Sodoramus was a medieval sage for whom the Island of Sodor is named.
Sodoramus visited a then unnamed Sodor in 1545. Upon arrival, he has a vision revealing the violence and misfortune which will befall the island in the years to come. In the hopes of mitigating this prophecy, Sodoramus vows that humanity will realize its selfish and destructive ways through seeing itself within the technology it has created. In cursing the island, any technology of great power introduced to the island is given the gift of sentience as a reminder of mankind's power as a creative force.
- Matt Tribble
- Sodoramus' name is a reference to Nostradamus, a French philospher from the 16th century who is well known for his predicitions regarding the end of the world.