>>104880696>A side-story regarding him remember and going full teen in revenge or something would have been nice.
Nah, that would just come across as a slightly more tragic version of Chad. Plus, he’d end up becoming a jobber like him, and they’d take his joining the teens as vindication for decommissioning him.
Nah, what he deserves is not a story where he fulfills everyone’s expectations, but defies them by remaining loyal to the ideals, even if he can’t remember the cause. Like say, a side story where, in a rare moment of compassion and empathy, Numbuh 86 actually feels a bit guitly and decides to look up whatever happened to 19th century on her own in secret (as you can’t have people thinking that the tough executioner can have second thoughts) just to see if he’s doing alright and alleviate her guilt. When she does, she finds out that he’s unknowingly getting embroiled in some secret, pivotal conflict that forces/frees her to get involved, and with his eventual help saves the KND from ruination, ending with him getting “recommissioned” under a new name and designation.