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Just Passing Through
 Post subject: "the Creep"

Missing since: 26 Mar 2010
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hello people of the forem. iam new and proud to be part of this site.

Anyway i thought i bring up something that is kinda obvious buuuut i dont know. i'll but a spoiler box just in case.

[spoiler]when harry gets back to the boat after visiting the light house he says that the "creep" will probably be at the park with Cybil. wean i first played the game i thought he was refering to Alessa or Dalia as the creep. in later play throughs i found the phrase a little odd for ether one.

iam ether totally wrong or maybe iam on to something that got deleted. any other ideas?[/spoiler]

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Missing since: 01 Aug 2006
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He's referring to Alessa. Remember, at that point, Dahlia's been helping him out, so he trusts her, and she refers to Alessa as a "demon in that child's form" that plans to pretty much cause the end of the world. Harry is under the belief that it was Alessa who kidnapped Cheryl.

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I thought he meant the special powers of her vagina.


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Just Passing Through
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Missing since: 02 Feb 2010
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Aura, is correct. In the memo of SH3 he was being led to believe that Alessa was a demon and that she took Cheryl as a sacrifice. But he becomes conflicted later on, given how much she looks like his little girl, and he feels that she is looking for someone to help.

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Missing since: 17 Jul 2010
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AuraTwilight wrote:
He's referring to Alessa. Remember, at that point, Dahlia's been helping him out, so he trusts her, and she refers to Alessa as a "demon in that child's form" that plans to pretty much cause the end of the world. Harry is under the belief that it was Alessa who kidnapped Cheryl.


i agree wit it too

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Just Passing Through
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Missing since: 10 Jul 2010
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I agree with the above...but even so, I thought it an odd term to use as well. It just didn't quite fit somehow. They could have come up with a much better name for him to call her.

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The first game's English script is rather... awkward. Much moreso than any of the other games'.

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Just Passing Through
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True...perhaps it was just an awkward translation.

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I totally would've expected the "creep" to be a monster. No way in hell would I ever think of Alessa. The translators really needed to think about that. Oh well.

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Missing since: 26 Mar 2010
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Well, it makes sense for him to be referencing Alessa.
[Reveal] Spoiler:
They're trying to stop the seals, Cybil and Harry split up to stop Alessa, he encounters Alessa at the top of the lighthouse, she vanishes, and when he returns to the boat it Cybil has not returned from her task yet.
It makes perfect sense that he was referring to Alessa as "creep." At least, I knew who he meant. : \


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Not to mention he was sort of told Alessa was a monster.

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I thought he meant the special powers of her vagina.


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Just Passing Through
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Missing since: 10 Jul 2010
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Yeah, I thought it was Alessa too, I just thought it an odd name to call her LOL I could think of a dozen other names to call her before 'creep', but maybe that's a very American word to have used then? I think 'witch' would have been the top of my list.

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I assumed it was Alessa and something was lost in translation, as creep is usually masculine.


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Missing since: 21 May 2010
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Goodnight wrote:
I assumed it was Alessa and something was lost in translation, as creep is usually masculine.



^^^This....it wasn't that big of a deal...i too thought it was something that was a wee bit lost in translation...


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