The games have a lot of different characters. Some of them are Mage Ladies. Some of them are sad dads. Some of them are even scary kids. But one of the most ubiquitous character types is the Bald Dude. There are a lot of them! How are you supposed to know which ones are the best? That’s what we’re here to decide with this list of the top 10 bald guys in the game.
Maybe you didn’t like Solas at first. In fact, you probably never liked Solas. You might be wondering who he thinks he is, scolding you all the time … then you find out he’s a god, and that makes more sense. What this egg-headed elf lacks in personal magnetism, he makes up for with gravitas.
There’s nothing to be ashamed of about baldness, but does it have to be this guy’s thing? Buddy, you can always charge your opponents like a maniac with a name that showcases your other positive qualities, like “love cross stitch bull” or “graduate Magna Cum Laude Bull”.
As the guy who is primarily responsible for the Guardians, Zevala has a lot on his mind. He must command his forces and keep his own skills sharp, while respecting his principles. That doesn’t leave time for shampoo and / or conditioner – a tactical complication that Zevala took care of.
Sonic the Hedgehog’s nemesis keeps his scalp smooth as he loves to build giant mechanical replicas of himself, and it’s easier to make them look decent when your overall aesthetic can be described as “spherical.” Also, have you tried robo-hair? It’s strange!
There is a certain type of baldness that screams “I am very bad”, and it is usually accompanied by a goatee. Kane ticks both boxes, and he does it with charisma. Once you see him, you are not surprised to learn that he is a pseudo-religious figure who leads a group called The Brotherhood of Nod.
The benefit of being the world’s most powerful practitioner of psychokinesis is that you maintain a clean-shaven look with a minimum of fuss. Psycho Mantis probably uses his mental powers to extrude hair follicles until they fall out, much like Play-Doh. Gross.
Rude is cool and calm – the ultimate secret agent. With sleek undertones and a well-fitting suit, he knows how to make this look work. He also knows that baldness is an advantage for melee fighters like him; your opponents cannot grab your hair if you have nothing on your head to grab.
According to Street Fighter lore, the first game ended with dragon Ryu hitting Sagat so hard that all of his hair was definitely gone. Or maybe it just marked his chest. The point is this: Sagat is so consumed with revenge that he fails to recognize how good-looking he really is.
After his rage-fueled rampage in previous games, Kratos needed to reinvent himself. He started a new family, grew a huge beard, and even moved into a whole new pantheon of deities. But amidst all the bloody memories and remnants of his past, he just can’t escape his iconic ash-covered dome.
You just can’t have more “bald video game dude” than Agent 47. Although he’s an elite assassin with a long list of world-changing feats, the first thing most people do some people can tell you about him is that he doesn’t have any hair. But it’s probably better to remember this way than whoever committed all these murders.