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Robert Childan is the owner of an Americana antiques shop in San Francisco.

Biography

Early Life

Robert Childan was born in San Francisco (while the exact year is unknown, it is assumed to be sometime before 1940). His parents are presumed to have died from Starvation during the cities in 1945. Robert survived by eating rats.

Season One

Childan is an antiques dealer that attracts the attention of the Kasoura family. He is very honored when he is invited to their mansion. At the end of the evening he is disappointed to be treated as a mere curiosity.

Season Two

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Season Three

To be Added

Season Four

Childan organizes an auction containing many items with a Western theme. Unfortunately, there is a terrorist attack from the BCR and he is apprehended. Under BCR custody, he is forced to write a letter to the Crown Princess, requesting a cease fire.

He is released and returns to his antique shop, only to find the Kempeitai having ransacked the place.

Appearance & Personality

Childan is a pragmatic and opportunistic merchant. He has natural business acumen and a talent for seizing opportunities. For the majority of the series, he does not concern himself with causes or ideals, preferring to simply pursue his commercial interests. To this end he has an excellent knowledge of Japanese culture and customs, a fluent command of the Japanese language and, as potential clients, often demonstrates extreme deference and respect towards Japanese citizens. 

Relationships

In the fourth season, he has a new coworker Yukiko, which he shows great affection to. They get married before they leave JPS together and move to Japan. However, he is forced to travel on a separate boat from her, since even after bribing a guard the man will not let Childan get on with her. Childan bribes the Yakuza to let him on a different boat, where he is last seen.

Appearances

Season One
"The New World"
Absent
"Sunrise"
Absent
"The Illustrated Woman"
Absent
"Revelations"
Appears
"The New Normal"
Absent
"Three Monkeys"
Appears
"Truth"
Appears
"End of the World"
Appears
"Kindness"
Absent
"A Way Out"
Absent
Season Two
"The Tiger's Cave"
Appears
"The Road Less Traveled"
Appears
"Travelers"
Appears
"Escalation"
Appears
"Duck and Cover"
Appears
"Kintsugi"
Absent
"Land O' Smiles"
Appears
"Loose Lips"
Appears
"Detonation"
Appears
"Fallout"
Absent
Season Three
"Now More Than Ever ..."
Absent
"Imagine Manchuria"
Appears
"Sensô Kôi"
Appears
"Sabra"
Appears
"The New Colossus"
Appears
"History Ends"
Appears
"Excess Animus"
Appears
"Kasumi ..."
Appears
"Baku"
Appears
"Jahr Null"
Appears
Season Four
"Hexagram 64"
Absent
"Every Door Out..."
Appears
"The Box"
Appears
"Happy Trails"
Appears
"Mauvaise Foi"
Appears
"All Serious Daring"
Appears
"No Masters But Ourselves"
Appears
"Hitler Has Only Got One Ball"
Appears
"For Want of a Nail"
Appears
"Fire from the Gods"
Appears

Notes & Trivia

To be Added

References

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