This job will be done for a one time discount. The price is your kiss. That ought to be worth more than money.
The protagonist of Killer Is Dead. Mondo´s job is to execute criminals, and no hit is too big for him. He wields a Japanese sword in his right hand and has a blood-powered artificial device where his left arm used to be, configured to accept all manner of interchangeable attachments. Although extraordinarily useful in his line of work, Mondo has no memory as to how he acquired this particular "feature."When he´s not working, Mondo is quite the sweet-talker, seducing a wide variety of beautiful women with ease.His favorite food is soft-boiled egg.
Lightning Bruiser: When the combo meter goes up and Gekkou neo+Extreme is purchased, he becomes a whirling tempest of destruction.
Medium Awareness: Like most Suda51 protagonists, he casually notes that he's in a video game, and at one point, even mocks David for failing live up to the standard with his "generic" Take Over the World plot.
Momma's Boy: Even as a grown man he would still come over to his mother's house for dinner. However, she expressed misgivings as to his working for the government.
Not So Stoic: His suave and professional facade gradually crumbles as the game progresses.
However, I need to inform you that the function of this office is execution. You got any problem with that?
A retired executioner with an impeccable record, Bryan now runs the show – though he doesn´t pay much heed to company management, as he has a lot of confidence in his subordinates and really only still involves himself in the business as a matter of pride.He was one of the best executioners in the world at one time, and his partially mechanized body serves as a reminder of his prestigious career.Occasionally supports Mondo by combining himself with a gun turret to form the deadliest weapon of all: the widely-feared "Bryan Turret."
BFG: The Bryan Turret fires bullets, missiles and lasers.
By the way, do you know what it's called when the moon blocks out the sun?
Vivienne is a calm, cool and collected executioner who always takes a firm but fair tone with clients and is generally well-liked by everyone. Should the topic of her private life come up, however, her mood may sour very quickly.Whenever Mondo is in trouble, Vivienne swings by on her motorcycle to help him out, unleashing her move using 16 pistols collectively known as the "Vivienne Phantom."
Mika met Mondo in passing, and found herself living with him as his assistant due to her extensive culinary skills (meaning, she´s good at preparing soft-boiled eggs just the way Mondo likes them).Her eccentric words and "fangirlish" behavior often lighten the mood during otherwise intense assignments.
Damon has some connection with Bryan’s Executioner Office.Having begun his transformation into an enhanced being known as a “Wire,” Damon’s humanity has started to disappear, leaving him with cold, crazy eyes.
Tragic Monster: It's possible that Alice isn't aware that her innocent back pains are more than they appear.
The man who requested her execution says that even before her plight, she was a natural killer and urged the members of the office not to believe her story. Though, seeing as how he was one of her murder victims he might've been more than a little biased.
VA: Yukihiro Misono (JP), JB Blanc (credited as John White) (ENG)
You don't understand anything, do you? I no longer need a body of flesh.
Having heard tell of a musician named Jubilee, whose talents could supposedly control human emotions through song, Victor knew he had to possess this ability for himself. And so he stole the poor musician’s talent – the very life essence that enabled these miraculous sounds to be played – and began using them to produce warped, distorted melodies of malice, with the ultimate goal of creating dark matter and purifying the world in a mass baptism of evil.
Faux Affably Evil: Once he realizes that he can't convince Mondo of his supposedly good intentions, he laments over how they have different viewpoints regarding the matter before trying to kill his would-be assassin.
Glamour Failure: His human disguise occasionally flickers to reveal his true rotted visage.
Taking You with Me: Decapitation is enough to kill him but his lobbed off head still has enough juice in it to launch one final attempt at enacting this.
Talking Is a Free Action: He'd love to talk Mondo's ear off about his plan to "purify" the world but Mondo's having none of it even going so far as to destroy the pair of headphones that allowed him to understand the static coming out of Victor's mouth.
The Unintelligible: He's so far gone that anything he says, let alone his voice, can only be understood if one wears a pair of his company's headphones.
Weaksauce Weakness: The guy hits hard and fast, and usually serves as *That One Boss, However, the charge laser with no upgrades will stun lock him, keep him too far away to hit you, and deal huge amounts of damage to him, making him the shortest boss fight in the game.
A Japanese man who Mondo is hired to eliminate because he is feeding people to his tigers.
Bare-Fisted Monk: In the final phase of his boss battle with the help of his tattoo tiger.
Boring, but Practical: The range of his sword strikes makes dodging them at close range (and thereby flanking Hamada-Yama for further strikes) nearly impossible and their fire aura makes them difficult to parry. The way to counter them? By either running away or by simply blocking.
Death from Above: Get too far and he will leap into the air and out of sight before crashing down to Earth on top of you.
Dented Iron: While still formidable, Hamada-Yama and his katana have seen better days.
Perfect Play A.I.: If you are not too far from him, he'll slowly advanced upon you. If you are too far way he will teleport with a diving attack. Adverted with his final phase of the fight where he will just charge at you.
VA: Hajime Iijima (JP), JB Blanc (credited as John White) (ENG)
An enigmatic giant who stands several hundred meters tall and went on a rampage because he was woken up a bit too early.Gianthead seems to have stolen the very earth itself, and the client has hired Mondo to bring it back.
A London-made locomotive that was put out of service decades ago due to the changing times. After being empowered by Dark Matter it morphs into a larger and more monstrous version of itself and proceeds to blaze through Russia in its quest for vengeance against the people that left it to rust.
Alas, Poor Villain: Bryan and Mondo are particularly sympathetic to Tommy's plight as steam engines are a "man's passion" and subjects of romance.
Bash Brothers: With his fellow monster trains, Hal and Ted, who come to avenge his demise in side missions.
Interface Screw: Occasionally, one of her clones will go transparent and if attacked, the perspective will change to that of the doppelgänger's. This wouldn't complicate things so much if it didn't lock your camera (preventing you from seeing what the other clones are up too) and the two demonic arms on the scream weren't throwing fire balls at you. Thankfully, you can easily get rid of the clone in question by shooting at it with Mondo's arm.
Fallen Hero: Was a former employee of Bryan's Execution Firm
Faux Affably Evil: When Mondo arrives, David seems willing to strike up a casual conversation and ask if there's no alternative to fighting, before doing so. That said, it's most likely propelled by his sheer arrogance than politeness.