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In Dead by Daylight IconHelp DBDlogo.png, there are several non-playable Characters that only exists in its Lore.
They can be mentioned in the Lore of Survivors or Killers, the descriptions and/or flavour texts of various Unlockables, and the Lore accompanying Tomes.


Overview[]

The following sections list all known Lore Characters and, if applicable, the Chapter or Paragraph DLC they are associated with.


General Lore Characters[]

These are Characters featured in the general Lore of Dead by Daylight and exist independently from the Lore of Killers or Survivors.

Characters in Yellow are former Moderators on the Steam Forums or Staff at Behaviour.


Base Game[]

Archie MacMillan[]

Blood, Brass and Grit and Trapper's Lore

Archie MacMillan was the owner of the MacMillan Estate Foundry and Mining business, from which The Entity ultimately created the The MacMillan Estate Realm and Evan's father.
He is described as a ruthless business man who enacted the MacMillan Estate Massacre, killing dozens of mining workers.
When Evan was a young boy and had a passion for sketching plans, Archie continually discouraged Evan from that activity, considering it one for weaklings and vagabonds.

Azarov[]

Wraith's Lore

A. Azarov was Philip's former employer at the Autohaven Wrecking business, from which The Entity ultimately created the Autohaven Wreckers Realm.
After Philip discovered the horrid truth of the business, he crushed Azarov in a car press and fashioned his gruesome weapon from Azarov's spine and skull.

Chief[]

A Man Named Boy

Chief was Chief of Police in the local town near Coldwind Farm.
He was a corrupt cop who laundered money with the help of Max Thompson Senior and took pleasure in the latter showcasing his disfigured son killing pigs.
When Max Junior fled after killing his parents, Chief headed the hunt for him, taunting Max with the knowledge of his real name.
Max managed to overpower Chief and killed him with his own knife.

Evan's Mother[]

Blood, Brass and Grit and Trapper's Lore

Evan's Mother.
Not much is known about her other than she was likely killed by her husband, Archie.

Evelyn Thompson[]

A Man Named Boy and Hillbilly's Lore

Evelyn Thompson was Max Junior's mother and not much is known about her other than she was likely addicted to caffeine pills.
Shortly after her husband was killed by Junior, Junior also killed her, slamming her into the ground over and over again, while imploring her to tell him his real name.

Funanya[]

The Algebra of Infinite Night

Funanya 'adopted' Philip as well as other children when they were orphaned in the war.
She was a very motherly person and tried keep herself and the children alive, so they could tell their horrific story to the world.
Unfortunately, she and the other kids were killed by the killing crews when Philip failed to stay awake while standing guard.
Philip found her the next day while she was still alive, but dying an agonising death.

Grandmother Abigail[]

The Algebra of Infinite Night

Grandmother Abigail was Philip's grandmother, whom he loved dearly and the one to teach him Algebra and nurturing his intellect.
She was eventually killed in the same manner as Philip's parents, leaving Philip orphaned.

Max Thompson Senior[]

A Man Named Boy and Hillbilly's Lore

Max Thompson Sr. was the original owner of the Coldwind Farm, from which The Entity ultimately created the Realm of the same name.
He regarded his disfigured son as a mere 'killing tool' and showcased him to his friends, the Chief of Police and several Deputies, for whom he laundered money, while at the same time despising Max Junior's existence, only referring to him as "Boy".
When his son snapped during another 'show', Max Senior was killed instead of the pig Junior was supposed to kill.

Nikki & Chika[]

The Algebra of Infinite Night

Nikki & Chika were the other children 'adopted' by Funanya.
They were killed by the same killing crew who killed Funanya.

Philip's Father[]

The Algebra of Infinite Night

Philip's Father.
When Philip was still very young, he gifted him with a cast iron bell that became Philip's lucky bell and which The Entity eventually imbued with ancient powers, turning it into the Wailing Bell.

Philip's Mother[]

The Algebra of Infinite Night

Philip's Mother.
Not much is known about her other than she was most likely killed at the same time as her husband, Philip's father.


CHAPTER I[]

Andrew Smithson[]

The Nurse's Lore

Andrew Smithson was Sally's husband before she worked as a Nurse at Crotus Prenn Asylum.
He was a logger and likely killed in a job-related accident as his Foreman was the one to inform Sally of his death, which broke her spirit.

The "Bad Man"[]

The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn and The Nurse's Lore

The "Bad Man" was an unruly patient at Crotus Prenn Asylum and not much is known about him other than he had a tendency to prowl for the weak if he was not restrained.

The "Broken Woman"[]

The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn

The "Broken Woman" was a patient at Crotus Prenn Asylum and often riled the other patients up with her shrieks.
She was the one imbuing Sally with ideas of eugenics, ultimately leading to the latter's cleansing spree through the Asylum.

The "Catatonic Boy"[]

The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn and The Nurse's Lore

The "Catatonic Boy" was a catatonic patient at Crotus Prenn Asylum and one of Sally's favourite patients there.
Not much is known about him other than that he was wheelchair-bound and, as the name implies, mostly absent-mindedly staring at the wall.

Father Campbell[]

The Nurse's Lore

Father Campbell was the Priest at Crotus Prenn Asylum and namesake for Father Campbell's Chapel as well as Campbell's Last Breath FulliconAddon campbellsLastBreath.png
Not much is known about him, other than he might have been killed by The Nurse during her cleansing spree.

Harvey Kavanagh[]

The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn and The Nurse's Lore

Harvey Kavanagh was the Orderly at Crotus Prenn Asylum.
The Lore pointedly mentions his obesity and tendency to slam unruly patients to the floor, using his weight as means to restrain them.
He is generally described as vile and repulsive, with hairy arms and sweaty skin.
When he met Sally in the corridors, he often rested his gaze on her chest.

Mary Jenner[]

The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn and The Nurse's Lore

Mary Jenner, also known as the "Anxious Girl", was an anxious patient at Crotus Prenn Asylum and one of Sally's favourite patients there.
Sally occasionally braided her hair in an attempt to calm her.

Nurse Moris[]

The Nurse's Lore

Nurse Moris was a fellow Nurse at Crotus Prenn Asylum while Sally was working there.
She is mentioned in some Add-on descriptions.

Patrick Spencer[]

The Nurse's Lore

Patrick Spencer was the Warden at Crotus Prenn Asylum and namesake of Sally's power, Spencer's Last Breath IconPowers breath.png.
Not much is known about him, other than he might have been killed by The Nurse during her cleansing spree.

Philip Elliott[]

The Nurse's Lore

Philip Elliott was a new patient about to be transferred to Crotus Prenn Asylum before Sally went on her cleansing-spree.
He is mentioned in the descriptions of some Offerings.

The "Sweaty Codger"[]

The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn

The "Sweaty Codger".
Other than his name and the fact that he was a sweaty patient at Crotus Prenn Asylum, nothing is known about him.


CHAPTER II[]

  • Dr. Sam Loomis
    • Michael's psychiatrist
  • Cynthia Myers
    • Michael's younger sister, who was eventually adopted by the Strode family and had her name changed to Laurie Strode.
  • Judith M. Myers
    • Michael's older sister, who was murdered by him.


CHAPTER III[]

  • Grandma
    • A cannibalistic village elder.


PARAGRAPH I[]

  • To be completed.


CHAPTER IV[]


CHAPTER V[]


PARAGRAPH II[]


CHAPTER VI[]

  • Nancy Holbrook
    • Quentin's love interest and Freddy's obsession/antagonist.


CHAPTER VII[]


CHAPTER VIII[]


CHAPTER IX[]

  • Akito Yamaoka
    • a paternal ancestor of Rin and her father, son to Kazan Yamaoka.
  • Kazan Yamaoka
    • a paternal ancestor of Rin and her father, and now a fellow Killer in The Entity's Realm.
  • Renjiro Yamaoka
    • a paternal ancestor of Rin and her father, father to Kazan Yamaoka, and a Samurai.
  • Rin's Parents


CHAPTER X[]


CHAPTER XI[]


PARAGRAPH III[]


CHAPTER XII[]

  • To be completed.


CHAPTER XIII[]

  • Mews
    • a cat that was owned by the Henderson family.
  • D'Artagnan "Dart"
    • a Demogorgon that was owned by Dustin Henderson.
  • Barbara "Barb" Holland
    • a recurring character in Stranger Things - Season 1.
  • Jane "Eleven" "El" Hopper (née Ives).
    • a main protagonist in Stranger Things.
  • Dustin Henderson
    • a main protagonist in Stranger Things.

CHAPTER XIV[]

  • Akito Yamaoka
    • Kazan's son.
  • Renjiro Yamaoka
    • Kazan's father and a Samurai, died by Kazan's hand when attempting to stop him on his bloody pilgrimage across Japan, trying to eliminate all impostor Samurais.
  • Rin Yamaoka
    • Descendant and fellow Killer in The Entity's Realm.


CHAPTER XV[]

  • Henry Bayshore
    • Caleb's employer at United West Rail.
  • Prison Warden
    • The warden at Hellshire Penitentiary in Nebraska that freed Caleb to fill his prison with inmates.


CHAPTER XVI[]

  • Claudia Wolfe
    • A high priestess of The Order who impregnated Cheryl with their God.
  • Maria
    • A mysterious woman resembling James Sunderland's late wife, Mary.
  • James Sunderland
    • A man who came to Silent Hill in search of his deceased wife.
  • Mary Shepherd-Sunderland
    • James Sunderland's wife.

CHAPTER XVII[]

  • Janos & Ursula Richter
    • Felix's parents.
  • Lauren Golder
    • One of Felix's colleagues.


CHAPTER XVIII[]

  • Madeleine Deshayes
    • Charlotte and Victor's mother.
  • Hazra Shah
    • An occult specialist who archived rare artefacts.


CHAPTER XIX[]

  • NO SPIN
    • The band Ji-Woon Hak was a part of and whose other integrants were killed by a fire at Mightee One Entertainment Headquarters.
  • Mightee One Entertainment Executives
    • Executives of the record label which Yun-Jin Lee worked for who, at last, were disapproving of the violent theme of the The Trickster's music and it not generating revenue for the company. A few months later, a private show was held where they were killed off by Ji-Woon Hak.


CHAPTER XX[]

  • Robert Kendo
    • The owner of Gun Shop Kendo.
  • Carlos Oliveira
    • A mercenary working with the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.C.B.S.).
  • Brian Irons
    • The corrupt chief of the Raccoon City Police Department.
  • Mikhail Viktor
  • Marvin Branagh