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She also addresses sexuality through her memory of the man at the drive-in. Earlier in Alma does not fear sex, however, but the sense that sex causes death. Tracy's mutterings suggest that Alma's fear of corporeality and any sexuality—​whether Laura's presumed lesbianism, Tracy's miscegenation, or even Tut's. no really, this game is advertiisng a pregnant alma with some kind of evil baby in her womb so who impregnated her? who did the dirty with.

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She also addresses sexuality through her memory of the man at the drive-in. Earlier in Alma does not fear sex, however, but the sense that sex causes death. no really, this game is advertiisng a pregnant alma with some kind of evil baby in her womb so who impregnated her? who did the dirty with. Gaming - Adult Alma Wade incorrigible mozart goose @_jazzghost_ casual sex implies the existence of ranked competitive sex Gaming.






It is my almma is that Alma DNA is manipulated and used to making her in a sense the father and mother this idea is based on the alma laptops: "Well, Fettel wasn't made from Harlan's DNA. There's an srx form Wade about the "subject" being in an induced coma. Makes sense. If you want a telepathic commander, you need a telepath. And it was a woman. Says here she gave live birth to the prototypes. Seems Wade wasn't convinced the psychic characteristics were genetic.

He figured there was a better chance they'd be passed along if the fetus gestated inside the subject. So they put her into a coma, made her carry a genetically engineered baby to term, then induced labor. You can't exist without a father. It's physically immpossible. Whoever he or they is may be revealed in another installment of the series. Leea talkMarch 22, UTC. I never had the Field Guide, so I never knew that. That's horrible Leea talkMarch 23, UTC.

After defeating Alma in fwar final part of F. I know who you are. Seven25 September UTC. That's right. The Point Man and Fettel don't really have a "father". Alma was impregnated with alma own DNA. So, In a sense, I suppose one could say she's both the mother and father, although Feqr think it's a bit more appropriate to say there simply wasn't a father, as it's not really sexual reproduction to begin with. As for when Alma figures out the Point Man is her son, I'd say pretty darn soon in the game.

Alam characters can only see Alma when she physically manifests herself, deliberately they don't experience dream sequences like the Point Man does. Since Alma physically manifests herself to the Point Man as early as Interval 2 when she blasts fear through the windowyet she never bothers to physically harm him, It seems to me like she figured it out before the window incident. I would argue that she knew it even as early as the end of Interval 1, when Fettel directly confronts the Point Man.

Fettel certainly knew the Point Man was his brother at this point, simply because he didn't kill him outright, and instead chose to psychically toy with him. Maybe Alma knew all along, as well. Or, if she didn't, Fettel could have pointed it out to her during or after Interval 1, or she could esx realized it through him, herself. This would explain why she targetted the Point Man's Delta escort, sparing him at the beginning of Interval 2, though this could have just been coincidence due sex the gate.

There's no way of knowing for sure, I don't think, but I'm positive that Alma realizes sex the Point Fear is before the window incident in Interval 2. Blackhound27 September UTC. Since she could follow Fettel psychically while still alive xex is possible in the vault she followed the Point Man as well. Seems where qlma pretty much on the same page on both issues and I only really called Alma the father sex better Illustrate my point so don't worry I'm not going to start writting stuff like that in the article.

Seven28 September UTC. Alma didn't "impregnate herself". ATC artificially impregnated her sed she was in an induced coma. They had taken a sample of her DNA, and, for six years, they worked with it until they developed a viable akma embryo the Point Man. The sex fesr was to simply grow the fetus fear simulated conditions, but Harlan wasn't convinced that Alma's telepathy sex embedded solely in her DNA.

So, he had them impregnate Alma with the embryo, forcing her to carry the fetus to term in coma. They did the exact same thing with Fettel when they weren't pleased with the first prototype's results.

There is no biological father. Blackhound28 September UTC. My facts come straight from Monolith, itself. That's it right there, though, completely unaltered and cited.

Very good article. No father is absolutely possible, there isn't much difference from fesr and sperm cells and egg cells can be engineered into viable sperm by far fear scientist. A male clone of a female fexr is also completely possible seeing as all they have to do is engineer their now custom made sperm cell to carry a Y chromosome. Its all completely possible, heck they could be doing this in real life sfx it wasn't for all those damn restrictions put on this sort of research.

No they did you a alma sperm fear you look into it origin used staff dna to create the point man and Fewr Fettel it was confirmed in the ATC employee hand guy that other DNA was used so there was fsar father and I'm in biotech reversing egg into sperm would be more expensive then using random DNA that's on hand if it were possible.

Derekproxy27 February UTC. Yes more expensive but it would sx increase the odds sex have the same gift as Alma does. Mmmm Alright I hadn't heard of the sperm donors but if fer say its true thats good enough for me. I'm mainly just arguing that it isn't impossible to be born with out a father, but I guess this settles the question.

So does anyone know for sure who the father is? Yeah the donors were harlen Ssex and possibly Marshal Disler it said that they were the top officals on the project. XP Wow I never knew that, thats kind of sick. Does that count as incest? Yeah i hope that its not Wade but even Genevieve Aristide said that and she's a monster bitch the Point man was modified after he wasn't a psychic and once finished she erased his memory and now that he's running around she want's to reprogram him to fezr as a fiscal back up Derekproxy.

I do believe almma Field Guide says there were many donors, but Harlan was the main one. I preferred to the old picture in the info box and think the other one and the info about a three Alma type should be moved into the Project Origin section of the article till at least fead full sized px one can be found.

Seven6 October UTC. My rationale behind making the change is that the page is about Alma Wade, not specifically Alma from the first F.

The replacement, while not full sized, is much clearer and shows a better Alma, rather than the outlined blur of a girl. Again, I'll note the article is about the character herself, and describes her role in every game to date, making no separation of F. Well at the risk of being blunt fezr wrong not you antihero person above first of all the older picture is px not px the reason its blurry is ama that is how Alma appears in that part of the game the replacement is smaller px and blurrier because you have stretched it to px also as Blackhound pointed out to me on another talk page it's better to not have pictures of PO in the alma info boxs because with the game still in development there subject to change and in case your reading Blackhound I'll fix those other pictures soon just forgot about it before also to a extent sex has to be separation of the games so people can understand what role the character plays almx each game especially when there is two timelines.

Seven7 October UTC. Pretty much what Seven said. The article he's referring to is the Replica Heavy Armor article. Since Project Origin isn't out yet or even close to being releasedwe seex to assume that anything related to PO, even models, is subject to change. Therefore, we think only established models should be used for character portraits. I put in a small gallery so instead of constantly bickering over what image is best for this we can just live the images in the article spaces alone and display anyother images there instead I hope it will make things simpler Derekproxy.

I have a close-up screenshot of the dear Alma that I took while I was alma through Extraction Point, and her eyes appeared to fear pretty zlma a dark brown color. Does anyone agree with me? I'm on a seperate computer, I dex upload a picture here once I have access to my original computer. On another note, maybe sex should change her height to a guess instead of just Unknown? Maybe around 4' for the child and 5'5" for the adult? Sounds about right to me, but this IS a guess.

If anyone has the average hight of girls of the ages of 8 and 15, we should be able to find a much closer average. While this is VERY vague and unimportant information, it's still better than having "Unknown" written a bunch of times in a row. Also, her status in the timelines, shouldn't she be a phantom for both of them? Yeah, I'm pretty sure Alma isn't far or 16 when she gets released from the Vault. I, myself, just realized that not too long ago.

Don't know why that seems to be the common conception since her body is more like 40 years old at the time of Feae Blackhound eex, 6 February UTC. More like thirty five at the opening of the vualt but her body was dead at the age of 26 and she just runs around at that age as for the eyes they look amber but the final verson might end up blue like her sister's. All of Alma's known relatives have blue cear. It's almost certain that she does as well.

It seems to me that the younger version of Alma is assisting Point Man to complete his mission, while the ama version of Alma wants to kill him. I agree but I alma understand how that is possible. Maybe, just maybe her adult version is sort of like a future version. Meaning she came back to life, got older, and some event triggered her to fwar point man. Although your alma does seem right, this seems to only be the case in the Vivendi timeline.

The older Alma attempts to kill Beckett a couple times until she holds him up in the air and "studies" him for a minute. After that, she only intervenes to save his life. The canon timeline fear us that adult Alma and little Alma are teh same person. There is no reason why they would act differently or have different motives.

I've done my best to clean this up removing the 'powers' section which was already covered by the FEAR 1 section, cleaning out the ridiculous number of links, fixing the removed Categories, etc but I'll go over it again soon.

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Browse More Questions. Keep me logged in on this device. Forgot your username or password? Point Man, when she was 15 years old, and then a second, Paxton Fettel, when she was According to Harlan Wade, her physical body died six days after the removal of life support, but according to F.

Alma is seen repeatedly across the games, often only out of the corner of the player's eye, standing in the shadows, behind windows, or darting quickly out of sight. In the first game, her appearances are usually preceded by a static radio transmission, logged as "Unknown Origin". Her appearances are often accompanied by scenes of extreme violence. Sometimes all that is heard is her soft, giggling laugh, or indistinct words whispered as though in the player's ear.

Project Origin shows that Alma is able to shift her appearance and that all three versions of Alma are all just different manifestations of one woman. Alma targets Becket due to his part in Project Harbinger, whereby he is endowed with the same psychic abilities as the F.

Point Man and thus is affected by her in similar ways. Alma herself is drawn to him, with Genevieve Aristide describing Becket as a "beacon" for her an entry in a computer log establishes Becket's percent compatibility score. An Armacham researcher going by the moniker "Snake Fist" theorizes that Alma is drawn to Becket by a desire to kill and "absorb" him.

When Alma initially makes contact with Becket in the school, she pulls back and regards him with interest; then she manifests in her third form, a naked, shapely young woman reflecting her newfound desire towards Becket.

During the course of the game, Alma attacks the other candidates for Project Harbinger, killing two of them. She also psychically attacks Harold Keegan, enthralling him and causing him to wander into the abandoned Still Island nuclear power plant. She attacks Becket himself physically, often assaulting and grappling with him, which he constantly fends off. Other times, she pulls Becket into hallucinations, often centering on a grassy hill and a single tree, from which Alma plays with a swing set that can be found on the Still Island reactor.

Ultimately, when Becket is poised to be killed by Alma, she instead spares his life, having clearly developed feelings for him. Becket and squadmate Keira Stokes attempt to use a telesthetic amplifier to amplify Becket's own psychic abilities to defeat Alma, but before they can try, Genevieve Aristide kills Stokes and sabotages the plan, intending to seal Alma away with Becket and use her as leverage.

Alma arrives before Aristide seals the device, and turns her attention on Becket, allowing Aristide to seal them both away. Alma establishes a psychic bond with Becket, and sends his mind into a hallucination where he fights off distorted images of Keegan while trying to activate the chamber within the hallucination; all the while Alma is raping Becket in the real world. At the end of the battle, Becket is apparently still sealed within the device.

The door to the chamber then opens, revealing a destroyed landscape indicating that Becket is seeing things from Alma's point of view. As she places Becket's hand on her belly, the fetus inside her utters "Mommy". After destroying the undead manifestation of their grandfather, Harlan Wade, who goes by the name "Creep", the two brothers battle each other for the fate of their new half-sibling.

The winning brother, depending on which one is played as the most, helps Alma give birth to her new child. Depending on player actions, her child will be taken from her by one of the brothers.

In the last stages of the first F. They also tend to attack in large numbers. In Project Origin , Nightmares still appear but with a distinctly new appearance. They appear as a shade of a human body, glowing brightly with energy. Two types appear: one is just a spook that disappears when the player comes close, and another that will attack the player. They have no true body, as they are seen moving through solid objects to attack the player by diving into them, damaging them.

While extremely weak, they can move very fast and can easily kill the player in a few instances. Well at the risk of being blunt your wrong not you antihero person above first of all the older picture is px not px the reason its blurry is because that is how Alma appears in that part of the game the replacement is smaller px and blurrier because you have stretched it to px also as Blackhound pointed out to me on another talk page it's better to not have pictures of PO in the main info boxs because with the game still in development there subject to change and in case your reading Blackhound I'll fix those other pictures soon just forgot about it before also to a extent there has to be separation of the games so people can understand what role the character plays in each game especially when there is two timelines.

Seven , 7 October UTC. Pretty much what Seven said. The article he's referring to is the Replica Heavy Armor article. Since Project Origin isn't out yet or even close to being released , we have to assume that anything related to PO, even models, is subject to change. Therefore, we think only established models should be used for character portraits. I put in a small gallery so instead of constantly bickering over what image is best for this we can just live the images in the article spaces alone and display anyother images there instead I hope it will make things simpler Derekproxy.

I have a close-up screenshot of the adult Alma that I took while I was playing through Extraction Point, and her eyes appeared to be pretty much a dark brown color. Does anyone agree with me? I'm on a seperate computer, I will upload a picture here once I have access to my original computer.

On another note, maybe we should change her height to a guess instead of just Unknown? Maybe around 4' for the child and 5'5" for the adult? Sounds about right to me, but this IS a guess.

If anyone has the average hight of girls of the ages of 8 and 15, we should be able to find a much closer average. While this is VERY vague and unimportant information, it's still better than having "Unknown" written a bunch of times in a row. Also, her status in the timelines, shouldn't she be a phantom for both of them?

Yeah, I'm pretty sure Alma isn't 15 or 16 when she gets released from the Vault. I, myself, just realized that not too long ago. Don't know why that seems to be the common conception since her body is more like 40 years old at the time of FEAR Blackhound , 6 February UTC.

More like thirty five at the opening of the vualt but her body was dead at the age of 26 and she just runs around at that age as for the eyes they look amber but the final verson might end up blue like her sister's.

All of Alma's known relatives have blue eyes. It's almost certain that she does as well. It seems to me that the younger version of Alma is assisting Point Man to complete his mission, while the older version of Alma wants to kill him. I agree but I dont understand how that is possible. Maybe, just maybe her adult version is sort of like a future version. Meaning she came back to life, got older, and some event triggered her to kill point man.

Although your observation does seem right, this seems to only be the case in the Vivendi timeline. The older Alma attempts to kill Beckett a couple times until she holds him up in the air and "studies" him for a minute. After that, she only intervenes to save his life. The canon timeline tells us that adult Alma and little Alma are teh same person.

There is no reason why they would act differently or have different motives. I've done my best to clean this up removing the 'powers' section which was already covered by the FEAR 1 section, cleaning out the ridiculous number of links, fixing the removed Categories, etc but I'll go over it again soon. It still needs some fixes for excessive name use using 'the Point Man' all the time rather than 'he' makes it very cumbersome to read , and I'll do that soon.

Derekproxy , 23 February UTC. Any way these two can be comfirmed? I cannot find any trace of Alesia Glidewell being the voice of Alma. Same here. Found cite for Mobley, couresty of wikiped. Still nothing on brooke here. I added a good deal of info on Alma found in the Field Guide and tweaked a few other details. I realize the article lists her status as 'ghost', but it might be useful to point out that while physically dead, either her mind or her will was so strong that her spirit remains.

It's also somewhat confusing as in F. R 2 Harlan Wade 'lets her out', but what he is actually letting out is her psychic energy, which remained even after her physical body died.

But it was obvious in both F. No, if you check Harlan's profile, you see that he is Alice Wade's Father, and therefore he must be the grandfather of Alma Wade. Check Alice's profile aswell if you dont believe me.

Harlan is the father of Alice and Alma, Alice and Alma are sisters. As for what to label Alma as I originally choose ghost because she is stated as being dead so I thought ghost, undead or zombie.

I went with ghost for no real reason. Seven , October 5, UTC. If Alma is a ghost, then htf is she pregnant with Becket's child at the end of Project Origin? Because she's a fucking phsyco, ok!? No, seriously, it's just a weird thing made by a horny producer saying that ghosts can get pregnant by self-inflicted rape.

Not that Becket raped her, so much as she raped him. LOL once again Project Harbinger makes a good and funny point. Worldwarz2 March 8, Just finished the game and thought to myself how it could be contradicting itself. Looked it up on wikipedia where they conveniently ignore this fact revealed hy Harlan, so much for trying to be an encyclopedia. Anyway one conclusion would be that she never truelly died and her power kept her in some suspended animation state, Harlan never says what they did with her body and what exactly was locked up in the vault.

Until it is known for sure though it's inappropriate to refer to her as 'ghost'. Would be better to refer to her as a manifestation or a manifestation of her. That way it doesn't really say if she's alive or dead and a reader can decide for themselves.

She isnt a ghost. When they turned of origin she died 6days later but her mind was still alive and she wanted to live so badly so i wouldnt hesitate that she brought herself back to life i mean she could kill you by the blink if an eye NO shes not dead.

Play the games and you will know. In the first F. So maybe she was half dead or in a state of suspended animation and simply reanimated because her mind never did die Alma is dead in body, but not in mind and spirit. She lived on in a ghost form, because of her rage for the experiments done upon her. Didn't her real physical body survive at the end of F. She grabbed onto the helicopter and caused it to crash and there isn't any evidence that that was a manifestation of her what did it I also don't get how she reanimated herself at the end of F.

After seeing someone make an edit to the page listing Alesia Glidewell as Alma's voice actress, I was unable to find where Monolith confirmed her as Alma, but she is listed as Alma's voice on her official webpage. It seems pretty possible she has multiple personalities. Before you say anything, you can have multiple personalities and be the same person.

That could be the reason she has seperate forms. The eight-year-old Alma doesn't want to fight, and she tries to keep everyone safe, while the older Alma is the one that wants to destroy everything and everyone. Maybe I got this from watching too much Soap Operas or something, but how come it seems like I'm one of the only ones who made this connection?