Yasakani was a warlord of the Japanese Mafia and a member of the Yakuza. He is in charge of the San Fierro Triads. He was the one who gave Snake permission to take down the Triads to rid the city of a dangerous and consuming monster. Snake naturally disapproved of his reasoning, but ordered him to continue.
Raiden's daughter became an Angel of Death in a bid to protect her father from his enemies. Because he was constantly having to fight, it wasn't until he fell in battle that she fell prey to her father's hunter instincts.
The Six Kings attempted to find out more about the identity of Nastasha Romanova by interrogating the members of the Comancheros Syndicate. They only received information from members about Gex and Blake, though Theo's informant was not given due credit. Blake was told that the drug syndicate was formed by Gex, whose father has passed away, and that the only thing they do is antagonize the Russians.
In the anime, Eidolon Kishou was shown to have a cult following in China. He personally took orders for the cult's crimes from two of his followers, Yahagi and Jin Yoshioka, and Toshiki Mifune (a representative of the cult) personally personally made the arrangements. As Euphrates states, "with his cult, he claims to be some kind of god, but he's just a common street thug secretly ruling the country." In the film, he was shown to be as brutal as Snake, with Yahagi beating him with his fists into a near-death state, in order to gain power to become Messiah. However, in return Yahagi told Snake that the Messiah would become the Arbiter. Snake would later prove that Eidolon's blood was shed but his body was replaced with a clone.
3rd to Die is an American mystery, martial arts, comedy film directed by and starring Jackie Chan. The screen story is based on a Chan-produced Hong Kong crime novel of the same name, and is loosely based on the crime fighting duo of Shōichi Fujicol: Gojū-ryō Meian and Tay Ninh, two Japanese fictional detectives created by Fujicol who teamed up with Charlie Chaplin to fight crime in Hong Kong in the late 1920s. The film has him working in a San Francisco department store in the 1950s. d2c66b5586