was pleased by this nonetheless, thinking that Ren would have an easy opportunity to poison Wolfe at the new hideout. Then Yunwu told Thoras that her plan was to have Mazuchiru's men crush the Night Snakes, allowing Thoras to become her liaison in the Diablo Desert thereafter. While this made Thoras happy, he expressed concern over trusting the yakuza. Yunwu agreed that they could not be trusted, but there was no other way to move forward with her plan to take over Diablo Desert.

In chapter 5, after tasting the steak dinner Yamcha prepared, Wolfe declared the boy his new cook, stating he no longer needed Thoras to cook for him.

In chapter 6, after a bandit had noticed the Night Snakes approaching Wolfe's secret hideout, Wolfe ordered Thoras, over a walkie-talkie, and the rest of his Wings to meet them at his location as soon as possible.

In chapter 7, Wolfe and the few remaining members of his Wings made it to a river leading to the southern ocean in the southern expanses of Diablo Desert. Following their fight against the yakuza in the previous chapter, many of them had been wounded, and thus required Doc's attention. He worked on Wolfe, Olivia, and several others who had significant injuries. While he was patching up their wounds, Doc told them that he had just gotten back from Bonetown, where the Children of Chaos had taken over. He told Wolfe that the Children of Chaos had taken out all of the other bandits in the desert. He also revealed that he had run into Rosey there. Rosey had wanted to come back with Doc, but before that could happen, he had been killed after he had gotten into an argument with a purple-haired woman in the Fire and Blood tavern.

Olivia said they should avenge Rosey, but Wolfe forbade them from going to Bonetown, as that would be nothing more than a suicidal charge. Thoras did not go to Bonetown with Javerres and about half of the other Wings. Later, Wolfe addressed him, praising him for his courage and loyalty. Then, he asked the man about his missing poison. Thoras admitted it had been stolen, but he did not know by whom. Wolfe told him that he would not execute him, instead promoting Thoras to the gang's chef again. Later, Wolfe told everyone that they would be leaving Diablo Desert until the Wings returned to a population of around five hundred.

WheattyEdit

In chapter 2, Wheatty was part of the detachment with Yamcha sent to patrol the Diablo Desert. He was the driver of Yamcha's car. They stole goods and valuables from several travelers in the desert. Later, he participated in the battle against the Chàoxing Gon yakuza. He used his car to ram into various yakuza, taking several bullet wounds in the process. He was one of eight bandits to survive the battle and later helped Yamcha, Snead, and Rico dig up the yakuza's buried money. When one yakuza they had assumed was dead suddenly attacked them, he first shot Wheatty, whose body fell into the pit they had dug the money out of. Later on, it was revealed that Wheatty survived the wounds he had taken due to Yamcha noticing that he was still alive after falling into the hole. The boy and Silver Snead had brought him back to Wolfe's hideout where he was treated and expected to live.

JessEdit

In chapter 2, Jess was part of the detachment with Yamcha sent to patrol the Diablo Desert. They stole goods and valuables from several travelers in the desert. After stealing a diamond necklace from a poor passerby, she kissed Yamcha on the lips (much to the boy's astonishment). Later, she participated in the battle against the Chàoxing Gon yakuza. In the battle, she was killed by a bullet to the throat.

In chapter 4, when Yamcha was brought before Koicharu Mazuchiru, he had a flashback to the fight in the desert against the yakuza, and he thought back to his memories of Jess for a moment.

In chapter 6, as he was being driven off towards the Night Snakes, Yamcha briefly thought of Jess, who had once ridden shotgun in a truck just like Olivia was at present.

Silver SneadEdit

In chapter 2, Silver Snead was part of the detachment with Yamcha sent to patrol the Diablo Desert. They stole goods and valuables from several travelers in the desert. Later, he participated in the battle against the Chàoxing Gon yakuza. He used his sniper rifle to shoot at the yakuza from the left side of the car. In the battle, he took a bullet to the ear, but was otherwise unscathed. He was one of eight bandits to survive the battle and later helped Yamcha, Wheatty, and Rico dig up the yakuza's buried money. When one yakuza they had assumed was dead suddenly attacked them, shooting Wheatty and taking Yamcha hostage, Snead calmly killed the man with a sniper shot to the back of the head. He and Yamcha were the only two thought to have survived the encounter, and thus it was up to them and them alone to load the money onto the truck. Later in the chapter, Silver Snead came to get Yamcha while he was doing dishes and brought him to Wolfe. On the way over, Snead told Yamcha that Wheatty would live (having only sustained moderate bullet damage from the yakuza) much to Yamcha's relief. Wolfe then told the group of bandits he had assembled - Snead, Yamcha, Lychrel, Pacheko, and Rheems - that they were going to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard by blowing up the House of the Blue Lotus. Snead questioned Wolfe, but Wolfe threatened to kill him if he said another word, so everyone then agreed to perform the mission to their best ability.

In chapter 3, Silver Snead went to South City with Yamcha, Lychrel, Pacheko, and Rheems to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard. He led them and reminded the group that all that mattered was killing the Captain. Once they made their way inside the House of the Blue Lotus, he instructed Pacheko to arm the explosives. When Yamcha began to freak out upon noticing the topless dancers, Snead ordered Lychrel to get the boy under control or he would kill him. Lychrel was barely able to do this, though she refused to give the boy a handjob, which was Snead's recommendation for calming him down. Snead then instructed Lychrel and Yamcha to help Pacheko arm the explosives. Later on, he helped the others set the explosives up. When Lychrel and Rheems began flirting, Snead told them both to shut up and get back to work. Soon after, Pacheko accidentally set off one wall of explosives, killing himself and damaging the whorehouse significantly. In the explosion, Lychrel's right eye burst and much of her face and body was burnt. Snead and Yamcha helped carry her out of the building where they ran into a crowd of people and a host of cops. The cops arrested the four of them soon thereafter. Yamcha was surprised that Snead was not able to save them from the cops.

In chapter 4, Yamcha revealed that Snead had told him and the others to keep quiet while the police were interrogating them, as he had come up with a plan. Later, Yamcha blamed Snead and Wolfe for what had happened at the House of the Blue Lotus. When Yamcha met up with Rheems after being released from the police station, the fox man told Yamcha that Snead had confessed to bombing the whorehouse and was taking full blame. When Yamcha questioned why he would do this, Rheems simply stated that Snead had a plan to free himself as well. Later on, Wolfe asked Thoras if the man had heard anything from Snead and the gang. When Thoras said he had not, Wolfe thought to himself that there was a good chance they were all dead, but he couldn't give into fear yet. Later on, Yunwu met with Snead in her tower. At first she tried to interrogate him, but when he told her to either set him free or kill him, she agreed to set him free... for a price. The Lady of South City demanded that Ren be returned to her in three days time. She threatened to not only kill Snead, but all of Wolfe's Wings, including Wolfe, if Ren was not returned to her. Snead promised to return the girl, and so he was allowed to leave. Then Yunwu alerted the policemen waiting outside the room that Silver Snead was to be set free. The policemen were shocked, as Snead had already confessed to bombing the House of the Blue Lotus. She swore to them that his confession had just been a mix up, though.

In chapter 5, Wolfe recalled that he had once broken Snead's arm trying to teach him the Wolf Fang Fist. Naturally, that had been the end of Snead's training with the technique. Later, Snead returned to Wolfe's secret hideout. He brought Yunwu's gift of illegal Central City cigars to Wolfe for his gang's success in assassinating King Furry's Captain of the Guard. He also alerted Ren that he was going to take her back to South City after dinner. During dinner, Snead joined in the poker games and drinking and even smoked five cigars - four more than any other adult bandit. He returned Ren to Yunwu that night. While meeting with Snead, Yunwu assured him that Mazuchiru and his men would arrive in Diablo Desert to strengthen Wolfe's forces the following day. She noticed that he looked sick, and asked him if he was okay, but the man told her he was fine. Since she had been the one to poison the cigars, however, she knew that he was lying about his health.

In chapter 6, when Yamcha looked at the dog-faced bandit, he thought the man looked to be almost as old as Silver Snead. Later, after returning from a bandit raid, Wolfe and Snead went to see the recently-awoken Rosey. In Rosey's room, Snead confirmed that the yakuza were on their way to aid the Wings. Wolfe mentioned that while he did not trust Yunwu, he trusted the yakuza. After a brief fight with a Night Snakes assassin, Wolfe demanded that Snead take him to Yamcha and Puar. They returned to the second story of the hideout, where the boy was eating a ham sandwich with the rest of the gang. He followed the rest of the gang outside after Wolfe used a Wolf Fang Fist to knock Yamcha out of a window. Outside, he told Wolfe that the yakuza were almost to their location. Later, during Wolfe's fight against Yamcha, Snead interjected again, telling his boss that another group of people were approaching them, which he had seen through his binoculars, and they were not the yakuza. He died moments later, before he could clarify who exactly was approaching them, the poison from Yunwu's cigars having ravaged his body. Later, as Wolfe looked at Snead's corpse, he realized that Yunwu had poisoned the man. Wolfe silently vowed to kill her for her betrayal.

In chapter 8, Yamcha noted that he liked to watch Silver Snead's old karate tapes, using them to train and perfect his fighting form.

Chàoxing GonEdit

In chapter 2, Silver Snead's bandit detachment found a host of yakuza digging up money in the middle of the desert. They attacked the yakuza, and a bloody firefight unfolded in which many of the bandits and all of the yakuza (save for one) were killed. The single yakuza who survived snuck up on the surviving bandits later on, while they were digging up the yakuza's money, shot Wheatty, took Yamcha hostage, and nearly got Rico to give up before Silver Snead sniped him in the back of the head. As the man died, he fired an errant shot that took Rico in the neck, killing him as well.

In chapter 3, when she met with Mazuchiru, Yunwu requested the services of 500 of his yakuza soldiers for the upcoming bandit war. He agreed, and she gave him thirty million zeni (taken from Wolfe's stores) to pay for them. Mazuchiru promised his yakuza would help her take over the Diablo Desert in the near future.

In chapter 4, after Rheems and Yamcha were released from the police station, a hover limousine filled with yakuza pulled up next to them on the street. Two Chàoxing Gon members jumped out, aiming pistols at the bandits, and forced them inside the limo. The yakuza later took Yamcha and Rheems to Koicharu Mazuchiru in an abandoned parking lot where he questioned the bandits for a short while before taking everyone to see a Noh play. Afterwards, when Rheems made a clever remark, one yakuza punched him in the jaw to shut him up. Many yakuza later attended the sushi dinner with Mazuchiru, Yamcha, and Rheems. Some discussed replacing the mayor of South City with someone they controlled. One many even offered Yunwu as an alternative, but most of the yakuza responded with distaste upon hearing her name. They did not react when Rheems was killed by Mazuchiru. Later, when Yunwu was plotting with Thoras over the phone, she told him that her plan was to have Mazuchiru's men crush the Night Snakes, allowing Thoras to become her liaison in the Diablo Desert thereafter. While this made Thoras happy, he expressed concern over trusting the yakuza. Yunwu agreed that they could not be trusted, but there was no other way to move forward with her plan to take over Diablo Desert.

Later on, Jiro and two guards escorted Yamcha out of Mazuchiru's tower. When Jiro began explaining his plan to help the boy kill Wolfe and escape before he could be murdered by Wolfe's Wings, Yamcha bolted, stealing a golden motorcycle. The three yakuza pursued him in their hover car. Yet, being far less maneuverable in a car, they were barely able to keep up with the boy. They fired their pistols and machine guns at him, killing several pedestrians accidentally. When Yamcha saw this, he decided to make sure they ended up dead, so he spun around in oncoming traffic and flew off down the other road. As the hover car attempted to pursue, they were sideswiped and crashed into a building, killing Jiro and his men.

In chapter 5, when Snead met with Yunwu, she assured him that Mazuchiru and his men would arrive in Diablo Desert to strengthen Wolfe's forces the following day. Yunwu later thought to herself that if her plan was successful, the yakuza, the bandits, and all her enemies would be dead by the end of the week. Later, While Yamcha and several other bandits were out banditing and waiting for any travelers to appear, a dingo named Bingo speculated that Yunwu was responsible for the chaos and economic downturn in South City and that the yakuza would soon take over.

In chapter 6, after returning from a bandit raid, Wolfe and Snead went to see the recently-awoken Rosey. In Rosey's room, Snead confirmed that the yakuza were on their way to aid the Wings. Wolfe mentioned that while he did not trust Yunwu, he trusted the yakuza. Later on, after Yunwu and Ren had breakfast, the deputy mayor received a message from Daniel Parroda, who was her contact in Orange Star City. He told her that Mazuchiru's men had gotten in a huge fight with Makare and Naigo, with the latter two killing all of the Chàoxing Gon in that city.

As Wolfe and his Wings prepared to charge the incoming Night Snakes, he told his loyal bandits that they would not be waiting for the yakuza to appear. After the battle between Wolfe's Wings and the Night Snakes, Mazuchiru and his remaining Chàoxing Gon members, their numbers having been reduced from the fight against Makare and Naigo, appeared before Yamcha, Wolfe, and the rest of the survivors. After telling the Wings that he knew they were the ones who had killed his men several weeks ago and stolen billions of zeni they had hidden in the desert, he shot one bandit, his men attacking the remainder of them soon after. A huge battle then ensued, though most of it was not seen, as Yamcha fled before he could be butchered like the rest of the Wings.

In chapter 7, Yamcha told Ren about the fight in the desert between the Night Snakes and Wolfe's Wings, which had been followed by the Chàoxing Gon ambushing the survivors, resulting in hundreds of deaths. He did not know who had ultimately won the battle, as he had fled before it had concluded. Later on, after retaking Wolfe's elite hideout, Yamcha speculated that Wolfe and his Wings had been wiped out by the yakuza.

In chapter 8, after Violet found the mayor hitting baseballs behind the Bonetown hotel, she alerted him that Mazuchiru was on his way to discuss becoming the new deputy mayor. The mayor grew irate at that, stating he would never allow Mazuchiru to become deputy mayor. Later on, the mayor asked her when Mazuchiru was arriving, and she told him within an hour or two, and that he would be bringing several associates with him with the hope of setting up base in Bonetown. During their conversation, she pressed him about what to do with Mazuchiru. The mayor demanded that she gather up the Children of Chaos and ready them to meet with Mazuchiru in the main street, with the whole town as their witness.

Later, when Mazuchiru and his forces arrived, Violet and her men met them on the outskirts of Bonetown, where she demanded that if the yakuza wanted to enter they leave their weapons in their hovercars. This outraged Mazuchiru, although Violet allowed his yakuza to unload his supplies and slaves while they waited for the mayor to appear. She ordered Cassian and the rest of her soldiers to inspect Mazuchiru's men, making sure none of them were carrying weapons, but they were unable to complete this check before the mayor showed up. Contradicting Violet, Nathaniel told the groups that they would discuss the terms of their partnership right there in the open, not inside the hotel. Then, he insulted Mazuchiru, causing the yakuza boss to open fire, hitting him. The Children of Chaos retaliated, and so did Mazuchiru's men, causing a huge firefight to erupt between the groups.

The Chàoxing Gon were significantly outnumbered, and thus the battle soon turned against them. Mazuchiru himself was forced to flee, though Violet shot him three times - twice in the arm, and once in the side, below the kidney. His men swarmed around him to protect him, eventually loading him into a hovercar to flee. Indeed, only Mazuchiru and his driver of the Chàoxing Gon were able to flee that day, with the rest of his entourage being butchered by the Children of Chaos. One yakuza who survived the gunshot later appeared when Violet confronted Yamcha over hitting Nathaniel in the head with a baseball. While Violet was distracted, he made his move, shooting her once in the shoulder. However, nearby Children of Chaos killed the man before he could finish off Violet.

Chàoxing Gon slavesEdit

In chapter 2, these slaves were being used by the Chàoxing Gon yakuza to dig up hidden money barrels in the desert. After the battle between Wolfe's Wings and the yakuza, they pleaded for mercy and were taken back to Wolfe's hideout by the bandits. Yamcha later noted that he could hear their screams coming from a distant room as he was doing the dishes.

In chapter 8, when Mazuchiru and his forces arrived, Violet and her men met them on the outskirts of Bonetown, where she demanded that if the yakuza wanted to enter they leave their weapons in their hovercars. This outraged Mazuchiru, although Violet allowed his yakuza to unload his supplies and slaves while they waited for the mayor to appear. Many of them were caught up in the ensuing firefight, though the majority survived it.

Later on, when Yamcha came to Bonetown, he noticed the chained yakuza slaves amongst the people in Bonetown. This caused him to grow furious with his prisoner, Lieutenant Yang of the Children of Chaos. However, the man did not know who they were, or why they were in Bonetown. When Yamcha left Bonetown, he saw many of the slaves milling about. He unlocked the handcuffs of one older slave, gave him a capsule full of loot he had stolen from somebody earlier that day, and handed over the key so that the man could unlock the handcuffs on all the other former slaves.

RicoEdit

In chapter 2, Rico was part of the detachment with Yamcha sent to patrol the Diablo Desert. They stole goods and valuables from several travelers in the desert. Later, he participated in the battle against the Chàoxing Gon yakuza. He was part of the second bandit truck that survived. Following the battle, he stayed with Wheatty, Silver Snead, and Yamcha to dig up the barrels of money. However, a single yakuza survived the firefight and snuck up on the surviving bandits while they were digging up the yakuza's money barrels. He shot Wheatty, took Yamcha hostage, and nearly got Rico to give up before Silver Snead sniped him in the back of the head. As the man died, he fired an errant shot that took Rico in the neck, killing him as well.

Daniel ParrodaEdit

In chapter 2, Wolfe told Yunwu that he had a bottle of whiskey from Parroda's estate that was worth 200,000 zeni. He offered her a glass and drank two himself.

In chapter 6, after Yunwu and Ren had breakfast, the deputy mayor received a message from Daniel Parroda, who was her contact in Orange Star City. He told her that Mazuchiru's men had gotten in a huge fight with Makare and Naigo, with the latter two killing all of the Chàoxing Gon in that city. Yunwu ordered him to find a way to weaken Makare and Naigo's forces as well, and Daniel promised to do so before ending their communication.

BulldogsEdit

In chapter 2, as Wolfe and Yunwu were discussion the impending gang war between Wolfe's Wings and the Night Snakes, Wolfe stated that at the end of the war, there would be no more gangs left except for his - no more Night Snakes, no more Bulldogs, no more One-eyed Jackalopes. He intended to destroy all of them.

One-eyed JackalopesEdit

In chapter 2, as Wolfe and Yunwu were discussion the impending gang war between Wolfe's Wings and the Night Snakes, Wolfe stated that at the end of the war, there would be no more gangs left except for his - no more Night Snakes, no more Bulldogs, no more One-eyed Jackalopes. He intended to destroy all of them.

In chapter 3, Wolfe used Ren to relay a message to the leaders of the One-eyed Jackalopes. She told them that Wolfe's men had shot down the wrong plane and that it had just been an accident - nothing to start a war over. The men refused to listen to her, however, as they had expected Wolfe himself to meet with them. She then gave them a gift - a black scorpion inside a box that bit one of the leaders as soon as he opened it. Then, Wolfe began sniping the bandits from afar, leading to chaos. Ren tried to run away, but she was shot in the back and collapsed into the dirt without more than a whimper. After Wolfe and his gang finished off the One-eyed Jackalope leaders, he ordered Rosey to have Mingo stitch the girl up and take her back to the hideout, where Doc was waiting to save her life. He then joined the rest of his hundred bandits to drive to the base of the One-eyed Jackalopes, intending to utterly wipe them out that night with some of the explosives Yunwu had given him. During this sequence, Wolfe also reminisced about a previous leader of the One-Eyed Jackalopes whom he had killed himself, noting that his replacements had proven to be far weaker men than he had been.

King Furry's Captain of the GuardEdit

In chapter 2, Yunwu told Wolfe that she would need him to lead an assassination mission on King Furry's Captain of the Guard in the House of the Blue Lotus in South City in three days time. When Wolfe questioned her about this, Yunwu stated that she could not go against Mazuchiru yet, as he could reveal her corruption to the mayor.

In chapter 3, Silver Snead went to South City with Yamcha, Lychrel, Pacheko, and Rheems to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard. He led them and reminded the group that all that mattered was killing the Captain, who was attending a charity dinner on the basement floor of the House of the Blue Lotus. Later on, Yunwu hired Hasky to snipe King Furry's Captain of the Guard in case Wolfe's assassination attempt of the man failed. Afterwards, Mazuchiru asked Yunwu if the Captain of the Guard had been killed yet. She told him he had not, but that he would be dying later that day. She also expressed certainty that Wolfe would lead the mission against the captain, which would ensure his death, but this turned out to not be the case. When the House of the Blue Lotus blew up, he, along with everyone else attending the charity dinner, was killed in the blast.

In chapter 5, Silver Snead brought Yunwu's gift of illegal Central City cigars to Wolfe for his gang's success in assassinating King Furry's Captain of the Guard.

Yamcha's fatherEdit

In chapter 2, Yamcha revealed that his father had once been a professional baseball player. The boy's own baseball was a home run his father had hit many years ago to win a game.

In chapter 5, while thinking about how badly he wanted to learn the Wolf Fang Fist, Yamcha thought back to his father's prowess as a baseball player and his mother's confinement in the brothel to motivate himself further.

In chapter 6, as Yamcha was driving out of the Diablo Desert with Puar, he remembered his father hitting that home run with the baseball he had in his pocket. Then, he wondered what had become of his father.

In chapter 7, after retaking Wolfe's elite hideout, Yamcha thought of his father.

In chapter 8, after Colonel Violet shot the baseball out of Yamcha's hand, the boy fell to his knees, nearly bursting into tears. He thought back to his father hitting that ball out of the park, and grew enraged at what she had done.

Shrewsbry McManusEdit

In chapter 2, Yamcha revealed that the man who had originally caught his father's home run was a portly fellow by the name of Shrewsbry McManus. Yamcha had been able to divert the man's attention by throwing something down the road before stealing the ball from his hands and running away. McManus had not pursued him, as he had been too fat to run after the boy.

PachekoEdit

In chapter 2, it was revealed that Pacheko was one of the bandits Wolfe had tasked with assassinating King Furry's Captain of the Guard by blowing up the House of the Blue Lotus.

In chapter 3, Pacheko went to South City with Silver Snead, Yamcha, Lychrel, and Rheems to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard. It was soon revealed that Wolfe had specifically put Pacheko on Silver Snead's team due to the man being his most trusted demolitions expert. Once they made their way inside the House of the Blue Lotus, he began arming the explosives after Rheems showed him where to put them. Snead then instructed Lychrel and Yamcha to help him. Soon after, Pacheko accidentally set off one wall of explosives, killing himself and damaging the whorehouse significantly.

In chapter 4, as Yamcha was being interrogated by a policeman, he had a flashback to Pacheko detonating the bombs inside the House of the Blue Lotus. Later on, Wolfe asked Thoras if the man had heard anything from Snead and the gang. When Thoras said he had not, Wolfe thought to himself that there was a good chance they were all dead, but he couldn't give into fear yet.

RheemsEdit

In chapter 2, it was revealed that Rheems was one of the bandits Wolfe had tasked with assassinating King Furry's Captain of the Guard by blowing up the House of the Blue Lotus.

In chapter 3, Rheems went to South City with Silver Snead, Yamcha, Lychrel, and Pacheko to assassinate King Furry's Captain of the Guard. It was soon revealed that Wolfe had specifically put Rheems on Silver Snead's team due to the man being his most trusted logistical expert (apparently he had been to the House of the Blue Lotus many times before). Once they made their way inside the House of the Blue Lotus, he showed Pacheko where to put the explosives. He then moved to the counter to sweet-talk the host in an attempt to prevent her from calling the police. Later on, he helped the others set the explosives up while flirting with Lychrel. She revealed to Rheems that she had once desired to work in a place like the House of the Blue Lotus, as she had always wanted to be a dancer. Rheems asked her to show him her moves, but she declined, stating she hadn't practiced in a while. Then Snead told them both to shut up and get back to work. Soon after, Pacheko accidentally set off one wall of explosives, killing himself and damaging the whorehouse significantly. In the explosion, Lychrel's right eye burst and much of her face and body was burnt. But instead of helping her escape, Rheems ran outside by himself. Snead and Yamcha helped carry her out of the building where they ran into a crowd of people and a host of cops. The cops arrested the four bandits soon thereafter.

In chapter 4, after Rheems was set free by the police, he asked one officer where they were keeping Lychrel, but the woman refused to answer him, forcing two guards to physically remove him from the building. While Yamcha assumed Lychrel had been taken to the hospital, Rheems was decidedly more cynical and believed she had been left to die by the police. Afterwards, the fox man told Yamcha that Snead had confessed to bombing the whorehouse and was taking full blame. When Yamcha questioned why he would do this, Rheems simply stated that Snead had a plan to free himself as well. Then a hover limousine filled with yakuza pulled up next to them on the street. Two Chàoxing Gon members jumped out, aiming pistols at the bandits, and forced them inside the limo. Later on, Wolfe asked Thoras if the man had heard anything from Snead and the gang. When Thoras said he had not, Wolfe thought to himself that there was a good chance they were all dead, but he couldn't give into fear yet.

Later, while Yamcha and Rheems were riding in the hover limo with the yakuza, Rheems recounted a story of how he had hot-wired an expensive-looking motorcycle one time while its owner was in a store. He described this man as being dressed in yellow leather and having a look of wealth about him, which is why he targeted the man in the first place. However, the cops eventually caught Rheems after he ran out of gas and were able to return the bike to its owner. Then, the yakuza in the limo took Yamcha and Rheems to Koicharu Mazuchiru in an abandoned parking lot where he questioned the bandits for a short while about Wolfe's recent financial boon. When the two denied any knowledge about where the bandit leader had gotten all the new money from (he had taken it in a battle against the yakuza, of course), Mazuchiru relented. He then took Yamcha, Rheems, his personal chef Jiro, and his guards to see a Noh play. Afterwards, he asked the bandits what they thought of the play, but neither one of them had understood it (though of course they would never say that to Mazuchiru's face). On their way to dinner, when Rheems made a clever remark, one yakuza punched him in the jaw to shut him up. Many yakuza later attended a sushi dinner with Mazuchiru, Yamcha, and Rheems. They were served fresh sushi by Jiro. During the dinner, Mazuchiru asked Rheems and Yamcha to kill Wolfe. When Rheems refused, Mazuchiru came up behind him and cut his throat with a large knife, killing the fox man. His yakuza guards did not react to Rheems' death.

In chapter 5, as Yamcha was formulating his escape from Wolfe's Wings, he swore to himself that he would not end up like Junichi or Rheems.

Red Ribbon ArmyEdit

In chapter 3, the mayor of South City noted that Colonel Violet's Children of Chaos did not work for the Red Ribbon Army.

In chapter 4, Yunwu revealed to her yakuza prisoner that she had had Hasky hack into Mazuchiru's computer, thus learning about his wars against the Red Ribbon Army and his excursions to the southeast. This forced the prisoner to admit that Mazuchiru commanded a force of more than one thousand.

Doctor FaustusEdit

In chapter 3, Doctor Faustus checked up on the mayor of South City in the Children of Chaos' Yunzabit Heights research facility. He asked the mayor if he had been having hallucinations to which the mayor lied by denying that such activity was continuing to take place. He warned the mayor that he would have to start attending the NUL meetings again or else he would be returned to South City. The mayor assured him he would. The doctor then gave him anti-hallucination medication and left. Just before that, the mayor nearly set the mysterious monster in the box loose upon them both before thinking better of it.

In chapter 5, when the mayor of South City was making hot and sour soup in his kitchen, Doctor Faustus paid him a visit. He asked the mayor how he was doing, and the mayor poured him tea. After enduring several questions from the doctor, the mayor started to ignore him, prompting Faustus to walk over to him. The mayor became scared when Faustus told him the soup smelled good. He noticed that the mayor's hand was cut up, but the mayor didn't seem to care, and could not remember how it had been injured.

Then, Faustus found Tyrian's corpse on the other side of the table, chewed and half-eaten. Screaming, he covered his mouth, unable to believe what he was looking at. It was precisely at that moment that the mayor grabbed his cutting knife, walked up behind Faustus, and sliced the man's throat. Faustus punched the mayor in the jaw, but it didn't matter. He was bleeding all over the place. When the mayor returned to stirring his soup, Faustus, bleeding all over the kitchen, ran out the door. He died of blood loss in the hallway.

In chapter 6, the mayor thought to himself about how none of the NUL-ites had thought it odd that Doctor Faustus has gone on a three day holiday. In actuality, he had killed the man three days prior.

The Mayor's doctorEdit

In chapter 3, Doctor Faustus indicated that the mayor's doctor had sent him to the Children of Chaos' Yunzabit Heights research facility to be treated.

Sergeant TyrianEdit

In chapter 3, the mayor of South City went to Sergeant Tyrian of the Children of Chaos and detailed to the man his plan to kill the members of NUL with the Yalung beast. He requested Tyrian find eight men to carry the box down to their meeting chamber sometime in the future. Tyrian told him that Colonel Violet would not be able to visit him again for several weeks, due to ongoing operations with the Red Ribbon Army. However, he still gave the mayor another package of cocaine.

In chapter 5, as Doctor Faustus and the mayor of South City were talking in the latter's kitchen, Faustus stumbled upon the half-eaten corpse of Sergeant Tyrian, causing him to panic (and eventually get his throat sliced open by the mayor to shut him up) and flee. The mayor ate his dinner of hot and sour soup next to Tyrian's corpse, detached from the gruesomeness of it all, wondering to himself if Tyrian had tracked the beast into his room before it had ambushed him. Later on, as he was falling asleep, Nathaniel thought about how much he missed Violet, Yunwu, Tyrian, and Bobo.

South City pedestriansEdit

In chapter 3, when Yamcha went to South City with Silver Snead's detachment, he was given a flier for the Shapeshifting Academy by a strange leprechaun-looking man. He also noticed a man who had crashed his hovercar into a lightpost. When the leprechaun-looking man attempted to give a flier to another man, that man punched him in annoyance, and they both disappeared into the crowds in the street. It was later revealed that all of the pedestrians inside the first floor of the House of the Blue Lotus were able to escape except for one man Silver Snead shot. Some were killed when the House of the Blue Lotus was destroyed. Many others gathered around outside the building as Yamcha, Snead, Rheems, and Lychrel fled from it. One man even spit at Yamcha's feet, so disgusted by their actions was he.

In chapter 4, after Rheems and Yamcha were released from the police station, several pedestrians stopped to stare at Rheems as he yelled at the police for not telling him about Lychrel's condition. Later, when the bandits were abducted by Chàoxing Gon yakuza, Yamcha was shocked that nobody tried to stop them from being taken. Later, when Yamcha fled the yakuza, several pedestrians were shot or crashed into by Jiro's car, leading to several fatalities.

Shapeshifting Academy professorsEdit

In chapter 3, when Yamcha went to South City with Silver Snead's detachment, he was given a flier for the Shapeshifting Academy by a strange leprechaun-looking man. On the flier, Professors Pondanuki, Pongitsune, Ponnabubi, and Pongabubjus were stated as being world-class shapeshifters.

House of the Blue Lotus dancersEdit

In chapter 3, several topless dancers were seen inside the House of the Blue Lotus. When Yamcha beheld them, he began to freak out, causing them to stop dancing and gawk at him. Rheems then moved to the counter to sweet-talk the host in an attempt to prevent her from calling the police. Later on, Yamcha whispered to one of them that there was a bomb inside the whorehouse, allowing all of the girls to flee before it went off.

Yamcha's motherEdit

In chapter 3, Yamcha revealed that he had once lived with his mother in a whorehouse like the House of the Blue Lotus for four years.

In chapter 5, while thinking about how badly he wanted to learn the Wolf Fang Fist, Yamcha thought back to his father's prowess as a baseball player and his mother's confinement in the brothel to motivate himself further.

In chapter 6, as Yamcha was driving out of the Diablo Desert with Puar, he wondered what had become of his mother.

In chapter 8, Yamcha noted that Mayflower's fruity, robust perfume reminded him of the kind his mother had used to wear.

HaskyEdit

In chapter 3, Yunwu met with Hasky, buying several military-grade weapons from her. Yunwu felt like she did not get a very good price for the weapons, but needed them bad enough to pay what Hasky wanted for them. Then, she hired Hasky to snipe King Furry's Captain of the Guard in case Wolfe's assassination attempt of the man failed. Later on, Yamcha spotted Hasky in the crowd outside the House of the Blue Lotus (though he knew not who she was), being entranced by her beauty and desperately wishing that someone like her could save him, but in the next moment, she disappeared.

In chapter 4, Yunwu revealed to her yakuza prisoner that she had had Hasky hack into Mazuchiru's computer, thus learning about his wars against the Red Ribbon Army and his excursions to the southeast. This forced the prisoner to admit that Mazuchiru commanded a force of more than one thousand.

In chapter 5, while banditing in the Diablo Desert, Yamcha and Puar saw Hasky (though they knew not her name) drive by in a hovercar, leaving Yamcha speechless and acting weird. He knew he had seen her before, and that made him blush even harder, but he didn't much pay attention to the thing under the tarp in the back seat she was transporting.

In chapter 6, Yunwu and one of her attendants discussed Mazuchiru's loyalties, the latter noting that Hasky was trailing the yakuza. Yunwu ordered her to tell Hasky that the thief that she was to get visual confirmation that Mazuchiru and his men were heading to Wolfe's elite hideout. Yunwu later thought to herself, while in bed, that she should send Hasky after Gero to kill him for ratting her out to the mayor (in actuality, it had been Violet who had done so, not Gero) and not detonate the infinite energy device against the yakuza and bandits who were fighting around Wolfe's elite hideout in the Diablo Desert. As Yamcha was driving out of the Diablo Desert with Puar, he wondered what had become of Hasky.

In chapter 7, using the coordinates Yunwu had sent to the mayor, Colonel Violet found Hasky sitting in her hovercar in the middle of the desert, reading a magazine. The woman confronted her as a member of the Red Ribbon Army. Hasky, however, did not care, as she worked for Yunwu, not the mayor, and awaited only her lady's response before proceeding on with her plan for the infinite energy device. When Violet argued with Hasky about who owned the infinite energy device, Violet told the thief that she knew Gero had illegally sold the device to Yunwu. Hasky, for all her worth, didn't care.

Then, Hasky got a phone call from one of Yunwu's aides, confirming the deputy mayor's death. Hasky admitted that she had been ordered to take the infinite energy device somewhere (Bonetown) to detonate it. Violet did not want to allow her to do this, demanding the device. When Hasky refused to hand it over, a fight broke out. The colonel spat her gum at Hasky, shooting it immediately after, causing the gum to explode, which forced Hasky to dive into her car. During the scuffle, Hasky's guards, a pair of snipers on the next dune over, shot Shyrin's brains all over Cassian. Violet shot back at both of them, killing them. Trying to comfort the emotional Cassian, she left herself open to a countering kick from Hasky. While that knocked her pistol away, she ripped the thief out of her car, throwing her to the ground where she kicked her hard in the ribs before placing her boot to Hasky's throat. Then she stated that she would not kill Hasky, as Commander Red considered her a useful ally. Cassian recovered the infinite energy device for Violet, and she remained true to her word, leaving Hasky in the desert.

In chapter 8, several days after the shootout in Bonetown, Hasky found Violet getting high off cocaine alone in her room in an undisclosed location. She demanded the infinite energy device from the woman, but Violet was too high to really know what was going on. She tried to goad Hasky into shooting her. The thief needed to find the device quickly, as her client was supposedly leaving the country in three hours. When she eventually spotted the device sitting on a table behind Violet, she left the Red Ribbon Army officer lying on the floor, grabbed the device, and left, but not before leaving Violet with a warning that she and her Children of Chaos would soon be buried in the desert by some unknown force. Afterwards, Hasky privately wondered if her new client was planning on detonating the infinite energy device over a large group of people like her previous client had.

Captain FortierEdit

In chapter 3, after Naigo and Makare refused to fight in the bandit war for Yunwu's side, she sent Captain Fortier and a detachment of guards after the two, ordering them to kill the samurai. However, Fortier and his men were cut down by Makare and Naigo.

In chapter 4, Yunwu thought to herself that while her butler was a capable man, he was nothing compared to Captain Fortier. She cursed Makare for killing him and his men.

Wolfe's rivalEdit

In chapter 3, Wolfe thought back to how he had killed his first rival, a member of the One-eyed Jackalopes, by pouring a bucket of black scorpions on him as he had slept. Referencing this, he presented a black scorpion in a box to the new leaders of that gang in that chapter.

RoseyEdit

In chapter 3, after Wolfe attacked the One-eyed Jackalope leaders and Ren was shot, he ordered Rosey to have Mingo stitch the girl up and take her back to the hideout, where Doc was waiting to save her life. He also threatened Rosey's life if Ren died, to which Rosey fearfully replied that he would make sure to save Ren.

In chapter 4, Rosey and Thoras were seen waiting for Wolfe outside his hideout as he and his Wings returned from destroying the Warthogs gang. The three immediately took the secret entrance to Wolfe's room. Inside, Rosey told Wolfe that Doc had stabilized Ren, but that she hadn't woken up yet. Wolfe again threatened Rosey's life, stating fiercely that if the girl died so too would he and Doc. Rosey promised the girl would live; Wolfe sent him back to Doc to remind him that Ren must be saved at all costs.

In chapter 5, Rosey told Yamcha that they were going to raid the Diablo Desert express in order to steal zeni bound for Central City. He accompanied Wolfe's Wings on the train heist. Once on board, he and Daisey eventually met up with Yamcha. When Daisey noticed Puar, he became interested in the floating blue cat, leading Puar to bite him on the hand in self defense. Then, Puar transformed into a floating mallet and hit Daisey in the side of the head, sending him flying. Rosey attempted to attack Puar, but was stopped by Yamcha, who knocked the man over and pummeled him, breaking his nose. When Rosey pulled his gun on Yamcha, the boy was only saved by Puar, still a mallet, hitting the bandit hard upside the head.

After Puar knocked out Rosey, Wolfe and some bandits reached Yamcha's train car and found both Daisey and Rosey unconscious on the ground. Yamcha blamed it all on the dead train guard. They were both taken outside after the train stopped, though Daisey died from his wounds before they could be taken back to Doc at the hideout. Several bandits then dragged Rosey off to take him back to Doc. Later on, Yamcha told Puar that Daisey had died. Puar seemed relieved to hear that Daisey had been a bad guy, so he didn't seem to regret killing him. He also told Puar that Rosey was still alive. Yamcha was worried that if Rosey woke up, he would want to kill both the boy and the kitty, so he knew they would have to run off before that happened.

In chapter 6, after Yamcha had served lunch to the bandits who had been left behind in Wolfe's elite hideout, a bandit reported to Miroslav that Rosey had woken up, greatly frightening Yamcha and Puar. Before they could escape, Wolfe and the rest of his Wings returned from their banditing. One of the bandits told Wolfe that Rosey was awake as soon as the man stepped inside the base, with everyone else watching this from their seats. Wolfe and Snead went to see him. Rosey told Wolfe that it had been Puar who had transformed into a mallet and attacked Daisey on the train. Wolfe later confirmed to Rosey that Daisey had been killed during the attack. After a brief fight with a Night Snakes assassin, Wolfe demanded that Snead take him to Yamcha, for the boy surely knew what Puar had done. He told Rosey that Daisey would soon be avenged.

When Yamcha returned to Wolfe's elite hideout, Rosey confronted him inside, demanding to know what had happened to everyone else. Yamcha told him he was lucky not to end up like Daisey and walked out on the man after taking the Azure Dragon Sword, not telling him anything.

In chapter 7, Doc told the rest of Wolfe's Wings that he had just gotten back from Bonetown, where the Children of Chaos had taken over. He told Wolfe that the Children of Chaos had taken out all of the other bandits in the desert. He also revealed that he had run into Rosey there. Rosey had wanted to come back with Doc, but before that could happen, he had been killed after he had gotten into an argument with a purple-haired woman in the Fire and Blood tavern. Olivia said they should avenge Rosey, but Wolfe forbade them from going to Bonetown, as that would be nothing more than a suicidal charge. Later on, the mayor of South City, who was walking through Bonetown at the time, noticed the corpse of Rosey, who had been killed by Violet in a scuffle in a bar earlier; the Children of Chaos had decapitated him and stuck his head on a pike.

In chapter 8, Puar mastered Rosey's old Dance Dance Revolution game between banditing excursions.

DocEdit

In chapter 3, after Wolfe attacked the One-eyed Jackalope leaders and Ren was shot, he ordered Rosey to have Mingo stitch the girl up and take her back to the hideout, where Doc was waiting to save her life.

In chapter 4, after Wolfe returned from destroying the Warthogs gang, he met with Rosey and Thoras. Rosey told Wolfe that Doc had stabilized Ren, but that she hadn't woken up yet. Wolfe again threatened Rosey's life, stating fiercely that if the girl died so too would he and Doc. Rosey promised the girl would live; Wolfe sent him back to Doc to remind him that Ren must be saved at all costs.

In chapter 5, Wolfe mentioned that he wanted to return the injured Rosey and Daisey to Doc, but Daisey died before that was possible.

In chapter 7, Wolfe and the few remaining members of his Wings made it to a river leading to the southern ocean in the southern expanses of Diablo Desert. Following their fight against the yakuza in the previous chapter, many of them had been wounded, and thus required Doc's attention. He worked on Wolfe, Olivia, and several others who had significant injuries.

While he was patching up their wounds, Doc told them that he had just gotten back from Bonetown, where the Children of Chaos had taken over. He told Wolfe that the Children of Chaos had taken out all of the other bandits in the desert. He also revealed that he had run into Rosey there. Rosey had wanted to come back with Doc, but before that could happen, he had been killed after he had gotten into an argument with a purple-haired woman in the Fire and Blood tavern. Olivia said they should avenge Rosey, but Wolfe forbade them from going to Bonetown, as that would be nothing more than a suicidal charge.

Doc did not go to Bonetown with Javerres and about half of the other Wings. Afterwards, Wolfe asked Doc where the Children of Chaos had come from, but the other man did not seem to know. Wolfe told them all that they were stopping by his main compound to pick up some whiskey on their way out. Although Doc advised against it, Wolfe's group still went there. Later, Wolfe told everyone that they would be leaving Diablo Desert until the Wings returned to a population of around five hundred.

MingoEdit

In chapter 3, after Wolfe attacked the One-eyed Jackalope leaders and Ren was shot, he ordered Rosey to have Mingo stitch the girl up and take her back to the hideout, where Doc was waiting to save her life.

Police interrogatorEdit

In chapter 4, Yamcha was interrogated by a policeman with a huge chin about the bombing of the House of the Blue Lotus. Yamcha, in his thoughts, blamed Silver Snead and Wolfe for what had happened at the House of the Blue Lotus. The boy refused to claim responsibility or say much of anything to the man, even though he tried to get Yamcha to confess by scaring him and lying to him that Snead had already confessed. However, that lie was so outlandish that Yamcha realized the man had nothing on him. Soon after, a policeman entered Yamcha's interrogation room and informed the other policeman that Yamcha was no longer a suspect in the House of the Blue Lotus' bombing. Without wasting any more time, the interrogator let Yamcha go.

In chapter 7, Yamcha, Puar, and Mike held up a gas station, taking all of its beef jerky. That was the fourth store they had held up that night. However, during the scuffle, Mike killed the cashier, prompting them to flee to the car, where Ji Sul Nim awaited them. Soon the police were on them, which started a frantic chase through South City. Although Mike shot a few times at the pursuing police, neither Puar nor Yamcha aided him.

After a harrowing police chase through the city, Ji Sul Nim drove the crew to the docks on the northern side of the island containing South City, leading them to an escape boat. The police followed them there, forcing the four of them to take cover behind the ruinous buildings. During the struggle, Ji Sul shot two of the police, wounded a third with his fists, and wrestled the gun away from the fourth, though he was gunned down by her last remaining ally. Nonetheless, this allowed Yamcha, Puar, and Mike to flee. They resolved to go to the boat only after they had dealt with the police pursuit.

During the attempt, however, Mike was killed and Yamcha and Puar fled down the dock. One policeman caught up with Yamcha and Puar, provoking a stand-off. Yamcha recognized him as the man who had interrogated him after the incident in the Blue Lotus. Regardless, he did not listen to the man, eventually shooting him and fleeing from the city along with Puar on Ji Sul Nim's boat. While the policeman threatened Yamcha, the boy did not care. He and Puar sailed back to Diablo Desert, knowing that their only hope lay there.

Second policemanEdit

In chapter 4, this man entered Yamcha's interrogation room and informed the other policeman that Yamcha was no longer a suspect in the House of the Blue Lotus' bombing.

PolicewomanEdit

In chapter 4, this police officer told Rheems that she did not know where Lychrel was, but that he and Yamcha would need to leave the station now that they were no longer considered suspects in the bombing of the House of the Blue Lotus.

Police guardsEdit

In chapter 4, these guards escorted Rheems from the police station after he demanded they tell him where Lychrel was. They refused to answer him.

WarthogsEdit

In chapter 4, Wolfe and his Wings attacked the Warthogs' base in Diablo Desert. Taking the bandits unaware, Wolfe's Wings made short work of the Warthogs. After looting the base, the Wings blew it up, ensuring every last member of the rival gang was killed.

Hoggins' concubineEdit

In chapter 4, when Wolfe and his Wings went looking for Hoggins, the leader of the Warthogs gang, they found his concubine naked in his bed. When they asked her where he was hiding, Hoggins jumped out of his hiding place and shot Remi Alphonso. She was left to die in the base after the Wings' looted it.

HogginsEdit

In chapter 4, when Wolfe and his Wings went looking for Hoggins, the leader of the Warthogs gang, they found his concubine naked in his bed. When they asked her where he was hiding, Hoggins jumped out of his hiding place and shot Remi Alphonso. Wolfe grew incredibly angry at this, for replacing a good cook was not easy in the desert. Knowing he was a dead man walking, Hoggins admitted to Wolfe that his gang had joined forces with the Night Snakes to get back at Wolfe's Wings for shooting down the Night Snakes' plane. Hoggins also revealed that all the other gangs in the desert had joined with the Night Snakes too. The gang boss goaded Wolfe and reminded him that they used to be friends, but the other man would hear none of it. He shot the pistol from Hoggins' hand then killed him with a Wolf Fang Fist that cracked Hoggins' head open like an egg.

Remi AlphonsoEdit

In chapter 4, when Wolfe and his Wings went looking for Hoggins, the leader of the Warthogs gang, they found his concubine naked in his bed. When they asked her where he was hiding, Hoggins jumped out of his hiding place and shot Remi Alphonso. Wolfe grew incredibly angry at this, for replacing a good cook was not easy in the desert. He later offered Thoras Remi's job, but the old man declined due to his age, stating that he'd only be willing to train Remi's replacements.

Unnamed cocaine dealerEdit

In chapter 4, after destroying the Warthogs, Wolfe took this man from their base. At first, he tied the man up as a prisoner and told him that Hoggins and the others were dead. When he asked the cocaine dealer if he wanted to die too, the man squealed for mercy. Wolfe gave him mercy, though he made the man promise to only run his Diablo Desert cocaine trade through Wolfe from there on out. The man promised he was Wolfe's supplier now and ran off.

FancypantsEdit

In chapter 4, while Yamcha and Rheems were riding in the hover limo with the yakuza, Rheems recounted a story of how he had hot-wired an expensive-looking motorcycle one time while its owner was in a store. He described this man as being dressed in yellow leather and having a look of wealth about him, which is why he targeted the man in the first place. However, the cops eventually caught Rheems after he ran out of gas and were able to return the bike to its owner.

JiroEdit

In chapter 4, the yakuza in the limo took Yamcha and Rheems to Koicharu Mazuchiru in an abandoned parking lot where he questioned the bandits for a short while about Wolfe's recent financial boon. Jiro was present for this interrogation, and he aimed his pistol at the bandits until Mazuchiru was certain they knew nothing. When the two denied any knowledge about where the bandit leader had gotten all the new money from (he had taken it in a battle against the yakuza, of course), Mazuchiru relented. He then took Yamcha, Rheems, Jiro, and his guards to see a Noh play. Afterwards, they returned to Mazuchiru's skyscraper, and Jiro prepared a fancy multi-course sushi dinner for everyone. He had to remind Yamcha to eat his sushi immediately and not let it spoil when the boy lost his voice after Mazuchiru asked him to kill Wolfe. He presented one course of sushi to Mazuchiru personally after the man snuck up behind Rheems and killed him. When Mazuchiru asked Yamcha to kill Wolfe again, Jiro once again reminded the boy to not let his sushi spoil, so Yamcha ate all his sushi before responding to Mazuchiru like a good boy.

Later on, Jiro and two guards escorted Yamcha out of Mazuchiru's tower. When Jiro began explaining his plan to help the boy kill Wolfe and escape before he could be murdered by Wolfe's Wings, Yamcha bolted, stealing a golden motorcycle. The three yakuza pursued him in their hover car. Yet, being far less maneuverable in a car, they were barely able to keep up with the boy. They fired their pistols and machine guns at him, killing several pedestrians accidentally. When Yamcha saw this, he decided to make sure they ended up dead, so he spun around in oncoming traffic and flew off down the other road. As the hover car attempted to pursue, they were sideswiped and crashed into a building, killing Jiro and his men.

In chapter 5, Yamcha used a recipe he had gotten from Jiro to make the finest steaks Wolfe and his Wings had ever tasted. Afterwards, Yamcha thought to himself that Jiro would have been proud to serve his food to Mazuchiru even.

Noh actorsEdit

In chapter 4, Mazuchiru took a host of his yakuza, Jiro, Yamcha, and Rheems to watch a Noh play called Shōjō. It was an ancient and opulent (and several hours long) play that was difficult for Yamcha to understand. The actors wore a variety of costumes and masks, and several of them played instruments.

Yunwu's butlerEdit

In chapter 4, Yunwu's butler escorted her to the yakuza prisoner she was keeping captive in her tower. After she was finished interrogating the prisoner, she asked her butler to get the exact number of yakuza Mazuchiru had control over from the man, as well as information on where they were hiding in Orange Star City. After he did that, he was to kill the prisoner. The man graciously agreed to do all of those things before Yunwu left him. She later thought to herself that while her butler was a capable man, he was nothing compared to Captain Fortier. She cursed the samurai Makare and Naigo for killing him and his men. After Yunwu concluded her meeting with Doctor Gero, her butler informed her that he had finished with the prisoner. Telling him she was tired, Yunwu asked the man to fill her in on the details in the morning. He then told her that reporters were at the ground floor of her tower demanding a press conference about the explosion in the House of the Blue Lotus. She refused to go see them, instead sending her butler to face them, ordering the man to tell the reporters that the explosion had been merely an accident and that there were no suspects at present.

In chapter 6, while Yunwu was making Ren breakfast, her butler told her that the mayor of South City wished to speak with her and had been trying to contact her for several hours.

Yunwu's prisonerEdit

In chapter 4, Yunwu's butler escorted her to the yakuza prisoner she was keeping captive in her tower. She had already taken the man's tongue and tortured him severely. She promised to take his eyes if he lied to her again. Then, she asked if Mazuchiru knew where Wolfe got his money from. The prisoner shook his head. She asked if Mazuchiru thought she was a nuisance. He nodded. She asked if Mazuchiru wanted to become mayor. He nodded. She then asked the prisoner how many yakuza served Mazuchiru. He adamantly told her that it was fewer than one thousand. But after Yunwu revealed that she had had Hasky hack into Mazuchiru's computer, thus learning about his wars against the Red Ribbon Army and his excursions to the southeast. This forced the prisoner to admit that Mazuchiru commanded a force of more than one thousand. He then told her that all of Mazuchiru's yakuza not stationed in South City were currently in Orange Star City. After she was finished interrogating the prisoner, Yunwu asked her butler to get the exact number of yakuza Mazuchiru had control over from the man, as well as information on where they were hiding in Orange Star City. After he did that, he was to kill the prisoner.

South City reportersEdit

In chapter 4, after Yunwu finished her business with Doctor Gero, her butler informed her that reporters were at the ground floor of her tower demanding a press conference about the explosion in the House of the Blue Lotus. She refused to go see them, instead sending her butler to face them, ordering the man to tell the reporters that the explosion had been merely an accident and that there were no suspects at present.

Son of FancypantsEdit

In chapter 4, Yamcha stole this man's motorcycle to escape from Jiro and the yakuza. The man screamed, pleading for Yamcha to come back, but the boy ignored him, escaping to Diablo Desert with the man's golden motorcycle.

Diablo Desert Express passengersEdit

In chapter 5, Wolfe and his Wings attacked a train passing through the Diablo Desert. Their goal being to steal the zeni on board, they did not attack the passengers, although at least one bandit attempted to rape a woman. Whether or not other bandits attempted similar gross acts was not known.

Ruthy BadalesEdit

In chapter 5, upon returning to Wolfe's hideout, Yamcha recalled that Ruthy Badales had immediately ordered him to go to Wolfe's secondary hideout.

Unnamed redshirt banditEdit

In chapter 5, this bandit accompanied Wolfe's Wings on the train heist. Once on board, he met up with Yamcha before finding a pair of female passengers he wanted to see naked. When Yamcha tried to stop him, the two got in an argument that ended with the train guard entering the far side of the train car and shooting the bandit in the throat. Though he was bleeding profusely, the bandit retaliated by gunning the guard down with a machine gun before collapsing dead himself.

Diablo Desert Express guardEdit

In chapter 5, when Yamcha and the redshirt bandit were arguing, the train guard entered the far side of the train car and shot the latter in the throat. Though he was bleeding profusely, the bandit retaliated by gunning the guard down with a machine gun before collapsing dead himself. Later, Yamcha blamed Daisey and Rosey's injuries on the train guard.

DaiseyEdit

In chapter 5, Daisey accompanied Wolfe's Wings on the train heist. Once on board, he and Rosey eventually met up with Yamcha. When Daisey noticed Puar, he became interested in the floating blue cat, leading Puar to bite him on the hand in self defense. Then, Puar transformed into a floating mallet and hit Daisey in the side of the head, sending him flying. After Puar also knocked out Rosey, Wolfe and some bandits reached Yamcha's train car and found both Daisey and Rosey unconscious on the ground. Yamcha blamed it all on the dead train guard. They were both taken outside after the train stopped, though Daisey died from his wounds before they could be taken back to Doc at the hideout. Later on, Yamcha told Puar that Daisey had died. Puar seemed relieved to hear that Daisey had been a bad guy, so he didn't seem to regret killing him.

In chapter 6, after he woke up from his coma, Rosey told Wolfe that it had been Puar who had transformed into a mallet and attacked Daisey on the train. Wolfe later confirmed to Rosey that Daisey had been killed during the attack. He also told Rosey that he would avenge Daisey by taking care of Yamcha and Puar himself. Later, after the Night Snakes were routed, Wolfe noticed that Yamcha was trying to flee the battlefield. He did not allow the boy to get away, stating that he hadn't forgotten about Daisey. Yamcha called Daisey an asshole and noted that Puar had only attacked him in self-defense. When Yamcha was confronted by Rosey inside Wolfe's elite hideout, the boy told the man that he had been lucky not to end up like Daisey.

In chapter 7, Javerres Mihn declared Rosey and Daisey both as real bandits, worthy of the Wings' loyalty.

Unnamed gang bossEdit

In chapter 5, Wolfe mentioned that he had won the Mighty Mouse off of another gang leader around thirty years ago in a game of poker.

ElijahEdit

In chapter 5, Yunwu met with Elijah the samurai. He asked her to find out what Makare was doing in Orange Star City in exchange for a 10% stake in Masamune/Masamune. When Yunwu attempted to negotiate for a 20% stake, the samurai offered her 15%, but no more. She continued to negotiate, which Elijah thought was greatly disrespectful, so he got up to leave. Finally, Yunwu relented, and agreed to the 15% stake. Elijah gave her one week to come up with an answer to his question, or their contract would be void.

Mazuchiru's representativeEdit

In chapter 5, Yunwu was scheduled to meet with Mazuchiru. When she went to the meeting room, however, she found only a single yakuza holding a mason jar. He apologized for his boss's absence, insisting that Mazuchiru was already on his way to the Diablo Desert, so he didn't have time to meet with her. When Yunwu grew furious at this, he suggested she call Mazuchiru, which Yunwu simply had to laugh at (since Mazuchiru's lines were tapped). He then gave her the mason jar and left. Even after Yunwu saw the black widow spider inside (which she considered to be a threat against her life), she let the man get away, fearing escalating tensions with the yakuza before she could enact her plan to wipe out all of them along with the bandits.

OolongEdit

In chapter 5, Puar mentioned that one of his classmates at the Shapeshifting Academy named Oolong had declared himself a pirate after booty. Then he got expelled.

BingoEdit

In chapter 5, Bingo, Brady McGangeree, Yamcha, and Puar went out banditing. While they were waiting for any travelers to appear, Bingo speculated that Yunwu was responsible for the chaos and economic downturn in South City and that the yakuza would soon take over. They eventually encountered Master Shen (though they knew not who he was). When Bingo demanded he hand over his valuables, the man punched the dingo in the face, killing him. Later, when Wolfe heard about this, he was furious.

Brady McGangereeEdit

In chapter 5, Bingo, Brady McGangeree, Yamcha, and Puar went out banditing. They eventually encountered Master Shen (though they knew not who he was). When Bingo demanded he hand over his valuables, the man punched the dingo in the face, killing him. Brady then tried to attack, but he was taken out with an uppercut. Later, when Wolfe heard about this, he was furious.

Wilbur Jim-carrionEdit

In chapter 5, Puar told Yamcha, Bingo, and Brady McGangeree that his best friend Wilbur Jim-carrion had once called him a pendejo at the Shapeshifting Academy.

Crane HermitEdit

In chapter 5, Bingo, Brady McGangeree, Yamcha, and Puar went out banditing. They eventually encountered Master Shen (though they knew not who he was). When Bingo demanded he hand over his valuables, the man punched the dingo in the face, killing him. Brady then tried to attack, but he was taken out with an uppercut. Yamcha and Puar surrendered, but the annoyed Shen attacked them nonetheless. When the boy was able to dodge several of the man's attacks, Shen grew impressed, asking him who his teacher was. Yamcha had no teacher, however. Shen eventually hit Yamcha's leg, shattering it. The boy, in immense pain, fired his pistol at Shen, and Puar soon joined in. Unwilling to power up (he really had to get going!), Shen merely jumped in the air and slammed his foot down upon a nearby dune, sending sand flying everywhere. Blinded, the bandits were unable to continue their attack, allowing Shen to drive off in peace.

In chapter 6, as Wolfe fought Yamcha, he noted that the old man (who was indeed the Crane Hermit) had not been wrong about Yamcha's toughness after all.

Diablo Desert TravelersEdit

In chapter 5, after surviving their encounter with Master Shen, Yamcha and Puar were able to steal some petty items from a few hapless travelers in the Diablo Desert, though they didn't find much of value.

Blonde-haired NUL-iteEdit

In chapter 5, this NUL leader co-led the meeting on the iceberg where the NUL members attempted to "become one with pain". She and her co-leaders argued with the mayor of South City when he began to call them names and disparage their beliefs. Like the others, she was quite pained by his comments, which no doubt scarred her for life.

In chapter 6, the mayor confronted the leaders of NUL, along with the rest of the three dozen members, inside of a huge meeting room inside the research station. There, he aggressively asked the leaders how they had actually reduced pain in the world, instead of just wasting time by talking about their feelings. Naturally, this offended the three of them, who gave him dirty looks. Later, the blond-haired NUL-ite told everyone a story about how she had wanted to date one of her friends, but the girl had refusd, telling her that she was not a lesbian. This triggered the blonde-haired NUL-ite, who described her friend as a bigot for not accepting her. At least the pink-haired NUL-ite comforted her in that moment. When the Yalung broke the vent in the meeting room and jumped into the room, she panicked along with the rest of the group. She was torn to pieces by the Yalung in the ensuing attack.

CyprusEdit

In chapter 5, Cyprus co-led the meeting on the iceberg where the NUL members attempted to "become one with pain". He and his co-leaders argued with the mayor of South City when he began to call them names and disparage their beliefs. Like the others, he was quite pained by his comments, which no doubt scarred him for life.

In chapter 6, the mayor confronted the leaders of NUL, along with the rest of the three dozen members, inside of a huge meeting room inside the research station. There, he aggressively asked the leaders how they had actually reduced pain in the world, instead of just wasting time by talking about their feelings. Naturally, this offended the three of them, who gave him dirty looks. Cyprus even threatened to kick him out of NUL and have the Children of Chaos escort him off the island (of course they would never listen to Cyprus). Later, Cyprus told the NUL-ites a story about how when he had been fourteen, he had wanted to play baseball with his friend, but his friend had called to tell him that he was sick (and thus unable to come), which in the end pained Cyprus severely. Everyone cried for him. When the Yalung broke the vent in the meeting room and jumped into the room, he panicked along with the rest of the group. Though he tried to escape, the Yalung wounded his leg and later pounced on him, tearing out his throat.

Pink-haired NUL-iteEdit

In chapter 5, this NUL leader co-led the meeting on the iceberg where the NUL members attempted to "become one with pain". She and her co-leaders argued with the mayor of South City when he began to call them names and disparage their beliefs. Like the others, she was quite pained by his comments, which no doubt scarred her for life. Of particular note is the fact that she had no idea what the benevolent world-destroyer was supposed to be.

In chapter 6, the mayor confronted the leaders of NUL, along with the rest of the three dozen members, inside of a huge meeting room inside the research station. There, he aggressively asked the leaders how they had actually reduced pain in the world, instead of just wasting time by talking about their feelings. Naturally, this offended the three of them, who gave him dirty looks. She sat and watched her fellow NUL-ites talk about the pain in the world. After the blonde-haired NUL-ite told her story, the pink-haired NUL-ite comforted her. When the Yalung broke the vent in the meeting room and jumped into the room, she panicked along with the rest of the group, and had one of her ears ripped off in the initial attack. She was one of the few to run towards the door, after the mayor. He shot her with Shyrin's pistol just before she reached the door, however.

Corporal ShyrinEdit

In chapter 5, after the mayor returned from the NUL meeting on the iceberg, he met with Corporal Shyrin. Shyrin told him that the Yalung had eaten four soldiers since the last report. He also noted that they were now using tranquilizing bullets instead of live ammunition while hunting the Yalung. The mayor told Shyrin to keep him posted on any new developments before leaving him.

In chapter 6, after the mayor went in to the large meeting room to meet with the NUL-ites, Shyrin contacted him in his earpiece, letting him know that they were ready to smoke the Yalung into the room through the vent. The mayor told him to commence at once, and Shyrin obliged. Soon after, the mayor asked for a status update, as he could not stand the NUL-ites' whining. Shyrin alerted him that the Yalung was moving towards the vent. Later, when the mayor was giving his final remarks to the NUL-ites, Shyrin contacted him again and warned him that they could no longer contain the Yalung, as the smoke had pissed him off, and that he would soon reach their room. When the Yalung entered the room, the mayor sprinted over to the door, where Shyrin and his soldiers waited for the man in full riot gear. Shyrin told him that it was not safe and that they had to leave, but the mayor refused, as he wanted to watch the NUL-ites get torn to pieces. The mayor asked for Shyrin's pistol, and after some uncertainty, the corporal handed it over.

In chapter 7, Colonel Violet was flown to the Diablo Desert with one twelve-man team of Children of Chaos that included her pilot, Shyrin, and Cassian. She ordered Shyrin and Cassian to be the only two to accompany her to Hasky's location, leaving the rest to cover them with sniper rifles. While preparing to exit the transport, she noticed how Shyrin slouched, while Cassian stood proudly, and wondered to herself what the mayor had seen in former. He accompanied Violet to Hasky's location. During the fight that broke out there, Hasky's guards, a pair of snipers on the next dune over, shot Shyrin's brains all over Cassian. Violet shot back at both of them, killing them.

OliviaEdit

In chapter 6, Olivia was seen inside Wolfe's elite hideout, along with Yamcha, Miroslav, the dog-faced bandit, and several others. She debated with Miroslav over the best way to steal money from travelers in the Diablo Desert. Later, after Yamcha punched the dog-faced bandit for stealing his baseball, Olivia cautioned the boy to remain cool and to not reveal to the dog-faced bandit what else he was going to do to him. Around noon, Yamcha made lunch for all of the bandits.

After lunch, a bandit reported to Miroslav that Rosey had woken up, greatly frightening Yamcha and Puar. Before they could escape, Wolfe and the rest of his Wings returned from their banditing. One of the bandits told Wolfe that Rosey was awake as soon as the man stepped inside the base, with everyone else watching this from their seats. Later, Olivia, along with the rest of Wolfe's gang, ran outside to watch Wolfe and Yamcha's fight after their boss had hit Yamcha through a window with his Wolf Fang Fist. She was the first one to notice when Snead died (from the poison in Yunwu's cigars, though she did not know that), alerting Wolfe to the fact.

She, along with the rest of the bandits, ran back inside after the Night Snakes had been spotted approaching their location in order to prepare for war. Later, as Wolfe and his forces prepared to charge the Night Snakes, Olivia told Yamcha, who had just woken up from having been knocked unconscious in the sand, to get in her car, which was being driven by Miroslav. If he did not, she was going to shoot him, so he had no choice. As she was riding shotgun, she reminded Yamcha of Jess. Then, led by Wolfe, the bandits charged the Night Snakes and the battle began.

After a grenade killed Miroslav and their truck crashed, Olivia helped the shell-shocked boy out of the wreck and escorted him to an area with more cover, killing several Night Snakes on the way. She promised to give him a blowjob if he covered her back and kissed him, which caused the boy to go into another fit. Olivia had to slap him to get him to calm down. Soon the rest of the Wings showed up and mopped up most of the Night Snakes, severely reducing the pressure on Olivia and Yamcha. However, they were still pinned down by half a dozen Night Snakes, and during the exchange of gunfire, Olivia took a bullet to the belly. She instructed Yamcha to abandon her, but he did not. A Night Snake attacked the boy with a knife and a pistol, and though Yamcha did well against him, he did not decisively beat the man. As the Night Snake cornered him, his knife raised, Olivia shot him in the back with her shotgun, killing the man. Then, she tossed the shotgun to Yamcha, ordering him to kill as many of the Night Snakes who remained before collapsing in pain. Later, after the battle between Wolfe's Wings and the Night Snakes, Mazuchiru and his remaining Chàoxing Gon members, their numbers having been reduced from the fight against Makare and Naigo, appeared before Yamcha, Wolfe, and the rest of the survivors. Soon, a battle broke out between the Wings and the yakuza, though it was not shown in this chapter which side won.

In chapter 7, Wolfe and the few remaining members of his Wings made it to a river leading to the southern ocean in the southern expanses of Diablo Desert. Following their fight against the yakuza in the previous chapter, many of them had been wounded, and thus required Doc's attention. He worked on Wolfe, Olivia, and several others who had significant injuries. Doc told them that he had just gotten back from Bonetown, where the Children of Chaos had taken over. He told Wolfe that the Children of Chaos had taken out all of the other bandits in the desert. He also revealed that he had run into Rosey there. Rosey had wanted to come back with Doc, but before that could happen, he had been killed after he had gotten into an argument with a purple-haired woman in the Fire and Blood tavern.

Olivia said they should avenge Rosey, but Wolfe forbade them from going to Bonetown, as that would be nothing more than a suicidal charge. Olivia did not go to Bonetown with Javerres and about half of the other Wings. Later, Wolfe told everyone that they would be leaving Diablo Desert until the Wings returned to a population of around five hundred. Olivia heartily agreed with his plan.

MiroslavEdit

In chapter 6, Miroslav was seen inside Wolfe's elite hideout, along with Yamcha, Olivia, the dog-faced bandit, and several others. He debated with Olivia over the best way to steal money from travelers in the Diablo Desert. Around noon, Yamcha made lunch for all of the bandits.

After lunch, a bandit reported to Miroslav that Rosey had woken up, greatly frightening Yamcha and Puar. Before they could escape, Wolfe and the rest of his Wings returned from their banditing. One of the bandits told Wolfe that Rosey was awake as soon as the man stepped inside the base, with everyone else watching this from their seats. Later, Miroslav, along with the rest of Wolfe's gang, ran outside to watch Wolfe and Yamcha's fight after their boss had hit Yamcha through a window with his Wolf Fang Fist.

He, along with the rest of the bandits, ran back inside after the Night Snakes had been spotted approaching their location in order to prepare for war. Later, Yamcha regained consciousness and saw Wolfe and his Wings exiting the hideout in all their vehicles, preparing to charge at the incoming army of Night Snakes. Miroslav drove the car with Olivia in it, which Yamcha was forced inside. Then, led by Wolfe, the bandits charged the Night Snakes and the battle began. Miroslav was eventually killed by a grenade that exploded right in front of the driver's side windshield, turning his body into a pile of gore.

Dog-faced banditEdit

In chapter 6, the dog-faced bandit was seen inside Wolfe's elite hideout, along with Yamcha, Olivia, Miroslav, and several others. He taught Yamcha how to pickpocket, but in the process, he stole Yamcha's treasured baseball (the home run he dad had hit). After the man refused to return it, Yamcha confronted him, and it soon came to blows. Taking the bandit by surprise, Yamcha was able to land a good punch and daze the man, giving him time to retrieve his ball. Around noon, Yamcha made lunch for all of the bandits.

After lunch, he got drunk enough to forget his argument with Yamcha and taught the boy how to count cards. Later, a bandit reported to Miroslav that Rosey had woken up, greatly frightening Yamcha and Puar. Before they could escape, Wolfe and the rest of his Wings returned from their banditing. One of the bandits told Wolfe that Rosey was awake as soon as the man stepped inside the base, with everyone else watching this from their seats. Later, this bandit, along with the rest of Wolfe's gang, ran outside to watch Wolfe and Yamcha's fight after their boss had hit Yamcha through a window with his Wolf Fang Fist.

He, along with the rest of the bandits, ran back inside after the Night Snakes had been spotted approaching their location in order to prepare for war. Later, Yamcha regained consciousness and saw Wolfe and his Wings exiting the hideout in all their vehicles, preparing to charge at the incoming army of Night Snakes. Then, led by Wolfe, the bandits charged the Night Snakes and the battle began.

Slippin’ JimmyEdit

In chapter 6, the dog-faced bandit told Yamcha that he had learned how to steal from a man named Slippin’ Jimmy.

Javerres MihnEdit

In chapter 6, Javerres was seen inside Wolfe's elite hideout, along with Yamcha, Olivia, Miroslav, the dog-faced bandit, and several others. Around noon, Yamcha made lunch for all of the bandits. After lunch, he taught Yamcha how to trick an innocent bystander into dropping their wallet. Then, a bandit reported to Miroslav that Rosey had woken up, greatly frightening Yamcha and Puar. Before they could escape, Wolfe and the rest of his Wings returned from their banditing. One of the bandits told Wolfe that Rosey was awake as soon as the man stepped inside the base, with everyone else watching this from their seats.

Later, Javerres, along with the rest of Wolfe's gang, ran outside to watch Wolfe and Yamcha's fight after their boss had hit Yamcha through a window with his Wolf Fang Fist. He, along with the rest of the bandits, ran back inside after the Night Snakes had been spotted approaching their location in order to prepare for war. Later, Yamcha regained consciousness and saw Wolfe and his Wings exiting the hideout in all their vehicles, preparing to charge at the incoming army of Night Snakes. Then, led by Wolfe, the bandits charged the Night Snakes and the battle began.

In chapter 7, Wolfe and the few remaining members of his Wings made it to a river leading to the southern ocean in the southern expanses of Diablo Desert. Following their fight against the yakuza in the previous chapter, many of them had been wounded, and thus required Doc's attention. He worked on Wolfe, Olivia, and several others who had significant injuries. Doc told them that he had just gotten back from Bonetown, where the Children of Chaos had taken over. He told Wolfe that the Children of Chaos had taken out all of the other bandits in the desert. He also revealed that he had run into Rosey there. Rosey had wanted to come back with Doc, but before that could happen, he had been killed after he had gotten into an argument with a purple-haired woman in the Fire and Blood tavern.

Olivia said they should avenge Rosey, but Wolfe forbade them from going to Bonetown, as that would be nothing more than a suicidal charge. Javerres was exceptionally unhappy about that, vowing to go and avenge their fallen comrade despite Wolfe's order. Their leader advised against it. Javerres did not listen, stating that Rosey and Daisey were both real bandits, worthy of the Wings' loyalty. Once more, Wolfe tried to convince them, but they did not listen. Javerres led about half of Wolfe's Wings back to Bonetown.

Night Snakes assassinEdit

In chapter 6, while Wolfe and Silver Snead were interrogating the recently-awoken Rosey, this assassin burst in through the window and attacked the three of them with a grenade. He seemed not to have expected Wolfe to be there. Wolfe managed to kick the grenade out the window, where it exploded harmlessly in midair. He then beat the man down, breaking his nose and teeth, before suffocating him.

The Mayor's wifeEdit

In chapter 6, while anticipating the Yalung being smoked out through a vent in the huge meeting room, the mayor briefly thought about his late wife, who was a notorious smoker.

Jakuto MasamuneEdit

In chapter 6, one of Yunwu's attendants told her that Jakuto Masamune, the brother of Tonji Masamune, had stopped by to discuss their business dealings. He had left her usuchu-grade green tea as a gift.

Children of Chaos pilotEdit

In chapter 7, Colonel Violet was flown to the Diablo Desert with one twelve-man team of Children of Chaos that included her pilot, Shyrin, and Cassian. This man transported her to Hasky's location, and then back to Bonetown after Violet had recovered the infinite energy device.

Corporal CassianEdit

In chapter 7, Colonel Violet was flown to the Diablo Desert with one twelve-man team of Children of Chaos that included her pilot, Shyrin, and Cassian. She ordered Shyrin and Cassian to be the only two to accompany her to Hasky's location, leaving the rest to cover them with sniper rifles. While preparing to exit the transport, she noticed how Shyrin slouched, while Cassian stood proudly, and wondered to herself what the mayor had seen in former. He accompanied Violet to Hasky's location.

During the fight that broke out there, Hasky's guards, a pair of snipers on the next dune over, shot Shyrin's brains all over Cassian. Violet shot back at both of them, killing them. Trying to comfort the emotional Cassian, she left herself open to a countering kick from Hasky. However, she was still able to rather effortlessly subdue Hasky. Cassian then grabbed the infinite energy device. He told Violet that there were no settlements in the Diablo Desert, according to his recon, except for a tiny town known as Bonetown. She ordered him to set up their base of operations there and to do another sweep of the desert, which would root out the last remaining surviving bandits, if there were any. Then, she told her team that they were going to return to the mayor.

In chapter 8, when Mazuchiru and his forces arrived, Violet and her men met them on the outskirts of Bonetown, where she demanded that if the yakuza wanted to enter they leave their weapons in their hovercars. This outraged Mazuchiru, although Violet allowed his yakuza to unload his supplies and slaves while they waited for the mayor to appear. She ordered Cassian and the rest of her soldiers to inspect Mazuchiru's men, making sure none of them were carrying weapons, but they were unable to complete this check before the mayor showed up. Contradicting Violet, Nathaniel told the groups that they would discuss the terms of their partnership right there in the open, not inside the hotel. Then, he insulted Mazuchiru, causing the yakuza boss to open fire, hitting him. The Children of Chaos retaliated, and so did Mazuchiru's men, causing a huge firefight to erupt between the groups.

The Chàoxing Gon were significantly outnumbered, and thus the battle soon turned against them. Mazuchiru himself was forced to flee, though Violet shot him three times - twice in the arm, and once in the side, below the kidney. His men swarmed around him to protect him, eventually loading him into a hovercar to flee. Indeed, only Mazuchiru and his driver of the Chàoxing Gon were able to flee that day, with the rest of his entourage being butchered by the Children of Chaos. Cassian led his men well that day, even though they took significant losses.

Several days after the mayor was taken to the South City hospital, Violet called up Cassian to ask about him. Her captain revealed that a nurse had told him that the mayor was in stable, but critical condition. She flew on a Red Ribbon Army helicopter to the hospital, where she met with Cassian outside Nathaniel's room. He and his guards were stationed across the entire floor. After she shot the mayor, mercy killing him, Cassian burst into the room. Violet fell into his arms, kissing him, and begged him to take her home.

Hasky's snipersEdit

In chapter 7, during the fight that broke out between Colonel Violet and Hasky, Hasky's guards, a pair of snipers on the next dune over, shot Shyrin's brains all over Cassian. Violet shot back at both of them, killing them.

Commander RedEdit

In chapter 7, after subduing the thief and putting a boot to her throat, Colonel Violet stated that she would not kill Hasky, as Commander Red considered her a useful ally.

In chapter 8, following the shootout in Bonetown, Commander Red sent Violet a message stating that the Red Ribbon Army would be starting a world-wide search for the seven Dragon Balls the next day. She would be required to show up to their base at 5 a.m. sharp.

Tonji's secretaryEdit

During chapter 7, Yamcha noticed that there were posters asking for information about Junichi's whereabouts posted throughout South City. Feeling guilty, he visited Itteki, the saké store owned by Tonji Masamune. Without giving the secretary his name, he told her what had happened to Jun. She promised to inform Tonji about his nephew's death.

Yamcha's baseball coachEdit

In chapter 7, after several days of pickpocketing and thieving, Yamcha's baseball coach informed him that he hadn't been chosen for the team.

MurdotraineEdit

In chapter 7, Yamcha and Puar visited the skate part near Junichi's house. Several of his old friends - including Murdotraine, Whipple, Billy-dog Thorton, Sr., and Theodosius XII - were there. Shortly after, he told skaters what had really happened to Junichi and Lychrel, and the group fleeced him for what zeni he was carrying.

WhippleEdit

In chapter 7, Yamcha and Puar visited the skate part near Junichi's house. Several of his old friends - including Murdotraine, Whipple, Billy-dog Thorton, Sr., and Theodosius XII - were there. Whipple promised to hook Yamcha up with a work contact - his uncle, Ji Sul Nim. Shortly after, he told skaters what had really happened to Junichi and Lychrel, and the group fleeced him for what zeni he was carrying.

Billy-dog Thorton, Sr.Edit

In chapter 7, Yamcha and Puar visited the skate part near Junichi's house. Several of his old friends - including Murdotraine, Whipple, Billy-dog Thorton, Sr., and Theodosius XII - were there. Billy-dog asked him where Junichi and Lychrel were, but he had nothing to tell the man. Shortly after, he told skaters what had really happened to Junichi and Lychrel, and the group fleeced him for what zeni he was carrying.

Theodosius XIIEdit

In chapter 7, Yamcha and Puar visited the skate part near Junichi's house. Several of his old friends - including Murdotraine, Whipple, Billy-dog Thorton, Sr., and Theodosius XII - were there. He taught Yamcha some new pickpocketing techniques. Shortly after, he told skaters what had really happened to Junichi and Lychrel, and the group fleeced him for what zeni he was carrying.

Ji Sul NimEdit

In chapter 7, the night after he had met with the skaters, Yamcha met with Whipple's uncle, Ji Sul Nim, who offered him work. Despite the man giving him a warning about how difficult and dangerous the work would be, Yamcha took the job without hesitation. The next day, Yamcha, Puar, and Mike held up a gas station, taking all of its beef jerky. That was the fourth store they had held up that night. However, during the scuffle, Mike killed the cashier, prompting them to flee to the car, where Ji Sul Nim awaited them. Soon the police were on them, which started a frantic chase through South City. Although Mike shot a few times at the pursuing police, neither Puar nor Yamcha aided him. After a harrowing police chase through the city, Ji Sul Nim drove the crew to the docks on the northern side of the island containing South City, leading them to an escape boat. The police followed them there, forcing the four of them to take cover behind the ruinous buildings. During the struggle, Ji Sul shot two of the police, wounded a third with his fists, and wrestled the gun away from the fourth, though he was gunned down by her last remaining ally. Nonetheless, this allowed Yamcha, Puar, and Mike to flee.

MikeEdit

In chapter 7, Yamcha, Puar, and Mike held up a gas station, taking all of its beef jerky. That was the fourth store they had held up that night. However, during the scuffle, Mike killed the cashier, prompting them to flee to the car, where Ji Sul Nim awaited them. Soon the police were on them, which started a frantic chase through South City. Although Mike shot a few times at the pursuing police, neither Puar nor Yamcha aided him. After a harrowing police chase through the city, Ji Sul Nim drove the crew to the docks on the northern side of the island containing South City, leading them to an escape boat. The police followed them there, forcing the four of them to take cover behind the ruinous buildings. During the struggle, Ji Sul shot two of the police, wounded a third with his fists, and wrestled the gun away from the fourth, though he was gunned down by her last remaining ally. Nonetheless, this allowed Yamcha, Puar, and Mike to flee. They resolved to go to the boat only after they had dealt with the police pursuit. During the attempt, however, Mike was killed and Yamcha and Puar fled down the dock.

Unnamed CashierEdit

In chapter 7, Yamcha, Puar, and Mike held up a gas station, taking all of its beef jerky. That was the fourth store they had held up that night. However, during the scuffle, Mike killed the cashier, prompting them to flee to the car, where Ji Sul Nim awaited them.

Unnamed minerEdit

In chapter 7, this miner harassed the mayor of South City in a bar in Bonetown, repeatedly asking him what had happened to his face. Nathaniel told him that he had been savaged by an animal (not revealing which kind) and then moved to the other side of the bar so he wouldn't have to continue talking to the old rube.

Poor old ladyEdit

In chapter 8, while banditing, Yamcha and Puar happened upon a poor old lady. They tried to steal from her, but she didn't have much, so all they were able to grab was one pink stuffed animal cat, which Puar promptly announced as his girlfriend.

J’charmalagneEdit

In chapter 8, while Yamcha and Puar were banditing, J'charmalagne and his friend drove down the road through the Diablo Desert, heading towards South City. Yamcha held up the car at gunpoint, causing the man, a fine hooligan named J'charmalagne, to retaliate by shooting back at the boy with his own gun. While one shot grazed Yamcha on the chin, he did not take serious damage. In contrast, Yamcha was able to get a good shot on the driver. The man tried to drive off before crashing off the road into a billboard. Before the bandits could leave, J'charmalagne's friend got out of the passenger's seat of the car and confronted Yamcha about the murder. Yamcha, however, had none of that and beat the man into submission. Later on, after fighting the Children of Chaos detachment sent to his hideout, Yamcha pointed a stolen rifle at the only conscious soldier, and began babbling guiltily about murdering J'charmalagne. When the soldier said the dead guy had it coming, Yamcha fired the rifle into the dirt in order to make him shut up.

J’charmalagne's friendEdit

In chapter 8, while Yamcha and Puar were banditing, J'charmalagne and his friend drove down the road through the Diablo Desert, heading towards South City. Yamcha held up the car at gunpoint, causing the man, a fine hooligan named J'charmalagne, to retaliate by shooting back at the boy with his own gun. While one shot grazed Yamcha on the chin, he did not take serious damage. In contrast, Yamcha was able to get a good shot on the driver. The man tried to drive off before crashing off the road into a billboard. Before the bandits could leave, J'charmalagne's friend got out of the passenger's seat of the car and confronted Yamcha about the murder. After a brief fight in which the boy dominated the angry man, Yamcha told him that he was the King of the Desert, and dared the man to come back with some friends to challenge him. Instead, he fled, allowing Yamcha and Puar to return to their hideout.

Children of Chaos detachmentEdit

In chapter 8, upon arriving back home from banditing, Yamcha and Puar noticed a squad of five soldiers waiting for them. After getting Puar to hide under Mighty Mouse's seat, he confronted them alone. Refusing to identify himself to the detachment's lieutenant, Yamcha let himself into hideout, alerting them to the fact that he lived there. The lieutenant, flanked by two of his men, soon knocked at the door, and Yamcha did not hesitate to open it for him. The soldier told Yamcha that he was indeed the bandit they were looking for. Without hesitating, Yamcha punched him in the nose, knocking him out cold. He followed that up by throwing an apple at one man, stunning him long enough for Yamcha to knee the other soldier in the groin before punching the third soldier across the jaw so severely that the bone snapped.

One soldier was ranging far out in the dunes with his back to the hideout, and the other was unloading a box from the soldiers' jeep, so neither saw this confrontation go down, allowing Yamcha to swiftly approach the latter and knock him out with an elbow to the back of the head. However, the ranging soldier had noticed Yamcha by that point, and came running at him, shooting his rifle. Yamcha hid behind the jeep, firing back with his pistol. Both of them missed all of their shots. Before Yamcha could reload, the soldier reached him and tackled him to the ground, where they rolled around for a bit in the sand before the boy got a good headbutt in on the guy, which was enough to sway their fight fully in his favor. He took the rifle, pointing it at the man, and began babbling guiltily about murdering J'charmalagne. When the soldier said the dead guy had it coming, Yamcha fired the rifle into the dirt in order to make him shut up.

Later in the chapter, Yamcha took Lieutenant Yang and his detachment back to Bonetown, where they saw firsthand the carnage of the battle between the Children of Chaos and the Chàoxing Gon. He questioned Yang about whose bodies those were, and after the man speculated that they were Mazuchiru's gang (as well as his own comrades), Yamcha came to believe that the yakuza had totally destroyed Wolfe and his gang. He questioned the lieutenant about the Children of Chaos, leading to the man to tell him that they had 127 members and they were led by Colonel Violet and the mayor of South City. When Yamcha noticed the chained yakuza slaves amongst the people in Bonetown, he grew furious with Yang, who did not know who they were. Believing the man, Yamcha let him and his team go, promising vengeance upon them if they ever attacked him again. He ordered Yang to tell Violet not to assault his hideout. The lieutenant said he could whistle for the entire army to attack Yamcha in that moment, but Yamcha just turned around and left, calling his bluff. Of course, Yang did no such thing, for he feared for his life.

Rui YangEdit

In chapter 8, upon arriving back home from banditing, Yamcha and Puar noticed a squad of five soldiers waiting for them. After getting Puar to hide under Mighty Mouse's seat, he confronted them alone. The officer, Lieutenant Rui Yang, asked him for identification. When Yamcha refused, he told the boy to leave if this was not his residence. Instead, Yamcha parked Mighty Mouse, grabbed Puar from under the seat and stuffed him into his shirt, and then casually, in front of the troops, unlocked the door to his hideout, letting himself in, and slammed the door behind him. The lieutenant, flanked by two of his men, soon knocked at the door, and Yamcha did not hesitate to open it for him. The soldier told Yamcha that he was indeed the bandit they were looking for. Without hesitating, Yamcha punched him in the nose, knocking him out cold.

Later in the chapter, Yamcha took Lieutenant Yang and his detachment back to Bonetown, where they saw firsthand the carnage of the battle between the Children of Chaos and the Chàoxing Gon. He questioned Yang about whose bodies those were, and after the man speculated that they were Mazuchiru's gang (as well as his own comrades), Yamcha came to believe that the yakuza had totally destroyed Wolfe and his gang. He questioned the lieutenant about the Children of Chaos, leading to the man to tell him that they had 127 members and they were led by Colonel Violet and the mayor of South City. When Yamcha noticed the chained yakuza slaves amongst the people in Bonetown, he grew furious with Yang, who did not know who they were. Believing the man, Yamcha let him and his team go, promising vengeance upon them if they ever attacked him again. He ordered Yang to tell Violet not to assault his hideout. The lieutenant said he could whistle for the entire army to attack Yamcha in that moment, but Yamcha just turned around and left, calling his bluff. Of course, Yang did no such thing, for he feared for his life.

Norman ChadEdit

In chapter 8, Lon, Norman, and Antonio commentated on a Texas hold 'em match between the mayor of South City and a man named Cowboy Jack. He, along with his fellow commentators, fled the Fire and Blood tavern when the mayor opened fire on a random bar patron.

LonEdit

In chapter 8, Lon, Norman, and Antonio commentated on a Texas hold 'em match between the mayor of South City and a man named Cowboy Jack. He, along with his fellow commentators, fled the Fire and Blood tavern when the mayor opened fire on a random bar patron.

Cowboy JackEdit

In chapter 8, the mayor of South City was seen in the Fire and Blood tavern playing Texas hold 'em with a man named Cowboy Jack. After they both went all-in on the turn, the mayor got up, feeling erratic, light-headed, and unable to control himself. He shot a man dead, causing many other patrons to flee, including Cowboy Jack.

AntonioEdit

In chapter 8, Lon, Norman, and Antonio commentated on a Texas hold 'em match between the mayor of South City and a man named Cowboy Jack. He, along with his fellow commentators, fled the Fire and Blood tavern when the mayor opened fire on a random bar patron.

DealerEdit

In chapter 8, the mayor of South City was seen in the Fire and Blood tavern playing Texas hold 'em with a man named Cowboy Jack. The dealer dealt the cards to them. He fled the Fire and Blood tavern when the mayor opened fire on a random bar patron.

MasseuseEdit

In chapter 8, Lon, Norman, and Antonio commentated on a Texas hold 'em match between the mayor of South City and a man named Cowboy Jack. This masseuse massaged Antonio while he provided gripping commentary. She fled the Fire and Blood tavern when the mayor opened fire on a random bar patron.

Unlucky bar patronEdit

In chapter 8, while the mayor of South City was playing poker in the Fire and Blood tavern, he randomly got the urge to shoot a bar patron. This poor man was the mayor's random target.

BartenderEdit

In chapter 8, after the mayor of South City shot a random patron inside the Fire and Blood tavern, the bartender pointed a shotgun at him, demanding an explanation for his erratic behavior. Just at that moment, a detachment of the Children of Chaos entered the bar and forced him to drop his weapon and his complaint.

SamuelEdit

In chapter 8, while on his way out of Bonetown, Yamcha noticed the chained men and boys who were the yakuza slaves, though most of them ran from him when he got close. One boy with long black hair did not, however. He begged for the bandit to free him, and Yamcha, still holding the key to the handcuffs he'd used on Lieutenant Yang, was able to. He introduced himself as Sammy, stating that he had been captured by the yakuza in the past and been forced to work as their slave laborer. He said that a man named Higataro once beat him so bad with a whip that he passed out. Sammy then told Yamcha that Mazuchiru had successfully fled from the firefight and that there were more of his kind out there. The boy also said that his brother was in "the army" (the Red Ribbon Army) and that his parents lived in North City. He requested that Yamcha take him there, but before Yamcha could answer, Nathaniel came running down the street covered in blood, howling. As his organs began slipping out of his body, Yamcha pegged him in the head with his baseball, knocking the man out cold. Four Children of Chaos who were nearby retaliated by shooting at the boy, but he ran for cover, finding a yakuza's pistol, and shot all of them from under a parked hovercar, wounding them enough so that they wouldn't be able to chase him any further. Then, Yamcha gave Samuel a capsule filled with money and supplies - enough to buy him a ticket to North City. Samuel thanked him, weeping, and ran off to the Bonetown station to return home.

Hiramogi HigataroEdit

In chapter 8, after he had been freed by Yamcha, Sammy told the bandit that he had been captured by the yakuza in the past and been forced to work as their slave laborer. He said that a man named Higataro once beat him so bad with a whip that he passed out.

Samuel's brotherEdit

In chapter 8, after he had been freed by Yamcha, Sammy told the bandit that his brother was in "the army" (the Red Ribbon Army) and that his parents lived in North City. He requested that Yamcha take him there, and eventually Yamcha gave him a capsule filled with money and supplies - enough to buy him a ticket to North City. Samuel thanked him, weeping, and ran off to the Bonetown station to return home.

Samuel's parentsEdit

In chapter 8, after he had been freed by Yamcha, Sammy told the bandit that his brother was in "the army" (the Red Ribbon Army) and that his parents lived in North City. He requested that Yamcha take him there, and eventually Yamcha gave him a capsule filled with money and supplies - enough to buy him a ticket to North City. Samuel thanked him, weeping, and ran off to the Bonetown station to return home.

South City doctorsEdit

In chapter 8, after the shootout in Bonetown, the mayor of South City was transferred to the South City hospital where he was taken care of by its doctors. Several doctors were seen by Violet as she entered Nathaniel's floor. Some of them fled when she mercy killed him.

Didier Reginald FlossbosomEdit

Some days later, Yamcha and Puar continued their banditing practices by setting up a 'Free Lemonade' stand on the side of the road going through Diablo Desert. When a Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio hovercar came down the road, Yamcha decided he wanted it, and so stopped it from going by by jumping in the middle of the road. This forced the driver to slow to a halt; the man grew enraged at the bandit for stopping him. When Yamcha told him about the free lemonade, however, his female companion got out of the car and demanded, in baby talk, a glass. The man, Didier, relented and took two. He spit his out, as he did not find it to be tasty in the slightest. He berated Puar and Yamcha for their pisswater lemonade, then bragged about his companion's body before driving off. Puar got mad at Yamcha for not robbing the couple, but Yamcha had been too enamored by the woman to care.

Upon reaching South City, Yamcha and Puar searched for Didier and Mayflower. At long last, Yamcha found Didier's car at a gas station in the red-light district. The bandit ran over to the car, hoping to woo Mayflower. However, the woman was not with Didier, who had gone into the gas station to procure several slim jims for his ride. When the man returned to his car, the boy confronted him, and he revealed that he was indeed not married to that woman, and that he had only been with her for a short while (Yamcha correctly surmised that she was one of the ladies of the evening from the red-light district). This prompted the man to laugh at Yamcha and mock him. Enraged, the bandit performed a Wolf Fang Fist on the guy's Ferrari, but he only managed to hurt his wrist in the process. Then, Puar showed up with stolen ice cream for the two of them. Didier drove off angrily, leaving them behind.

MayflowerEdit

Some days later, Yamcha and Puar continued their banditing practices by setting up a 'Free Lemonade' stand on the side of the road going through Diablo Desert. When a Ferrari Pininfarina Sergio hovercar came down the road, Yamcha decided he wanted it, and so stopped it from going by by jumping in the middle of the road. This forced the driver to slow to a halt; the man grew enraged at the bandit for stopping him. When Yamcha told him about the free lemonade, however, his female companion got out of the car and demanded, in baby talk, a glass. The woman, Mayflower, very much adored her glass and praised Yamcha to an extreme extent that bordered on flirtation. Afterwards, the man, Didier, berated Puar and Yamcha for their pisswater lemonade, then bragged about his companion's body before driving off. Puar got mad at Yamcha for not robbing the couple, but Yamcha had been too enamored by the woman to care.

Upon reaching South City, Yamcha and Puar searched for Didier and Mayflower. At long last, Yamcha found Didier's car at a gas station in the red-light district. The bandit ran over to the car, hoping to woo Mayflower. However, the woman was not with Didier, who had gone into the gas station to procure several slim jims for his ride. When the man returned to his car, the boy confronted him, and he revealed that he was indeed not married to that woman, and that he had only been with her for a short while (Yamcha correctly surmised that she was one of the ladies of the evening from the red-light district). This prompted the man to laugh at Yamcha and mock him. Enraged, the bandit performed a Wolf Fang Fist on the guy's Ferrari, but he only managed to hurt his wrist in the process. Then, Puar showed up with stolen ice cream for the two of them. Didier drove off angrily, leaving them behind. Yamcha told Puar the bad news about Mayflower, threw his ice cream in the trash, and set off back to the desert with his best friend.

Tonji's truck driverEdit

In chapter 8, while Yamcha and Puar were banditing (by baiting drivers with a 'Free Lemonade' stand), a man hauling saké for Masamune/Masamune stopped for a glass of free lemonade. Yamcha was going to rob him until the man revealed where he worked. Upon hearing that he was one of Tonji Masamune's employees, Yamcha let him go on his way.

Hasky's clientEdit

In chapter 8, Hasky revealed to Violet that a client had paid her to retrieve the infinite energy device from the purple-haired woman. Her client was leaving the country within three hours, so she needed to find it soon. When she eventually spotted the device sitting on a table behind Violet, she left the Red Ribbon Army officer lying on the floor, grabbed the device, and left, but not before leaving Violet with a warning that she and her Children of Chaos would soon be buried in the desert by some unknown force. Afterwards, Hasky privately wondered if her new client was planning on detonating the infinite energy device over a large group of people like her previous client had.

Caravan driverEdit

In chapter 8, while banditing, Yamcha hijacked a caravan transporting silver ore to South City, dispossessing the anthropomorphic cat driver from his haul and leaving him in the desert.

Unknown soldiersEdit

During the late summer of Age 749, Yamcha and Puar hijacked a caravan transporting silver ore to South City, dispossessing the anthropomorphic cat driver from his haul and leaving him in the desert. They took the ore to Bonetown with hopes of selling it there, but found the place lying in ruins, bodies strewn about. Yamcha noted that the bodies were of the Children of Chaos and of soldiers wearing white-and-black armor from an organization he did not recognize.

GokuEdit

In chapter 8, while Yamcha was eating breakfast one fine day, Puar spotted two travelers resting nearby their hideout Goku and Oolong (Puar had not spotted Bulma with them). He alerted Yamcha about this. Eager to confront them, Yamcha grabbed the Azure Dragon Sword and beckoned his friend to follow him down to where they were resting.

OolongEdit

In chapter 8, while Yamcha was eating breakfast one fine day, Puar spotted two travelers resting nearby their hideout Goku and Oolong (Puar had not spotted Bulma with them). He alerted Yamcha about this. Eager to confront them, Yamcha grabbed the Azure Dragon Sword and beckoned his friend to follow him down to where they were resting.
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