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  • It would be weird for this to be non-canon or another Talbolt, given that has never happened before and all of the archives have been about his journey, so it wouldn’t make much sense. (Quote) The inconsistency is that we saw the events in which Ta…
  • (Quote) You really seem to hate that I have a different interpretation of a character. No, I don’t see Caleb as a one-dimensional character or someone that kill for the sake of killing or even lacking on good qualities, I think he is more like Oni, …
  • (Quote) I can do better than point out one instance in which Caleb killed an innocent, I can point out two: the prison guard that Caleb brutally killed for just doing his job and a sheriff that the gang killed for “interfering with their job”: Marsh…
  • (Quote) That is one way of interpreting the character(and please, don’t lecture me about “reevaluating my point of view” because I don’t agree with a fan theory), but I don’t think that is the main theme of Caleb, that I never felt that it was “ he …
  • (Quote) But that only shows that the Entity is showing them illusions to make him enter the Realm, not that is all that he can see. We see the same tactic with Zarina: She inserted her hand. Fingers landed on a piece of cold, cracked metal. She fish…
  • Beyond the idea that the entity is controlling what the killers with glowing eyes see (which I don’t believe), and besides aesthetic reasons, I think that there could be other reasons for that feature depending on the killer: -Wraith: The eyes could…
  • (Quote) To be fair, besides Chucky, I was thinking more on a OC child killer, because with that, they have the freedom to give them any power. I remember reading a fan concept of a child killer in reddit that was interesting and I think Identity V h…
  • (Quote) Yes, but the Q/A is a lot older and it has some answers become outdated(like killers not being undead), while the stream fits better with the actual lore and is backed up by the outfits, that I think is mean to be canon. Is possible that at …
  • (Quote) The “Tragic Love Opera” came in february of 2019, while the lore stream in which the devs confirmed that they could interact with each other came in October of 2018, so I doubt that the answer was just to promote the outfits: Do Killers inte…
  • I really don’t see a problem with children killers, like they are a thing in the horror genre and we have seen them all across different forms of media without any controversy, so don’t see why it should be a big deal here. I think the devs stated i…
  • (Quote) Remember that Talbot started experimenting with the serum, because he found the notes of Vigo about it, so I think the serum was still used in some way to allow Vigo to escape the Void, perhaps it helped manipulate the realm, like we know th…
  • (Quote) Nitpick, but an add-on from the blight confirms that Vigo also returned from the Void, somehow: Vigo's Journal: The journal of a man who claimed to have returned from The Void. The knowledge within has practical applications.
  • (Quote) Doc I think is a similar deal to Trapper. Ok with murder and in fact we know that he is still “experimenting” with the survivors in the trials, but he is probably not happy to obey the entity and its rules, which is probably the reason for i…
  • (Quote) Not sure about the corrupted versions of survivors (as the blight happened in a very specific way and is clear that he had some potential even as a survivor), but killers turning survivors could be an interesting thing, although it would be …
  • (Quote) But it is not confirmed that Talbolt meet with survivors at all during the time where he was experimenting with Killers and more importantly, the description of the add-ons mentions that is from a recent survivor,not something from the past:…
  • -Is not confirmed if Doctor had a PHD or not, what we know is that he was a student working in a neuroscience program in the Léry institute, did some nasty stuff in a research assignment, the CIA noticed him and made a deal with him to continue his …
  • (Quote) It is confirmed that he is the Alchemist, as one of his add-ons confirms that he was the one that experimented on the Killers, with the add-on being the tag that the blight killers had on their back: A glass-like laboratory tag, moulded from…
  • (Quote) Pretty sure that the Blight is still experimenting with Survivors from the info of some of his add-ons and we know that Killers can meet each other in the realm, so the Blight would have a lot of chances to create more “blight” versions of k…
  • Eh, I like the cane, it fits with the “crazy scholar” design that they seem to be going with Blight. Although I agree that it looks and he is using in a weird way, perhaps it would look better if the cane was bigger (so it looked more like a scythe)…
  • (Quote) Yeah, I don’t remember such a quote coming from the devs, at least from the official Q&A that they had in the past, so sorry if I am a bit skeptic, because the rest of the lore still went for the explanation that the entity is attracted …
  • (Quote) Not really, at the very least with Felix, that has a lot of his backstory and character connected to his father and the group, and Talbolt only start exploring the metaphysical (and thus, attracting the Entity) after being saved by the group…
  • (Quote) But it is not a connecting factor, as they are not a constant. Unless you are talking about some leak lore from the archives that I haven’t read, the group that fights the Entity is not a constant, and although there are implications about a…
  • (Quote) Yeah, I was also surprised at the things that Talbot did, given that he did start as a survivor, but I think the difference from other killers is that, he regretted and was haunted by what he did, but still wanted to do good despite his obse…
  • Worshipers? I got the opposite, that those were people, like the Observer’s group, that studied the nature of dimensions (hell, it is probably that they were the same group) and oppose the Entity and fight its influence. I think that is basically co…
  • I understand if you feel unconformable about the devs using a real life conflict and crimes in a backstory, but technically, they have already done similar stuff with the Huntress in World War 1 and the Doctor all but confirming to have been part of…
  • I think the ability has potential to be good and fun, but I feel this is a Ghostface situation, where the Killer in the PTB is literally broken. I seriously doubt this is how the Killer is supposed to work, like, is too inconsistent for that to be t…
  • He is still intelligent. He still uses a weapon when his arm should be enough (given that he beat the Trapper with it) and his mori seems to be him experimenting with the survivor and killing them when it does not pay off. Also, some of his add-ons …
  • (Quote) That was resolved in the next blight event, where it was shown that he was thrown into the Void, spent some time there and eventually made a deal with the Entity to get out, implying that he was going to become a Killer. My theory is that th…
  • (Quote) The issue is that in the next lore(that I forgot to include), the alchemist talks about finding info from Vigo himself, so it doesn't make sense for him to be Vigo: I discovered a hidden laboratory while running away from a monster. Its stoc…
  • (Quote) That is unlikely, considering that in the first batch of lore about the Alchemist before the tomes, the one thing that he remembered before the trials was being in opium dens, something that as far as we know, Benedict had contact, given tha…