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- "They said you got kicked out of SRPA. Me too."
- ―Mick Cutler
Mick was formerly a member of S.R.P.A. before circumstances led him to be incarcerated in Graterford Prison. After the Chimera had overrun the United States, Mick and the other prisoners were freed when their guards completely abandoned the prison. Mick quickly took charge of the prisoners and dubbed themselves as the "Wardens," and decided to stay at the prison, use it as a fortress to protect themselves, and stay hidden from the Chimera. He ruled his fellow inmates with fear and absolute barbarity, in which he carefully outrooted and brutally disposed anyone opposing his leadership. Mick furthermore led raiding parties in attacking other human survivors and capturing them to be used in their own gladiatorial arena for entertainment, or possibly cannibalizing them given the low amount of food that is kept in the prison and the appearance of a dead human body that can be found in the kitchen of the prison cafeteria.
Mick is a sadistic and narcissistic murderer who shows no concern for others. He is very brutal towards others, as well as his own faction members. This is shown when he threatened to kill any Wardens that attempted to flee from the motorpool when the Chimera attacked it.
He also appears to be very intelligent, as he was able to lure Capelli and Herbert into a trap when they attempted to sabotage the prison drones. Mick also seems to be able to detect treachery, as in the case of Dick and Herbert.
By 1957, he and the Wardens began exploring beyond their stronghold (possibly to find more victims or resources) while exploring Mt. Pleasant, they chased another survivor, after Mick killed him by stabbing him with a machette, they noticed Joseph Capelli and Dr. Malikov passing by on a train. After attempting to board the train, they were attacked by a huge pack of Widowmakers. Once the train was derailed, Mick brutally attacked Malikov, killing him, despite a trapped Capelli begging him not to. He then took Joseph back to Graterford. There he forced Capelli into a gladiator arena, after which he had Capelli placed into a cell. Unaware to Mick, however, was that his lackey, Herbert, had released him, along with giving him a Mutator. Once discovering this, he ordered all Wardens to attack Capelli and Herbert before they could disable all of the security drones and alerting the Chimera to their presence. This failed as the Chimera had discovered their stronghold and attacked. During the chaos, he hid the last drone in the arena. When Capelli attempted to disable it, he engaged Capelli in a brutal fist fight. Capelli eventually gained the upper hand and shot Mick in the head with his own Magnum, then used the secondary fire, causing his head to explode.
|“|| The leader of the Wardens. Standing roughly seven feet tall and weighing over 300
pounds, this narcissistic, sadistic convicted murderer represents the worst of
- "You ready to have some fun, boy?"
- ―Mick Cutler talking to Joseph Capelli, after having killed Fyodor Malikov.
- Cutler can be a playable multiplayer skin by buying the Brutality DLC Pack. Ironically, he is in the human side as the only human antagonist.
- Mick Cutler, along with Richard Gorrell, are the only human antagonists in the Resistance series
- Mick bears a resemblance in personality and appearance to The Governor from the Walking Dead, as both are ruthless leaders of enemy gangs to the protagonist as well as both of them are blind in one eye.
- Mick Cutler also bears a resemblance to David from The Last of Us, as both are leaders of enemy factions and both they're weapons of choice are a machete and a revolver.
- It is never known why Cutler killed Malikov despite that the latter was important to shut down the New York tower. However, it is one or more of three possibilities, he and Malikov knew each other and Malikov was responsible for Cutler's discharge and imprisonment and that Cutler wanted revenge, he knew if the Chimera were stopped, the people in charge of the prison (if any were still alive) would arrive take back control from him and the other wardens, or he was just plain crazy.