Having a crush on minor henchwomen, they, not the main characters, are often the persons to empathize with for me. So it's important that they are distinguishable. There should be old and young, big and small, beautiful and ugly, elegant and sloppy, etc., Zakos. And they should have names, different personalities (from extremely nice to being a complete prick), skills, flaws and quirks. I don't see them as some sort of clones. Like anyone else, they were born, grew up and lived their life until the fateful day when we (and the heroes) see them the first time. And they plan to continue to live their life. I hate it when they sacrifice theirselves. They are selfish bad girls. For example, in "Geheimcode Death-Force" a bunch of bikini clad henchgirls gets mowed down: But earlier on, we see them work on computers: The way I see them, they are no stupid cannon fodder. They may be their parents' pride and joy, straight "A" students in areas were women haven't been seen too often back then. And they work for the evil mastermind's project because he paid their student loans, it's a challenging job and they draw a fine salary. Nonetheless they know what they are doing and for whom they voluntarily work. Unfortunately, they only had rudimentary combat training. What a waste! How do you see the Zakos? Where do they come from and what drives them?