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Ricard Desi
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Portrayed by Rick Desilets
First appearance Genesis
In-story stats
Known ability as of Genesis
Intuitive aptitude
Alias The Mongoose
Nickname Rickie-D
Gender
Age 21
Date of birth April 2, 1987
Home formerly Lowell, MA
Residences Apartment in Worcester, MA
Occupation College student & actor
Significant others formerly Dani Gilliam,
formerly Collette Roberts
Parents Rico Desi,
Kelly Cooke
Sibling Younger sister:
Emma Desi
Other relatives Uncles:
Daniel Cooke

Ricard Desi is a college student and rising actor, son of Rico Desi and Kelly Cooke. He is an evolved human with the ability to understand how things work.

About

Ability notes

While Ricard's ability has been classified as intuitive aptitude, a more correct term would be something like "visual mimicry". Although Ricard is capable of understanding without prior knowledge, his ability is augmented by seeing what he is to understand, and thus leans toward enhanced understanding through visual aptitude.

Character History

Volume One: Genesis

(note: during Volume One, Ricard is drawn to New York by a mysterious woman.)

Genesis

(October 1 2006)

Don't Look Back

(October 2 2006)

One Giant Leap

(October 4 2006)

Collision

(October 5 2006)

Hiros

(October 6 2006)

Better Halves

(October 7 2006)

Nothing to Hide

(October 8 2006)

Seven Minutes to Midnight

(October 9 2006)

Homecoming

(October 10 2006)

Six Months Ago

(April 2006)

Fallout

(October 11 2006)

Volume Two: Generations

(note: during Volume Two, the same woman draws Ricard along.)

Volume Three: Exodus

(note: during Volume Three, Ricard becomes stuck in a disconnected timeline.)

Volume Four: Villains

(note: during Volume Four, Ricard's abilities are stolen by Arthur, but regained through use of the genetic modification formula.)

Volume Five: Fugitives