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"...The revelation! It freed me, it killed me."
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|Weapons||Can shapeshift his arms into blades|
Can summon a spike shield from his body
|Real World Information|
|Appears in||Prototype 2|
Roland was Alex Mercer's right hand man and one of his Evolved. He had infiltrated Gentek disguised as a scientist in order to execute Mercer's plans. James Heller was unable to track him down as Roland had a "stealth" mode which rendered him invisible to other infected individuals, including Sabrina Galloway.
- "No wonder he likes you so much. You're as stubborn as he is."
- ―Roland to Heller, before the former flees into an infected lair[src]
After Heller's failed attempt at consuming him, Roland escaped into the city. Shortly after, Sabrina Galloway informed Heller of Roland's new hideout: an infected lair. When Roland noticed Heller approaching, he fled into the Lair, leaving a Hydra to guard it against Blackwatch and Heller.
After the creature was dispatched, Heller followed Roland underground. As Heller dealt with the infected inside the Lair, Roland escaped back to the surface disguised as a Blackwatch soldier. After preventing Roland's escape via APC, Heller confronted him and the two fought fiercely in the city streets. With his superior abilities, Heller finally overwhelmed and consumed him, obtaining the Shield spikes ability.
Abilities and TraitsEdit
As well as his "stealth mode", Roland had a shield ability that greatly helped him to survive James Heller's attack. Roland also had fast reflexes like the other Evolved and was able to dodge Heller's attacks and counter with his Blade. As helpful as this was, Roland was ultimately too arrogant to believe that Heller could defeat him, his taunts only causing Heller to pursue him more fiercely, leading to his eventual defeat at Heller's hand. He also viewed both Heller and Mercer as stubborn, and additionally attempted to convince the former to join him and Mercer, calling their fighting "silly bickering."