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*'''Status''': Student at [[Central University]]
 
*'''Status''': Student at [[Central University]]
 
*'''Unit''': Dual daggers
 
*'''Unit''': Dual daggers
*'''[[SBUI ]] (Subject Behavior Under the Influence):''' Damage shielding, accelerated speed and reflexes, telekensis, increased strength
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*'''[[SBUI ]] (Subject Behavior Under the Influence):''' Damage shielding, accelerated speed and reflexes, telekenesis, increased strength
 
*'''Alignment''': [[Free Wired]]
 
*'''Alignment''': [[Free Wired]]
 
*'''Voice Actor''': [http://www.youtube.com/TeenTraceur TeenTraceur]
 
*'''Voice Actor''': [http://www.youtube.com/TeenTraceur TeenTraceur]
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Neil is a student attending Central University, the leading public university funded by the [[Central Government]]. He is studying to obtain a degree in Chemistry to pursue a career as a research scientist. He is of half Japanese, half white descent. It is unclear where his parents are, or if they are even alive, as he lives by himself in an apartment near the university.
 
Neil is a student attending Central University, the leading public university funded by the [[Central Government]]. He is studying to obtain a degree in Chemistry to pursue a career as a research scientist. He is of half Japanese, half white descent. It is unclear where his parents are, or if they are even alive, as he lives by himself in an apartment near the university.
   
In the beginning of the series, Neil is not much of a character. It is unclear what his resolve is, and whether or not he truly believes in the cause that [[Free Wired]] fights for. Gradually, though, Neil begins to immerse himself in his role as the symbol of being free wired... the CODE.
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Though Neil is an educated, intelligent individual, he does not have any fighting experience.  In high school and college he participated in cross country, and occasionally swims laps in his spare time.  He mentions that he learned how to throw knives as a hobby back in the day, which is part of the reason why he chooses to fight with daggers.
   
Neil chooses to fight with a pair of daggers rather than with a gun. This is because he does not believe in violence, but will fight when it is necessary.
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For some unexplained reason, Neil's DNA gives him resistance to the negative side effects of Devil's Coal, labeling him as an Immune.  This means that he can take Devil's Coal and experience the supernatural side effects without any health costs.  However, as explained by Tyler, Neil's genetic code may give him resistance, but overusage of the drug will still eventually wear down his body.  On the good side, exposure to more coal will evolve his abilities.  Derik's hope is to push Neil to the limit, to evolve his abilities to its full potential, like he was trying to do with Chase before he passed.  
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Unfortunately for Neil, his immunity renders him a target of the [[Central Government]] and Graves.  The government wants him for testing to develop Devil's Obsidian, and Graves, or [[Devil's Coal]] addicts, are hungry for his blood.  
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In the beginning of the series, Neil is not much of a character. It is unclear what his resolve is, and whether or not he truly believes in the cause that [[Free Wired]] fights for. Gradually, though, Neil begins to immerse himself in his role as the symbol of being free wired... the CODE.
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Neil's date of birth falls under the dragon in the Chinese Zodiac.
 
*Neil's date of birth falls under the dragon in the Chinese Zodiac.

Revision as of 19:04, December 5, 2012

  • Name: Neil Harada
  • Date of Birth: April 18th
  • Status: Student at Central University
  • Unit: Dual daggers
  • SBUI (Subject Behavior Under the Influence): Damage shielding, accelerated speed and reflexes, telekenesis, increased strength
  • Alignment: Free Wired
  • Voice Actor: TeenTraceur
Neil

Neil is a student attending Central University, the leading public university funded by the Central Government. He is studying to obtain a degree in Chemistry to pursue a career as a research scientist. He is of half Japanese, half white descent. It is unclear where his parents are, or if they are even alive, as he lives by himself in an apartment near the university.

Though Neil is an educated, intelligent individual, he does not have any fighting experience.  In high school and college he participated in cross country, and occasionally swims laps in his spare time.  He mentions that he learned how to throw knives as a hobby back in the day, which is part of the reason why he chooses to fight with daggers.

For some unexplained reason, Neil's DNA gives him resistance to the negative side effects of Devil's Coal, labeling him as an Immune.  This means that he can take Devil's Coal and experience the supernatural side effects without any health costs.  However, as explained by Tyler, Neil's genetic code may give him resistance, but overusage of the drug will still eventually wear down his body.  On the good side, exposure to more coal will evolve his abilities.  Derik's hope is to push Neil to the limit, to evolve his abilities to its full potential, like he was trying to do with Chase before he passed.  

Unfortunately for Neil, his immunity renders him a target of the Central Government and Graves.  The government wants him for testing to develop Devil's Obsidian, and Graves, or Devil's Coal addicts, are hungry for his blood.  

In the beginning of the series, Neil is not much of a character. It is unclear what his resolve is, and whether or not he truly believes in the cause that Free Wired fights for. Gradually, though, Neil begins to immerse himself in his role as the symbol of being free wired... the CODE.

Trivia

  • Neil's date of birth falls under the dragon in the Chinese Zodiac.
  • The last name "Harada" was given to Neil in remembrance of Shelly's old childhood friend that moved back to Japan many years ago.
  • The character concept/design for Neil was purposely made to give him an Asian ancestry.
  • The CODE's creator wanted to make Neil's character originally a chemistry student interested in research in honor of her own research interests.
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