Guda Koster, Red with White Dots c. 2012 and Twin c. 2012?, photography
“Dutch installation artist and photographer Guda Koster‘s work is both jarring and appealing. Central to her photographs are the clothes, which she feels are both functional and revelatory in a photograph. Through her surreal compositions and sets, she creates a world that is slightly uncomfortable but very strong and clearly defined. Her works also play on the idea of invisibility and feature the artist herself incognito character roles.” - trendland.com
images from https://gudakoster.nl/
so maybe eddie gets shot by the sniper, eventually gets taken to the hospital
buck, christopher, abuela, carla, and ana come to the hospital while the 118 deal with the sniper situation
imagine: eddie was treated, he’s fine but sleeping in his hospital room, so the doctor goes to the waiting room asking for “eddie’s partner”
and both ana and buck stand up
cue the drama 👀
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ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ //: Honestly with Mirror Man/Monster having, well, mirror in the title. You’d think it was due to spending most of his time in front of mirrors or maybe vain about appearances. Nah, not really. Sure he cared for his appearance but it was the sort of ‘ i don’t want attention but still look ok ‘ type of deal.
Thing that he did though is spend time practicing violin, viola, and cello. Using the mirrors to help figure out the finger work for it.
If anything he gained the title ‘ Mirror Man/Monster ‘ due to being a man/monster in the mirrors.
𝐇𝐄𝐈𝐒𝐄𝐍𝐁𝐄𝐑𝐆. –––– lycans & moreau.
despite the obvious literary references with the four lords, it seems odd that heisenberg is given two - that of van helsing (his attire and appearance, his hostility towards alcina - the dracula reference - and presumably the lycans) and that of frankenstein (the soldat and the factory as well as his role as a scientist/engineer).
it also seems odd when looking at moreau, obviously taken from the island of doctor moreau, as the most obvious concept of beast-men and animal-human hybrids isn’t really anywhere to be seen. there are no enemies at the reservoir except for moreau himself and the lycans.
as far as i can tell (i’m currently on my third run through the game) other than the village and the stronghold, the only other place the lycans show up is in the reservoir mines and the boathouse, similar to the vârcolac who are on the mountain in moreau’s lab (i don’t recall them being at the castle, as it is the samcă and the moroaică who you fight there).
assumedly, they were originally intended to be under moreau’s “control” (similar to the soldat for heisenberg and the samcă for dimitrescu) which would make sense given the theming, but due to moreau’s lack of confidence and strength, they abandoned him for heisenberg.
a page in moreau’s diary states:
I put in the Cadou and then I tried putting wolf blood from a needle into the spine.
The person wriggled a lot and then killed my assistant.
I could not hold it down so I put it in a cage.
Now I have to feed it.
which implies that yes, he is responsible for the creation of either the lycans or the vârcolac.
it’s also possible that the pack in and around the reservoir were given to moreau from heisenberg - as company, as protection, or perhaps as blackmail. it’s incredibly obvious that moreau is ignored, belittled and mistreated by the other lords in the village and especially miranda but not heisenberg.
his diary also states:
Mother Miranda gave me a Rose jar.
No one likes me which is why I thought they would leave me out again.
But Heisenberg said that was why we each get a Rose. The ceremony cannot happen without us all there.
Mother didn't seem to care though...
there is no need for heisenberg to go through the effort of trying to uplift or comfort moreau - but he does. whether this is for selfish reasons, such as hoping to enlighten him of how little miranda cares for them in the hopes of getting moreau on his side as part of his rebellion, or out of genuine care for his found/forced family is left for interpretation. still, it doesn’t seem entirely impossible that the lycans were gifted to moreau by heisenberg (if they were not meant to be a part of moreau’s beastmen). this seems more likely as some of the larger lycans are covered in scrap metal blades and chains and armoured pieces, similar to the soldat panzer.
it’s also worth noting that when you find moreau he is staring blankly at the tv screen - but when you enter that side of the room, you are contacted by heisenberg on it, and then again in the stronghold through the tv. it’s entirely possible that moreau and heisenberg were talking to one another in the same way heisenberg and ethan talk - and was possibly trying to recruit moreau the same way he tries to recruit ethan in the factory. with dimitrescu and benevito already killed, he likely knew time was running out - and depending on whether you think he cared for the other lords - may have been trying to save his “brother” before it was too late.
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