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|“||I killed your parents. You must be burning up with rage.||„|
|“||You are my half brother. You know that manga called Miyuki? The Japanese one. Well, it's like that. Your father abandoned my mother to run off with your mother. It broke her heart beyond repair. She killed herself. Knowing I had nowhere to go, he took advantage of me. Ever since I can remember, he molested me. We lived in this rotten apartment... And I was his slave. Every day I cursed his soul. I swore that I would kill him one day. But cursing didn't change anything. That's when I decided to become a killer. With no money to pay for training, I paid with my body. But to you, I bet that son of a bitch looked like a hard-working family man. That was all an act. He didn't give two s***s about cleaning up my life so I decided to clean it up myself. That's why I do what I do. And I got what I wanted. Killing him in front of your very eyes. That's my story.||„|
|~ Jeane telling her backstory.|
Jeane is the main antagonist of the hack-and-slash videogame No More Heroes. She is a 25-year-old assassin and Travis Touchdown's half-sister and former girlfriend.
She is voiced by Kari Wahlgren in the English version, and Mamiko Noto in the Japanese version.
As a child, she was consistently molested by her father after her mother killed herself after her husband ran off with Travis's father. Due to this, she began to deeply detest Travis and his family. To kick-start her plan for revenge, she became a prostitute to make money for her to train as a assassin. This payed off, as she later hunted down Travis's parents, killed them, and destroyed their home.
Time passes, as she appears suddenly right before Travis is about to fight Dark Star, and kills him, stealing his title in the process. Travis asks Jeane about the reason she killed his parents, and although she first denies (Saying it's so awful that it'll raise the game's age rating, and sarcastically asking if he wants the game to be renamed "No More Heroes: Forever", a comedic and derisive reference to Duke Nukem Forever.), she finally caves in to saying her sad tale, but literally fast-forwards is as a trade-off. After reaching the end of her reasoning, she fights Travis to the death, but ultimately is killed by Travis, who is assisted by Shinobu.
- In appearance, she looks similar to The Bride/"Buddy" from Kill Bill.
- Her relationship with Travis Touchdown (Being revealed to be his sibling) and her relations with Dark Star could be based on the relations Leia had with Luke and Darth Vader respectively in the Star Wars franchise.
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