Follow TV Tropes

Following

Characters / Silent Scope

Go To

Characters in the Silent Scope games.

    open/close all folders 

Protagonists

    Falcon 

Falcon

Advertisement:

    Jackal 

Jackal

    Jin 

Jin Arkwright

Allies

    Robert 

Robert

  • Semper Fi: He's an officer in the USMC.
  • The Man Behind the Man: He's the one responsible for the terrorist incidents in 3.
  • True Final Boss: In Silent Scope 3, you face off against him and he can only be accessed by not continuing throughout the game.

    Leila 

Leila Hagitsuki

  • Damsel in Distress: Briefly happens to her at the start of the final battle with Tokage. After Tokage takes aim at both Jin and Leila, he takes Leila hostage while shooting at you. You have to shoot Tokage while avoiding hitting Leila, as shooting her will cost a life point.
  • The Lancer: To Jin's The Hero status, who serves as his partner.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: If the player gets Jin to look at the scope and ogles at the females to get health, Leila gets mad at you for that.

Advertisement:

Antagonists

    Cobra 

Cobra

  • Implacable Man, The Determinator: Cobra absolutely refuses to die, and continues to come back in each game that features Falcon.
    • In the first game, he'll get up from your first encounter (Even if you scored a heashot) and hijack a semi to run you down, forcing another battle.
    • 2 and 3 have him declare that he is immortal, and will always come back to challenge you.
    • The instruction manual for 1 states that you've fought Cobra even before the first game, and he joined the terrorists purely to take you out. Guy holds a grudge.
  • Recurring Boss: Cobra shows up in 1, 2, and 3, looking more messed up each time. He really wants to get revenge on Falcon after his first defeat.

    Prince of Rose 

Prince of Rose

  • Camp Gay: The Prince of Rose wears a transparent pink shirt, wears makeup, and makes some really weird poses while he's talking to you with a hint of falsetto and odd inflections.
  • Performance Artist: He's awfully dramatic and mobile with his monologue, and uses a piano to input launch commands.

    Tokage 

Tokage

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report