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Silent Hill 4: The Room is the best Silent Hill game after the second one and one of the most . It's also a symbolic projection of Sullivan and his relationship to his victims, all of whom he is keeping tabs on. . In SH4, her damage level only impacts the ending you'll get. There is no haven, no escape. Eileen Galvin is the deuteragonist of Silent Hill 4: The Room. (alive in Escape/ Mother endings, deceased in Eileen's Death/21 Sacraments endings) . that their relationship has strengthened over their previous recognition of one another . This is ending 1 out of 4 [1 being the best ending, 4 being the worst.] According to catchsomeair.us: The apartment building is safe and.
She hates her mother, blaming her for divorcing Harry, though she later reconciles with her at the end of the game after she has fully accepted Harry's demise. She becomes abducted by the Order and is almost immolated herself, but is rescued by her mother and her own dark self, the latter massacring the entire Order. Sharon then merges with her original and dark selves.
The sequel, Silent Hill: Revelation retcons this by making Alessa's dark self still roaming free, while Sharon, now known as Heather, searches for her father in Silent Hill. She was Harry's high school sweetheart, and their marriage is described as a "nine-year honeymoon". Jodie contracted an illness that made her unable to have children, and she died sometime in the seven years interim between Cheryl's discovery and the start of the game.
She is the main antagonist of both Silent Hill and Silent Hill: Dahlia is the mother of Alessa, whom she abused and wanted to birth the God, due to having vast supernatural powers connected to Silent Hill. At some point, she also taught the teachings of the Order to the children of the Wish House orphanage, located near Silent Hill; one of the children was Walter Sullivan, who eventually gained the powers of Valtiel and becoming a serial killer in Ashfield.
Origins, as part of the birthing ritual, Dahlia immolates Alessa by burning their house, which Travis Grady sees and stops by taking Alessa away from the house. Dahlia and her associate, Kaufmann, almost manages to birth the God, but the Flauros splits Alessa's soul, one half of which reincarnates into a baby girl the Mason couple adopted as "Cheryl".
In Silent Hill, Dahlia first appears to Harry as a friendly bystander, but later reveals her true persona as the one who orders the abduction of Cheryl. She manages to fuse Cheryl with Alessa, becoming the Incubator. The Incubator's evils are then expelled by Kaufmann as the Incubus, who incinerates Dahlia before being defeated by Harry. She divorced Harry years before the events of the game, earning her the hatred of her daughter.
Dahlia later reconciles with Cheryl after the latter accepts Harry's demise. Dahlia also appears in the film adaptation of Silent Hill, where she is a much more sympathetic character who is tricked to hand over Alessa to her sister, Christabella, as part of the Order's ritual.
Dahlia survives the mass killings of the Order by Alessa, due to her being a loving mother. Revelation, Dahlia appears in a minor role when she gives cryptic warnings to Heather, her daughter's reincarnation, about Silent Hill.
Origins, and by far the character with the most importance in the series. The daughter of Dahlia Gillespie, she was born with vast supernatural powers, which allowed Dahlia to use her to birth the God of the Order. In her childhood, she was best friends with Claudia Wolf, the only person who ever understood her. Alessa was immolated by Dahlia as part of the ritual, but was rescued by Travis.
Through the Flauros, the God's birth was delayed with Alessa's soul being split, one half of which went into Cheryl Mason. Alessa is kept alive by Kaufmann with Lisa's help to someday be reunited with Cheryl, eternally suffering with incurable wounds and projecting her nightmares onto the town in the form of the Otherworld.
In Silent Hill, a projection of Alessa makes Harry crash his car, leaving him unconscious long enough for Cheryl to recombine with Alessa. Harry eventually finds out about his daughter's connection with Alessa, and later battles the Incubus, the God that was born of Alessa's womb. The Incubator then gives Harry a reincarnated baby of Cheryl and Alessa before dying of her powers and was buried in the raining inferno.
Eventually however, the plan is aborted and Claudia births the incomplete God herself. Alessa also appears in Silent Hill 4 on a medallion titled as Saint Alessa. In the film Silent Hill, as in the games, Alessa was immolated; however, it was her aunt, Christabella, who led the proceeding after having tricked her mother. She is then split into three: Alessa's dark self merges herself into Rose so she can then conduct a mass killing of the fanatical cult led by Christabella, who believed Alessa to be "sin incarnate" due to her being born out of wedlock.
Afterwards, the three selves merge into one, recombining in Sharon's body. The sequel retcons this by having Alessa's dark self still roaming free and confronting Heather in Silent Hill, who manages to later combine with her. She follows Harry and later helps him to search for his daughter, Cheryl, becoming separated by him several times.
She is later found to have been possessed by a parasite, and Harry has the option to help or kill her. This affects the game endings; if Cybil is rescued, she would escape Silent Hill alongside Harry. Her final fate, however, is uncertain; her only mention in the canonical games in the series is in Silent Hill: Homecoming, when James Wheeler recounts to Alex Shepherd and Elle Holloway that he had once considered to take up a police job at Brahms after its previous occupant, Cybil, disappeared in Silent Hill.
Shattered Memories, Cybil is reimagined, again appearing as a cop whom Harry encounters in Silent Hill. In the film Silent Hill, Cybil helps Rose to search for her daughter, Sharon, but gets captured by the Order, who immolates her alive. He is part of the Order and Dahlia's helper in her plans to have her daughter, Alessa birth the God. After Alessa's immolation, Kaufmann commits Alessa to the Alchemilla Hospital and forces Lisa Garland, whom he is in a relationship and bribes with drugs, to keep Alessa living.
In Silent Hill, Kaufmann has grown disillusioned with the plans to birth the God and defies Dahlia by throwing the Aglaophotis to the fused form of Alessa and Cheryl, the Incubator, expelling its evil form, the demon Incubus.
After Harry manages to defeat the Incubus, he is allowed to leave by Alessa through a portal; Kaufmann also follows him, but he is stopped by Lisa's spirit who drags him down through a chasm, presumably to his death. Kaufmann reappears in the reimagining Silent Hill: Shattered Memories as a psychiatrist who periodically performs psychological questionnaires and tests on the player during a therapy session: Origins, Lisa, who is addicted to a certain form of drug called PTV, is bribed by hospital director Michael Kaufmann with the drugs in exchange for her part to care for Alessa.
Lisa is fazed by how Alessa's wounds never seem to heal and she soon becomes involved with the Order.
Lisa dies in the seven years that transpired in Silent Hill: Unaware of her true state, Lisa helps Harry around Silent Hill and gives him information about the Order. However, she eventually realizes that she is no different from the other manifestations; by the time Harry braces himself to meet her, she disappears. In the ending where Kaufmann is saved by Harry, Lisa's spirit stops Kaufmann of his track and drags him back to the chasm to his death. Lisa has a brief appearance in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, where Harry saves her from a crash only for her to succumb to her injuries later: Lisa also appears in the film adaptation, Silent Hill, though she is unnamed and only credited as "Red Nurse".
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During her daily care for Alessa, she becomes curious about the restriction not to see her and peeks; due to this, Alessa reacts violently and burns her eyes, though she later regrets having done so. Gordon[ edit ] K. While he does not physically appear in game, memos and items belonging to him occasionally appear throughout the Silent Hill series, which over time gradually allude to his profession and relationship with Alessa Gillespie. Gordon's name appears when Harry Mason discovers a key labeled "K.
This key opens up the K.
Gordon House, granting him access to Bradbury Street where he is then able to make his way to the Balkan Church, he is also on a list of teachers at Midwich Elementary School. In Silent Hill 3 his name appear in the church when Heather Mason comes across a room that is identical to Alessa Gillespie's classroom.
On the teacher's desk she finds K. The transcript reveals that Alessa was one of K. Gordon's students, and that the teacher harbored concerns for the young girl. He appears in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories having an affair with Cheryl Mason. He is the teacher in the "paparazzi photos". His phone number can be found on a classroom desk. If Harry Mason calls it, he learns that Mr. Gordon has been receiving harassing phone calls from students.
The message varies depending on the player's Psych Profile. God[ edit ] The God is the deity the Order worships and the foremost antagonist of the series.
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It has served as the final boss of Origins, 1, and 3 as well as cameos in 4, Shattered Memories, and Downpour. The God has four forms: Originsand Claudia Wolf's version in Silent Hill 3. Downpour also implies that god's original name was Kwekwaxawe Raven as Silent Hill was originally called the nest of the raven. After receiving a letter from his deceased wife Mary, James comes to the misty town of Silent Hill to find her. In "Leave", James has one last meeting with Mary, reads her full letter and leaves the town with Laura, while "In Water" sees James commit suicide by driving his car into the lake;  in "Rebirth", James plans to revive Mary using occult objects collected throughout the game.
If the player has saved data from Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3 's protagonist can investigate a clogged toilet in the Otherworld, and the player can prompt her to remove the blockage—much like the optional decision in Silent Hill 2. Portrayed by Guy Cihi in the original version  and by Troy Baker in the game's remastering,  "It doesn't matter who I am I'm just playing this game for the first time on my new HDTV.
I'm hearing a lot of details in old games that I hadn't before. Previously, I had not heard ALL the sound effects in in this room. I kept pausing the game to figure out if the sexual sounds were coming from the TV or through the walls!!
Suddenly, I think I understood the meaning. Its established early on that they don't know each other well, but obviously there'd be SOME level of attraction there, she's a pretty girl in skimpy clothes. People in apartment buildings tend to have a certain level of curiosity about each other, though the transient nature of rental property might keep them from really finding out much.
There's a certain level of intimacy involved with living next to someone.
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You hear the phone ring, you hear them singing, crying, arguing, more intimate things, etc. So, I think the eyes kinda symbolize this??? Then there's the sounds. Again, when I first played this game on an old-fashioned 19" TV, I only heard the loud, repetitive "Uhh Now, on HD, I hear a lot more!
I've been told by male friends that men often have sexual thoughts about women that they're not even particularly attracted to, or sometimes even intrusive sexual thoughts at times when they feel they shouldn't be thinking them. Which brings me to my next thought about this Is some guilt going on here? The real Eileen is in the hospital after an attempted murder. The giant Eileen-head reflects this because her face is clearly injured. Could the giant head symbolizes guilt over his sexual attraction to a woman who is suffering immeasurably?