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"It may be the end of everything and maybe we're already dead... and none of us knows it".

Rosemary Reed is the main protagonist and playable character in the Remothered: Tormented Fathers.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Not much is known of her childhood, but growing up Rosemary had a fear of religious icons and mirrors.

RossoGallo PlantationEdit

At some point in her life Rosemary joined Cristo Morente convent. She worked as a harvester living on the RossoGallo farm, while unknowingly being used as a guinea pig for the Phenoxyl 2.0 prototype created by Albert Elias Wyman, which caused the nuns to become very sick. In November of 1971, for reasons then-unknown, Rosemary set the convent on fire, killing all the sisters, except Gloria, and destroying the fields and a wing of the Ashmann palace.

ArrivalEdit

Years later, Rosemary sits in a white van, parked in front of a playground by the Felton's residence, smoking a cigarette. She goes through patient files of Richard Felton from the Santa Margherita Institute, where he was being treated for an incurable disease. Under the files she sees a picture of a little girl with a message "My sweet Jennifer" inscribed on the back, whom she believes to be Felton's adoptive daughter, Celeste, who disappeared in the fall of 1971.

Reaching towards the front gate, she buzzes the intercom, only to be answered by a woman. Rosemary introduces herself as a doctor at said Institute, only to be denied of entrance. After entering through the courtyard, Dr. Reed knocks on manor door where she is greeted by the Felton's personal nurse, Gloria. Rosemary claims she has potential new treatments for Felton's terrible disease. Granted entrance, Reed waits in Mr. Felton's study, snooping around looking for clues on his involvement in Celeste's disappearance but is then interrupted by Richard walking in talking to Rosemary about religion. After the formal greetings and talks of Richard's medical history, she pointedly mentions the nickname Jennifer, angering the former notary. Her true intentions are revealed once Gloria barges in after learning there is no Dr. Reed at the Santa Margherita Institute and that her position as a doctor was a ruse to get inside the manor. Rosemary is then forced to leave the property without getting any answers about what happened to Celeste.

Felton Villa investigation Edit

After Gloria left the manor, Rosemary sneaks her way back inside, attempting to meet with Richard's wife, Arianna, who locked herself in her bedroom as Gloria mentioned earlier. However, as she makes her way to the room, she only discovers a mummified corpse. Horror-struck Rosemary then tries to escape, only to find the main exit locked, trapping her in a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with the murderous Richard roaming around the house. As she tries to look for another way out, Rosemary finds a note left by Gloria in the study about a film reel that she supposedly had gotten rid of. Finding it in the oven, Rosemary plays the film in the study which shows a mesmerism session of Richard with Gloria questioning him about his memories. As the film ends, Richard grabs her with a catcher's pole and burns the film. He reveals that Celeste returned home two years after her disappearance, however, he murdered her in her bedroom while she was asleep, as he was convinced by a nun in red, depicted in a painting behind the curtains, who promised to free him from his torment.While Felton is distracted, Rosemary manages to free herself. However, she is then greeted by a menacing figure of the Red Nun she saw in the painting, threatening her with a sword and calling her "Sister".

After successfully avoiding the nun, Rosemary spots a blonde-haired woman in a white dress. She follows her to the loft, where she finds a photograph of Arianna and Celeste in front of a unknown door. She is then attacked by the woman, who pushes her off the loft. Rosemary wakes up in the living room, where the woman, who claims to be Jennifer, is watching a news report on TV depicting Rosemary being wanted for stealing the white van and assaulting the driver. Jennifer apologizes for attacking Rosemary and tells her about the hidden room behind the fireplace she saw earlier on the first floor. In Celeste's old bedroom, sealed away by Richard, Rosemary finds a recorder Celeste had left before escaping the second time. She is then attacked by the sworm of moths that cause her to hallucinate a floating corpse of Arianna Felton, whom Richard murdered in that bedroom mistaking her for Celeste. Overcoming her fear of broken mirrors, Rosemary fights off the moths and tries to reach the attic, following Celeste's trail. However, she falls down the sewers and finds herself at the wine cellar, where she discovers the hidden documents revealing Richard is actually a woman, named Jennifer, who was forced to live as man by her abusive father.

After escaping from Jennifer but failing to reach the attic through the elevator, Rosemary eventually meets up with Gloria who suddenly returned to the manor. She soon realises, however, that Gloria drugged her, as she is the same Red Nun who chased her earlier. Rosemary wakes up in the dining room during Gloria’s mesmerism session while Felton is wondering why Celeste is so important to her. Disgusted by Gloria’s treatment of Felton, Rosemary angrily calls her “sick”. In return, furious Gloria slaps Rosemary, reminding her that she was, in fact, a former member of Cristo Morente herself and she was the one responsible for the fire that killed the others. Seeking revenge on both Felton, who used her as a test subject for Phenoxyl, and Rosemary, Gloria manipulates Felton into burning down the house. However, Rosemary manages to free herself and sets Felton on fire instead. She is ambushed by Gloria in the elevator, but she stabs her with a cortisone-filled syringe she acquired earlier, which blinds Gloria. Gloria scratches her eyes out with a glass shard, as light causes her pain due to the side effects of the Phenoxyl intake, and is then lured by Rosemary to an open window, through which she falls down.

Rosemary has one last conversation with dying Gloria, who gives her a hint about Celeste's whereabouts. The two reconcile, as they realize they were both victims of the experiments performed by Wyman and the others. Rosemary then returns to Celeste’s bedroom and finds a bag hidden inside the piano. The luggage tag on the bag says "Flemmington Girls' Institute", which is where Rosemary, not giving up on finding Celeste, is headed next.

PersonalityEdit

"I believe in people's willpower, everything else is not God, but ineptitude or mankind's cruelty." -Rosemary about religion

Rosemary is an atheist and a very skeptical one; almost nihilistic in nature. With her philosophy of believing in the individual's willpower and people's ineptitude or mankind's cruelty being the cause of many of the world's problems, the fact that she smokes does not come as a surprise.

"We're not eternal: having some vices is totally legitimate." - Rosemary's main philosophy.

She disowns her past - events turned her into a disbeliever of personal relations, however, Rosemary feels bad if other people suffer, but she always puts her needs before everything else. She is not a proud person since she almost feels uncomfortable with herself, but she knows that she is what she is thanks to her past.

Rosemary loves listening to jazz music, and she looks very classy and sophisticated, but the real Rosemary can be very different; however, she is not narcissistic by any means. The way she dresses reflects the complexity of her multifaceted personality.

Rosemary is not a traditional heroine. She is far from being spotless and fearless and can come across as a mysterious lady as she is rather shady and ambiguous. If asked about her professional career, she will probably be very elusive. Selfish without being self-indulgent, Rosemary has a void inside, due to a guilty feeling that makes a match with melancholy. She knows her limits, but she goes beyond them as she wants to give herself a chance to put an end to her nightmares.

Her motives are obscure and enigmatic, leaving her true purpose as a mystery to be uncovered during the game's story. There is also a strong possibility that Rosemary Reed is not her real name.