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This is the character sheet from Yuppie Psycho. Still in progress, Needs Wiki Magic Love.

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Office Employees

     Brian Pasternak
Brian Pasternak

  • Ambiguously Jewish: As pointed out by Colonel Dumont, his surname "Pasternak" is Jewish-European in origin.
  • Badass Adorable: Fits the "adorable" mold pretty well, but that doesn't stop him from taking on all kinds of creatures that want him dead.
  • Deal with the Devil: Or deal with the Witch, rather. Pretty implicitly implied that none of the employees who have signed a contract with Sintracorp can even physically leave the building. He's also associated with the Devil, as he wears a mask of one and appears in the bathroom mirror as him if he shows a piece of Witch Paper to it.
  • Determinator: Almost gets killed multiple times, comes across dozens of dead bodies, seems to be one of the only sane people in the building, and still trudges on through it all until his contract is complete.
  • Heroic Willpower
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Brian really doesn't want to continue his job at Sintracorp. He doesn't have a choice.
  • It May Help You on Your Quest
  • Working-Class Hero

     Catherine "Kate" Hicks 
  • Nice Girl: She doesn't really harbor any malice towards anyone, and even helps Brian a few times.
  • Ship Tease: With Brian, even kissing him on the cheek during the party, though that may have been due to the Witch's manipulations.
  • Unfazed Everyman: Unlike Brian, she manages to work in spite of the abnormal stuff. In the best ending, she decides to continue working, in spite of all that happened.

     Mr. Hugo 

  • Fat Bastard: As the game progresses, is becomes increasing apparent that he is willing whatever it takes to become CEO of Sintracorp.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: From a nameless janitor to a guy who is in cahoots with the witch.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Super Frog is just Hugo wearing a frog mask and a cape. It fools nobody.
  • You Are Number 6: Hugo isn't his name or surname, but part of identity he stole. He doesn't have actual name, as Class-R is so low in whatever system the game's world is using that he was just assigned a number, and that he considers knowing one's parents to be a luxury.

     Marta Sosa 
  • Creepy Good: Despite being a gaunt and strange-looking weirdo, is one of Brian's genuine friends within the company. She's cooperative, helpful, and very much wants to see Brian make it through the day. Her Nice Girl nature is so strong that Brian admits he's a Witch Hunter to her fairly quickly, to which she immediately nominates herself as his assistant (partially because he needs the help, partially because she's interested in the paranormal).
  • Fangirl: Of the Witch Hunters.
  • In-Universe Catharsis: Audibly giggles in the good ending upon hearing that Mr. Hugo was fired.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: She, along with Mappy, created a bunch of weird tapes.

     Inay Doshi 
  • Shopkeeper: Once he's back to third floor, he sells ink cartridgers, glowsticks and batteries.
  • Smart Guy: He's responsible for the corporation's IT department, and if you bring him red mechanical pieces, he can give you better forms of illumination. He also has attempted to reassemble the original Sintra, though he never found the head.

     Jenna Malone 
  • Dominatrix: Has a employee on a leash made from party supplies at Hugo's birthday party.
  • Lust: Very flirtatious towards any of the men in the office, and orders them to worship her when possessed by the Witch.
  • We Used to Be Friends: With Irina. They seemed to have reconciled in the good ending.

     Antony Chapman 
  • Entitled Bastard: Being born in a wealthy class, he has high opinion of himself and tends to disrespected lower classes. If you save him at the end, he gets a Heel Realization.
  • Establishing Character Moment: When first met, Chapman puts on a kind, affable and even helpful front, but the moment he realizes that Brian is a Class G, he completely flips his lid and goes on an insult and profanity laden rant about prestigious and upper crust he and Sintracorp are.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: If Brian helps him get his promotion, then he'll throw the money he agreed to pay on the ground and continue belittling him.

     Irina Rostov 
  • Big Fun: A fairly nice person when it comes to talking to Brian, and rather big compared with most of the cast.
  • Gossipy Hen: She's very chatty and willing to explain her opinions of her coworkers to Brian.
  • We Used to Be Friends: With Jenna. They seemed to have reconciled in the good ending.

Sintra Family

     Rei Sintra 

     Joao Sintra 

     Xiu Yung 



  • Nightmare Fetishist: She, along with Sosa, creates a bunch of weird tapes. She's also completely unfazed by the massacre in the canteen, and in fact seems to be recording a new video.
  • Shopkeeper: Once she returns to fifth floor, you can buy pencils, coffee and cardboard boxes from her.

    The Goblin 

  • Light Is Good: She's all white and golden, and glows with light. She's also a witch hunter that can help Brian.
  • Ms. Exposition: If you donate to all altars before checking the graves, her ghost will appear before Brian and tell her about how the curse started.
  • Posthumous Character: She's dead by the time the game starts, and is involved in the company's history being a witch hunter and all.
  • Shrine to the Fallen: She has three altars in the corporation that you can donate to.



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