On board the Raza, a derelict spacecraft en route to parts unknown, six passengers (and one Android) are awakened from cryo-sleep with no memories of who they are or what they're doing there. For convenience, they're named after the order in which they were awakened. From left to right: The Android, Six, Five, Two, Four, One and the ever-lovable Three.
Corso's accusations appear to be true. After using Tranfer Transit technology, which allows one to travel long distances via cloning, One gets a look at his real face — and identity: Derrick Moss, CEO of CoreLactic Industries and heir to the Moss fortune, whose wife Catherine was murdered ... apparently by Three!
For all his selfishness, scathing wisecracks and all-around unlikability, Three actually has a tender side. Once upon a time, Three was involved in the rebellion against the Ferrous Corporation … and the lover and caretaker of Sarah, a woman slowly dying from exposure to Ferrous' cyrillium processing.
Two is actually an advanced biosynthetic organism, a mix of human and artificial parts engineered by the creepy-charming Alexander Rook. She's something of an illegal prototype — if the authorities ever discovered her existence, it's likely she would be hunted down and destroyed.
… who's actually the Crown Prince Ishida Ryo, on the run after being accused of murdering his father, the Emperor Ishida Tetsuda, a crime manipulated by his wicked stepmother so her son, Hiro, could rise to the throne. Four is now on a mission to reclaim his kingdom and punish the conspirators.
And then there's Six, a man haunted by the memory of being tricked by a criminal mastermind known as The General into enacting a terrorist attack that claimed the lives of thousands of innocent people.