|Voiced by||Cam Clarke|
Keiji Fujiwara (Japanese)
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"The encapsulated, controllable power, which Jeredy intended to be used for the benefit of mankind, quickly proved to hold both positive and negative potential. In the hands of good, Monsuno could be constructive, but in the hands of bad, it would be destructive.
Before Jeredy is able to organize the chaos, he goes mysteriously missing. Are greater forces at play?"
Dr. Jeredy Suno, Chase's dad, has always been obsessed with science, and is always on the move. His insatiable appetite for research is what led to the earth shattering breakthrough discovery of Monsuno.
Both Jeredy Suno's constant research on Monsunos and his own personal search for his missing wife has caused him to leave behind his only son, Chase. Without any notes or calls detailing his whereabouts, Jeredy spends the entire first season avoiding contact with his son in the hope that Chase will not get involved in his work, but eventually asks for his help in resolving the Monsuno conflict he started.
Dr Suno is very confident in his ability as a scientist and hacker, but not to the point of obnoxiousness. He tends to meet comments about his vast intellect with silence. He acknowledges his vanity in naming Monsuno essence after himself in a recorded diary entry, and appears a little embarrassed, laughing as he speaks.
While captured by Klipse, he states that he has a responsibility to use his talents for good; to help others. He never downplays his abilities, choosing to make objective statements about the situation at large; he simply says things as they are. For instance, in Combat, Jeredy doesn't struggle to accept that his own secure files were hacked and quickly adapts to the emergency situation, despite Bren stating that "He was practically the one to invent hacking."
Chase is established to be Jeredy's only weakness. He fails to manage to remain collected when his son is threatened; he becomes violent in Assault when Charlemagne and Trey taunt him by telling him that they will torture Chase until Jeredy complies with their demands, resulting in him getting knocked out with a stun gun and dragged out of the room. He also complies with Dr Kilpse after he threatens to experiment on Chase. In Life, he begs Trey to take him, but leave Chase alone, and in Monster, runs out to find his son when he hears Chase and Jinja scream in an underground sewer, despite Dax trying to talk him out of it.
Jeredy is a scientist in a warzone. He is not a fighter, opting to flee over engagement. Oddly, he never wields his own monsuno in the first two seasons; it is possible that Evo was originally intended for his use, but he hands it to Chase in Appleseeds to protect him from Dark Spin. In season 3, he finally starts using Charlemagne's former core, Driftblade, which he has altered to Core-Tech's specifications, when his wife is in danger.
He believes that the conflict was started due to his original work, which was stolen by S.T.O.R.M, and actively works to stop it. He is quite tenacious; in Assault, he tells Charlemagne that torturing him will not change his mindset.
Due to S.T.O.R.M's progressively aggressive tactics to control him and his research, Jeredy escapes from his work facility and goes into hiding. Although he leaves a core behind containing Lock, specifically created to protect Chase, and a Core tablet filled with useful information and technology, his plan to not involve his son backfires spectacularly. He inadvertently puts Chase in danger, with both S.T.O.R.M. and Professor Klipse attempting to capture Chase to get to his father.
It is established very early on that Dr Suno rarely contacts Chase, if at all, while at work at S.T.O.R.M, but it is his prolonged period of no contact that results in Chase setting off in search of him. Jon Ace, the only person Jeredy befriended at the S.T.O.R.M. facility, has a high opinion of Jeredy, calling him a 'survivor', and by extension takes special measures to watch over Chase in his absence.
For the majority of World Master, Jeredy Suno has a one-track mind. He remains oblivious to his son's emotional torment while focusing on his research, as Chase searches desperately all over the globe to find him and ensure his safety. Jeredy is in regular contact with Dax, who is instrumental in carrying out Jeredy's plans, and frequently asks him not to involve Chase, seemingly in denial at his son's tenacity.
Dr Suno feels a crushing responsibility to resolve the impending disaster surrounding Monsunos and, unlike Chase, chooses to bear his problems alone, to the extent that he neglects all else. This causes him immense stress. In Monster, rather than allowing Team Core-Tech to protect him, he chooses instead to activate the final Failsafe device, prioritising the completion of his work over his own wellbeing.
It appears Dr Suno struggles to communicate with his son; he could not find it within himself to explain his wife's disappearance to a young Chase, and so hid the secret altogether. This is on display when Chase reveals that he knows that his mother is alive, and expresses that his father's lies have hurt him, even laughing in disappointment.
Jeredy is forced to realise how his actions are destroying his relationship with his son, something that makes him very upset, and Chase comforts him. Succeeding his rescue from S.T.O.R.M., Jeredy rejects Chase's apology for his outburst, saying, "Son, you have nothing to be sorry about. It's my fault."
Later, he travels to a specific location. Chase goes after him to protect him from Dark Spin, and angrily rebukes him for putting himself in harm's way, and accuses him of only thinking of himself. This presents a turn for Jeredy's character, as he leads Chase to a family photograph he and his wife had buried near a tree, and cries, wholeheartedly apologising for everything he put Chase through.
From this point on, Jeredy appears to be repentant for his actions. Even when he is rescued a second time from S.T.O.R.M., he continues to apologise, and Chase tells him they can talk later.
He decides that Chase, having the gift of Monsuno sight, and having bonded with Lock, has better jurisdiction than him to decide the fate of the Monsuno essence, and doesn't complain when Chase disposes of the Failsafe trigger. Instead, at his son's behest, for months he throws all his efforts into finding a new method to avert the impending disaster that supports his son's vision of a world where humans and monsunos can live harmoniously. This is all despite the fact that the world could have easily been saved through merely constructing a new trigger and activating it, which would go against Chase's wishes.
Chase and Jeredy's relationship improves drastically in Combat Chaos; Jeredy accepts that he needs help- something Chase has wanted to do from the very start- and frequently talks to Chase, whether in person or electronically. As a fugitive of S.T.O.R.M., obviously unable to contact the World Council as a result, he sends out Team Core-Tech instead on missions for various tasks, whether it be finding new monsuno frequencies, or preventing kidnappings.
He balances finding a new method to save the planet, treating Toxic Ace's condition and continuing the search for Sophia, and Jeredy is enthusiastic to fulfil Chase's requests, such as in the creation of Neo-Quickforce. His relationship with Chase is vastly more positive; unlike in World Master, Jeredy listens and appreciates Chase's opinions, even when they vastly differ from his own, such as in Knights, where he is persuaded by Chase to try a radical treatment to save a dying Jon Ace that he described as "foolhardy".
Sometime before the events of the Monsuno series, a worldwide energy crisis strikes the planet. On a mission to end the crisis, Jeredy Suno discovers the Monsuno Essence and develops artificial creatures based on the ancient Monsuno, which brought extinction to the dinosaurs millions of years ago. However, he soon goes missing and is nowhere to be found.
Jeredy appeared in person in Appleseeds, where he was spotted by Chase and Team Core-Tech while exploring some ruins in the Lowlands. Jeredy entered a temple where it was revealed that he is working with Dax. As Jeredy and Dax were crossing a bridge, Chase and the team arrived and Chase ran across the bridge to his father, and they embraced. Their father-son moment was cut short, however, since Medea and Darkspin dropped down and spun out their Monsuno against Team Core-Tech. During the battle, the bridge was destroyed, and as Jeredy tried to reach out to his son, Chase fell down to the river below along with Lock. Seeing that Chase needed some extra help, Jeredy tossed a Strike Launcher with Evo's Core down to Chase before leaving with Dax. Sometime after the battle was over, Jeredy and Dax parted ways, with Dax going on to join Team Core-Tech.
In Wellspring, he was shown operating from a hideout in the Lowlands. When Dax called him from the Well of Pure Life and explained the current situation, Jeredy asked that Dax hand the phone over to Chase. Jeredy then matched the well's frequencies and told Chase to throw the phone, which was emitting the matched frequency, into the well, causing the well to explode and destroying most of the Monsuno Essence.
In Life, he was confronted by Chase about the whereabouts of his mother, Mrs. Suno. Jeredy then explained to Chase about how Chase's mother had suddenly disappeared, with the possibility of her having been kidnapped. Jeredy went on to explain the Earth's current situation with the massive spreading of Monsuno Essence throughout the planet, and that the Essence would soon reach the Earth's core, thereby destroying the planet. Commander Trey and several S.T.O.R.M. Soldiers then attacked the hideout, with the intent of abducting Jeredy. Team Core-Tech attempted to fight back, but Jeredy was eventually captured when the hideout caved in. Later, Jeredy was rescued by Chase and the rest of the team after they had defeated Charlemagne and Trey. Jeredy then parted ways with his son again, explaining to Chase that they will eventually find Chase's mother.
In Failsafe, he was shown in a flashback, giving Dax a new cell phone and telling him to not allow Chase to get involved with Jeredy's work again.
In Remembrance, he went out into the open world and was easily tracked by Team Core-Tech and Darkspin. Jeredy was followed by Darkspin to a bridge, where Team Core-Tech crash landed onto the bridge in a Hopper. After the battle between both groups began, Jeredy tossed Chase a Strike Glove to assist with Chase's launch. Jeredy then became the main target for Darkspin, and all of the Monsunos present tossed Jeredy around until Lock was finally able to retrieve Jeredy and bring him back to Team Core-Tech. Later, when asked about his actions by Chase, Jeredy explained that the location they were standing at was where Jeredy said goodbye to Mrs. Suno before her disappearance. Jeredy then showed Chase a picture he had buried there which showed Jeredy and a baby Chase with Mrs. Suno. After a brief father-son moment, Jeredy was snatched up by a claw connected to the Cloud Carrier and was finally captured by S.T.O.R.M.
In Assault, he was brought to Charlemagne and questioned about the Monsuno in S.T.O.R.M.'s possession, Babbeon. Jeredy refused to cooperate, so Charlemagne had her soldiers torture Jeredy and throw him into a cage that was in a room with other caged animals. Later, during Team Core-Tech's assault on the Cloud Carrier, Jeredy was freed by Chase and Bren, and they headed back to Charlemagne's office in order to retrieve Babbeon's Core. Later, Jeredy escaped with the rest of Team Core-Tech as the Cloud Carrier sunk into the ocean.
In Monster, he directed Team Core-Tech towards Isemon, where the last Failsafe device is to be planted. After the team entered the sewers, Jeredy planted the final device, but was unable to activate it as Chase, Beyal, and Jinja had mysteriously disappeared. Jeredy, Bren, and Dax then found the three tied up and encountered a mysterious cloaked figure that easily took down Airswitch. After, Dr. Klipse and Hargrave arrived and explained Toxic Ace's origins, a battle began between both groups, giving Jeredy the opportunity to go activate the final device. Although Jeredy was able to activate the device, he was later knocked unconscious and captured by Toxic Ace, being taken away by the hybrid, Dr. Klipse, and Hargrave.
- His first name is a combination of the show's two co-creators' names. Jeremy Padawer and Jared Wolfson combined their names to create Jer-red-y, Jer from Jeremy, red from Jared and the y from Jeremy.