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Silent Hill Play Novel: Harry's Scenario
Please note: This Play Novel script and walkthrough was translated by Toby Normoyle (loc182). All rights reserved.

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Puzzles

Generator Puzzle

Generator Switchboard Puzzle

Location: Midwich Elementary
Information: To bring power to the school generator all you need to do is complete the switchboard circuit. Use the pointer and highlight the squares shown in the picture to pass the puzzle.

 

Chemical Puzzle

Chemical Puzzle

Location: Alchemilla Hospital
Information: Harry finds three beakers with chemicals outside the chained hospital storehouse. Harry must use a precise amount of the unnamed chemical to melt the chain locking the door to the hospital storehouse.

To solve the puzzle, move the chemical liquid from beaker to beaker to finish with the chemicals in a 1/10, 7/7 and 2/5 sequence:

1. Move liquid from A to C. (5,0,5)
2. Move liquid from C to B. (5,5,0)
3. Move liquid from A to B. (3,7,0)
4. Move liquid from B to C. (3,2,5)
5. Move liquid from C to A. (8,2,0)
6. Move liquid from B to C. (8,0,2)
7. Move liquid from A to B. (1,7,2)

 

Butterfly Puzzle

Butterfly Specimen Puzzle

Location: Alessa’s Room, Nowhere
Information: To get through the locked door in Alessa’s bedroom, Harry must carefully search her butterfly specimen collection for a small silver key. Move the magnifying glass cursor over each butterfly while hitting the action/accept button to reveal a hidden key.

 

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Bosses

Lizard

Splithead

Location: In the basement of the Alternate School.
Attack Method: Has a large mouth 4 meters in diameter that opens in all directions and can swallow a man whole. The lizard has two main attack methods – firstly, it’ll try and knock you off balance with its head. Then, once injured, it’ll get aggressive and start moving with more speed in an attempt to devour you.
Weakness: Inside of its mouth.
Best Tactics: If you want Harry to actually kill the monster, find the “Children’s Book” in the library instead of a “Pharmaceutical Book” or the “Dictionary of Religious Science.” Choose to have Harry recall the “Library” during the fight and recite the contents of the fairytale. Doing so will give you the option to shoot the Split Head in the mouth killing it instantly.

 

Twinfeeler

Twinfeeler

Location: First floor, Shopping Mall
Attack Method: A giant brown caterpillar about 5 meters long. It burrows into the sand to sneak up on Harry then sprays him with poisonous green acid.
Weakness: Standing on a steel plate in the middle of the room stops it charging from below. It’s head is susceptible to shots from the rifle
Best Tactics: If you want Harry to chase away the Twinfeeler without injury, search the first floor instead of the second after seeing Cheryl’s image on the TV screens. Searching the first floor allows Harry to find the rifle before the big fight and have an upper hand.

 

Float Stinger

Float Stinger

Location: Building across the street with the water tower, opposite Alchemilla Hospital
Attack Method:A giant white moth that is the evolved form of the Twinfeeler. This Boss has two dangerous attack methods; first it’ll spray a deadly cloud of venom in your face, then it’ll fly into you, giving you a hefty whack and knocking you off balance.
Weakness: It’s not particularly fast and reasonably easy to avoid. Hiding behind the water tower on the roof prevents the moth from attacking quickly and gives Harry the upper hand to aim and shoot.
Best Tactics: This depends upon your supplies. If you have loads of ammo and health drinks to spare, just stand there and fire off shots as quickly and as accurately as you can and you’ll soon finish it off. If ammo supplies are low, keep moving until the Moth has let off its poison cloud. Turn immediately, fire off a couple of shots, then get moving again – only this time in the other direction. Although this is more time-consuming, it will save your supplies.

 

Cybil

Puppet Cybil Bennett

Location: Lakeside Amusement Park, Alternate Silent Hill.
Attack Method: A possessed Cybil with glowing red eyes and controlled by a demonic parasite inside her body. Her cop-issued firearm can finish you with two shots.
Weakness: She’s slow, unstable and takes a while to reload her weapon.
Best Tactics: Shoot at her with one of your stronger firearms from a distance, making use of your L1 and R1 buttons to avoid her fire. When she stops to reload, run forward and empty as many bullets into her as possible. Repeat this as many times as necessary. If you wish to use the unknown liquid (Red Aglaophotis), wait until she stops to reload before approaching her.

 

Incubus

Incubus

Location: Deepest levels of the Other/Alternate World
Attack Method: A creature with a head like a bull, green muscles and very large wings emerges from Alessa after Kaufmann sprays her with Aglaophotis. With two main attack methods, this Demon can finish you off quickly if you don’t keep an eye on your life gauge. It’ll either fire at you with a strong energy blast or shoot several lightening strikes your way.
Weakness: The attack methods are predictable, and the Demon stays routed to the same spot, which makes it easier for you to avoid its blasts.
Best Tactics: Don’t even try to use a melee weapon. As soon as the battle begins, fire off as many Rifle rounds at the Winged Demon as you can before it starts warming up with its electrical blast. Then start running around in a big circle, remembering to keep moving and avoiding any of its strikes. As soon as it lets off a blast, stop, fire once or twice, then get running again.

 

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Weapons

Knife

Knife

Location: Alchemilla Hospital
Cons: N/A – the weapon is not used
Pros: N/A – the weapon is not used

 

Handgun

Handgun

Location: Cybil gives it to you in the Café
Cons: There’s a limited range and this weapon can have little effect on bosses or the tougher enemies
Pros: It’s quick, easy to use and there’s loads of ammunition to be found. You can also move when firing

 

Hunting Rifle

Rifle

Location: Shopping Mall, Larva Boss
Cons:You can’t move when firing, and it’s slow to reload. Rifle Ammo is scarce, so you should try to conserve it
Pros: Most powerful firearm weapon in the game

 

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Items

Flashlight (unseen): Harry happens to have this on his person and it is very useful in his exploration of the many dark areas of Silent Hill.

Radio: A red radio that emits static when monsters are near. The closer the monsters are to Harry’s vicinity, the louder the static becomes. Harry picks this handy tool off a table in Café 5 to 2.

Town Map (unseen): A map of Silent Hill that Harry happens to already have in possession. He references it while looking for Alchemilla Hospital.

Sketchbook: Cheryl’s yellow sketchbook with Harry’s portrait on the cover. Harry finds it after he returns to the Alley where Cheryl disappeared after meeting Cybil in Café 5 to2. Has “to School” written in red ink, is Cheryl leaving him a message?

School Map (unseen): A guide made of Midwich Elementary Harry finds tacked with a rusted thumtack to the sidewall of the entrance to the school.

Children’s Book: a book found in the Alternate Library in Midwich Elementary. Has an abstract illustration of a youth carrying a bow and arrow on the cover and contains a fairy tale that depicts how a hunter defeated a giant lizard. If you want Harry to actually defeat the Split Head in the novel you must choose to find this in the library and have Harry recall the story during the fight.

Pharmaceutical Book: a book found in the Alternate library in Midwich Elementary that describes the properties of White Claudia and a blurred page referring to a viscous liquid used in exorcisms. If you choose to find this book in the library Harry will be unable to fend off the Split Head and gets swallowed whole.

Dictionary of Religious Science: a book found in the Alternate library in Midwich Elementary that discusses ancient religions that offer living sacrifices and advises followers unable to renounce the world for their religion to deepen their knowledge of sacred texts. If you choose to find this book in the library Harry will be unable to fend off the Split Head and gets swallowed whole.

Flauros: a mysterious ancient 4-sided triangular object that contains the overwhelming power of the gods. When held in the palm of his hand Harry has the sensation of an electrical current pulsing though his body. Dahlia Gillespie leaves this holy object in Harry’s possession after their initial meeting in the Church. Harry later uses it to subdue Alessa in the Nightmare Amusement Park.

Drawbridge Key: a little silver key left by Dahlia in the church. Harry uses the key to lower the bridge in the Drawbridge tower to reach Alchemilla hospital.

Scrap of paper (unseen): Harry finds this on the Examination room floor in Alchemilla Hospital immediately after his initial meeting with Kaufmann. It reads: “Arrival tomorrow morning be prepared!” Most likely this is a note given to Kaufmann by Dahlia before the events of the game.

Light Green Key (unseen): Harry finds this on a table in a Meeting room in Alchemilla Hospital.

Empty Bottle (unseen): an empty bottle found on the counter in the Kitchen of Alchemilla Hospital. Harry uses the empty bottle to pick up the Aglaophotis in the Director’s office in the hospital.

Aglaophotis: A sticky liquid spilled on the floor of the Director’s office in Alchemilla Hospital. Several shades are found on the floor: blue, red and purple but only the red works in an exorcism. Harry can use this liquid to save a possessed Cybil in the Nightmare Amusement park. Michael Kuafmann stashes a bottle of the stuff in a motorcycle gas tank and later throws it on Alessa to expel the god in the Nightmare Amusement Park.

Memo (unseen): A memo found outside the Storehouse Door of Alchemilla hospital that explains how to mix the chemicals to get through the door: “To create it you must come up with one deciliter of liquid and pour it into the test tube. No more or no less, that man had said.But there are no graduations on the beakers. This makes it impossible to come up with one deciliter using these three large beakers.”

Chemicals: Found outside the store room in Alchemilla Hospital. Harry uses 1 deciliter of this chemical to burn through the chain that locks the storeroom door.

Alessa’s framed portrait: A picture of Alessa with her name engraved along the bottom edge. If Harry picks it up he notices that “02/4Y DNA” is written on the back of the frame. Harry takes the picture with him before he leaves the secret room.

Alessa’s diary (unseen): A diary Lisa Garland gave Alessa while under her care. Contains a brief insight into the days leading up to Harry’s arrival to town. Found by Alessa’s framed portrait by her hospital bed in the hospital basement.

Payphone book (unseen): A phonebook found in the Alchemilla Hospital corridors. Harry searches the directory to find the “other church” mentioned by Dahlia. Harry notices a mark by the name and address of an antique shop in Silent Hill and goes there in search of the “other church.”

Oddly shaped key (unseen): Left by Dahlia on the Examination room table and is used to unlock the Antique Shop.

Black Vinyl Bag: Protects a small glass bottle of Aglaophotis and hidden by Michael Kaufmann in the gas tank of a motorcycle in a hotel garage.

Silver Key: A small key found in Alessa’s collection of butterflies in her bedroom in Nowhere. Opens the final door.

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Walkthrough

 

Midwich Elementary School

School Entrance: Entrance to Midwich Elementary. Harry finds a school map here.
Music Room: contains a grand piano with a large amount of blood on the keys.
Hallway, dark: a hallway where Harry is attacked my Mumblers in Midwich Elementary.
Stairs: Lead to the School’s basement.
Boiler Room: Contains the the school’s boilers. Harry turns the boilers on to bring electricity back to the school. This also contains the novel’s first puzzle and Harry’s first glimpse of Alessa Gillespie at the end of the level.
Courtyard: a small courtyard in the middle of the school dotted with withered plants and a large clocktower.
Clocktower: Found in the small courtyard in Midwich Elementary. It is tall enough to reach the third floor of the school and has a door in the base big enough for an adult to enter while bent over. Inside there is an overpowering “loathsome stench,” ladder and small passageway. Walking through the clocktower brings Harry to the Alternate Midwich Elementary.
School hallway light: After the Split Head battle Midwich’s halls fill with light. Harry can hear church bells in the distance.

 

Alternate Midwich school

The reality Harry enters after traveling through the school’s clocktower. Here the air is extremely warm and the stench of rotting meat hangs thickly through the air.

Alternate Courtyard: contains the school’s clocktower and has and “extremely religious-looking design […] drawn in the center…Within a large double circle a triangle has been placed, and within that a strange pattern that looks like hieroglyphics [are] drawn.” Dahlia misinforms Harry that this symbol is the Seal of Sameal when in actuality it is the seal of Seal of Metatron.
Nightmare School Hallway: Alternate Midwich hallways that have metal grated floors, blood covered walls and corpse-like puppets suspended everywhere.
Teacher’s Lounge: A door Harry has to force opens. Desks are strew about and a heavy stench permeates the room. Three blue telephones are found in here and Harry attempts to use one to call the police or his home. Calling home results in an unknown man gasping and hanging up followed by a busy signal. Calling the police results in only a busy signal. When Harry attempts to leave one of the phones rings with Cheryl on the other line begging Harry to help her and asking him where he is. After Cheryl’s plea the phone quickly goes to a busy signal.
Library: Contains a table with an open book. Harry can find the Children’s Book, Pharmaceutical Book, or Dictionary of Religious Science here.
Alternate Basement: After descending in an elevator at a high pace Harry finds himself here in a small room with a sconce and column set on fire. The room is very hot and humid and looks like the room was meant for prayer. In this room Harry fights the Split Head.

 

Alchemilla Hospital

Hospital Gate: Entrance to Alchemilla Hospital.
Reception Area: The first room Harry visits in the hospital. Various papers are neatly stacked on shelves and waiting benches line the back hall and face a small television.
Examination Room: A normal hospital room with various instruments and tools all about. Harry first meets and finds Michael Kaufmann here with a corpse of a freshly killed Air Screamer at his feet.
Meeting Room: A normal meeting room with a large table in the center. Harry notices something glittering on top and picks up a light green key here.
Kitchen: The food for patients is prepared here with various bronze cooking utensils on stainless steel countertops. At first Harry sees nothing of importance but finds and picks up an empty bottle or kitchen knife here.
Hospital Corridor: A hallway Harry passes through during his exploration of the hospital.
Director’s Office: A ransacked room with an overpowering stench inside. Behind the directors deck several bottles have been broken (by Dahlia) leaving red, blue and purple liquid on the floor. Harry can use the empty bottle found in the Kitchen to scoop up the red, blue or purple liquid. If Harry picks up the red liquid he has a chance to save Cybil in the Nightmare Amusement Park.
Dark hospital Floor: The hospital without electricity. Harry passes through here to reach the generator room.
Generator Room: Small room with a large machine labeled “Emergency Generator.” Harry turns this generator on to make the elevator operational
Elevator (floors 1-3): With power to the elevator Harry attempts to explore the 2nd and 3rd floors of the hospital but only finds locked rooms.
Elevator (floors 1-4): A mysterious 4th floor button appears in the elevator when Harry re-enters the elevator on the 3rd floor. Going to the 4th floor brings Harry to the Alternate Hospital.

 

Alternate Hospital

The reality Harry enters after taking the hospital elevator to the 4th floor.

Nightmare hospital corridor: The hospital hallways in the Alternate Hospital containing dark red rested walls and metal grated floors. Harry meets, kills and flees from puppet nurses in this area.
Hospital Storehouse Door with chain: The door to the hospital store room is locked tight with a chain. If only there was some way to break though?
Area outside hospital storehouse: Directly outside the chained Hospital storehouse lies a table with various beakers filled with chemicals and the second puzzle in the play novel. Completing the puzzle correctly allows Harry to make a chemical to dissolve the chains hold the storehouse shut.
Hospital Storehouse Door with melted chain: The door after Harry melts the chain.
Hidden door in Storehouse: door found behind a cabinet in the hospital storehouse. Leads to Alessa’s secret hospital room.
Iron Gate: Found beyond the hidden storehouse door and covered in vines. Harry lifts and enters the gate to reach Alessa’s secret hospital room.
Alessa’s Hospital Room: Found in the basement of the hospital basement. Contains a medical bed, medical equipment and unlike other hospital rooms feels like someone was recently here. Harry picks up Alessa’s diary and photograph in this room.
Nightmare Examination Room: The nightmare version of the room you found Kaufmann in. Harry finds a very scared Lisa Garland in here and frequently meets her here after falling unconscious in several areas around Silent Hill.
Alternate Hospital basement: While attempting to reach the basement in search of Kaufman accompanied by Lisa they come upon a passageway with the seal of Seal of Metatron is inscribed everywhere. It also one of the areas Lisa meets her death.

 

Antique Shop/ Other Church

Entrance to antique shop: Harry finds the door ominously open with a staircase leading down to the actual locked shop.
Antique Shop: A small antique shop that looks like it’s been ransacked by a thief. Harry finds Passage to the “other church” behind a bookshelf.
Passage entrance: A dark passage hidden behind a shelf in the antique shop. If Harry shoots first at Lisa at their first meeting Cybil go down the passage first and dies. Harry will find her corpse on the floor.
Other church: Room at the end of the dark hidden passage. The room is small and smells like something has been burned in the air. There’s an altar on the wall to the right and an axe hanging on a back wall. When Harry attempts to leave flames suddenly rise from the altar and he loses consciousness. If Harry shot at Lisa and reaches the room behind Cybil he finds her corpse and a large candle aflamed with green smoke billowing from it.

 

Alternate Silent Hill, Town Center Shopping mall

Town Center Shopping Mall: The building appears to be in ruins with many monsters roaming the darkness. Metal grating forms the floors and large monitors greet shoppers at the entrance. When Harry begins to head up the escalator Cheryl image and voice appears on the large monitors begging for help.
Shopping Mall 2nd Floor: Completely deserted and Harry can hear a liquid substance splashing in the distance. As he explores the floor a section gives way and Harry falls into the Sandy Area on the 1st floor.
Shopping Mall 1st Floor: The first floor is made up of dilapidated department stores and metal gratings. Things are scattered on the floor and a giant spider web stretches throughout the area.
Sandy Area: There is a open area inside the 1st floor walled off by metal grating and filled with sand with a steel plate directly in the middle. The entire area is lit by incandescent light from above and Harry is able to enter through a circular hole cut in the grating. In this Sandy area Harry fights the Twinfeeler and finds the rifle on the ground.

 

Alternate Silent Hill

Outside Alternate hospital: Outside the alternate hospital Harry climbs the building across the street with a water tower on the roof. The Float Stinger catches up with Harry here and they battle it out.
Generic Alternate Silent Hill Street: Harry travels down this way to reach the Town Center shopping mall.

 

Lakeside Tourist Area

Lakeside Intersection (night): The most popular part of Silent Hill the lakeside tourist spot. Harry gets here by passing through the sewers connects to the water supply installation near the elementary school.
Annie’s Bar: Lies on the road to the lake. Harry hears a struggle inside and saves Kaufmann from a mumbler.
Lakeside Intersection (night) 2: Another intersection shown of the lakeside district. Harry sees this when he leave’s Annie’s bar.
Hotel Garage: Harry follows Kaufmann here from Annie’s Bar. Ancient dust is everywhere and the room reeks of mildew. There’s a dirty metal shelf with oil, a sprayer, tires and a yellow motorcycle in the middle of the garage. Harry finds Kaufmann’s hidden stash of Aglaophotis here.

 

Alternate Lakeside Tourist Area

Alternate Lakeside Intersection: The alternate version of the Lakeside intersection.
Small Boat: After the town turns into a nightmare Harry runs across a pier and into this small boat midway down the pier. Harry finds not only Cybil waiting but Dahlia comes by as well.
Lighthouse roof: A lighthouse off the pear. After Harry ascends the spiral staircase he finds a large Seal of Metatron just completed on the floor with Alessa standing in the middle. When he steps closer to her she jumps off the roof of the lighthouse.
Amusement Park: After visiting the lighthouse roof Harry looks for Cybil at the amusement park. Various attractions run constantly “as if they were broken toys.”
Merry-go-round: Unlike the other attractions the merry-go-round is eerily still. Harry finds a dark green liquid trail and follows it to the source, Cybil Bennett slumped in a wheelchair. Harry kills or saves the possessed Cybil by shooting her with the handgun or throwing the red Aglaophotis on her.

 

Nowhere

Unknown corridor: in Nowhere Harry travels through here to reach Alessa’s room, the video room and witnesses several flash backs.
Flashback 1 (school): Dahlia and Alessa at school. A flashback scene where Dahlia asks for Alessa’s power and Alessa refuses and states she just wants to be with her. This is the moment Dahlia realizes she “could have done it all myself”.
Video room: After the Dahlia and Alessa flash back Harry stumbles into this room from the Alternate hospital and views Lisa’s videotape confession.
Flashback 2 (hospital bed): After viewing Lisa’s video tape Harry sees this flash back of cult members surrounding Alessa’s bed and discuss how half of her soul is lost and discusses using a magic spell to call it back to town.
Alessa’s bedroom. While in nowhere the room transforms into Alessa’s old bed room. Stuffed animals and art supplies are scattered about all over. Butterfly specimens hang on the wall and Harry finds a key to the final door here.
Final Area: Last stage of the game where you confront Dahlia, Alessa and battle the incubus. After the battle the room in engulfed in flames and Harry is lucky to escape through a staircase portal generated by Alessa.

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Endings

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Ending A

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 07-10 [Kitchen] Choose (A) and pick up the bottle
  • In decision block 07-13 [Spilled Liquid] Choose (A) and pick up the red liquid
  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (A) and Slowly approach
  • In decision block 13-02 [Inside the Boat] Choose (A) and go to the lighthouse
  • In decision block 14-02 [Lighthouse Roof] Choose (A) “I’ve got a bad feeling. I’ll head back to the boat “
  • In decision block 14-05 [Lighthouse Roof] If you didn’t choose A in block 14-02 choose (A) and Bravely jump in.

Ending:
Hidden behind the locked door of Alessa’s bedroom lays a wide open space with metal grated floors stretching back into infinite darkness; the gateway to the deepest level of the Silent Hill otherworld. Undaunted by the ominous atmosphere, Harry steps through the portal and is overwhelmed by the weight of evil in the air as a great power pulsates around him.

Harry is not alone.

Alessa, a stranger in a wheelchair, and Cybil are in the middle of the room, listening to Dahlia lament Alessa’s attempt to inscribe the talisman of Metraton all over Silent Hill despite the return of the lost soul. Dahlia notices Harry and tells him how grateful she is that he was able to foil Alessa’s plans while saving her own from ruin.

Taking advantage of the distraction, Cybil raises her gun and fires; a single bullet speeds toward Dahlia but shatters harmlessly against an invisible barrier that seems to surround the entire Gillespie family. Displeased and annoyed, Dahlia throws a ball of light at the cop, throwing Cybil backward; she lands hard, collapsing at Harry’s side, unconscious from the force of the blow.

Moved to act by the sight of Cybil’s crumpled form, Harry meets Dahlia’s cold gaze and demands that she tell him where he can find his daughter. As if in response to his demands, a bright white light engulfs Alessa and the stranger in the wheelchair; when it fades, only Alessa remains, clad in a white one piece dress. Awash with success, Dahlia gestures toward the transformed Alessa and tells Harry that Cheryl, as he knew her, no longer exists; she now stands before him restored to her former self.

Bewildered, Harry protests, but Dahlia is undeterred and continues her story. She tells him how Alessa – who nearly burned to death in a fire – has been kept alive these past seven years so she could suffer in an endless nightmare of pain and anger; all for the sake of nurturing the god within her and in preparation of the day when her other half would return to Silent Hill and make her whole again.

Now, a triumphant Dahlia exclaims, Alessa is complete and can finally assume her role as the Mother of God, and bring forth the child-god that will release humanity from pain and return the world to paradise.

Dahlia’s enraptured sermon is cut short by the arrival Michael Kaufmann. Breathless from exertion and enraged at being used, he holds Dahlia at gunpoint and demands that she return things to “how they were before” and vows to destroy her grand plan in retribution for how he has been treated. Dahlia smugly informs him that her plan is already in motion and his threats are meaningless, but her bravado falters as Kaufmann pulls a small glass vial from his pocket; it is filled with a dark, red liquid and Harry, forgotten for the moment, recognizes it as the bottle he had found earlier in the hotel garage.

Dahlia finds the entire situation entirely inconceivable and, with her ego now properly deflated, insists she has destroyed all of the Aglaophotis. Pleased by her discomfiture, Kaufmann boasts that Dahlia only disposed of the Aglaophotis he wanted her to: the small stash he planted in his office for her to find.

Goading Dahlia gleefully, he tells her that there is plenty more where this small sample came from and throws the vial at Alessa; it shatters against her, soaking the front of her dress. To Kaufmann’s horror, Alessa collapses to the floor as her back splits and her body opens like a cocoon to release a large winged creature with a bull’s head: Incubus.

Shattered, Harry cries out to his fallen daughter only to be mocked by a sneering Dahlia who insists that Cheryl no longer exists but that God has finally appeared to reach out and save them.

Ignoring Dahlia’s scorn, Harry rushes to Alessa’s limp form and is met by a vision of Cheryl who thanks him for his love and quickly faded away. The vision of Cheryl snaps Harry out of his panic and leaves him keenly aware of the danger he now faces. His attempt to escape is thwarted by several well-placed lighting strikes from Incubus and the disappearance of both Dahlia and Kaufmann leaves no question as to the fate in store for him. With no other options available to him, Harry draws his gun and fires his remaining bullets at the god. Luck is on Harry’s side as Incubus is unable to hold his form together under the stress of the gunfire; the newly born god breaks into pieces and dissolves into the air.

With Incubus defeated, the power that had previously pervaded the area gone and everything begins to collapse in a storm of fire-rain and earthquakes. Realizing the area, and possibly the entire town, is on the verge of collapse, Harry rushes again to Alessa’s side but any attempt he might have made to save her is thwarted when she forces a new born baby into his arms and insists that he leave quickly. Across the room, Cybil regains consciousness and the pair flees the destruction together. Their escape is aided by Alessa who uses her last bit of strength to protect them from consumed by the raining fireballs and open a portal for them to escape through.

As they hurry up the stairs to freedom, Harry is wonders anxiously why Alessa has entrusted him with this child but swears to raise it as his own.

Digital Trading Cards received:
09 – Air Screamer
10 – Split Head
15 – Switchboard
18 – Specimens

Ending B

  • In decision block 07-10 [Kitchen] Choose (B) and pick up the knife
  • In decision block 07-13 [Spilled Liquid] If you didn’t choose B in block 07-10  Choose (B) or (C)  and pick up the blue or purple liquid.
  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (A) and Slowly approach
  • In decision block 13-02 [Inside the Boat] Choose (A) and go to the lighthouse
  • In decision block 14-02 [Lighthouse Roof] Choose (A) “I’ve got a bad feeling. I’ll head back to the boat “
  • In decision block 14-05 [Lighthouse Roof] If you didn’t choose A in block 14-02 choose (A) and Bravely jump in.

Steps to get this ending:

Ending:

Hidden behind the locked door of Alessa’s bedroom lays a wide open space with metal grated floors stretching back into infinite darkness; the gateway to the deepest level of the Silent Hill otherworld. Undaunted by the ominous atmosphere, Harry steps through the portal and is overwhelmed by the weight of evil in the air as a great power pulsates around him.

Harry is not alone.

Alessa and a stranger in a wheelchair are in the middle of the room, listening to Dahlia lament Alessa’s attempt to inscribe the talisman of Metraton all over Silent Hill despite the return of the lost soul. Dahlia notices Harry and tells him how grateful she is that he was able to foil Alessa’s plans while saving her own from ruin.

Unwilling to remain silent, Harry meets Dahlia’s cold gaze and demands that she tell him where he can find his daughter. As if in response to his demands, a bright white light engulfs Alessa and the stranger in the wheelchair; when it fades, only Alessa remains, clad in a white on piece dress. Awash with success, Dahlia gestures toward the transformed Alessa and tells Harry that Cheryl, as he knew her, no longer exists; she now stands before him restored to her former self.

Bewildered, Harry protests, but Dahlia is undeterred and continues her story. She tells him how Alessa – who nearly burned to death in a fire – has been kept alive these past seven years so she could suffer in an endless nightmare of pain and anger; all for the sake of nurturing the god within her and in preparation of the day when her other half would return to Silent Hill and make her whole again.

Now, a triumphant Dahlia exclaims, Alessa is complete and can finally assume her role as the Mother of God, and bring forth the child-god that will release humanity from pain and return the world to paradise.

Dahlia’s enraptured sermon is cut short by the arrival Michael Kaufmann. Breathless from exertion and enraged at being used, he holds Dahlia at gunpoint and demands that she return things to “how they were before” and vows to destroy her grand plan in retribution for how he has been treated. Dahlia smugly informs him that her plan is already in motion and his threats are meaningless, but her bravado falters as Kaufmann pulls a small glass vial from his pocket; it is filled with a dark, red liquid and Harry, forgotten for the moment, recognizes it as the bottle he had found earlier in the hotel garage.

Dahlia finds the entire situation entirely inconceivable and, with her ego now properly deflated, insists she has destroyed all of the Aglaophotis. Pleased by her discomfiture, Kaufmann boasts that Dahlia only disposed of the Aglaophotis he wanted her to: the small stash he planted in his office for her to find.

Goading Dahlia gleefully, he tells her that there is plenty more where this small sample came from and throws the vial at Alessa; it shatters against her, soaking the front of her dress. To Kaufmann’s horror, Alessa collapses to the floor as her back splits and her body opens like a cocoon to release a large winged creature with a bull’s head: Incubus.

Shattered, Harry cries out to his fallen daughter only to be mocked by a sneering Dahlia who insists that Cheryl no longer exists but that God has finally appeared to reach out and save them.

Ignoring Dahlia’s scorn, Harry rushes to Alessa’s limp form and is met by a vision of Cheryl who thanks him for his love and quickly faded away. The vision of Cheryl snaps Harry out of his panic and leaves him keenly aware of the danger he now faces. His attempt to escape is thwarted by several well-placed lighting strikes from Incubus and the disappearance of both Dahlia and Kaufmann leaves no question as to the fate in store for him. With no other options available to him, Harry draws his gun and fires his remaining bullets at the god. Luck is on Harry’s side as Incubus is unable to hold his form together under the stress of the gunfire; the newly born god breaks into pieces and dissolves into the air.

With Incubus defeated, the power that had previously pervaded the area gone and everything begins to collapse in a storm of fire-rain and earthquakes. Realizing the area, and possibly the entire town, is on the verge of collapse, Harry rushes again to Alessa’s side but any attempt he might have made to save her is thwarted when she forces a new born baby into his arms and insists that he leave quickly, opening a portal to facilitate his escape. As he hurries up the stairs to freedom, Harry is wonders anxiously why Alessa has entrusted him with this child but swears to raise it as his own.

Digital Trading Cards received:
04 – Alessa
11 – Puppet Nurse
13 – Float Stinger

Ending C-1

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (A) and Slowly approach
  • In decision block 13-02 [Inside the Boat] Choose (B) and go to the Amusement Park
  • In decision block 16-23 [Black screen] Choose (A) open the door

Ending:

The boat rocks gently as Harry watches Cybil walk away. She’s a cop, he tells himself, she can handle this, but as he turns toward the lighthouse, guilt washes over him.

Yes, she is a cop.

Yes, she is probably better equipped to handle this horrible nightmare than he is.

Yes, they had agreed that splitting up was the best course of action.

And, no, he didn’t have a clue what he was doing.

But he was pretty sure that dealing with horror-movie monsters and a twisted town straight out of Steven King’s nightmares wasn’t exactly standard training at The Academy, so he doubted Cybil did either.

The bottom line was that she was putting herself in harm’s way for the sake of his daughter when any sane person would have run in the other direction as fast as their feet would carry them. He can’t let her go to the amusement park alone, and the lighthouse will still be there later.

His mind made up, Harry leaves the Lakeside district – and the lighthouse – behind, and follows after Cybil.

When he arrives at the amusement park, all of the rides have been turned on and the entire complex is awash in neon and movement.

Except for the merry-go-round; there the proud ponies and glittering saddles stand silent and dark. As he approaches the ride, he notices a wheelchair and Cybil slumped over within it. Concerned, Harry rushes toward her, but as he draws closer, Cybil stirs in the chair, stands, slowly raises her gun, and points it at his chest, starring blankly the entire time. Harry’s heart skips a beat and he stops where he is, frozen in shock.

The seconds tick by in silence as Harry struggles to regain his balance… and his voice.

Nonplussed, Harry pleads with Cybil for an explanation, even as his mind churns to provide its own but – as if possessed – Cybil remains stoically silent, and there are no answers in her blood red eyes.

Or are there?

(If Harry took the the bottle and the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he found in the Director’s Office. With no better ideas at his disposal, Harry reaches into his pocket for the small bottle and waves it in front of Cybil’s face. The gun doesn’t waver, but surprise and hope play across Cybil’s face and her eyes well with tears. As she cocks the gun, her eyes implore him to act and Harry responds by splashing her with some of the mysterious red fluid.

The effect is immediate: white smoke rises from Cybil’s body wherever the fluid hits and her face twists in agony. Her body crumples in pain and she falls, face first, to the ground. As Harry closes the gap between them, a small creature digs its way out of Cybil’s back and begins to crawl away. Venting his fury and disgust, Harry stomps on the parasite – violently and repeatedly – until it is dead….

(If Harry failed to take the bottle or the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he saw in the Director’s Office. His whole body goes cold at the thought that it might have held the solution to Cybil’s condition and he wishes desperately that he had thought to take it with him, but his mind snaps back to the present as Cybil cocks her gun. He pleads again for her to lower the gun, but Cybil remains impassive and fires stiffly.

Left with no alternatives, Harry returns fire and Cybil drops to the ground. Blood spreads slowly across her chest and back, staining her uniform and Harry drops to his knees at her side, overcome with grief. He had followed Cybil to help because he didn’t want to see her get hurt in pursuit of his daughter; because he didn’t want to see her fall prey to the monsters of Silent Hill.

He never thought he would be that monster.

As he kneels at Cybil’s side, overcome with grief and guilt, a small creature forces its way from her back and drops to the ground. Too overwrought to think, let alone move, Harry watches impassively as the parasite slithers off into the darkness…

Before Harry can decide what to do next, Alessa appears out of the darkness. After everything he has just been through, Harry finds it hard to be surprised; instead he is just angry and tired. Hoping to bring this nightmare to an end, he confronts Alessa and demands that she let Cheryl go. Alessa’s response comes in the form of a mighty blast that throws Harry back 30 meters. Stunned and helpless, Harry lays sprawled on his back and he wonders bleakly how he can ever get close enough to someone so powerful to be effective.

How would he ever get his daughter back?

As if in response, a bright light erupts from his pocket: the Flauros is reacting to Alessa’s power. Removing the Flauros from his pocket, Harry watches in surprise as the small pyramid-looking device floats above him, spinning and rotating furiously. Without warning, a focused beam of light shoots out from the device and pierces Alessa’s body, her body rocks back violently in response to the blow and Alessa crumples to the ground like a rag doll.

Harry’s surprise continues as Dahlia Gillespie appears out of nowhere and grins disconcertingly over the now-helpless little girl. Finding his equilibrium, Harry presses Dahlia with the same questions he posed to Alessa earlier but Dahlia is disturbingly focused on Alessa and doesn’t respond. She scolds Alessa, calling her a ghastly little pest, and tells her that her games have come to an end. With arrogant self-depreciation, Dahlia admits culpability for not having realized how much Alessa has grown, but she tells the girl smugly that she won’t make the same mistake again and that she won’t escape their spell again.

Struggling to sit up, Alessa can only respond with a weak “Mama…” and her shoulders slump sadly.

Harry’s mind reels in shock: mama? Is Dahlia, Alessa’s mother?

Harry tries to digest this new information as Dahlia continues to scold Alessa. She begs Alessa to leave her alone, but Dahlia will not be deterred and before Harry can react, both Alessa and Dahlia disappear.

As the darkness swallows him, Dahlia’s words echo in Harry’s mind: there is one thing left I need you to do for me…

Harry wakes to Lisa’s concerned face. Confused, he looks around and realizes he’s back in the hospital. He presses Lisa for answers, but she has none to give and is more concerned with telling him about her visit to the hospital’s basement.

Harry considers trying to change the subject, but given his track record lately, he doesn’t expect it’ll do any good and let’s Lisa speak.

She tells him that she used to be Kaufmann’s assistant and that he told her never to go near the basement. On the one occasion when she had asked about what went on there, Kaufmann changed dramatically, becoming so irritable and angry with the hospital staff that people went out of their way to avoid him.

When they were alone – Lisa continues – he spoke to her in religious terms and warned her that the end of the world was coming; that humans would disappear and only he would survive; that what we saw with our eyes was all false. Shortly thereafter, Kaufmann killed himself. He set his body on fire and his remains were so charred it left his body practically unidentifiable.

Stunned, Harry insists that’s impossible: he had spoken with Michael Kaufmann only few hours ago in this very hospital.

Lisa concedes that that Kaufmann may still be alive; his death was so mysterious and the body was so damaged, that the police deemed it a suicide only because they lacked evidence for any other conclusion.

Harry wonders aloud whether Kaufmann could really have found a way to fake his death or if, perhaps, the man he met earlier isn’t really Kaufmann, but Lisa is now convinced that Kaufmann is alive and well and hiding in the basement of Alchemilla Hospital.

Afraid to explore the basement by herself, Lisa asks Harry to help her. Harry isn’t necessarily convinced that Kaufmann is still alive, but if he is, he might be able to tell him something about Cheryl and even if he isn’t, there is a chance that Cheryl is being held in the basement. Either way, exploring the basement looks like his best course of action at this point; so he agrees.

As the pair enters the basement, Lisa notices that the Seal of Metatron has been drawn on entrance and as they push further, they find that the symbol is repeated on the floor and along the walls of the hallway. Harry, who continues to be the victim of Dahlia’s misinformation, tells Lisa how he has seen the “evil Seal of Sameal” all over town. He figures, aloud, that if the seal is here, then Alessa is here as well.

Lisa becomes enraged at the mention of Alessa’s name and demands to know how Harry has heard of her. Harry tries to explain to Lisa how he has seen Alessa multiple times today and how heard her call Dahlia “Mama”, but Lisa is convinced she can no longer trust him and has stopped listening. Lost in her rage, Lisa can barely contain herself. She rails against him, insisting that she has always done as she was told, as a true believer should. How she was obedient to the scripture even after she had lost everything. Her faith crumbling, Lisa pounds on the wall in a fury, shouting that there is no such thing as “god”; that there are only ugly humans, ruled by their ugly desires.

Bewildered, Harry asks Lisa what she knows that he doesn’t, but her response is venomous. She sneers at Harry that he is the just like “them”; that he thinks he knows everything.

Bewildered Harry asked Lisa if she knew something he didn’t and her only response was that Harry was the same as “them” and thought he knew everything. Struggling to get through to Lisa, Harry debates whether he should as her directly who “they” are, or use Alessa’s diary to get Lisa’s attention, but it doesn’t matter.

Lisa’s rage is unstoppable. She holds her anger out like a weapon vowing vengeance on the man that used her and Harry for helping him. Harry wonders briefly if “that man” was Kaufmann, but quickly moves to more immediate concerns, like calming Lisa down, but before he can do anything, Lisa’s rage evaporates and her face twists with amazement and horror.

Lisa’s gaze is fixed on a point behind Harry as she pleads for forgiveness, insisting that she had only done what she was told.

Harry turns around, to see what has frightened Lisa so completely, but the hallway goes completely dark and his flashlight blinks out. With the hallway shrouded in black, Harry is helpless as Lisa’s agonized scream is cut short by a low how and the crunch of bones and meat.

Terrified, Harry runs, but the darkness is so disorienting that he can’t be sure if he is running toward or away from the noise. His run is brought to an abrupt halt when he crashes into a wall with a large door. The light has returned and the Seal of Metatron stretches before him. Looking back the way he came, Harry is distressed to see that the path has vanished and he now stands trapped in a 2 x 2 meter cube.

Powered by the adrenaline in his system, Harry wrenches the door open and steps through into the darkness. As he clears the doorway, he is blinded by a pair of headlights that appear out of the darkness and bare down on him. With no time to react, Harry is helpless as the car hits him; his body bounces off of the hood like a ball and smashes into the rocks behind him. In is failed attempt to avoid him, the car is sent crashing through the guardrail and careening down the side of a cliff.

As Harry fights the searing pain in his ribs to draw his last few breaths, he thinks of Cheryl and he wonders helplessly what will happen to her now as the darkness claims him…

… as the darkness clears, Harry struggles to sit up. Using the steering wheel to push himself back he glances at the passenger side and his heart stops for a minute: the passenger side door is open and Cheryl is gone!

Digital Trading Cards received:
07 – Lisa
08 – Mumbler

Ending C-2

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (A) and Slowly approach
  • In decision block 13-02 [Inside the Boat] Choose (B) and go to the Amusement Park
  • In decision block 16-23 [Black screen] Choose (B) and let Harry’s body go with the flow

Ending:

The boat rocks gently as Harry watches Cybil walk away. She’s a cop, he tells himself, she can handle this, but as he turns toward the lighthouse, guilt washes over him.

Yes, she is a cop.

Yes, she is probably better equipped to handle this horrible nightmare than he is.

Yes, they had agreed that splitting up was the best course of action.

And, no, he didn’t have a clue what he was doing.

But he was pretty sure that dealing with horror-movie monsters and a twisted town straight out of Steven King’s nightmares wasn’t exactly standard training at The Academy, so he doubted Cybil did either.

The bottom line was that she was putting herself in harm’s way for the sake of his daughter when any sane person would have run in the other direction as fast as their feet would carry them. He can’t let her go to the amusement park alone, and the lighthouse will still be there later.

His mind made up, Harry leaves the Lakeside district – and the lighthouse – behind, and follows after Cybil.

When he arrives at the amusement park, all of the rides have been turned on and the entire complex is awash in neon and movement.

Except for the merry-go-round; there the proud ponies and glittering saddles stand silent and dark. As he approaches the ride, he notices a wheelchair and Cybil slumped over within it. Concerned, Harry rushes toward her, but as he draws closer, Cybil stirs in the chair, stands, slowly raises her gun, and points it at his chest, starring blankly the entire time. Harry’s heart skips a beat and he stops where he is, frozen in shock.

The seconds tick by in silence as Harry struggles to regain his balance… and his voice.

Nonplussed, Harry pleads with Cybil for an explanation, even as his mind churns to provide its own but – as if possessed – Cybil remains stoically silent, and there are no answers in her blood red eyes.

Or are there?

(If Harry took the the bottle and the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he found in the Director’s Office. With no better ideas at his disposal, Harry reaches into his pocket for the small bottle and waves it in front of Cybil’s face. The gun doesn’t waver, but surprise and hope play across Cybil’s face and her eyes well with tears. As she cocks the gun, her eyes implore him to act and Harry responds by splashing her with some of the mysterious red fluid.

The effect is immediate: white smoke rises from Cybil’s body wherever the fluid hits and her face twists in agony. Her body crumples in pain and she falls, face first, to the ground. As Harry closes the gap between them, a small creature digs its way out of Cybil’s back and begins to crawl away. Venting his fury and disgust, Harry stomps on the parasite – violently and repeatedly – until it is dead….

(If Harry failed to take the bottle or the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he saw in the Director’s Office. His whole body goes cold at the thought that it might have held the solution to Cybil’s condition and he wishes desperately that he had thought to take it with him, but his mind snaps back to the present as Cybil cocks her gun. He pleads again for her to lower the gun, but Cybil remains impassive and fires stiffly.

Left with no alternatives, Harry returns fire and Cybil drops to the ground. Blood spreads slowly across her chest and back, staining her uniform and Harry drops to his knees at her side, overcome with grief. He had followed Cybil to help because he didn’t want to see her get hurt in pursuit of his daughter; because he didn’t want to see her fall prey to the monsters of Silent Hill.

He never thought he would be that monster.

As he kneels at Cybil’s side, overcome with grief and guilt, a small creature forces its way from her back and drops to the ground. Too overwrought to think, let alone move, Harry watches impassively as the parasite slithers off into the darkness…

Before Harry can decide what to do next, Alessa appears out of the darkness. After everything he has just been through, Harry finds it hard to be surprised; instead he is just angry and tired. Hoping to bring this nightmare to an end, he confronts Alessa and demands that she let Cheryl go. Alessa’s response comes in the form of a mighty blast that throws Harry back 30 meters. Stunned and helpless, Harry lays sprawled on his back and he wonders bleakly how he can ever get close enough to someone so powerful to be effective.

How would he ever get his daughter back?

As if in response, a bright light erupts from his pocket: the Flauros is reacting to Alessa’s power. Removing the Flauros from his pocket, Harry watches in surprise as the small pyramid-looking device floats above him, spinning and rotating furiously. Without warning, a focused beam of light shoots out from the device and pierces Alessa’s body, her body rocks back violently in response to the blow and Alessa crumples to the ground like a rag doll.

Harry’s surprise continues as Dahlia Gillespie appears out of nowhere and grins disconcertingly over the now-helpless little girl. Finding his equilibrium, Harry presses Dahlia with the same questions he posed to Alessa earlier but Dahlia is disturbingly focused on Alessa and doesn’t respond. She scolds Alessa, calling her a ghastly little pest, and tells her that her games have come to an end. With arrogant self-depreciation, Dahlia admits culpability for not having realized how much Alessa has grown, but she tells the girl smugly that she won’t make the same mistake again and that she won’t escape their spell again.

Struggling to sit up, Alessa can only respond with a weak “Mama…” and her shoulders slump sadly.

Harry’s mind reels in shock: mama? Is Dahlia, Alessa’s mother?

Harry tries to digest this new information as Dahlia continues to scold Alessa. She begs Alessa to leave her alone, but Dahlia will not be deterred and before Harry can react, both Alessa and Dahlia disappear.

As the darkness swallows him, Dahlia’s words echo in Harry’s mind: there is one thing left I need you to do for me…

Harry wakes to Lisa’s concerned face. Confused, he looks around and realizes he’s back in the hospital. He presses Lisa for answers, but she has none to give and is more concerned with telling him about her visit to the hospital’s basement.

Harry considers trying to change the subject, but given his track record lately, he doesn’t expect it’ll do any good and let’s Lisa speak.

She tells him that she used to be Kaufmann’s assistant and that he told her never to go near the basement. On the one occasion when she had asked about what went on there, Kaufmann changed dramatically, becoming so irritable and angry with the hospital staff that people went out of their way to avoid him.

When they were alone – Lisa continues – he spoke to her in religious terms and warned her that the end of the world was coming; that humans would disappear and only he would survive; that what we saw with our eyes was all false. Shortly thereafter, Kaufmann killed himself. He set his body on fire and his remains were so charred it left his body practically unidentifiable.

Stunned, Harry insists that’s impossible: he had spoken with Michael Kaufmann only few hours ago in this very hospital.

Lisa concedes that that Kaufmann may still be alive; his death was so mysterious and the body was so damaged, that the police deemed it a suicide only because they lacked evidence for any other conclusion.

Harry wonders aloud whether Kaufmann could really have found a way to fake his death or if, perhaps, the man he met earlier isn’t really Kaufmann, but Lisa is now convinced that Kaufmann is alive and well and hiding in the basement of Alchemilla Hospital.

Afraid to explore the basement by herself, Lisa asks Harry to help her. Harry isn’t necessarily convinced that Kaufmann is still alive, but if he is, he might be able to tell him something about Cheryl and even if he isn’t, there is a chance that Cheryl is being held in the basement. Either way, exploring the basement looks like his best course of action at this point; so he agrees.

As the pair enters the basement, Lisa notices that the Seal of Metatron has been drawn on entrance and as they push further, they find that the symbol is repeated on the floor and along the walls of the hallway. Harry, who continues to be the victim of Dahlia’s misinformation, tells Lisa how he has seen the “evil Seal of Sameal” all over town. He figures, aloud, that if the seal is here, then Alessa is here as well.

Lisa becomes enraged at the mention of Alessa’s name and demands to know how Harry has heard of her. Harry tries to explain to Lisa how he has seen Alessa multiple times today and how heard her call Dahlia “Mama”, but Lisa is convinced she can no longer trust him and has stopped listening. Lost in her rage, Lisa can barely contain herself. She rails against him, insisting that she has always done as she was told, as a true believer should. How she was obedient to the scripture even after she had lost everything. Her faith crumbling, Lisa pounds on the wall in a fury, shouting that there is no such thing as “god”; that there are only ugly humans, ruled by their ugly desires.

Bewildered, Harry asks Lisa what she knows that he doesn’t, but her response is venomous. She sneers at Harry that he is the just like “them”; that he thinks he knows everything.

Bewildered Harry asked Lisa if she knew something he didn’t and her only response was that Harry was the same as “them” and thought he knew everything. Struggling to get through to Lisa, Harry debates whether he should as her directly who “they” are, or use Alessa’s diary to get Lisa’s attention, but it doesn’t matter.

Lisa’s rage is unstoppable. She holds her anger out like a weapon vowing vengeance on the man that used her and Harry for helping him. Harry wonders briefly if “that man” was Kaufmann, but quickly moves to more immediate concerns, like calming Lisa down, but before he can do anything, Lisa’s rage evaporates and her face twists with amazement and horror.

Lisa’s gaze is fixed on a point behind Harry as she pleads for forgiveness, insisting that she had only done what she was told.

Harry turns around, to see what has frightened Lisa so completely, but the hallway goes completely dark and his flashlight blinks out. With the hallway shrouded in black, Harry is helpless as Lisa’s agonized scream is cut short by a low how and the crunch of bones and meat.

Terrified, Harry runs, but the darkness is so disorienting that he can’t be sure if he is running toward or away from the noise. His run is brought to an abrupt halt when he crashes into a wall with a large door. The light has returned and the Seal of Metatron stretches before him. Looking back the way he came, Harry is distressed to see that the path has vanished and he now stands trapped in a 2 x 2 meter cube.

Terrified, distraught, and broken, Harry slumps against the large door listlessly. His mind is numb and he barely reacts as a right light envelops him. As his temperature rises, Harry’s body is wrapped in flames. Unable, or unwilling, to escape, Harry thinks of his daughter and wonders helplessly who will help her now as he is burned alive.

Digital Trading Cards received:
17 – Chemicals
21- Cafe

Ending D-1

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (A) and Slowly approach
  • In decision block 13-02 [Inside the Boat] Choose (A) and go to the lighthouse
  • In decision block 14-02 [Lighthouse Roof] Choose (B) and rush to the vicinity where Alessa disappeared
  • In decision block 14-05 [Lighthouse Roof] Choose (A) and have second thoughts and turn back.
  • In decision block 15-07 [Black Screen] Choose (A) and have Cheryl answer the phone.

Ending:

The boat rocks gently as Harry watches Cybil walk away. She’s a cop, he tells himself, she can handle this, and it was a mutual decision to split up. Harry casts one last look in Cybil’s direction and then heads purposefully toward the lighthouse.

Harry climbs the stairs to the lighthouse and is shocked by what he finds: the floor is covered with the Seal of Sameal and Alessa stands in its center, poised as if she has just finished drawing it. Dahlia’s earlier words echo in Harry’s mind:

The Seal of Sameal is evil… the crest is slowly eroding the town… Alessa must not succeed in her attempt to cover the town with the seal.

Not sure what to do, Harry stands where he is and looks at Alessa. She simply stares back at him and Harry can’t help but think that she looks sad. Without warning, Alessa turns and leaps from the lighthouse. Startled, Harry shouts to her and rushes to the edge where Alessa was standing. He looks over the edge and sees a pale light shining through the overlapping layers of fog; he wonders if this is why Alessa jumped and if he would find her on the other side of the light if he were to jump after her.

Harry eyes the pale light and considers jumping, but something feels very wrong about the whole situation and he decides against it; Cheryl is his priority, not Alessa, and he is starting to think that splitting up was a very bad idea. He heads back to the boat where he and Cybil parted ways, determined to catch-up with her, and makes his way to the amusement park.

When he arrives at the amusement park, all of the rides have been turned on and the entire complex is awash in neon and movement.

Except for the merry-go-round; there the proud ponies and glittering saddles stand silent and dark. As he approaches the ride, he notices a wheelchair and Cybil slumped over within it. Concerned, Harry rushes toward her, but as he draws closer, Cybil stirs in the chair, stands, slowly raises her gun, and points it at his chest, starring blankly the entire time. Harry’s heart skips a beat and he stops where he is, frozen in shock.

The seconds tick by in silence as Harry struggles to regain his balance… and his voice.

Nonplussed, Harry pleads with Cybil for an explanation, even as his mind churns to provide its own but – as if possessed – Cybil remains stoically silent, and there are no answers in her blood red eyes.

Or are there?

(If Harry took the the bottle and the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he found in the Director’s Office. With no better ideas at his disposal, Harry reaches into his pocket for the small bottle and waves it in front of Cybil’s face. The gun doesn’t waver, but surprise and hope play across Cybil’s face and her eyes well with tears. As she cocks the gun, her eyes implore him to act and Harry responds by splashing her with some of the mysterious red fluid.

The effect is immediate: white smoke rises from Cybil’s body wherever the fluid hits and her face twists in agony. Her body crumples in pain and she falls, face first, to the ground. As Harry closes the gap between them, a small creature digs its way out of Cybil’s back and begins to crawl away. Venting his fury and disgust, Harry stomps on the parasite – violently and repeatedly – until it is dead….

(If Harry failed to take the bottle or the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he saw in the Director’s Office. His whole body goes cold at the thought that it might have held the solution to Cybil’s condition and he wishes desperately that he had thought to take it with him, but his mind snaps back to the present as Cybil cocks her gun. He pleads again for her to lower the gun, but Cybil remains impassive and fires stiffly.

Left with no alternatives, Harry returns fire and Cybil drops to the ground. Blood spreads slowly across her chest and back, staining her uniform and Harry drops to his knees at her side, overcome with guilt. He had asked Cybil for her help because he wasn’t sure he could do this on his own, but he hadn’t stopped to consider the consequences.

He never wanted to see her get hurt in pursuit of his daughter.

He never wanted to see her fall prey to the monsters of Silent Hill.

He never thought he would be that monster.

As he kneels at Cybil’s side, overcome with grief and guilt, a small creature forces its way from her back and drops to the ground. Too overwrought to think, let alone move, Harry watches impassively as the parasite slithers off into the darkness…

Before Harry can decide what to do next, Alessa appears out of the darkness. After everything he has just been through, Harry finds it hard to be surprised; instead he is just angry and tired. Hoping to bring this nightmare to an end, he confronts Alessa and demands that she let Cheryl go. Alessa’s response comes in the form of a mighty blast that throws Harry back 30 meters. Stunned and helpless, Harry lays sprawled on his back and he wonders bleakly how he can ever get close enough to someone so powerful to be effective.

How would he ever get his daughter back?

As if in response, a bright light erupts from his pocket: the Flauros is reacting to Alessa’s power. Removing the Flauros from his pocket, Harry watches in surprise as the small pyramid-looking device floats above him, spinning and rotating furiously. Without warning, a focused beam of light shoots out from the device and pierces Alessa’s body, her body rocks back violently in response to the blow and Alessa crumples to the ground like a rag doll.

Harry’s surprise continues as Dahlia Gillespie appears out of nowhere and grins disconcertingly over the now-helpless little girl. Finding his equilibrium, Harry presses Dahlia with the same questions he posed to Alessa earlier but Dahlia is disturbingly focused on Alessa and doesn’t respond. She scolds Alessa, calling her a ghastly little pest, and tells her that her games have come to an end. With arrogant self-depreciation, Dahlia admits culpability for not having realized how much Alessa has grown, but she tells the girl smugly that she won’t make the same mistake again and that she won’t escape their spell again.

Struggling to sit up, Alessa can only respond with a weak “Mama…” and her shoulders slump sadly.

Harry’s mind reels in shock: mama? Is Dahlia, Alessa’s mother?

Harry tries to digest this new information as Dahlia continues to scold Alessa. She begs Alessa to leave her alone, but Dahlia will not be deterred and before Harry can react, both Alessa and Dahlia disappear.

As the darkness swallows him, Dahlia’s words echo in Harry’s mind: there is one thing left I need you to do for me…

Harry stops writing for a moment and stretches, thinking. Seven years is a long time to remember the details of an event – even something as memorable as his ordeal in Silent Hill – and he doesn’t want to fabricate anything just for the sake of telling a story. He reads over the manuscript and, satisfied, he decides that the showdown with Cybil is a good place to stop, especially since his memories are to vague and shattered to go much farther anyway; he gathers his papers together and seals them in an envelope as a disgruntled voice calls to him from the doorway.

He turns around and sees that Cheryl is pouting at him. Harry apologizes for the delay but promises that he has finished and they will leave soon. Mollified, Cheryl rushes excitedly to her room and begins pulling out her best outfits, to try and decide what she will wear for their trip.

Laughing at his daughter’s excitement, Harry heads for the mailbox.

The phone rings as Harry heads for the mailbox, but he’s promised Cheryl no more delays so he lets it ring and continues to the mailbox; Cheryl can answer it if she wants to, but he has a promise to keep.

Cheryl is still debating her wardrobe choice when she hears the phone. She calls to her father, but when he doesn’t respond, she answers the phone herself and is surprised to learn that her father is on the other end.

Harry is extremely apologetic; he tells her that he needs to meet with an acquaintance but he will be home very soon and that on their way to the amusement park they will need to make a quick stop.

In Silent Hill…

Digital Trading Cards received:
24 – Study

Ending D-2

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (A) and Slowly approach
  • In decision block 13-02 [Inside the Boat] Choose (A) and go to the lighthouse
  • In decision block 14-02 [Lighthouse Roof] Choose (B) and rush to the vicinity where Alessa disappeared
  • In decision block 14-05 [Lighthouse Roof] Choose (A) and have second thoughts and turn back.
  • In decision block 15-07 [Black Screen] Choose (B) and have Harry answer the phone.

Ending:

The boat rocks gently as Harry watches Cybil walk away. She’s a cop, he tells himself, she can handle this, and it was a mutual decision to split up. Harry casts one last look in Cybil’s direction and then heads purposefully toward the lighthouse.

Harry climbs the stairs to the lighthouse and is shocked by what he finds: the floor is covered with the Seal of Sameal and Alessa stands in its center, poised as if she has just finished drawing it. Dahlia’s earlier words echo in Harry’s mind:

The Seal of Sameal is evil… the crest is slowly eroding the town… Alessa must not succeed in her attempt to cover the town with the seal.

Not sure what to do, Harry stands where he is and looks at Alessa. She simply stares back at him and Harry can’t help but think that she looks sad. Without warning, Alessa turns and leaps from the lighthouse. Startled, Harry shouts to her and rushes to the edge where Alessa was standing. He looks over the edge and sees a pale light shining through the overlapping layers of fog; he wonders if this is why Alessa jumped and if he would find her on the other side of the light if he were to jump after her.

Harry eyes the pale light and considers jumping, but something feels very wrong about the whole situation and he decides against it; Cheryl is his priority, not Alessa, and he is starting to think that splitting up was a very bad idea. He heads back to the boat where he and Cybil parted ways, determined to catch-up with her, and makes his way to the amusement park.

When he arrives at the amusement park, all of the rides have been turned on and the entire complex is awash in neon and movement.

Except for the merry-go-round; there the proud ponies and glittering saddles stand silent and dark. As he approaches the ride, he notices a wheelchair and Cybil slumped over within it. Concerned, Harry rushes toward her, but as he draws closer, Cybil stirs in the chair, stands, slowly raises her gun, and points it at his chest, starring blankly the entire time. Harry’s heart skips a beat and he stops where he is, frozen in shock.

The seconds tick by in silence as Harry struggles to regain his balance… and his voice.

Nonplussed, Harry pleads with Cybil for an explanation, even as his mind churns to provide its own but – as if possessed – Cybil remains stoically silent, and there are no answers in her blood red eyes.

Or are there?

(If Harry took the the bottle and the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he found in the Director’s Office. With no better ideas at his disposal, Harry reaches into his pocket for the small bottle and waves it in front of Cybil’s face. The gun doesn’t waver, but surprise and hope play across Cybil’s face and her eyes well with tears. As she cocks the gun, her eyes implore him to act and Harry responds by splashing her with some of the mysterious red fluid.

The effect is immediate: white smoke rises from Cybil’s body wherever the fluid hits and her face twists in agony. Her body crumples in pain and she falls, face first, to the ground. As Harry closes the gap between them, a small creature digs its way out of Cybil’s back and begins to crawl away. Venting his fury and disgust, Harry stomps on the parasite – violently and repeatedly – until it is dead….

(If Harry failed to take the bottle or the red liquid in Alchemilla Hospital)

Harry’s mind flashes back to Alchemilla Hospital and the curious red liquid he saw in the Director’s Office. His whole body goes cold at the thought that it might have held the solution to Cybil’s condition and he wishes desperately that he had thought to take it with him, but his mind snaps back to the present as Cybil cocks her gun. He pleads again for her to lower the gun, but Cybil remains impassive and fires stiffly.

Left with no alternatives, Harry returns fire and Cybil drops to the ground. Blood spreads slowly across her chest and back, staining her uniform and Harry drops to his knees at her side, overcome with guilt. He had asked Cybil for her help because he wasn’t sure he could do this on his own, but he hadn’t stopped to consider the consequences.

He never wanted to see her get hurt in pursuit of his daughter.

He never wanted to see her fall prey to the monsters of Silent Hill.

He never thought he would be that monster.

As he kneels at Cybil’s side, overcome with grief and guilt, a small creature forces its way from her back and drops to the ground. Too overwrought to think, let alone move, Harry watches impassively as the parasite slithered off into the darkness…

Before Harry can decide what to do next, Alessa appears out of the darkness. After everything he has just been through, Harry finds it hard to be surprised; instead he is just angry and tired. Hoping to bring this nightmare to an end, he confronts Alessa and demands that she let Cheryl go. Alessa’s response comes in the form of a mighty blast that throws Harry back 30 meters. Stunned and helpless, Harry lays sprawled on his back and he wonders bleakly how he can ever get close enough to someone so powerful to be effective.

How would he ever get his daughter back?

As if in response, a bright light erupts from his pocket: the Flauros is reacting to Alessa’s power. Removing the Flauros from his pocket, Harry watches in surprise as the small pyramid-looking device floats above him, spinning and rotating furiously. Without warning, a focused beam of light shoots out from the device and pierces Alessa’s body, her body rocks back violently in response to the blow and Alessa crumples to the ground like a rag doll.

Harry’s surprise continues as Dahlia Gillespie appears out of nowhere and grins disconcertingly over the now-helpless little girl. Finding his equilibrium, Harry presses Dahlia with the same questions he posed to Alessa earlier but Dahlia is disturbingly focused on Alessa and doesn’t respond. She scolds Alessa, calling her a ghastly little pest, and tells her that her games have come to an end. With arrogant self-depreciation, Dahlia admits culpability for not having realized how much Alessa has grown, but she tells the girl smugly that she won’t make the same mistake again and that she won’t escape their spell again.

Struggling to sit up, Alessa can only respond with a weak “Mama…” and her shoulders slump sadly.

Harry’s mind reels in shock: mama? Is Dahlia, Alessa’s mother?

Harry tries to digest this new information as Dahlia continues to scold Alessa. She begs Alessa to leave her alone, but Dahlia will not be deterred and before Harry can react, both Alessa and Dahlia disappear.

As the darkness swallows him, Dahlia’s words echo in Harry’s mind: there is one thing left I need you to do for me…

Harry stops writing for a moment and stretches, thinking. Seven years is a long time to remember the details of an event – even something as memorable as his ordeal in Silent Hill – and he doesn’t want to fabricate anything just for the sake of telling a story. He reads over the manuscript and, satisfied, he decides that the showdown with Cybil is a good place to stop, especially since his memories are to vague and shattered to go much farther anyway; he gathers his papers together and seals them in an envelope as a disgruntled voice calls to him from the doorway.

He turns around and sees that Cheryl is pouting at him. Harry apologizes for the delay but promises that he has finished and they will leave soon. Mollified, Cheryl rushes excitedly to her room and begins pulling out her best outfits, to try and decide what she will wear for their trip.

Laughing at his daughter’s excitement, Harry heads for the mailbox.

The phone rings as Harry heads for the mailbox. He’s promised Cheryl no more delays, but it’s probably his publisher and, no doubt, he can make quick work of the call considering he has the manuscript, stamped, addressed, and in-hand.

Harry hurries to the phone to catch it before it stops ringing but is greeted by silence when he answers. Irritated by the prank, Harry expresses his irritation and threatens to hang up when the voice on the other end finally speaks.

Harry clenches the phone, trembling as a vision of a ringing blue phone in Midwich Elementary forms in his mind’s eye and the pieces of his fragmented memory come together like a jigsaw puzzle. He rushes up the stairs to Cheryl’s room and tells her that something urgent has come up, that he has to leave and the trip to the amusement park must be delayed. Cheryl’s disappointment is palpable and the disappointment on her face causes another memory to surface: a sad little girl standing in the middle of a lighthouse floor.

Feeling that he owes Cheryl an explanation, Harry tells her that he is going to a lighthouse in Silent Hill, to help someone in trouble, and asks if she will come with him. Cheryl agrees and they hurry from the house together, determined not to waste any more time.

Digital Trading Cards received:
12 – Twin Feeler

Ending E-1

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (B) and fire the gun
  • In decision block 13-06 [Chery with Gun ] Choose (A) and ask Cheryl to kill you

Ending:

Harry leaves Alchemilla Hospital to find the “other” church that Dahlia had mentioned. Thinking back on his previous exploration of the town, Harry decides to head for the antique shop, convinced it houses the secret to the church’s location. He is surprised to find Cybil at the antique shop when he gets there; he thought she had left ages ago to get back-up and he tells her so. She follows him into the antique shop, telling him that all the roads out of Silent Hill are blocked so she’s all the back-up there is.

They search the shop together and find a secret passage behind a shelf at the very back of the room. The passage is completely dark and only wide enough to accommodate one person at a time, and Cybil argues that, as a cop, she should be the one to go through first.

Harry disagrees but eventually relents and promises to wait in the antique shop for her to return. The respite is short lived; moments after Cybil enters the passage, the light within the room begins to flicker and strange shadow close in on Harry. Harry struggles against the shadows but they wrap themselves around his neck and strangle him until he loses consciousness.

Harry wakes with a start, unsure of how much time has passed. He is lying on the floor, numb from the cold, and Cybil still hasn’t returned. Concerned, Harry pushes himself up from the floor against the protests of his deadened limbs and stumbles toward the passage after Cybil. The passage is dark, but not long and when he reaches the end, Harry’s tired eyes are dazzled by a bright light that turns out to be the flame of a large candle.

The candle sits on an alter giving off green smoke, but it is the sight of Cybil lying in a pool of blood that unnerves Harry. He rushes to her side but loses consciousness before he can render any aid.

This time, Harry wakes in a soft bed, warm blankets, and a concerned Lisa leaning over him. She asks him how he is doing and he realizes he is back at the hospital. He wonders if Cybil’s death was a dream and asks Lisa if she knows where Cybil is.

Before Harry can get any real answers, he blacks out again. When he recovers, he is no longer at the hospital; he is back in the passage of the Other Church, slumped on the ground by the altar. Harry’s mind is reeling and he searches the passage frantically, wondering if he had imagined it all, but there is no trace of Cybil, alive or dead, and no indication that she was ever there. Unnerved, Harry leaves the church and heads back to Alchemilla Hospital. He finds Lisa again who is relieved that he is safe and thankful for the company, but Michael Kaufmann bursts into the room suddenly, cutting their reunion short. He tells them that all the roads leaving out of Silent Hill are completely cut off. Feeling a little less disoriented, Harry asks Kaufmann if he has seen his daughter, Cheryl.

Kaufmann responds noncommittally and declares that he is going to the Director’s office to get some sleep. He suggests that Harry and Lisa follow his example and tells them they can think of an escape plan in the morning. Lisa and Harry try to follow Kaufmann’s advice, but the temperature has continued to drop outside and the room heater is broken, making sleep impossible. Lisa remembers that there are some oil heaters in the reception area and Harry heads off in search of warmth.

He finds two oil heaters behind the reception desk but as he grabs them he feels a strange presence behind him. He turns and sees the shadowed figure of a girl appear out of the darkness. He approaches the figure but it vanishes and a gunshot echoes down the hall.

Stricken, Harry realizes that the shot came from the direction of the examination room. He rushes back and finds Lisa’s corpse on the floor. Convinced that the mysterious girl is somehow involved, Harry turns to go back to where she appeared but another gruesome sight is waiting for him in the hall: Kaufmann is dead, slumped on the floor and framed by gunshot splatters on the walls.

Overcome with despair, Harry stands numbly in the hall and slowly crumples to the floor, covering his face with his hands.

The soft chime of the elevator cuts through his self-absorption and he looks up to see Cheryl standing in front of him, holding a gun in her small hands.

Too numb even to be horrified, Harry tells Cheryl that if she is planning to kill him, she had better just get it over with. Cheryl raises the gun, but a voice from within the elevator stops her and demands she return the gun to Harry. Dahlia steps forward to stand next to Cheryl and stares coldly down on Harry.

Her tone is mocking as she recounts Harry’s fruitless search of the town: he had searched Silent Hill, violating its church and the privacy of its few remaining people; all under the pretext of searching for his missing daughter.

Yet he had been unable to find a single child in an empty town.

She tells him that the gods have passed judgment on him; that his failure made him unworthy. She stands possessively over Cheryl who holds the gun out to Harry. She asks him if it is his; she found it on the floor.

Harry realizes with a shock that the gun Cheryl is carrying is the same gun that Cybil gave him. Incredulous, he reaches into his pocket but finds it empty. Confused, he takes the gun from Cheryl and checks it.

There is only one round left.

Harry struggles to make sense of what is happening and, unbidden, memories flood his mind:

Sneaking up behind Cybil and shooting her in the neck…

Promising to fetch the heaters for Lisa but then sneaking back and shooting her in the neck…

Kaufmann, roused by the gunshot, rushing from his office and into the examination room…

Following Kaufmann into the hall as he tried to escape and gunning him down as he ran…

Confused and grief stricken, Harry looks beseechingly at Cheryl who retreats from him and clings to Dahlia for comfort. Unmoved, Dahlia continues to stare down on Harry coldly and tells him to hurry up and make the kill if he is going to; there’s no one else left it town.

Moments later, Harry Mason flies through the mist and over Silent Hill. Finally free of the town and its horrors, he continues into the stars unmindful of Cheryl’s fate or that of the body slumped over the desk in his study… a handgun held in its right hand.

Digital Trading Cards received:
06 – Kaufmann

Ending E-2

Steps to get this ending:

  • In decision block 08-19 [Nightmare Examination Room] Choose (B) and fire the gun
  • In decision block 13-06 [Chery with Gun ] Choose (B) and demand the handgun from Cheryl

Ending:

Harry leaves Alchemilla Hospital to find the “other” church that Dahlia had mentioned. Thinking back on his previous exploration of the town, Harry decides to head for the antique shop, convinced it houses the secret to the church’s location. He is surprised to find Cybil at the antique shop when he gets there; he thought she had left ages ago to get back-up and he tells her so. She follows him into the antique shop, telling him that all the roads out of Silent Hill are blocked so she’s all the back-up there is.

They search the shop together and find a secret passage behind a shelf at the very back of the room. The passage is completely dark and only wide enough to accommodate one person at a time, and Cybil argues that, as a cop, she should be the one to go through first.

Harry disagrees but eventually relents and promises to wait in the antique shop for her to return. The respite is short lived; moments after Cybil enters the passage, the light within the room begins to flicker and strange shadow close in on Harry. Harry struggles against the shadows but they wrap themselves around his neck and strangle him until he loses consciousness.

Harry wakes with a start, unsure of how much time has passed. He is lying on the floor, numb from the cold, and Cybil still hasn’t returned. Concerned, Harry pushes himself up from the floor against the protests of his deadened limbs and stumbles toward the passage after Cybil. The passage is dark, but not long and when he reaches the end, Harry’s tired eyes are dazzled by a bright light that turns out to be the flame of a large candle.

The candle sits on an alter giving off green smoke, but it is the sight of Cybil lying in a pool of blood that unnerves Harry. He rushes to her side but loses consciousness before he can render any aid.

This time, Harry wakes in a soft bed, warm blankets, and a concerned Lisa leaning over him. She asks him how he is doing and he realizes he is back at the hospital. He wonders if Cybil’s death was a dream and asks Lisa if she knows where Cybil is.

Before Harry can get any real answers, he blacks out again. When he recovers, he is no longer at the hospital; he is back in the passage of the Other Church, slumped on the ground by the altar. Harry’s mind is reeling and he searches the passage frantically, wondering if he had imagined it all, but there is no trace of Cybil, alive or dead, and no indication that she was ever there. Unnerved, Harry leaves the church and heads back to Alchemilla Hospital. He finds Lisa again who is relieved that he is safe and thankful for the company, but Michael Kaufmann bursts into the room suddenly, cutting their reunion short. He tells them that all the roads leaving out of Silent Hill are completely cut off. Feeling a little less disoriented, Harry asks Kaufmann if he has seen his daughter, Cheryl.

Kaufmann responds noncommittally and declares that he is going to the Director’s office to get some sleep. He suggests that Harry and Lisa follow his example and tells them they can think of an escape plan in the morning. Lisa and Harry try to follow Kaufmann’s advice, but the temperature has continued to drop outside and the room heater is broken, making sleep impossible. Lisa remembers that there are some oil heaters in the reception area and Harry heads off in search of warmth.

He finds two oil heaters behind the reception desk but as he grabs them he feels a strange presence behind him. He turns and sees the shadowed figure of a girl appear out of the darkness. He approaches the figure but it vanishes and a gunshot echoes down the hall.

Stricken, Harry realizes that the shot came from the direction of the examination room. He rushes back and finds Lisa’s corpse on the floor. Convinced that the mysterious girl is somehow involved, Harry turns to go back to where she appeared but another gruesome sight is waiting for him in the hall: Kaufmann is dead, slumped on the floor and framed by gunshot splatters on the walls.

Overcome with despair, Harry stands numbly in the hall and slowly crumples to the floor, covering his face with his hands.

The soft chime of the elevator cuts through his self-absorption and he looks up to see Cheryl standing in front of him, holding a gun in her small hands.

Startled out of his grief by the sight of his daughter carrying a gun, Harry jumps to his feet and demands that she give him the gun.

Cheryl smiles at him coldly and points the gun at his forehead.

Harry braces himself for the impact, but when the shot rings out, it is Cheryl falls to the floor. Harry looks down, numbly, at his daughter’s lifeless body lying at his feet and then up to see Cybil Bennett with a smoking gun in her hand.

Cybil is relieved to have reached Harry in time, but when she rushes to his side, Harry snaps and grabs her by the throat. Furious and inconsolable, Harry is determined to exact revenge for the murder of his daughter. Cybil pleads with Harry to look again at the body on the floor, insisting that she has not killed his daughter.

Harry looks again and is startled to see the body of Dahlia Gillespie lying on the floor. Confused and disoriented, he releases Cybil and stumbles back, unsure of whom or what he can trust.

Cybil asks Harry to listen as she explains that she overheard Dahlia, Kaufmann, and Lisa arguing about trafficking White Claudia in Silent Hill. Dahlia had demanded her share, but Kaufmann had refused, insisting that Dahlia and Lisa had been working against him. Before she could intervene, Dahlia pulled out a gun and killed them both, presumably to avoid having to share the profits and to avoid future difficulties. Cybil had tailed Dahlia to the hospital and arrived just in time to save Harry from a similar fate.

Harry eyes Cybil warily, unsure of what to make of her story, but when she tell him that she’s found Cheryl and intends to reunite them, he follows her anyway.

What does he have to lose?

Digital Trading Cards received:
23 – Hospital
28- His Fate

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