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'''Papa Caesar''' is a notorious crime lord and one of the main antagonists of "Overkill". Though no mention of a price being on his head has been brought up, he's being hunted down by [[G]] (who's on a mission to investigate his activities in Bayou city), [[Issac Washington]] (who wishes to avenge his father whom Caesar killed), and [[Varla Guns]] (who's after him for abusing her crippled brother [[Jasper Guns]]).
 
'''Papa Caesar''' is a notorious crime lord and one of the main antagonists of "Overkill". Though no mention of a price being on his head has been brought up, he's being hunted down by [[G]] (who's on a mission to investigate his activities in Bayou city), [[Issac Washington]] (who wishes to avenge his father whom Caesar killed), and [[Varla Guns]] (who's after him for abusing her crippled brother [[Jasper Guns]]).
   
At first sight he appears to be responsible for the undead mayhem and the big boss of the operation, with him appearing in almost every chapter while on the run. At the end of the fifth chapter, he kidnaps Varla and throws a tape recorder at Issac saying that there's a message for him in it. But in the end of the second-to-last chapter, he's shown strapped to an electric chair like the also captured Varla Guns. At this it's revealed that he was merely an accomplice with the real mastermind being the prison warden [[Clement Darling]], though Clement still credits Caesar as the killer of Issac's father. After a moment shock and disbelief, Caesar finally meets his end when Clements activates the electric chair he's sitting on and kills him, robbing Issac of his revenge.
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At first sight, he appears to be responsible for the undead mayhem and the big boss of the operation, with him appearing in almost every chapter while on the run. At the end of the fifth chapter, he kidnaps Varla and throws a tape recorder at Issac, saying that there's a message for him in it. But in the end of the second-to-last chapter, he's shown strapped to an electric chair like the also-captured Varla Guns. At this, it's revealed that he was merely an accomplice, with the real mastermind being the prison warden [[Clement Darling]], though Clement still credits Caesar as the killer of Issac's father. After a moment of shock and disbelief, Caesar finally meets his end when Clements activates the electric chair he's sitting on and kills him, robbing Issac of his revenge.
   
At the end of the credits, the recording that was given to Issac can be heard. Apparently Caesar has been suffering from "moral duty" and with no one around, wishes to confide in Issac. It's in this recording that a handful of themes and possible ties to the other House of the Dead games are brought up as follows:
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At the end of the credits, the recording that was given to Issac can be heard. Apparently, Caesar has been suffering from "moral duty" and with no one around, wishes to confide in Issac. It's in this recording that a handful of themes and possible ties to the other House of the Dead games are brought up as follows:
   
 
1. Clement Darling was the one who originally discovered the mutation compound in the lab underneath his prison; the compound that is possibly responsible for the following chaos and ultimately the World Collapse.
 
1. Clement Darling was the one who originally discovered the mutation compound in the lab underneath his prison; the compound that is possibly responsible for the following chaos and ultimately the World Collapse.
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2. Though Clement's plans were "small-minded" (with his primary intention being to save his elderly mother), he had "very powerful friends" - possibly including [[Dr. Roy Curien]], [[Goldman]], and the mysterious limping man seen in secret endings - who "have had access to the compound for some time", and who have possibly used the original compound or variants of it.
 
2. Though Clement's plans were "small-minded" (with his primary intention being to save his elderly mother), he had "very powerful friends" - possibly including [[Dr. Roy Curien]], [[Goldman]], and the mysterious limping man seen in secret endings - who "have had access to the compound for some time", and who have possibly used the original compound or variants of it.
   
Finally, Caesar ends in saying to Issac whether he realizes that his father is alive. Interestingly when Caesar said that on the tape, many players speculated that Caesar might be Isaac's father. But this is unlikely as Isaac said that he was named after his father, meaning that his father's name is Isaac Washington Sr. and not Caesar.
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Finally, Caesar ends in asking Issac whether he realizes that his father is alive. Interestingly, when Caesar said that on the tape, many players speculated that Caesar might be Isaac's father. But this is unlikely, as Isaac said that he was named after his father, meaning that his father's name is Isaac Washington Sr. and not Caesar.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Papa Caesar has a soft spot (obsession??) with Chinese food - he loves sweet and sour.
 
*Papa Caesar has a soft spot (obsession??) with Chinese food - he loves sweet and sour.
 
*GameInformer ranked Caesar among the "Top 10 Villains of 2009," declaring that "Many villains have unleashed genetic abominations and blown us up, but none did it while wearing a stylish ascot. Papa Caesar makes engineering the zombie apocalypse look good. Analogizing Isaac Washington's death to a sweet and sour Chinese dinner seals his position on the list."
 
*GameInformer ranked Caesar among the "Top 10 Villains of 2009," declaring that "Many villains have unleashed genetic abominations and blown us up, but none did it while wearing a stylish ascot. Papa Caesar makes engineering the zombie apocalypse look good. Analogizing Isaac Washington's death to a sweet and sour Chinese dinner seals his position on the list."
*Caesar was modeled after actor [[Wikipedia: Burt Reynolds|Burt Reynolds]]
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*Caesar was modeled after actor [[Wikipedia: Burt Reynolds|Burt Reynolds]].
   
 
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Revision as of 05:34, July 11, 2011

Papa Caesar is a notorious crime lord and one of the main antagonists of "Overkill". Though no mention of a price being on his head has been brought up, he's being hunted down by G (who's on a mission to investigate his activities in Bayou city), Issac Washington (who wishes to avenge his father whom Caesar killed), and Varla Guns (who's after him for abusing her crippled brother Jasper Guns).

At first sight, he appears to be responsible for the undead mayhem and the big boss of the operation, with him appearing in almost every chapter while on the run. At the end of the fifth chapter, he kidnaps Varla and throws a tape recorder at Issac, saying that there's a message for him in it. But in the end of the second-to-last chapter, he's shown strapped to an electric chair like the also-captured Varla Guns. At this, it's revealed that he was merely an accomplice, with the real mastermind being the prison warden Clement Darling, though Clement still credits Caesar as the killer of Issac's father. After a moment of shock and disbelief, Caesar finally meets his end when Clements activates the electric chair he's sitting on and kills him, robbing Issac of his revenge.

At the end of the credits, the recording that was given to Issac can be heard. Apparently, Caesar has been suffering from "moral duty" and with no one around, wishes to confide in Issac. It's in this recording that a handful of themes and possible ties to the other House of the Dead games are brought up as follows:

1. Clement Darling was the one who originally discovered the mutation compound in the lab underneath his prison; the compound that is possibly responsible for the following chaos and ultimately the World Collapse.

2. Though Clement's plans were "small-minded" (with his primary intention being to save his elderly mother), he had "very powerful friends" - possibly including Dr. Roy Curien, Goldman, and the mysterious limping man seen in secret endings - who "have had access to the compound for some time", and who have possibly used the original compound or variants of it.

Finally, Caesar ends in asking Issac whether he realizes that his father is alive. Interestingly, when Caesar said that on the tape, many players speculated that Caesar might be Isaac's father. But this is unlikely, as Isaac said that he was named after his father, meaning that his father's name is Isaac Washington Sr. and not Caesar.

Trivia

  • Papa Caesar has a soft spot (obsession??) with Chinese food - he loves sweet and sour.
  • GameInformer ranked Caesar among the "Top 10 Villains of 2009," declaring that "Many villains have unleashed genetic abominations and blown us up, but none did it while wearing a stylish ascot. Papa Caesar makes engineering the zombie apocalypse look good. Analogizing Isaac Washington's death to a sweet and sour Chinese dinner seals his position on the list."
  • Caesar was modeled after actor Burt Reynolds.
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Characters
GIsaac WashingtonVarla GunsCandi Stryper (Extended Cut)Papa CaesarClement Darling
Bosses
JasperCoco and Sindy (Extended Cut)ScreamerNigel and SebastianMeat Katie (Extended Cut)CrawlerLobberBrutusMother
Chapters
Papa's Palace of PainNaked Terror (Extended Cut)Ballistic TraumaCarnyCreeping Flesh (Extended Cut)Scream TrainThe Fetid WatersJailhouse JudgmentOverkill
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