|First encountered||Hong Kong or P&O Liner Mongolia (Suez-Bombay)|
Little is known about Fix's background. He is presumably a Scotland Yard Police Inspector, as his title indicates, but also appears at the end of the game as a bartender at the Reform Club should he be encountered in Hong Kong, implying he may have been working for Fogg's fellow club members all along to help secure them the wager.
Fix appears in Hong Kong where he attempts to separate Fogg from his valet by luring Passepartout into an opium den. If successful, Fix buys a ticket for Passepartout aboard the Jade Tiger to Yokohama, leaving him with no money, no passage home, and no way of contacting his master.
To a lesser extent, Inspector Fix can be encountered upon the P&0 Mongolia from Suez to Bombay. Inspector Fix will provide a small amount of foreshadowing about events in Hong Kong, but meeting Fix on this journey is not necessary.
- Fix is based loosely on the character of the same name from Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days. In the novel, however, Fix isn’t associated with the Reform Club nor does he have bad intentions, and is simply a Police Inspector who pursues Fogg in Hong Kong while under the impression he is a criminal.
- A beggar in Eastern Europe who claims to be able to read palms can inform Passepartout that something bad will happen in Hong Kong, foreshadowing Fix's plot.