Rowan's best friend and fellow "lettuce kid," or forgotten middle child. Not long before the start of the novel, Tyger starts “splatting” so that he can force his parents to spend money on him by sending him to revival centers. He loves attention, is a thrill seeker, and shallowly wants to be a professional party guest. Several months after Scythe Goddard takes over Rowan's training, Tyger accomplishes this goal: his parents turned him over to the Thunderhead, which allows him to do whatever he wants. He idolizes Rowan and also wants to work as one of Rowan's training subjects.
Tyger Salazar Quotes in Scythe
The Scythe quotes below are all either spoken by Tyger Salazar or refer to Tyger Salazar. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Simon & Schuster edition of Scythe published in 2017.).
Chapter 28 Quotes
Tyger left with the other professional party people, with whom he seemed to share much more in common now than with Rowan. Rowan wondered if there was anyone from his old life he could relate to anymore.
Tyger Salazar Character Timeline in Scythe
The timeline below shows where the character Tyger Salazar appears in Scythe. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...the party, Xenocrates shows up. He seems uncomfortable. Rowan is even more shocked to see Tyger, who is now a professional partier. Tyger admits that his parents surrendered him to the... (full context)