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This is a list of minor, uncredited Sixers. Every person listed below arrived to Terra Nova on the sixth pilgrimage via the rigged lottery[1] to work for Mira, Lucas and their employers. In 2147[2], they left the colony and started living in the jungle because Taylor had discovered their true agenda.

Turret Man 2Edit

Turret Man 2 was a Sixer who manned the gun turret on Mira’s rhino in “Genesis: Part 2.” He and a few other Sixers drove to Terra Nova to have Carter released. Two carnotaurs attacked their convoy on their way to the colony; another turret man was killed, but this one survived.

Sixer 1 (“Genesis: Part 2”)Edit

This Sixer was a member of the two-vehicle convoy that drove to Terra Nova in “Genesis: Part 2.” They convinced Commander Taylor to release Carter and give them medical supplies in exchange for meteoric iron.

Sixer 2 (“Genesis: Part 2”)Edit

This Sixer was a member of the two-vehicle convoy that drove to Terra Nova in “Genesis: Part 2.” They convinced Commander Taylor to release Carter and give them medical supplies in exchange for meteoric iron.

Sixer 3 (“Genesis: Part 2”)Edit

This Sixer was a member of the two-vehicle convoy that drove to Terra Nova in “Genesis: Part 2.” They convinced Commander Taylor to release Carter and give them medical supplies in exchange for meteoric iron.

Sixer 1 (“What Remains”)Edit

This Sixer (portrayed by Ben Weirheim) first appeared in “What Remains” when Mira gave Tom Boylan wild sorghum in exchange for medicine and a power cell. Boylan then informed them that he employed Josh Shannon and would need the Sixers’ help with contacting 2149 for him.

In “The Runaway,” he was manning the gun turret of one of Mira’s rhinos when they came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

In “Bylaw,” he was present when Mira met with Josh Shannon and Skye Tate.

Sixer 2 (“What Remains”)Edit

This Sixer first appeared in “What Remains” when Mira gave Tom Boylan wild sorghum in exchange for medicine and a power cell. Boylan then informed them that he employed Josh Shannon and would need the Sixers’ help with contacting 2149 for him.

In “Bylaw,” she was one of the Sixers who took Josh Shannon and Skye Tate to meet with Mira.

Sixer 3 (“What Remains”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “What Remains” when Mira gave Tom Boylan wild sorghum in exchange for medicine and a power cell. Boylan then informed them that he employed Josh Shannon and would need the Sixers’ help with contacting 2149 for him.

Sixer 4 (“What Remains”)Edit

This Sixer first appeared in “What Remains” when Mira gave Tom Boylan wild sorghum in exchange for medicine and a power cell. Boylan then informed them that he employed Josh Shannon and would need the Sixers’ help with contacting 2149 for him.

In “The Runaway,” he was one of the Sixers who came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

In “Bylaw,” he was present when Mira met with Josh Shannon and Skye Tate.

Sixer 5 (“What Remains”)Edit

This Sixer first appeared in “What Remains” when Mira gave Tom Boylan wild sorghum in exchange for medicine and a power cell. Boylan then informed them that he employed Josh Shannon and would need the Sixers’ help with contacting 2149 for him.

In “The Runaway,” he was one of the Sixers who came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

In “Bylaw,” he was present when Mira met with Josh Shannon and Skye Tate.

He was at the Sixers’ camp when Mira received intelligence through a dragonfly in “Vs.

Sixer 1 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway.” He tried to attack Washington with a knife after she and Dunham found the bag of Leah Marcos. Before the Sixer could stab her, Washington shot a blast of sonic energy at him with her pistol, which seemed to render him unconscious.

Sixer 2 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer first appeared in “The Runaway.” He attacked Washington after she and Dunham found the bag of Leah Marcos. After a brief struggle, she managed to overcome him, and he fell into a near stream of water.

In “Bylaw,” he was one of the Sixers who took Josh Shannon and Skye Tate to meet with Mira.

He and other Sixers ambushed and stole the supplies of a Terra Novan convoy headed for Med Outpost 9 in “Vs.

Sixer 3 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 4 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer first appeared in “The Runaway.” He was manning the gun turret of one of Mira’s rhinos when they came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

In “Bylaw,” he was present when Mira met with Josh Shannon and Skye Tate.

He also appeared in “Vs.” and “Now You See Me” when another Sixer used the lift to get up to their camp.

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • The scene from “Now You See Me” where this character appeared was actually just a different take of his scene from “Vs.

Sixer 5 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 6 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 7 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 8 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 9 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 10 (“The Runaway”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “The Runaway” when Mira came to Terra Nova to ask for Leah Marcos.

Sixer 1 (“Bylaw”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “Bylaw.” He was one of the Sixers who took Josh Shannon and Skye Tate to meet with Mira.

Sixer 2 (“Bylaw”)Edit

  • The Sixer (back) in “Bylaw
  • The Sixer in “Bylaw
  • The Sixer in “Bylaw
  • The Sixer in “Vs.
  • The Sixer in “Vs.
  • The Sixer in “Vs.
  • The Sixer in “Vs.

This Sixer (portrayed by Zachariah Dominello) first appeared in “Bylaw.” He was one of the Sixers who took Josh Shannon and Skye Tate to meet with Mira.

He and other Sixers ambushed and stole the supplies of a Terra Novan convoy headed for Med Outpost 9 in “Vs.

Sixer 3 (“Bylaw”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “Bylaw” when with Mira met with Josh Shannon and Skye Tate.

Sixer 1 (“Nightfall”)Edit

This Sixer (portrayed by Philippe Deseck) first appeared in “Nightfall.” He, Carter and another Sixer broke into Terra Nova’s research laboratory to take back Lucas Taylor’s box. When Nathaniel Taylor and Jim Shannon entered to stop them, this Sixer shot an arrow at Taylor and proceeded to fight Jim. Jim managed to overcome him and knocked him out.

It seems that the Sixer escaped from the colony at some point after regaining consciousness; he reappeared in “Vs.” as one of the Sixers who ambushed and stole the supplies of a Terra Novan convoy headed for Med Outpost 9.

Sixer BruiserEdit

This Sixer (portrayed by John Reynolds) appeared in “Nightfall.” He, Carter and another Sixer broke into Terra Nova’s research laboratory to take back Lucas Taylor’s box. He attacked and briefly fought Jim Shannon. Afterwards, he was attacked by Nathaniel Taylor. While the two of them were fighting, Tom Boylan entered, armed with a revolver. The Sixer was shot by Boylan while trying to stab Taylor. It was not made clear on the show whether he survived the gunshot wound or succumbed to it.

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • A recap of “Nightfall” on Fox’s official website said this Sixer was killed. This claim, however, is questionable, as Fox’s recaps are not always accurate.
  • This Sixer was portrayed by John Reynolds, who had previously portrayed Officer 3 in the episode “Genesis: Part 1.” Unless the two of them were meant to be identical twins, this is a mistake.

Sixer 1 (“Vs.”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “Vs.” and “Now You See Me.” In both episodes, he was seen using the lift to get up to the Sixers’ camp.

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • The scene from “Now You See Me” where this character appeared was actually just a different take of his scene from “Vs.

Sixer 1 (“Now You See Me”)Edit

This Sixer appeared in “Now You See Me” when Sixer Runner was talking to Carter on the comm.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Now You See Me
  2. In “Now You See Me,” Mira claimed she had been in the jungle for almost one thousand days.
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