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|Kwilanna (Jenny Jaros)|
|Aegean in "That's Not in the Script!" in the Saints Row: The Third DLC, Gangstas in Space.|
|Appears in||Gangstas in Space DLC for Saints Row: The Third|
|Affiliations||The Protagonist |
Cast and crew of Gangstas in Space
3rd Street Saints
|Voiced by||Michelle Ruff[reference?]|
- "Oh my God, are you kidding me? My first feature and I'm starring opposite the leader of the Saints!"
- — Jenny Jaros upon meeting The Protagonist
Princess Kwilanna is a character in the 3rd Street Saints movie, Gangstas in Space, played by actress Jenny Jaros. She appears in the Saints Row: The Third DLC, Gangstas in Space. Initially she has been kidnapped by the human military and must be "rescued" by The Protagonist. During the course of the film, it is revealed that Princess Kwilanna has defied her own people to aid The Protagonist in warding off an alien invasion, saying that "they made their choice and [she] made [hers]."
Indeed, Kwilanna fights against her Space Amazon sisters and aids in the theft of an "alien" spacecraft, the Aegean. The character of Kwilanna is also revealed to be relatively tech savvy as the film shoot progresses, disarming computer obstacles with code in several instances while The Protagonist chooses to simply blow them up.
As the DLC progresses, it is perhaps arguable that Kwilanna's ambivalence about her own people in the script roughly parallels Jenny's personal uncertainty and increasing upset over Andy Zhen's project.
Jenny Jaros Edit
Actress Jenny Jaros plays Kwilanna in the film Gangstas in Space, and is dressed as Kwilanna at all times during the Gangstas in Space.
Jenny introduces herself while The Protagonist reads the script for Gangstas In Space. Director Andy Zhen arrives shortly after and yells at her, assuming she's an extra and wondering aloud why she is speaking to him. He is annoyed to find she has a lead role even though she is not famous like The Protagonist. During the course of the movie, Zhen starts going harder on her. He calls her acting amateurish and horrible, blames her lack of skills and takes her to task for not achieving impossible feats (such as jumping a ravine obviously much-too wide to cross, and in fact dangerous). All the while Zhen ignores The Protagonist's admittedly horrible acting, and mistakes such as wooden delivery and breaking character, enraging Jenny more. The Protagonist takes a liking to her, complimenting her on her acting and other various skills, listening to her and telling her she needs to stand up for herself.
Under Zhen's continued cruelty and The Protagonist's encouragement, Jenny starts to turn violent and attacks several actresses hired to replace her. This goes further when she and The Protagonist realize with angry disbelief that Zhen has no problem endangering and killing extras for the sake of the movie. After she and The Protagonist are nearly killed by one of his stunts, Jenny finally snaps and kills the director by flying the Aegean into him and impaling him on the nose of the craft. Though The Protagonist is alarmed by this turn of events, as Jenny explains it she is "just doing what [The Protagonist] told [her]."
She is unlocked as a homie after the DLC is completed, and remains dressed as Kwilanna when called upon. She arrives in a standard Saints vehicle.
Normally Jenny is friendly, polite, and respectful to others. She is at first somewhat in awe of being slated opposite The Protagonist in Gangstas in Space, even as The Protagonist admits they will "need cue cards like a motherfucker" in order to get through their part of the filming.
Unlike The Protagonist, Jenny is a skilled actress who follows the script and usually only breaks character when The Protagonist does. Despite her obvious talent and dedication she doesn't seem to have much confidence in her abilities. However, she blossoms under The Protagonist's encouragement to take what she wants and stand up to Zhen when he unfairly criticizes her acting while praising The Protagonist's own terrible work. She also has a surprisingly violent temper which causes her to lash out when pushed too far, to the point of murder. Her violent outbursts have also apparently caused her some legal trouble in the past.
Following the events of Gangstas in Space, when called up as a homie Jenny will frequently comment on her new bold and carefree attitude, saying "Who knew I had this little ball of murderous fury in me?" and "Who needs an acting job when I've got the Saints?" She appears to enjoy watching The Protagonist commit property damage and is quite excitable when called up on the phone for a mission. Though her acting career with Andy Zhen is finished, Jenny seems to look forward to her future among the Saints.
- Jaros' forename is misspelled "Jenni" at the bottom of a promotional poster for the Gangstas in Space DLC.
- Jaros shares her surname with Steve Jaros, the lead writer for Saints Row: The Third.
- Jenny is never seen in anything other than her Kwilanna movie outfit.
- Kwilanna uses a Viper Laser Rifle when called as a homie, presumably due to its sci-fi nature and the movie weapons being unavailable outside the DLC missions.
- Kwilanna's visual design bears a striking resemblance to another Jenny, from the 80's comic/cartoon Bucky O'Hare.
- Like Space Brutina and Space Amazon gang members, Jenny removes her headpiece when in a vehicle.