Affiliations: 3rd Street Saints
Vehicles: Voyage, Torch
Occupation(s): Drug trafficker (Saints Row 2)
TV host/Reality TV Star (Saints Row: The Third)
Director of the Secret Service (Saints Row IV)
"Johnny was with the Saints longer than anybody; he was more than a friend - he was family."
Shaundi becomes a member of the Saints after The Protagonist impresses her with some stunt jumps. She is later made a lieutenant and put in charge of gathering information on the Sons of Samedi, a job she is initially reluctant to undertake.
Shaundi was once a student at Stilwater University, during which she visited Steelport while on spring break. She had relations with countless men, and frequently mentions "one of my exes" as her source of information. She also served a brief stint in prison, where she met Laura (this is sometime after the first Saints Row, because Laura was a free woman at the time).
Years after the Saints conquered Stilwater, the former hippy has become more focused, both on the Saints and her celebrity status. In line with the expansion of the Saints' brand, she now has her own TV dating show and a new look that's distinctly more professional than her previous bohemian style.
Her main obsession after arriving in Steelport is destroying The Syndicate, the loss of Johnny Gat having affected her deeply. As the Saints settle into Steelport, Shaundi becomes angry with how long it is taking to find and kill Phillipe Loren, threatening Pierce when he throws a party shortly after Johnny's death, amazed at the other Saints' seeming lack of compassion.
As of SR3 she wears purple skin tight pants that drop down slightly in the front. She also wears a tight purple shirt that exposes her stomach and lower back. She has a leather jacket and tattoos around her waist.
Shaundi: "This gang sh*t got you stressed out, you need to relax."
The Protagonist: "By playing Skee Ball?"
Shaundi: "Oh yeah."
The Protagonist: "You know, most people would just go smoke pot."
Shaundi: "Yeah, and then they play Skee Ball."
Put in your tampons and lets do this. (Comment)