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Olga Gurlukovich
Ольга Гурлукович




Biographical information
Also known as Deepthroat
Mr. X
Cyborg Ninja
Nationality Flag of Russia Russian
Born September 23, 19XX[1]
Died April 30, 2009
Arsenal Gear, Manhattan
Physical description
Eye color Blue
Hair color Light blond
Ethnicity Caucasian
Blood type A[1]
Career and family information
Affiliation(s) Gurlukovich Mercenaries
The Patriots
Sons of Liberty
Occupation Mercenary
Notable family and relationship(s) Sergei Gurlukovich (father)
Sunny Emmerich (daughter)
Metal Gear information
Main appearance(s) Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Voiced by (English) Vanessa Marshall
Voiced by (Japanese) Kyoko Terase
This article has an associated Metal Gear Acid card, Olga Gurlukovich (MGA card).

Olga Sergeyevna Gurlukovich (Ольга Сергеевна Гурлукович) was the daughter of Sergei Gurlukovich, and a member of his private army, the Gurlukovich Mercenaries. She took command of her father's unit after his death. She was then forced into joining the Patriots, after they kidnapped her daughter Sunny. She worked as their agent, playing an important role in the Big Shell Incident of 2009.


"I grew up on the battlefield. Conflict and victory were my parents."
―Olga Gurlukovich

Early life and careerEdit

Sometime during Olga's childhood, she was raised within her father's military unit.[2] At some point during her life, she received a long scar across her face.[3]

The Manhattan IncidentEdit

See also: Tanker Incident and the Big Shell Incident

Olga in 2007.

Olga led her father's mercenaries when they captured the transport ship Discovery in his attempt to seize Metal Gear RAY in 2007. Sergei's intention at the time was to use RAY as a super weapon with which to re-establish Russia as a major world power. She boarded the ship with the help of Revolver Ocelot. However, she did not trust Ocelot, even with the knowledge that he was the only one of the unit who had undergone the appropriate VR training for piloting RAY.

After the ship was secured, Sergei ordered Olga off the ship (out of concern for her unborn child), but she refused, stating that she belonged there with the unit. Sergei reminded her that she was three months pregnant but she still refused to leave and waved away the helicopter that was sent to pick her up. She was then confronted by Solid Snake, although he was initially hesitant due to her resemblance to Meryl Silverburgh.[4] He told her to toss her gun overboard. However, after the storm unexpectedly stopped, she decided to attack Snake by firing a round from her Spetsnaz NRS2 "Special Scout Knife" (which he successfully dodged), causing him to realize that she may be connected to Spetsnaz. She remarked that she was impressed with Snake, as no one had ever dodged that attack of hers before, although she remarked that he wouldn't get lucky twice either. While fighting Snake, she then explained to Snake that she grew up on the battlefield, and she owed her life to the unit. He subdued her with his tranquilizer pistol, and recovered her USP handgun, expressing surprise that she would be in possession of a weapon originally designed for American special forces.[5]

Snake continued with his mission to survey the Discovery, but later rescued Olga after Ocelot killed Sergei and critically damaged the ship. However, Olga later believed Snake had murdered her father, and because of this wanted revenge against him. She also bore a grudge against Ocelot because she thought he had abandoned her father (not realizing his true role in her father's death).

After this, Olga took command of her father's forces and became a renegade, joining a branch of the Russian Mafia, which was in reality controlled by the Patriots. When she was about to go into labor, she went to a hospital, although she didn't realize until afterwards that the hospital was actually run by the Patriots. After she gave birth, her child was taken hostage, and used as a means by which to force Olga into serving the Patriots.


Olga during the Big Shell Incident.

Olga and her Gurlukovich Mercenaries joined the Sons of Liberty, who captured the Big Shell, and held U.S. President James Johnson hostage. She encountered Raiden in person after Olga supplied a debriefing via radio to Solidus Snake (who had just returned from shooting down a SEAL helicopter with a Harrier), informing Solidus of witnessing a Cyborg Ninja and witnessing someone hiding in a cardboard box near the Shell 2 connection bridge, resulting in a beefing up of security and setting a trap on the connection bridge, respectively. Raiden then held her up, and inquired her of whether she was a member of Dead Cell, to which she denied. She then escaped capture by jumping off a railing Arabian-style and disappearing. Raiden then informed Iroquois Pliskin of this development, who then explained who Olga was. In actuality, Olga, who was secretly the Cyborg Ninja, was in fact working against her own men as an agent of the Patriots, albeit reluctantly. Her mission was to ensure the success of Raiden, a test subject of the S3 Plan. To do so she used two different methods to disguise herself so as to accomplish her mission. She disguised herself as a Cyborg Ninja, and identified herself as Mr. X, a commonly used pseudonym for someone whose name is secret or unknown, during Codec calls to Raiden. Just as Gray Fox had assisted Solid Snake during the Shadow Moses Incident, Olga utilized a powered exoskeleton to assume the role of the Ninja, though her body lacked the permanent cybernetic attachments that would have technically made her a cyborg. Olga had originally identified herself as "Deepthroat," until Raiden asked if she was Fox.

Around the same time that Raiden was trying to help Emma Emmerich cross over to Strut B, Olga encountered and fought against Solid Snake. However, she later relented on her desires of avenging her father after she learned the truth from Snake about how her father was killed, as well as his involvement in getting her off the doomed tanker. They later decided to team up to help stop Arsenal Gear. However, in order to do that, Snake and Olga (in her Cyborg Ninja disguise) had to feign betrayal to Raiden and "capture and deliver" him to the Sons of Liberty in order to lessen security onboard Arsenal Gear.

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Olga disguised as the Ninja.

After Raiden was held aboard Arsenal Gear, Olga revealed herself to him, setting him free, and telling him of the S3 Plan, as well as hinting at Rosemary's stance as a Patriot agent involved in the S3 Plan.[6] Olga then left to free Raiden's electronic restraints remotely, after which he eventually met with Solid Snake to retrieve his gear. Olga also provided Raiden with her high frequency blade, through Snake, which she had used as the Ninja. Raiden, with the help of Snake, escaped and was confronted by Solidus. At this point, Olga revealed her true identity to all, including Solidus, determined to help Raiden, since his death would mean the murder of her child by the Patriots. Furious by Olga's double cross (which she herself despised, as most of the unit that she was forced by the Patriots to kill just to keep Raiden and ultimately, her child alive were not only friends, but family members as well), Solidus easily overpowered Olga with his powered suit's tentacles and readied his FN P90. Knowing that her end was imminent, Olga pleaded with Raiden that he must live for her child's sake before Solidus killed her with a shot to the head.


Olga's daughter Sunny was eventually rescued from the Patriots by Raiden, and placed in the care of Solid Snake and Hal Emmerich. Sunny possessed a photograph of her mother in her home on board the Nomad, fixed on the wall behind the stove. In addition, after the Patriots' AI network was shut down by FOXALIVE, Otacon speculated that a possible reason Sunny chose the method of shutting down the AI network was as her way of avenging Olga.[7]

Physical appearanceEdit

Olga, despite being female, dressed in a more masculine fashion, and overall had a more masculine build, to the extent that Snake referred to her as a tomboy shortly after she was defeated. In addition, she also didn't shave her armpits, and she possessed a long, thin scar across her face. She also bore an uncanny resemblance to Meryl, with Johnny Sasaki, Otacon, and even Snake briefly noting this.

Personality and traitsEdit

Similar to her physical appearances, her personality was generally masculine as well. She also held some misandrist views, as evidenced by her taunt to Snake that "you men [were] all the same" when held up by him. She was also very loyal to her father, wishing to stay and fight and unwilling to simply leave the tanker despite being ordered to leave. She also initially intended to avenge her father when she believed Snake was responsible for her father's death. She also loved her daughter, as she was willing to do anything to protect her, which ultimately resulted in her betraying her comrades and her death due to the Patriots' machinations. She also was driven to fight on the battlefield, largely due to her allegedly being brought up on it, and even claiming that her parents were "conflict and victory."

Unconfirmed historyEdit

The following information has been detailed in official Konami-licensed media, which were written by various external authors. Therefore, its status in the Metal Gear canon is unconfirmed.[?]

During the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, Olga's father took her there while he fought the Mujahideen. During the war, she learned a wide range of military and survival skills.[8]

Behind the scenesEdit

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of LibertyEdit


Olga's concept art.

Olga Gurlukovich (オルガ・ゴルルコビッチ Oruga Gorurukobitchi?) and Meryl Silverburgh share the same Japanese voice actress, Kyoko Terase. Their visual similarity is commented on by both Solid Snake and Johnny Sasaki in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, (the latter can be overheard with the directional microphone, when the player is supposed to be listening in on Ocelot and Solidus' conversation). Additionally, Meryl's in-game character model in Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance is, aside from hair, clothing and facial scarring, identical to Olga's. Meryl's grunt sounds in Substance's Snake Tales are also the same as Olga's.

During the battle with Olga, the player has to utilize the M9 to defeat her, making her the only boss in the game where a non-lethal kill is required. In reality, given her pregnant status during the events of the Tanker Chapter, the tranquilizers would have had adverse effects on her developing child.

Defeating Olga in the HD Collection version will unlock the achievement/trophy "Light's Out," a figure of speech referring to knocking someone out, as well as the fact that a spotlight can be destroyed to defeat her, on difficulty settings below Extreme. In addition, befriending Olga in the same version will unlock the achievement/trophy "Sharing Is Caring."

Following Snake's duel with Olga on the tanker:

  • Snake tells Otacon in a Codec conversation that Olga looks like a "little angel" while she is unconscious. He also will inform Otacon that he has "had enough of tomboys" when Otacon mentioned that a kiss won't wake her up (referring to Sleeping Beauty).
  • Otacon will call Snake a "monster" if the player shoots her while she is unconscious.
  • Olga's body will disappear after the player leaves the area for a while.
  • The player can upload a photo of Olga onto the computer terminal in the holds, causing Otacon to comment on it.

Olga as Mr. X.

When Olga, as Mr. X, meets Raiden after his battle with Fatman, she states that she is "neither enemy nor friend." This is first said by Gray Fox to Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid, and later by Drebin to Snake in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.

According to the script for Metal Gear Solid 2, the reason why President Johnson grabbed Raiden's crotch upon first meeting him was because he mistook him for Olga, who he assumed had been sent by the Patriots to kill him. Also, in the script, Olga, when wearing her ninja disguise and giving Raiden Card Key 2, was originally supposed to describe the PAN card's functions in Donald Anderson's voice, echoing what he stated to Solid Snake when he gave him the first PAN card.[9] This ultimately was not included in the final version.

Olga's last name should actually be the feminine "Gurlukova," because last names in Russian have masculine and feminine forms.

Other appearancesEdit

In Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Plus, the jacketless variety of female Soviet soldiers resemble Olga in terms of attire.

Olga and EVA's clothing can be used as costumes in Rumble Roses XX.[10]

Olga is currently the only Cyborg Ninja whose outfit is not included as a DLC skin, for use by Raiden in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. Her regular attire, however, is visually referenced by Sunny's appearance in the game, who wears the same outfit that Olga wore during the Tanker Chapter.

Olga later appeared in Versus Battle. Coincidentially, considering her costume status in Rumble Roses XX alongside EVA, EVA acted as her opponent.

Beautiful Russian Mercenary Ninja
Held Hostage by Kidnapped Daughter
Blackmailed by the Patriots who held her kidnapped daughter Sunny, Olga fought Solid Snake using a Cyborg Ninja exoskeleton disguise
―Olga's bio on Versus Battle



See alsoEdit

Notes & referencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (2001).
    Olga's dog tag reveals her D.O.B. and blood type.
  2. ^ METAL GEAR SOLID 2: SONS OF LIBERTY. Konami Digital Entertainment. Retrieved on 2011-04-05.
  3. ^ Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (2001).
    The scar is barely visible in the original game, but can be seen more easily in Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection.
  4. ^ Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (script), Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (2001).
    Snake: Freeze! // Snake takes aim with the Beretta and moves towards Olga. (He is unwilling to shoot because of the resemblance to Meryl and the desire to know her identity.)
  5. ^ Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (script), Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (2001).
    Snake walks up to Olga and acquires the USP pistol lying by her side. There is no ammo left. Snake raises his eyebrows at the fact that Olga’s preferred sidearm is an American gun.
  6. ^ Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (script), Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (2001)
    Raiden: So you did it all for your child. But why would the Patriots want to help me? Are they hoping I’ll take Solidus out? // Olga: No. You’re just like me... we’re just pawns... // Raiden: Pawns for what purpose? // Olga: The S3 plan... // Raiden: ? // Olga: You’ll figure it out sooner or later -- but I wonder if you’ll handle the truth? // (She’s talking about Rose)
  7. ^ Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, Kojima Productions (2008)
    Otacon: Sunny's program destroyed JD's brain, but left the brain stem intact. She analyzed Naomi's black box and separated the Patriots' control system from the vital lifelines of society. Water... Air... Electricity... Food... Medicine, communication, transportation... She cut off the Patriots' control while preserving modern civilization. Maybe it was her way of avenging Olga... Her mother.
  8. ^ Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty Official Comic Book, IDW Publishing (2006).
  9. ^ Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (script), Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (2001).
    Ninja (Olga): This security card will unlock all level 2 security doors, including the one into the core. // The Ninja’s voice changes to that of the DARPA chief in the previous title. // Ninja (DARPA chief): It’s called a PAN card. It works together with your body’s own electronic field.
  10. ^

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