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Characters / The Black Panther Warriors

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The whole team, sans Black Cougar.

Due to the film having an Ensemble Cast, each with their own unique personalities and traits, listing them all on the main page will make navigation difficult. As such, they have been categorized separately in various folders.

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     Black Cougar
One is the Black Cougar, and one is the Cougar Head Blade. But which is which?

The protagonist of the movie, wielder of the fabled Cougar Blade.

Played by: Alan Tang

It's even more entertaining if you imagine she is an immortal version of Asia the Invincible somehow reincarnated in modern times. Don't ask.

Cougar's lover and the resident action babe.

Played by: Brigitte Lin

  • Action Girl: Played by 90s classic Wuxia queen Brigitte Lin.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Doesn't get a single scratch on her during the actions scenes.
  • Cool Hat: Wears several impressive headgears and ornaments, like a red turban, a wide-brimmed cap (pictured) and a black one.
  • Distaff Counterpart: An expert in close-range weaponry much like Cougar, but is his lover.
  • Flynning: Her fight scenes against mooks invokes this.
  • Only Sane Man: She doesn't take it kindly to Mang-po and Blackjack goofing around.
  • Sword Cane: Unlike Cougar who uses a sword primarily, she prefers using her cane stick which ends in a pointy tip.


     Blackjack Lover
On the right.

An expert gambler whose skills with magic are as lethal as his skill with throwing cards.

Played by: Simon Yam

  • Casanova Wannabe: Spends much of the film flirting with Ching-ching and Madam Rose, to no avail, only making a fool out of himself.
  • Combat Hand Fan: In the final battle, he uses a set of cards which he unfolds like two sets of combat fans, using them to beat up scores and scores of mooks.
  • Cool Hat: Never seen without his fedora.
  • Cool Shades: Frequently wears sunglasses.
  • Death Dealer: Throws playing cards with deadly accuracy, at one point in the final battle even using his cards to decapitate a mook!
  • Epic Flail: Besides using his cards as projectiles, Blackjack can also use them as an improvised flail.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the red to Mang-po the blue.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Dresses in a variety of slick suits throughout the movie.
  • Those Two Guys: With Mang-po.

     Mang-po Fai
Come get some!

The team's marksman who seemed to have walked out of a war movie set.

Played by: Tony Leung ka-fai

  • Badasses Wear Bandanas: He only wears them in the climax though.
  • Cool Shades: Tends to wear these a lot.
  • Gun Nut: The team's gun expert.
  • The Gunslinger
  • Guns Akimbo: During the final action scene.
  • Hold the Line: And he does a pretty good job too, single-handedly mowing down mooks by the dozen while preventing their advance towards the vault's entrance.
  • More Dakka: Uses progressively larger weapons in the climax, culminating in him wielding a rocket launcher!
  • One-Man Army: Fends off an endless stream of mooks in the climax, taking names with ease. Of the several characters Mang-po easily scores the highest when it comes to onscreen kills.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the red to Mang-po the blue.
  • Those Two Guys: With Blackjack.
  • Throw Down the Bomblet: Besides shooting, he blows up plenty of mooks using flung grenades during the climax.

     Bloody Wolf
Pictured here during the final battle.

What's that? Yuen Wah as a villain? Never heard that one before...

Played by: Yuen Wah

No action movies would be complete without a bazooka!

Wolf's personal aide and leader of his private army.

Played by: Melvin Wong

  • The Dragon
  • Grenade Hot Potato: He lobs a football loaded with explosives at the main characters, causing Dicky, Mang-po and Blackjack to toss the football all over the place... until Mang-po finally throws it into Chu's face. BOOM.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Gets blown up by his own explosive in the final scene.
  • Ludicrous Gibs: His fate.
  • Mook Lieutenant: He is seen commanding lesser mooks in the final scene.


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