In terms of social media, Soldier is active on Instagram and Twitter, in addition to his YouTube channel. His Instagram handle is @soldier.kidd, and he has 447k followers. Soldier, meanwhile, joined Twitter in July 2017 and currently has 2,009 followers on his @soldier kidd account.
Reflecting upon his social media presence, Soldier is active on Instagram and Twitter besides his Youtube channel. His Instagram account is @soldier.kidd and has 447k followers on it.
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Ambiguously Bi: Is clearly attracted to Jules, but just can't stop commenting about how attractive Nate is.\"He is handsome. He is sexy.\" Big Brother Mentor: Acts like this to Amara, especially after Mako dies. Contrasting Sequel Main Character: To Raleigh Becket. Raleigh was said to be someone unexpected to be a Jaeger pilot, while Jake is not only one of its first pilots but also the son of one of the PPDC's top pilots and eventual leader. But after they left the PPDC, Raleigh returned when Stacker came to recruit him while Jake was forcefully recruited back after one too many troubles with the law. Also, Raleigh managed to finish his fight with Knifehead and dragged Gipsy Danger back to land solo while Jake could barely make Gipsy Avenger stand. Also to his father, Stacker. Jake was kicked out of the PPDC, while Stacker stayed as the Marshall until his last sortie in Striker. Jake is notorious for being a troublemaker, while Stacker is the epitome of a stern soldier. And like above, Jake could barely make the Jaeger move two steps when he was trying to fly solo while Stacker managed to take on Onibaba for over three hours solo and win. I Am Not My Father: Emphatically declares this at the beginning of Uprising, disavowing Stacker's heroic reputation and making a name for himself as a smuggler. Later gets a Meaningful Echo. The Leader: He takes over as the field commander during the final battle of Uprising. Like Brother and Sister: Initially he and Amara were antagonistic towards each other before gradually thawing. By the end of the film they're teasing and ribbing each other. Like Father, Like Son: He's capable of giving one hell of a pep talk, just like his old man. Military Brat: Deconstructed; his father was one of the greatest heroes of the Kaiju War, and Jake felt the constant pressure to live up to his example - eventually leading to his trying to pilot a Jaeger solo (as Stacker had). After this went terribly wrong, Jake recounts his father kicked him off the program personally, leading to him disappearing for years. Oh, Crap!: When Obsidian Fury turns out to have two arms-mounted chainsaw blades against Gipsy Avenger's one. Remember the New Guy: Stacker's biological family went unmentioned in the first film, and Tales from the Drift only mentions his dead sister and father. His son is the protagonist of the second. Considering the circumstances for his leaving the Jaeger program, Stacker had good reason not to mention him. Sweet Tooth: He's a fan of Captain Crunch, Oreos, and ice cream sundaes. Troll: His only condition for co-piloting Gipsy with Nate - as Mako wants him with her for the Sydney ceremony - is that he be there to witness Nate's (likely horrified) reaction when Mako tells him. When Nate tries to talk with him in the kitchen, he sprays more whipped cream on his ice cream sundae, resulting in a very high tower of whipped cream and a very annoyed Nate. The Unfavorite: Stacker personally kicked him out of the Jaeger program after a truly epic screw-up trying to solo-pilot a Jaeger. No wonder he went off the rails. A bit of Fridge Brilliance in hindsight - no wonder his existence was never even hinted at in the first one... Vitriolic Best Buds: With both Amara and Nate initially, though by the film's end the vitriolic part has disappeared. \"Well Done, Son\" Guy: He joined the Jaeger program to be close to his father, maybe even drift with him eventually. Did not turn out so well. 59ce067264