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'''Towel Man''' | ''Ringu & Sadako Rising trailer''
'''Towel Man''' | ''Ringu & Sadako Rising trailer''
<br>A mysterious figure seen in the cursed video tape.
<br>A mysterious figure seen in the cursed video tape.
'''Distorted Faces''' | ''Ringu & Sadako Rising Trailer''
Distorted Faces found in photographs by Yoichi, before Sadako attacks him.
=== [[Yoichi Asakawa]] ===
=== [[Yoichi Asakawa]] ===
Revision as of 00:20, 9 May 2022
In Dead by Daylight , 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.
- 1 Overview
- 2 General Lore
- 3 Tome Characters
- 4 Crossover Characters
- 5 Base Game
- 6 CHAPTER I
- 7 CHAPTER II
- 8 CHAPTER III
- 9 CHAPTER 3.5
- 10 CHAPTER IV
- 11 CHAPTER V
- 12 Chapter 5.5
- 13 CHAPTER VI
- 14 CHAPTER VII
- 15 CHAPTER VIII
- 16 CHAPTER IX
- 17 CHAPTER X
- 18 CHAPTER XI
- 19 Chapter 11.5
- 20 CHAPTER XII
- 21 CHAPTER XIII
- 22 CHAPTER XIV
- 23 CHAPTER XV
- 24 CHAPTER XVI
- 25 CHAPTER XVII
- 26 CHAPTER XVIII
- 27 CHAPTER XIX
- 28 CHAPTER XX
- 29 CHAPTER XXI
- 30 CHAPTER 21.5: Hour of the Witch
- 31 CHAPTER XXII
- 32 CHAPTER XXIII
The following sections list all known Lore Characters and, if applicable, the Chapter or Paragraph DLC they are associated with.
- This section contains characters featured in the general Lore of Dead by Daylight and are not associated with any Chapters.
Assorted Characters | Various Descriptions
Various characters with little or no description. Characters in Yellow are former Moderators on the Steam Forums or Staff at Behaviour.
Some are marked as being a part of The Lost Tapes, the exact meaning of this is unknown.
- Alex | Alex's Toolbox
- Aizeyu | Plunderer's Instinct
- Andy | Small Game
- Clyde | No One Left Behind
- Donna | Hazy Reagent
- Dylan | Lightweight
- Murf | Dark Sense
- Nikki | Hope
- Sassy | Spine Chill
- Sujan | Kindred
Benedict Baker | Benedict's Journal
A survivor known for documenting his thoughts on various things in Dead by Daylight
The Entity | Various Descriptions and Lore Entries
The Entity is an almighty malevolent being, travelling through the cosmos and slowly consuming worlds.
Vigo | Various Descriptions
A genius inventor and researcher who was a Survivor.
- This section contains characters who appear exclusively in Tomes and are not associated with any Chapters.
Alex Damaro | Things in the Fog
A famous art director known for his brilliant and visionary production sets and costume designs who worked intimately with Cliff Barra. He was taken by The Entity into a world inspired by their movies and monsters, and was tortured into becoming a Killer. He was rescued by Cliff and became a Survivor.
It is unknown if he is the same Alex referenced in Alex's Toolbox.
Candice Maddock | Universus Alveo
The youngest of the Maddock family, also known as The Maddy Hatter Gang, and twin to Coddy Maddock.
At her gang's secret distillery, she discovered her family slaughtered and a fog cloaked vampire wearing her father's hat. In a moment of vengeful wrath, she killed the vampire whose corpse disappeared into the fog. She was committed to an Asylum but a rich philanthropist took charge of her and she was never seen again.
Cliff Barra | Things in the Fog
A famous horror director who worked intimately with Alex Damaro. When Alex went missing, he journied through the fog and saved him, but was tortured into becoming a Killer himself, losing all memory.
Strange squid-like creatures that bleed black blood and continuously change their shape, that attack The Observer and ransack his tower, only to be repeatedly repelled by The Observer's Golf Club or via mysterious means.
Decapitated Heads | Things in the Fog
A forest of talking decapitated heads skewered on stakes, that resemble people from Cliff's past. They yell and ridicule constantly.
One head, a former king, seemed to have more knowledge and personality than the others.
Evil-Eyed Monster | In Search of Things Lost
A monster, from Tome VI, that appeared in the Valley of Evil Eyes in the Himalayas through an Overlap in realities. Described as a grotesque, chattering, hissing monster with needle teeth, long arms with knife-like claws and hundreds of glowing red eyes. It was responsible for massacring a troop of British Soldiers in the 1800's.
A poisonous species of spider from Tome VIII on Terra Arachna, aswell as issue 84 of Eternal Horror.
They are described as having bright orange spiral-like markings on its back. They come in a variety of size, some are the size of a fist, while others are as big as dogs. One spider was much larger then a human.
Their poison is slow and lethal, causing boils and puss. Their poison drives victims into murderous rages, combined with fevers, adrenaline rushes and a complete loss of sanity.
Their microscopic eggs are carried by a mysterious black fog. Their eggs infect hosts, growing the spiders underneath the skin.
They constantly mutated, growing larger and deadlier, eventually resulting in a giant humanoid spider.
They appeared out of nowhere, seemingly originating from the Entity, terrorizing Falls City, Nea Karlsson's home city. They incinerated the electrical network and brought the city into chaos.
Mad Designer | Universus Alveo & Things in the Fog
A unseen mysterious individual responsible for creating various sketches and drawings in the Chamber of Blood. Some are shown to depict events in the future, where others depict scenes from different realities.
Mahan Singh | Things in the Fog
A mercernary for Leviathon Securities, who was taken by The Entity while on a job for The Collector. A former decorated soldier in the Indian army, he was discharged for disobeying orders and sought money for his orphaned Niece.
Maxwell Holt | Things in the Fog
A former soldier and Olympic athlete, who could hear and see things from differently realities. He was discharged after his entire squad was killed by an otherworldy monster and no one believed his story.
Pig-Farming Killer | Revelations (I)
A black widow killer on Terra Dark. She would attract men with a newspaper ad, take their money and feed the men to her pigs.
Saku Nakano | Things in the Fog
Also known as The Redcrane, she is a Survivor and the last member of the Redcrane Clan who wears a red and black kimono. She was an Onna-Musha who wandered the land and sought to stop the Black Serpent Society. Her sister was taken by Kazan Yamaoka into a strange fog, and now she seeks to kill him and find her sister.
There is some suggestion that she was empowered by The Entity.
Stefan Rois | In Search of Things Lost, Universus Alveo & Midnight in the Garden of Infinity
A producer for the web series, Harbinger of Hell, made by his nephew, Jordan Rois, and step-niece, Haddie Kaur. Instead of helping investigate, he instead focusses on writing his own horror novels.
Surin Rivera | Midnight in the Garden of Infinity
The mysterious financial benefactor for the Harbinger of Hell web series. He has a particular interest in The Entity as a source of knowledge and energy.
The Horror | Things in the Fog
A bio-mechanical Killer covered in various decapitated heads screaming battle cries in different languages. It's body is formed from a patchwork of charred scraps from missiles, tanks, fighter jets, and nuclear submarines all bearing flags and strange logos of brands from different periods.
It's show killing a Survivor by ripping off and swallowing a Survivor's head, then torching the headless corpse with a burst of flame from it's mouth.
Unnamed Agent Survivor | Things in the Fog
A male CIA agent, dressed in black fatigues and bearing a rifle.
Unnamed Detective Survivor | Things in the Fog
A male detective dressed in a police jacket, experienced and knowledgable about the Entity's Realm.
Unnamed Pilot Survivor | Things in the Fog
A female pilot dressed in pilot's fatigues, who was taken by the entity mid-flight.
Vampiric Fog | Universus Alveo
A fog, from Tome VII, that can posses a person and turn them into a vampire.
Vampires are initially mentioned when a woman kills her mother-in-law who became a vampire, then claimed that there was a vampire conspiracy drawing energy from another dimension.
It then appears later on when Haddie Kaur found it sealed in a coffin inscribed with a crest composed of three dots and half-crescent. Upon releasing it, it possessed a woman but was destroyed when the crest was cut into it's vessel.
The vampire appeared again, having slaughtered the Maddy Haddock Gang. It's foggy presence caused flesh-eating bats and and beetles to appear in it's lair. It was killed by Candice Haddock crushing it's brain, which caused it's vessel, bats and beetles to disappear with the fog.
In Universus Alveo's video, the vampire appeared again, appearing similar to Vlad the Impaler in a corpse-ridden castle designed similar to Corvin Castle.
- This section contains characters who do not originate from Dead by Daylight and are not associated with any Chapters.
Vic Viper | Gradius & Vic Viper Charm
The protagonist spaceship of the Gradius series. A white-and-blue star fighter tasked with saving the galaxy from an evil Bacterian Empire.
A special Easter Egg that only appears when the Konami Code is entered.
Naughty Bear | Naughty Bear & Naughty Piñata Charm
The protagonist of Naughty Bear. He is a living brown teddy bear who scares and defluffs the bears around him after being repeatedly ostracised.
Larry the Warden | For Honor & Knight's Helm Charm
A Warden that is used to showcase executions in For Honor.
Glitch | Twitch.tv, Various Survivor Torso Cosmetics & Twitch Charm
A Character and Mascot for the American video live streaming service.
Archie MacMillan | Blood, Brass and Grit & 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.
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.
Evelyn Thompson | A Man Named Boy & 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.
Max Thompson Sr. | A Man Named Boy & 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.
A. Azarov | Wraith's Lore, Azarov's Resting Place & Azarov's Key
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.
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.
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
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
Not much is known about her other than she was most likely killed at the same time as her husband, Philip's father.
Claudette's Father | Claudette's 8th Birthday
An understanding father, who wanted Claudette to grow in her own way.
Claudette's Mother | Claudette's 8th Birthday
A worried mother, who was concerned about her daughter because she faced the same difficulties Claudette faces.
Heavily implied to be autistic.
Lazar | A Story By Any Other Name
The narcissistic CEO of Peak 22.
Rose | A Story By Any Other Name
A single mother and manager at Peak 22.
Jake's Grandfather | Exile of the Kingdom
A Korean hero who saved many people's lives before disappearing in a fog.
Coach Jenny | Eat Dust
Meg's racing coach who encouraged her
Dana | Eat Dust
Meg's racing rival who injured her leg
Andrew Smithson | The Nurse's Lore & Plaid Flannel
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, The Nurse's Lore, Metal Spoon , Bad Man Keepsake , Spasmodic Breath & "Bad Man's" Last Breath
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, The Nurse's Lore, Wooden Horse , Catatonic Boy's Treasure & Ataxic Respiration
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, Dark Cincture , Fragile Wheeze , Campbell's Last Breath & Father Campbell's Chapel
Father Campbell was the Priest at Crotus Prenn Asylum.
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, The Nurse's Lore, Heavy Panting & Kavanagh's Last Breath
Harvey Kavanagh was an orderly at Crotus Prenn Asylum known as the "Fat Orderly".
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, The Nurse's Lore, White Nit Comb , Dull Bracelet , Anxious Gasp & Jenner's Last Breath
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.
Patrick Spencer | The Nurse's Lore & Spencer's Last Breath
Patrick Spencer was the Warden at Crotus Prenn Asylum and namesake of Sally's power, Spencer's Last Breath .
Not much is known about him, other than he might have been killed by The Nurse during her cleansing spree.
The "Sweaty Codger" | The Cleansing of Crotus Prenn
Other than his name and the fact that he was a sweaty patient at Crotus Prenn Asylum, nothing is known about him.
Casey | Rebel With a Cause & Midnight in the Garden of Infinity
Nea's best friend who teaches her about social issues and politics. A social activist who works as part of the grassroots organization "Life Drops" to take care of people. After the water in The Narrows was poisoned due to polluted water, she worked to provide people with bottled water.
On Terra Arachna, she inhales the fog, causing hell-back spider eggs to slowly grow under her skin. After they hatch, they burst out of her body and consume her corpse.
Falls City Mayor | Rebel With a Cause
A corrupt mayor who sold the city's water, which led to it being poisoned and polluted. After Nea tags his car, he chases her in a rage and crashes his car.
Daniel Hodges | Halloween & Boyfriend's Memo
Daniel Hodges was the boyfriend of Judith Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Myers | Halloween & Judith's Tombstone
The parents of Michael Myers.
Rabbit | Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode & Dead Rabbit
A rabbit that Michael Myers kills in the Halloween Novel.
Lander Milliard | Backwater Swamp's Lore
The only identifiable and burial-able body recovered from "The Pale Rose"
Lisa's Grandmother | Stroke of Luck
Lisa's magical grandmother who warns Lisa to avoid the symbols in her books, and tells her stories of magic and its dangers.
Pam | Stroke of Luck
Lisa's callous and disrespectful friend, who becomes obsessed with her lucky symbols.
Mika James | Go For Broke
A lightweight MMA champion who Ace fights to win a bet.
Wallace | Go For Broke
Ace's friend and fellow gambler.
Coach | Left 4 Dead 2 & Infected - Black
A P.E. teacher and survivor in a zombie apocalypse.
Ellis | Left 4 Dead 2 & Cosmetics for Dwight
A mechanic and survivor in a zombie apocalypse.
Francis | Left 4 Dead & The Long Way Home & Cosmetics for Jake
A tough biker and survivor in a zombie apocalypse.
Louis | Left 4 Dead & The Long Way Home
A Junior Systems Analyst and survivor in a zombie apocalypse.
Rochelle | Left 4 Dead 2 & Cosmetics for Claudette
A minor associate producer and survivor in a zombie apocalypse.
The Boomer | Left 4 Dead & The Boomer Charm
An extremely bloated Special Infected Zombie.
Their mutation has caused them to produce immense quantities of bile which they attempt to vomit on the Survivors, temporarily blinding them and summoning a small Horde.
Though fragile and slow, the Boomer can be dangerous to a Survivor team whose health or combat abilities are compromised.
Zoey | Left 4 Dead & The Long Way Home & Cosmetics for Meg
A college student and survivor in a zombie apocalypse.
Soldiers | The Long Way Home
A Group of Soldiers that served in Vietnam with Bill.
The Tank | The Long Way Home
The Tank is a Special Infected that is arguably the most powerful among the Infected in the Left 4 Dead Series, along with the Witch. Unless the team works together to take the Tank down, it can wipe out entire squads, with or without any help.
Common Infected | The Long Way Home
Common Infected are the most frequently faced members of the Infected, and the easiest to defeat. Their strength lies in the fact that they attack in groups, more commonly referred to as a Horde, sometimes as large as several dozen.
Gnome Chompski | Forsaken, Gnome Chompski Charm & Gnome Chompski Event
Gnome Chompski is the unofficial mascot of Valve, Developers of the Left 4 Dead franchise, in which he is an iconic prop.
Lazer Bears | Feng's Lore
An E-sports team Feng was a member of.
Little Bushkas | The Huntress's Lore, A Lovely War & Flower Babushka
Small girls The Huntress would kidnap to care for and give gifts of toys, dolls and books.
Her rough protection and poor medical knowledge was the death of many of them.
Soldiers | The Huntress's Lore, A Lovely War, Infantry Belt & Soldier's Puttee
German Soldiers who went through Red Forest on their way to attack Russia, and Russian soldiers who came to meet them.
Many of them died to axe wounds or disappeared mysteriously.
Her father was killed and butchered by soldiers.
She may have possibly died from fighting a soldier with a flamethrower.
David's Parents | Manchester Mash-Up
A wealthy couple, an abusive father and a terrorized mother.
Donnie | Manchester Mash-Up
King's only genuine friend since childhood. He gives David a place to sleep when his parents kick him out.
His gambling addiction and financial troubles leads David to working as a debt collector.
Ghetto Masher | Manchester Mash-Up
A massive fighter who works for Uncle Brass. He beat David in a fight, once.
Uncle Brass | Manchester Mash-Up
A loan shark that hires David after seeing his destructive skills.
Pam Jones | Texas Chainsaw Massacre & Iridescent Flesh
A victim of Leatherface.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Jesse Braun | A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) & Wool Shirt
A childhood classmate of Quentin and victim of Freddy Krueger.
Bobby the Puppet | Saw 4 & Smiling Bobby Charm
A puppet built by John Kramer, for his son Gideon. The prototype of Billy.
John "Jigsaw" Kramer | Saw Franchise, John's Medical File , Video Tape , Jigsaw's Annotated Plan , Jigsaw's Sketch & Rules Set No.2
Amanda's mentor, also known as Jigsaw.
A serial killer known for targeting victims he believed to not be valuing their lives. He put victims in death traps where they would be forced to sacrifice in order to live, removing a jigsaw shaped piece of skin of those who failed.
His actions brought about many tragedies and irrevocably changed the life of Amanda and Tapp
Mr. Snuggles | Spiral & Mr. Snuggles Charm
A pig doll wearing a police uniform used by the Jigsaw Copycat.
Pamela Jenkins | Saw 5 & Conundrum of Carnage Charm
A news reporter who became a part of Jigsaw's games.
Grace Wright | Vain Ambition
The Hillford mayor who hid evidence that a company was polluting the groundwater for ten years. She became the center of one of Jigsaw's games, organised by Amanda Young, where she avoided drowning in sewage by cutting her foot off.
Unnamed Victim | Vain Ambition
A victim in one of Jigsaw's games, organized by Amanda Young, where their insides were eaten by rats.
Adam Stanheight | Saw & Gideon Meat Plant
A freelance photographer hired by Tapp to follow Lawrence Gordon but became involved in a deadly game.
His body is potentially in the Bathroom of the Gideon Meat Plant.
Detective Stephen Sing | Saw
Tapp's partner who was killed by Jigsaw's booby trap.
His death inspired a desperate obsession.
Zepp Hindle | Saw
Tapp's Wife | Saw
Tapp's unnamed, long suffering wife who left him due to his obsession with Jigsaw.
Shane Sarenk | Desecration of the Heart
A victim in one of Jigsaw's games, organized by Amanda Young, where heart was torn in two by a jackhammer when they and Detective Tapp failed to unlock themself in time.
Maurice | Father Campbell's Chapel
The Clown's trusty horse, who pulled his caravan already before entering The Entity's Realm, the process of which left it severely burnt and blinded, causing The Entity to grant him a third, demonic eye.
Moustache | Finger of Chaos
A victim of The Clown and bearer of a finger like his father's.
Kate's Mother | Back to Zero
Due to overlap in lore, for more characters see The Oni Characters
Rin's Parents | The Spirit's Lore, Father's Glasses & Mother-Daughter Ring
Rin's parents, an ill mother and a father who struggled to find money.
After being fired, the entity pushed her father into a murderous rage.
Adam's Uncle | Adam's Lore
A strict but fair man.
Jeff's Parents | Jeff's Lore
A mother and father whose tumultuous relationship left Jeff isolated in his youth, which led to him retreating into his art.
His father's death led Jeff to return to Ormond, where he inherted a black, vintage guitar.
Jeff's Dog | Jeff's Lore
A rescue dog Jeff took in after settling down.
After Jeff's disappearance, they became a stray seeking Jeff's malty scent.
Habon | The Maiden Guard
High priest of Babylon before Adiris.
He lost faith and sought to rewrite the rules of Ur, but was killed for blasphemy.
Sea-Goat | The Plague's Lore, Coin of the Sea-Goat
God of water and creation and apex of Babylonian religion. Alternatively written as sea goat.
The Babylonian religion was formed by Assyrian and Sumerian exiles who believed other religions were too political, and all other gods were unified under the sea-goat, the great creator.
Jane's Father | Jane's Lore
Jane's father, who raised her in her mother's absence. He was a struggling visual artist.
Dwayne | All the World a Stage
Jane's friend and writer, who pushed Jane to audition for Quick Talk, her break out tv show.
Ashy Slashy | Ash vs. Evil Dead, Ash's Cosmetics
A cursed Puppet
Brandy Barr | Ash vs. the Evil Dead
Ash's long lost daughter.
Kelly Maxwell | Ash vs. the Evil Dead
Linda Emery | Ash vs. the Evil Dead
Ash's former girlfriend and high-school sweetheart.
Pablo Simon Bolivar | Ash vs. the Evil Dead
Ash's friend, co-worker, and the creator of his hand.
Deadites | Evil Dead
Deadites are a species of parasitic demons that seek to possess the bodies of mortals and feast on the souls of living creatures.
Carl | Reveal Trailer
The Ghost Face's victim in his reveal trailer.
Frat Boy | Viper Ghost Outfit
A university student and headline victim of The Ghost Face, an onyx knife plunged into his eye socket. As fear spread in Roseville, university students launched a masked party to lighten the mood, unaware that The Ghost Face attended the event.
Mews | Stranger Things & Mews' Guts
A cat that was owned by the Henderson family.
D'Artagnan "Dart" | Stranger Things
A Demogorgon that was owned by Dustin Henderson.
Barbara "Barb" Holland | Stranger Things & Barb's Glasses
A recurring character in Stranger Things - Season 1.
Jane "Eleven" "El" Hopper (née Ives). | Stranger Things & Eleven's Soda
A main protagonist in Stranger Things.
Dustin Henderson | Stranger Things
A main protagonist in Stranger Things.
Due to overlap in lore, for more characters, see The Spirit Characters
Lord | The Oni's Lore
A Lord who nicknamed Kazan, "Oni-Yamaoka" and died by his wrath.
Farmers | The Oni's Lore
Various members of the farming class.
Some tried to imitate samurais, inciting Kazan's rage.
After the death of their lord, they fought Kazan with improvised weapons and left him for dead, bound inside a mill.
Renjiro Yamaoka | The Oni's Lore & Many Yamaoka's Wrath Add-ons
Kazan's father and a renowned noble Samurai.
He died by Kazan's hand when attempting to stop Kazan's bloody pilgrimage across Japan.
After his death, his body was stolen by thieves, and his armour stripped.
Sean Dint | In Search of Things Lost
A teenager whose friends found hidden co-ordinates to a haunted location, encoded in a podcast. After arriving at the abandoned asylum, an unnatural black fog appeared, and The Oni appeared from the fog and killed his friends, leaving him the sole survivor.
Yui's Father | Yui's Lore
A traditional father, who disliked his daughter's racing career.
Yui's Grandfather | Yui's Lore
A racing and engineering enthusiast.
Hiro | Crash and Burn
Yui's friend and fellow racer who ends up hospitalized after crashing.
Misato | Crash and Burn
Yui's friend and confidant.
Sakura 7 | Yui's Lore
An all female biker gang, originally composed of 7 friends, who supported female empowerment and safety from abusers.
Shinji | Crash and Burn
An asshole competitor in Nagoya, the favorite to win.
He inadvertently hospitalizes Hiro, and causes Yui to lose when he crashes.
Stalker | Yui's Lore
An obsessed fan, who stole her grandfather's lucky hachimaki.
Yoho Mono | Crash and Burn
A victorious racer, who won when Yui stopped racing.
Clark Stevenson | Zarina's Lore
A gang member that killed Zarina's father and got off lightly, kickstarting an obsession for revenge.
Zarina's Father | Zarina's Lore
Her father whose camera Zarina used to start her filmmaking career.
Monsters | Midwich Elementary School
Various scarred corpses scattered throughout Midwich Elementary School that can be seen falling out of lockers or rattling inside confined spaces.
Crying Girl | Midwich Elementary School
A Girl found in the Midwich School Bathroom Crying.
Claudia Wolfe | Silent Hill 3
A high priestess of The Order who impregnated Cheryl with their God.
Harry Mason | Silent Hill
Cheryl's father and protagonist of Silent Hill 1 and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.
Robbie the Rabbit | Silent Hill 3 & Lost Mascot Sets
A Lost Mascot of the Lakeside Amusement Park.
British East India Company | The Blight's Lore & Doors Unknown
A company that funded Talbot's experiments into a new, more powerful drug for British soldiers.
They stopped funding him after he created a mass grave of dead factory works and many insane soldiers.
Nine Mystics | The Blight's Lore, Doors Unknown & Soul Chemical
Nine hooded figures in thick, dark robes.
Monks of an ancient mystery school posing as a monastery that nursed him back to life.
They were devoted to their research into the Soul Chemical and the vibrations of dimensions.
They later abandoned him to an opium den when his research grew close to actualization.
Felix's Girlfriend | Felix's Lore
His love, who became pregnant.
Lauren Golder | Felix's Lore
One of Felix's colleagues.
Madeleine Deshayes | The Twins' Lore, Madeleine's Glove , Stale Biscuit , Rusted Needle , Madeleine's Scarf , Forest Stew , Drop of Perfume & Iridescent Pendant
Charlotte and Victor's mother who was persecuted and executed for accusations of being a witch.
Hazra Shah | Élodie's Lore
Also known as The Collector, an occult specialist who archived rare artefacts.
NO SPIN | The Trickster's Lore, Yun-Jin Lee's Lore, Inferno Wires , On Target Single , Waiting For You Watch , Fizz-Spin Soda & Cut Thru U Single
The band Ji-Woon Hak was a part of and whose other members were killed by a fire at Mightee One Entertainment Headquarters.
Mightee One Entertainment Executives | The Trickster's Lore & Yun-Jin's Lore
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.
Yumi | Melodious Murder
A victim of The Trickster whose screams were recorded.
Allano Muse | Chorus of Lies
A semi-famous producer from San Diego.
Robert Kendo | Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 & Hysteria
The owner of Gun Shop Kendo.
Carlos Oliveira | Resident Evil 3 & Lethal Pursuer
A mercenary working with the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.).
Brian Irons | Resident Evil 2 & Brian's Intestine
The corrupt chief of the Raccoon City Police Department.
Licker | Resident Evil 2 & Licker Tongue
A mutated zombie with an exposed brain and a long prehensile tongue.
Dr. Matt Gorkis | Resident Evil & Iridescent Umbrella Badge
A spokesperson for the Umbrella Corporation.
Mr. X | Resident Evil 2 & Shredded Fedora
A tyrant who pursued Leon and Claire through Racoon City.
Plant 43 | Resident Evil 2 & Plant 43 Vines
A plant mutated by the T-Virus that created plant/zombie hybrids.
S.T.A.R.S. | Resident Evil Franchise, S.T.A.R.S. Field Combat Manual & Shattered S.T.A.R.S. Badge
The Special Tactics and Rescue Service was an elite special forces division under the jurisdiction of the Raccoon City Police Department, though privately funded and able to operate independently. They operated out of an office in the Raccoon City Police Station. After the Arklay Mansion incident, they were disbanded.
Members of the organization include Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine.
Tyrant-002 | Resident Evil & Tyrant Gore
A Tyrant that was killed by Chris and Jill at the Arklay Mansion.
Umbrella Corporation | Resident Evil Franchise, A Charm & Multiple Add-ons
A British multinational conglomerate with influence in various industries. They are most well known for Umbrella Pharmaceuticals and their development of Bio Organic Weapons, or B.O.W.s, such as the T-Virus and Tyrants, like the Nemesis T-Type.
They own a private military force called the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service or U.B.C.S, which worked to rescue survivors from biohazard outbreaks and provide humanitarian relief.
Known members of the U.B.C.S. include Carlos Oliveira and Mikhail Viktor.
Butterball | Hellraiser & Greasy Black Lens
An obese Cenobite wearing sunglasses who follows Pinhead. In the novel he leads the Cenobites but due to technical issues with his prosthetics, he was demoted.
Deep Throat | Hellraiser & Impaling Wire
A female cenobite with a nail through her nose, and who has a metal half circle piercing her cheeks. From the half-circle comes wire hooks which open the wound on her neck.
The Engineer | Hellraiser & Engineer's Fang
A fleshy, scorpion-like creature, that accompanies Cenobites upon their grim undertakings.
Julian | Mikaela's Lore
Mikaela's best friend and roommate, who supported her throughout her life.
He recorded a variety of her storytelling performances, posting them online, and entered her into a storytelling festival.
After Mikaela accidentally summoned The Entity, he recorded every sound and uploaded it online, but disappeared the next day.
Mikaela's Father | Mikaela's Lore
Her father who dissapeared when Mikaela was sixteen. A sailor, terrible taco chef and a laughing, loving father.
- This section contains characters from Mikaela's stories.
Lucian | Tiny Awful Things
A cowardly soldier, who fakes his own death to avoid fighting in battle. After several days, he is visited by Death, who he attempts to outwit by making a final meal out of the battlefield.
Lower Dimensional Demon | Tiny Awful Things
An unnamed demon who pretends to be Death to torture Lucian.
Mona | Wrath of the Killer Pumpkins
A powerful witch who would always win the annual pumpkin festival with her mutated pumpkin seeds.
Mortafykuss Cucurruss Pumpkins | Wrath of the Killer Pumpkins
A pumpkin that grows large and fast with thick thorny vines. After being fed blood it grows larger, gives birth to killer pumpkin monsters who rampaged across the town. The pumpkin creatures have orange and green skin, thorns for feet, long vines for arms and their face resemble the person who's blood they fed upon.
Rebecca | Wrath of the Killer Pumpkins
Ulla's six-year-old daughter, who loves pumpkins. She accidentally cuts herself on a pumpkin's thorns and causes the Mortafykuss Cucurruss to grow deadly.
Romulus | Dejavuism.
The legendary founder of Rome, who was raised by a she-wolf and killed his brother Remus.
In legends, he is said to have dissappeared during a sudden, violent storm. According to Mikaela, he is taken by a black storm could and brough into the Entity's Realm where he is chased by a hideous creature that could not possibly exist alongside two scottish lightous keepers and Yui Kimura.
Toby | The Bell From Hell
Tina's brother. After clanging an old bell he found in a junkyard, he is attacked by The Wraith and bludgeoned to death.
Tina | The Bell From Hell
Toby's sister. She and her brother accidentally wander into The Entity's Realm and are killed by The Wraith.
Ulla | Wrath of the Killer Pumpkins
A widow and Rebecca's mother. She was desperate to win the annual pumpkin festival and stole a Mortafykuss Cucurruss pumpkin seed from her neighbour, Mona.
Carmina's Friends | The Artist's Lore
A group of like-minded painters who understood Carmina's iconoclastic vision.
Carmina's Parents | The Artist's Lore
A deadbeat mother, who abandoned her family and an angry grief-ridden father.
Crows | The Artist's Lore & various Birds of Torment Add-ons
A murder of crows who befriended Carmina, and comforted her after her brother's death. They protected and watcher over her for years.
Merciless and vicious, when driven into a rage they stopped at nothing and killed everyone near Carmina, whether they were friend or foe.
Matias | The Artist's Lore
Carmina's younger brother, who drowned in a river. His death drove Carmina to suicide.
CIA | Jonah's Lore
The CIA, or Central Intelligence Agency, was Jonah's workplace. While there he worked to decode radio broadcasts and deciphered codes.
Jonah's Father | Jonah's Lore
A man who gre up poor, but strove for a better life and bought a mangrove to support his family.
Kwantana Civilians | Jonah's Lore
Civilians of the Democracy of Kwantana. Jonah's work led to many of them being mistakenly bombed, leading to staggering civilian casualties.
Kwantana Rebels | Jonah's Lore
Rebels against the Democracy of Kwantana. Jonah worked to decipher thei messages, and find their locations.
Shizuko Yamamura | Ringu & Mother's Comb
Sadako's mother and a famed seer, who fell in love with the sea.
Reiko Asakawa | Ringu & Reiko's Watch
Yoichi's mother and a reporter investigating the cursed VHS tape.
Towel Man | Ringu & Sadako Rising trailer
A mysterious figure seen in the cursed video tape.
Distorted Faces | Ringu & Sadako Rising Trailer
Distorted Faces found in photographs by Yoichi, before Sadako attacks him.
Lighthouse Keepers | Dejavuism. & Yoichi's Lore
Two Scottish lighthouse keepers who operated the lighthouse on Eilean Mòr, one of the Flannan Isles off the coast of Scotland, also known as the Seven Hunters. In history, they mysteriously disappeared on the 15th of December 1900, believed to have been taken by a particularly violent wave.
Mikaela had a vision of them as Survivors in the Entity's Realm, attempting to escape a Trial alongside Yui Kimura and Romulus.
Many people would later disappear at the lighthouse under similar circumstances, leading Yoichi to investigate.
Film Crew | Yoichi's Lore
A film crew that disappeared near the lighthouse on Eilean Mòr. Their disappearance led a professor to theorise that there was an intelligence in the water, a darkness calling people like a siren.
Yoichi's Students | Yoichi's Lore
The students that Yoichi taught at a university in Tokyo, two of whom dissapeared in Izu Ōshima. Their dissapearance led to Yoichi unlocking his psychic powers and losing his position.
Vloggers | Yoichi's Lore
Four vloggers who had mysteriously disappeared near the lighthouse on Eilean Mòr. Their dissapearance led to Yoichi going to that lighthouse and entering the Entity's Realm.