(Artwork from Camelot Software Planning)
Matthew (third cousin)
Isaac (second cousin)
|Eye color||Light Blue|
|Japanese name||テリー Terry|
Tyrell (テリーTerry) is a playable character in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. He is the son of Garet, and a Mars Adept like his father. He was first revealed for the game alongside his fellow party members Karis and Matthew.
As a playable characterEdit
The first adventure is to find and save him from a Psynergy Vortex within Tanglewood. Then the real adventure begins: Tyrell joins at level 4 with 176 experience points and his starting equipment will be a Short Sword, Cotton Shirt, Padded Gloves, and a Leather Cap.
Being a clone of his father, Garet possesses rather low PP ratings, and the lowest agility out of all the characters in Dark Dawn. However, this is offset by his powerful psynergy pool, above-average attack, high HP, and the highest defense rating in the game.
BiographyEditTyrell is the son of the previous games' Garet, as stated in Japanese-language magazine V-Jump and it is confirmed from press releases that 30 years passed in between Golden Sun: The Lost Age and Golden Sun: Dark Dawn and that the main characters of the game are the children of the main characters from the previous games. It's interesting to note that while Tyrell has a similar build, hair style, and hair color to Garet, his light blue/green eye color is much different from Garet's auburn eye color.
Tyrell is fearless, having a poor sense of danger. This, mixed with pride and curiosity, causes the hunt for the Roc's Feather and frustrates the party along the way, especially Karis (even causing her to cry at one point). Throughout Dark Dawn, he accepts and creates unneccessary challenges, such as challenging Blados immediately after fending off an ambush. Thanks to his mouth, even the calmest foes can't resist targeting him first. When Tyrell does get hurt, he hardly acknowledges it.
He also large arms and is rather barrel chested.Translation of a brief article on Dark Dawn in Japanese-language magazine Jump describes Tyrell as a Mars Adept, a mischievous character, and Matthew's close friend. Tyrell also hates it when Karis bosses him around.