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I randomly decided to do all the Ronin missions first in SR2. However, a character dies in Bleeding Out, which means they won't be in the rest of the game (I assume). Would they have appeared in cutscenes or plots for other missions if I had done those missions before Bleeding Out?

To be specific:

Not Gat, who is addressed in another question. but Aisha.

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  • The tl;dr is you may think that guy's dead but he isn't :)
    – agent86
    Commented Aug 31, 2014 at 2:13
  • @agent86 Not Gat. I didn't want to say who due to spoilers, but the women at the start of the mission, which isn't addressed in the other question.
    – Canageek
    Commented Aug 31, 2014 at 4:21
  • Ah, gotcha, sorry. You do know you can mark spoilers with >! though? Might be useful markup if this sort of thing comes up again for you.
    – agent86
    Commented Aug 31, 2014 at 14:13
  • @agent86 No, I didn't know that. Seems silly to me as it won't work on text-only browsers, but sure.
    – Canageek
    Commented Sep 1, 2014 at 6:07

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No, this other character who actually does die has no other impact on the plot. They are not mentioned and does not appear in the game other than in the Ronin missions.

The in-game reason for this is:

She faked her death in Saints Row, so she's keeping a low profile throughout this game.

As far as the character who looks dead but survived is concerned:

Gat is traumatized by the experience, although he doesn't really talk about it in Saints Row 2 much, outside of the Ronin storyline. It comes back to haunt him later in the series, but saying more than that would be spoilers, sweetie :)

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