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She places his hand on her stomach as emphasis to this fact. A small voice is then heard to whisper "Mommy. Paxton Fettel is allegedly assisting the Point Man, however, he wishes to see his brother embrace his family's power, rather than destroy it.
Alma appears before her sons numerous times, mostly in her child form, but also in her adult form. At the end, when the Point Man and Fettel reach her, Alma is shown to be weak and unable to move or speak.
Depending on player actions, her child will be taken from her by one of the brothers. The reasons for this change are unknown. Her adult form also has much longer hair than in other games, dragging on the floor behind her as she walks.
Alma appears fewer times than she did in the first two games, as it is mostly focused on The Creep. Kill them all. Among Alma's other powers, she is able to kill people with a psychic attack that literally liquefies all their flesh, leaving behind only a charred, blood-drenched skeleton, something she does several times during the course of the games.
Alma also seems to display other powers associated with the mind. It is assumed she can perform pyrokinesis, as seen during one encounter when she sets off fiery explosions through an entire corridor, hurling the Point Man through a window.
It can also be inferred that she has some level of telekinesis, as random objects move with her approach, or even in her absence. It is important to note that the Point Man may be simply hallucinating, an effect of Alma's psychic abilities.
This world is characterized by red and orange hues, as well as floating silver and gold particles. The Almaverse reflects Alma's viewpoint of the world, changing seemingly ordinary things into monstrous entities and visions.
Characters whose minds are being overtaken by Alma's psychic influence will often see the Almaverse, rather than reality.
This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. A note that can be found in F. As well, she is seen with blood on her legs when ATC guards transport her to the Vault.
During the project, Alma was impregnated twice with prototypes created from her own DNA mixed with that of the Origin researchers, including Harlan Wade himself.
She gave birth to the First Prototype, the Point Man , when she was only 15 years old, and then a second, Paxton Fettel , a year later.
Alma eventually merged her consciousness with that of Fettel when he was 10, causing the first Synchronicity Event and prompting ATC to shut down Project Origin completely and to "pull the plug" on Alma.
According to Harlan Wade, her physical body died six days after the removal of life support, but according to F.
However, she remained mostly dormant for twenty years as her spirit was still sealed inside the Vault with her corpse.
During this time, people in the area of her corpse would feel uneasy or ill, and that part of the city was eventually abandoned.
Frightened by Alma's powers, Armacham employees shut down the facility in which her body lingered, refusing to reopen it until twenty years had passed.
The Point Man exits the building, only to be hit by the explosion from the Origin facility. The Point Man survives and is rescued by a chopper.
At the end, Alma manifests herself on the side of the chopper the Point Man is riding in, causing it to crash. The live-action Alma Interviews center on a particular interview with Alma before her incarceration in the Vault conducted by an Armacham scientist, Dr.
Green initially tries to develop a rapport with Alma but gives up when the child is clearly unreceptive to her questions. As the interview wears on, Dr.
Green is slowly driven insane by Alma's psychic powers, and by the end of the interview, she is seen cowering in fear and muttering incoherently, the psychic horror having taken its toll on her sanity while Alma dances innocently with glee.
At the end of the mission, Alma walks out of an elevator, appearing within a ball of fire. The Delta Force squad attempts to escape her, however, she quickly kills them all.
The identity and mystery of Alma Wade is the very core of the game. First appearing in the introduction, Alma's presence is felt constantly throughout the game, with hints and glimpses of her life made throughout the game's use of visions and info the Point Man gathers through both Paxton Fettel and several laptops scattered throughout the areas he searches.
She appears as an eight year old girl wearing a red dress and has a disturbingly blank, mask-like face almost completely obscured by long dark hair.
Right from her first appearance, it's never quite clear if Alma is real, or if she only exists in the minds of the people seeing her.
Bloody footprints can be found in some places where she walks, and she is briefly visible on a CCTV monitor in the South River Wastewater Treatment Plant , in the same room where Bill Moody is interrogated.
Alma is seen repeatedly in F. Her appearances are usually preceded by a static radio transmission, logged as "Unknown Origin.
Sometimes all that is heard is her soft, giggling laugh, or indistinct words whispered as though in the Point Man's ear. She sends in a team to assess the facility's condition.
The team promptly disappears, killed by Alma. Genevieve sends in a second team, but they also disappear. Realizing that Alma's spirit has somehow been awakened by the reopening of the Origin site, Genevieve seals the facility.
A few days later, Alma appears to Fettel and creates a second Synchronicity Event, causing Fettel to go rogue and take command of an army of clone soldiers known as Replicas.
Fettel finds and kills Charles Habegger , whom he cannibalizes in the belief that he can obtain his victim's thoughts through their flesh.
He and Alma learn about a report being worked on by ATC employees dealing with contamination of water in the Auburn District. The two set out to find the people attached to the report, possibly believing that they may know the location of Alma's body.
Despite her efforts, the Point Man survives, and Alma becomes curious about him. She begins to appear to him randomly, always watching him, but never attacking.
In both the wastewater plant and ATC headquarters, they kill everyone present, whether these people know about Project Origin and Alma or not.
There, Alma continues to watch the Point Man, and eventually learns he is her son. Soon after, Alma and Fettel learn the location of the Origin facility, and they depart from ATC's headquarters to find it.
Along the way, Fettel is able to kidnap Alma's sister, Alice Wade , and kills her while Alma watches. Genevieve Aristide muses in the field guide that Alma was likely jealous of Alice due to the preferential treatment she received from their father, and so wanted to witness her death.
Inside the Origin facility, Harlan Wade releases Alma's true body, now resurrected by Alma's presence, and her appearance changes to that of a naked, emaciated young woman.
Alma immediately kills Harlan, then begins to walk around the facility, expelling Nightmares wherever she goes. Soon after, Alma takes the Point Man into a hallucination, but instead it shows a memory that reveals her to be Harlan's daughter, as well as that the Point Man is in fact Alma's son.
In the memory, Alma is reaching out to him, demanding that her child be returned to her, only to encounter stern resistance from her father.
She appears to the Point Man, attempting to hug him, but as her touch is lethal, he is forced to shoot her repeatedly, not stopping until she disappears.
After that, the Point Man walks down a hallway on his way out of the building when the Vault detonates. As they survey the mushroom cloud of the explosion and the devastation to Auburn and Fairport, there is a loud thumping sound against the side of the Black Hawk.
When Jin turns towards the Point Man to ask what it is, the Point Man watches as Alma's older, emasciated form appears in the helicopter doorway, pulling herself up inside.
The comic takes place directly after the helicopter crash at the ending of the first F. After noticing some bloody footprints leading away from the crash, Jin sees that the pilot, Bremmer , is still alive, only to soon have his flesh melted off.
Jin looks out the window to see the younger form of Alma smiling and her eyes glowing red. The screen then fades to black, except for Alma's glowing eyes.
This connection grows more and more over the course of the game, in parallel with Becket's telepathic signal.
Over the course of the game, several of the male members of Dark Signal begin exhibiting obsessive fixations on Alma as her psychic signature effectively drives them into reproductive aggression as she is effectively "in heat" and seeks to conceive with one of them.
She is responsible for the deaths of most of the Dark Signal squad whom she seemed to have found to be unsuitable mates, killing James Fox and Cedric Griffin with large tentacles that appear to be the roots of trees - likely from her memories of being on a swing before being shut away in the Vault.
She begins to take over Harold Keegan 's mind, causing him to follow and try to help her. He is fought as the final boss of the game in a hallucination - lacking eyes and looking as though he has suffered charring to his entire body.
He fights with Becket, upset that Alma has chosen Becket over him. Alma's younger form is not seen throughout most of the game, save for a few scenes at the beginning and certain flashbacks during the game.
Her main form is the same as that seen at the end of F. She lacks the visual disturbances around her body seen in the first game, however.
Early on it is made apparent that Alma has some type of interest in Becket, and to some extent his well-being. This is confirmed from Dr.
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This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved. Overview The mystery around this character is the core part of F.
She is a power psion and often appears to the player character, shortly after disappearing. It is unknown if they are visions due to the playable character's relation to Alma or if she really is there.
Most of the time she appears as a little girl with black, long hair in a red dress, but later in the game she is seen in her physical, adult woman form.
Background Alma's childhood wasn't simple. She was a very powerful psychic and often had nightmares. She is the daughter of Harlan Wade, who pioneered the Origin Project.
When Alma was seven, she was forced to participate in Armacham Technology Corporation's "Project Origin", with the aim of creating psionics capable of creating supersoldiers.
Two days before her eighth birthday, she was put into an induced coma and locked in the Vault, a secure location in the origin facility. She was impregnated twice, the father being her own genes test tube pregnancy.
Role Before the beginning of the game, the president of ATC - Genevieve Aristide - decides to reopen the origin facility and continue the project, but all the teams she sends down disappear.
With the facility open again, Alma uses her powers to synchronize with Paxton Fettel's mind and free him from his cell.
Alma forces Paxton to find the origin facility and free her physical form. Alma is often seen in the game, sometimes standing in the shadows , running past the Point Man or behind windows , but she always disappears shortly after.
She is one of the main horror elements in the game.