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Blade II, Scud (Norman Reedus)

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Film: Blade II (2002)
Deceased Character: Scud (Norman Reedus)
Archetype: Baddy (Minor)
Killed by: Blade (Wesley Snipes)
Killed with: Remote Bomb

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Written by Mr. Mouseburger 15th Nov 2007

Kindly submitted by Pyro

Blade, Whistler, and Blade's new technician Scud are captured by the vampire lord Damaskinos's men after the reapers are wiped out, and it is revealed the vampires merely wished to dispose of the dangerous "failures" the reapers were and afterwards use Blade to make a new race of vampires immune to sunlight.

Reinhart, Damaskinos's right-hand vampire and Blood Pack leader, has an explosive device made by Scud that Blade amusingly stuck to the back of his head earlier in the film, as insurance against the inevitable betrayal.  Blade attempts to detonate it but it doesn't go off. Scud then begins to laugh, and says it was never supposed to explode. It was merely a dud.

Reinhart removes the explosive and tosses it to Scud, who then reveals to Blade that he's one of Damaskinos's familiars who had been spying on Blade from the start. He then goes into a full Villain Rant(tm) that gives Blade a moment to recover. When Scud finally finishes, Blade has two things to say to him...

"One, I've been on to you ever since they turned you. And two... it's not a dud!" Blade explains, brandishing a second remote that DOES detonate the bomb and promptly activating it. The smart-mouthed brat barely has a chance to respond before his bomb explodes and blows him up, spraying his entrails all over the room.

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Comment 1 by 'Nix' (reply to this comment)
Such a shame.
I loved Scud.