|“||Sounds great. Now all we gotta do is figure out what's worth stealin'.||„|
|~ Snow on "all that's out there"|
Snowball, commonly known as Snow, is a heavy muscle and possible Main Lieutenant of the Warriors. He is a real heavy soldier. Disciplined, independent and reserved. He can rumble with the best of them. He was played by Brian Tyler and voiced by Sekou Campbell.
Snow has an Afro with a headband under it, and he wears necklace with no shirt with under his vest. Snow is the tallest member of the Warriors. He has a lean and wiry, yet still muscular build, as opposed to his partner Ajax's stocky and bulky build.
In the movie, Snow is very quiet. However, in the game, he is much more boisterous.
Snow is able to be cool under pressure, hence the name. He rarely speaks, but when he does, he usually says something meaningful or wise.
Unlike his heavy muscle partner Ajax, Snow is more rational, and clearly more intelligent, making him a more promising leader. Like every other Warrior, he is very loyal to the gang, and is willing to help each one of his Warrior brothers.
In The FilmEdit
In The GameEdit
Snow joined the Warriors on June 15, 1978, where he and Ajax had to fight off a number of Warriors to be in. After they earn their colors, Ajax took him to Destroyers' turf to meet Ajax's girlfriend (Ajax lied to Snow saying there would be two girls). Then, a bunch of Destroyers knocked them down and took their vests, and the two had to fight through Destroyer turf to get their colors back. He was able to get his vest back from Lemmy (a Destroyer lieutenant).
In The NovelEdit
Snow appears multiple times in Jailbreak, but has no speaking lines.
Snow is a heavy muscle. He is very strong and is often a big help in brawls. In normal stance, his fighting style is just like that of Ajax, and most males in the game. He shares the same ground head-butt combo as Rico, Sanchez, Sid, Thrash. He also shares his fight stance with Fox.
Furthermore, his standing rage grab combo is shown to be one of the most brutal in the game, as he snaps his opponents' forearms back, before pounding them into submission. His ground rage combo is the most powerful in the entire game; usually, just the final blow of a rage combo does the trick, but the 2nd and 3rd blows of Snow's ground rage combo deplete masses of health. His power moves are the standard roundhouse and tornado kicks.
There is an error of sorts with his standing rage combo - as when he breaks someone's forearms, they will only lose a tiny bit of health from it, and they'll get back up and fight. In reality, this attack would prompt them to scream in agony, and render them useless in a fight, not to mention that it would take ages for the arms to heal, not just instantly. This also happens with Cowboy's standing rage combo.
There is a funny gimmick in 1 ON 1, in Rumble Mode; f you play as Snow, and manage to fill your rage meter without dealing much damage to your opponent, you can perform the ground rage combo on them (which includes a neck-break) and they'll still have a bit of health left.
He is not playable in Street Brawl.
Heavy: Mugging, Resisting Arrest, Stealing Strength: 5/10 Solid: Uncuffing, Lock Picking Stamina: 7/10 Lame: Tagging Health: 6/10 Rage: 8/10
- "Time to move." - LET'S GO
- "Stop here." - HOLD UP
- "Fuck 'em up!" - WRECK 'EM ALL
- "Cover my ass." - WATCH MY BACK
- "Destroy this shit!" - MAYHEM
- "Everyone, get the fuck outta here!" - SCATTER
- "They can't hear me no more." - OUT OF RANGE
- "Up yours, motherfucker!" - Threat
- "Aww, shit! Gonna get ya, toy!" - Threat
- "Where's the challenge, man? Where's your muscle?" - Threat
- "What's up, small-time, wanna mess?" - Threat
- "I'm gonna wreck you, man. I'm gonna burn you!" - Threat
- "Scared yet, motherfucker?" - Threat
- "You'd better run if you wanna live." - Threat
- "You wanna feel my heat, man? C'mon, I'll burn your ass!" - Threat
- "Enough o' this bullshit, now you're FUCKED!" - Rage
- "Now you got me angry, Jack! I'ma waste you!!" - Rage
- "You're FUCKIN' FINISHED!!" - Rage
- "I'm gonna KILL you, sucka!" - Rage
- "C'mon, you wanna play?! You wanna mess?! LET'S GO!" - Rage
- "Yo, man. Whaddup?" - Greeting Warrior
- "Thanks for keepin' me packed, brotha." - Taking weapon from ally
- "Maaan, chicks'll be all over me now!" - Wearing a hat
- "Now this is stylin'!" - Wearing a hat
- "Yeah, I'm here to collect the funds." - Requesting protection money
- "Yo, can I grab that protection cash right now?" - Requesting protection money
- "I'm gonna need the money, ya dig?" - Requesting protection money
- "We're going like everybody else: nine guys, no weapons." - Response to Cochise's worry of going to the meeting without weapons
- "Cops got Ajax. We don't know about Swan." - Informing the gang
- In a deleted scene, he was the music man of the gang and carried a boombox. Snow still carries a boombox in the very first shot of the Warriors entering the subway train.
- In the script, Snow did not say a single word until the end, when he gave a small statement about how they should fight the Rogues to avenge their fallen friends.
- Rumors show that Snow is the Warriors' second Main Lieutenant, replacing Swan. Although unconfirmed, the late gameplay supports this theory: in the final stages of the game, Snow always accompanies Swan, since Warlords usually brought their Main Lieutenant to back them up, Snow is most likely the Main Lieutenant.
- Snow is the least playable Warrior; you can only play as him for half of a mission. However, he is the most playable second-player Warrior, for a total of 9 missions.
- Interestingly, Snow has a lighter skin tone, compared to Cochise and Cleon. This may indicate that Snow comes from a multi-racial background.
- Snow is the only main Warrior that doesn't have recorded dialogue for the commands for "LET'S GO" & "HOLD UP" for hiding in shadows; as his only appearance, as P1, is in Mission 6, which has no shadows. He's also the only Warrior not to have dialogue for the shoplifting "MAYHEM" command.
|Swan · Cleon (Formerly)|
|Ajax · Cochise · Cowboy|
|Ash · Jones · Malcolm · Lynx · Rhino|