“As a first-generation Japanese American, I’ve always wanted to play a samurai warrior like my Suicide Squad
character, Katana. Samurai are almost always male, so growing up in
America I had a hard time figuring out role models. Katana and I may not
have the same personality, but coming from the same cultural
upbringing, we share core values.
Japanese culture there’s this idea of putting others before yourself,
but I’ve also never wanted to let myself down. Someone recently told me
how refreshing it is to see an Asian woman as a superhero. That stuck
with me. Stand up for yourself and what you love.” - Karen Fukuhara, Suicide Squad (2016)
By the Firelink Shrine, The Master patiently waits for an unkindled ash to challenge him.
This guy, goddamn. Simple attire, no epic story from his item description, but a great challenge, a great view, a great weapon … something that drives conversation between you and your buddies when you sit down and talk about the game. From Software always does an amazing job at making what would be just another mob into a memorable character.