Mr. Ford

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Mr. Ford
Species Human
Gender Male
Age Adult
Fur Color
Black Hair
Home Belleview
Role Villager
Last Known Status Alive
Game(s) TR Logo.png
Did you know this town is over one hundred and seventeen years old? That's ancient!

–Mr. Ford

Mr. Ford is a human featured in Drawn to Life: Two Realms. He is a Belleview resident and owns the Library in town.

TowerIcon.png Appearance[edit]

Mr. Ford is an adult human with brown hair cut into an afro. He wears a brown jacket with a white undershirt. He also wears khaki pants and black shoes, and he has a small, black goatee.

Book Icon.png Story[edit]

Before the events of Drawn to Life: Two Realms, Mr. Ford was infected with Shadow by Aldark, turning him from a peppy historian to a depressed librarian. He plays no major role in the story but by the end of the game, the Hero has saved him from the Shadow, allowing him to update the library for the youth.

BoIopen.png Imagination Battle[edit]

It's time for some fun with your library card!

–Level Description

Ford's Lessons of Self Learning is an optional battle in Drawn to Life: Two Realms, has one segment, and takes place inside Mr. Ford's mind.


One Star (400 points): 20 Rapo-Coins
Two Stars (1200 points): 30 Rapo-Coins
Three Stars (2000 points): Spring Toy

Required Enemies[edit]

Build Mode[edit]

For this level, the player is required to place 4 toys and defeat all possible toys.

Quote Icon.png Quotes[edit]

Did you know this town is over one hundred and seventeen years old? That's ancient!

–Mr. Ford

Before unlocking Back in My Day

Hardly anyone visits the library anymore. Those books need someone to read them other than me!

–Mr. Ford

After unlocking Back in My Day but before attempting it

I don't know how to convince people to read more Du Bois...

–Mr. Ford

After losing Back in My Day

Maybe if we start stocking comic books, the younger kids will grab those AND pick up some Herodotus.

–Mr. Ford

After winning Back in My Day


  • In his battle dialogue, he references U.S. Civil Rights author W.E.B. Du Bois, along with ancient Greek writer Herodotus.
  • It is possible that Mr. Ford is Indee's counterpart due to similarities in their appearances and interests.
    • Another possible counterpart is Pouches, although there are fewer similarities to back this.

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