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}}'''Sundance Shot''' is a character in the world of the Kill the Past games. He first appeared in the opening cutscene and manual of [[The Silver Case]], made a more proper appearance in [[Flower, Sun, and Rain]], and a cameo in [[Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes]]. He is also mentioned in [[The 25th Ward: The Silver Case]].
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}}'''Sundance Shot''' is a character in the world of the Kill the Past games. He first appeared in the opening cutscene and manual of ''[[The Silver Case]]'', made a more proper appearance in ''[[Flower, Sun, and Rain]]'', and a cameo in ''[[Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes]]''. He is also mentioned in ''[[The 25th Ward: The Silver Case]]'', and originally would've made an appearance in ''[[killer7]]''. He is a terrorist, who is the one placing the bomb on the plane during the events of ''Flower, Sun, and Rain''.
  
 
==Appearance and Personality==
 
==Appearance and Personality==
 
Sundance has the appearance of a young man, although his exact age is unknown. He has been described to be very tall by [[Travis Touchdown]], who said he must be 7 feet tall, although he may have been exaggerating. He has long black hair in most appearances, however he is shown with greyish hair in the opening to ''Flower, Sun, and Rain''. In ''The Silver Case'', Sundance is shown wearing a trenchcoat, has light stubble, and has both eyes uncovered with pale irises. In ''Flower, Sun, and Rain'', he wears a business suit, is clean shaven, and wears an eyepatch on his left eye.
 
Sundance has the appearance of a young man, although his exact age is unknown. He has been described to be very tall by [[Travis Touchdown]], who said he must be 7 feet tall, although he may have been exaggerating. He has long black hair in most appearances, however he is shown with greyish hair in the opening to ''Flower, Sun, and Rain''. In ''The Silver Case'', Sundance is shown wearing a trenchcoat, has light stubble, and has both eyes uncovered with pale irises. In ''Flower, Sun, and Rain'', he wears a business suit, is clean shaven, and wears an eyepatch on his left eye.
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Sundance describes himself as one who acts based on what he sees before him, and does not allow his ideology to be swayed by anyone. He is willing to carry out his plan, even if it means his own disappearance. However, he was still willing to make a pact with Toriko to spare Sumio Mondo. Sundance believes that all actions are predetermined by fate. In the finale, he seems content with failing to defeat Mondo, and becoming a fragment of Sumio Kodai's new memories.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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===''Backstory''===
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Sundance was created on [[Lospass Island]] as one of 16 clones of Sumio Mondo. He is a member of the [[Sundance Tribe]]. He eventually moved to Japan and became the leader of the [[FSO]].
 
[[File:sundance_gun.png|thumb|125px|Sundance shooting Sumio Mondo]]
 
[[File:sundance_gun.png|thumb|125px|Sundance shooting Sumio Mondo]]
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In order to prevent the destruction of Lospass Island, Sundance began thwarting a terrorist attack committed by [[Edo Macalister]] by moving his bomb from the airport onto an airplane, where it would detonate in the air. Because of this, Edo commissions the help of Sumio Mondo to counter Sundance and ensure the island's destruction. Sundance is first shown in [[Request 00: Welcome to the "Flower,Sun,and Rain"]], entering the bathroom stall as Lospass Airport. He later appeared in [[Request 01: Gymnopédie#1]], on the fourth floor of the [[Flower, Sun, and Rain (hotel)|Flower, Sun, and Rain]], where he was seen by [[Toriko Kusabi]].
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In [[Request 11: Clair de Lune]], he appeared on the roof of the Flower, Sun, and Rain to shoot Mondo after he was led there by [[Sue Sding]]. Throughout the game, he has been tailed by [[Christina]], who led Toriko to him atop the [[Business Tower]] lighthouse. She accuses him of being [[Kamui Uehara]], although he claims to not know who she is referring to. In [[Request 12: I Got Rhythm]], Toriko confronted him again on the roof of the hotel, where the two of them make a pact to spare Mondo's life if he can succeed in finding him. In [[Request 16: Pavane pour une infante défunte]], he appeared to Mondo in his room and gave him clues that would lead him to the [[Ruin of Marmaleba]], and eventually to [[Tokio Morishima]] in order to restore time on the island to normal.
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In [[Request 18: An American in Paris]], Sundance was finally confronted at the airport, where he disguised himself as Mondo in the airport bathroom. He is prevented from boarding the plane by agents [[Remy Fawzil]] and [[Yoshimitsu Koshimizu]], who are disguised as airport employees. Toriko appears and tells him that the savior, a friend of her father, would be there soon to release him. Mondo arrives and verifies his own identity, which causes Sundance to unmask himself and concede. He reveals to Mondo that he is one of sixteen Sumio Mondos who lived out the previous days on Lospass Island, whose memories have now become part of Sumio Kodai. He instructs him to impart their memories to the final seed, [[Step Sding]]. He then allows Mondo to board the plane and escape as the island explodes.
 
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==Official profiles==
 
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Revision as of 02:08, 8 February 2020

Sundance Shot
Sundance art.png
Other names Sandance Shot
Family Clone of Sumio Mondo
Occupation Terrorist, FSO Party Leader
Status Alive
First appearance The Silver Case opening

Sundance Shot is a character in the world of the Kill the Past games. He first appeared in the opening cutscene and manual of The Silver Case, made a more proper appearance in Flower, Sun, and Rain, and a cameo in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. He is also mentioned in The 25th Ward: The Silver Case, and originally would've made an appearance in killer7. He is a terrorist, who is the one placing the bomb on the plane during the events of Flower, Sun, and Rain.

Appearance and Personality

Sundance has the appearance of a young man, although his exact age is unknown. He has been described to be very tall by Travis Touchdown, who said he must be 7 feet tall, although he may have been exaggerating. He has long black hair in most appearances, however he is shown with greyish hair in the opening to Flower, Sun, and Rain. In The Silver Case, Sundance is shown wearing a trenchcoat, has light stubble, and has both eyes uncovered with pale irises. In Flower, Sun, and Rain, he wears a business suit, is clean shaven, and wears an eyepatch on his left eye.

Sundance describes himself as one who acts based on what he sees before him, and does not allow his ideology to be swayed by anyone. He is willing to carry out his plan, even if it means his own disappearance. However, he was still willing to make a pact with Toriko to spare Sumio Mondo. Sundance believes that all actions are predetermined by fate. In the finale, he seems content with failing to defeat Mondo, and becoming a fragment of Sumio Kodai's new memories.

History

Backstory

Sundance was created on Lospass Island as one of 16 clones of Sumio Mondo. He is a member of the Sundance Tribe. He eventually moved to Japan and became the leader of the FSO.

Sundance shooting Sumio Mondo

Flower, Sun, and Rain

In order to prevent the destruction of Lospass Island, Sundance began thwarting a terrorist attack committed by Edo Macalister by moving his bomb from the airport onto an airplane, where it would detonate in the air. Because of this, Edo commissions the help of Sumio Mondo to counter Sundance and ensure the island's destruction. Sundance is first shown in Request 00: Welcome to the "Flower,Sun,and Rain", entering the bathroom stall as Lospass Airport. He later appeared in Request 01: Gymnopédie#1, on the fourth floor of the Flower, Sun, and Rain, where he was seen by Toriko Kusabi.

In Request 11: Clair de Lune, he appeared on the roof of the Flower, Sun, and Rain to shoot Mondo after he was led there by Sue Sding. Throughout the game, he has been tailed by Christina, who led Toriko to him atop the Business Tower lighthouse. She accuses him of being Kamui Uehara, although he claims to not know who she is referring to. In Request 12: I Got Rhythm, Toriko confronted him again on the roof of the hotel, where the two of them make a pact to spare Mondo's life if he can succeed in finding him. In Request 16: Pavane pour une infante défunte, he appeared to Mondo in his room and gave him clues that would lead him to the Ruin of Marmaleba, and eventually to Tokio Morishima in order to restore time on the island to normal.

In Request 18: An American in Paris, Sundance was finally confronted at the airport, where he disguised himself as Mondo in the airport bathroom. He is prevented from boarding the plane by agents Remy Fawzil and Yoshimitsu Koshimizu, who are disguised as airport employees. Toriko appears and tells him that the savior, a friend of her father, would be there soon to release him. Mondo arrives and verifies his own identity, which causes Sundance to unmask himself and concede. He reveals to Mondo that he is one of sixteen Sumio Mondos who lived out the previous days on Lospass Island, whose memories have now become part of Sumio Kodai. He instructs him to impart their memories to the final seed, Step Sding. He then allows Mondo to board the plane and escape as the island explodes.

Official profiles

A mysterious, eyepatch-wearing man who opposes Toriko.
A terrorist.
Place of Birth: Lospass Island

Gallery

The Silver Case

Flower, Sun, and Rain

Travis Strikes Again

The Silver Case characters
Protagonists Akira · Tokio Morishima
Heinous Crimes Unit Sumio Kodai · Tetsugoro Kusabi · Chizuru Hachisuka · Kiyoshi Morikawa · Morichika Nakategawa · Shinji Kotobuki · Sakura Natsume · Kenta Mikoshiba · Riley Kawabata
Other agents Daigo Natsume · Kenichi Sakamoto · Haruhiko Inomata · Ryu Munakata · Mokutaro Shiroyabu
Antagonists Kamui Uehara (Format Kamui, Kamui Fujiwara) · Ayame Shimohira · The Bat
Lunatics Ryo Kazan · Kyoko Kazan · Rumi Toba
Decoyman Yuriko Sonoda · Dr. Tachibana · Yuka Kawai · Kei Nanami · Kamui's children
Spectrum Koichi Sugita · Hikaru Kobayashi · Kenichi Hiruma · Mizoguchi · Typhoon residents · Koichi's classmates
Parade Daikichi Sakaguchi · Michiru Kosaka · Hanao Hiseki · Fuyuki · Chairman Yukimura · Riru Yukimura
Kamuidrome Tomonori Furuya · Nakama · Sayaka Baian · Missing girl
Lifecut Takeshi Kinjo · TRUMP · Nezu
Placebo Red · Erika Yukawa · S. Inohana · Bartender · Mulholland lady · Slash · Yuu · Uminosuke Hachisuka · Catherine
Administrators Kaoru Hachisuka · Sundance Shot · Daizaburo Kai · Marionette Mother
Face Minato Sawaguchi · Chinami Otomo · Kana Makino
Flower, Sun, and Rain characters
Main Characters Sumio Mondo · Catherine · Toriko Kusabi · Christina · Remy Fawzil · Yoshimitsu Koshimizu · Sundance Shot
Hotel Staff Edo Macalister · Sue Sding · Mati Sding · Stuart Rock
Hotel Guests Sister Phantom · Yayoi Hanayama · El Crasher · Mr. Pirate · Maria Nicharesuk · Stephan Charbonie · Sonny Balboa · Tubbs Balboa · Seiji Fujieda · Yuuri Otowaya · Shoutaro Kai · Daizaburo Kai · Gunji Takaoka · Natsuko Akai · Tokio Morishima
Others Ken Sakurabi · Step Sding · Sundance Ritz · Hana Kaburagi · Tetsugoro Kusabi · Sundance MIC · Forest Navigators · Fantasistas
Mentioned Dragon · Lumberjack Flowerstar · Alberto Ferrente · David Chapman · Igor Ishizakaski · Sayaka Baian · Kamui Uehara · Red · Sumio Kodai