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A puffle construction worker (picture was taken years ago)
|Status||alive, but weak|
Jordan O'vian is an old green puffle. He was the first O'vian to get all of the penguin's rights and was married to Mabel XVII (she only married him because he would give her those penguin rights), and is the father of Tars O'vian, grandfather of Sister Alkamesh and Icarius and Great-Grandfather of Penelope.
Like every other O'vian, Jordan wanted to be more like a penguin. He wanted to be a construction worker, but every penguin scoffed at him. He didn't know what to do. However, an improtant building collasped a few years later, and nobody knew how to rebuild it. Jordan looked at the blueprints, and decided to rebuild it himself. He did, and many penguins were happy at him. He was given the rights of a penguin, and was extremely satisfied.
He then met General Puff, who had just gotten married, was in the military, and was looking for a home. Jordan agreed to let him live with him for a while. He saw Puff have children, and thought that he was lonely. General Puff told him that his sister, Mabel XVII, also didn't have kids, and Jordan asked what she was like. Puff told him, and Jordan was interested. Unfortunately, Puff sugar-coated most of his descriptions.
General Puff set up a date for Mabel XVII and Jordan. She was only interested in him because he was popular and didn't like the fact that he was a green puffle. However, she managed to pretend to be someone she wasn't and this won Jordan's heart. They had a purple puffle named Tars O'vian. Jordan loved him very much, and he brought him closer to Mabel.
Mabel eventually died, and they mourned her at the funeral.
Jordan, like General Puff, is very frail and old, and doesn't do much. He still has good ideas for archetecture, and people get ideas from him.
- He helped construct the Awesome Drama Theater as well as other buildings.