So I'll play along (and maybe even include what I'm already thinking about): Jason as a ... Beacon : With his nanobot powers gone (whew!), Jason still has his inventions and a desire for justice. Also, this lets him get another corgi as a pet. Newborn : With Jason comatose, the Nanobots try to carry on his good work. If only they had more than vague bits of Jason's memories to understand the world around them ... Delinquent: Dark Jason is trying to pass, and he hates it. But it beats being stuck in the Sepiaverse eating barbecued lizards. Reformed : Dark Jason has to learn to pass. And, actually, maybe he kind of wants to. Transformed : Life was so much easier / photogenic before the nanobots became a flexible but crusty skin that perpetually covered him -- no longer life-threatening, but rather, um, unseemly. Bull : Jason's solved his nanobot Doom. Now he can be a real super-hero! Joined : It was probably a mistake to rescue that Jason from the Sepiaverse. The mingling of the nanobots has solved the Doom problem, but now there are two if him, and he's not sure how that's going to work ... Star : Well, sooner or later all that popularity was going to go to Jason's head. We all saw it happening. Innocent : Well, not really time travel -- but who'd have thought that final Vyortovian spell would actually summon an incarnation of the cartoon Jason Quill from seven years ago? [Alternative: The Adventures of Young Byron Quill, time-displaced from the past now that the embittered survivor who has a crippled adopted son, a comatose natural son, and a dead lover, has finally been rescued from the Sepiaverse.] Janus : Good news? The nanobot problem has been fixed. The bad news? The Quill Foundation insists that Jason needs to get serious about being involved in the business, and stop being a (high-liability) hero, or else he's cut off. But nanobots can form a mask, too ... Nova : Good news? The nanobots are no longer destroying Jason's psyche. The bad news? They keep getting more and more powerful ... and now it's the rest of the world that's threatened by the gray goo ... Protege : [Can't think of something offhand.] Soldier : The destruction of the Quill Foundation in the final battle has left Jason at loose ends. Fortunately, AEGIS admires the training and background he brings to the table, and ... well, Jason needs a bit of structure in his life. And an income. Harbinger : It's kind of weird that, even as Jason solved the nanobot problem, he suddenly knew stuff that was going to happen soon. Is he a projection into his own body from the future? Does he have some super-extrapolative reasoning that the nanobots were restricting (by design)? Or has he just suffered a psychic break? Brain : Yeah, the nanobots are gone, yeah, great. But now they've stopped suppressing the memory. That memory. The real reason Alycia hates him, and the real reason Byron parked him in Halcyon ... and all that great Jason Quill brain can do is try and figure out a way to make up for it. Okay, it's a sign of how much I love this game that I'm excited by all of those. Or, hell, maybe the dozen ideas these create in me tomorrow .