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  • Alternate Character Interpretation:
    • Played for Laughs in his LP of Silent Hill 3 in which he makes comments about Heather Mason being a secret crack addict.
      • Done again with his Let's Play of Cry of Fear. Simon is also a drug addict. He also references Heather.
    • Because of Point Man's ability to slaughter endless waves of mooks and survive basically anything prompted Helloween to dub him 'FPS Jesus'. The Sergeant from Perseus Mandate wasn't quite as cool, so he was dubbed 'FPS Moses'.
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    • Instead of merely 'collecting' birds in Condemned: Criminal Origins, Ethan Thomas instead has a voice inside his head that compels him to eat them.
      • The main character Ethan Winters from Resident Evil 7: biohazard also sometimes suffers hearing from this voice, thanks to sharing his name.
    • We can now add Alan Wake to the list. He sneers at just about everything that does not please him. Also, he has to eat the coffee thermoses, like how Ethan eats the birds.
    • The main heroine of Fatal Frame is just some random high school girl stoned off her ass and looking to score some more hash, made even better with the healing items being Herbal Medicines.
    • Many characters are given different personalities in the Adventures of Goldhawk books. For example, Maris, the Old Wizard of the Court, is a Jerkass Devil in Plain Sight Karma Houdini who is implied to be the source of most of the problems the protagonists faces in their adventures. And let's not forget about the Affably Evil Blue Mice.
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    • Leon in Resident Evil 4 kills everyone and grabs anything that looks valuable in order to make it look like a robbery gone wrong for plausible deniability.
  • Moment of Awesome: Generally speaking, whenever he's being really good at a game. More specifically, that time he shotgunned two REV6 powered armours to death in First Encounter Assault Recon Extraction Point.
  • The Scrappy: The Darkling Imp starts out as this, due to his 'hilarious' English accent, prompting Helloween to kill him whenever he can. Later on though...

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