Caligura

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Caligura
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Caligura swings his pipe furiously.
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Caligura swings his pipe furiously.
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Caligura swings his pipe furiously.
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Aliases Man in a fine suit
Count Dragul
Affiliation Vatican City
Inflicted phobias
Phobias None
Biographical information
Date of death 1942 (determinant)
Physical description
Gender Male
Species Human
Spiritual Information
Soul Decrepit soul
Item drops
Search (Rusty pipe, Meatpie, Egg and Kashmir suit)
Steal (Pipe bomb)
Battle Theme
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Caligura is a supportive NPC character and potential enemy in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina. He is a violent and foul-mouthed mobster hailing from the Vatican City, and is skilled at intimidation, theft, and making improvised explosives. Caligura is one of the fourteen contestants arriving in Prehevil that were forced to participate in the Festival of Termina.

Lore

Caligura's cruel ways and his ghoulish appearance earned him the nickname "Count Dragul" among his peers. His reputation as a mobster is influent enough for other contestants to know who he is: journalist Karin recognizes him from the train and a possible altercation that he has with Henryk implies that the chef either heard of Caligura or actually ran into him before. He is a caporegime, or a captain, for a rival branch to the Accardos in The Family.

Personality

Caligura is a hostile and foul-mouthed man who is not above assaulting and murdering others.

During the festival, he is one of the select few participants who will actively engage in killing the other contestants. Levi and Henryk will meet their end at his hands unless player intervention takes place; Abella and Marcoh will also be his targets if chosen as protagonists. Karin also mentions an encounter with the mobster, but she apparently managed to safely evade him.

Location

Caligura's first appearance is inside the train that transports the Termina contestants to Prehevil. He can be found sitting on the couch if the player doesn't take the Prehevil Map and Combat Manual before leaving the train, and then chooses to go back inside the train before venturing forth. If interacted with multiple times, Caligura will push both the main character and Marina out of his way before leaving himself. Fighting him here is not advisable as he has not yet shown his true colors, and doing so will result in the other contestants restraining the player character until Day 3.

In case the player chooses Abella as the main character and decides to take a rest on the bed in the Mayor's Manor, Caligura will try to sexually assault her, which will result in a life-or-death battle. Similarly, while resting in the manor as Marcoh, there is a 50% chance that Caligura may appear, but the player may avoid a battle by selecting certain dialogue options. Additionally, Caligura has a 50% chance to appear while attempting to sleep in the book store as Marcoh anytime before Afternoon of Day 2.

On Day 1 Night and Day 2 Morning, altercations will occur between Caligura and Levi (if he was not recruited on Day 1), at Prehevil - West (News Agency) in a small alley to the right of a dilapidated house, directly north of the passage to Prehevil - Back Alleys (Sylvian's Square). This will also happen with Henryk (if he did not become the Gentleman and was not reassigned to another functional kitchen) by the Lake during Day 2 Evening. These confrontations will transpire regardless of the player's presence and will result in Caligura killing both individuals, unless the player interferes and defeats the mobster in combat.

On Day 2 Night, Caligura will moonscorch into Monster and can be found hiding in the water at the Sewers - Southern Tunnels, Sewers - Mid Tunnels or Sewers - West Junction.

Caligura has a Decrepit soul, which can be acquired if the player kills him in battle, unlocking his skill tree at the Hexen table. His death is a requirement for Endings B and C; killing him as Monster will produce the same gameplay results as his regular form.

Battle

Stats
Body Part HP Blunt Slashing Piercing Fire Otherwordly Ev. Rate Magic Ev. Resistances
Head 20 120% 120% 120% 120% 120% 80% 40% None
Torso 450 (1800) None None
Torso (Rot) 250 (1000) None None
Right Arm 500 None None
Left Arm 500 None None
Right Leg 200 None None
Left Leg 200 None None
Penis 20 None None
  • Note: HP in parenthesis is only used for Damage-over-Time calculations.

Strategy

Fear & Hunger Mode

Caligura wields a pipe on his right arm. His attack at every single turn will be Pipe smash, which besides dealing damage, can also stun his target. Removing his right arm will make Caligura attack with Tackle instead, a less-damaging move that deals no status effects. Attacking him when he tries to abuse Abella will lead him to fight without his pants, letting the player also target his penis.

Masoχ-S/M Mode

Caligura cannot be fought in Masoχ-S/M mode - see Monster.

Dialogues

Battle start

  • Caligura swings his pipe furiously.
  • Caligura: “Get ready to die you fucking piece of shit.”
    • Party member: (Line about not wanting to participate in a fight, each character has a unique line) (+Hesitation)

Talk

  • Caligura: “I'll fuck you up you piece of shit!”
    • Player: [PERSUADE] “I'm sure we can settle this with money, right?”
      • Caligura: “... How thick are ya?! Once you're lying face first on the ground, I can take all I want.”
    • Player: [INTIMIDATE] “You bring a pipe to a firefight?”
      • Caligura: “...” *Spit* “I'll call your bluff.” Despite his words, Caligura seems to hesitate a bit and keep his distance. (Skips 1-2 turns)
      • If repeated:
      • Caligura: “I'll shove this pipe so deep you'll be taken for a cockhorse!”
    • Player: “Wait! We don't need to do this!”
      • Caligura: “Just kneel down and it'll be over then.”
    • Player: “Bring it on!”
      • Caligura: “I'll shove this pipe so deep you'll be taken for a cockhorse!”

Run (will always fail)

  • Caligura: “You weasel! Trying to run away!?”

Interactions

“Caligura is down...”
Action Result Flavour text
Use Brain flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Use Heart flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Beat him Nothing “No reaction. He seems to be dead.”
Medical diagnosis Nothing
Player:
“He looks to be dead.”
If Daan is in the party:
“Seems dead to me. Don't know what else to say...”
Search (Rusty pipe, Meatpie, Egg, Kashmir suit) Nothing
Leave Success Nothing
Devour Success “You devoured the remains.”
Harvest an organ Success Nothing
Saw off his head (Caligura's head) Nothing
Necromancy Failure “The soul is too corrupted and frail to be summoned back to the body. The necromancy failed.”

Trivia

  • Caligura's name comes from the Roman Emperor Caligula. The name itself means 'little soldier's boot' in reference to the caligae worn by the Roman legionaries. Caligula was said to hate this nickname.
    • Roman sources seem to indicate that Caligula was a monster in his later years of being Roman Emperor, known for his sadism, cruelty, extravagance, and sexual perversion (though these sources are questionable).
      • Caligura is similar to Caligula in that he is easily angered and known to be cruel, as he later on tried to kill Levi or Henryk, he wears an extravagant suit, and he attempted to force himself on Abella.
  • Caligura's early design bares a resemblance to singer Marilyn Manson in his famous makeup.
  • The nickname "Count Dragul" is referenced again by O'saa if spoken to in the Book Store - in which he will reference a book named "The Count Dragul of Lyyria" to condescend the age's taste in literature.
  • In response to questions about random facts concerning Caligura on his Twitter account, game creator Miro Haverinen shared that Caligura's primary pastime is watching Grand Prix motor racing. He suggests that Caligura might have harbored dreams of racing at some point, but those aspirations never materialized and this unfulfilled ambition could possibly contribute to his bitter personality.

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