Stitches

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Stitches
Stitches overworld.png
Aliases Elise Von Dutch
Inflicted phobias
Phobias Teratophobia
Biographical information
Date of death 1942 (determinant)
Physical description
Gender Female
Species Human
Item drops
Search (x15 Shillings) (x2 Pep pills) (Cloth fragment)
Steal (x3 Gun powder) (x2 Lucky coins)
Overworld data
HP 12 (+1 extra shot)
Note Not executable
Cannot lose limbs using Rifle/Gunslinger
Not affected by Marksmanship
Takes only 2 damage from trenchgun when not stunned, 3 when stunned
Battle Theme
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Stitches is a boss encountered in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina. She is accompanied by Living flesh.

Lore

Stitches has sewn her mouth partially shut and has numerous sewn cuts scattered around her body. She is likely the creator of monstrosities such as the Sew jobs and the Living flesh.

When playing as Daan, there are indications that Stitches resembles his deceased wife, Elise Von Dutch. During the Second Great War, the Von Dutch manor was overtaken by the occult, resulting in a ritual sacrifice of the family members to please the Sulfur God. Daan attempted to resurrect Elise, sacrificing his left eye to do so, but his efforts proved to be in vain. The circumstances of Elise's transformation into Stitches – assuming she is indeed Elise – and how she ended up in Prehevil remain a mystery. It is uncertain whether Stitches still retains any semblance of her former self as Elise or if she is merely a vessel being controlled by some other force, or if her similarity to Elise is a disturbing coincidence.

Location and behaviour

Stitches roams around Tunnel 1, which is reached by going through the hidden bunker at the far western of the Deep Woods.

Battle

Stats
Body Part HP Blunt Slashing Piercing Fire Otherwordly Ev. Rate Magic Ev. Resistances
Head 20 130% 110% 110% 80% 100% 75% None None
Torso 1000 (4000) None None
Torso (Rot) 550 (2200) None None
Right Arm 800 None None
Left Arm 800 None None
Right Leg 600 None None
Left Leg 600 None None
  • Note: HP in parenthesis is only used for Damage-over-Time calculations.
Skills
Body Part Skill Effect Condition Chance Success Rate
Torso Tackle Deals 13-19 Blunt damage, can knock Olivia off a wheelchair Arms are destroyed 100% 95%
Right Arm Cross stitching Deals 26-33 Blunt damage twice Always 100% 100%
Wire trap Binds a character for 3 turns Always 100% 100%
Left Arm Cross stitching Deals 26-33 Blunt damage twice Always 100% 100%
Wire trap Binds a character for 3 turns Always 100% 100%
Loving whispers Heals a limb for 120-180 hp Always 100% 100%

Strategy

Fear & Hunger Mode

The best way to deal with Stitches is using any magic attack on the head seeing that her head has 20 hp and 0 magic evasion. if the player does not have magic attacks then murky vials , pipe bombs or gasoline canisters can work.

Masoχ-S/M Mode

The same strategy for Fear & Hunger Mode applies.

Dialogues

Talk

  • Stitches: “Mmmf...mmm...” Stitches is mumbling something, but her mouth is stitched shut so she cannot talk properly.
    • Player: [PERSUADE] “You don't look like one of those monsters above...”
      • Stitches: “Mmffft... hmm.” Stitches swipes her hair to the sides of her head. She swirls around in a clumsy manner while admiring her own body. Stitches seems to be halting her attacks briefly. You are surprised yourself how easy it was to actually persuade her... (+Hesitation)
      • If repeated:
      • Stitches: “Mffm!” Your persuasion efforts don't seem to work anymore. (-Hesitation)
    • Player: [INTIMIDATE] “I'll break you like a twig you are.”
      • Stitches: “Ffffffmmmm...!” Stitches tries to mime spitting, but because of her stitches it doesn't quite work. You interpret this as her getting angry though. (+Furious)
      • If repeated:
      • Stitches: “Mffm!” Your intimidation tactics don't seem to work anymore.
    • Player: “Can you understand me?”
      • Stitches: “Mmmf...hm...” Whatever that meant.
    • Player: “Please stay away!”
      • Stitches: “Mmfka, mmfka, mmfkaa...” Sounds like cackling.
    • Player: “Prepare to die.”
      • Stitches: “Mmmf...hm...” Whatever that meant.

Interactions

“The person 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 her Nothing “No reaction, but each kick gives you satisfaction.”
Medical diagnosis Nothing
Player with Diagnosis:
“The person looks to have a rather normal female body. A little bit more muscular than usual perhaps, but nothing out of ordinary. She has sewn her mouth partly shut and there appears to be more sewn cuts scattered around her body. Their purpose is unknown to you, but they do distort her face beyond recognition. Because of the sewn cuts, the body is especially weak against slashing attacks that might open the cuts. Also blunt attacks might open the stitches.”
If Daan is in the party:
  • Daan: “The person looks to have a rather normal female body. A little bit more muscular than usual perhaps, but nothing out of ordinary. She has sewn her mouth partly shut and there appears to be more sewn cuts scattered around her body. Their purpose is unknown to be, but they do distort her face beyond recognition... ... ...” Daan looks shaken up. His eyes are wide as he stares the woman.
    • Player: “What's wrong?”
      • Daan: “... Let's just go. I really need fresh air.”
    • Player: “Are you alright?”
      • Daan: “... Let's just go. I really need fresh air.”
    • Player: “...”
If playing as Daan:
“The person looks to have a rather normal female body. A little bit more muscular than usual perhaps, but nothing out of ordinary. She has sewn her mouth partly shut and there appears to be more sewn cuts scattered around her body. Their purpose is unknown to you, but they do distort her face beyond recognition. But despite that... She eerily reminds you of someone... The more you entertain the idea, the more certain you become of this haunting realization. No matter how disfigured her face would be, you would always recognize your wife Elise... This woman has her appearance. You are 100% certain of this now. But it's impossible. She is dead... Either you are losing your mind slowly but surely, this place has finally gotten the best of you... Or maybe there is some other sinister reasoning behind all this... You hope that it is only your mind that is crumbling here... You wish Elise has her rest now... ”
If diagnosed again: “Elise...”
Search (x15 Shilling) (x2 Pep pills) (Cloth fragment) Nothing
Leave Success Nothing
Devour Success “You devoured the remains.”
Harvest an organ Success Nothing
Saw off her head (Head of the Stitches) Nothing
Necromancy Failure “The soul is too corrupted and frail to be summoned back to the body. The necromancy failed.”

Trivia

  • Getting killed by Stitches gives you a unique game-over scene, one where she pays homage to the movie The Human Centipede series. Depending on your party setup it changes who is sewn to who, also including her other body-sewing projects.
  • Stitches has a special interaction with Daan as the player or a party member.
  • Stitches' design is inspired by Marilyn Manson's appearance in The Beautiful People music video.

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