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|“||YOU SHOULD... HAVE LET... ME TALK TO THEM!||„|
|“||The f--k I did!||„|
|~ Kane's catchphrase.|
Adam Marcus, commonly known as Kane, is the main protagonist of the 2007 third-person shooter, Kane & Lynch: Dead Men and the deuteragonist of its 2010 sequel, Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days. Kane also makes a cameo appearance alongside Lynch in the 2006 video game, Hitman: Blood Money, and the 2012 video game, Hitman: Absolution.
He is the partner of James Seth Lynch, and was the former mercenary who went down a spiral of crime after the death of his son.
He was voiced by Brian Bloom, who voices William "B.J." Blazkowicz in MachineGames' Wolfenstein series, and also voiced Matt Horner in the StarCraft series, Alex Shepherd in Silent Hill: Homecoming, Jackie Estacado in The Darkness II, Yuri in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Keegan Russ in Call of Duty: Ghosts, Nick Reyes in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and Blackout in Skylanders.
Marcus "Kane" Adams was born on August 27th, 1969 to unnamed parents and is a British native. He would go to become a police officer in his early years, and later married and had two children, a son and a daughter named Jenny. One day, his son accidently killed himself with Kane's gun, causing him to go down a spiral of crime. His marriage would end in a divorce, and Kane decided to turn to a life of crime and became a mercenary.
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
Kane wrote a letter for his daughter, Jenny. He is on his way to be condemned to die, for m his manslaughter. He encounters a death row inmate, James Seth Lynch. Lynch tells him that there would be a breakout. Their truck is engaged in a head-on collision by a team of mercenaries. The pair are taken to a construction site, where they are confronted by thugs of The7. Kane entertains a threat from them to take back what he stole from them in three weeks, or his wife and daughter shall be executed.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
Kane, alongside Lynch, makes a cameo appearance in Hitman: Absolution, where he's waiting for Lynch to arrive at the bar. If Agent 47 starts the bar fight, Kane will fight two men with ease. Kane later appears at the courthouse, where he is seen writing a letter to Jenny.
Kane is a skilled fighter, expert in disarmed combat and the use of firearms, and the methods which make them effective. During ten years of being under the leadership of The7, Kane earned a set of noticeable skills that made his acts a success, now obtaining himself a seat amongst the actual 7 crime lords who formed the organization. He also proves a great amount of skill with a Push Dagger, as he nearly ever wields one.