One of Scythe Goddard's followers. Chomsky is a hulking man who wears orange robes dotted with rubies. His weapon of choice is a flamethrower, and like Goddard, he takes pleasure in gleaning as spectacularly and as violently as possible. Rowan infers that Chomsky is just as heartless as Goddard is. Rowan kills Chomsky during the gleaning rampage at a Tonist cloister and uses Chomsky's flamethrower to burn the building, as well as the bodies of Goddard's other followers.
Scythe Chomsky Character Timeline in Scythe
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...guards have been gleaned and lets the scythes in. Goddard introduces himself and Scythes Volta, Chomsky, and Rand. They compliment his home and ignore him when he asks what their business... (full context)
...and asks about the size of Maxim's staff. Scythe Rand returns, dragging the pool boy. Chomsky touches the young man and he collapses dead. Chomsky looks delighted. Goddard offers Maxim, his... (full context)
...tells him to get ready: they're gleaning today. A helicopter arrives on the lawn as Chomsky practices aiming his flamethrower. Rowan tries to do the math of how many people they'll... (full context)
...the new year in PanAsia, so their gleanings will count toward next year. Everyone but Chomsky, who insists on using his flamethrower, packs samurai swords. Goddard instructs Rowan to bring an... (full context)