Pretend someone asked your character: "What do you think about Ezra Lowe?" or "How do you feel about Ezra?" Leave your quotes here!
- "Ezra's so weird. He's a good friend – like, I've got the dude's back most of the time and I'd think that he'd probably have mind if we're in a panicky situation, right? But he's so weird. Like he goes off on these weird tangents, he has a habit of just…wandering off without telling anyone he's wandering off for an extended period – it's like he was raised by dogs instead of humans or something. He's just impossible to understand. But whatever, he handles me calling him a douchemonger well so, guess I can't bitch too much?" – Sara Jackson
- "I don't think I've met anyone quite like Ezra before. Like, you'll talk, and maybe you'll get the vibe that he's just sort of humoring you, going through the motions, and then out of nowhere a very passionate argument about something I hadn't ever given much thought to. I get the sense that Ezra isn't a small-talk kind of person… Either he's not interested, or he's into something all the way, and he's very good at discerning between the two. I sort of… Well, I used to think of Ezra as cold, but I've come to realize he has a habit of retreating inward. Especially with so much to think about, it can happen pretty often. And he isn't perfect, no one is, but he does try to come back out of his own head, and I think he really does care, and… I'm glad we're friends." — Allison Vogel
- "This guy is so weird. I don't even know what else to say. He can't keep his story straight for longer than five minutes, he seems to have come from some underground cult – like. What in the fuck? But he's apparently really handy with a wrench if a bit of a flighty mess so I guess he's got that going for him. Just – King of the fucking Weird right here." - Sara Jackson
- "Good guy. Solid. Steady. Weirdly comforting in his 'I'm a space alien' sort of way. One thing? I wish he'd stop trying to save me from myself. I'm already in this. I'm not backing down now. I'm not afraid of his boogeymen." – Fiona
- "I've never met somebody that's made so many rapid-fire horrible decisions in my life. But I guess when you can't even really remember making them, you get to be horrified at winning that prize. Django's got a really long road ahead of him. Or an incredibly short one, depending on what he decides to do. At least he seems to have figured things out without me having to give him the sex talk too." — Petrol
- "He's a very nice man. Very polite, very friendly, goes out of his way to help people. Perhaps not the brightest, but one does not need to be bright to be kind and kindness is needed more in this world." — Pepper
- "He's SO SUPER DUPER NICE he helped me pass my MATH FINAL so I GRADUATED and can go to college and become a veterinarian and help ALL the doggos in the world! And Petrol says that sometimes this will make me sad but I am okay with it so long as I am helping and I read a bunch of stories about it and Django taught me how you sometimes just gotta keep rereading something until you get it! That's so nice of him!" — Winny
- "He…appears so ponderous about his actions that I think most would assume that he needs to speed up, but I would argue that he needs to learn patience and planning. Ah, but Tonya – you say to me – he DOES have patience and planning, haven't you seen the items he crafted? I have. They're fine. They could be far better. When it comes to his life decisions, he either ignores them until he is forced to react to them and in the moment his decision-making is extremely poor, or he just gives them the barest of attention and then charges in to destructive results, or rather than spend all the time he has actually pondering them so he can come up with ideas he just ignores them and fixates on the wrong parts that he shouldn't be worrying about at all. He needs to slow down. He needs to prioritize. He – in fact – needs to learn how to prioritize. He needs to learn how to examine and breakdown a situation. He needs to learn how to look into a room and see all the ways he could die and all the ways out and how to utilize both of those things so that he will survive. He needs to learn how to think things through and how to follow steps. He needs to learn how to come up with his own ideas and – counter to that – he needs to learn when to ask for help. You need to rely on your team and your team needs to rely on you. There are times to be stubborn, and there are times to give in. He needs to learn all of that. But he's so fixated on – something…becoming the best crafter in the freehold? I don't know, he changed his opinion every three seconds while he was with me, wanting to become a great speaker one minute and a speed demon the next and a ninja the next, so he also needs to learn who and what he is, and he needs to make well thought out decisions about his future – he needs to learn all that, and once he's learned all that and his life isn't a spiral of mania and wanting to grab whatever shiny thing he sees around him (and boy do I know THAT feeling), maybe then he'll be better at whatever it is he wants to be." – Tonya Tinker
- "Django-Bango? Aye, right good lad. A bit of a dumbarse but 'e's got a good heart in 'im. Follows directions real good, kinda fergets te ask questoins once 'e gets 'is first one out, and Oi'll tell ye wot, ye can always avoid th'first question. Oi loik it when ye can avoid a question an' then get 'em off topic. Good folk there. " – Whitley
- "He is a very interesting…person. I find I want to know more about him." – Agnes
- "For a long time, I felt like I was getting an incomplete view of who Django really is. He appeared out of nowhere, not wanting to speak about where he'd been or been doing, and seemed to lack basic knowledge of how socializing works. But for all that, he's a quiet, focused man who can build truly beautiful things. But there was always something in the back of my mind that didn't feel right.
It wasn't until he started asking about Ezra that I finally knew. I'm not sure how I couldn't see the resemblance before, but it's so strong. And it makes sense… Ezra was trying to find his dad, never kept in touch much, and apparently wasn't much of a PI. I tried to save him the heartbreak of holding out hope. I told him Ezra didn't want anything to do with him. It's better this way… Difficult at first, but kinder in the long run. I don't expect to see Django again, now that he doesn't have a reason to keep looking in New York." – Allison