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|Role||Future Mayor of Watersong|
Son of Rose
|Last Known Status||Alive|
Miles is a young Raposa who, despite his age, wants to be viewed as an adult. He can be very stubborn when faced with a need or challenge, such as retrieving the Promise Conch. He tries to be completely self-reliant, often to the point of refusing help from those who offer it. He is shown to pay close attention to detail, and was able to conclude that the Promise Conch was likely hidden somewhere in The Abyss based on the type of seaweed that Salem left behind.
Miles is a young male Raposa with orange fur. His outfit consists of a green and white suit with brass buttons, a black waistcoat, and a small green bowler hat with a gold ribbon wrapped around it.
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter
Immediately after the Creator restores Color to the ground, Miles is heard shouting at Salem to get away from him. Soon afterwards, he hides behind the Hero when Salem continues to demand that Miles come along with him. Seeing him with the Hero, Salem finally leaves Miles alone, stating that he was only trying to take Miles back home. Once Salem leaves, Mari offers to take Miles home, to which he refuses and runs off.
Some time later, Miles is found by multiple Watersong residents, but he runs into Jivin' Rooftops to escape them, so the Hero chases after him. Once Miles is brought back from Jivin' Rooftops, he explains to Jowee and the Hero that the reason he keeps running away is so that he can search for the Promise Conch to save his mother's life. Rose's flashback explains this further, showing Miles attempting to stop his mother from risking her life by betting her voice, and the power of song, against Salem. In the end, Rose lost her bet against Salem, and by her promise to the Conch she also lost her voice.
After listening to his explanation, the Hero is tasked with finding the Promise Conch, which Miles concludes to be located somewhere in The Abyss. Later, when the conch is found and Rose's voice is restored, Rose claims that she is not worthy to be the mayor of Watersong. Despite Miles's objection, Rose tries to pass the power of song to him, in the hope that he will make a better mayor after her death. However, the Creator intervenes during the transfer and stops Miles from getting the voice, keeping Rose alive. Shortly after this, Salem arrives and explains that he cheated in order to take control of Watersong. Salem then attempts to use his Ameba to attack Rose, Miles, and Butler, but after being being stopped and cornered by the Hero, Mari, and Jowee, he reveals himself as Wilfre and escapes using a portal.
Drawn to Life: Two Realms
Four years later, Miles is hiding in Rapoville because he feels like a failure. After the Hero and Jowee find him while searching for Mike. After using the Book of Imagination to clear his mind, Miles asks for a companion, so the Creator gives him the Pet. Miles then reveals that he saw Mike run into the house in the Watersong district.
- Miles can't be found after Watersong's story is finished.
- Miles is the second Raposa in the Drawn to Life series to freely traverse a level without needing to be rescued.
- The first is Jowee, who traverses the Twilite Wood in the first game.
- During Miles' explanation, Track 25 plays.
- It is possible that he is named after the Game Music Company that worked on the music for the Scribblenauts series.
- Miles attempts to run away during the voice transfer but is blocked by Butler.
- Miles can play the harmonica.
- Maximilien and Jacques wear outfits that are similar to Miles'.
- It is possible that Miles is the Mayor of Watersong during the events of Drawn to Life: Two Realms, but this hasn't been confirmed.