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Wiseman
Wiseman
Aliases
Khan Wong
Grahf
Gender
Male
Age
Adult (same as Khan)
Race
Human
Status
Deceased
Birthdate
E.C. 99XX (same as Khan)
Birthplace
Unknown (probably Shevat as Khan)
Height
Unknown
Weight
Unknown
Hair color
Grey-black (behind mask)
Eye color
Golden-brown (behind mask)
Occupation
Unknown
Gear
Alpha Weltall (as Grahf)
Unnamed white Gear
Voice actor
None
You appear to be looking forward, but in reality you're only looking downward. You're only looking at yourself. Like that, you will find nothing.
—Wiseman to Fei Fong Wong

Wiseman is Khan Wong's alter ego.

Biography Edit

Wiseman first appears in a flashback when Chief Lee tells Fei Fong Wong that he had brought him to Lahan Village three years before the start of the game.

Xenogears Edit

This masked, hooded, and caped figure appears several times throughout the game and gives Fei, Khan's son, advice. Sometimes he appears to fight or antagonize him and other times he appears to directly help Fei and the group, such as when he appeared in Zeboim in order to contain Id.

Wiseman appears in the flesh just before the battle tournament in Bledavik and it is clear from his introduction that he is not just a minor character.

While exploring the Zeboim Ruins, Wiseman appears in an attempt to stop Id. The scene ends on a cliffhanger.

The last time Wiseman appears is after Fei and Id have reconciled in Fei's mind and Xenogears is created. Wiseman disappears forever when he reveals his true identity as Khan Wong. It is also revealed that Wiseman, Khan, and Grahf are the same person, and Grahf has taken over Khan's body and is using him as a host. Khan's will allowed him to periodically break free of Grahf's control and act of his own accord. It is during these times that he appeared as Wiseman.

Quotes Edit

  • "Why do you fight? ...For yourself? Or for the sake of others?" (to Fei)

Trivia Edit

  • Wiseman is a reference to the Biblical Wisemen. Stories actually tell of a fourth wise man besides Balthasar, Melchior and Gaspar. This wiseman's gift was in the form of 3 stones/gems. In the game, the player must find 3 stones to enter Wiseman's room in Shevat.

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