Vogo as he appears in Gravity Rush 2
|Also known as||Mustache|
|Appears in||Gravity Rush 2|
|Voice actor||Yasuyuki Kase|
Vogo is a merchant, and head of “Sun Shipping.” He regularly does business with a variety of clients, and is rumored to be involved with the illegal buying and selling of military supplies. His plans for Banga are less than noble.
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This article contains spoilers about part of Gravity Rush.
Vogo was born into the wealthy Sun family. At some point in his childhood, his father married Fi's mother, and Vogo quickly warmed up to his new step-brother. To prove that Fi and he would always be true brothers, Vogo branded the back of their hands with the Sun family's lion sigil, against the objections of their father. Eventually, Vogo took over his father's empire with Fi as his bodyguard and right-hand man, developing a bad reputation as a cutthroat businessman.
Vogo first appears to inspect the Banga settlement's latest haul of gravity ore, arrogantly claiming some of it is below grade. When Kat objects, Vogo orders Fi to deal with her, but is stopped by Syd.
Vogo returns to oversee a target competition to determine the fate of Banga, secretly rigging the game in his brother's favor. When Fi discovers and exposes the deception, however, he immediately demands a rematch and challenges Kat to a game of Bo'arack. Kat wins the fight and Vogo reluctantly gives in.
Later, following a severe reprimanding from Jirga Para Lhao's council, Vogo discovers that some of Banga's gravity ore has been stolen by the Angry Centipede gang, prompting Kat to investigate. She recovers the ore and is able to help Vogo in time.
During the battle for independence against the Council, Vogo helps the resistance fighters by ramming his ship into the Bismalia to disable its cannon. Everyone assumes he died in a noble sacrifice but he is discovered alive after the battle, having bailed out of his ship.
He later includes Hekseville in his shipping business as well once the two cities are united.
Vogo has a scheming personality and is willing to do anything to get ahead, even if it means sabotaging rivals. He believes this is a virtue and that the world is a dog-eat-dog place where he can't afford to let his guard down.
- ↑ Episode 3: Trial and Passage