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Jono was the grandson on Admiral Maria Rosso, who served in the Talarian space fleet. By 2368 he had reached a rank equal to ensign. (TNG novel: Sins of Commission)

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From Grand Theft Wiki

Jono is a character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City who is mentioned by his mother, Jan Brown, on the Vice City Public Radio station. He also has a brother, Patrick III. Brown mentions her son had killed the postman, the day before the show.[1]


  1. Jan Brown: "Yesterday, my youngest Jono, killed the postman..." (from the Morality show on VCPR)

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ST Expanded

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Jono in 2367.

Jono was a human raised as a Talarian. His birth name was Jeremiah Rossa.

Rossa was born to Connor and Moira Rossa on Galen IV in 2353. Four years later, in an attack during the Galen border conflicts, Rossa's parents were killed by Talarians. As per Talarian rights, Rossa was adopted by a Talarian named Endar, who welcomed him into his family like a son. He was integrated into Talarian society, renamed Jono, very much unaware of his fading human side.

In 2367, he and several Talarian youths were training on a Talarian starship when it became disabled. The Starfleet starship USS Enterprise-D rescued them. During his time aboard the Enterprise, Captain Jean-Luc Picard attempted to renew Jono's interest in his humanity, even going as far as to get him into contact with his paternal grandmother, Admiral Connaught Rossa.

Torn between his true identity and his adoptive culture, Jono lashed out, attempting to stab Picard, in an attempt to be put to death for his actions and end the dilemma. In the end, with the decision up to Jono, he chose to return with Endar to Talarian society. (TNG: "Suddenly Human")

Pendragon Timeline

Ambassador Jono in 2386.

Jono rose through the ranks in the Talarian military and eventually became a respected commander. He opposed raids into Cardassia and the Demilitarized Zone in the 2370s.

After witnessing the horrors his adopted people had inflicted on the Cardassian and DMZ survivors, he sought to be a peacemaker.

While infiltrating Xe'na'zha in the Badlands in late 2385, Jono's life was saved by Benjamin Bartholomew. (PDN: "Above the Wrecks of Time")

In 2386, Jono became Talarian Ambassador to the Colonial Alliance, though he maintained his rank of Captain in the Talarian space fleet.

Background notes

In both his canonical appearance on TNG, and his "appearances by photomanipulation" in Star Trek: Pendragon, Jono was played by Chad Allen.

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!









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Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories





Jono is the Egyptian counterpart of Joey Wheeler. He is friends with the Prince, although he is initially unaware of his royal status.

Character biography

Jono is first seen dueling and losing to the mage Seto where he is greeted by Teana and the Prince, just before he is defeated. The mage mocks Jono's dueling skills but Jono and Teana tell him that the Prince could easily defeat him. Seto is however summoned and cannot duel the Prince. Jono, Teana and the Prince return to the Dueling Grounds where he loses to the Prince in a friendly duel.

Jono is not seen again until Yugi Muto returns the Prince to the past. Upon the prince's return Jono briefs him on the political situation of the Dynasty and how the Mages, led by Heishin govern the land. He leads the Prince to the Hidden Dueling Grounds where he plays him in another friendly.

After the Prince defeats the High Mages Jono informs him that Teana has been kidnapped by Seto. The Prince and Jono head to the Dark Shrine where they defeat a Labyrinth Mage (or multiple depending on how the player navigates). After passing the Labyrinth, they find Seto and Heishin with some aides, holding down Teana. Seto releases Teana saying and offers the prince a chance to duel Heishin. Teana thanks Jono and the Prince for the rescue and they travel back to the Hidden Dueling Grounds. Jono tells the Prince to be cautious as they part ways.


Jono's Deck is based on Joey Wheeler's Deck from Duelist Kingdom. The first time the player faces him, he uses mainly Warrior and Beast-Warrior cards. "Time Wizard" can be won off him at this point. The second time the player faces him, the most notable change to his Deck is the inclusion of "Red-eyes B. Dragon", which the player can win off him.

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