This food-based power gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "food for thought." Gluttons for knowledge, Voresophs possess super-intelligence as long as they are eating. Not surprisingly, this skill set is particularly useful to the FDA. which employs a Voresoph named Daniel Migdalo. When we first meet Daniel, he is
a skinny FDA agent helping Mason Savoy and Caeser Valenzano solve a particularly grizzly murder. With nothing but some photos from the crime scene and half-a-dozen chilli cheese dogs, Daniel is easily able to deduce the weapons and bullets used in the murder, as well as providing detailed descriptions of the two shooters.
Unfortunately, things do not end well for Daniel. After going crazy, he practically eats himself into oblivion, becoming the size of a small apartment. By the time protagonist Tony Chu encounters him, he is nothing more than a flabby monster ruled by animal instincts. Chu is able to use this to his advantage, defeating the engorged Voresoph by luring him out the window with a packet of mints.