|Current Age|| Book 1: 13 years old|
Book 2: 16 years old
Book 3: 19 years old
|Living Town||Peace Key City|
|Main Weapon(s)||Light Powers|
|Vulnerable to||Void/Dark Power, Fire|
|First Appearance||The Sixty Four Saga|
Sixty Four has a good-natured personality, but likes to solve problems with his violent powers. He is really nice to his friends and family, but can have a deep hatred for his enemies. He sometimes can be harsh, but it is usually becuase of an intense situation. He is exceptionally immature in Book 1 (basing an entire adventure on the rescue of his N64), but quickly matures within the plots of Books 2 and 3.
Sixty Four has blonde hair, pale skin, light blue eyes, a basic red shirt (with his specific emblem, the Solar Star), blue pants, and shoes with a combination of gray and blue colors. He doesn't change much in aging from 13 to 16 to 19. This may be because he is meant to be a timeless character, but technically ages throughout his story.
Amy becomes Sixty's girlfriend after Book 1, and becomes his wife between Book 2 and Book 3. Eric Four is their son.
Eight is Sixty Four's rival, but they become friends after Jayl Cel is revealed as the true Void Persona.
Jayl is the main antagonist of The Sixty Four Saga, and in Book 2 he is revealed as the main enemy.
Mick Cool is Sixty's friend in The Sixty Four Saga, under possession of Clemethai. After Sixty leaves Mick Cool and therefore Clemethai does as well, Mick Cool is left with a lust for revenge against Sixty.
Eric is Sixty's son.
Clemethai is the god of Light, giving Sixty and the succeeding Light Personas their power.
In this alternate timeline of Sixty's, taking place near the end of where II would be, Sixty is just another resident of the Fantendo Mansion that was invited to a mysterious place by ThE KiNg. In this timeline, Sixty falls in love with Ella Metals, though he hides it somewhat, usually keeping it in his thoughts. This does get him into a rivalry with Teardrop, as he can telepathically sense Sixty's thoughts.
After this, around the time where Eric's Quest I would take place, Sixty divorces Amy (since he is alive), and takes Eric to live with him within the Fantendo Mansion.
Sixty Four doesn't actually appear physically in Voidverse Future. However, because Seventy Four does (under his real name, Vincent Altmanti), it could be argued that Sixty's alternate reality self lies in Seventy's because of the events at the end of The Seventy Four Saga. Generationally, it could alternatively be argued that Sixty's alternate reality self is Dyllan Altmanti.
- Sixty Four has a star on his shirt, but it doesn't do anything. It is revealed in The Colin Four Saga that the star symbol's name is the Solar Star.
- Sixty does normal teenager things like going to school, playing sports, etc., but none of this is present during his summer quests.