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Sellers

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Sellers
Sellers XS3.jpg
Species Human
Gender Male
Age 67
Height 163 cm
Weight 68 kg
Japanese VA Masaharu Sato
English VA Jamieson Price (XSI)
Steve Blum (XSII, III)
Appearances Xenosaga Episode I
Xenosaga Episode II
Xenosaga Episode III
Xenosaga 1 & 2
Xenosaga: The Animation

Sellers is an antagonist in the Xenosaga series. He is initially affiliated with the U-TIC Organization and later with Dmitri Yuriev.

Appearance and personality[edit]

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Story arc[edit]

Episode I[edit]

Sellers only appears in a single scene in Episode I. He communicates with Margulis via video, doubting the possibility of them being able to find or open the door to Lost Jerusalem. He claims that even Joachim Mizrahi couldn't accomplish what Margulis is looking for with the original Zohar. Margulis claims they will proceed with a Plan 401 which Sellers believes to be extreme. He is concerned that by treating MOMO too roughly they may lose the important information stored within the Y data. Sellers also expresses displeasure over Margulis seeking help from Albedo.

Episode II[edit]

Sellers appears in one scene in the game, speaking to Margulis. He tells him that he has destroyed Pleroma, considering it tainted by the Federation.

Lore[edit]

  • Sellers lost the use of his legs after being shot by Joachim Mizrahi at the conclusion of the Miltian Conflict, bounding him to a wheelchair for the rest of his life.
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Trivia[edit]

  • The character of Sellers may have been based upon the character Dr. Strangelove from the movie of the same name. Strangelove is a wheelchair-bound scientist with dark glasses; his work is on apocalyptic weapons towards which he shows a cavalier attitude, and his alliances change wildly over the course of his life without regards to morality. Strangelove was played by the actor Peter Sellers, from which Sellers' name is likely derived.

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