|The Ultimate Snowman|
|"... Oh, that's right. I can't read! HAAAAHAHA."|
|Involved in...|| (Sandbox)
(Main) Monokuma's Awakening
Citizen Snow is a character original to the Convergence Series. He made his debut in The Torch.
Citizen Snow is an original character.
Nothing much is known about Citizen Snow's past other than that he is a snowman. It is also implied that he is a criminal in his home universe, being on the run at the time he was recruited into the Coalition, and his comments towards Catbug during the Daughter Incident about kidnapping Tarlotte.
At some point in the past, Citizen Snow was recruited into the Coalition, and sent to The Torch in order to train, being sorted into the "Sword" division.
Plot Involvement Edit
Snow had limited involvement in the event. He primarily interacted with Ravio, Deoxys, and Jet Jaguar, "letting curiosity get the better of him" as he put it.
He generally unnerved the other members of the Coalition, even intimidating Revolver Ocelot.
At some point, Citizen Snow was pulled into the Dark Place. He mainly interacted with Catbug, giving him advice on how to gain Tarlotte's affections, although it was actually kidnapping, and he got a telling off from Rinato Dormi.
He never received a proper epilogue due to his death at the hands of Monokuma.
Character Relationships Edit
- Ravio - A character from The Legend of Zelda who debuted in The Torch. Ravio and Snow had a brief interaction with each other during their times there.
- Deoxys - A character from Pokemon who debuted in Right Hand of the Crimson Moon. Snow took a liking to Deoxys, attempting to get him to fight Jet Jaguar.
- Jet Jaguar - A character from Godzilla who also debuted in The Torch. Snow found Jet Jaguar amusing, calling him a fool.
- Revolver Ocelot - A character from Metal Gear who also debuted in The Torch. Ocelot was visibly intimidated by Snow, backing away from him when he first appeared.
- Catbug - A character from Bravest Warriors who debuted in Monokuma's Awakening. Snow liked Catbug, trying to give him dating advice, which was basically just kidnapping.
- Monokuma refers to him posthumously as the "Ultimate Snow Job" in the third chapter of Monokuma's Awakening.