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Marked since 2011-06-27 because: Sunshine's appearances in each mission should be listed in the biography section and the specific mission/cutscene names used as references. The events from Burning Down the House, Bad Trip, Bonding Experience are missing
Mr. Sunshine was The General's right hand man and the Sons of Samedi's second in command. He was incredibly devoted to The General, but seemingly disliked Veteran Child. He was a violent man when prompted, once slashing an innocent bystander in a music store to clear the place out and shooting an addict who wanted to buy the drugs from the 3rd Street Saints, sparing Veteran Child's life only on The General's order. He possessed some kind of Voodoo Power while holding a Voodoo Doll, as he was able to become immortal and send The Protagonist flying without even touching them while manipulating the doll. He often carried a machete as his weapon of choice and a sceptre made from a wooden shaft topped with a skull on top and ending in a spike. He has a hideout at a meat packing plant in The Mills, located in the Factories District. He tried to protect the Samedi's business from the Saints, but failed continuously to thwart them. As punishment, The General cuts his left ear off. He later enlisted multiple addicts to attack the Drug Factory, swearing he would let them keep all the drugs for themselves. The Protagonist later fought him in the meat packing plant, and was annoyed when he continued to fight even after being shot multiple times in the chest, so he fired an entire magazine into him and beheaded him with his own machete, before chucking his decapitated head onto a conveyor belt.
Mr. Sunshine seems to have high pain tolerance, as he willingly lets his ear be cut off and does not make any noise indicating pain, although he clenches his fist, showing he does feel it and that he bleeds.
Mr Sunshine seems to act a lot like the fictional drug lord King Willie from the movie Predator 2 and even Sunshine's death bares a resemblance.
He may also be a reference to Baron Samedi, the James Bond villain, who also had occult abilities and seemed immortal.
Mr. Sunshine shares similarities with Jyunichi. Both are young men who are second-in-command and chief enforcers of their gangs and specialize in bladed weapons. Both also are very close to their leaders (The General and Kazuo Akuji, respectively) and meet their ends by blades as well as someone snitching on them.