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Sin Kiske
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Sin Kiske first appeared in Guilty Gear 2: Overture as one of the main protagonists. He is the son of Ky Kiske and The Maiden of the Grove. Sin doesn't quite get along with his father, but he does appear to have a love for his mother. Throughout GG2: Overture, Sin travels with Sol Badguy. As a child, Sin was kept on a chain by Sol, and always carried his favorite stuffed animal Chimaki with him. Sin is a target of Valentine, due to his Gear cells allowing him to be The Key to open and unlock The Cube. It's currently unknown why Sin wears an eyepatch over his right eye. In Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-, Sin continues to follow Sol and ends up carrying most of the luggage.
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Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-



Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2


Page Updated:  Aug. 15th, 2018

Even though I never played GG2: Overture, I definitely remember seeing Sin in the artwork for the game... and I'm glad he's made his debut in GGXrd. After learning about his play-style and personality before the game came out, I thought he'd end up being too "silly" of a character... but thankfully, he's got a good balance of humor and badass-factor. Some of his staff moves are comparable with the likes of Kilik from Soul Calibur, just a bit wilder. He's got some really cool-looking, hard-hitting attacks, and his "food meter" management is pretty clever. I definitely liked him as a character more than I thought I would. Although, there are some "weird" visual elements to his design that I'm not a huge fan of. Nonetheless, as both a 2D fighting game character and a newcomer in the Guilty Gear series... he definitely fits the bill.

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