I'm going to smash your little skull under my boot!
— Dwayne threatens Michael Tapp[src]

Dwayne is a fictional character from the Saw franchise. He serves as a minor antagonist in Saw II: Flesh & Blood.


Early Life

Not much is known about Dwayne's past. However, one day he was arrested by Detective David Tapp and sent to prison for an unknown crime. After serving his sentence, he was released from jail. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)


Due to his crimes, he was eventually targeted by John Kramer, better known as the Jigsaw Killer. After his abduction, Dwayne was taken to an abandoned chemical plant. While he was unconscious, a cage-like device with spikes inside and outside was locked onto his head. Additionally, his hands were tied up behind his back. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)


When he woke up again, Dwayne realized that he had been kidnapped. Eventually, Michael Tapp, the son of Detective Tapp, made his way to the plant while facing one of Jigsaw's games on his own. Michael found himself in a storage hall, where a roller door blocked his path. When he opened it by pushing a button, he was attacked by Dwayne. Michael managed to evade his attacks as Dwayne repeatedly rushed towards him in an attempt to kill him with the spikes of his cage. By dodging his assaults, Michael caused Dwayne to run into another adjacent room with a second roller door. Afterward, he pushed the button once again, thereby closing the door and trapping Dwayne inside. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)


Dwayne enters the cage

Shortly afterward, Dwayne ended up in a different area of the plant and was locked up inside a cage connected to a track on the floor. Eventually, his cage was moved into a bigger cage, where he met Michael once more. Still furious because Michael outsmarted him during their last encounter, he immediately attacked him again once he was released. Meanwhile, Jigsaw spoke to them over the loudspeakers and told them that only one of them would survive this final fight. Just like before, Dwayne tried to kill Michael by aggressively rushing towards him to ram him with the device on his head. However, the cage walls surrounding them were divided into separate segments, which were energized by turns. Michael caused Dwayne to run into these walls by evading his attacks often enough until the latter was killed by an electric shock. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)


Dwayne was a brutal and violent individual, which became apparent during his encounters with Michael Tapp. Whenever facing him, Dwayne acted angry and aggressive and didn't hesitate to assault Michael. While trying to kill his opponent, he showed no signs of remorse for his actions and frequently attacked him despite the immense amount of pain he had to suffer on his own in the process. It's possible that he was driven by vengeance as Michael's father had previously arrested him.


  • Dwayne is one of the few victims in the series whose exact reason for being tested is unknown.

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