|Fur color||Black and white|
|Allies||Coyote, Elmer Fudd, Tom, Porky Pig|
|Enemies||The Trolls, Trollface, Tweety Bird, Granny|
|Weapon of choice||Necromancy|
|First appearance||Chapter 8|
Sylvester is a Neutral who aids the Troll Slaiyers in their quest.
Becoming a NeutralEdit
In a lengthy flashback, Sylvester's origins are shown as he is good drinking buddies with Coyote, Tom, and Elmer Fudd. They all talk about the various animals they try to hunt down, which they apparently have been doing for quite some time. In a drunken stupor, they eventually wander into a church where they gain necromancy powers, becoming "neutral".
Tails Gets TrolledEdit
Sylvester makes his first appearance in chapter 8, where he explains the details of his flashback alongside Coyote. He is eventually enlisted by Silver to help fight the trolls. He goes to attack the troll base, and demonstrates that he has collected the corpses of many characters beyond just Tweety Bird to use in battle, all of them birds. Sylvester's minions include Big Bird, Foghorn Leghorn, the penguins from madagascar, and the chicken from Family Guy. He fights alongside Tom and his minions against unnamed trolls, but eventually takes a bullet for Tom from Troll Face, resulting in his death. It is unknown if Troll Face is raping his corpse or if Tom has kept it to use for necromancy.
Relationship with TomEdit
Sylvester has constant arguments with Tom, as they compete to see who can kill the small animal they chase after first. Sylvester kills Tweety first, doing so before even the flashback begins, earning Tom's envy. They have apparently got into a bar fight over this before, and come close to doing so again during the flashback. While Tom eventually kills Jerry, they always find new things to argue about, such as their taste in porn. They also compete to see who can kill the most trolls in the troll base, with Sylvester complaining that Tom "steals his kills".
Sylvester typically acts much more mature than Tom, but apparently cares deeply about Tom as he goes out of his way to take a bullet for him. He claims that he acted so antagonistic simply to toughen him up and prepare him for the future.