Xubu

Xubu  
Name: Xubu
Affiliations:  Crater Critters
Creators: John Osborne, Bradley Littlejohn
Appearances: The Quilt Chapter 1
   
   
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Xubu

Background

Xubu is a member of the Crater Critter tribe and a denizen of the Crater on the planet Quilt.  Carefree and competent in the face of fear, Xubu is helpful to his friends and full of bravado when others around him would wilt.  Compared to Thunk, Xubu is a much more lighthearted and optimistic heroic figure. While out harvesting the mythic Goosefruits from the Far Acres of the Crater, X is swept away at the first appearance of the Brooze and carried downstream to the Great Drain:  a deep and watery series of underground canals at the basin bottom of the Crater.  Despite his friends efforts Xubu has yet to found either dead or alive.

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The Authorbot is working on a futuristic reimagining of Little Nemo in Slumberland, called Nemo 3,000! By day, he lives as a mild-mannered servant of Bureaucracy in Albuquerque, New Mexico.