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Male Students

    B027: Theodore Fletcher 
B027: Theodore Fletcher
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    B028: Sean Mulcahy 
B028: Sean Mulcahy
    B029: Matt Masters 
B029: Matt Masters
    B030: Luca Johanssen 
B030: Luca Johanssen
    B031: Mark Little 
B031: Mark Little
    B032: Rutherford "R.J" Roger Jr. 
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B032: Rutherford Roger Jr.
Designated Weapon: MAT-49 (SMG)
Conclusion: This one's a study in contrasts. He's got the right skills to stand a chance, but the wrong attitude. Still, there's enough of an edge that I think he may be able to overcome it for a time. I'd say a more-skilled Eddie Sullivan than a more-pathetic Bryan Calvert, though. - Christina Stockton
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    B033: Jason Meyers 
B033: Jason Meyers
    B034: Joey Caputo 
B034: Joey Caputo
    B035: Ray Gilbert 
B035: Ray Gilbert
    B036: Benjamin Ward 
B036: Benjamin Ward
    B037: Ian Williams 
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B037: Ian Williams
Designated Weapon: Polaroid Instant Camera With Film (Enough for 8 photographs)
Conclusion: We'll see how this goes. B037 should be fine without a weapon, but I just don't see good things in his future. Call it a gut hunch. - Christina Stockton
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    B038: Brian Zhdanovich 
B038: Brian Zhdanovich
    B039: Takeshi Yoshikawa 
B039: Takeshi Yoshikawa
    B040: Tyler Lucas 
B040: Tyler Lucas
    B041: Virgil Jefferson-Davis 
B041: Virgil Jefferson-Davis
Designated Weapon: Saiga-12
Conclusion: Virgil Jefferson-Davis? Shouldn't he be, like, gunning down zombie slaves in Limbo or something? I'd totally watch that movie, by the way. We'll talk if you get out of here, B041. Which, I've got to say, seems not totally unlikely. Which is basically like really freaking likely in this game. Man, I wonder if I can get royalties... - Andrew Denning


    B042: Arthur Wells 
B042: Arthur Wells
    B043: Adonis Alba 
B043: Adonis Alba
    B044: Travis Webster 
B044: Travis Webster
    B045: Juhan Levendi 
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B045: Juhan Levendi
Designated Weapon: Party Bag (contains a noisemaker, party hat, two single-serving bags of candy, and a Hotwheels car)
Conclusion: Hey when he dies, I call dibs on the car, okay? I collect those. - Elias Östberg
    B046: Xavier Contel 
B046: Xavier Contel
    B047: Marcus Leung 
B047: Marcus Leung
    B048: Corey Esposito 
B048: Corey Esposito
    B049: Maynard Francis Hurst 
B049: Maynard Francis Hurst
    B050: Clayton Leven 
B050: Clayton Leven
    B051: Gavin Hunter 
B051: Gavin Hunter

Female Students

    G026: Nina Clarke 
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G026: Nina Clarke
Designated Weapon: Pistol Dagger
Conclusion: It... is a gun. Well kind've. Not really. But hey, the not-really-a-gun may help her get an actual gun, and until then G26 actually has the skills to keep herself going. ...That was almost positive. I must be going soft. - Jim Greynolds
    G027: Amaranta Montalvo 
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G027: Amaranta "Mara" Montalvo
Designated Weapon: Seattle Seahawks Football Helmet
Conclusion: A useless weapon is a bad sign for an otherwise fairly promising contender. If she overcomes it, she may be able to to go a good ways. I think, though, she's more likely to fall victim to someone she's offended and not last far enough into the game to regain control. She's not as superior as she thinks, that's for sure. - Christina Stockton


    G028: Gabriella "Gabby" Parker 
G028: Gabriella "Gabby" Parker
Designated Weapon: Single-Headed Meteor Hammer
Conclusion: Another girl who'll coast for a ways on her social skills only to realize that in the end she's only been stalling for time. I doubt G028 has the charm to coax anyone into dying for her, and she'd be more likely to hurt herself than anyone else with that weapon. - Christina Stockton


  • Epic Flail: Her assigned weapon, which she ditches immediately.
  • Huge Schoolgirl: Tallest girl in V5, at 6'2".
  • Sacrificial Lamb: The second character killed off. Compared to the first, her death is a lot more emotional and drawn out.
    G029: Zoe Leverett 
G029: Zoe Leverett
    G030: Sara Corlett 
G030: Sara Corlett
    G031: Phoebe Cho 
G031: Phoebe Cho
    G032: Katarin "Kat" Tolstoff 
G032: Katarin Tolstoff
Designated Weapon: Kimberly Nguyen's KA-BAR Combat Knife
Conclusion: What a perfectly unremarkable girl to get the knife of one of the finest winners the game has ever seen. You may want to clean that first. - Abby Soto


  • Senseless Sacrifice: Takes a shotgun blast from Stacy Ramsey meant for Miranda Millers, which causes Miranda to immediately attack Stacy and get killed.
    G033: Kelly Peterson 
G033: Kelly Peterson
    G034: Lydia Robbins 
G034: Lydia Robbins
    G035: Sophie McDowell 
G035: Sophie McDowell
Designated Weapon: Monkey Wrench
Conclusion: I guess you could use that to fix- no, you're not mechanically inclined. Maybe you could make- no, you're not really an engineer. Huh. Such a versatile tool, limited in options to 'smack person in head really hard'. I'm kinda sad. - Dennis Lourvey

"Yeah, we're trying not to cause any trouble,(...) We're fine with just sitting here, talking about music, and hoping some friendly people run by. We don't need to play the game."


  • Agony of the Feet: Sophie forgets her sandals when she has to flee the hotel before it becomes a danger zone, leaving her barefoot for a time and having to rely on house slippers until she's able to go back to the hotel and recover them.
  • Break the Cutie: Watching Dave walk off a cliff did a number on her.
  • Faking the Dead: Sophie tries this when Summer comes in and opens fire in the hotel lobby. It doesn't do her any good when Summer throws a grenade as well.
  • Granola Girl
  • Nice Girl
  • Rapunzel Hair
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Sophie abandons Gavin's escape plan when she gets too scared of it.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Struggles with being this, but is constantly hoping things will get better while in SOTF.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Playing dead when being shot can sometimes be a good plan but lying motionless when the attacker also throws a grenade into the room leads to Sophie's quick death.

    G036: Jessica Sanders 
G036: Jessica Sanders
    G037: Casey Malkovich 
G037: Casey Malkovich
    G038: Deanna Hull 
G038: Deanna Hull
    G039: Lana Torres 
G039: Lana Torres
    G040: Gwen O'Conner 
G040: Gwen O'Conner
    G041: Amy Bachelor 
G041: Amy Bachelor
    G042: Aileen Aurora Abdallah 
G042: Aileen Aurora Abdallah
    G043: Mallory McCormick 
G043: Mallory McCormick
    G044: Sharon Elizabeth Austin 
G044: Miranda Millers
    G045: Bianca Howard 
G045: Bianca Howard
    G046: Rose Matheson 
G046: Rose Matheson
    G047: Grace Faraday 
G047: Grace Faraday
    G048: Meera Stele 
G048: Meera Stele
    G049: Natalia Kowalski 
G049: Natalia Kowalski
    G050: Rebecca Kiesling 
G050: Rebecca Kiesling
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