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Jack's second youngest Alter Ego to date is Chase Brody. He's an eager, playful, and energetic young man who runs his own side vlog called "Bro Average". His first appearance was in his own created video, "Teabag Edition | Bro Average". He adores success, good humor, and fun and does his best to portray these values to his viewers. Unfortunately, he has a tendency to hide his real emotions behind his performances. He despises to be seen when he's vulnerable and tries his best not to involve those he considers "innocent" in his personal problems.

Very little is known of his backstory and personal life other than his birthday (April 11th, 2016), friends, and family life. One of his good friends is Dr Schneeplestein, who once saved his life. He struggles to make ends meet with his family and has an unhealthy relationship with his wife, Stacy, and her family. He can often be seen attempting to do his best reassuring her over the phone (despite what Stacy's sister suggests) and begs her not to take their children with no avail. When he attempts to tell the kids he loves them, Stacy hangs up.

As the home situation gradually worsens with Chase only growing increasingly agitated and upset, he continues to hide it behind a cheerful smile while in front of the camera. At the end of his vlog, he announces that he still loves his wife and doesn't want her to go before supposedly committing suicide. This is, however, followed by him opening his eyes so viewers can see that he is still alive. It's unknown if he intends to settle his family conflict or let Stacy and his children move on.

TriviaEdit

  • In Bio Inc. Redemption #3, Doctor Schneeplestein names the in-game character after Chase, and mentions he knows him very well.

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