He occasionally works as a Memory Capture (M-Cap) operator and is also janitor and is a member of the Disciples.
Despite being a janitor, he is still part of the code-breaking team as the team needs him too much and still assists with M-Cap as Levitt is considered to be the best at it.
After meeting Octavia Blake and falling in love with her, Levitt's commitment to his cause wavers as he discovers the true nature of Bill Cadogan and the "final code", and he begins to assist Octavia and her friends in secret before defecting completely and joining in the effort to stop the Last War, something that Levitt had wanted for his whole life to happen.
Early life Edit
Not much is known about his early life. He was descended from the people who fled the Nuclear Apocalypse and were brought to Bardo, using the Anomaly Stone and the Temporal Anomaly. During his life, he is a brilliant mind who has always lived by the book, doing exactly what he’s told. He eventually became a Level 11 Disciple.
Throughout the Series Edit
Levitt is shown to be incredibly intelligent, not only knowing how to operate the M-Cap machine, but how to resist it without the machine damaging the person under its care. Levitt has an understanding of the Temporal Anomaly and how it works, requiring no help to work the Anomaly Stone, commenting that "unlike Dev, I really do know everything." Bill Cadogan calls Levitt the best at running M-Cap.
Despite being a Disciple, Levitt is shown to not be as fanatical as his comrades and to retain compassion for others. He is fascinated by Octavia Blake, seeing her as a warrior, but not a bad person as she believes. When Hope Diyoza arrives to rescue Octavia and her mother, Levitt willingly helps them to escape and even conspires to aid Hope and Octavia in their mission.
Levitt is shown to have picked up some of Octavia's Sky People mannerisms, using the phrase "may we meet again" when parting with Octavia and commenting that Anders can "go float himself" if he wants to interrupt Levitt's M-Cap session with Octavia before they are done.
Despite being a technician, Levitt has impressive fighting skills of his own, taking down two armored Disciples single-handedly.
According to Levitt, before meeting Octavia he didn't have a life. As a result of his interactions with Octavia and his compassion for Octavia and her cause, Levitt begins straying further and further from the Disciples while still not fully defecting. However, after seeing Cadogan's treatment of Madi Griffin, and the true nature of the "final code" and Cadogan himself, Levitt's compassion proves to be too much for him to bear anymore and he turns on his people completely, dedicating himself to the cause of stopping Cadogan from starting the Last War despite it having been what he had wanted for all of his life.
Physical Appearance Edit
He has short black hair, brown eyes and tan skin. He also has Anomaly symbols on his face. Though Levitt usually wears the white outfit of a Disciple, he abandons it for casual clothes when he joins Octavia in living on Earth.
- Main article: Octavia and Levitt
The relationship between Octavia Blake and Levitt starts out antagonistic towards each other when Octavia is recaptured by Disciple leader Anders and the scientist Levitt. Anders has Levitt use the M-Cap to extract Octavia's memories of her friends, developing a particular interest in Clarke Griffin. Levitt becomes interested in Octavia's history, reassuring her that while she is a warrior, she is not a bad person. After learning that years have passed on Skyring while she's been gone, Octavia offers to give Levitt the information that he wants to know in exchange for him helping her return there for Hope.
In "The Dying of the Light," Levitt betrays his people and brings Octavia and Clarke back to Bardo, showing no sign of anger for Octavia's previous actions. When asked about betraying something that he had wanted for his whole life, Levitt simply states that before he met Octavia, he had no life.
In "The Last War," Levitt chooses to give up Transcendence to live on Earth with Octavia.
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Notes and Trivia Edit
- His character was announced on December 12, 2019.
- Levitt is Octavia's final and only love interest who actually survived.
- He is the only remaining Disciple, after most of the others achieved transcendence in "The Last War".
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