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* SurgicalImpersonation: In the mission "Face Off", Aldini is commissioned to disguise sleeper agents as Morninglight-affiliated actors in order to curtail the cult's forays into Hollywood. For good measure, if you end up picking the wrong agents for the task, Aldini is also hired in order to make repairs when the would-be-actors go insane and tear their faces off.


[[folder: London]]
[[WMG: D.I. Shelley]]

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!London
[[folder: London]]
[[WMG:
D.I. Shelley]]




[[WMG: The Fallen King]]

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The Fallen King]]




[[WMG: John Galahad]]

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[[folder:
John Galahad]]




[[WMG: Callie James]]

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Callie James]]




[[WMG: Mama Abena]]

--> Voiced by: Elisabeth Uter



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[[WMG: David Screed]]

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[[folder: New York]]

[[WMG:
Mama Abena]]

--> Voiced by: Elisabeth Uter

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!New York

[[folder:
David Screed]]




[[WMG: Dr. Anton Aldini]]

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[[folder:
Dr. Anton Aldini]]



[[folder: Seoul]]
[[WMG: Assistant Inspector Kim Yong-Bae]]

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!Seoul
[[folder: Seoul]]
[[WMG:
Assistant Inspector Kim Yong-Bae]]




[[WMG: Park Dong-Min]]

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Park Dong-Min]]




[[WMG: Kang-Ye-Jinn]]

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Kang-Ye-Jinn]]





*** Even David's claim Pac-Man is Illuminati propaganda may not be so far-fetched as it seems at first glance, as Kirsten Geary claims that, [[HollywoodCalifornia not only does the Illuminati run Hollywood]], [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy they've also had hands in much of America's pop culture to spread their message]], such as ElvisPresley.

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*** Even David's claim Pac-Man is Illuminati propaganda may not be so far-fetched as it seems at first glance, as Kirsten Geary claims that, [[HollywoodCalifornia not only does the Illuminati run Hollywood]], [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy they've also had hands in much of America's pop culture to spread their message]], such as ElvisPresley.Music/ElvisPresley.


* FamousAncestor: Giovanni Aldini, Dr Aldini's great-great-great-great-grandfather, was actually the inspiration for Doctor {{Frankenstein}}--hence the reason why Aldini calls his surgery "The Modern Prometheus."

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* FamousAncestor: Giovanni Aldini, Dr Aldini's great-great-great-great-grandfather, was actually the inspiration for Doctor {{Frankenstein}}--hence Film/{{Frankenstein|1931}}--hence the reason why Aldini calls his surgery "The Modern Prometheus."

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* NeedleInAStackOfNeedles: Ironically, Screed is unknowingly part of the coverup mechanism the Illuminati use to disguise the Secret World, which involves judicious use of this trope; basically, they ensure that he and other conspiracy theorists publish as many of their theories as possible, the crazier the better. That way, if any real snippets of info leak out, they'll be lost in the mass of bullshit that Screed and the others have propagated.
* TheParanoiac: Though he's certainly ProperlyParanoid when it comes to the Illuminati, Screed fulfils several points on the criteria list for Paranoid Personality Disorder: he's suspicious and cynical beyond even the rational limits set by being aware of the Illuminati; he's aggressive and often hostile in conversations; he's a control freak in regards to his girlfriend, taking frequent notes on her day-to-day activities in the belief that she's an Illuminati android; he's self-important enough to believe that his magazine is the last bastion of hope against the Illuminati, and that he's dangerous enough to need supervision by an android... and of course, his many, many conspiracy theories.


A former pro-gamer who has been accused of stealing millions of Korean ''won'' in a gaming championship scandal, and has been in hiding since. He plays a role during a Dragon mission to gain intel on the Orochi Group.

* FrameUp: A victim of this: after Park [[spoiler: bailed out of the Prometheus Initiative]], he was framed for a gaming championship scandal worth millions. Since then, he's taken to hiding in a PC Cafe... right above the police station, [[LampshadeHanging an irony he himself points out]].

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A former pro-gamer who has been accused of stealing millions of Korean ''won'' in a gaming championship scandal, and has been in hiding since. He plays a role during a Dragon mission to gain intel on the Orochi Group.

* FrameUp: A victim of this: after Park [[spoiler: bailed out of the Prometheus Initiative]], he was framed for a gaming championship scandal worth millions. Since then, he's taken to hiding in a PC Cafe... right above the police station, [[LampshadeHanging an irony he himself points out]].



A Korean Catholic nun who was investigating the disappearance of children in Seoul, including youths from her ministry. The Dragon helped her investigation, by giving three train tickets in different directions. The one Kang chose led her to an Orochi test clinic... [[spoiler: and showed the AwfulTruth of what happened to her missing children.]]

* AdultFear: In "End Game", it's revealed that [[spoiler: the Morninglight and the Orochi Group have been taking away countless kids not just from Kang's ministry, but also from all over Seoul. She's tried to take this up with the police, [[PoliceAreUseless but they're either too dismisive Morninglight, or are too scared of the Orochi Group, to investigate any further]]. The Dragon were able to show her the AwfulTruth of what ''one'' facility of the Prometheus Initiative was doing to the missing kids, [[GoMadFromTheRevelation it utterly horrified Kang]], to the point [[FridgeHorror she only HOPES the other facilities the Dragon could have shown her couldn't be as bad as the one she saw]]... oh, and to rub salt in the wound, there aren't any signs ANY of the Korean candidates inducted into the Prometheus Initiative are free, or even alive, from Orochi]].
* RaisedCatholic: Is a Catholic nun, although not falling into any of the HollywoodNuns tropes, and still professes her belief in God... [[GoMadFromTheRevelation although it's not helping her with what she's seen from the Prometheus Initiative]].

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A Korean Catholic nun who was investigating the disappearance of children in Seoul, including youths from her ministry. The Dragon helped her investigation, by giving three train tickets in different directions. directions. The one Kang chose led her to an Orochi test clinic... [[spoiler: and showed the AwfulTruth of what happened to her missing children.]]

* AdultFear: In "End Game", it's revealed that [[spoiler: the Morninglight and the Orochi Group have been taking away countless kids not just from Kang's ministry, but also from all over Seoul. She's tried to take this up with the police, [[PoliceAreUseless but they're either too dismisive Morninglight, or are too scared of the Orochi Group, to investigate any further]]. further]]. The Dragon were able to show her the AwfulTruth of what ''one'' facility of the Prometheus Initiative was doing to the missing kids, [[GoMadFromTheRevelation it utterly horrified Kang]], to the point [[FridgeHorror she only HOPES the other facilities the Dragon could have shown her couldn't be as bad as the one she saw]]... oh, and to rub salt in the wound, there aren't any signs ANY of the Korean candidates inducted into the Prometheus Initiative are free, or even alive, from Orochi]].
* RaisedCatholic: Is a Catholic nun, although not falling into any of the HollywoodNuns tropes, and still professes her belief in God... [[GoMadFromTheRevelation although it's not helping her with what she's seen from from]] [[spoiler: [[PlayingWithSyringes the Prometheus Initiative]].
Initiative]].]]


* FrameUp: A victim of this: after Park [[spoiler: bailed out of the Prometheus Initiative]], he was framed for a gaming championship scandal worth millions. Since then, he's taken to hiding in a PC Cafe... right above the police station, [[LampshadeHanging an irony he himself points out]].

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A former pro-gamer who has been accused of stealing millions of Korean ''won'' in a gaming championship scandal, and has been in hiding since. He plays a role during a Dragon mission to gain intel on the Orochi Group.

* FrameUp: A victim of this: after Park [[spoiler: bailed out of the Prometheus Initiative]], he was framed for a gaming championship scandal worth millions. Since then, he's taken to hiding in a PC Cafe... right above the police station, [[LampshadeHanging an irony he himself points out]].



* AdultFear: In "End Game", it's revealed that [[spoiler: the Morninglight and the Orochi Group have been taking away countless kids not just from Kang's ministry, but also from all over Seoul. She's tried to take this up with the police, [[PoliceAreUseless but they're either too dismisive Morninglight, or are too scared of the Orochi Group, to investigate any further]]. The Dragon were able to show her the AwfulTruth of what ''one'' facility of the Prometheus Initiative was doing to the missing kids, [[GoMadFromTheRevelation it utterly horrified Kang]], to the point [[FridgeHorror she only HOPES the other facilities the Dragon could have shown her couldn't be as bad as the one she saw]]... oh, and to rub salt in the wound, there aren't any signs ANY of the Korean candidates inducted into the Prometheus Initiative are free, or even alive, from Orochi]].

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A Korean Catholic nun who was investigating the disappearance of children in Seoul, including youths from her ministry. The Dragon helped her investigation, by giving three train tickets in different directions. The one Kang chose led her to an Orochi test clinic... [[spoiler: and showed the AwfulTruth of what happened to her missing children.]]

* AdultFear: In "End Game", it's revealed that [[spoiler: the Morninglight and the Orochi Group have been taking away countless kids not just from Kang's ministry, but also from all over Seoul. She's tried to take this up with the police, [[PoliceAreUseless but they're either too dismisive Morninglight, or are too scared of the Orochi Group, to investigate any further]]. further]]. The Dragon were able to show her the AwfulTruth of what ''one'' facility of the Prometheus Initiative was doing to the missing kids, [[GoMadFromTheRevelation it utterly horrified Kang]], to the point [[FridgeHorror she only HOPES the other facilities the Dragon could have shown her couldn't be as bad as the one she saw]]... oh, and to rub salt in the wound, there aren't any signs ANY of the Korean candidates inducted into the Prometheus Initiative are free, or even alive, from Orochi]].


*** Even David's claim Pac-Man is Illuminati propaganda may not be so far-fetched as it seems at first glance, as Kirsten Geary claims that, [[HollywoodCalifornia not only does the Illuminati run Hollywood]], [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy they've also had hands in much of America's pop culture to spread their message]], such as ElvisPresley.



** [[spoiler: It's hinted in the Dragon Mission Report for the "Crossroad of the Worlds" Raid that the Dragon is also providing intel to David, and protecting his site from being shut down ([[UnwittingPawn not that he knows any of it]]), [[SpannerInTheWorks all to keep stirring up the pot of chaos, as per their want]].]]



** The worst part? The friend that took the photo? That's Leah, ''the Illuminati sysadmin.''

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** The worst part? The friend that took the photo? That's Leah, Leah Cassini, ''the Illuminati sysadmin.''



[[WMG: Dr Aldini]]

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[[WMG: Dr Dr. Anton Aldini]]




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* FrameUp: A victim of this: after Park [[spoiler: bailed out of the Prometheus Initiative]], he was framed for a gaming championship scandal worth millions. Since then, he's taken to hiding in a PC Cafe... right above the police station, [[LampshadeHanging an irony he himself points out]].
* MissionControl: Serves as this during the "End Game" mission for the Dragon, guiding the player through an Orochi facility.




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* AdultFear: In "End Game", it's revealed that [[spoiler: the Morninglight and the Orochi Group have been taking away countless kids not just from Kang's ministry, but also from all over Seoul. She's tried to take this up with the police, [[PoliceAreUseless but they're either too dismisive Morninglight, or are too scared of the Orochi Group, to investigate any further]]. The Dragon were able to show her the AwfulTruth of what ''one'' facility of the Prometheus Initiative was doing to the missing kids, [[GoMadFromTheRevelation it utterly horrified Kang]], to the point [[FridgeHorror she only HOPES the other facilities the Dragon could have shown her couldn't be as bad as the one she saw]]... oh, and to rub salt in the wound, there aren't any signs ANY of the Korean candidates inducted into the Prometheus Initiative are free, or even alive, from Orochi]].
* RaisedCatholic: Is a Catholic nun, although not falling into any of the HollywoodNuns tropes, and still professes her belief in God... [[GoMadFromTheRevelation although it's not helping her with what she's seen from the Prometheus Initiative]].


* BerserkButton: Aldini ''really'' hates MaryShelley and [[{{Frankenstein}} her most famous work]], often resorting to Swedish obscenities when referring to her. He doesn't much appreciate being compared to Dr Frankenstein either.

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* BerserkButton: Aldini ''really'' hates MaryShelley Creator/MaryShelley and [[{{Frankenstein}} [[Literature/{{Frankenstein}} her most famous work]], often resorting to Swedish obscenities when referring to her. He doesn't much appreciate being compared to Dr Frankenstein either.


* HospitalHottie: Several attractive nurses can be found on duty at The Modern Prometheus, and Aldini hints that he enjoys regular sex with them... though for some reason, none of them ever speak. More worryingly, [[spoiler: "Just A Flesh Wound" reveals that Aldini has an entire basement infested with zombified nurses. It's never made entirely clear what happened to them: perhaps they were repurposed as test subjects in Aldini's experiments... or maybe they were the ''results'' of the experiments, reanimated corpses ultimately banished to the basement when Aldini lost control of them - which might explain why none of the current crop of nurses ever speak.]] This latter impression only gains more weight in the opening to "The Animate Clay," when [[spoiler: Aldini explains that his latest attempts at creating his "perfect being" were female, and their attempts to speak ended with them vomiting black bile.]]

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* HospitalHottie: Several attractive nurses can be found on duty at The Modern Prometheus, and Aldini hints that he enjoys regular sex with them... though for some reason, none of them ever speak. More worryingly, [[spoiler: "Just A Flesh Wound" reveals that Aldini has an entire basement infested with zombified nurses. It's never made entirely clear what happened to them: perhaps they were repurposed as test subjects in Aldini's experiments... or maybe they were the ''results'' of the experiments, reanimated corpses ultimately banished to the basement when Aldini lost control of them - which might explain why none of the current crop of nurses ever speak.]] This latter impression only gains more weight in the opening to "The Animate Clay," when [[spoiler: Aldini explains that his latest attempts attempt at creating his "perfect being" were was female, and their her attempts to speak ended with them her [[BadBlackBarf vomiting black bile.bile]].]]


* CrazyHomelessPeople
* FishOutOfTemporalWater

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* CrazyHomelessPeople
CrazyHomelessPeople: What he's generally seen as, especially by the Templars and the Ealdwic police.
* FishOutOfTemporalWaterFishOutOfTemporalWater: A distinct possibility, though how he ended up in the 21st century is anyone's guess.



* KnightErrant

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* KnightErrantKnightErrant: Specifically states himself to be this, and given that he's currently homeless, he's technically correct.



* GoodScarsEvilScars: Aldini sports a number of old scars across his face, and true to the trope, is more than a little bit deranged.

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* GoodScarsEvilScars: Aldini sports a number of old scars across his face, and true to the trope, is more than a little bit deranged.


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* GraveRobbing: [[spoiler: Contrary to the Frankenstein image he's ended up cultivating, Aldini doesn't rob the graves himself. Instead, he orders human corpses in bulk from a grave-robbing company, specifically the London-based P. Schuyler and Sons.]]


* AffablyEvil

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* AffablyEvilAffablyEvil: He's undoubtedly a delusional psychopath, but there's no denying that he's also very friendly with customers and guests.



* ForScience

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* ForScienceForScience: As he puts it, most of what he does is "for the sake of beauty and perfection," and "for the sake of science and progress!"
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Aldini sports a number of old scars across his face, and true to the trope, is more than a little bit deranged.


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* SelfSurgery: [[spoiler: Sick and tired of forgetting his account number for P. Schuyler and Sons, Aldini actually went so far as to ''carve the number into the bones of his own wrist.'' Then, he cut a permanent incision in the flesh just above the number, so if he ever had to check in a hurry, all he would need to do was lift the flap of skin and look.]]


* BreakTheCutie: [[spoiler: During "Virgula Divina" it's revealed that Callie was subjected to this not long after discovering her powers. Unable to explain herself to her parents and the police, she decided to reveal the truth to her grandmother instead, believing that she'd be more understanding than anyone else. Unfortunately, "Gran" responded to the confession by having Callie sectioned. Doubly unfortunately, the instituion she was sent to was run by Vali - the Orochi Group's biotech corporation - and instead of being treated as a patient, she was used as a test subject for the Virgula Divina project. On top of being subjected to miserable housing, hellish drug regimes and humiliating experiments, she was ultimately rejected in favour of Emma Smith. As if to add insult to injury, Orochi responded to her failure by throwing her out of Amity House and not even bothering to keep an eye on who she told, because they ''knew'' nobody would believe her. The fact that nobody, not even "the Bad Guys," would accept her was so crushing that just recalling it drives her to tears, though her tears are more out of anger than anything else.]]

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* BreakTheCutie: [[spoiler: During "Virgula Divina" it's revealed that Callie was subjected to this not long after discovering her powers. Unable to explain herself to her parents and the police, she decided to reveal the truth to her grandmother instead, believing that she'd be more understanding than anyone else. Unfortunately, "Gran" responded to the confession by having Callie sectioned. Doubly unfortunately, the instituion she was sent to was run by Vali - the Orochi Group's biotech corporation - and instead of being treated as a patient, she was used as a test subject for the Virgula Divina project. On top After months of being subjected to miserable housing, hellish drug regimes and humiliating experiments, she was ultimately rejected in favour of Emma Smith. As if to add insult to injury, Orochi responded to her failure by throwing her out of Amity House and not even bothering to keep an eye on who she told, because they ''knew'' nobody would believe her. The fact that nobody, not even "the Bad Guys," would accept her was so crushing that just recalling it drives her to tears, though her tears are more out of anger than anything else.]]



* CountryMouse: One of the reasons why she prefers to sleep in the park.

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* CountryMouse: One of the reasons why she prefers to sleep in the park.park, even though the local hotel has offered her a free room.



* RightForTheWrongReasons: A frequent problem of his, as the Dragon observe in "The Broadcast." Occasionally, he manages to discover something genuine, but usually through incorrect facts and misinterpreted evidence: in "Crossroads Of The Worlds," for example, he's absolutely right when he says that the Illuminati are using him to help cover up their activities by ensuring that he gets hold of the information - and ends up making it look ridiculous in the process. He also correctly guesses that the player must already know at least some truth about the Secret World, given that they're still paying attention to his rants. However, he incorrectly assumes that Penny's in on the scheme because she made sarcastic remarks on the latest conspiracy, and completely fails to imagine that the player might actually represent one of the secret societies he lives in fear of.
* {{Robosexual}}: Believes himself to be one of these. Despite firmly believing Penny to be an Illuminati robot, Screed doesn't appear to have ended his love life with her, if "The Broadcast" is any evidence; apparently, a "hot android who knows the Kama Sutra" was simply too much for Screed's paranoia.

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* RightForTheWrongReasons: A frequent problem of his, as the Dragon observe in "The Broadcast." Occasionally, he manages to discover something genuine, but usually through incorrect facts and misinterpreted evidence: in "Crossroads Of The Worlds," for example, he's absolutely right when he says that the Illuminati are using him to help cover up their activities by ensuring that he gets hold of the information - and ends up making it look ridiculous in the process. He also correctly guesses that the player must already know at least some truth about the Secret World, given that they're still paying attention to his rants. However, he incorrectly assumes that Penny's in on came to the scheme first conclusion because she made Penny started making sarcastic remarks on the latest conspiracy, conspiracy - and completely because Screed is still under the impression that Penny is an Illuminati android operative, he assumes that said remarks are all part of the scheme to make the conspiracy look ridiculous. He also fails to imagine that the player might actually represent one of the secret societies he lives in fear of.
* {{Robosexual}}: Believes himself to be one of these. Despite firmly believing Penny to be an Illuminati robot, Screed doesn't appear to have ended his love life with her, if "The Broadcast" is any evidence; apparently, a "hot android who knows the Kama Sutra" was simply too much for Screed's paranoia.Screed to resist.



A back-alley plastic surgeon and the owner of The Modern Prometheus--one of two ways for players to alter their appearance during the game.

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A back-alley plastic surgeon and maverick scientist, Anton Aldini has devoted himself to the owner study of The paraplasticism and the creation of new life - having vowed to sculpt a new breed of humanity from the bodies of the dead. However, with his ambitions largely unaccepted by fellow scientists, he's been forced to fund his operation through offering plastic surgery to fellow Secret Worlders; as such, Aldini has taken over an abandoned slaughterhouse and repurposed it as his surgery, dubbing it "The Modern Prometheus--one Prometheus" - one of two ways for players to alter their appearance during the game.



* EvilLaugh

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* EvilLaughEvilLaugh: Sports an impressive chortle that he likes to make use of in times of celebration.



* HospitalHottie: Several attractive nurses can be found on duty at The Modern Prometheus, and Aldini hints that he enjoys regular sex with them... though for some reason, none of them ever speak. More worryingly, [[spoiler: "Just A Flesh Wound" reveals that Aldini has an entire basement infested with zombified nurses. It's never made entirely clear what happened to them: perhaps they were repurposed as test subjects in Aldini's experiments... or maybe they were the ''results'' of the experiments, reanimated corpses ultimately banished to the basement when Aldini lost control of them - which might explain why none of the current crop of nurses ever speak.]]
* {{Keet}}
* LargeHam

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* HospitalHottie: Several attractive nurses can be found on duty at The Modern Prometheus, and Aldini hints that he enjoys regular sex with them... though for some reason, none of them ever speak. More worryingly, [[spoiler: "Just A Flesh Wound" reveals that Aldini has an entire basement infested with zombified nurses. It's never made entirely clear what happened to them: perhaps they were repurposed as test subjects in Aldini's experiments... or maybe they were the ''results'' of the experiments, reanimated corpses ultimately banished to the basement when Aldini lost control of them - which might explain why none of the current crop of nurses ever speak.]] This latter impression only gains more weight in the opening to "The Animate Clay," when [[spoiler: Aldini explains that his latest attempts at creating his "perfect being" were female, and their attempts to speak ended with them vomiting black bile.]]
* {{Keet}}
{{Keet}}: The good doctor spends most of his cutscenes in constant motion, swaggering, dancing, gesturing with his hacksaw, and posturing grandly - apparently finding it impossible to stand still unless he's actively operating on someone.
* LargeHamLargeHam: Gleefully chews the scenery with just about every single line of dialogue, wether he's expounding on his own genius or just ranting in Swedish.



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* MadDoctorMadDoctor: More specifically, a mad ''plastic surgeon.'' Granted, he's never yet murdered a patient. [[spoiler: In fact, the only person he's known to have murdered is his own father.]]


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* NeverMyFault: Upon discovering that one of his experimental "perfect beings" has escaped the building during the intro to "The Animate Clay," Aldini promptly blames you for harvesting the defective materials that he believes led to his creation's rebellion. Quite apart from the fact that he previously found nothing wrong with the materials you harvested way back in "Just A Flesh Wound," [[spoiler: it's later revealed that he's lying through his teeth: the perfect being wasn't made from anything you collected, but from the corpse of Aldini's own father - murdered ''and'' harvested by Dr Aldini himself.]]
* {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler: Not only did Aldini murder his own father, but he also incorporated Paulo Aldini's corpse into his experiments - gradually reanimating him as his latest "perfect being." During "The Animate Clay," Anton hires the player to hunt down his father and kill him again.]]


* CreepyBasement: The Modern Prometheus boasts a sizeable basement [[spoiler: that's currently swarming with zombified nurses; worse still, an entire corridor of the place has been overtaken by a growing blob of flesh.]]

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* CreepyBasement: CreepyBasement / [[spoiler: RoomFullOfZombies]]: The Modern Prometheus boasts a sizeable basement [[spoiler: that's currently swarming with zombified nurses; worse still, an entire corridor of the place has been overtaken by a growing blob of flesh.]]


* WideEyedIdealist: This is part of the reason she hasn't joined the Templars, as they aren't exactly the Shining Knights she's looking for.

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* WideEyedIdealist: This is part one of the reason reasons she hasn't joined the Templars, as they aren't exactly the Shining Knights she's looking for.



* BerserkButton: Aldini ''really'' hates Mary Shelley and [[Frankenstein her most famous work]], often resorting to Swedish obscenities when referring to her. He doesn't much appreciate being compared to Dr Frankenstein either.
* CreepyBasement: The Modern Prometheus boasts a sizeable basement [[spoiler: that's currently swarming with zombified nurses; worse still, an entire corridor of the place has been overtaken by a growing blob of flesh.

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* BerserkButton: Aldini ''really'' hates Mary Shelley MaryShelley and [[Frankenstein [[{{Frankenstein}} her most famous work]], often resorting to Swedish obscenities when referring to her. He doesn't much appreciate being compared to Dr Frankenstein either.
* CreepyBasement: The Modern Prometheus boasts a sizeable basement [[spoiler: that's currently swarming with zombified nurses; worse still, an entire corridor of the place has been overtaken by a growing blob of flesh.]]

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