Scott Bernard

Scott Bernard (Known as Stick Bernard in Genesis Climber Mospeada) is a fictional character from the third Robotech Series: The New Generation. He is a young man, who is somewhat reluctant but a leader at best. He is a skilled pilot and was set to marry the woman he loved Marlene Rush. However, Marlene is killed in the battle with the Invid. Scott has a holographic medallion she gave him as a token of her love and he uses it to give him strength to continue the fight against the Invid.

Scott Bernard is voiced by Gregory Snegoff, who also provided the voices of Khyron and Dr. Emil Lang.

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