Mansion (1), also used on the opening screen
Mansion (2), Mausoleum
Mansion (3), after meeting Rebecca
St. Michael's & Vicarage
The Devil Take the Hindmost
Voices in the TowerEdit
- My name? My name is hate, man-child.
- We all labor against our own cure. Death is the cure for all disease.
- The Seals are fast. Where is the power you promised me? Answer me, Abaddon! (Unsure if it's him.)
- I will avenge and kill the Son of Adam.
- There is a Reaper whose name is death and with his sickle keen, he reaps the bearded grain at breath and the flowers that grow between.
- For I have seen, and yet I do not fear of him.
- Give me the blood of Man.
- And he that will his health deny, down among the dead to lie.
- And to you Father, what does Thou ask of me?
- Daughter, come from there and see the fire in the sky.
- Child of Heled. Sleep - sleep and cometh upon thy wings to me.
- It is Raym. And with him follow the hordes of Hell.
- By the Laws I cannot refuse, yet what you do Florentine is against the laws set before. What I do I do because for me there is no choice.
- ... with the fires of Wrath, he shall consume...
- And the moon shall turn as blood and the Sun as sackcloth, in the last days.
- Not until the last days, my child. Remember that.
- Stand I say. Stand for the Light. Rally to the walls and fight!
- It shall be here Antoine, here in the forests of Falshire that they shall fall. Then, our spy shall move and Aelf shall fall from within.
- The Yielders are come. Run to the Gates!
- He plots against me. His vision is great but my will is the stronger.
- ... and there to die upon the hill. Take him!
- You hide and skulk within your walls but for you, heh heh, for you, there will be nothing. Do you hear me?
- The beast has fled to the Tower, and with it our bargain. I warned you against making the Dodger your own, Florentine! Now we will all pay!
- It has fallen my Lord. The Chamber is theirs. It was Thomas. The traitor was Thomas.
- The Templars come. Look, there. Above the mount. The legions of darkness are come. To me, to me. Rally to the Banner.
- A man will come. But his face is hidden to me, my Lord.
- Seven are the Stones and Seals. With Thy word, are they enough?
- And in those days, a star will fall.
- ... the minions of the night walk this very hour. Wouldst you see? Wouldst you see how they shall take the Soulstone from them?
- My Master brings good news of the times...
- Come, join me son of Adam. It would be unfair to leave them all to me.
- ... hold him... hold him! Damn it Priest, the wards are failing. Close it up... now. Bind it... do it now. The Dodger is breaking the line...
- Once touched, no man may lay his hand upon the blade.
- And each Seal is his word, lest no Man touch their power.
- Give the command! The associates will fall.
- I have seen the Templars have stood within its walls, but for you there will be nothing.
- ↑ This is a slightly altered version of this quote from English philosopher Sir Thomas Browne.
- ↑ This quotation is a slightly altered version of the first stanza of the poem, "The Reaper And The Flowers," by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
- ↑ Loosely cited from a poem by English writer William Morris, namely "Down Among the Dead Men".
- ↑ According to Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, Raym (or more prominently Räum or Raum, respectively) is a Great Earl of Hell, ruling thirty legions of demons. He is depicted as a crow which adopts human form at the request of the conjurer. Raym steals treasures out of kings' houses, carrying them where he wishes, and destroys cities and dignities of men (he is said to have great dispraise for dignities). He can also tell things past, present and future, and reconcile friends and foes.
- ↑ Refers to a passage from the Book of Revelation (6:12).