He's our vilian (and, outside the story, one of my best friends). What can I say? He's a vicious master criminal who can manipulate, talk, convince, buy off, brainwash, blackmail, or otherwise control just about anyone around him, and makes Lex Luthor cry for his mommy. He has both a legal business empire and a far more shady criminal empire, along with vast technological resources and an army of lackeys consisting of just about whomever he pleases. There are things, however, that are too evil (or annoying) even for Chad, and must simply be destroyed.
His past is very mysterious. All that is known is that he used to be a good man, at least as far as others could tell, and was one of Jon's closest friends
Finally, we've seen that he has some powers of his own, though exactly what they are are unknown. We do know, however, that he can survive being forcefully thrown into a mountain, having a boulder pitched on his head, and having a full-power spirit bomb (a la Dragon Ball Z) dropped on him (not even Vegeta could have survived that). With all this going for him, why hasn't he taken over the world yet? Well, it's probably just bad luck, but it might also have something to do with this guy...
The hero of our stories (and technically me in real life). He's tall, fairly lanky, and dresses mostly in flight suits, combat fatigues, and your standard, stock-in-trade ninja suit, depending on the situation. He's very laid back, even when madly fighting for survival, and usually has a good, though warped, sense of humor too. He doesn't look terribly strong, but is suprisingly wiry, less because of genetics and more from the fact that he's constantly having to fight, battle, and scrap for both his survival and that of the entire planet. It's a big job.
He's an agent of the secret government organization A.R.C.A. Most of the rest of government doesn't even know they exist, and their funding is passed down through so many organizations and sub-committees that not even the most determined senator or scandal-hunting journalist would be able to find them... But Jon has nothing to do with the financial end of things, he's just one of the organization's best agents. He is skilled in the martial arts, survival in just about any setting, and technological things of just about any kind, and smart, fast, and cool under pressure to boot (noone ever said this had to be like reality). He's a hard guy to kill, and you don't really want him after you. Also, in the early chapters of the story, before our writing universe was very well defined, he exhibited powers complimentary to Chad's, like juggling boulders and making spirit bombs. It is unlikely, however, that many of these powers will surface again.
Jon has access to all sorts of technological goodies and tricks, a la James Bond, through A.R.C.A. He usually flies a souped-up helicopter that is capable of exceeding mach 1 when needed (I know this is probably physically impossible, but it's just a story)
Finally, he has very little life outside of the agency. He can't remember his parents and has no siblings that he knows of. Most of his past is, in fact, foggy, leaving him with noone that he's really close to and no real desire for anything but his work. This does wear on him, but he'd never admit it. Why does he bother trying so hard to save the world then, when he has no real attachment to it, noone he really cares about, besides the vaguely felt notion that "millions will die" if he does not come through? It's all he knows. And until something else comes up, he'll just be a happy-go-lucky secret agent man doing his job.
Xamot and Tomax are COBRA agents (from the GI Joe comics/cartoon) that are not only twins and warriors, but also attorneys and shrewd businessmen. They share a telepathic bond. They both know what the other is seeing, hearing, and thinking at all times. They also feel each other's pain, no matter how far appart they are. They are also mirror images of each other. The only difference is the scar on Xamot's left cheek. They also have a tendencey to finish each others sentences, or speak the same thing at the same time.
Here is another profile you can visit if you want more information. At the end of this bio, it says that the twins have disapeared from COBRA in the last few years... The site assumes that they're still running Cobra's legal businesses and financial affairs, but we now know better.
A transformer, actually six green and purple construction vehicles/robots, that combine together to form a huge, 60ft tall creature. Vastly limited in his mental capacity and almost unlimited in his strength. One often finds himself (or herself, if you like. Except Blue just toasted him. No need to run) playing 'Bugs Bunny' against such a creature. Here's some info for you. It's a site I turned up in a websearch while I was writing my part of the story, as I didn't exactly know many details about him off the top of my head.
Yes, she's actually in the story. Blame Chad. She's only played a bit-part so far, as a hostage. Who would want her back tho?