|Full Name||Jean-Sébastien Renault (ジャン＝セバスチャン・ルノー?)|
|Alias(es)||Le Sniper Supérieur|
|Place of Origin||France|
|Relative(s)||Parents (most definitely a mother)|
|Occupation(s)||Middle-School Student, Wonderful One|
|Voice Actor||English: Kari Wahlgren|
Japanese: Orine Fukushima
- "You may address me as Monsieur Wonder-Green."
- ―Wonder-Green, to Wonder-Red
- "Hands behind your back, chest out, teeth clenched!"
- ―Wonder-Green, to Wonder-Blue
- "Thank you. Your help is invaluable. Jean-Sébastien Renault...I mean...Wonder-Green! Isn't it?"
- ―Wonder-Red, introduction
- "Je suis invuable!"
- ―Wonder-Green, taunt
Wonder-Green is one of the main heroes in The Wonderful 101. His real name is Jean-Sébastien Renault. He attacks with a gun, which he affectionately calls, "Christine Daae."
Drawing an "L" shape will activate Wonder-Green's United Morph, Unite Gun. A small "L" symbol drawn with a few heroes in reserve results in a pistol, while a large symbol drawn with many heroes results in a weapon resembling the Super Scope accessory for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). Each shot of Wonder-Green's gun requires one hero to be launched as ammunition.
No other Unite Morph matches Unite Gun’s range. Unite Gun can be used on the ground or in the air. Although it doesn't do a lot of damage, it actually provides a convenient set-up for Climb Attacks, since the Unite Gun uses other team members as ammunition.
You can also use the muzzle of the Unite Gun to pick up various objects, such as trash cans, cars, bombs, and enemies, which can then be fired back at other enemies. Large objects require a larger Unite Gun, which requires a large amount of teammates to make.
Personality and traitsEdit
Chosen to be a Wonderful One due to his incredible skill with firearms and other ranged weapons, Wonder-Green is currently a mere middle school student. Yet, despite his youth, it is said that he can shoot through the hole of a doughnut a 100 kilometers away, while eating a doughnut himself.
Possibly due to his privileged upbringing, he often seems to feel like the world revolves around him and is prone to ignoring the reality of his surroundings. He is also shamelessly rude, which he expresses through snide remarks aimed at Blue and clumsy attempts at flirting with Pink; Blue often replies with an equally rude comeback, and Pink will reply with thinly veiled threats of violence.
Even during the tensest of missions, he possesses a completely carefree nature; that is until something goes south, then he instantly breaks into panic. Far clumsier than most would ever suspect for a Wonderful One, the care with which Green uses his rapid-fire proton gun is another, more careful, side of him that holds great pride in his position.
He has developed a close friendship with Black, as both are similar in age and love video games, comics, cartoons, and general mischief-making. This mischief-making extends to his love of junk food, a forbidden fruit under his parents, but a near constant indulgence as Green partakes in missions far beyond their strict reach.
Despite still being in middle school, Wonder-Green is such a proficient sniper that he quickly drew the attention of the CENTINELS. Normally, he pretends to be a serious student while under his parents’ strict supervision, but when given free rein, he spoils himself at every opportunity. Even after transforming, he is reluctant to let go of his bag of junk food and its seemingly inexhaustible supply. His skills as a marksman have earned him the nickname “Le Sniper Supérieur.”
No matter how proficient he might be though, Wonder-Green is still only a middle school student. He stands out for his overbearing remarks, but he’s also been known to panic or to downright break down and cry on occasion. His superhero outfit does nothing to mask his emotions.
Jean takes the form of an overweighted boy with forest green eyes. He has lime green hair that combed in a pointy hairstyle on the back, while his bang sweeps into his forehead. Jean's garments consists of a light-blue polo shirt with four black buttons and a red bow tie. Overneath his polo shirt is his green short overalls that has black straps. Jean wears socks and brown shoes finally. His accessory is a brown-colored messenger's bag, full of candy items, such as a red-swirled lollipop, a candy cane, and some colorful Tootsie Rolls.
As Wonder-Green, he dons his Wonder Mask, and takes a lime-green theme color. Green's bowtie is identical to the one in his civilian form, but with a white shirt underneath his CENTINELS suit jacket. Green's CENTINELS suit consists of lime-colored pants, shirt, and a pair of plain black boots. His Wonder Pendant is attached on the center as a Wonderful 100 trademark.
- Wonder-Green's full name, Jean-Sébastien Renault, is a possible reference of a French automobile manufacture, Renault.
- Green cries out "Merci!", when being attacked by Wonder-Pink. This can be a homonym for "mercy" (which Green used), and sometimes can be used incorrectly.
- "Merci" translates to "thank you" in French, according to P-Star.
- "Sacré vert!", a line that Green says frequently, translates to "Sacred green!" in French, which is a parody of the French expression "Sacré bleu!"
- In Opertion 009, "Sacré bleu!" is originally used, but written as "Sacré bleu marble!" (Sacred marble blue!"); this is a reference of Earth itself.
- When you see Green's talk sprite during conversations, he is always shown holding some kind of food:
- Operation 001: Caramel popcorn
- Operation 002: Rice ball
- Operation 003: Hamburger
- Operation 004: Breadsticks
- Operation 005: Chicken
- Operation 006: Ice cream
- Operation 007: Pizza
- Operation 008: Doughnut
- Operation 009: A hamburger drink referred to as a "Zebes Burger". "Zebes Burger" is a reference to Metroid, as several games in the Metroid series take place on a planet called Zebes.
- Both Green and Black share the voice of the Japanese voice actress, Orine Fukushima.
- If Wonder-Green is damaged or unmasked, you can see that his underwear is white with blue pinstripes. This means that he is the only main Wonderful One to be seen without wearing a black undergarment. This also applies to other overweight Wonderful Ones as well.
- In the Japanese version of the game, Green ends each sentence by using chi (チ?).
- Green's gun, Christine Daaé, is named after a character from the classic novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra (The Phantom of the Opera in the English version).
- Christine Daaé's upgraded form closely resembles the Super Famicom light gun peripheral, the Super Scope.
- Viewing the Artwork Gallery, You can see Green wielding a sniper; however, this sniper can be fully unsuitable, and was later scrapped to be replaced by a proton gun. Like the others, except for Yellow, Green sports a gray jacket. His messager's bag can be seen missing.
- Wonder-Green's first name, Jean, is shared by the Bayonetta feminine namesake (Jeanne).
- In the very early concepts, Wonder-Green is drastically designed in different details, showing that he is a tall and skinny male with short, ginger-colored hair, and smokes a cigar.
- Wonder-Green's other concept, Wonder-France, is a chubby boy with short, purple hair and a forest green CENTINEL suit.