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* SerialKiller: [[CaptainObvious Predictably.]]

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* SerialKiller: [[CaptainObvious Predictably.]]
Predictably.


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The bad news: He caught Genevieve's eye. Under her tutelage, he gulled the Institute into thinking his psychosis and sociopathy had been quelled, and exited into San Francisco as Eric Mills. With Genevieve's connections, he circumvented the [=SFPD=]'s background checks and became a forensic scientist--allowing him to auto-preclude himself from [=DNA=] checks on murders]]. With a secure screen in place, he began trying to recreate the glory of killing Rebecca and "purifying" her from her viciousness with other redheads. After Mal and Natara discovered his past, he took Amy hostage to Alcatraz but was killed by Natara with a flare gun to the face that sent him falling into the bay.

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The bad news: He caught Genevieve's eye. Under her tutelage, he gulled the Institute into thinking his psychosis and sociopathy had been quelled, and exited into San Francisco as Eric Mills. With Genevieve's connections, he circumvented the [=SFPD=]'s background checks and became a forensic scientist--allowing him to auto-preclude himself from [=DNA=] checks on murders]].murders. With a secure screen in place, he began trying to recreate the glory of killing Rebecca and "purifying" her from her viciousness with other redheads. After Mal and Natara discovered his past, he took Amy hostage to Alcatraz but was killed by Natara with a flare gun to the face that sent him falling into the bay.


Real name: Brian Resler. When growing up, he was the constant subject of [[SpartanSibling abuse from his elder sister]][[BigSisterBully Rebecca]], who thought he was nothing but an unsightly stain. When he was 12, he finally snapped during an excursion to Álcatraz and drowned her, in the process masking her face with sand. Although he was never connected with Rebecca's death (then), he'd already been assigned to the Millbrook Mental Institute on account of his obviously disturbed psyche.

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Real name: Brian Resler. When growing up, he was the constant subject of [[SpartanSibling abuse from his elder sister]][[BigSisterBully sister]] [[BigSisterBully Rebecca]], who thought he was nothing but an unsightly stain. When he was 12, he finally snapped during an excursion to Álcatraz and drowned her, in the process masking her face with sand. Although he was never connected with Rebecca's death (then), he'd already been assigned to the Millbrook Mental Institute on account of his obviously disturbed psyche.


* {{Badass}}



* {{Badass}}: With the only ''possible'' exception being The Firstborn, Kolo is characterized as an extremely adept and skilled fighter. He can [[NeckSnap snap people's necks]] in one motion, shove and throw them afar -- in fact, during 8-6, he intentionally sets down his gun because he wanted to have fun with his targets.
** MadeOfIron / MajorInjuryUnderreaction / OnlyAFleshWound: He's also super-resistant; being stabbed in the shoulder with a knife? Okay, kinda realistic that he was okay from a bandage. Being [[SelfDefenseless unaffected]] ("he doesn't even blink") by Amy's homemade [[StunGuns taser]]? ...Suspension of disbelief stretched. Being able to immediately carjack and flee in a stolen taxi right after shoving Ken out of a 9th-story window (admittedly Ken was on the bottom when this happened)? Reminded that there's a reason this was a game. ''[[ImmuneToBullets Only being knocked out for a moment]]'' and being able to get up and keep fighting unfazed after being shot in the head (admittedly by a glancing blow? ...ContrivedConvenience. ''[[AnArmAndALeg Not being incapacitated after]] having your arm cut off and then being able to get up right after being kicked off a roof'' (only to be killed by an 18-wheeler)? Probably one of the series' biggest realism deviations.



* MadeOfIron / MajorInjuryUnderreaction / OnlyAFleshWound: He's also super-resistant; being stabbed in the shoulder with a knife? Okay, kinda realistic that he was okay from a bandage. Being [[SelfDefenseless unaffected]] ("he doesn't even blink") by Amy's homemade [[StunGuns taser]]? ...Suspension of disbelief stretched. Being able to immediately carjack and flee in a stolen taxi right after shoving Ken out of a 9th-story window (admittedly Ken was on the bottom when this happened)? Reminded that there's a reason this was a game. ''[[ImmuneToBullets Only being knocked out for a moment]]'' and being able to get up and keep fighting unfazed after being shot in the head (admittedly by a glancing blow? ...ContrivedConvenience. ''[[AnArmAndALeg Not being incapacitated after]] having your arm cut off and then being able to get up right after being kicked off a roof'' (only to be killed by an 18-wheeler)? Probably one of the series' biggest realism deviations.



* {{Badass}}: The Ghost is a goddamn ''expert'' in throwing knives; in 13-5, his throwing knife pierced the tires of a car moving at 80mph. Later on in that ep, he (though he doesn't kill any of them) manages to fend off and escape from the game's ''four'' main protagonists all at once!


* EvenEvilHasStandards: It's only ''instinctive'', "artistic" killing that she approves of. Only killing for [[TheMostDangerousGame sport and excitement]], like the Hunter in Season 3, is hopelessly vulgar. [[spoiler: This may be because of how horrified she first was at Alex's inability and unwillingness to keep his bloodlust in check.]]

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: It's only ''instinctive'', "artistic" killing that she approves of. Only killing for [[TheMostDangerousGame [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame sport and excitement]], like the Hunter in Season 3, is hopelessly vulgar. [[spoiler: This may be because of how horrified she first was at Alex's inability and unwillingness to keep his bloodlust in check.]]


Real name: Brian Resler. When growing up, he was the constant subject of [[SpartanSister abuse from his elder sister Rebecca]], who thought he was nothing but an unsightly stain. When he was 12, he finally snapped during an excursion to Álcatraz and drowned her, in the process masking her face with sand. Although he was never connected with Rebecca's death (then), he'd already been assigned to the Millbrook Mental Institute on account of his obviously disturbed psyche.

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Real name: Brian Resler. When growing up, he was the constant subject of [[SpartanSister [[SpartanSibling abuse from his elder sister sister]][[BigSisterBully Rebecca]], who thought he was nothing but an unsightly stain. When he was 12, he finally snapped during an excursion to Álcatraz and drowned her, in the process masking her face with sand. Although he was never connected with Rebecca's death (then), he'd already been assigned to the Millbrook Mental Institute on account of his obviously disturbed psyche.


Real name: Brian Resler. When growing up, he was the constant subject of [[BigBrotherBully abuse from his elder sister Rebecca]], who thought he was nothing but an unsightly stain. When he was 12, he finally snapped during an excursion to Álcatraz and drowned her, in the process masking her face with sand. Although he was never connected with Rebecca's death (then), he'd already been assigned to the Millbrook Mental Institute on account of his obviously disturbed psyche.

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Real name: Brian Resler. When growing up, he was the constant subject of [[BigBrotherBully [[SpartanSister abuse from his elder sister Rebecca]], who thought he was nothing but an unsightly stain. When he was 12, he finally snapped during an excursion to Álcatraz and drowned her, in the process masking her face with sand. Although he was never connected with Rebecca's death (then), he'd already been assigned to the Millbrook Mental Institute on account of his obviously disturbed psyche.


* {{Badass}}: The Ghost is a goddamn ''expert'' in throwing knives; in 13-5, his throwing knife pierced the tires of a car moving at 80mph. And in 12-5, he (though he doesn't kill any of them) manages to fend off and escape from the game's ''four'' main protagonists all at once!

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* {{Badass}}: The Ghost is a goddamn ''expert'' in throwing knives; in 13-5, his throwing knife pierced the tires of a car moving at 80mph. And Later on in 12-5, that ep, he (though he doesn't kill any of them) manages to fend off and escape from the game's ''four'' main protagonists all at once!


* {{Badass}: With the only ''possible'' exception being The Firstborn, Kolo is characterized as an extremely adept and skilled fighter. He can [[NeckSnap snap people's necks]] in one motion, shove and throw them afar -- in fact, during 8-6, he intentionally sets down his gun because he wanted to have fun with his targets.

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* {{Badass}: {{Badass}}: With the only ''possible'' exception being The Firstborn, Kolo is characterized as an extremely adept and skilled fighter. He can [[NeckSnap snap people's necks]] in one motion, shove and throw them afar -- in fact, during 8-6, he intentionally sets down his gun because he wanted to have fun with his targets.


Genevieve's loyal lead bodyguard and assistant. Shot to death by Mal in 2-8.
* TheDragon: To Genevieve.



An ''absolutely colossal'' cartel thug enlisted by Genevieve who later defected to Shawn Mallory's Kraken cult. He's notable for being the first baddie to kill a major protagonist -- he killed Ken Greene.
* {{Badass}: With the only ''possible'' exception being The Firstborn, Kolo is characterized as an extremely adept and skilled fighter. He can [[NeckSnap snap people's necks]] in one motion, shove and throw them afar -- in fact, during 8-6, he intentionally sets down his gun because he wanted to have fun with his targets.
** MadeOfIron / MajorInjuryUnderreaction / OnlyAFleshWound: He's also super-resistant; being stabbed in the shoulder with a knife? Okay, kinda realistic that he was okay from a bandage. Being [[SelfDefenseless unaffected]] ("he doesn't even blink") by Amy's homemade [[StunGuns taser]]? ...Suspension of disbelief stretched. Being able to immediately carjack and flee in a stolen taxi right after shoving Ken out of a 9th-story window (admittedly Ken was on the bottom when this happened)? Reminded that there's a reason this was a game. ''[[ImmuneToBullets Only being knocked out for a moment]]'' and being able to get up and keep fighting unfazed after being shot in the head (admittedly by a glancing blow? ...ContrivedConvenience. ''[[AnArmAndALeg Not being incapacitated after]] having your arm cut off and then being able to get up right after being kicked off a roof'' (only to be killed by an 18-wheeler)? Probably one of the series' biggest realism deviations.
* DestinationDefenestration: How he kills Ken.
* TheDragon: To Shawn Mallory, The Kraken.
* HeroKiller: He killed Ken.
* LanguageFluencyDenial: Although his activities in other scenes show he is capable of understanding Shawn and Genevieve's words, he tries to state that he does not speak English when he is confronted by Blaise. That didn't stop her from killing him.
* LookBothWays: Killed by 18-wheeler.
* VigilanteExecution: Although the writers tried to make it more sympathetic by having Blaise comment on her concern that he would be extradited to a foreign prison where he might be freed (something that had happened with The Ghost), the fact is Blaise still killed Kolo Zargoza when he was defenseless and after he had surrendered.




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In 1-3, Mal and Natara, while investigating Christian Rose, came across this guy and Mal was forced to kill him in self-defense.
* CuttingOffTheBranches: You, if you don't make the right choices, can make Natara be the one who kills him -- but future episodes ''always'' treat Mal as the killer. (To be fair, if you shoot for 100/100 detective points and make all the "best" choices, then it is only possible that Mal is the killer.)
* SmallRoleBigImpact: He appears in one episodes, and kicked off the eleven-volume PlotArc that involved Mal's time with the cartel.



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[[folder:Carlito Flores]]



[[folder:Esmeralda Sálazar]]

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[[folder:Esmeralda Sálazar]][[folder:Carlito Flores]]


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The bad news: He caught [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s eye. Under her tutelage, he gulled the Institute into thinking his psychosis and sociopathy had been quelled, and exited into San Francisco as [[spoiler: Eric Mills.]] With [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s connections, he [[spoiler: circumvented the [=SFPD=]'s background checks and became a forensic scientist--allowing him to auto-preclude himself from [=DNA=] checks on murders]]. With a secure screen in place, he began trying to recreate the glory of killing Rebecca and "purifying" her from her viciousness with other redheads. After Mal and Natara discovered his past, he took Amy hostage to Alcatraz but was killed by Natara with a flare gun to the face that sent him falling into the bay.

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The bad news: He caught [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s Genevieve's eye. Under her tutelage, he gulled the Institute into thinking his psychosis and sociopathy had been quelled, and exited into San Francisco as [[spoiler: Eric Mills.]] Mills. With [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s Genevieve's connections, he [[spoiler: circumvented the [=SFPD=]'s background checks and became a forensic scientist--allowing him to auto-preclude himself from [=DNA=] checks on murders]]. With a secure screen in place, he began trying to recreate the glory of killing Rebecca and "purifying" her from her viciousness with other redheads. After Mal and Natara discovered his past, he took Amy hostage to Alcatraz but was killed by Natara with a flare gun to the face that sent him falling into the bay.



[[folder:Ésteban Flores]]

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[[folder:Ésteban Flores]][[folder:Miguel Flores]]



[[folder:Alejandro Pérez/The Ghost]]

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[[folder:Alejandro Pérez/The Ghost]][[folder:Ésteban Flores]]




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Father of Carlito and Miguel. The head of the Flores Cartel until it's usurping/absorbing into Salazar's following his death in V4. In the past, he was allied with Jacob Fallon -- with the biggest crime lord and the chief of police, the town was run by these two.
* TheCartel
* HonorAmongThieves: He, despite Jacob's imprisonment, was loyal to keeping his word on deals.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice / ImprovisedWeapon: Esme stabs and kills him with a fireplace poker in 4-3.
** {{FrameUp}}: And then she, in what overloads rage onto him, framed Mal for the crime. It wasn't until 11-8 that Carlito learned the truth which led to...
** ...YouKilledMyFather: In retaliation for his father's death, Carlito shot his own fiance.
* InTheBlood: He, obtaining a legal degree, tried to stay out of the drug cartel business, but he succumbed to it.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Although he can act aggressive, his contrast with Carlito paints him in this light quite a bit (how he did not handle the matter of revenge against Mal/Natara so brazenly).


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[[folder:Alejandro Pérez/The Ghost]]
A [[RecurringBoss recurring antagonist]] who often causes problems, The Ghost is an extremely experienced KnifeNut / [[TheBladeAlwaysLandsPointyEndIn throwing knife]] expert who first appears as an assassin on Carlito's behalf in 2-3. He's arrested at the end. Then he, by 8-7, was removed from prison and began [[TheDragon serving]] Genevieve Collins; in 8-7 he acted as her bodyguard, and in Volume 13 Genevieve used him to tie up loose ends. The Ghost is also deeply religious, believing he is serving God's will, but apparently glosses over the "Thou Shall Not Kill" part.
* {{Badass}}: The Ghost is a goddamn ''expert'' in throwing knives; in 13-5, his throwing knife pierced the tires of a car moving at 80mph. And in 12-5, he (though he doesn't kill any of them) manages to fend off and escape from the game's ''four'' main protagonists all at once!
* BetterToDieThanBeKilled / DrivenToSuicide/ ProperlyParanoid: He, not trusting that Mal and the SFPD could protect him, chose to commit suicide rather than come face-to-face with The Firstborn when The Firstborn approached him and Mal during 13-6. The rest of the series basically proved that The Ghost's fear was ''far'' from unjustified.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: After The Ghost is arrested in 2-3, Mal states "I'd feel better if we were trying him here"...
* HealItWithFire: He cauterizes a ''gunshot wound to the neck'' in the bonus scene of 13-5.
* HonorBeforeReason: The Ghost is quite loyal, he refuses Marquez's offer to pay more money than Genevieve in 13-5.
* NeverBringAGunToAKnifeFight: As we learn in his very opening scene, The Ghost's knife skills are no match for your typical armed guy.
* OffWithHisHead / MadeOfPlastcine: He decapitates his targets. It kinda stretches suspension of disbelief that he can off the head in ''one stroke'' (he's more efficient than guillotines!)
* ProfessionalKiller


All or most of these people fall under the following tropes (they won't be listed in their entry unless they are accentuated, downplayed, uniquely averted or otherwise PlayedWith):
* ArcVillain / BigBad: To save time:
** Maskmaker for V1.
** Connoisseur for V2.
** Hunters for V3.
** Zero for V4.
** Hand of Justice for V5.
** Mad Stranger for V6.
** Ladykiller for V7.
** Kraken for V8.
* {{Badass}}
* DarkAndTroubledPast
* SerialKiller: [[CaptainObvious Predictably.]]



The bad news: He caught [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s eye. Under her tutelage, he gulled the Institute into thinking his psychosis and sociopathy had been quelled, and exited into San Francisco as [[spoiler: Eric Mills.]] With [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s connections, he [[spoiler: circumvented the [=SFPD=]'s background checks and became a forensic scientist--allowing him to auto-preclude himself from [=DNA=] checks on murders]]. With a secure screen in place, he began trying to recreate the glory of killing Rebecca and "purifying" her from her viciousness with other redheads. [[spoiler: His true past was discovered by Amy, and he was later killed by Natara.]]

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The bad news: He caught [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s eye. Under her tutelage, he gulled the Institute into thinking his psychosis and sociopathy had been quelled, and exited into San Francisco as [[spoiler: Eric Mills.]] With [[spoiler: Genevieve]]'s connections, he [[spoiler: circumvented the [=SFPD=]'s background checks and became a forensic scientist--allowing him to auto-preclude himself from [=DNA=] checks on murders]]. With a secure screen in place, he began trying to recreate the glory of killing Rebecca and "purifying" her from her viciousness with other redheads. [[spoiler: His true past was After Mal and Natara discovered by Amy, and his past, he took Amy hostage to Alcatraz but was later killed by Natara.]]
Natara with a flare gun to the face that sent him falling into the bay.



* [[spoiler: DeathByIrony: Natara's flare fuses his mask to his face, and his actual death comes from ''drowning in the waters around Álcatraz.'']]
* {{Frameup}}: [[spoiler: He used succinylcholine vials taken from a doctor who'd been arrested--and released--earlier on in order to bait the detectives.]]
* [[spoiler: KillerCop]]
* SerialKiller: Of young, red-headed women who remind him, even if only in visage, of his sister. Power/Control based.

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* [[spoiler: BlackCloak: Even when he's taking care of Rose, he likes to dawn a black robe and a white plaster mask when he's out on his kills.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: He kills his victims by asphyxiation. And then he was killed with a flare gun.
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DeathByIrony: Natara's flare fuses his mask to his face, and his actual death comes from ''drowning in the waters around Álcatraz.'']]
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* FlareGun: Natara shoots him with a flare gun, fusing his plaster mask to his face and knocking him back into the water.
* {{Frameup}}: [[spoiler: He used succinylcholine vials taken He, and it temporarily worked, framed Christian Rose for his crime.
* HeKnowsTooMuch / Flatline: Although (almost certainly) unintended, Eric failed to kill Christian Rose when he tried to frame him by making him commit suicide while he was dressed with Eric's outfit. So, he infiltrated the hospital and flatlined him.
* KillerCop / CopKiller: He's a forensic scientist who is also the serial killer. When he escaped the SFPD, he killed an officer.
* NeverFoundTheBody: As Mal reaffirms in V8C1 (when Eric is the subject of a copycat killing), Eric's body was never found. It's actually quite likely that the writers wanted to bring him back sometime, but if they did then the game ended beforehand.
* ParentalNeglect: It's hard to gauge how responsible his parents are for his sister's bullying (since how oblivious they are to it isn't quite shown), but it's pretty messed up that they couldn't save him
from a doctor who'd been arrested--and released--earlier on in order to bait the detectives.]]
her.
* [[spoiler: KillerCop]]
* SerialKiller: Of young, red-headed women who remind him, even if only in visage, of his sister. Power/Control based.
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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: He is based off of the real-life Zodiac Killer.



* [[spoiler:BackForTheDead]]: [[spoiler:He's resuscitated by someone in 12-8-P...only to get killed [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness by them after he gives them information about a couple of people.]]]]
* [[spoiler:{{Cult}}]]: [[spoiler: He becomes the leader of one in Season 8.]]
* [[spoiler:DisneyDeath]][=/=][[spoiler:BackFromTheDead]]: [[spoiler: In 8-8, it's revealed that the survived the fall he took at the end of Season 5.]]
* [[spoiler:FaceHeelTurn]]: At the conclusion of Volume 4, after [[spoiler: getting a MindScrew from Genevieve.]]
* [[spoiler:FakingTheDead]]: Not at first. [[spoiler:He really did die after falling from Alcatraz. But after he was resuscitated, he hid from the public eye, letting them think he was dead.]]
* [[spoiler:MindScrew]]: In 4-8, [[spoiler:courtesy of Genevieve.]]

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* [[spoiler:BackForTheDead]]: [[spoiler:He's BackForTheDead: He's resuscitated by someone in 12-8-P...only to get killed [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness by them after he gives them information about a couple of people.]]]]
* [[spoiler:{{Cult}}]]: [[spoiler: He becomes the leader of one in Season 8.
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* [[spoiler:DisneyDeath]][=/=][[spoiler:BackFromTheDead]]: [[spoiler: {{Cult}}: He becomes the leader of one in Season 8.
* DisneyDeath / BackFromTheDead:
In 8-8, it's revealed that the survived the fall he took at the end of Season 5.]]
5.
* [[spoiler:FaceHeelTurn]]: FaceHeelTurn: At the conclusion of Volume 4, after [[spoiler: getting a MindScrew from Genevieve.]]
Genevieve.
* [[spoiler:FakingTheDead]]: FakingTheDead: Not at first. [[spoiler:He He really did die after falling from Alcatraz. But after he was resuscitated, he hid from the public eye, letting them think he was dead.]]
dead.
* [[spoiler:MindScrew]]: MindScrew: In 4-8, [[spoiler:courtesy courtesy of Genevieve.]]



* [[spoiler:UnwittingPawn]]: In [[spoiler:Genevieve]]'s plan.
* [[spoiler:VigilanteMan]]: [[spoiler:Throughout Season 5 as The Hand of Justice]].
* [[spoiler:VillainousBreakdown]]: [[spoiler:He's driven completely insane after being resuscitated by Genevieve and the Salazars after his death in Season 5. Where he was once a by the book law enforcer, he becomes not only a criminal, but also a criminal cult leader by Volume 8.]]

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* [[spoiler:UnwittingPawn]]: UnwittingPawn: In [[spoiler:Genevieve]]'s Genevieve's plan.
* [[spoiler:VigilanteMan]]: [[spoiler:Throughout VigilanteMan: Throughout Season 5 as The Hand of Justice]].
Justice.
* [[spoiler:VillainousBreakdown]]: [[spoiler:He's VillainousBreakdown: :He's driven completely insane after being resuscitated by Genevieve and the Salazars after his death in Season 5. Where he was once a by the book law enforcer, he becomes not only a criminal, but also a criminal cult leader by Volume 8.]]


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[[folder:Jonah Graves/Ramsey Brand]]

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[[folder:Jonah Graves/Ramsey Brand]][folder:Jacob Fallon]]

Originally a highly proficient police officer, Jacob began despairing of ever utterly eradicating crime in San Francisco. So, he decided to set his sights on the best ''possible'' thing--personally get involved in crime in order to keep it under control, with the help of the Floreses. However, Yeong was ''not'' happy with her discovery of Jacob's hypocrisy, and so began a crusade to ''finally'' get him behind bars. In the end, though, between Yeong's constant harrying and the kinds of things [[HeWhoFightsMonsters his alliance with the Floreses required]], he finally turned himself in after Mal was nearly killed in an attempt to extinguish an anti-Flores witness.

On the other hand, with the assistance of [[spoiler: Anna Willis]], he was able to [[MightAsWellNotBeInPrisonAtAll personally keep a large chunk of his empire running properly anyway]]. For all this, his ultimate desire in everything was to keep his family safe. [[CallingTheOldManOut Alienation from his children was an acceptable price.]] In Volume 6, [[spoiler:he actually ''escapes'' during a riot instigated by Mad Stranger, and joins forces with the Sálazars, only to double-cross them]]. That leads to the events of Volume 11, where [[spoiler:Pablo Sálazar [[IHaveYourWife holds Mal hostage]] in order to draw Jacob to his execution. In the end, Jacob is mortally wounded in a helicopter crash, but still manages [[TakingYouWithMe to kill Pablo before he expires]].]]

* AffablyEvil: Jacob may be a criminal, but he's a charismatic and friendly one.
* DirtyCop: And a Dirty ''Police Captain'', no less!
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: [[spoiler:Saving Mal from the corrupt dictator of San Trobida and then becoming TheCavalry to help in Mal's raid on the compound]] in Season 11.
* [[spoiler: DeathEqualsRedemption]]
* [[spoiler: DyingMomentOfAwesome]]: [[spoiler:He not only prepares to make a LastStand as he's mortally injured after a helicopter crash, he makes it worth it by taking out General Sálazar by blowing himself, Sálazar, and many of Sálazar's henchmen up together.]]
* HeWhoFightsMonsters
* MightAsWellNotBeInPrisonAtAll: He doesn't have a LuxuryPrisonSuite, but given that his priority is keeping the San Francisco area safe in general, especially for his children, he doesn't mind. [[spoiler: Until he escapes in Season 6.]]
* [[spoiler:TakingYouWithMe]]: [[spoiler:To Salazar in his DyingMomentOfAwesome]] in 11-8.
* WellIntentionedExtremist



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