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Jin Saotome as he appear in Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness. Art by Kinu Nishimura.
|Full Name||Jin Saotome|
|Birthdate||April 11, 2078|
|Height||175 cm (5' 9")|
|Weight||72 kg (159 lbs)|
|Measurements (Bust, Waist, Hip)||Unknown|
Jin Saotome (ジン・サオトメ) is the main lead character from the fighting game Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness.
Jin is 21 years old, always dressed in pure white, likening him to Street Fighter character Ryu in appearance, but with his trademark white scarf billowing behind him. Jin's fighting techniques were taught to him by his father.
Jin's mood goes from calm to rage within seconds, but he remains a good guy. He is also friends with Gawaine Murdock.
Jin's father (Ken Saotome) belonged to a unit that was killed in what was thought to be an accident one year before the start of Cyberbots. To honor his memory, he seeks to become the best Variant Armor pilot alive and wants to prove his worth through the VA battle circuit. He begins to question his father's death after meeting Shade for the first time, who, it turns out, was the one responsible.
His main mech is the BX-02 BLODIA, a reworked model once piloted by Jeff Perkins.
Other appearances Edit
Jin makes a small cameo in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, shown on a poster in the background of the Days of Future Past stage with other veterans from the previous games, as one of the "Slain" characters; doubling as a reference to his ending in the first Marvel vs. Capcom. He also makes a small cameo in Hawkeye's ending as part of his new West Coast Avengers, and both Jin and Blodia appear in the game's Heroes and Heralds mode as individual support cards.
- In Project X Zone, Devilotte can summon Blodia (along with Mobilesuits Alpha and Beta from Side Arms Hyper Dyne) as part of her attack.
- Jin's surname, Saotome, is most likely a reference to Dr. Saotome from the Getter Robo series.
For more of this character, see their gallery.