Flame Trooper

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Flame Trooper
Flame Trooper overworld.png
Affiliation Bremen army
Inflicted phobias
Phobias None
Physical description
Species Human (implied to be the result of a Marriage of Flesh)
Item drops
Search (Arm guards) (Bremen gas mask and Arm guards)
Steal (x4 Gun powder)
Overworld data
HP 6 (+1 extra shot)
Note Executable
Can lose limbs using Rifle/Gunslinger
Affected by Marksmanship
Battle Theme
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The Flame Trooper is an enemy encountered in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina. They are some of the troops sent by the Bremen Empire to occupy Prehevil and guard its bunker systems.

Location

They can be found in various rooms throughout the White Bunker, right under the museum.

Battle

Stats
Body Part HP Blunt Slashing Piercing Fire Otherwordly Ev. Rate Magic Ev. Resistances
Head 700 100% 100% 100% 100% 120% 80% 40% None
Torso 1750 (7000) None None
Torso (Rot) 1250 (5000) None None
Arms 2000 None None
Right Leg 300 None None
Left Leg 300 None None
  • Note: HP in parenthesis is only used for Damage-over-Time calculations.

Strategy

Fear & Hunger Mode

The player must be careful while outside the combat mode as they have ability to spray jets of flame from their flamethrowers. Getting caught by the flame will result in the protagonist being incinerated, causing instant death. This can be avoided by dodging their jets of flame as signaled by the trooper's breathing.

Masoχ-S/M Mode

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Dialogues

Talk

  • Flame Trooper: “...”
    • Player: “What is going on here?”
      • Flame Trooper: “...” The trooper shows absolutely no reaction to your words...
    • Player: “Stay away, I mean no harm!”
      • Flame Trooper: “...” The trooper shows absolutely no reaction to your words...
    • Player: “Prepare to die Bremen scum!”
      • Flame Trooper: “...” The trooper shows absolutely no reaction to your words...
    • Player: Nevermind

Interactions

“The trooper 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, the body feels surprisingly heavy.”
Medical diagnosis Nothing
Player:
“There is something unnatural about the physique of this trooper. You can't quite put a finger on what it is. Their anatomy is just from an uncanny valley if that makes sense. All the proportions look off, just a little bit. They don't seem to suffer from similar symptoms as the villagers and the locals in the city though. This is something else... You wonder if it could it be because of Bremen experiments?”
If Daan is in the party:
“There is something unnatural about the physique of this trooper... I can't quite put a finger on what it is. Their anatomy is just from an uncanny valley if that makes sense... All the proportions look off, just a little bit. They don't seem to suffer from similar symptoms as the villagers and the locals in the city though. This is something else... Could it be because of some unholy Bremen experiments?”
Search (Arm guards) (Bremen gas mask and Arm guards) Nothing
Leave Success Nothing
Devour Success “You devoured the remains.”
Harvest an organ Success Nothing
Saw off his head (Flame trooper head) Nothing
Necromancy Failure “The soul is too corrupted and frail to be summoned back to the body. The necromancy failed.”

Trivia

  • The helmet worn by the Flame Trooper is inspired by or modelled after the helmets worn by the Thraex class of gladiators, with two side plumes. Though the helmet is shaped like the Greek Thessalian petasos hat.
    • The pauldrons is modelled or inspired by the manica armor worn by both Murmillo gladiators and Roman legionaries.
      • The cuirass seen and worn by the Flame Trooper is inspired by the lorica musculata, a type of cuirass fitted to the torso of the wearer and designed to mimic an idealized male human physique. It is often seen in Greek and Roman art, where it is worn by generals, emperors, and deities during periods when soldiers used other types.

Gallery

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