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The Artist
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Name Carmina Mora
Game Alias(es) "The Bird Lady"

"The Matron of Crows"

Gender Female
Nationality Chilean
Realm Forsaken Boneyard
Power Birds of Torment
Power Attack Type Special Attack

(Dire Crow Hit)

Weapon Birds of Torment
Movement SpeedIconHelp movementSpeed.png 115 % | 4.6 m/s
Terror RadiusIconHelp terrorRadius.png 32 metres
Height IconHelp height.png Average
DLC Portrait of a Murder
Voice Actor Undisclosed Voice Actress
Breathing
File:Artist Breathing.ogg
Menu Music
Terror Radius Music

Carmina Mora or "The Artist" is one of 26 Killers IconHelpLoading killer.png currently featured in Dead by Daylight IconHelp DBDlogo.png.

She will be introduced as the Killer of CHAPTER XXII: Portrait of a Murder, a Chapter DLC to be released in November 2021.


Overview

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The Artist is a ranged-reconnaissance Killer, able to launch Dire Crows across the Map to reveal and attack Survivors.

Her personal Perks, Grim Embrace IconPerks grimEmbrace.png, Scourge Hook: Pain Resonance IconPerks scourgeHookPainResonance.png, and Hex: Pentimento IconPerks hexPentimento.png allow her to interrupt Survivor objectives, torment hooked Survivors, and use destroyed Totems to her advantage.

Difficulty rating: Intermediate

(based on the amount of time and effort that is required to properly learn to play her and use her Power effectively)


Lore

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Carmina Mora was a gifted artist who carried the guilt of her young brother's death. Growing up a rugged coastal village in southern Chile, she sketched the sublime landscapes of Patagonia. Sitting outside, she painted dramatic fjords while feeding the crows nested in the tree next to the house.

She grew up carrying the guilt of her mother's sudden departure. Her father blamed Carmina for her mother's abandonment, which added to her grief. She became the caretaker of Matias, her little brother, despite still being a child herself.

A year later, Carmina was painting with Matias outside when the telephone rang. Her father remained in the yard, drinking his beer. Carmina rushed to the house to answer the phone and hung up a few seconds later. When she returned outside, Matias was nowhere to be seen. She asked her father, but he had paid no attention to Matias. She called her brother's name, looking for him everywhere. While searching, she saw a bright red coat floating on the narrow creek by the house — Matias' jacket. She jumped into the creek and found him floating on the surface with vacant eyes, unblinking. He had fallen and drowned.

Her scream tore the sky. Her father found Carmina sobbing on the creek's shore, clutching her brother's body in her arms, surrounded by a murder of crows. Her father snatched Matias's body away from her, and she cried until her voice broke.

The following morning, the world was cloaked in darkness. Her father did not say a word, because he did not have to. Carmina knew it was all her fault. Months passed, yet her loss was as fresh as morning dew. Crippled with self-loathing, she could no longer paint. Without Matias, life had no meaning.

On the bleak morning of Matias' birthday, Carmina walked to a narrow bridge several blocks away from home. She was convinced that nothing could bring her relief. Her mother was gone, her brother was dead, and her father blamed her for it all. She was convinced that she had nothing left to live for.

Carmina walked to the railing of the bridge that stood over the turbulent river. Locals had nicknamed the spot DeathLeap. Several cars drove by Carmina, but none stopped. No one seemed to care. She climbed over the railing and her legs wobbled as she stood on the lip of the bridge. She looked down, watching the fierce river smash into a giant boulder. She closed her eyes.

"See you soon, Matias."

Suddenly, a cacophony of caws filled the sky. Carmina opened her eyes and saw a black cloud of feathers flying towards her. The cloud split open and glossy black crows dove from the sky. One landed on her shoulder and stared intently into Carmina's eyes, as if peering into her soul. Her grip on the railing loosened and the crow cawed raucously. Carmina stared at the crow, confused.

Another crow landed on the railing, then another. Soon, a flock of crows were covering the railing of the bridge, staying close to her. She felt their heavy stare on her, calculative and enigmatic, as if they were assessing her. She looked down for a second and a thunder of caws interrupted her dark impulse. The crows seemed to care about her wellbeing. As she dangled over the edge with the wind blowing through her raven hair, Carmina felt akin to them. For the first time since Matias had died, Carmina did not feel alone.

She returned home, giving life another chance. The crows left, but Carmina suspected that if anything happened to her, they would return.

Inspired by her ordeal, Carmina picked up a brush. In the weeks that followed, she painted her experience, using black ink to depict the DeathLeap with a black cloud of feathers, the murder of crows that saved her life. The experience was transformative and launched her signature, black-ink surrealist art.

After several years, some colour pierced the darkness, and this shift of medium expanded her art form. She painted large-scale murals on busy street corners, designed grandiose costumes, and recited militant poetry. Carmina's art displayed local, intimate tragedies on a large scale, making them impossible to ignore. And everywhere she performed, crows followed.

Her performances grew bold and drew the attention of artists who found her style invigorating. She grew close to a group of painters who understood her iconoclastic vision. Her performances launched the Large-Scale Surrealist movement, which became a phenomenon.

Her renown grew enough to attract the commission of a multinational enterprise, The Vack Label. Carmina investigated the group, discovering that they gifted art pieces to select disreputable congressmen. Vack's commissioned artists seemed to disappear afterward.

Determined to expose the group's link to corrupt politics, Carmina accepted Vack's commission. The following week, Carmina painted a giant mural on a cemetery's columbarium, displaying the Vack Label logo as a surrealist grim reaper harvesting the fields of Chilean families. She wore a theatrical dress as she painted, on which she had stitched a poem about political revolution.

The piece sparked a radical debate about corruption. The controversy painted a target on Carmina's back. After receiving anonymous death threats, she took refuge in her father's house, bringing along her closest friends for safety.

That night, a gang of masked gunmen broke into the house. They swiftly subdued Carmina and her friends, threw them in a van, and drove off.

The following morning, a dry breeze blew sand on Carmina's face, awakening her. She was seated in a chair in the middle of the desert, with her legs tied and her hands handcuffed. Her friends were lying on the ground, tied up. A shadow fell over her face. Carmina looked up.

A man dressed in a long robe with his face hidden in a dark hood approached her. He pulled a silvery knife from his robe.

He grabbed her hands and recited a hymn in an unfamiliar language. Carmina held his gaze. He paused and brought down his blade with a sudden blow.

She cried in agony as her friends woke to a terrible sight; Carmina's severed hands falling in the sand.

The hooded man smiled in satisfaction. "How are you going to paint now?" Carmina cursed and screamed at him, wriggling against her bonds.

The man grabbed Carmina's chin. She spit in his face.

He grunted and pried her mouth open, pulling out her tongue. Carmina struggled against her handcuffs. In a violent blow, he chopped off Carmina's tongue.

She howled in anguish. The man wiped his blade on his robe, leaving a trail of blood. "How are you going to recite poems now?"

Sorrow swelled in Carmina's chest, sharper than pain. Overwhelmed by uncontrollable rage, grief and loss overcame her senses. She had lost her little brother. And she had lost the only way to cope with such pain. Carmina screamed like on the day her brother died.

Raucous caws echoed through the wasteland. The sky was obscured by a cyclone of dark clouds. Black feathers fell on Carmina's bleeding arms. She looked up and saw a torrent of crows erupting from the clouds, diving on the hooded man.

As the ravenous crows pecked at his flesh mercilessly, Carmina smiled, watching her Surrealist art coming to life.

But her heart lurched with rage when she saw the crows move on to their next target, her friends on the ground. She screamed as waves of pain, guilt, and fright overwhelmed her. But it was in vain, the ravenous crows were uncontrollable.

Darkness fell over her eyes as her friends' agonising screams grew more acute. Death was coming and again, it was her fault.

A deep, Black Fog engulfed her.


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Unique Perks

The Artist comes with 3 Perks IconHelp perks.png that are unique to her:

Grim Embrace Grim Embrace
Your act of servitude to The EntityIconHelp entity.png has not gone unnoticed.

Each time a SurvivorIconHelpLoading survivor.png is hooked for the first time, Grim Embrace gains a Token.
Upon reaching 4 Tokens Grim Embrace activates:

  • The Entity blocks all GeneratorsIconHelpLoading generators.png for 20/25/30 seconds.
  • The AuraIconHelp auras.png of the Obsession is revealed to you for 4 seconds.
"Are we nothing but prisoners to our sorrow?" — Carmina Mora
Scourge Hook: Pain Resonance Scourge Hook: Pain Resonance
Overwhelming pain reverberates outwards.

At the start of the Trial, 4 random Hooks are changed into Scourge Hooks:

  • The AurasIconHelp auras.png of Scourge Hooks are revealed to you in white.

Each time a Survivor is hooked on a Scourge Hook, the following effects apply:

  • The GeneratorIconHelpLoading generators.png with the most Progression explodes, instantly losing 9/12/15 % of its Progression and starting to regress.
  • Survivors repairing that Generator will scream, revealing their location.
"The pain spills beyond flesh/darkness staining the horizon." — Girl in the Shadow by Carmina Mora
Hex: Pentimento Hex: Pentimento
You reveal the true power of the Totems, hidden within their remains.

You can perform a ritual on a cleansed Totem to resurrect it as a Rekindled Totem.
The more Rekindled Totems you create, the greater their effects:

  • 1 Totem: Reduces the Healing speed of all Survivors by 20/25/30 %.
  • 2 Totems: Reduces the Repair speed of all Survivors by 20/25/30 %.
  • 3 Totems: Reduces the Recovery speed of all Survivors by 20/25/30 %.
  • 4 Totems: Reduces the Gate Opening speed of all Survivors by 20/25/30 %.
  • 5 Totems: All Totems are blocked by The EntityIconHelp entity.png.

When a Rekindled Totem is cleansed, its remains are consumed by The Entity.

"Though a pentimento is an inherently concealed piece of art, there is something to be said of the desire to discover that which is beyond." — A Guide to Art & Process (1961)

Teachable Perks

Progressing through The Artist's Bloodweb IconHelp bloodweb.png will spawn their Teachable Variant at specific Levels:

  • Level 30: Grim Embrace Teachable grimEmbrace.png
  • Level 35: Scourge Hook: Pain Resonance Teachable scourgeHookPainResonance.png
  • Level 40: Hex: Pentimento Teachable hexPentimento.png

Obtaining the Teachable Perks will unlock them to spawn in the Bloodwebs of all other Killers.

Weapon: Sharp Palette Blade

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The Sharp Palette Blade is the Primary Weapon of The Artist
The absurd edges of reality forged a sharp blade out of the palette knife she once used to paint her murals.

Power: Birds of Torment

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Quotes left.png From a wellspring of eternal agony comes a swarm of darkness, a wild and ferocious murder of ink black crows. Quotes right.png


BIRDS OF TORMENT
Press the Power button to charge Birds of Torment.
Once fully charged, tap the Attack button to summon a Dire Crow.
This action can be repeated in quick succession by continuously holding the Power button and tapping the Attack button again.


Dire Crow:
When at least one Dire Crow is summoned, it stays idle for a limited amount of time.
Spawning a new Dire Crow will extend the time the previously spawned Dire Crow stays idle.

Tap the Ability button to propel the Dire Crows into flight.

Dire Crows can inflict damage for a short distance when flying.
This is indicated to The Artist by the Dire Crows's Flight Path.

Once a Dire Crow continues past the Flight Path, it will no longer inflict damage, but is now able to pass through any obstacles and reveal nearby Survivors to The Artist through Killer Instinct.


Swarm:
In this phase, Dire Crows will create a Swarm around Survivors they hit, allowing The Artist to see the Swarm's Aura IconHelp auras.png on the Survivor.
The Survivor can repel the Swarm either by completing the Repel action or by entering a Locker IconHelp lockers.png.
During this time, the Swarm's Aura is not shown to The Artist.

A Survivor being swarmed will receive damage if they are hit by a second Dire Crow.

Survivors can destroy Dire Crows with Flashlights IconItems flashlight.png, Firecrackers IconItems chineseFirecracker.png, or Flash Grenades FulliconItems flashGrenade.png.

Power Trivia

Movement Speeds:

  • Summon, Charge, Cool-down, Fire: 3.68 m/s
  • Projectile on Flight Path (initially): 20 m/s
  • Projectile on Flight Path (eventually, after 0.3 seconds): 35 m/s
  • Projectile off Flight Path: 35 m/s


Dire Crows:

  • Projectile speed on Flight Path: 20 m/s initially; 35 m/s after 0.3 seconds
  • Projectile speed off Flight Path: 35 m/s
  • Fire Cool-down duration: 1 second
    • This refers to how long The Artist must wait after summoning a Dire Crow before it can be launched.
  • Aura visibility for Survivors: 0.75 seconds
    • This refers to how long Survivors see the Aura of Dire Crow that was just launched.
  • Audio range: 12 metres
    • This refers to the radius in which a nearby Dire Crow will emit sound effects that can be heard by Survivors.
  • Idle timer: 10 seconds
    • This refers to how long Dire Crows can stay idle before they disintegrate.
  • Invincibility buffer: 0.75 seconds
    • This refers to how long Survivors are immune from second Dire Crow hits after a first hit.


Ammunition:

  • Default capacity: 3 Dire Crows
  • Full Recharge times:
    • after disintegrating from idling: 2 seconds
    • after firing 1 Dire Crow: 5 seconds
    • after firing 2 Dire Crows: 9 seconds
    • after firing 3 Dire Crows: 12 seconds
    • after firing 4 Dire Crows: 14 seconds
    • after firing 5 Dire Crows: 15 seconds


Summoning:

  • Charge time: 1 second
  • Spawn distance from The Artist: 2.5 metres
  • Cool-down between summons: 0.5 seconds
  • Cool-down after firing: 1.5 seconds


Flight Path:

  • Guide length: 8 metres
  • Guide width: 1 metre
  • Path length: 7.5 metres
  • Dire Crow spawn height: 1.3 metres


Spawn Restrictions:

  • Distance from other Dire Crows: >1 metre
  • Distance from Generators & Hooks: No restriction
  • Distance from hooked Survivors: >8 metres
  • Distance from Exit Gate Switch: >2 metres
  • Distance from Hatch: >1 metre


Repel Action:

  • Interaction duration: 8 seconds
  • Aura Linger duration: 2.5 seconds
    • This refers to how long The Artist will continue to see the Dire Crows after the Survivor starts to repel them.


Destruction Action:

  • Flashlight Burn time: 1 second


Killer Instinct:

  • Linger duration: 3 seconds
  • Delay buffer: 0.26 seconds
  • Grace period: 4 seconds
    • If a Survivor was hit within this period, it will cancel Killer Instinct


Add-ons for Birds of Torment

Icon Name Description
Vibrant Obituary
Vibrant Obituary Scrap newspaper, speckled with bright, eye-catching paint.
It seems tragedy is a daily thing.
Thick Tar
Thick Tar Sticky, viscous sludge that Carmina used for an experimental piece.
Once it sticks to skin, it is nearly impossible to get off.
  • Increases the time required by Survivors to Repel a Dire Crow Swarm by +0.5 seconds.
Oil Paints
Oil Paints There is little left but a few globs of black and grey, yet Carmina could paint an expansive landscape with them.
  • Increases the Killer Instinct Detection radius of Dire Crows by +1.5 metres.
Choclo Corn
Choclo Corn A type of corn common in South America.
A few kernels are reason enough for a crow to stop for a snack.
  • Increases the Idle time of Dire Crows before they disintegrate by +2 seconds.
Velvet Fabric
Velvet Fabric A striking red fabric Carmina used on an art project.
Its brightness contrasted against black feathers.
  • When a Survivor attempts to Repel a Dire Crow Swarm, the Swarm's Aura IconHelp auras.png remains visible for another 1.5 seconds.
Untitled Agony
Untitled Agony A canvas that was targeted with swipes and trashes of black paint following Matias' death.
It radiates with heavy, crippling sorrow.
  • Survivors swarmed by Dire Crows suffer from the Hindered IconStatusEffects hindered.png Status Effect for 1.5 seconds.
Still Life Crow
Still Life Crow An ink drawing of a dead crow.
Carmina's sadness over its death can be felt with each dark line.
  • Increases the Idle time of Dire Crows before they disintegrate by +4 seconds.
Festering Carrion
Festering Carrion A stomach-churning pile of meat and guts, yet it attracts hungry crows craving a bite.
  • Reduces the Cool-down time of Birds of Torment after a Dire Crow takes flight by -0.5 seconds.
Automatic Drawing
Automatic Drawing An experimental drawing Carmina made without conscious planning.
Do not think — act.
  • Reduces the Cool-down time of Birds of Torment after a Dire Crow disintegrates from inactivity by -1.5 seconds.
Thorny Nest
Thorny Nest A nest that remained empty near Carmina's home.
There are sharp thorns embedded in it.
Silver Bell
Silver Bell A shiny trinket that a crow took a liking to.
The clinking of the bell was a distraction to everyone but Carmina.
  • Survivors swarmed by Dire Crows suffer from the Oblivious IconStatusEffects oblivious.png Status Effect.
O Grief, O Lover
O Grief, O Lover An abstract ink drawing that Carmina drew before walking to the Death Leap.
  • Survivors swarmed by Dire Crows suffer from the Exhausted IconStatusEffects exhausted.png Status Effect.
Darkest Ink
Darkest Ink An unnatural ink, so wretched and dark that it seems to pull in light around it.
  • Survivors swarmed by Dire Crows suffer from the Blindness IconStatusEffects vision.png Status Effect.
    • This effect persists for 15 seconds after Dire Crows are repelled from the Survivor.
Charcoal Stick
Charcoal Stick A stick of charcoal that conceals anything it rubs over.
  • The Auras IconHelp auras.png of flying Dire Crows are no longer visible.
  • The Auras of Dire Crows are visible for 0.5 seconds upon being summoned.
Severed Tongue
Severed Tongue Carmina's tongue, cut from her mouth shortly before her death.
The sight instils rage not just in her, but in her crows.
  • Reduces the Slow-down duration of The Artist when Dire Crows take flight by -0.5 seconds.

"How are you going to tell poems now?" — Hooded Man

Severed Hands
Severed Hands Carmina's severed hands, cut from her arms shortly before her death.
The sight brings sheer fury to her and her protectors.
  • Any Survivors near a Survivor being swarmed by Dire Crows will also be swarmed.

"How are you going to paint now?" — Hooded Man

Matias' Baby Shoes
Matias' Baby Shoes A grieving reminder to Carmina that Matias would be with her, always watching.
  • The Auras IconHelp auras.png of Survivors within 5 metres of an idle Dire Crow are revealed to you for 3 seconds.

"See you soon, Matias." — Carmina Mora

Ink Egg
Ink Egg An unusual egg that seems to be nothing but a ball of semi-solid ink.
  • Increases the number of Dire Crows The Artist is able to hold by +1 Dire Crow.
  • Reduces the Idle time of Dire Crows before they disintegrate by +4 seconds.

"Perhaps, covered in darkness as I was, they saw me as one of their own." — Carmina Mora

Iridescent Feather
Iridescent Feather A glass-like feather moulded from The Fog itself.
Simple as it may be, it is a symbol of those who watch over Carmina.
  • Grants the Undetectable IconStatusEffects undetectable.png Status Effect whenever Birds of Torment is on Cool-down and The Artist holds no Dire Crows.
  • Reduces the number of Dire Crows The Artist is able to hold by -1 Dire Crow.

"They saved me when I could not save myself." — Carmina Mora

Garden of Rot
Garden of Rot A nude self-portrait in which Carmina depicts a rotting darkness growing outwards from within.
  • When a Survivor completes the Repel action, they suffer from the Exposed IconStatusEffects exposed.png Status Effect for 4 seconds.

"I see no salvation in the rot." — Carmina Mora


Achievements

Main article: Achievements

There are 2 Achievements related to The Artist:

Icon Name Description
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Cosmetic Options

Players can choose from a variety of Cosmetic options to customise The Artist:

Base Cosmetics

Default

Icon Name Body Rarity Description
K26 Head01.png The Artist CategoryIcon head.png Common A tormented artist carrying the guilt for the loss of her brother rises from despair to create surrealist, absurd art.
K26 Body01.png Nonconformist Dress CategoryIcon body.png Common An iconoclastic, bold dress designed by her own hand.
K26 W01.png Sharp Palette Blade CategoryIcon weapons.png Common The absurd edges of reality forged a sharp blade out of the palette knife she once used to paint her murals.

Prestige

Icon Name Body Rarity Description Additional Notes
K26 Head01 P01.png Bloody Artist CategoryIcon head.png Rare Her art displayed her reality, an absurd consciousness marred with blood and darkness. 3rd Prestige Reward
K26 Body01 P01.png Gory Carnage Dress CategoryIcon body.png Rare A blood-soaked, edgy dress she designed and crafted herself. 2nd Prestige Reward
K26 W01 P01.png Bloodthristy Blade CategoryIcon weapons.png Rare The absurd edges of reality forged a blood dripping blade out of the palette knife she once used to paint her murals. 1st Prestige Reward

Special

Template:Artist's Special Cosmetics

IconHelp store.png In-Game Store

CategoryIcon outfits.png Outfits

CategoryIcon head.png Heads

Template:Artist's Head Store

CategoryIcon body.png Body

Template:Artist's Body Store

CategoryIcon weapons.png Weapons

Template:Artist's Weapon Store


DLC

Main Article: Downloadable Content

The Artist is part of 1 DLC:


Trivia

  • None


THE SURVIVORS IconHelpLoading survivor.png
BASE GAME
+ CHAPTER I
S01 charSelect portrait.png Dwight Fairfield SurvivorDwight.png S02 charSelect portrait.png Meg Thomas SurvivorMeg.png S03 charSelect portrait.png Claudette Morel SurvivorClaudette.png S04 charSelect portrait.png Jake Park SurvivorJake.png S05 charSelect portrait.png Nea Karlsson SurvivorNea.png
CHAPTERS II - V S06 charSelect portrait.png Laurie Strode SurvivorLaurie.png S07 charSelect portrait.png Ace Visconti SurvivorAce.png S08 charSelect portrait.png Bill Overbeck SurvivorBill.png S09 charSelect portrait.png Min Feng SurvivorMin.png S10 charSelect portrait.png David King SurvivorDavid.png
CHAPTERS VI - X S11 charSelect portrait.png Quentin Smith SurvivorQuentin.png S12 charSelect portrait.png David Tapp SurvivorTapp.png S13 charSelect portrait.png Kate Denson SurvivorKate.png S14 charSelect portrait.png Adam Francis SurvivorAdam.png S15 charSelect portrait.png Jeff Johansen SurvivorJeff.png
CHAPTERS XI - XIV S16 charSelect portrait.png Jane Romero SurvivorJane.png S17 charSelect portrait.png Ash Williams SurvivorAsh.png S18 charSelect portrait.png Nancy Wheeler SurvivorNancy.png S19 charSelect portrait.png Steve Harrington SurvivorSteve.png S20 charSelect portrait.png Yui Kimura SurvivorYui.png
CHAPTERS XV - XIX S21 charSelect portrait.png Zarina Kassir SurvivorZarina.png S22 charSelect portrait.png Cheryl Mason SurvivorCheryl.png S23 charSelect portrait.png Felix Richter SurvivorFelix.png S24 charSelect portrait.png Élodie Rakoto SurvivorElodie.png S25 charSelect portrait.png Yun-Jin Lee SurvivorYun-Jin.png
CHAPTERS XX - XXII S26 charSelect portrait.png Jill Valentine SurvivorJill.png S27 charSelect portrait.png Leon Scott Kennedy SurvivorLeon.png S28 charSelect portrait.png Mikaela Reid SurvivorMikaela.png S29 charSelect portrait.png Jonah Vasquez Unknown QuestionMark.png
THE KILLERS IconHelpLoading killer.png
BASE GAME
+ CHAPTERS I - II
K01 charSelect portrait.png Evan MacMillan - The Trapper IconHelpLoading trapper.png K02 charSelect portrait.png Philip Ojomo - The Wraith IconHelpLoading wraith.png K03 charSelect portrait.png Max Thompson Jr. - The Hillbilly IconHelpLoading hillbilly.png K04 charSelect portrait.png Sally Smithson - The Nurse IconHelpLoading nurse.png K05 charSelect portrait.png Michael Myers - The Shape IconHelpLoading shape.png
CHAPTERS III - VI K06 charSelect portrait.png Lisa Sherwood - The Hag IconHelpLoading hag.png K07 charSelect portrait.png Herman Carter - The Doctor IconHelpLoading doctor.png K08 charSelect portrait.png Anna - The Huntress IconHelpLoading huntress.png K09 charSelect portrait.png Bubba Sawyer - The Cannibal IconHelpLoading cannibal.png K10 charSelect portrait.png Freddy Krueger - The Nightmare IconHelpLoading nightmare.png
CHAPTERS VII - XI K11 charSelect portrait.png Amanda Young - The Pig IconHelpLoading pig.png K12 charSelect portrait.png Jeffrey Hawk - The Clown IconHelpLoading clown.png K13 charSelect portrait.png Rin Yamaoka - The Spirit IconHelpLoading spirit.png K14 charSelect portrait.png Frank, Julie, Susie, Joey - The Legion IconHelpLoading legion.png K15 charSelect portrait.png Adiris - The Plague IconHelpLoading plague.png
CHAPTERS XII - XV K16 charSelect portrait.png Danny Johnson - The Ghost Face IconHelpLoading ghost.png K17 charSelect portrait.png The Demogorgon IconHelpLoading demogorgon.png K18 charSelect portrait.png Kazan Yamaoka - The Oni IconHelpLoading oni.png K19 charSelect portrait.png Caleb Quinn - The Deathslinger IconHelpLoading deathslinger.png K20 charSelect portrait.png Pyramid Head - The Executioner IconHelpLoading wales.png
CHAPTERS XVI - XXI K21 charSelect portrait.png Talbot Grimes - The Blight IconHelpLoading blight.png K22 charSelect portrait.png Victor & Charlotte Deshayes - The Twins IconHelpLoading twins.png K23 charSelect portrait.png Ji-Woon Hak - The Trickster IconHelpLoading trickster.png K24 charSelect portrait.png Nemesis T-Type - The Nemesis Nemesis T-Type}} K25 charSelect portrait.png Elliot Spencer - The Cenobite IconHelpLoading cenobite.png
CHAPTER XXII K26 charSelect portrait.png Carmina Mora - The Artist IconHelpLoading artist.png
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S22 Lisa charSelect portrait.png Lisa Garland K07 Look-See charSelect portrait.png The Look-See K08 Mordeo charSelect portrait.png The Mordeo
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