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Saints Flow is an energy drink in Saints Row: The Third.

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For the Mission, see The Saints Flow

There's a Saint in all of us.
— Slogan

Saints Flow billboard in the Saints Row: The Third Power CG trailer


The Saints Flow energy drink first appears in the Saints Row: The Third Power CG trailer.[1] The 3rd Street Saints started manufacturing the drink sometime after retaking Stilwater[2] and before the events of Saints Row: The Third.

In the Saints Row: The Third Syndication trailer, Playa chases after a civilian dressed up as a Saints Flow energy drink can.[3]


Mascots dressed up as Saints Flow energy drink cans take part in Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax and sometimes outside of Planet Saints. It is also possible to have Saints Flow mascots as gang followers via Gang Customization, as part of the mascot style which is unlocked after completing Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax. Saints Flow mascots are located in odd or out of the way places, such as the little islands in sunset park, inside shipping contains that previously contained hidden collectibles, under overpasses in Loren Square's red light district, and occasionally they spawn outside Saint Strongholds such as Safeword and 3 Count casino.

They sometimes become excited if they see Playa and approach, such as Johnny Gat Mascots, and 3rd Street Saints' fans. Civilian Saints Flow Mascots often use RPGs.

Because they are one of the most common of the various kinds of mascots, they make excellent targets for racking up Mascot Kills for the Mascots Killed challenge. A Saints Flow Mascot is pictured for the Mascots Killed challenge.[screenshot?]

In Saints Row IV, they appear as civilians, gang followers, and enemies. There is also a giant Saints Flow Mascot named Paul. They are also featured in the mission entitled The Saints Flow, which takes place in Pierce's Simulation in which Playa must rescue Pierce from Paul and his army of Saints Flow Mascots. Playa uses the animated Statue of Joe Steel on Magarac Island to fight and kill Paul. In a cutscene, Playa also drinks a Saints Flow provided by CID before entering Pierce's simulation. In Gat Time, Fun Time, both Playa and Gat refer to Saints Flow when talking about Pierce. Gat talks about Pierce unsuccessful attempt to breed cats with purple fur by pouring Saints Flow on them and Playa states that Pierce has drank so much Saints Flow he can't feel anything. If talked to on The Ship, Pierce mentions having a craving for a Saints Flow and wonders if the Zin have any of it stored away somewhere. In a conversion between Asha Odekar and Pierce, Asha states she would rather relive a mission where she was near starvation and forced to fend for herself, than drink a Saints Flow, to which Pierce responded by asking if she tried the grape flavored Saints Flow.

The Trouble With Clones[]

Saints Flow plays a role in The Trouble With Clones mission, "Send in the Clones". After being attacked by Johnny Tag, upon reaching Jimmy Torbitson's house in Espina, Jimmy revives Playa with a can of irradiated Saints' Flow that Jimmy created with his particle accelerator, which gives Playa superhuman powers.

During this mission, Playa is granted several abilities, and weapons. These are only enabled for the duration of the mission, but the mission is replayable.

After defeating the initial forces on the bridge while protecting Johnny, the "effects" of the Saints Flow "wear off" and the special abilities and weapons are removed. After this, Playa enters a helicopter and must use a rocket launcher to take out the reinforcements of armored vehicles, tanks, snipers and helicopters.

There is no "Saints Flow power-up" to pick up, it is simply a narrative device used in a cutscene.


The super speed effect

Super Sprint
Allows sprinting faster than normal, faster than most vehicles, and generate a purple/pinkish aura of energy while sprinting, similar to the bluish aura produced by Decker specialist. While Super Sprinting, Playa can push vehicles out of the way by Sprinting into them.
Playa becomes invincible while under the effects of Saints Flow, but can still be meleed to death.
One of the side-effects of the irradiated Saints Flow Playa discovers is the ability to read people's thoughts. Jimmy was unaware of this ability, and unlike the other abilities, Playa cannot control it. It is accidentally discovered by Playa when he hears Jimmy's inner monologue while traveling to Tag's location and tells him to stop. Playa dislikes it, especially after seeing something they find disturbing inside Jimmy's mind, and tells Jimmy to contact them by cellphone.

Saints Pow[]

Saints Pow DLC










Featured in

Send in the Clones

AKA Saints Flow Fist

Saints Pow is a Melee weapon which gives Playa superhuman strength, making Playa strong enough to kill a Brute with melee attack alone, which enhances melee attacks, causing enemies to explode into a bloody mess when hit. Also hit an enemy produces a superhero-ish biff-bam-pow style word balloons. It also gives Playa the ability to knock away vehicles with melee attacks. This weapon has the same statistics as the Apoca-Fist.

The Saints Pow effects

Quarter-Circle Punch[]

DLC Quarter-Circle Punch




Clip size








Featured in

Send in the Clones

AKA Saints Flow Fireball

Quarter-Circle Punch is a Thrown weapon which gives Playa pyrokinetic ability to generate fireballs. This super power is similar to the fictional one gained by Pierce after drinking Saints Flow in the Saints Flow commercial and it inspired the Blast superpower in Saints Row IV.

An explosion effect


If cocaine and coffee fucked in an alley, this would be the baby they left in the trash can.
— In-game Radio advertisement

Don't be a pussy
— In-game Radio advertisement[reference?]

Saints Flow's good, but Saints Flow with vodka, better.
— Playa Male Voice 2

I bet Monica Hughes ain't drinking Saints Flow.
— Playa Male Voice 2

The last time I had a Saints Flow I woke up on a sidewalk covered in blood... and it wasn't mine.
— Playa Female Voice 1

I hope no one ever learns what's really in Saints Flow.
— Playa Female Hispanic Voice.

I really don't think Saints Flow tastes bad.
— Playa Male Voice 3


  • In Saints Row IV, despite Playa telling Johnny Gat that Zinyak made The Simulation Saints-free, Saints Flow mascots still spawn normally.
  • Johnny Gat's signature is on the Saints Flow billboard.[4]
  • The name is a play on "Saints Row".
  • Real bottles of Saints Flow were at GAMEfest 2011.[5]
  • The Saints Row website states that Saints Flow is rumored to cause birth defects in full grown adults.[6]
  • It tastes like Very Berry/Red Bull,[7] though Johnny Gat refers to it as an "...ass-tasting energy drink..."[8]
  • The disclaimer in Pierce's Saints Flow commercial states that it is prohibited in California.[screenshot?] Since this is a Japanese commercial, there is no reason for this statement.
  • The Saints Flow that gives powers in The Trouble With Clones was made by Jimmy using his particle accelerator and he had intended to use it himself.[9]
  • During the cutscene at the end of STAG Film, the scrolling news at the bottom of the screen reads "Saints Flow recalled after recent positive test for HGH".
  • The Quarter-Circle Punch is a reference to the Hadouken, a special move used by Ken and Ryu in the Street Fighter series.
  • In Saints Row IV, the Zin have their own energy drink called "Zin Attack" which parodies Saints Flow.[reference?]
  • On Saints Row IV's initial Player Customization screen, tiger milk is stated to be an ingredient in Saints Flow.
  • Paul's nutritional information states that one can of Saints Flow has 2000 Calories.[screenshot?]


  • A Saints Flow mascot appeared in a trailer showcasing explosive ammunition.[10]
  • When a Saints Flow Mascot is Mugged or used as a Human Shield they say things like "No respect for the Saints Brand?", "Wouldn't you be rather be having sex?", "I can get you laid.", and "I don't wanna get my balls shot off!"
  • Civilian Saints Flow Mascots occasionally carry Annihilator RPGs in Saints Row: The Third and RPG in Saints Row IV. This makes them a useful way to obtain an RPG in both Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV as they have many fixed spawning locations. They are the only civilians known to carry that kind of military grade firepower.
  • In Saints Row: The Third, Saints Flow mascots say "I'll Open up a Can of Whoopass!" when they are fighting.


Saints Flow billboard in the Saints Row The Third Power CG trailer

Saints Flow variants

Saints Flow can textures

Saints Flow machine textures

A Saints Flow energy drink mascot in the Syndication trailer

Playa knocks over and grinds on a Saints Flow energy drink mascot in the Syndication trailer

Saints Flow in ad during When Good Heists Go Bad

Ad in When Good Heists Go Bad

A real bottle of Saints Flow at GAMEfest

A real can of Saints Flow on Saints Row's Twitter page

Zin Attack can texture


  1. YouTube: Saints Row The Third Power CG Trailer
  2. Story: 3rd Street Saints#Retaking Stilwater
  3. YouTube: Saints Row: The Third - Syndication Trailer , retrieved 22nd July 2011
  4. Image:

    Saints Flow billboard in the Saints Row The Third Power CG trailer

  5. Twitter: @SaintsRow RT @GamingBrink: Check out ..., retrieved 16th September 2011
  6. Image:

    Saints Row Website > History > Modern Day Saints

  7. Destructoid: Live show: We're playing Saints Row: The Third live!
  8. Image:

    Mission: "I'm Free - Free Falling"

  9. Quote:
    While you were out, I gave you Saints Flow I irradiated with my homemade particle accelerator. I intended to drink it myself, but seeing as I owed you for all this trouble I figured you could use it.
    — Jimmy during The Trouble With Clones

  10. YouTube: Saints Row: The Third - Cherished Memories #1