"To be or not to be? That is the question…" This was the last line uttered by Steven Dan before being booed off the stage at Clint City's Central Theatre. It was five years ago now and the sorry actor had sunk into a deep depression before turning up at the monastery of the Fang Pi Clang, determined to take his revenge on the world by force. After failing the entrance exam up against Mini Mosu, only Windy Mor saw the latent talent in this sorry excuse for an actor and so agreed to take him on as his student. Five years have since passed. It was no easy job trying to toughen up Steven Dan and Windy Mor regrets to this day having squandered his youth in training this unbearable crybaby. But the results speak for themselves: Steven Dan has become a martial arts expert worthy of the best action B-movies, provided his lines are stripped back to the bare minimum, that is!
- Nutcracker Technique!: Gain 40 Life Points with Steven Dan
Advantages & Disadvantages
- He is based off of famous Belgian actor and martial artist, Jean-Claude Van Damme, who frequently stars in action pictures.
- His name also comes from fellow martial artist and actor, Steven Segal.
- In his introduction, it is mentioned that he is going to appear in ("Blood & Tropic Thunder"), which is a nod to the satirical action film, Tropic Thunder.
- In his final level, he resembles Johnny Cage who is also an actor and martial artist from the Mortal Kombat series. His mission name is a nod to his special move, Nutcracker.