Redge is a half-demon (born from a human and demon parent), and is best known for his completely black skin. He has spiky hair that is the same color as his skin, and yellow pupiless eyes. He wears a dark red visor, a red jacket with a white shirt underneath, a pair of jeans, red fingerless gloves, and brown shoes. He wears two belts, one around his waist and the other slung around his torso, which he uses to hold the Cauterizer when not in use. Despite his appearence, he does have a mouth, normally hiding it and only revealing it when in True Demon. He can talk and eat while his mouth is hiding.
When in True Demon, Redge's appearence becomes more wild and aggressive. His hair begins moving similar to fire, his clothes become ripped, his claws elongate, two wings appear on his back, and he gains an axe-like tail.
In KillGames 2, his appearence stays mostly the same, though his hair is spikier, and he has visible pupils. His jacket is now long-sleeves with iron padding on the shoulders and wrists. His shirt is now a lighter red, and his pants are khaki. After losing his right arm in the last game, he now possesses a mechanical arm, which is red and grey. It also holds the Catuerizer, which he now uses like a wrist blade, though will occasionally wield it like a sword for certain attacks.
Redge, throughout KillGames, is shown to be incredibly lazy, abrasive, sarcastic and rude. Before the events of KillGames, he didn't really do anything, living Lane's apartment and doing nothing but sitting in front of a TV. He only joins the KillGames because Lane forced him to and because he could get a chance to kill his mother, Soul.
Redge shows little to no care for the well-being of others, with the exceptions of Lane and Yuki later on in the story. He won't hesitate to kill anyone in his way, often needing Lane to stop him from brutally killing someone. While he fights, he enjoys making snarky and offensive remarks on his enemies.
Redge was born at an unknown time, being the son of Soul and an unknown father. Redge had grown a good relationship with his father, but had always hated Soul. Soul saw Redge as a failure, much like all the other children she has had. Soul wished to make Redge's live as misrable as possible, eventually killing Redge's dad and making his life, quite fittingly, a living hell. Though, unlike his siblings who ended up dying, Redge, being a half-demon, ended up surviving. Eventually, Redge escaped into the Human Realm with the help of an occultist named Lane. Not having to deal with Soul anymore, he stayed mostly in Lane's apartment, mostly sitting in front of a TV and playing videogames.
In Killgames, he appears as the protagonist of his side of the story, alongside Lane and Yuki. Redge joined because Lane forced him too, and winning the tournament would allow him to finally get rid of Soul. During the prologue, he meets Storm, calming her down when she threatens a random bartender.
During his story, he breezed through most of his fights without any care in the world, but upon meeting Yuki, he was forced by Lane to help her get Yuki out. Initially, Redge didn't really care about Yuki, but after learning about her backstory and seeing her do things like save Misery and Colt's life and defeat Soul, he made it his mission to protect her.
Upon reaching the final match, he faces off against Storm, who he met in the prologue. If the player chooses him, he defeats Adam and wins. When Adam is killed by Soul, he faces off against his (now mutated) mother and kills him. While celebrating, he suddenly loses his arm when Maligna cut it off, but she dies as well when she dragged into Hell. During the ending, Redge is seen sitting on some rubble, and he and Storm seem to become friends. The both of them walk out of the arena, looking at the sun, appreciating that the KillGames are finally over.
After game's ending, it is implied that Redge and Lane adopt Yuki.
Redge, being part-demon, posesses supernatural powers. Specifically, he has the ability manipulate and summon hellfire. He wields the Cauterizer, a chainsaw-sword hybrid that is powered by these Hell flames, and along with using it as a close-ranged weapon, also uses it to channel fire into fireballs, fire pillars, or even massive waves of fire that obliterate enemies in their way.
When performing his Level 3 Super Move, Raging Rave, Redge gains access to a powerful form known as True Demon. This is a manifestation of his pent-up rage and envy for his mother. True Demon grants him incredible power, the ability of flight, causes the Cauterizer to kick into overdrive, increasing in size and being able to cut through almost anything. However, he can only maintain this form for a very short time, and chooses to only use it when he wants to do something cool.
Redge appears as a playable character in KillGames.
Redge is set to appear in KillGames 2. He will be part of the Resistance Faction.
Redge appears in Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat as an unlockable playable character. His moveset is very similar to his KillGames moveset.
Redge appears in Fantendo Fisticuffs as a playable character.
While not directly appearing in the game, a costume based off of Redge is available as DLC. It's design hasn't been revealed as of right now, though (judging by the description), Tigzon wields the Cauterizer while using this costume.
Redge appears as a playable character.
- Redge was one of the first characters designed for the game, alongside Storm, Zmei and Misery.
- Of the designs, Redge is the oldest. He appeared in very early fighting game ideas before KillGames was concieved.
- Redge's design is meant to be "intentionally edgy". This is the reason he has black skin and hair.
- Redge's design is inspired by Ragna the Bloodedge from Blazblue, Sol Badguy from Guilty Gear, and Travis Touchdown from No More Heroes.
- Redge's name is a combination of "red" and "edge".
- Redge was originally not a demon, but this was changed when the creators wanted to give him a reason to join.
- This was also the reason Soul was made his mother. In order to give him a motive.
- Redge's weapon, "Cauterizer", is named after a medical techinque in which a person burns the skin or flesh with a heated instrument to stop bleeding or prevent a wound from being infected.
- This name is meant to be an opposite of Soul's weapon, "Bloodletter", since cauterizing, despite how bad is seems, is actually helpful, while bloodletting is actually dangerous despite the technique being meant to help people.
|Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat (erictom333)|
|Fighters||#0 Dragon Queen • #1 Unten • #2 Strafe • #3 PalmMan • #4 Alice • #5 Pesh • #6 Zerita • #7 Aingeru • #8 Rachel • #9 Bowie • #10 Leah • #11 Fera • #12 Silver Zin • #13 Doomulus Grime • #14 Netnu • #15 McBoo • #16 Volt • #17 Mioda • #18 Meta-Form • #19 Reptflux • #20 Mika Sho • #21 Scotch • #22 Umbra • #23 Hama • #24 Riddle • #25 Kýrios • #26 Sia • #27 X-Ray • #28 Sakeena • #29 Aurora • #30 Tess • #31 Crow • #32 Amy • #33 Tayshaun • #34 3.14 • #35 Mynis • #36 Valerie • #37 Aero • #38 Zellen • #39 Tigzon • #40 Reten • #41 Palutena • #42 Kaiden • #43 Nightless • #44 Nycho • #45 Bunea • #46 Voidmato • #47 Jura-Pek • #48 Quartz • #49 Bynde • #50 Nyxiel • #51 Alec • #52 Caleb • #53 Janka • #54 Glenn • #55 Lumino • #56 Felicity • #57 Vessa • #58 Lucius • #59 Thrusterhound • #60 Cassandra • #61 Anthony • #62 Millyrain • #63 Redge • #64 Storm • #65 Simone|
|DLC Fighters||#66 Pickpocket • #67 Pubble • #68 Obena • #69 Nion • #70 Cardinal|
|Stages||ANTIX Airship • Archaea Kingdon • Atlanta Moon Colonies • Autumn Meadows • Blaze Academy • California Cruise • Callous Spires • Chococarrot Charge • CinnaMon Convenience Store • City Roof • Claire's Apartment • Cobalt • Coconut Forest • Draconian Kingdom • Dragonbreak Falls • Fantendo Firehouse • Fantendo Sports Resort • Final Frontier • Frozen Foundry • Gas Station • Grand Mal City • Grimecorp Tower • Guillotine End Institution • Haukohi's Haven • Havoc Hell Tournament • Heiwana • Leah's Hospital • Lock's Base • Longost Forest • Lumin Town • Mango Island • Marika Island • McBoo's Mansion • Mega-Biome • Midnight Temple • Montanian Village • Museum of Weird • Nadian City • Neo York City Streets • Parasitic Grand Oak • Peaceful Plains • Pusher's Pile • Qeotulin • Sana Tomas Isle • Serene Dojo • Space • Star Heights • The Honeycombs • Tornado Town • Valco Balcony • Vinegar Base • Western Village • White Goddess's Sanctuary • World Tournament • Xastil City • Zeon Remnant • 1 TBD 3.14 stage|
|Bosses||Adam • Asuna • Doomulus Prime • Doomulus Rise • Doomulus Saline • Doomulus Thai • Endal the Monkey • King Kube KiloBot • Liameno • Lock • Mallory • Master Binary • MineMan • Mistress of Weird • Ms. Replicate • Nebula • NULL • Parvati • Qingyun • Tiera • Xsomnis • Threat-Tan-Doe|
|Items||Blump • Bull Horns • Chocodice • Corrupted Core • Finisher Sphere • Goo Grenade • Glistening Blump • Hell's Ramen • Keinz Colored Ketchup • Kolorb-Ball • Pushy • Rage Soda • Summoner Orb (See below) • Untencake • Zaxinian Cuisine|
|Summoner Orb characters||3Dee • Absinthe • Agustaclove • Ainhoa • Amaia • Aran • Aura • Boare • Bubbly G. • Chief Dongorio • Doormat • Elina • Flynn • Friday Blake • Graviteen • Iron Mask • Jasper Jabberwocky • Kiva • Krystal Pérez • Lampferno • Lane • Lisa Leyser • Lucky Veridian • Melissa • Mobius • Muffin • Mylan Starlight • Obena • Penny • Pickpocket • Pixel • Punch • Quartz • Retron • Ronnie & Claire • Ruby Glaes • Spree • Sugarspike • Syinara • Yuki|
|Misc||Alternate Costumes • Penny's Database • Spirits • Miscellaneous|