Quon is described to be a rather ordinary-looking person in a t-shirt and jeans, with his only fantasy-like clothing being the cloak he wore to keep himself warm. He's always tired and languid because he keeps himself awake, waiting for a possible GM Call.
He seems to be a loose person without much skill. It seems as though he isn't very fond of his fellow Ten Seats, several of whom tend to pick on him (Jered Gan especially), and Quon reminds them that he's only there because they asked him to, due to his ability to receive GM calls.
Prior the Catastrophe Edit
Quon was a game master working for F.O.E, which localized Elder Tale in Japan. Game masters had game avatars similar to Adventurers, and would investigate any reported game errors and mediate any disputes between players, the operating staff in the game world.
He did not log in from the special mainframe from the company, but was online from his home computer; that's why he was affected by the Catastrophe as well.
Catastrophe arc Edit
He had neither the ability nor interest in becoming one of the seat generals, however, there was still a chance that he could contribute with his deep understanding of the game and was thus chosen to be one of the seat generals.
Although most of his abilities as a game master had been sealed, he retained the "GM call', that was one of the game master abilities, that allows Quon receive pop up notifications of events happening within the Yamato server, however the event notification had been limited to timed and triggered events.
Gold of the Kunie arc Edit
He appears in the Ten Seats Conference, despite the fact that he doesn't like that the meeting was in the night. When Jered Gan taunts him about the "upper world," he states that he was simply there because the leaders of Plant Hwyaden wanted him to.