Elder Wright

Elder Wright is the author of the Tails In Ogden visual journal / webcomic. He is from Southern California, and the UOM is his original missionary assignment. He is an artist and is currently going to the University of Southern California to major in Game Development. He also enjoys being a part of the furry community, valuing the principles commonly strived for there of unconditional love and celebrating one's identity.  His fursona is Seijin, who is part avian, part canine. "Seijin" is one of the Japanese words for "saint".

Sister Hobbins

President Hobbins

President Hobbins is the Mission President of the Utah Ogden Mission when I started serving there as a missionary. He is from Southern California, and he has a career background in business leadership. He was the Mission President when the Utah Ogden Mission merged with the Utah Logan Mission, and he also managed the mission when the covid pandemic occurred.

Elder Lindt

Elder Lindt is my first missionary companion, which means he was my trainer. He comes from Virginia, and the UOM is his original missionary assignment. We were together for just 1 transfer, and we served in the Weber Heights Stake in South Ogden. The character he's given is part shark, part fox. Elder Lindt said his last name often got associated with the Lindt chocolate company, so he frequently used that connection to help people remember his name.

Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith is the first prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In addition to the many miraculous experiences we believe he experienced while working to restore Christ's official church on the earth, we also believe he was directed and helped by God to unearth, and then translate to English an ancient sacred record now known as "The Book of Mormon - Another Testament of Jesus Christ". You can read more about him and his life here: Simple Article / Detailed Article

Elder Strat

Elder Strat was the District Leader during the short time I was in South Ogden. He was a really good friend of Elder Lindt, and we frequently interacted during the time I was with Elder Lindt. He also is of African-American descent, which reminds me of the increasing diversity in Christ's church, which I am very grateful for. I drew him as a melanistic fox, which I think is a really cool aesthetic!