Beastman as he appeared in F-Zero GX
|First Appeared||F-Zero X|
|Later Appeared|| F-Zero GX|
F-Zero Legend of Falcon
Beastman was born on the planet White, a planet that consists of 75% swamp and marshland, thus being a natural breeding ground for hoards of merciless alligators and the like of reptilian species. As a child, Christopher had always carried a dredful fear of these reptilian brutes and for a good reason: he had been brutally attacked by a pair of alligators in his youth and had barely gotten out of the horrific incident alive, casting a permanent scar in his memory and a permanent grudge on such vile and unreasonable creatures who prey on innocence without even a thought. This event is what inspired Christopher to dawn the "Beastman" persona: an expert hunter and marksmen who never let's his prey get away, wearing a full-body suit in the shape of a tyrannasaurus rex in order to intimidate beast and human alike who may draw near him, carrying a solemn vow to rid the Universe of dangerous animals who bring peril to innocent bipeds.
 F-Zero X
In the second console-based installment of the F-Zero franchise, Beastman is introduced as a hardened pilot born purely of nature and the elements, able to easily kill any form of deadly animal from various planets spanning the galaxies. Christopher ends up tied to the F-Zero Grand Prix after annihilating every single dangerous animal from his home planet of White and sees this Grand Prix as the proper oppurtunity to speedily tour other planets in the Universe which may also be wrought with similar creatures tormenting innocent life in need of his assistance.
 F-Zero GX
In the most recent console-based title, Beastman finds out that entering the F-Zero circuit was the right move as he discovers the pilot Bio Rex, a dinosaur with humanized qualities and the potential to bring great harm to innocent bystanders and involved pilots in the Grand Prix races should he suddenly will it. Without hesitation, Christopher makes a promise to himself and others that he'll continue racing in order to keep a watchful eye over this unpredictable creature.
 F-Zero Climax
Due to the lack of an actual storyline, besides being based off of the finale to F-Zero Falcon Legend(character-wise), Beastman is seen in this game with a very tight grip and commendable speed at the loss of adequate outer body strength.
 F-Zero Legend of Falcon
In the anime series, Beastman is introduced in the same episode that introduced Leon. In this altered storyline, Leon is actually a werewolf and Rick Wheeler discovers Beastman pursuing him each night with the intention of a swift and clean kill. As a supplement to this episode and a nod to his F-Zero GX bio, Beastman also attempts to take Bio Rex out during a race at the latter half of the episode. In the end, he succeeds with neither task.