Characters: God Hand

Here's a list of characters from the video game God Hand.

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Voiced by: Beng Spies

"Newsflash, big guy: you can wax on, wax off all you like. I'm still kicking your ass."

The player character of God Hand, Gene is a 23-year-old smart-ass drifter who really likes beating people up, and firmly believes that he has a "macho" exterior. However, he earnestly has a strong sense of justice and upon witnessing a young woman being attacked by a gang of demons, immediately runs in to save her. Things don't go quite as planned, and Gene ends up getting his own right arm hacked off. The woman, named Olivia, shows her gratitude by replacing it with one of the legendary God Hands. With this new power, Gene is now fully capable of going toe-to-toe with even the most powerful of demons... but he is also obligated to rescue those under the yoke of Demonkind. And if he doesn't, Olivia will take the God Hand back with her Hatchet!

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Voiced by: Bettina Bush

This young lady is actually one of the last surviving members of the clan that has guarded the God Hands for centuries. She had barely escaped from the execution of said clan, entrusted with one of the God Hands by her father. She is saved by Gene when she's attacked by Bruce and Felix, and gives Gene the God Hand as a gift of "thanks" — because she now has someone to order around and stop the demons from overthrowing humanity. But if Gene has the right God Hand, where is the left one?

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    The Four Devas 


Voiced by: Daran Norris

"I don't trust dirty humans."

He is the leader of the Four Devas. The oldest, most loyal servant of Angra, Belze is fond of holding meetings and wearing cheap suits. He wants nothing more than resurrecting his master and thinks of humans as mere filth. He doesn't like it when Shannon puts her feet on his precious table. He tends to sit on the sidelines while his underlings do all the dirty work for him, but what will he do when he himself is forced to battle Gene?

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Azel, the Devil Hand

Voiced by: Sam Riegel

"In a world where only the strong survive, only the strongest of the strong rule."

The newest member Belze's Four Devas and the possessor of the left God Hand, Azel chose to side with the demons to further his own goals. Azel is also human, which means he clashes with Belze often.

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Voiced by: Susan Chesler

"Mortal men... so many uses. They can make such wonderful toys!"

Shannon is the only female member of the Four Devas, who knows exactly what she wants. She doesn't care about the revival of Angra — only seeking pleasures, partying, and her own fancies at any cost. She owns several poison chihuahuas and very much would like to make Gene into her "pet." Elvis has a big crush on her. Gene just thinks she's an insane nympho.

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Voiced by: Jamieson Price

"This little huevón is the God Hand? Oh, that's rich!"

This fat, heavy cigar-smoking, potty-mouthed member of the Four Devas has a huge crush on Shannon and likes to eat humans. Seeing as how he really likes Shannon, he tries to prove his worth to her by fighting Gene.

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Angra / SATAN

Voiced by: Jamieson Price

A Fallen Angel, cast down into hell for his pride. The lord of all demons, Angra, filled with anger and hatred, raised an army of spirits and demons in a bid to take over the world of humans. Angra would have succeeded; however, a mysterious man with no name appeared and his arms were blessed with the holy power of God. He fought and defeated the demon army, before finally beating the crap out of and sealing Angra away, sending him back down to whence he came. The people he had saved, grateful for this brave savior, gave him the name of "God Hand." The man's arms, the God Hands, were then given to a clan that would protect them from evil, should they be needed again. In the present day, the Four Devas are working to revive Angra, and possibly capture the God Hands to ensure that nothing interferes.

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"Those who possess this power (the God Hands) are capable of becoming either god or demon."

    The Three Evil Stooges 

Voiced by: Sam Riegel (Bruce), Melissa Fahn (Conchita), Fred Tatasciore (Felix)

A trio of demons serving the Four Devas, they are comprised of Felix (the horned brute), Bruce (thin guy in green), and Conchita (she whips it good). Bruce is the one who severed Gene's arm. Once Gene gains the God Hand, he believes a little payback is in order.

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  • Battle Boomerang: Bruce carries a giant boomerang.
  • Bald of Evil: Bruce.
  • Beard of Evil: Felix.
  • Boomerang Comeback: If you attack Bruce after he throws his boomerang, this will happen to you at least once. And for extra added fun, it will manuever behind Gene if you try to side-dodge it.
  • The Brute: Look at their photo and take a guess.
  • Bullfight Boss: Felix. He even has bull horns and howls like one.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Felix wear spiked maces over his hands.
  • Dominatrix: Conchita. She may or may not have trained her partners, as Felix calls her "Madame Conchita".
  • Dumb Muscle: Played completely straight with Felix. He struggles to form sentences more than three words long.
  • Expy: Of the Dorombo Gang from Time Bokan.
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: While a reoccurring threat that can kick Gene's teeth in if the player is careless, they do not actually get any stronger.
  • It's Personal: Some time in the past, Bruce and Felix were harassing Olivia. Gene, pre-God Hand, tried to step in, only to get his arm cut off.
  • Lame Comeback: Kind of a running gag, courtesy of Felix.
  • Lean and Mean: Bruce.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: As above, Felix and Bruce are responsible for making Gene the God Hand.
  • Power Fist: Felix has spiked steel balls for his hands.
  • Shockwave Stomp: Felix.
  • Terrible Trio
  • Trio Boss: The first time they take on Gene, they have one member fight him at a time. The second time, two to three of them fight you at once.
  • Whip It Good: Conchita.
  • You Have Failed Me: Azel kills Bruce, Felix, and Conchita after they fail to kill Gene a second time.
    • Although it's unclear if it's this trope, or if Azel just killed them because they were in his way, as they don't seem to know who he is.


Mr. Gold & Mr. Silver

Voice by: Wally Wingert

Gene runs into these... flamboyant twins early in Stage One. They apparently work for Elvis and will make passes at Gene during their battle.

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  • Ass Kicks You: One of their attacks is to scoot towards you, ass-first.
  • Battle Couple: It's unclear if they're actually a couple, but a few of their attacks are preceded by thrusting their pelvises in each others' direction, which strongly suggests they are at least lovers.
  • Camp Gay: They speak in very feminine voices, they are prone to yelling "Here I come~!" before attacking, and their outfits include feathers. Not so much Camp Gay as entire National Wildlife Preserve Gay.
  • Combination Attack: They have two. For the first, one will hang from the other's shoulders and they spin uncontrollably around the arena. The other is an unblockable grab where one of them will throw Gene back and the other will spike him into onto the floor. That last one is also That One Attack, so don't get hit with it or else kiss your spine goodbye.
  • Dual Boss: Further reinforcing their educational role in the game, they will show how fighting more than one man at a time is exponentially harder than a one-on-one.
  • Hard Gay: Their outfits also include biker-esque attire.
  • Manly Gay: They are also extremely talented fighters, and are seriously buff.
  • Theme Naming: Not too hard to figure out.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: If you haven't realized that the game is Nintendo Hard yet, these guys will have no problem demonstrating it to you.

The Mad Midget Five

A group of sentai-themed little people all named after card suits (Joker/Diamond/Club/Spade/Hearts).

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  • Affectionate Parody: Of Super Sentai.
  • Asskicking Pose: They are prone to doing this.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: They can fire them from the crests on their helmets.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: How they introduce themselves.
    • "A hard gangsta, Diamond!"
    • "You can find me at the Club!"
    • "Have your pet neutered, or Spade!"
  • Recurring Boss: They show up twice. The second time, they have a few upgrades... which barely helps them at all, considering that Gene has also been getting stronger.
  • Theme Naming: They are named after card suits, except their leader, who is named "Joker" (which still fits with the overall card theme, as Joker is the wild card).
  • Wolf Pack Boss: There's five of them, and they are far more dangerous with at least four fighters than they are with three or less.

Gorilla Mask

A gorilla in a luchador suit. The gorilla bit is also a costume.

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  • Killer Gorilla
  • Malevolent Masked Ape
  • Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: He's a Luchador Gorilla. Examining him after the fight reveals a zipper on the back, indicating there is at least one more layer; and then consider that demons in this game typically disguise themselves as humans...
  • Power-Up Food: He sometimes does a dance to summon a weak enemy, who in turn, gives him a banana and runs off. You can take the banana before he eats it for health. Naturally, this will annoy him.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Challenges Gene again as one of the four trials before he can reach Angra's altar. He now has some new moves, which are more dangerous since you're now facing him in a smaller room, and a groovy new costume.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Invoked. He's actually a luchador.

Psychic Midget

A highly paranoid telekinetic midget who picked the wrong game to appear in.

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Great Sensei

Master swordsman fond of sending his student after Gene and appearing through teleporting doors. Can clone himself.

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  • Badass Beard
  • Badass Grandpa
  • Katanas Are Just Better
  • Me's a Crowd: One of his most common tricks is separating into several clones of himself, with more clones appearing as his health gets lower. Fortunately, the clones only take a couple of hits to dispatch; unfortunately, their attacks are quite real and with the long reach and high damage Sensei is capable of putting out, an incautious player will get carved into dog food.
  • Revenge: For Gene killing his student (several times).
  • Samurai: Heavily implied.

Dr. Ion

A clunky old robot with a pet bird and the Fifth(?) Deva. Usually is plugged into a charger, but later upgrades to... a back-mounted Battery!

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  • Achilles' Heel: His need to keep himself powered up.
  • Ass Shove: When he's defeated for the first time, Dr. Ion attempts to crawl towards his charging seat. Gene takes a cut power cord, and promptly inserts it in the wrong port.
  • Fifth Deva: If he defeats Gene, he gets a spot among the Devas. The other members consider him too weak to achieve either.
  • Killer Robot: Blends with his (possibly) demonic nature.
  • Nice Hat: The second time he shows up, he's wearing a new helmet made from his robot bird. Very snazzy.
  • Shock and Awe: Most of his moves deal with him attempting to electrocute Gene.
  • This Is a Drill: One of his attacks.
  • The Voiceless: The robot crow that accompanies him for the first fight talks. All it says is some variation on "Die!".

Ravel & Debussy

"The rock duo from hell". Supposedly they sold their souls to the demons in order to gain great musical talent. Seems to not have worked so well in that sense, as they still suck as musicians. What these two got from the deal is being able to unleash powerful energy blasts from their instruments as they play. Ravel is the skinny guy who wields an electricity-shooting guitar. Debussy is the big guy who carries a drum set attached to his body, beatboxes, and sends shockwaves at Gene. They have another guitarist, but he's really just a skin swap of Ravel.

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