Today marks a very important and influential day in The House of the Dead timeline history. On this day, February 26th of 2000, the malign financier, Caleb Goldman of the DBR, unleashed his grotesque hordes of creatures out onto civilian streets. This would trigger further events that would eventually lead to world devestation and change. Only the ilk of the AMS, James Taylor andGary Stewart, were able to make attempts at nuetralizing the threat on this date.
Yup. Today is the 20th anniversary of when Judgment tried to decapitate us, Hierophant attempted to impale us, Tower attempted to maul us, Strength attempted to slice us, Magician tried to burn us, and Emperor tried to do all of these at once AND stab us (ouch).
But comrades, we're still kicking twenty years later.
Harry, the fourth agent involved in the case. He held a plethora of information regarding Goldman's plans. Some believe this is what lead to him being hurt by Strength as the case moved forward..
Caleb Goldman, the mastermind behind the outbreak.
Judgment, a brainy (Zeal, the flying imp) and brawny (Kuarl, the suit of armor) duo, this unique monstrosity displayed great loyalty to Goldman.
An icthyoid beast wielding a trident, it infested the city's waterways with its dreaded schools of Mofish.
This hydra-esque collection of snakes lurked in the sewers and lashed at the agents at every given attempt. Watch out for those great jowls!
Fast and definetely furious. This kamakaze/gladiator of a monster was created specifically to hunt you down with no remorse. It is stealth to its core, no ounce of intellect to be found. This beast critically injured Harry before James and Gary confronted it.
The beloved boss of this series was feared and loathed by Gary and James. Making an unexpected second comeback from his last appearence at the Curien Mansion, Magician welcomes the agents with a spine-chilling speech before using his cunning and his speed to fight the agents.
The final monster confronted and defeated, this creature was the culmination of Goldman's research, and his magnum opus. Emperor could transition, transform, and transmogrify, but his unstable nature failed him greatly in the end.