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Chuck Greene

" I know my way around a zombie or two."

A former motocross champion who settled down to start a family. A single father, he will do anything to protect Katey. Since he always did his own bike repairs, he is resourceful and incredibly handy. Chuck can combine just about anything to make effective weapons - such as a simple spiked bat or even his own laser blade.

  • The Alcoholic: In Off the Record, due to the death of Katey.
  • Badass Biker: He was a motocross champion, for crying out loud!
  • Badass
  • Battle Theme Music: "Firewater" in Off The Record, which plays during his boss fight.
  • Bond One-Liner: To Leon, Randy, Seymour, and TK.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: He's not very keen on wearing women's clothes, and he'll let you know that.
  • Bullfight Boss: In Off the Record, where he is a Psychopath. The ironic thing is that his boss fight is similar to Leon's fight in the original.
  • Clothes Make the Ninja: Some DLC outfits give Chuck special skills, but only by wearing them.
    • Due to a minor overlook upon release of the DLC Skill Packs, Chuck only needs to wear one piece of the outfit for each of the Skill Pack skills to work. An example: Chuck can wear the Ninja Mask and the Sports Fan Shoes, and he can go through zombie hordes almost unnoticed, while the shoes makes him run faster, and he won't puke when consuming beer, whiskey, etc. They even add-on to the the skills you have, meaning that you can have a max Leveled Chuck, moving even faster.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Given his tendency for one liners, his superhuman stoicism, and being gifted with the distinction of sanity, this trope is unavoidable.
  • Determinator: Nothing, not even 72,000 zombies, assault rifle wielding mercenaries, psychopathic security guards, flamethrower wielding children's mascots, or insane chainsaw wielding furries will stop him from getting Zombrex for Katey. Except, of course, the actions of the player.
  • Evil Costume Switch: He looks more savage in Off the Record, most likely because he's gone insane and resorted to drinking.
  • Female Gaze: From the back, Capcom took too much time with Chuck and the banana hammock.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Duct Tape FTW
  • Heroic BSOD: In Ending F, Chuck goes catatonic and is torn apart by zombies after failing to get Katey her Zombrex on time.
  • Humble Hero: In the Road to Fortune comic, his wife says he's very modest and humble.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Ah, the powers of duct tape and combination.
  • In-Series Nickname: "Chuckie" and "Chuckles".
  • The Lancer: To Frank in Off The Record during co-op mode. Even during his own boss battle.
  • MacGyvering: His mastery.
  • Mirror Match: Dead Rising 2's co-op mode has both players use Chuck as their character, the only (possible) difference being their outfits. Is now made possible in Off The Record, when a player joins another in co-op mode during Chuck's boss fight.
  • Not Quite Dead: His fate is left ambiguous after beating him in Off The Record.
  • Nice Guy
  • Nerves of Steel: He has unflappable composure, though he is suitably freaked out by some of the more harrowing experiences.
  • Only Sane Man: Given the way some of the survivors act, and all of the Psychopaths in the city, this is a given. Subverted in Off the Record, where he is one of the Psychopaths.
  • Papa Wolf: Don't mess with Katey. Jed, TK, and Frank found this out the hard way.
  • Red Oni: To Frank's blue.
  • Rogue Protagonist: Appears as a Psychopath in Off the Record, apparently having failed to save Katey in this continuity and going bonkers because of it.
    • He has grown more criminal id the third game.
  • Saw It in a Movie Once: Chuck gets his inspiration for the crazier combo weapons from movie posters.
  • The Stoic: He never seems to drop that Eastwood-like stare, except for his encounter with Ted (briefly), and the cutscenes with him and Katey.
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right: While he is insane in Off The Record, Chuck still knows for a fact that the real threat has never been the zombies, but human beings either turning on each other or going insane.
  • Stripperiffic: In the banana hammock.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Frank, type 2. Funny one liners abound.
    Frank:(after trying something on) Handsome devil.
    Chuck:You're like woman repellent.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: His moves are less flashy and more practical than Frank West's pro wrestling moves, however.
  • Younger than They Look: He is 29, but looters call him "gramps" and one of the survivors, Royce St. John, who is only one year younger than Chuck, calls him an "old man".

Katey Greene

"My Daddy will always keep me safe."

Chuck's spirited daughter, and his main source of motivation. Her zombified mother passed the virus on to her, so now she requires a daily dose of Zombrex. Despite witnessing all of this, she's remained very brave.

Tyrone King

"Do you know what time it is America!? Payback Time!"

The producer and host of Terror is Reality (TIR), a controversial game show where contestants slay zombies for sport. He takes advantage of the Fortune City outbreak to loot the city.

Raymond Sullivan

"We can't afford to have any infected in here."

The only security officer to make it to the safe house. He does not believe Chuck/Stacey is innocent, and only allows him/her to stay if he/she keeps finding survivors.

  • Adaptational Heroism: In Off The Record, much of the Foreshadowing from the original game is kept, but that's rendered null as he is a much more straightforward and heroic character due to the fact Stacey is the villain of this version.
  • Badass Boast: Makes a few on behalf of the Phenotrans.
    We have the power to erase you!
  • Badass Grandpa: He's not that old (he's 53), but he's still quite a bit older than Chuck yet will beat the shit out of him over and over again.
    • In Off the Record: He's only slightly phased from being shot by Evil Stacey, and manages to save Frank from being killed by her. Even after taking three gunshots, he's able to live long enough to give Frank some encouraging last words.
  • Battle Theme Music: He gets a tense, instrumental track appropriately known as Conspiracy to accompany his boss fight.
  • Big Bad: Along with TK in Dead Rising 2.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: He starts gloating about his evil plan after murdering Rebecca, instead of just killing Chuck, Katey and Stacey right then and there.
    • However, the game would have been impossible to beat if he wouldn't have used this trope. So it is in-game justified, just not story-wise.
  • Contractual Boss Immunity: Almost none of the strategies that work on the other bosses work on him. He's on top of a platform, so you can't carry 'heavy' type weapons up to attack him. He's too far away his health is too high, and his accuracy is too good for you to use assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, or merc assault rifles to kill him. He can instantly disarm any melee weapon you try to use on him, which basically makes 90 % of the weapons in the game useless. His insane pistol damage means you can't stand out in the open and snipe him while avoiding / ignoring his ranged attacks. Like all bosses, you can't use unarmed moves that involve grabbing him. When he's in mid-roll, he's completely invincible against any attacks. And to top it all off, the AC-130 firing at you means that you can't hide behind any cover other than the high wall next to the entrance to the bottom floor.
  • Death from Above: In his boss battle, he's supported by a passing AC-130 that will fire grenades at you when he throws flares at your last known location. His 'taunt' also consists of him getting on his radio and ordering command to bomb the city.
    Launch the planes immediately!
    Bombers are following.
    Commence operation!
    Let's set this town on fire, move in!
    (upon a successful AC-130 hit) Collateral damage, right there!
  • Dissonant Serenity: Talk to him after finishing a mission or a side quest, he is eerily calm to everything going around. It should hint to you that he is part of the Big Bad status, and that he is The Dragon to Phenotrans.
  • Evil Costume Switch: In the Final Boss fight, he dawns a backpack and a skyhook, as well as several ammo pouches all over his body. It's not much, but it certainly makes him look more intimidating.
  • Final Boss: He serves as the game's last boss. Unless you activate Overtime, that is.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Thanks to the handcuffs used to secure TK to the infirmary's bed, the skyhook extraction tears him in half.
  • Handgun: Sullivan has a unique pistol, and he's damn effective with it too. His accuracy with his pistol combined with the zombies and explosions everywhere from the air strikes means trying to shoot him from the ground is a very bad idea.
    • Hand Cannon: His pistol takes off one square of health per hit, which is about half as much as the sniper rifle.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In Off the Record he saves Frank from being shot by Stacey at the cost of his life.
  • Hitbox Dissonance: He's invincible literally half the time. When he's rolling for example, nothing hurts him. Not aerial bombardment, not sniper rifles, not machine guns, not axes, not hammers, not explosives. And oftentimes if you punch him first, your attack will go right through him right as his attack animation begins, which of course damages you. Also, he's completely impossible to knock back, even if you get the AC-130 to land a direct hit on him. This is very noticeable since he's constantly knocking you back, and off the platform.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: He justifies these outbreaks for producing Queens for Phenotrans to create more Zombrex. No Queens, no Zombrex.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Most of his boss banter
    Fight like a man!
    You're outclassed!
    How's it feel to die in vain?
    It's been a pleasure finishing you off!
    You can't fight the power boy!
    There's one of you and hundreds of us, you do the math!
  • Fisticuffs Boss: He's clearly meant to be fought this way, due to the fact that he can instantly disarm any melee weapons from you, only uses his fists in close combat, shoots you with a six-shooter with perfect accuracy unless you're on the platform with him, and because the Haymaker, Double Leg Dropkick, and Front Kick all stun him as well as do impressive damage, but there are other ways to beat him.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Until you learn that he's actually evil. However, in Off the Record, he actually IS good, while Stacey is the Big Bad and The Mole.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: Unlike the other psychopaths who have some unique melee weapon, he simply uses his fists, only pulling out his pistol to shoot you if you're not on the same platform as him. This is because he doesn't need one, and is capable of disarming any weapons you might be carrying. He'll even taunt you if you try to attack him with a melee weapon or shoot him with a gun.
    Come on! Fight like a man!
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: In his boss fight. He's surprisingly effective with his pistol, but then again, he's probably been taking years and years of training from Phenotrans, so it might not really be all that improbable.
  • Jerkass: He's a pretty gruff fellow, giving Chuck grief over Katey's infection and Chuck's apparent responsibility for the outbreak (although this may be considered just doing his job protecting the shelter from legitimate threats), and he even suggests that they kill T.K. vigilante style instead of bringing him to justice. of course, it turns out he's The Mole. Except in the alternate timeline of Off the Record, where it turns out he was just an honest jerk (and Frank even says his idea to kill TK turned out to be right all along, given the events of Overtime mode).
  • Large and in Charge: Sullivan is nearly a head taller and noticeably bulkier than any of the other main characters. He's helluva strong, too.
  • The Mole: He has been working with Phenotrans from Day 1. Averted in Off the Record, where it's Stacey who is The Mole.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: He may appear to be just an old and somewhat incompetent security officer, but in actuality he's a private commando highly adept in marksmanship and hand to hand combat, and behind the whole outbreak.
  • Patriotic Fervor: Has definite elements of this, both in some of his dialogue as well as his strong trust in the U.S. government and military despite evidence of ill intent on their part.
  • Time to Die: One of his random combat taunts.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He is willing to let Chuck and Katey stay in the safe house as long as Chuck keeps a steady supply of Zombrex on hand and continues to find survivors. Subverted when he kills Rebecca to prevent her from implicating Phenotrans in the Fortune City Outbreak. Played straight, however, in Off the Record, where Stacey shoots and kills him.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Chuck delivers one to him during his motive rant, only to have Sullivan fire back with a Shut Up, Kirk!.
    Sullivan: Fortune City was a small price to pay to ensure our countries way of life!
    Chuck:: You! Murdered! These! People!
  • Unusable Enemy Equipment: His powerful pistol is unique to him.
  • Vocal Evolution: Listen to him during the final boss fight. He sounds nothing like he does earlier in the game.
  • Walking Spoiler: Seriously. Highlighting any spoiler marked might ruin the surprise in 2 and Off the Record.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He is willing to destroy people's lives to keep Phenotrans going.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Justified. In Off The Record, he saves Frank from Stacey by punching her in the face after she shoots him.

Stacey Forsythe

"Let the government know we will not stand for their systematic neglect of the infected!"

The passionate leader of CURE, or Citizens for Undead Rights and Equality. She believes TIR is cruel and demeaning to those that are dependent on Zombrex. Her goal is to make the drug more affordable and available.

  • Adaptational Villainy: In Off The Record, she essentially takes Sullivan's place as the villain.
  • Big Bad: Along with TK in Off the Record.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Redhead to Katey's Blonde and Rebecca's Brunette.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: After shooting Rebecca to death (she's actually still alive if you unlock Overtime in Off the Record) and Sullivan (just hurting him, not killing him), she starts talking about how her plan was going well and how she manipulated Frank instead of killing him and finishing Sullivan. Like Sullivan in the original, it's justified in-game so you can continue the story after her Face-Heel Turn .
  • Dark Action Girl: In "Off the Record".
  • Death by Adaptation: In Off the Record, she is crushed by her robot just as she is about to shoot Frank West.
  • Distressed Damsel: During Overtime alongside Katey.
  • Evil Costume Switch: At the end of Off the Record, she switches from her ponytailed, Granola Girl appearance to a wicked black latex spy catsuit with short, slicked hair (her ponytailed hair turns out to have been a wig). Her personality also goes from wholesome hippie chick to sadistic Baroness
  • Evil Redhead: In "Off the Record".
  • Fiery Red Head: Averted in Off the Record, where it's revealed she was wearing a wig.
  • Fun with Acronyms: Her organization, C.U.R.E.
  • Granola Girl: Her character design has many elements of this.
  • Hoist By Her Own Petard: The robot she was attacking Frank West in Off the Record immediately crushes her to death just as she is about to shoot Frank.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: In Off the Record she justifies her actions for producing Queens for Phenotrans to create more Zombrex. No Queens, no Zombrex. Pretty much how Sullivan justified his actions in the original game.
  • Mission Control: Thank god she isn't like Otis.
  • The Mole: Turns out that she has been working with Phenotrans in "Off the Record".
  • The Other Darrin: In Off the Record she's voiced by the same actress, but her voice is subtly lower and her facial features are also slightly different with more arched eyebrows and narrower eyes, giving her a more mature and sultry look rather than her "cute" original appearance. This makes sense after she makes her Face-Heel Turn and is revealed as the Big Bad, and the achievement you get after you defeat her even lampshades this by saying "the shifty eyes should have given it away".
  • Redhead In Green: Her original outfit.
  • Spy Catsuit: Changes from her normal clothing into this during her Evil Costume Switch in Off the Record, along with her hair being a wig Frank West ripped off when trying to subdue her.
  • Vocal Evolution: Stacey sounds slightly more mature in Off the Record than she did in the original game. After The Reveal, she goes full-blown Baroness.
  • Walking Spoiler: At least, in Off The Record, where she takes the place of Sullivan the OTHER Walking Spoiler.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: In Off the Record.

Rebecca Chang

"No one ever got an award playing by the rules, Chuck."

Beautiful and ambitious. Rebecca comes to Fortune City to cover the controversy behind TIR. When the outbreak starts, though, her goal changes - find out what's really behind the outbreak.

    Psychopaths 

Amber and Crystal Bailey

Amber: "I was hoping for a better ride from you, Chuck..."
Crystal: "...but maybe you just don't know how to handle the tight curves."

The hard working co-hostesses of TIR. They provide nice eye candy and taunt the contestants, especially Chuck/Frank.

Leon Bell

"Hey, buddy, I heard you lost your wife in Vegas. I guess you SUCK at killing zombies, otherwise she'd still be around!"

An obsessed former fan of Chuck's. Since surviving the Vegas outbreak, he seems to only want to slay zombies and eventually, defeat Chuck. He does not appear in Off the Record, being replaced by Chuck Greene.

  • Blood Knight: He plays TIR to satisfy his killing cravings.
  • Battle Theme Music: An instrumental version of the TIR theme
  • Bullfight Boss: You'll need to get him to crash into things in order to stun him at all.
  • Fan Boy: Formally one of Chuck. He believes Chuck's gone soft.
  • For the Evulz: He kills a man unprovoked, simply because he was "worth more points".
  • The Ghost: He never appears in person in Off the Record. But he apparently spray painted "chump" on Chuck's trailer.
  • Jerkass: Easily one of the worst individuals in the game: just see the Psychopathic Manchild entry below and the quote above.
  • Psychopathic Manchild:
    Chuck: What do you think you're doing!? That wasn't a zombie!
    Leon: Yeah, no shit Chuck. They're double the points because they move around so much! Bastards...
  • The Rival: Just like Kent Swanson from the first game.
  • Self-Immolation: Does this to himself for "quadruple points" rather than be defeated by Chuck.
    Chuck:"Yeah... you're on fire."

Sgt. Dwight Boykin

"Ready to kick some ass, ladies?"

The man in charge of the Fortune City clean up operation. He plans to wipe out all the zombies, then save anyone surviving. Unfortunately, it goes horribly wrong.

Derrick Duggan, Big Earl Flaherty, Deetz Hartman and Johnny James

"Only way to git this country on track agin is clean it right up of all those pansies, floozies, bur-o-crats, liberals, AND them half-ass conservatives, too."

Four buddies with sniper rifles who consider themselves as true patriots on a mission to save America. Unfortunately for the other survivors, they believe that the best way to reach their goal is killing everybody who doesn’t agree with their ideology.

From left to right: Big Earl, Deetz, Derrick & Johnny

Brent Ernst/Slappy

"Oh, you know me! I'm Slappy. Everyone knows Slappy."

A children's clothing store mascot who believes that Chuck is responsible for the outbreak which resulted in the death of his girlfriend.

Bibi Love

“I know you can barely even wait for this comeback tour to start.”

An aging musician who has taken some of her employees as hostages and forces them to watch her comeback show. Chuck/Frank has to do some errands for her in order to save them.

Seymour Redding

"Everyone else is dead! I'M THE BIG MAN NOW!!"

A delusional mall security guard who has taken the law into his own hands. He guards the South Plaza from trespassers... with lethal force.

Carl Schliff

"This delivery requires a SIGNATURE!"

A dedicated mailman who still makes his rounds during the outbreak.

  • Badass Boast: "Neither rain nor sleet nor hail, nor zombie are going to keep me from my appointed rounds."
  • Battle Theme Music: Another original piece, called "Postman". It channels Carl's aggression.
  • Berserk Button: Off the Record reveals that he will try to kill somebody for attempting Mail Fraud.
  • Determinator: Not snow, nor rain, nor zombies will stop his rounds.
  • Easter Egg: His pen has the Dead Rising 2 logo on it.
  • Felony Misdemeanor: Frank's committing "mail fraud", as described below.
  • Flanderization: In the original Dead Rising 2, Carl seemed happy to give the package to Chuck as long as he could get a signature to continue with his rounds. He only became hostile once he realized, by reading Chuck's signature, that Chuck is the man accused of starting the zombie outbreak. In Off the Record, the scene plays out much the same way, but once Carl reads Frank's signature, he decides to kill him for attempting mail fraud because Frank is not the original recipient of the package who however could be maybe Brandon Whittaker, Stacey Forsythe or TK. However, since there's no officer around to report Chuck/Frank, he was thinking he was in his own right to do this.
  • Glass Cannon: He's got noticeably less health than most of the other psychopaths, but his mail bombs and shotgun can destroy your health if you don't stay on your toes and keep a good distance away from him when he runs.
  • Going Postal: Actually an Inverted Trope: Carl is fanatically devoted to his job, and his rampage is not against his employers or co-workers, but the man who allegedly started the zombie outbreak / committed mail fraud, and prevented him from making the rest of his deliveries by chucking his bomb package into his mail cart.
  • Graceful Loser: On his deathbed, he willingly gives Chuck/Frank the Zombrex he needs, after Chuck/Frank explained to him that he needed it for his daughter/himself.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!: He's voiced by Samuel Vincent, best known as the voice of Edd (aka Double D) from Ed, Edd n Eddy you can kind of hear him when he yells or screams.
  • Mad Bomber: He packs a lot of 'mail bombs'.
  • Married to the Job: He takes it very seriously.
  • Pet the Dog: See Graceful Loser; he was willing to bend his own frighteningly harsh rules for Katey/Frank, though he was more or less dead-meat at that point.
  • Shotguns Are Just Better: He carries a shotgun, and is surprisingly accurate with it.
    • Secret A.I. Moves: Carl can fire thrice on a row as if his shotgun had a burst fire feature, however he has to do a pretty lengthy reload after that.
  • Serious Business: You'd do well to not mess up his rounds...
  • TV Never Lies: In the original game, he recognizes Chuck's signature, and blames him for the outbreak.
  • Unstoppable Mailman: He's survived to the beginning of the third day, which is impressive.

Theodore "Ted" Smith and Snowflake

"Snowflake hungry."

Ted is the mentally handicapped caretaker of the Yucatan Casino's tiger, Snowflake. After some bad experiences with other humans, he considers the animal as his only friend. He desperately tries to keep Snowflake alive by supplying her with fresh human meat.

Antoine Thomas

"Needs a bit more buttah."

The owner of a cookware store, and a chef at Cucina Donnacci. He is trying to create an ultimate dish to please a magazine critic, whom he thinks Chuck/Frank is. Having lost his marbles thanks to the outbreak, though, said dish consists of human flesh.

Randy Tugman

"Don't worry honey... the other ones didn't mean anything to me."

An awkward, pornography-addicted virgin. He uses the outbreak to "marry" any unfortunate woman he may find.

Reed Wallbeck and Roger Withers

"I suppose YOU know how to saw a woman in half, right big shot?!"

A pair of insane stage magicians, who captured an unfortunate woman for a deadly trick.

  • Bad Boss: Reed treats Roger like dirt. It eventually drives Roger to stab Reed when they are defeated.
  • Battle Theme Music: "Switchback" by Celldweller.
  • Berserk Button: Apparently like Antoine before, Reed doesn't take criticism of his tricks well.
  • Carpet of Virility: Reed
  • The Dog Bites Back: It wasn’t such a good idea from Reed to constantly insult Roger during the performance. As they are both lying on the floor, dying, Roger stabs him repeatedly followed by an “I’ve always wanted to do that!”
  • Dual Boss: Unlike the previous Dual Boss, these two use completely different types of weapons; Roger uses swords, Reed uses a Rocket Launcher. Plus, it's the "defeat both" variant this time.
  • Dual Wielding: Roger uses two swords.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!: Reed is voiced by L.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: They are an obvious parody of Penn and Teller, and their stage outfits are a dig at Siegfried and Roy.
  • Saw a Woman in Half: They’re trying this trick with an unfortunate victim. Of course, it fails.
  • Sinister Scimitar: Roger's magician's swords.
  • The Voiceless: Roger, except when he kills Reed.

Brandon Whittaker

"...the movement is growing … soon, we’ll all be part of the change…"

A C.U.R.E. protester that lost his mind during the outbreak. Now he believes that he serves “the cause” by turning everybody into a zombie. In Off the Record he plays a marginally larger role in the storyline, being recruited by TK to start the zombie outbreak instead of Sullivan dressed as Chuck Greene.

Jed Wright

The only psychopath in Case Zero. Jed, an auto mechanic from Still Creek, is a passionate zombie hunter who wants to add Katey to his collection. He doesn’t care that she just got Zombrex, which will prevent her from turning in the next twelve hours.

Evan MacIntyre

"How about a little ice cream, Frank?"

The only new psychopath in Off the Record. Evan is a short clown who walks on stilts and sells ice cream, even during the outbreak. Turns out he's the brother of Adam, another psychopath in the first Dead Rising.

    Dead Rising: Case West 

Frank West

"I never did like that damn show."

See Dead Rising Character Sheet

Isabela Keyes

"It's been so long, Frank."

See Dead Rising Character Sheet

Marian Mallon

"You reap what you sow."

The director of the westward Phenotrans factory. She claims that she doesn't need Zombrex anymore, since she remedied her infection years ago.

Harjit Singh

"Kuti."

Commander of the security forces in the Phenotrans facility. The only psychopath the player fights in Case West.

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's huge, he wields two Impact Hammers, and has three life bars. It's no wonder he's the security commander and Marion's right hand man.
  • Ascended Extra: In Case West he’s just a Big Guy who shows up for the boss fights and dies right afterward. Then the Dead Rising comics were published and now he’s the one who caused the outbreaks in Las Vegas and Still Creek.
  • Battle Theme Music: An original piece that sounds like a cross between traditional Hindu songs and heavy techno note .
    • Remixed contemporary Bollywood pop, more likely. Not quite traditional, yet.
  • Bilingual Bonus: His quote above means "bitch".
  • The Dragon: To Marian Mallon.
  • Dual Wielding: Nothing less than two Impact Hammers.
  • Final Boss: With three Life Meters, meaning he's one of the toughest Psychopaths yet.
  • Karmic Death: Dies when he stumbles into a tank containing many of the wasps, like those he unleashed to start the outbreaks in Las Vegas and Still Creak
  • Lightning Bruiser
  • Made of Iron: Three health bars. THREE. FREAKING. HEALTH. BARS.
  • Scary Indian Man
  • Suddenly Ethnicity: As the camera works up to his head, it shows him wearing a turban.

     TIR XVII 

Don and Paul

"Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to TIR 17!"
"Man, all of this blood and gore flying around is making me hungry. Where's the concession stand?!"

The two color commentators during TIR games. They appear outside the main story of the game.

The Contestants

The four people trying to win big in this TIR event. You take control of one and get to experience the carnage yourself!

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