History Characters / DreamfallTheLongestJourney

19th Apr '17 11:28:53 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* NotHimself: [[spoiler:Zoë notices that something is off about him when she meets him in ''Chapters'', pointing out that he is acting suspiciously robotic all of a sudden.]]
26th Jan '17 1:00:38 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* SmugSnake: Peats is a perverted coward who is completely helpless without his technology.

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* SmugSnake: Peats is a perverted coward who is completely helpless without his technology.
technology. [[spoiler:In the end, Samantha Gilmore exploits this weakness in order to kill him and usurp his control over [=WATICorp=]]].
29th Aug '16 10:07:28 AM DoKnowButchie
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* {{Deuteragonist}}: More accurately a tritagonist to Zoë and April, though in Dreamfall he's now secondary.
29th Aug '16 10:06:15 AM DoKnowButchie
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* RavenHairIvorySkin: Has very pretty, big brown eyes, long black hair and pale skin. It's especially noticeable when Zoe is in the Winter, as her skin is a lot paler there than when she is in Stark or Arcadia.
28th Aug '16 3:42:31 PM DoKnowButchie
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: While official sources have been far from consistent on this regard, Zoë is generally a lighter-skinned example of the trope. With ''Dreamfall Chapters'', Ragnar Tørnquist revealed that she is specifically a quarter Chinese, [[http://redthreadgames.com/forum/topic/3178-some-issues-with-chapters--portrayal-of-east-asians-and-villains/?p=132302 "mixed with Argentinian, Indian and English blood."]]



* BaldWomen: The promo for Chapter 5 of ''Chapters'' has Zoe with a very closely shaven head. In the story, we see it's because [[spoiler: she's been in a coma in a lab.]]

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* BaldWomen: The promo for Chapter 5 of ''Chapters'' has Zoe with a very closely shaven head. In the story, we see it's because Book 5, due to [[spoiler: she's been in being part of a coma in a lab.continuing experiment by Jiva.]]



* {{Deuteragonist}}: To April in the series overall, though the primary protagonist in her own games.



* MissingMom: Her mother has been dead for a long time. [[spoiler: She's wrong, it's actually Helena Chang. She learns this in ''Chapters''.]]

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* MissingMom: Her mother has been dead for a long time. [[spoiler: She's wrong, it's actually MissingMom:[[spoiler: Helena Chang. She learns this in ''Chapters''.Chang.]]
10th Aug '16 7:31:45 AM lrrose
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* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:Helena seeks to recreate the world so she can create a utopia.]]
6th Jul '16 1:31:03 PM lrrose
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* AstralProjection: She has the power to project herself into other realms while dreaming. Unlike normal uses of this trope, Zoë's projected self is every bit as real as she is, able to interact with the world around her and be perceived by those around her. [[spoiler:In Book Three of ''Chapters'', her use of a Dreamer in an attempt to regain her memories causes her to shift completely into Arcadia, rather than merely projecting as she had before, though the end of Book Four suggests she was actually dreaming in both worlds, while her real self slept elsewhere. In Book 5, we learn she's been doing it for the entirety of Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, and Chapters both.]]

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* AstralProjection: She has the power to project herself into other realms while dreaming. Unlike normal uses of this trope, Zoë's projected self is every bit as real as she is, able to interact with the world around her and be perceived by those around her. [[spoiler:In Book Three of ''Chapters'', Zoë is eventually revealed to have never woken up from her use of a Dreamer in an attempt to regain coma. Until she wakes up, you are playing as her memories causes her to shift completely into Arcadia, rather than merely projecting as projection regardless of whether she had before, though the end of Book Four suggests she was actually dreaming is in both worlds, while her real self slept elsewhere. In Book 5, we learn she's been doing it for the entirety of Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, and Chapters both.Stark or Arcadia.]]
6th Jul '16 9:40:15 AM lrrose
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!!Faith
->'''Voiced by:''' Georgia Pearce

A mysterious girl that keeps appearing before Zoë to ask her to save April Ryan.

* ArtificialHuman: [[spoiler:''Chapters'' reveals that Helena Chang created Faith in a lab in an attempt to create a Dreamer.]]
* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Her appearance is based off the trope maker Sadako from ''Literature/TheRing''.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: [[spoiler:Faith's attempts to preserve herself in the Wire after her physical death created the Static that is disabling vital technology on Stark, killing many. Faith has no idea that she's doing this.]]
* VirtualGhost: [[spoiler:WATI's experiments killed Faith a few months before ''Dreamfall'' begins. The Faith that talks to Zoë is a copy of herself she somehow created on the Wire.]]

5th Jul '16 5:44:59 AM lrrose
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!!Wonkers
-> '''Voiced by:''' Jack Angel (''Dreamfall: The Longest Journey''), Tim Bentinck (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

Zoë's Watilla, a toy bot. She has owned Wonkers since she was four.

* BackForTheFinale: After spending most of ''Chapters'' powered down in Zoë's apartment, Wonkers finally returns in Book 5 [[spoiler:as part of Zoë's self-inflicted LotusEaterMachine. The real deal shows up in Zoë's epilogue.]]
* NiceGuy: Wonkers is incredibly kind.
4th Jul '16 6:19:29 PM lrrose
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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Averted in ''Chapters''. In Book 3, [[spoiler:she has a large and very visible skin graft after getting severely burned in an explosion.]]



!!Olivia [=DeMarco=]
->'''Voiced by:''' Mary Healy

Zoë best friend. Liv is a hacker who owns and operates Alien the Cat, a technology store in Casablanca.

* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:It's implied that she was killed because she learned too much about WATI's plans.]]
* MakeItLookLikeAnAccident: [[spoiler:Zoë is told that Liv died in an accident while Zoë was comatose. Zoë doesn't buy it.]]
* TheSmartGuy: The solution to many puzzles involves Zoë calling Liv so her technical expertise can help.
* SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome: [[spoiler:She died in an alleged accident sometime before ''Chapters'']]

!!Damien Cavanaugh
->'''Voiced by:''' Victor Burke

A WATI programmer that Reza contacted.

* DefectorFromDecadence: When Damien realized what WATI was up to, he readily agreed to leak information to Reza.
* NeverSuicide: [[spoiler:Officially, Damien killed himself to atone for trying to conquer the world with Dreamers. It's pretty clear that Damien was murdered by WATI so he could act as a fall guy.]]
* TheScapegoat: [[spoiler:WATI pinned the blame for their Dreamer mind control scheme on him.]]
* TemporaryLoveInterest: He and Zoë have feelings for one another, but [[spoiler:Damien is killed]] before anything comes of it. By ''Chapters'', Zoë is back with Reza.



* BigBadDuumvirate: Along with [[spoiler: Helena Chang]] in ''Chapters''.

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* BigBadDuumvirate: Along with [[spoiler: Helena Chang]] in ''Chapters''.BigBad: He's the main villain of the ''Dreamfall'' arc.



* DramaticUnmasking: In Book 5 of Chapters, we learn he is really [[spoiler: Brian Westhouse]]
* [[spoiler: DemonicPossession: Is possessed by the Undreaming]]

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* DramaticUnmasking: DramaticUnmask: In Book 5 of Chapters, we learn he is really [[spoiler: Brian Westhouse]]
* [[spoiler: DemonicPossession: Is [[spoiler:Is possessed by the Undreaming]]



* KarmaHoudini: In ''Dreamfall''.

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* KarmaHoudini: In He gets away with everything in ''Dreamfall''. [[spoiler:He finally gets his comeuppance in ''Chapters'']]



* [[spoiler: MoreThanMindControl: Even when The Undreaming is not inside of him, he willingly goes along with its influences]]

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* [[spoiler: MalevolentMaskedMan: He adds a mask to his costume in ''Chapters''.
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MoreThanMindControl: Even [[spoiler:Even when The Undreaming is not inside of him, he willingly goes along with its influences]]



* WalkingSpoiler
* [[spoiler: WellIntentionedExtremist: He does just want to go home and prevent Chaos.]] '
* [[spoiler: WhatHappenedToTheMouse: His ultimate fate is never explained in ''Chapters'']]

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* WalkingSpoiler
* [[spoiler:
WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: He does just want to go home and prevent Chaos.]] '
* [[spoiler: WhatHappenedToTheMouse: His [[spoiler:His ultimate fate is never explained in ''Chapters'']]



* CharacterDeath: [[spoiler: Hinted at in Dreamfall and confirmed in Book 5 of Chapters, she is stabbed with a sacred spear by Brian Westhouse.]]
* GodInHumanForm

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* CharacterDeath: [[spoiler: Hinted at in Dreamfall and confirmed in Book 5 GodInHumanForm: As a Draic Kin, the White Kin is practically a god. She takes the form of Chapters, she is stabbed with a sacred spear by Brian Westhouse.]]
* GodInHumanForm
human to hide.



* AristocratsAreEvil: Part of his antipathy towards Kian seems to be based around his low birth.



* HeroKiller: [[spoiler: Offs General Hami.]]

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* EvilCounterpart: Vamon and Kian both grew up on the streets of Sadir. The difference is that while Kian is a moral man who puts his skills acquired on the streets to good use, Vamon uses his skills to abuse his powers.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler: Offs [[spoiler:He has his men kill both April Ryan and General Hami.]]



* [[spoiler: DisneyVillainDeath]]
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler: After all she's done, her death was much deserved.]]

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* [[spoiler: DisneyVillainDeath]]
DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Vamon pushes her off the Tower's balcony.]]
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After all she's done, her death was much deserved.]]



* TheAntiGod: [[spoiler:Is this to Lux. Its true form even resembles Lux, albeit as a Lux made of darkness rather than light.]]
* BiggerBad

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* TheAntiGod: [[spoiler:Is this the counterpart to Lux. Its true form even resembles Lux, albeit as a Lux made of darkness rather than light.]]
* BiggerBad
]]



* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: He possessed Brian Westhouse when the man entered the Storytime.]]

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* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:It possessed Brian Westhouse when the man entered the Storytime.]]



* EvilCounterpart: To [[spoiler: Lux.]]
* [[spoiler: LiteralSplitPersonality]]

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* EvilCounterpart: To [[spoiler: Lux.]]
* [[spoiler: LiteralSplitPersonality]]
Lux creates the Dream that is reality, while the Undreaming seeks to end the Dream.]]
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