Affiliations with dataDyne
Mr. Blonde was the Skedar Warrior chosen to maintain contact between dataDyne and the Skedar. He kept a volatile relationship between both Cassandra and Trent Easton, trading alien technology with both in return for the A.I. Dr. Caroll, and the deep sea craft Pelagic II. Near the end of the game he kills Trent Easton, and abducts Cassandra. He is also responsible for the destruction of the Lucerne Tower.
AppearanceOn the outside, Mr. Blonde appears to be a tall human male in his late 20's with striking blond hair - hence the name. He is actually a Skedar Warrior using an advanced holographic projector and a voice modulator. Using this technology, Skedar Warriors can commune with dataDyne on Earth without looking too overtly suspicious. Mr. Blonde is in charge of the Skedar faction working with dataDyne, and he often gives Cassandra orders - although she doesn't enjoy following them. He views dataDyne as expendable - in his view anything that does not work correctly should be disposed of swiftly. It is unknown what happened to him after the bombardment of his home planet, but it can be assumed he died along with the other Skedar or escaped.
Several other Mr. Blondes are fought during the missions Air Force One: Antiterrorism, Crash Site: Confrontation, Deep Sea: Nullify Threat and Carrington Institute: Defense. Strangely, they all sound like normal dataDyne guards, instead of having the main Mr. Blonde's Scandinavian accent. He is also a playable character in the game's Combat Simulator mode. When you play as the counter-operative in missions that contain only Skedar enemies, the playable Skedar will morph into Mr. Blonde carrying over any weapons on them.