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|Full Name||President Richard Independence|
|Current Age||Immortal, seems to be around 40|
|Date of Birth||Literally Unknown|
|Main Weapon(s)||Nukes, American Forces|
|Vulnerable To||Can be impeached or not elected within a four year interval|
|First Appearance||Fantendo - Genesis|
|Latest Appearance||Fantendo Now|
|The United States of America|
|Richard, President Independence, Dick|
Richard has grey hair and huge ears. He wears a blue gradient tie and has a pin resembling the American flag on his right. He has greenish blue eyes. He is Caucasian.
President Richard Independence lives and breathes America, usually offering anyone a handshake and a smile. He speaks with a lot of confidence and seems generally popular as a president, enough to be elected throughout America's entire history.
Powers and Abilities
President Independence is immortal for unexplained reasons, although he has been killed before. He regenerates days later in a new body and form but all of his memories intact.
Fantendo - Genesis
Appears in a post credit scene where he appoints Helen Rizzo to become the leader of F.A.N.T.
Fantendo - Gaiden: Legacy
President Independence appears as a recurring character due to his status as the leader of the council that funds F.A.N.T, suggesting Eric Sinn for the position of director following Rizzo's death at the hands of Gray Demon.
Appointed her to become the leader of F.A.N.T. They are on friendly terms and he seems to believe she is the right one for the job. Following her death, he seems saddened and attends her funeral.
Suggested him for the position of new director after Rizzo's death. Like Rizzo before him, the two seem to have a respectful and friendly relationship.
- The character's design was based somewhat off George Bush and Barack Obama, the two most recent presidents.