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* SatanicArchetype: A ruler of an unpleasant afterworld, she grants you immortality in exchange for the sacrifices of human souls and given you the task of killing evil psychopathic murderers and manipulating the lives of depressed people. [[spoiler: She is in fact the Devil herself, or at least the closet equivalent to it.]]
* AnthropomorphicPersonification: [[spoiler: It's heavily hinted at that she's depression incarnate. Susan, at least, comes to this conclusion in the end. In Lorelai, the Queen reveals that she was born out of darkness to burrow her tunnels deep in the wicked human hearts, technically making her the embodiment of evil and depression.]]
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: She looks exactly like an old human lady, albeit creepy and ghostly. [[spoiler: Her true form is actually a gigantic monster with huge maggot-like tentacles, snacking dead corpses.]]
* ManipulativeBitch: [[spoiler: She is the one who actually pulling the strings of depression on the mortal realm, playing dreadful games of destiny and tricking humans into it.]]


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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: [[spoiler: It's heavily hinted at that she's depression incarnate. Susan, at least, comes to this conclusion in the end. In Lorelai, the Queen reveals that she was born out of darkness to burrow her tunnels deep in the wicked human hearts, technically making her the embodiment of evil and depression.]]


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* ManipulativeBastard: [[spoiler: She is the one who actually pulling the strings of depression on the mortal realm, playing dreadful games of destiny and tricking humans into it.]]


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* OurDemonsAreDifferent: She looks exactly like an old human lady, albeit creepy and ghostly. [[spoiler: Her true form is actually a gigantic monster with huge maggot-like tentacles, snacking dead corpses.]]


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* SatanicArchetype: A ruler of an unpleasant afterworld, she grants you immortality in exchange for the sacrifices of human souls and given you the task of killing evil psychopathic murderers and manipulating the lives of depressed people. [[spoiler: She is in fact the Devil herself, or at least the closet equivalent to it.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Becomes notably more aggressive and rude in Chapter 6 when tracking someone down in the apartment complex, which is surprisingly out-of-character for someone as kind-hearted as Mitzi. [[spoiler: Considering that the Eye of Adam is responsible for driving her boyfriend to suicide, it's not surprising that Mitzi is feeling more impatient and vengeful the closer she gets to her boyfriend's killer]].


* BigDamnHeroes: To the poor girl held captive by the First Parasite. [[spoiler:Unless of course you decide to [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential escape the complex without killing Doctor X]], leaving him able to [[KarmaHoudini continue his work]] and kill the woman]].



* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Susan getting killed by the First Parasite, [[spoiler:Doctor Xavier Zelmann]], enrages her. The utter betrayal shown after she [[spoiler:opened herself up and discussed her vulnerabilities to the senior psychiatrist]] led her to seek the parasite's death more earnestly than any other parasite. She makes it clear that while it's NothingPersonal to the parasite, it's ''[[ItsPersonal very much personal]]'' to her.
--> '''Susan:''' You treacherous dirty bastard!!! I opened my heart to you... and you stabbed me to death in cold blood!!! You'll pay for this, I swear you will!



* TookALevelInBadass: At the end of Chapter 4, [[spoiler: she poisons the Second Parasite with DeadlyGas, then dons his gas mask, picks up his shotgun, strides back through the mansion, and blows his wife (the Third Parasite) away.]]

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* TookALevelInBadass: TookALevelInBadass:
** After encountering and getting killed by the First Parasite, she went from being in despair and lacking motivation to being absolutely determined and inspired to take revenge in retaliation for what was done to her and the countless victims and madness left in the wake.
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At the end of Chapter 4, [[spoiler: she poisons the Second Parasite with DeadlyGas, then dons his gas mask, picks up his shotgun, strides back through the mansion, and blows his wife (the Third Parasite) away.]]



* BeardOfEvil
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler: If Susan uses the makeshift spear to kill him rather than the mace.]]

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* CreateYourOwnHero: Had he simply let Susan go in the first place, given that her version of Liz's death does not at all coroborate with how Zelmann killed her anyways or even implicate him in any way, he could've kept going on with his sadistic and depraved killings and "art portrayals", the evidence of which would've ultimately been buried when that part of the hospital gets demolished. Instead, his paranoia causes him to have her KilledToUpholdTheMasquerade, which bites him in the ass when it turns out she's immortal and now seeks revenge against him.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler: If Susan uses the makeshift spear to kill him rather than the mace.]]mace, he's impaled through the neck.



* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:If you answered all of Liz's questions correctly, you'll find a key in her pocket that gives you the option to escape the building, with X still alive. Eventually, that part of the hospital will be demolished, and all the evidence of X's sadism will be buried.]]
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: If Susan kills him, he is either ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice or struck by a saw-blade mace.]]

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* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:If If you answered all of Liz's questions correctly, you'll find a key in her pocket that gives you the option to escape the building, with X still alive. Eventually, that part of the hospital will be demolished, and all the evidence of X's sadism will be buried.]]
buried.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: If Susan kills him, he is either ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice or struck by a saw-blade mace.]]



* MadDoctor
* NothingPersonal: [[spoiler:He tells Susan that he would have let her go [[KilledToUpholdTheMasquerade if it wasn't for Liz]].]]

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* MadDoctor
MadDoctor: Doctor Xavier Zelmann, PhD. His degree is on the wall of his office. Quite good at his work, as evidenced with his discussion with Susan. Also an insane killer who enjoys listening to the sounds of women's screams and then recreating Renaissance-era art with the bodies of his victims, comprised of patients and staff at the Cedar Lake Hospital.
* NothingPersonal: [[spoiler:He He tells Susan that he would have let her go [[KilledToUpholdTheMasquerade if it wasn't for Liz]].]]



* ExtremeDoormat: Implied. He appears to do everything his wife asks him, up to and including [[spoiler: putting his gas mask in his van.]]
* GunNut: Owns a collection of guns. [[spoiler: He leaves his favourite pistol behind for Susan to kill herself after she is blinded, not knowing that she is functionally immortal and can come back with her sight intact.]]

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* ExtremeDoormat: Implied. He appears to do everything his wife asks him, up to and including [[spoiler: putting his gas mask in his van.]]
van like she asks him.
* GunNut: Owns a collection of guns. [[spoiler: He leaves his favourite pistol behind for Susan to kill herself after she is blinded, not knowing that she is functionally immortal and can come back with her sight intact.]]intact. His shotgun is also taken from him by Susan after his death and used to kill his wife.



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler: Susan uses his pesticide to create a DeadlyGas with which she poisons him, and she wears his gas mask to protect herself while she does it.]]

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler: Susan uses his pesticide to create a DeadlyGas with which she poisons him, and she wears his gas mask to protect herself while she does it.]]



* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Susan fills his room with [[DeadlyGas toxic gas]].]]
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler: He leaves his pistol for Susan to kill herself after Gladys blinds her, but purposefully leaves it just out of reach.]]

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* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Susan fills his room with [[DeadlyGas toxic gas]].]]
gas]].
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler: He leaves his pistol for Susan to kill herself after Gladys blinds her, but purposefully leaves it just out of reach.]]



* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler: When Susan walks into his gas-filled room, he briefly rises from the ground and grapples with her for his gun. She knocks him down, and he immediately succumbs thereafter.]]

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* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler: When Susan walks into his gas-filled room, he briefly rises from the ground and grapples with her for his gun. She knocks him down, and he immediately succumbs thereafter.]]thereafter.
* UnholyMatrimony: He and his wife are very much in love, and they're both depraved cannibals.



* AnAxeToGrind: Almost never seen without her meat cleaver. [[spoiler: If Susan runs into her without a weapon, she gets hacked to death.]]
* DullSurprise: [[spoiler:Despite Susan being supposed to be blind or dead at the time, the wife seems rather unsurprised to see her walking about, not that it helps Susan's case.]]
--> '''Gladys''': [[spoiler:"Look what the cat's dragged in... Again."]]

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* AnAxeToGrind: Almost never seen without her meat cleaver. [[spoiler: If Susan runs into her without a weapon, she gets hacked to death.]]
death.
* DullSurprise: [[spoiler:Despite Despite Susan being supposed to be blind or dead at the time, the wife seems rather unsurprised to see her walking about, not that it helps Susan's case.]]
case.
--> '''Gladys''': [[spoiler:"Look Look what the cat's dragged in... Again."]]



* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Susan shoots her in the chest with [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter her husband's shotgun]] after she ambushes Susan in the yard.]]

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* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Susan shoots her in the chest with [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter her husband's shotgun]] after she ambushes Susan in the yard.]]



* {{Yandere}}: Sees any women speaking with her husband and assumes they're trying to seduce him. She's violently protective of their relationship. When she thinks Susan tried to seduce her husband, [[spoiler: she pours bleach in her eyes.]]

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* UnholyMatrimony: She and her husband are very much in love, and they're both depraved cannibals.
* {{Yandere}}: Sees any women speaking with her husband and assumes they're trying to seduce him. She's violently protective of their relationship. When she thinks Susan tried to seduce her husband, [[spoiler: she pours bleach in her eyes.]]



Unlike every other parasite, nothing is known about this man. He shows up at Susan's door in Chapter 5 with flowers, then bashes her and Mitzi in the head with a hammer and [[spoiler: duct tapes them both in the bathtub with the intent to hang Mitzi and force Susan to play the piano.]]

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Unlike every other parasite, nothing is known about this man. He shows up at Susan's door in Chapter 5 with flowers, then bashes her and Mitzi in the head with a hammer and [[spoiler: duct tapes them both in the bathtub with the intent to hang Mitzi and force Susan to play the piano.]]
piano.



* CutsceneBoss: [[spoiler: Susan doesn't have to do anything for him to wind up dead.]]

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* CutsceneBoss: [[spoiler: Susan doesn't have to do anything for him to wind up dead.]]



* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler: Heavily implied to be Susan's stalker, who sent her flowers once a week.]]
* IfICantHaveYou: [[spoiler: If he was Susan's stalker as is possibly implied, he most likely visited Susan's flat for the purpose of murdering her for rejecting his love.]]
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Susan's cats kill and eat him.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler: Heavily implied to be Susan's stalker, who sent her flowers once a week.]]
week.
* IfICantHaveYou: [[spoiler: If he was Susan's stalker as is possibly implied, he most likely visited Susan's flat for the purpose of murdering her for rejecting his love.]]
love.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Susan's cats kill and eat him.]]



* OutsideContextProblem / DiabolusExNihilo: Unlike every other Parasite, he has no clear ties to the story, simply showing up at Susan's door at random and taking her and Mitzi hostage for nebulous purposes. [[spoiler: He might be Susan's stalker, but this is never determined.]]
* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Forcing Susan to play the piano attracts her cats, which attack and kill him.]]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Nothing is concretely known about him and his arc is the shortest of all the Parasites, but [[spoiler: his actions give Susan the presence of mind to finally fill Mitzi (and the audience) in on [[CynicismCatalyst her past]], and the encounter firmly solidifies Mitzi as Susan's best friend.]]
** [[spoiler: Moreover, if he is Susan's stalker as it is implied, then his habit of sending her flowers every week makes him the indirect cause of Zoey's death, Eric's suicide and Susan's depression.]]
* TheUnfought: [[spoiler: Unlike every other Parasite, he is not directly hurt by Susan or Mitzi; instead, while the women are both in danger, Susan's cats jump out of nowhere and tear him to pieces.]]

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* OutsideContextProblem / DiabolusExNihilo: Unlike every other Parasite, he has no clear ties to the story, simply showing up at Susan's door at random and taking her and Mitzi hostage for nebulous purposes. [[spoiler: He might be Susan's stalker, but this is never determined.]]
determined.
* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Forcing Susan to play the piano attracts her cats, which attack and kill him.]]
him.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Nothing is concretely known about him and his arc is the shortest of all the Parasites, but [[spoiler: his actions give Susan the presence of mind to finally fill Mitzi (and the audience) in on [[CynicismCatalyst her past]], and the encounter firmly solidifies Mitzi as Susan's best friend.]]
friend.
** [[spoiler: Moreover, if he is Susan's stalker as it is implied, then his habit of sending her flowers every week makes him the indirect cause of Zoey's death, Eric's suicide and Susan's depression.]]
depression.
* TheUnfought: [[spoiler: Unlike every other Parasite, he is not directly hurt by Susan or Mitzi; instead, while the women are both in danger, Susan's cats jump out of nowhere and tear him to pieces.]]



!!The Eye of Adam / [[spoiler: Adam]]

The fifth and last parasite, encountered in Chapter 7. A spiteful person who tempts people into suicide using an Internet forum, [[spoiler: he relies completely on his father to take care of him as his body is completely paralyzed except for his eyeball. Using a computer controlled by his eye movements, he is able to communicate and control various things in his apartment. He convinced Mitzi's boyfriend Jack, who was devastated when he heard of her cancer, to commit suicide by inhaling hydrogen sulfide. Though he failed to convince her to do so with him, Jack killed himself in his car]]. This led Mitzi to devote her last months of life to hunting him down.

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!!The Eye of Adam / [[spoiler: Adam]]

Adam

The fifth and last parasite, encountered in Chapter 7. A spiteful person who tempts people into suicide using an Internet forum, [[spoiler: he relies completely on his father to take care of him as his body is completely paralyzed except for his eyeball. Using a computer controlled by his eye movements, he is able to communicate and control various things in his apartment. He convinced Mitzi's boyfriend Jack, who was devastated when he heard of her cancer, to commit suicide by inhaling hydrogen sulfide. Though he failed to convince her to do so with him, Jack killed himself in his car]].car. This led Mitzi to devote her last months of life to hunting him down.



* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: His fate after being disconnected from his computers and presumably being sent to a nursing home for the rest of his life.]]
* BigBad: More from Mitzi's perspective than Susan's, as his connection with her is more personal, as he is the one [[spoiler: that caused Mitzi's boyfriend to commit suicide out of grief upon discovering that his girlfriend is terminally ill]].
* CruelMercy: [[spoiler: Should Susan stop Mitzi from killing him and prevent the room from exploding, they leave him alone without any more assistance due to his only living relative being dead, and it is assumed that he is taken away into a nursing home under constant surveillance, where he will never see a computer screen again.]]
* DeathSeeker: [[spoiler: He leads Mitzi to his apartment so that she can kill him. However, [[TakingYouWithMe he isn't planning on dying alone]].]]
* EvilCripple: [[spoiler: Is completely paralyzed, leaving him incapable of doing anything except moving his eyeball in order to use an eyepiece that directly controls the computer.]]
* FateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler: He suffers this if Susan convinces Mitzi to spare him. See CruelMercy.]]

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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: His fate after being disconnected from his computers and presumably being sent to a nursing home for the rest of his life.]]
life.
* BigBad: More from Mitzi's perspective than Susan's, as his connection with her is more personal, as he is the one [[spoiler: that caused Mitzi's boyfriend to commit suicide out of grief upon discovering that his girlfriend is terminally ill]].
ill.
* CruelMercy: [[spoiler: Should Susan stop Mitzi from killing him and prevent the room from exploding, they leave him alone without any more assistance due to his only living relative being dead, and it is assumed that he is taken away into a nursing home under constant surveillance, where he will never see a computer screen again.]]
again.
* DeathSeeker: [[spoiler: He leads Mitzi to his apartment so that she can kill him. However, [[TakingYouWithMe he isn't planning on dying alone]].]]
alone]].
* EvilCripple: [[spoiler: Is completely paralyzed, leaving him incapable of doing anything except moving his eyeball in order to use an eyepiece that directly controls the computer.]]
computer.
* FateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler: He suffers this if Susan convinces Mitzi to spare him. See CruelMercy.]]



* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler: Because he is paralyzed, his eye is all that is left of him, thus the name 'The Eye of Adam'.]]
* NeverHurtAnInnocent: [[spoiler: Instructs his victims on ways to end their lives while ensuring that nobody else will get hurt in the process. It's not clear if this is out of principle, or simply to [[PragmaticVillainy avoid drawing attention to himself]].]]
** [[spoiler: Mitzi implies that this just part of his ideology, knowing his victim died willingly.]]
* {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler: He floods the apartment with [[DeadlyGas toxic gas]], killing his father. This comes back to bite him if he fails to convince Mitzi to kill him and set off a leaking oxygen gas that will also kill her as well.]]
* StrikeMeDown: [[spoiler: He spends his entire "conversation" with Mitzi ordering her to pull the trigger.]]
* TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler: Taunts Mitzi into pulling the trigger on him, which would result in the room going up in flames due the gas leak, thus allowing him to get the last laugh. It's up to Susan whether she goes through with this or not.]]
* {{Troll}}: He takes pleasure in pushing people into killing themselves, very much like how an internet troll would continuously torment others for their own amusement. This is what motivates Mitzi into seeking him out and confronting him in person. [[spoiler: Even with a gun aimed at his face, he continues to goad Mitzi into killing him while ensuring that Mitzi's shooting him dead would result in her death as well.]]

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* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler: Because he is paralyzed, his eye is all that is left of him, thus the name 'The Eye of Adam'.]]
Adam'.
* NeverHurtAnInnocent: [[spoiler: Instructs his victims on ways to end their lives while ensuring that nobody else will get hurt in the process. It's not clear if this is out of principle, or simply to [[PragmaticVillainy avoid drawing attention to himself]].]]
** [[spoiler:
Mitzi implies that this just part of his ideology, knowing his victim died willingly.]]
willingly.
* OverarchingVillain: Unlike the other parasites, Adam's influence begins to be felt throughout the story after Mitzi joins Susan.
* {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler: He floods the apartment with [[DeadlyGas toxic gas]], killing his father. This comes back to bite him if he fails to convince Mitzi to kill him and set off a leaking oxygen gas that will also kill her as well.]]
well.
* StrikeMeDown: [[spoiler: He spends his entire "conversation" with Mitzi ordering her to pull the trigger.]]
trigger.
* TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler: Taunts Mitzi into pulling the trigger on him, which would result in the room going up in flames due the gas leak, thus allowing him to get the last laugh. It's up to Susan whether she goes through with this or not.]]
not.
* {{Troll}}: He takes pleasure in pushing people into killing themselves, very much like how an internet troll would continuously torment others for their own amusement. This is what motivates Mitzi into seeking him out and confronting him in person. [[spoiler: Even with a gun aimed at his face, he continues to goad Mitzi into killing him while ensuring that Mitzi's shooting him dead would result in her death as well.]]


** Averted: it turns out the Lorelai controlled by the player is a different person and yet another victim of the Queen of Maggots. [[spoiler:Although near the end of the game, the Queen of Maggots does appear to Lorelai looking just like her and implies they may be the same being. It's... complicated.]]

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** Averted: it turns out the Lorelai controlled by the player is a different person and yet another victim of the Queen of Maggots. [[spoiler:Although she tells Lorelai that she plans to turn her into the next Queen of Maggots and, near the end of the game, the Queen of Maggots she does appear to Lorelai looking just like her. However, since she's associated with depression, her and implies they may using Lorelai's appearance could be the same being. It's... complicated.simply an indication that part of her will always live on within Lorelai.]]

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* OurDemonsAreDifferent: She looks exactly like an old human lady, albeit creepy and ghostly. [[spoiler: Her true form is actually a gigantic monster with huge maggot-like tentacles, snacking dead corpses.]]


* AnthropomorphicPersonification: [[spoiler: It's heavily hinted at that she's depression incarnate. Susan, at least, comes to this conclusion in the end. In Lorelai, the Queen reveals that she was born from the wicked hearts of humanity, technically making her the embodiment of Evil.]]

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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: [[spoiler: It's heavily hinted at that she's depression incarnate. Susan, at least, comes to this conclusion in the end. In Lorelai, the Queen reveals that she was born from out of darkness to burrow her tunnels deep in the wicked hearts of humanity, human hearts, technically making her the embodiment of Evil.evil and depression.]]


* SatanicArchetype: A ruler of an unpleasant afterworld, she grants you immortality in exchange for the sacrifices of human souls and given you the task of killing evil psychopathic murderers and manipulating the lives of depressed people.

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* SatanicArchetype: A ruler of an unpleasant afterworld, she grants you immortality in exchange for the sacrifices of human souls and given you the task of killing evil psychopathic murderers and manipulating the lives of depressed people. [[spoiler: She is in fact the Devil herself, or at least the closet equivalent to it.]]


* ManipulativeBitch: [[spoiler: She is the one who actually pulling the strings of depression on the mortal realm.]]

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* ManipulativeBitch: [[spoiler: She is the one who actually pulling the strings of depression on the mortal realm.]] realm, playing dreadful games of destiny and tricking humans into it.]]


* SatanicArchetype: A ruler of an unpleasant afterworld, she grants you immortality in exchange for the sacrifices of human souls and given you the task of killing evil psychopathic murderers.
* AnthropomorphicPersonification: [[spoiler: It's heavily hinted at that she's depression incarnate. Susan, at least, comes to this conclusion in the end.]]

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* SatanicArchetype: A ruler of an unpleasant afterworld, she grants you immortality in exchange for the sacrifices of human souls and given you the task of killing evil psychopathic murderers.
murderers and manipulating the lives of depressed people.
* AnthropomorphicPersonification: [[spoiler: It's heavily hinted at that she's depression incarnate. Susan, at least, comes to this conclusion in the end.]] In Lorelai, the Queen reveals that she was born from the wicked hearts of humanity, technically making her the embodiment of Evil.]]
* ManipulativeBitch: [[spoiler: She is the one who actually pulling the strings of depression on the mortal realm.]]


A mysterious old woman who appears in the afterlife to grant Susan ResurrectiveImmortality in exchange for becoming her executioner. She also appears in ''VideoGame/{{Downfall}}''.

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A mysterious old woman who appears in the afterlife to grant Susan ResurrectiveImmortality in exchange for becoming her executioner. She also appears in ''VideoGame/{{Downfall}}''.''VideoGame/{{Downfall}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Lorelai}}''.



* VillainProtagonist: In the new game ''VideoGame/{{Lorelai}}'', you will play as a young woman with a red flower on her hairs who named Lorelai. She is believed to be the Queen of Maggots herself before she get screwed up.
** Averted: it turns out the Lorelai controlled by the player is a different person and yet another victim of the Queen of Maggots. [[spoiler:Although near the end of the game, the Queen of Maggots does appear to Lorelai looking just like her and implying they may be the same being. It's... complicated.]]


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* VillainProtagonist: In the new game ''VideoGame/{{Lorelai}}'', you will play as a young woman with a red flower on her hairs who named Lorelai. She is believed to be the Queen of Maggots herself before she get screwed up.
** Averted: it turns out the Lorelai controlled by the player is a different person and yet another victim of the Queen of Maggots. [[spoiler:Although near the end of the game, the Queen of Maggots does appear to Lorelai looking just like her and implies they may be the same being. It's... complicated.]]


* VillainProtagonist: In the new game Lorelai, you will play as a young woman with a red flower on her hairs who named Lorelai. She is believed to be the Queen of Maggots herself before she get screwed up.

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* VillainProtagonist: In the new game Lorelai, ''VideoGame/{{Lorelai}}'', you will play as a young woman with a red flower on her hairs who named Lorelai. She is believed to be the Queen of Maggots herself before she get screwed up. up.
** Averted: it turns out the Lorelai controlled by the player is a different person and yet another victim of the Queen of Maggots. [[spoiler:Although near the end of the game, the Queen of Maggots does appear to Lorelai looking just like her and implying they may be the same being. It's... complicated.]]

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* MasterOfUnlocking: Inherited by her expert locksmith father.


* Determinator: Culminates near the ending, where she can refuse the Queen of Maggot’s help and resurrect without exchanging a life under her own power. The only explanation is she was just too stubborn to die.

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* Determinator: {{Determinator}}: Culminates near the ending, where she can refuse the Queen of Maggot’s help and resurrect without exchanging a life under her own power. The only explanation is she was just too stubborn to die.

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