In 1843, Nemo Tiberius Gloval was born to Mr. Hank Gloval and his lovely wife, Queen Beryl, in a small province in the south of Rhodesia. When Rhodesia's dictator, Frank Rhodes, left the country to take command of an important American university, the Gloval family found comfort in the fact that their boy had grown strong and had recently won the all-Africa boomerang championships. He returned home that night, as he always did, to find his home overrun by communists. Having lost the family salt mines, he joined the Spanish armada under Admiral Nelson's command. Each day, Nelson told him that he had done a fine day's work but that he would surely be killed in the morning. At a port somewhere in Tunisia, he met a woman he loved like no other.
When Nelson died, Nemo formed an underground unit call the Big Red Commandos, with which he began terrorizing students. This he found to be boring, and so he began construction on the Nautilus. Then all that Nadia stuff happened. In 1902, he was frozen in an avalanche. He was found in 2009 and unfrozen. After being updated to current events, Nemo joined the newly-formed Macross project and became captain of the SDF-1. One of his crew, Nene, was his part-time lover, and she secretly gave birth to Izumi Maki. After the events chronicled in Macross, Capt. Nemo Gloval retired to a small farming community outside of Mos Eisley. There, he cultivated his new strain of blue seed plants until one day Yuriko Star visited him. She seduced him, and her child was named Earl. Earl invented a very small time machine and sent himself (along with Mr. Peabody and his boy Sherman) back in time to ancient China. Here, he married an empress, and their child was Hotohori. Before Miaka appeared, Hotohori had a love affair with the most beautiful Kasumi Tendo. Their child moved to Japan and took up the sword. We know him now as Kenshin Himura. Meanwhile... or much, much later, depending on how you look at it, Gloval-sama began his exodus to planet Jurai, where he would be killed horribly in the first succession war, but not before he gave General Kerensky a good scar.
[Editor's Note: This article was submitted last June! That's a whole 9 months before it was due! What dedication.]