History Woobie / VideoGames

13th Nov '17 9:09:18 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Alyx Vance of ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 2}}'' has had it rough. When she was about three, aliens invaded Earth and killed her mother. She's spent all her life in the Resistance, fighting an Orwellian regime. In ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 2}}'', she has had her father captured, almost freed him only for a traitor to grab him, then get captured again when she tries to free him again. She is forced to reenter the Citadel to delay its impending explosion, had a train derail on her and dump her into a zombie-infested underground complex, then had to fight through a war-torn city to reach a train station. Then she is mortally wounded, revived and used to deliver a cryptic message to her father, then forced to watch him die horribly. Depending on events in Episode Three, that last one might have been a case of BreakTheCutie. And of course, she is clearly smitten with Gordon Freeman, who won't talk to her. [[HeroicMime Not that it's his fault, though]]. The fact that she can still function after all this is a wonder.

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* Alyx Vance of ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 2}}'' ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' has had it rough. When she was about three, aliens invaded Earth and killed her mother. She's spent all her life in the Resistance, fighting an Orwellian regime. In ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 2}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'', she has had her father captured, almost freed him only for a traitor to grab him, then get captured again when she tries to free him again. She is forced to reenter the Citadel to delay its impending explosion, had a train derail on her and dump her into a zombie-infested underground complex, then had to fight through a war-torn city to reach a train station. Then she is mortally wounded, revived and used to deliver a cryptic message to her father, then forced to watch him die horribly. Depending on events in Episode Three, that last one might have been a case of BreakTheCutie. And of course, she is clearly smitten with Gordon Freeman, who won't talk to her. [[HeroicMime Not that it's his fault, though]]. The fact that she can still function after all this is a wonder.
3rd Nov '17 8:32:39 PM DustSnitch
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* [[BadassPrincess Melia]] in ''[[VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}} Xenoblade Chronicles]]''. [[spoiler: Four of her trusted friends die trying to protect her, she becomes the target of an assassination plot made by her stepmother, her father is killed, and to top that all off, the majority of her people end up being transformed into mindless Telethia by the BigBad, including her half brother, who she is then forced to fight against.]] [[IronWoobie She takes all of it surprisingly well, though.]]

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* [[BadassPrincess Melia]] Melia in ''[[VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}} Xenoblade Chronicles]]''. [[spoiler: Four of her trusted friends die trying to protect her, she becomes the target of an assassination plot made by her stepmother, her father is killed, and to top that all off, the majority of her people end up being transformed into mindless Telethia by the BigBad, including her half brother, who she is then forced to fight against.]] [[IronWoobie She takes all of it surprisingly well, though.]]
30th Oct '17 9:58:44 AM Gamermaster
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* Marona of ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave''. Her parents are dead, she lives alone and [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer the whole town fears and hates her for her ability to summon ghosts]], even while hiring her to protect them from monsters. She [[{{Pollyanna}} maintains a sunny disposition]] in public, but when alone in her bedroom at night she cries her eyes out.

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* Marona of ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave''. Her parents are dead, she lives alone and [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer the whole town world fears and hates her for her ability to summon ghosts]], even while hiring her to protect them from monsters. She [[{{Pollyanna}} maintains a sunny disposition]] in public, but when alone in her bedroom at night she cries her eyes out.
28th Oct '17 2:24:48 PM GrammarNavi
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** Lucca is worth a mention too. She seems to be intended as the UnluckyChildhoodFriend to Crono (and various snippets of dialogue through the game hint that she really does have feelings for him), she is clearly more comfortable around technology than people, her mother [[spoiler: lost the use of her legs in a horrific accident while a young Lucca watched, powerless to intervene because of her (then) hatred of technology (and, if you screw up as a player, present-day-Lucca gets to relive the whole experience while being unable to save her a second time)]] and she watches the two party members she cares most about (Robo and Crono) beaten up [[spoiler: or worse...]] on a fairly regular basis. Oh yes, and while most of the other characters get a happy farewell in the canonical ending, Lucca spends it reduced to tears when she has to watch [[spoiler: her fellow Woobie and partymate Robo walk through the Gate, quite possibly to his death.]] Oh yeah, and in the [[ChronoCross sequel]] [[spoiler: she gets killed by Lynx and the orphanage she started is burned to the ground.]]
*** Speaking of ChronoCross, can we talk about Kid for a moment? Specifically, the famous "orphanage" scene that completely cemented her Woobification? [[spoiler: Kid, an orphan found and raised by Lucca, has to watch as Lynx and Harle murder her adoptive mother and set fire to her orphanage. She's rescued by a time-travelling Serge in the nick of time, and he has to half-drag her out of the burning orphanage by the hand.]] The two of them get to stare at the devastation for a few moments, with Kid (who is dressed in pajamas and [[spoiler: probably isn't more than five years old, by the look of her) crying over the loss of Lucca.]] She then turns to Serge and asks if he's going to leave her too. You can answer either way, but regardless, Serge kneels down to hug her, [[spoiler: only to disappear seconds later, leaving Kid confused, scared, and alone on the hilltop.]]

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** Lucca is worth a mention too. She seems to be intended as the UnluckyChildhoodFriend to Crono (and various snippets of dialogue through the game hint that she really does have feelings for him), she is clearly more comfortable around technology than people, her mother [[spoiler: lost the use of her legs in a horrific accident while a young Lucca watched, powerless to intervene because of her (then) hatred of technology (and, if you screw up as a player, present-day-Lucca gets to relive the whole experience while being unable to save her a second time)]] and she watches the two party members she cares most about (Robo and Crono) beaten up [[spoiler: or worse...]] on a fairly regular basis. Oh yes, and while most of the other characters get a happy farewell in the canonical ending, Lucca spends it reduced to tears when she has to watch [[spoiler: her fellow Woobie and partymate Robo walk through the Gate, quite possibly to his death.]] Oh yeah, and in the [[ChronoCross [[VideoGame/ChronoCross sequel]] [[spoiler: she gets killed by Lynx and the orphanage she started is burned to the ground.]]
*** Speaking of ChronoCross, ''VideoGame/ChronoCross'', can we talk about Kid for a moment? Specifically, the famous "orphanage" scene that completely cemented her Woobification? [[spoiler: Kid, an orphan found and raised by Lucca, has to watch as Lynx and Harle murder her adoptive mother and set fire to her orphanage. She's rescued by a time-travelling Serge in the nick of time, and he has to half-drag her out of the burning orphanage by the hand.]] The two of them get to stare at the devastation for a few moments, with Kid (who is dressed in pajamas and [[spoiler: probably isn't more than five years old, by the look of her) crying over the loss of Lucca.]] She then turns to Serge and asks if he's going to leave her too. You can answer either way, but regardless, Serge kneels down to hug her, [[spoiler: only to disappear seconds later, leaving Kid confused, scared, and alone on the hilltop.]]
2nd Oct '17 7:44:16 AM Otacon
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* The ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series heavily revolves around the theme of how there's nothing glorious about war and [[WarIsHell how it destroys everyone who gets involved]]. So it's no surprise that almost every single character has suffered unbelievable amounts of suffering and loss. But the one who probably gets it the worst is clearly Otacon, one of the few characters who isn't even a soldier. His father killed himself because Otacon [[ParentalIncest was seduced by his stepmother]]. ([[FridgeHorror That's statutory rape, boys and girls!]]) His dearly loved stepsister almost dies as well because of this, and he doesn't see her again for more than 10 years. When he finally finds two friends in Sniper Wolf and Solid Snake in ''Metal Gear Solid'', Snake fatally kills Wolf in battle and can only stand by and watch as she bleeds to death. In ''Metal Gear Solid 2'', he finally meets his stepsister again, but she [[spoiler: gets fatally stabbed just meters she before gets to him, and again dies slowly in his arms]]. In ''Metal Gear Solid 4'', he again falls in love with a woman, but [[spoiler: Naomi turns out to be terminally ill and kept alive only by the technology they try to destroy. To make things easier for everyone else later, she injects herself with a drug that will shut down the nanomachines in her body while talking to Otacon over video phone, and again slowly dies while he can only watch]]. Those are three of the four most saddest moments in the entire series, and the saddest moments of each game he appears in. And in the end, his [[HoYay very close best friend]] Snake [[spoiler: has only a few more months to live before he dies from unstoppable rapid aging.]] And he really doesn't take it well every time. ''Phantom Pain'' actually ups his Woobie qualities retroactively when it turned out that his father [[spoiler:wasn't at all sympathetic, nearly using him when he's 2 years old for a machine PoweredByAForsakenChild, in which his mother opposed and was killed with CruelAndUnusualDeath. Sure, Otacon probably wouldn't realize what's happening at that point, but not only it explains why he's estranged with his father, but it just makes him a lot more pitiful...]]

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* The ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series heavily revolves around the theme of how there's nothing glorious about war and [[WarIsHell how it destroys everyone who gets involved]]. So it's no surprise that almost every single character has suffered unbelievable amounts of suffering and loss. But the loss.
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one who probably gets it the worst is clearly Otacon, one of the few characters who isn't even a soldier. His father killed himself because Otacon [[ParentalIncest was seduced by his stepmother]]. ([[FridgeHorror That's statutory rape, boys and girls!]]) His dearly loved stepsister almost dies as well because of this, and he doesn't see her again for more than 10 years. When he finally finds two friends in Sniper Wolf and Solid Snake in ''Metal Gear Solid'', Snake fatally kills Wolf in battle and can only stand by and watch as she bleeds to death. In ''Metal Gear Solid 2'', he finally meets his stepsister again, but she [[spoiler: gets fatally stabbed just meters she before gets to him, and again dies slowly in his arms]]. In ''Metal Gear Solid 4'', he again falls in love with a woman, but [[spoiler: Naomi turns out to be terminally ill and kept alive only by the technology they try to destroy. To make things easier for everyone else later, she injects herself with a drug that will shut down the nanomachines in her body while talking to Otacon over video phone, and again slowly dies while he can only watch]]. Those are three of the four most saddest moments in the entire series, and the saddest moments of each game he appears in. And in the end, his [[HoYay very close best friend]] Snake [[spoiler: has only a few more months to live before he dies from unstoppable rapid aging.]] And he really doesn't take it well every time. ''Phantom Pain'' actually ups his Woobie qualities retroactively when it turned out that his father [[spoiler:wasn't at all sympathetic, nearly using him when he's 2 years old for a machine PoweredByAForsakenChild, in which his mother opposed and was killed with CruelAndUnusualDeath. Sure, Otacon probably wouldn't realize what's happening at that point, but not only it explains why he's estranged with his father, but it just makes him a lot more pitiful...]]



* Latooni from the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' was turned into a expert pilot by way of [[TheSpartanWay intense training]] that killed most of the participants including the rest of Latooni's entire group. She ends up finding three of her remaining school-mates, only to find they're on the ''other'' side of the war. She ends up nearly killing one, the other two were [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed to kill her]], and one of them died in a HeroicSacrifice. Her best friend was kidnapped, and also brainwashed into killing her. Even worse she's stuck in a love triangle with Ryusei Date, and Mai Kobayashi, and she's at a disadvantage because Mai has a CombinationAttack, in a series where love interests always have a combination attack.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'':
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Latooni from the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' was turned into a expert pilot by way of [[TheSpartanWay intense training]] that killed most of the participants including the rest of Latooni's entire group. She ends up finding three of her remaining school-mates, only to find they're on the ''other'' side of the war. She ends up nearly killing one, the other two were [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed to kill her]], and one of them died in a HeroicSacrifice. Her best friend was kidnapped, and also brainwashed into killing her. Even worse she's stuck in a love triangle with Ryusei Date, and Mai Kobayashi, and she's at a disadvantage because Mai has a CombinationAttack, in a series where love interests always have a combination attack.
5th Sep '17 9:27:35 PM rjd1922
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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'' the HeroOfAnotherStory or VillainOfAnotherStory from the protagonist's view Journalist from the tapes. He tried to do the right thing back in 1989 by telling the police about a {{yandere}} high school girl, and she was able to convince the entire country of her innocence. He became a national disgrace as "a lecherous journalist who stalked schoolgirls and tried to throw a girl in prison to boost his own career." He then became TheAlcoholic, and his wife (who was ironically a bit of a yandere herself) [[DeathByChildbirth died giving birth to their only child]], and his now-teenage daughter comes home with blood on her clothes. He was later forced into exile after attempting (and failing) to rectify his mistake. And the last we hear, said yandere was following him...



* Menos in Evoland 2. First he is [[spoiler: enslaved by the humans and forced to fight in an arena to the death, then his people are massacred, then he gets sent into the future and is unable to return home, then his son is revealed to be one of the main villains of the game, then he tries but fails to stop his people from being massacred in the past, and to top it all off, he finds out that his people, the Demons, were actually just manufactured by humans. As if all this wasn't bad enough, the ending also reveals that he fathers Ceres, the main antagonist in the game and that he will be killed while Ceres is still a child.]] It would be hard to make Menos' life suck more than it already does.

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* Menos in Evoland 2.''Evoland 2''. First he is [[spoiler: enslaved by the humans and forced to fight in an arena to the death, then his people are massacred, then he gets sent into the future and is unable to return home, then his son is revealed to be one of the main villains of the game, then he tries but fails to stop his people from being massacred in the past, and to top it all off, he finds out that his people, the Demons, were actually just manufactured by humans. As if all this wasn't bad enough, the ending also reveals that he fathers Ceres, the main antagonist in the game and that he will be killed while Ceres is still a child.]] It would be hard to make Menos' life suck more than it already does.
4th Sep '17 1:26:35 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Every character in ''SilentHill 2''.

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* Every character in ''SilentHill 2''.''VideoGame/SilentHill2''.



* Heather from ''Silent Hill 3'' and Alex from ''Homecoming''.

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* Heather from ''Silent Hill 3'' ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'' and Alex from ''Homecoming''.''[[VideoGame/SilentHillHomecoming Homecoming]]''.



* Harry from the first ''Silent Hill''. Was happily married to a wonderful wife, but said wife becomes terminally ill. They didn't have children of their own, but find an abandoned infant girl on a trip and raise her as their own, naming her "Cheryl". Harry's wife eventually dies, leaving Cheryl as the one good thing left in his life. And ''then'' Cheryl goes missing during their trip to Silent Hill, Harry goes to hell and back (literally) desperately searching for her. He runs into the crazy antique dealer Dahlia [[spoiler:who's really just using him to reunite both halves of her "daughter", Alessa (Cheryl is half of Alessa that escaped when Alessa was burned)]], and Cybil the police officer, who's actually a decent person, but [[spoiler:gets possessed by a demon and you either kill her or save her, though the ending where only Harry escapes alive seems to be the canon ending]]. And Lisa....just...Lisa. [[spoiler:Lisa always provides helpful info on where Harry should go, but no matter what you do she cannot be saved. She is already dead and she is the same as the demon nurses you've been fighting]]. And even if you get the "Good" ending, it's a bittersweet one, as [[spoiler: Harry realizes that the girl he's fought like hell to save is gone, as she is returned to Alessa and they become whole, their existence only serving to birth a destructive dark god, which Harry defeats. A dying Alessa points him the way out and leaves behind a gift of thanks--her reincarnation in the form of a baby (who will become Heather in the third game) but ''still'' has the god sealed within her). To hammer the point home, Harry, after so many years, is ''murdered'' in the third game.]] '''Damn.'''

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* Harry from the first ''Silent Hill''.''VideoGame/SilentHill1''. Was happily married to a wonderful wife, but said wife becomes terminally ill. They didn't have children of their own, but find an abandoned infant girl on a trip and raise her as their own, naming her "Cheryl". Harry's wife eventually dies, leaving Cheryl as the one good thing left in his life. And ''then'' Cheryl goes missing during their trip to Silent Hill, Harry goes to hell and back (literally) desperately searching for her. He runs into the crazy antique dealer Dahlia [[spoiler:who's really just using him to reunite both halves of her "daughter", Alessa (Cheryl is half of Alessa that escaped when Alessa was burned)]], and Cybil the police officer, who's actually a decent person, but [[spoiler:gets possessed by a demon and you either kill her or save her, though the ending where only Harry escapes alive seems to be the canon ending]]. And Lisa....just...Lisa. [[spoiler:Lisa always provides helpful info on where Harry should go, but no matter what you do she cannot be saved. She is already dead and she is the same as the demon nurses you've been fighting]]. And even if you get the "Good" ending, it's a bittersweet one, as [[spoiler: Harry realizes that the girl he's fought like hell to save is gone, as she is returned to Alessa and they become whole, their existence only serving to birth a destructive dark god, which Harry defeats. A dying Alessa points him the way out and leaves behind a gift of thanks--her reincarnation in the form of a baby (who will become Heather in the third game) but ''still'' has the god sealed within her). To hammer the point home, Harry, after so many years, is ''murdered'' in the third game.]] '''Damn.'''



* Cheryl in ''[[SilentHillShatteredMemories Shattered Memories]]''. [[spoiler:Has to experience her parents' divorce at the age of 7, her father dies shortly after in a car accident. Spends the next eighteen years in denial and hating her mother for it. Becomes a psychiatric case and creates a delusional reality of her father as a heroic figure coming to save her from all her pain.]]
* Travis from [[VideoGame/SilentHillOrigins Origins]]. [[spoiler:During his early childhood, his mother, Helen tried to kill both him and herself because she had mental delusions and claimed that beings from a mirror world told her that her son was a devil. She got committed to Cedar Grove Sanitarium after this. Travis, who missed his mother went to the Sanitarium to visit her, but his father, Richard took him home. Both Richard and a doctor agreed that it would be best to tell Travis she was dead. The two moved to Riverside Motel after this. Richard, who was in a state of depression, continued to send letters to his wife. Eventually he [[DrivenToSuicide hanged himself]] in room 500 while Travis was playing at an arcade. When Travis found his father's corpse, he stood there talking to it until they were found by the cleaners the next morning. He was haunted by nightmares of his past at the time of the game.]]

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* Cheryl in ''[[SilentHillShatteredMemories ''[[VideoGame/SilentHillShatteredMemories Shattered Memories]]''. [[spoiler:Has to experience her parents' divorce at the age of 7, her father dies shortly after in a car accident. Spends the next eighteen years in denial and hating her mother for it. Becomes a psychiatric case and creates a delusional reality of her father as a heroic figure coming to save her from all her pain.]]
* Travis from [[VideoGame/SilentHillOrigins Origins]].''[[VideoGame/SilentHillOrigins Origins]]''. [[spoiler:During his early childhood, his mother, Helen tried to kill both him and herself because she had mental delusions and claimed that beings from a mirror world told her that her son was a devil. She got committed to Cedar Grove Sanitarium after this. Travis, who missed his mother went to the Sanitarium to visit her, but his father, Richard took him home. Both Richard and a doctor agreed that it would be best to tell Travis she was dead. The two moved to Riverside Motel after this. Richard, who was in a state of depression, continued to send letters to his wife. Eventually he [[DrivenToSuicide hanged himself]] in room 500 while Travis was playing at an arcade. When Travis found his father's corpse, he stood there talking to it until they were found by the cleaners the next morning. He was haunted by nightmares of his past at the time of the game.]]
26th Aug '17 6:02:37 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:Mir]] from ''ArTonelico''. [[spoiler:She was kept in solitary, stripped of her emotions, and forced to create Song Magic for use in battle-- and when she created a song that was ''just to express her love of and hope for humans'', since the synapses that they stripped to make her emotionless grew back, the song was trashed and she was discarded as a failed project.]]
** Quite frankly, almost all the girls from the Ar Tonelico series have MAJOR issues. There's a reason their suppressed consciousness reacts hostilely (aka, trying to kill) to any signs of attachment or affection. Ar Tonelico 3, however, gives Finnel special mention. The voice acting for her level 9 Dive is just....potent enough to punch a whole through the heart.

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* [[spoiler:Mir]] from ''ArTonelico''.''VideoGame/ArTonelicoMelodyOfElemia''. [[spoiler:She was kept in solitary, stripped of her emotions, and forced to create Song Magic for use in battle-- and when she created a song that was ''just to express her love of and hope for humans'', since the synapses that they stripped to make her emotionless grew back, the song was trashed and she was discarded as a failed project.]]
** Quite frankly, almost all the girls from the Ar Tonelico ''Ar tonelico'' series have MAJOR issues. There's a reason their suppressed consciousness reacts hostilely (aka, trying to kill) to any signs of attachment or affection. Ar Tonelico 3, ''Ar tonelico 3'', however, gives Finnel special mention. The voice acting for her level 9 Dive is just....potent enough to punch a whole through the heart.
26th Aug '17 4:35:27 PM nombretomado
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* [[StoicWoobie Although it's not obvious at first]], Ethan, the [[TheQuietOne quiet]], [[AnAxeToGrind axe-wielding]] [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] from ''LastScenario'', is badly in need of a hug. When he first joins the party, he says he doesn't remember much beyond the fact that he used to work for the Rosehart Kingdom, but was betrayed and imprisoned. This means many of the people he's fighting used to be his friends, but it's a bit worse than that. [[spoiler:He used to be the head of [[QuirkyMinibossSquad a prestigious special-ops group]], but he started to suspect that his superior, Castor, was hiding important information from them, and began to investigate on his own. An ambitious internal affairs officer, Helio, found out, and reported Ethan- as punishment, he was locked up as a test subject in Helio's [[MadScientist laboratory]] and spent the next three years [[AndIMustScream buried alive and semiconscious]] in a magical substance called biorite, which was responsible for his memory loss.]] Even early on, he worries that maybe since the things he remembers most clearly are the ones he wanted to remember, the ones he forgot were things he wanted to forget; when a few things start coming back to him, you find out he was right. [[spoiler:Fourteen years ago, his entire hometown was razed by the Imperial army, leaving him and his older brother as the only survivors. He wound up killing a soldier in a panic to protect his brother, and only avoided being killed himself by the timely intervention of Zawu. His older brother? Castor, the guy who had him sealed in a pile of rocks for three years, and the BigBad of the game. Naturally, he remembers this just as Castor has started going into a full-scale mental and emotional breakdown which he was indirectly complicit in. And the man he killed when he was fourteen? His name was Wolfram, and [[OneDegreeOfSeparation his father and best friend are in the party]]. Ethan's guilt-stricken and awkward attempts to tell Randolph are simultaneously heartbreaking and adorable.]] All in all, his life kind of sucks. A lot.

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* [[StoicWoobie Although it's not obvious at first]], Ethan, the [[TheQuietOne quiet]], [[AnAxeToGrind axe-wielding]] [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] from ''LastScenario'', ''VideoGame/LastScenario'', is badly in need of a hug. When he first joins the party, he says he doesn't remember much beyond the fact that he used to work for the Rosehart Kingdom, but was betrayed and imprisoned. This means many of the people he's fighting used to be his friends, but it's a bit worse than that. [[spoiler:He used to be the head of [[QuirkyMinibossSquad a prestigious special-ops group]], but he started to suspect that his superior, Castor, was hiding important information from them, and began to investigate on his own. An ambitious internal affairs officer, Helio, found out, and reported Ethan- as punishment, he was locked up as a test subject in Helio's [[MadScientist laboratory]] and spent the next three years [[AndIMustScream buried alive and semiconscious]] in a magical substance called biorite, which was responsible for his memory loss.]] Even early on, he worries that maybe since the things he remembers most clearly are the ones he wanted to remember, the ones he forgot were things he wanted to forget; when a few things start coming back to him, you find out he was right. [[spoiler:Fourteen years ago, his entire hometown was razed by the Imperial army, leaving him and his older brother as the only survivors. He wound up killing a soldier in a panic to protect his brother, and only avoided being killed himself by the timely intervention of Zawu. His older brother? Castor, the guy who had him sealed in a pile of rocks for three years, and the BigBad of the game. Naturally, he remembers this just as Castor has started going into a full-scale mental and emotional breakdown which he was indirectly complicit in. And the man he killed when he was fourteen? His name was Wolfram, and [[OneDegreeOfSeparation his father and best friend are in the party]]. Ethan's guilt-stricken and awkward attempts to tell Randolph are simultaneously heartbreaking and adorable.]] All in all, his life kind of sucks. A lot.
21st Aug '17 1:27:42 PM mkmlp
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