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General Donald "Devil Rebirth" Morden is the leader of the Rebel Army and the main antagonist of the Metal Slug series of video games.
He is a former Vice Admiral in the Regular Army Marine Corps. In this time, he has a reputation of being a kind, tough, clever, helpful, efficient, productive, sympathetic, charitable, unselfish, generous, optimistic, talkative, friendly, assured, caring, happy, and glad officer of the Regular Army, and is held in high regard by his troops. He is also a compassionate father to his son. However, Morden immediately defects over to the Rebellion when his son is killed in the Central Park bombing caused by an intelligence failure on the part of the Regular Army. He self-promoted to a General.
As he goes insane, he decides to take revenge on the Regular Army. He then creates the Rebel Army with dissidents of the Regular Army, and starts to build up power to launch a full-scale attack. After a succession of battles, the Rebel Army outnumber the Regular Army, and earn various victories over them. The regular army then decides to start the production of new weapons and vehicles to turn out the table. After various test the SV-001, nicknamed Metal Slug, is finally put under mass production. However, the production of the tanks is discovered by the Rebels, so they launch a attack to destroy the factories where the SV-001 was being produced and seize the already built ones.
Morden was a good person in the past, but as his son dies he becomes insane and villanous. He wants his revenge at all costs, even making an alliance with an alien race to achieve his goals. However, he retained some of his reason, as when things go out of control and the aliens betray him, he calls his troops to help defeat the alien invaders.
Despite being from the Canada, Donald Morden's design in appearance is based on Saddam Hussein .