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    _____________________________TIES THAT BIND___________________________
    
        
                     WALKTHROUGH FOR THE PS2, XBOX, OR PC
    
    PC Walkthrough Version 1.5
    January 2008
    E-mail: randym1375@yahoo.com
    
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    This document is Copyrighted by Randy Murtha June 2007 and may not be 
    reproduced in part or in full without the written consent of the 
    author. Nor shall this be posted on a website or printed in a magazine 
    without my consent.  All Rights Reserved.
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     TABLE OF CONTENTS
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    1) Introduction to Walkthrough
    2) More Walkthroughs by me, Version History
    3) Moral Meter and Alternate Game Endings
    4) Using the Insanity Meter and Upgrades
    5) Weapons and Items  
    6) Enemies 
    7) Game Walkthrough
    8) Credits, E-mail Rules, and Legal Issues
    
    THIS WALKTHROUGH IS BEST VIEWED AT 960x600 SCREEN RESOLUTION AND USING 
    A FIXED WIDTH FONT SUCH AS COURIER NEW.  IF USING HIGHER SCREEN 
    RESOLUTIONS FOR BEST VIEWING RESULTS CHANGE TO A HIGHER DPI SETTING SO 
    YOU WON'T HAVE TO USE A MAGNIFYING GLASS WHILE READING THIS.
    
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                                  * NOTICE *
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    The only websites this walkthrough is legally posted on are:
    
    Game FAQ's - www.gamefaqs.com
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    Game Spot - www.gamespot.com
    Super Cheats - www.supercheats.com
    Honest Gamers - www.honestgamers.com
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       ONLY THESE EIGHT SITES MAY POST MY GUIDE!  If you have viewed this 
    on any other site than the ones listed, or have seen this plagerised, 
    please e-mail me and let me know which site you viewed this on, I will 
    highly appreciate it.  If you've seen this plagerised or on a website 
    this isn't supposed to be on, there is a $CASH$ reward for informing me 
    of who the violator is.
    
    
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     1) INTRODUCTION
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         Welcome to my very in-depth and extensive walkthrough for The 
    Suffering: Ties That Bind for the PS2, Xbox, or your PC.  First and 
    foremost this game, in my opinion, is not nearly as good as the first 
    Suffering.  Doesn't even come close.  This game is creepy, twisted, 
    sickening at times, very bloody, extremely violent, and full of foul 
    language like the first Suffering but it just doesn't add up to the 
    expectations I placed on this game.  Don't get me wrong, this is a good 
    game and is loaded with storyline that fills in all the missing pieces 
    about Torque and what happened to his family on that fateful day.  It just 
    seems that Surreal mellowed out a bit on the shock factor while making 
    this and gone kind of soft, either that or the first Suffering totally 
    desensitized me to the horrors this game was supposed to bring.  It is 
    also way too short a game and you can beat it in two or three hours, not a 
    plus in any gamers eye.  If you've never played the first Suffering a lot 
    of the story will not make any sense to you and you'll probably feel lost 
    for the whole game and I wouldn't recommend playing this.  But if you're a 
    die hard fan of the first Suffering then you definitely want to add this 
    game to your collection to fill in all the missing pieces and to answer 
    all the questions the first Suffering left your mind boggling with.   
    
         And one more thing, this is an M rated game so if you have 
    children or younger siblings be responsible and don't play this game 
    in front of them, or any other M rated game around them.  Kids have 
    enough crap to try and digest these days and seeing horrific bloody 
    images, watching junkies shoot up, hearing loads of swear words, and 
    watching monsters running around slaughtering people won't help much, 
    unless your parental goal is to raise a serial killer.  I know some 
    evil brothers out there would find it funny to play this game in 
    front of their five year old sibling, but it won't be so funny when 
    that sibling sticks a knife in your ear while you're sleeping, now 
    will it?
          
          
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     2) MORE WALKTHROUGHS BY ME, VERSION HISTORY
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    -- Other Walkthroughs I have written:
    
    1) Armorines Project S.W.A.R.M. 
    2) Fable: The Lost Chapters
    3) Neverwinter Nights
    4) Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide
    5) Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark
    6) Neverwinter Nights Gold Edition
    7) Neverwinter Nights Platinum Edition 
    8) Quake II
    9) Shadow Man 
    10) Shadow Man 2econd Coming 
    11) The Suffering 
    12) Turok 2: Seeds of Evil 
    
    You can ALWAYS find all my guides and latest versions at:
    www.gamefaqs.com
    
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    -- VERSION HISTORY:
    
    Version 1.0
    June 30, 2007
         This is the first complete version of my guide so I won't be 
    revising it because there's nothing else to add, only to fix typos and 
    stuff like that.
    
    Version 1.5
    January 2008
         Added a couple of more websites this is legally posted on and 
    added Fable: The Lost Chapters and Quake II to other walkthroughs I've 
    wrote, along with the Neverwinter Nights guides.  
    
    
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     3) MORAL METER AND ALTERNATE GAME ENDINGS
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    - MORAL METER -
    
         In the sub-menu where you look at maps and notes is a moral meter 
    with a blue and red bar.  This bar will go up, down, or stay in the 
    middle depending on the actions you do while playing the game.  There 
    are three different sets of moralities you can have: good, neutral, or 
    evil.  If you help people that need your help and don't kill innocent 
    bystanders then your moral will be good.  If you decide not to help 
    people that need it but let them live and don't kill too many 
    innocents, then your moral will remain neutral.  If you decide to kill 
    everyone and be a total psychotic then your moral will be evil.
    
    
    - ALTERNATE GAME ENDINGS -
    
         As in the first Suffering there are three different endings you 
    can view, a good ending, a neutral ending, and an evil ending.  The 
    ending of the game depends on your actions during gameplay so wherever 
    your moral meter is at when you get to the end of the game, you'll get 
    to view that ending for your moral.  And what is each ending like you 
    ask?  Find out for yourself, I'm not spoiling them.
    
    
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     4) USING THE INSANITY METER AND UPGRADES
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         As in the first Suffering, you have insanity mode which will 
    transform you into a horrific beast so you can literally hack the 
    enemies up into bite size pieces.  The insanity meter is located 
    directly beneath the health bar and you fill it up by killing enemies, 
    when it starts flashing you can unleash the beast.  You can only remain 
    the beast until the meter runs out and if you remain the beast and let 
    the insanity meter run out before you willfully change back into 
    Torque, you will take a large chunk of health away so keep an eye on 
    the insanity meter when you are the beast.  This game offers several 
    upgrades for insanity mode to wreak even more havoc than ever before.  
    The upgrades you receive during gameplay depend on your actions while 
    you play the game.  Meaning that if your morality is good you'll 
    receive upgrades that differ from the upgrades available if your 
    morality was evil.  Neutral characters will not receive any upgrades 
    for insanity mode, doesn't that suck?  Here's the upgrades available:
    
    Good Characters:
    
    First upgrade: Chain Attack.  This upgrade lets you whip chains at the 
    enemy like a Burrower whips them at you.
    
    Second Upgrade: Gun Attack.  This upgrade makes spider arms come out of 
    your back like a Triggerman and you are armed with .50
    calibur machine guns.
    
    Third Upgrade: Cataclysm Attack.  The most powerful attack you can do 
    and will even kill bosses in one shot.
    
    Neutral Characters:
    
    Ground Slam Attack.  This is the only special insanity mode attack 
    neutral caracters will have.  This attack makes you jump up and slam 
    your fist on the ground and is quite effective, except on bosses.
    
    Evil Characters:
    
    First Upgrade: Spike Attack.  This attack allows you to make spikes jab 
    out of the ground to impale all of the freaks within a ten foot radius.
    
    Second Upgrade: Wretch Attack.  This attack makes giant exploding 
    cockroaches come out of your back.
    
    Third Upgrade: Cataclysm Attack.  Same as the one for good guys.   
    
    
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     5) WEAPONS AND ITEMS
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    - ITEMS -
    
    
    1) XOMBIUM:  These are pain killers that heal any damage you have 
    taken.  You can't pick any of them up to carry around like you could in 
    the first Suffering.  If your health is low just simply walk up to a 
    bottle to refill some of your health, the amount of health regained 
    depends on what difficulty setting you have the game on. 
    
    2) FLASHLIGHT:  I hope you don't need an explanation.
    
    3) BATTERIES:  For your flashlight.
    
    4) MAPS:  To help you navigate your way around Baltimore.
    
    5) NOTES:  You'll find notes and letters all over the place to read.
    
    6) JORDAN'S NOTEBOOK:  This narrated notebook is a reference for all of 
    the enemies you encounter in the game.  When you first encounter an 
    enemy never seen before and kill it, its description will go into this 
    notebook for you to check out at your leisure.
    
    7) CONSUELA'S JOURNAL:  This narrated journal contains detailed 
    information about places around Baltimore.  You must find the entries 
    for this journal by entering certain areas.
    
    8) CARMEN'S DIARY:  This is your deceased wife's diary and you have to 
    find all the entries for it.  A lot of questions from the first 
    Suffering get answered in this diary.
    
    
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    - WEAPONS -
    
         The crappiest thing about this game is that you can only carry two 
    weapons at a time besides your thrown weapons (flashbangs, molatav 
    cocktails, and grenades).  What kind of cheesy shit is this?
    
    
    1) RUSTY PIPE: Just a simple pipe to break some heads wide open.
    
    2) KNIFE:  To poke some holes and watch 'em bleed out.
    
    3) FIRE AXE:  Not a good choice.
    
    4) BASEBALL BAT:  Against these enemies?  Get serious already and put 
    down the bong!  On second thought, keep on puffin',  it's Friday and 
    you ain't got shit to do! 
    
    5) FLASHBANG GRENADE:  Toss one of these at an enemy to temporarily 
    blind them but not you.  They only work for a few seconds so kill 
    quickly after you throw one. 
    
    6) MOLATAV COCKTAIL:  A home made gasoline bomb that will set the 
    enemies ablaze. 
    
    7) GRENADE:  Toss one of these shrapnel spraying beauties into a room 
    full of freaks and kablooie, problem solved, just don't be too close 
    when they detonate or you'll die along with the freaks.
    
    8) COLT 1911 PISTOL:  Just a standard .9mm handgun, you can carry two 
    of them.  This weapon isn't that great but it will do you justice when 
    nothing else is available.
    
    9) .356 REVOLVER:  A .356 Magnum that packs quite the wallop.  One well 
    placed shot will kill most enemies.  You can also carry two of these at 
    a time so you get all Clint Eastwood and lay down the law.
    
    10) SHOTGUN:  A very good weapon to tote around and I recommend always 
    having one at the ready.  It's very effective against most foe but 
    don't use it if an enemy is more than fifteen yards away from you. 
    
    11) SAWED OFF SHOTGUN:  An excellent choice for dealing out pure 
    carnage, you can also carry two of them to really wreak some havoc.  
    This weapon is more effective than the shotgun but the range is only 
    about seven yards.
    
    12) M3A1 GREASE GUN:  These things look just like an old school grease 
    gun, hence the name.  A fully automatic weapon that doesn't pack a good 
    punch.  For a machine gun this weapon downright sucks, maybe that's why 
    they haven't been used since the beginning of the Vietnam War and have 
    no business in this game.
    
    13) SKORPION UZI:  This is a great little toy but you go through a clip 
    quicker than you can fart so it's only good for a few kills, you can 
    also carry two of these.  The range is extremely short on this weapon 
    so don't waste rounds on distant enemies.  
    
    14) TOMMY GUN:  A really good choice if you want raw power and bloody 
    mayhem so go ahead and run around pretending to be Al Capone spraying 
    lead everywhere and watch the blood squirt, body parts fly, and brain 
    matter stick to the wall.  Let the good times roll. 
    
    15) M-60 MACHINE GUN:  The most powerful gun in the game and I advise 
    you to pick one up and put it to good use as soon as you find one.  
    Shoot this weapon in short bursts to conserve ammo, it's easy to shoot 
    off a few extra rounds after an enemy drops and these rounds are 
    precious so try not to waste them.
    
    16) RPG-7:  Shoots a rocket propelled grenade to blow some holes in 
    everything.  I found this weapon next to useless and only used it once.
    
    17) GRENADE LAUNCHER:  Lets you fire grenades great distaces.
    
    18) STATIONARY MACHINE GUN:  Big .50 calibur machine guns that can't be 
    picked up to carry around.  Quite powerful so use up its unlimited ammo 
    when you see one.  Don't shoot it off for a long time or the barrel 
    will overheat and you'll be s.o.l. for five seconds or so while the 
    barrel cools down. 
    
    
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     6) ENEMIES
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         During this game you will encounter many new uniquely freaky 
    enemies that will send shivers down your spine and a few favorites 
    make a return from the first Suffering.  While fighting any enemy in 
    this game, move, move, move!  DO NOT stand in one spot trying to get 
    all Rambo or you'll die in a few short seconds because these creeps 
    are way too fast and powerful.  For more detailed information on 
    enemies read Jordan's Notebook during the game because my descriptions 
    are short and to the point.
    
    
    1) SLAYER:  Yes, these freaks make a triumphant return with a few 
    slight alterations.  These creeps have wickedly sharp blades instead 
    of limbs and they are very fast and agile and quite deadly at close 
    range.  When you shoot ones head off it will still come chasing after 
    you so be prepared.  I think they're faster and more lethal than the 
    Slayers in the origional Suffering and a Shotgun blast to the chest is 
    your best defense here.
    
    2) SLAYER CAPTAIN:  These things are quite larger than a normal Slayer 
    with heat radiating off its body and are made of thick gray steel.  
    You can only kill these things if you're the beast during insanity 
    mode.  You can't damage it at all with any weapons in your whopping 
    two gun arsenal so don't waste rounds on them.  Take these freaks out 
    immediately when seen because they can summon normal Slayers at will 
    that chase you around and make life unmanageable.
    
    3) GORGER:  When I was little and imagined the boogieman hiding in my 
    closet it looked exactly like this thing.  Big, ugly, demonic, 
    freakish creatures that try to bite off your head.  You'll see these 
    things feeding on dead bodies and sometimes even themselves throughout 
    the game.  These cretants aren't all that powerful but they are quick 
    and use the top of their heads as shields.  Just shoot it in the face 
    as one leans toward you with a sawed off shotgun to make it drop like 
    a ten ton brick.  If there is a different species of monster around 
    while you fight these they will start attacking them so use this to 
    your advantage and let them kill the freaks.  
    
    4) ARSONIST:  Little freaks with two heads that are on fire and also 
    set you ablaze.  Watch out for the fireballs they launch your way.  If 
    they do set your ass on fire, and they will, run around and jump up 
    and down to extinguish the fire quickly or you'll burn up and die 
    really fast.  These are some of the most deadly enemies in the game 
    and will prove to be quite the menace.  A good sawed off shotgun blast 
    to the belly will blow these thing right in half.
    
    5) ARSONIST CAPTAIN:  Quite larger than a normal Arsonist with blue 
    flames all around it.  As like a Slayer Captain you can only kill 
    these pyros while you're the beast during insanity mode.  They are 
    about twice as powerful as a regular Arsonist so take these out 
    immediately when seen or it will summon their little brothers to piss 
    all over your parade and ruin your already bad skin complexion.
    
    6) TRIGGERMAN:  These giant spider like monsters look like big globs 
    formed of blocky, blotchy textures pasted together, not a graphically 
    impressive enemy to say the least.  They are armed with fully 
    automatic rifles, uzis, and shotguns and stand up on their hind legs 
    to tower over you.  Just blow a few holes in their stomaches with any 
    weapon to kill them with ease.  A Molatav Cocktail is a good choice if 
    you're in the mood for some freshly roasted spider legs.  Yum.  
    Doesn't taste as good as a Turantuela leg, but hey, what the hell. 
    
    7) TRIGGERMAN CAPTAIN:  As like all captain's, the only way to destroy 
    these are with the beast unleashed during insanity mode. You'll know 
    the difference between these and normal Triggermen just by their 
    drastically improved appearence alone.  Like all captain's, this thing 
    summons regular Triggermen to make your eyes sorer than they already 
    are.
    
    8) MAINLINER:  This breed of Mainliner is not quite different in 
    appearence than the ones you saw on Carnate Island and are still very 
    deadly.  They are quite small and shoot a heroin derived cocktail at 
    you that will disorientate, they also jump on you and try to stick you 
    in the neck with this stuff.  If you're the beast and this thing pokes 
    you with a needle you'll instanly transform back into Torque for their 
    is some quite potent dope in those syringes.  When you kill one it 
    will be bleeding yellow fluid and it will be smoldering on the floor 
    for a few seconds, don't walk through it or you'll lose health.   
    
    9) MARKSMAN:  These things are nearly identical to the ones lurking 
    around on the island of carnage.  These monstrosities are a bunch of 
    guys melted into one and are quite big and have numerous rifles fused 
    into its back.  These weirdos are pretty fast considering their size 
    and will do some heavy damage if you let them.    
    
    10) SOLDIER:  Normal human weekend warriors trying to kill you.  Any 
    round to ones head and it will pop right off, problem solved.
    
    11) BURROWER:  You'll definitely notice a huge difference in 
    appearance from the origional Burrower.  They move around underground, 
    you'll see the ground moving and when you do be careful because they 
    pop up out of the soil and whip you with chains and then disappear 
    really fast.  Although these are very weak creatures (one shotgun 
    blast will kill one) they are extremely deadly and if two or more are 
    around you, you're in a heap of trouble, especially when they do their 
    twirl attack.  The best way to kill these are to stand still and face 
    the direction the ground is moving and almost every time they'll pop 
    up right in front of you for an easy kill.    
      
    12) MAULER:  These vicious little demon mutts have human skulls for 
    heads and an insatiable appetite for flesh.  These things only hang 
    around Copperfield and whenever you see him get ready to kill these 
    mutts.  They are extremely fast and very lethal, if they surround you 
    then you're in a world of shit.  The shotgun works well on these 
    things and it will take some practice to master these mutts.
    
    12) SUPPRESSOR:  The ugliest bastards in the game and also the most 
    deadly.  These are fat humans with no legs, have flashlights for eyes 
    and four machine guns impaled through its torso to send a rain of lead 
    your way.  They have a significant weakness: they can't see you unless 
    you're in its light and if you do walk into its light then kiss your 
    ass goodbye 'cause all four machine guns will mow you down faster than 
    Star Jones can suck down a pack of twinkies.  If you shoot ones head 
    off its machine guns will go ballistic so try not to get killed by all 
    the stray bullets zinging around.     
    
    13)  ISOLATIONIST:  These are the toughest enemies in the game and the 
    M-60 and distance are your best defenses here.  They kind of look like 
    giant I don't knows with steel ribs getting around on a pair of 
    crutches so it makes them rather slow but don't let their speed 
    deceive you for these are very deadly creatures.  They are surrounded 
    by electricity so don't get too close to them and they have little 
    cockroach (Wretches) sidekicks that will run up to you and explode 
    into clouds of toxic gas to choke you out.      
    
    
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     7) GAME WALKTHROUGH
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                                 * WARNING *
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         This game is intended for adults and it will disturb you, if not 
    scare the living daylights out of you.  Throughout your quest you will 
    see and hear some very sick shit that is not for the faint or easily 
    offended.  If you get offended by the F word and every other swearword 
    known to man (even the dreaded C word you better not dare call a 
    woman), don't play this game.  If you get offended by extreme violence 
    and grossed out by lots of blood, don't play this game.  If you get 
    offended by seeing dead children, don't play this game.  If you get 
    offended by watching junkies shoot up, don't play this game.  And the 
    list goes on and on, I think you get my point.  Parents once again I 
    strongly advise that no one under the age of 17 should play or view 
    this game.
    
    
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         A good thing about this game is that you can play it in first or 
    third person.  I highly recommend first person view, especially while 
    fighting enemies and the graphics are slightly better in first person.  
    I fail to mention A LOT of enemies throughout the game, this was to 
    heighten the scare factor and I didn't want to spoil all of your fun, 
    and some things you see I won't even mention because they're too good 
    to spoil.  I tried to make this guide as spoiler free as possible, 
    meaning I'll tell you to open a door to see a ghost, or see some weird 
    stuff going on to your left and so on; I won't describe the details 
    because I don't believe in spoiling the strange things going on in 
    this game, that would be cruel.  I don't want to be responsible for 
    robbing you of a good video game expierience.  The visions you see and 
    the background voices you hear while playing the game will vary 
    depending on your actions, and the moral decisions you make will 
    slightly alter the story, which to me is a plus because it adds 
    significantly to the replay value.  This walkthrough is really 
    versatile for I address each set of morals and the upgrades available 
    for them based on your moral decisions during gameplay so no matter 
    what type of character you become you'll never feel lost or left out 
    if you follow this guide.  I will also fail to mention tons of health, 
    weapons, and ammo along the way since these items are pretty much 
    everywhere so keep your eyeballs peeled. 
    
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ REMEMBERANCE OF THINGS PAST ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 
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              "When they transfered me to Eastern Baltimore
               Correctional, I thought I had escaped the
               encroaching darkness. But in my new cell the
               abyss was right there, waiting for me"
                                                         RT
    
    
         You'll start the game off five years ago in Eastern Baltimore 
    Correctional Facility playing chess with a fellow inmate and good 
    friend Miles.  This game is *NOT* a prequel, only this first level is.  
    The story can be considered a prequel but not the actual game.  After 
    you meet a shady fellow named Blackmore and company and the cut scene 
    ends, take cover from the guards shooting at you.  Wait for an inmate 
    to open up the gates and then follow Miles.  Enter the prison and 
    watch a nice little scene through the gate in front of you, Eastern 
    Baltimore Correctional Facility will get added to Consuela's Journal.  
    Go down the corridor and go into the door on the right of where Miles 
    is standing by the gate, he'll then run through a gate that opens, 
    ignore it for now.  Grab the Shotgun off the floor, search the room 
    for an Eastern Building Facility Map and search the locker if you are 
    in need of some Xombium.  Leave this room and walk up to the gate you 
    saw Miles run through, it will close and Miles will talk to you for a 
    minute.  Another gate will open up next to you so head through it and 
    follow the corridor to see some strange type of meat grinder, head 
    through the door on the left when you get to it.  You'll hear a dog 
    barking in the room on the left, go in there and walk up to the mutt 
    to see some weird visuals on your computer screen.  There is some 
    Xombium in here if you need it, a phone is now ringing in the room you 
    were just in, go answer it if you want.  Head through the door next to 
    the vending machine and you'll reach a checkpoint.
    
         The lights will come on and you'll run into the inmates that 
    punked you and Miles off in the opening cut scene, they have a guard 
    tied to a chair and want you to whack him to show your loyalty to 
    Blackmore.  It's your choice whether you want to kill the guard or 
    not.  Remember that doing bad deeds will result in a worse ending for 
    the game and shift your moral towards evil.  After you make your 
    choice a Slayer Captain will appear and it'll smash out the lights.  
    You can only kill these kinds of Slayers during insanity mode and 
    since you don't have insanity mode yet, go through the door that opens 
    and follow the corridor to a woman crying behind a gate, go through it 
    and approach the woman to watch a rather disturbing scene.  If you're 
    offended by this little scene then stop playing the game now because 
    it gets a whole lot worse, some people get offended easily and this 
    scene is very mild as to what lies ahead.  Continue along to some 
    stairs and descend them to reach a checkpoint.
    
         There are three security monitors in front of you and a locked 
    gate on the right, you may turn on every monitor like this throughout 
    the game if you'd like.  Take a look at the monitors and then you'll 
    see some inmates getting shot at behind the locked gate.  When the 
    gate opens for you, charge into the room and kill the guards on the 
    left.  A couple of Arsonist Captain's will appear, you can only kill 
    these kinds of pyros during insanity mode.  Search the room for some 
    Molatav's and Miles will be up above you on a catwalk.  When Blackmore 
    appears he'll talk some smack and his thugs will start attacking you.  
    Kill a few of them and then you'll turn into a horrific beast, this is 
    insanity mode.  Waste the Slayers that pop up and head towards the 
    door behind Blackmore to end this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HOPELESS BLEAK DESPAIR ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                     "Those trapped in misery dream of 
                     escape. But just when you think 
                     you've made it out, it turns out 
                     you've never really left."
                                         Ranse Truman
    
    
         After the official opening cut scene you'll be in present day on 
    the boat you left Carnate Island on.  Some kind of government agency 
    wants to debrief you on all the carnage that went down the previous 
    day.  After you meet Jordan all hell breaks loose and you'll be free 
    of your restraints.  Baltimore Harbor is now in Consuela's Journal, in 
    the back right corner of the room is a Waterfront Map.  Head through 
    the open door and you'll pick up a shoulder holster and a radio which 
    you'll equip.  Head down the corridor to the right, pick up a rusty 
    pipe and in the doorway on the right are a couple of scientists, to 
    your left are some locked gates that you can't open with a bunch of 
    weapons behind them so quit drooling.  Head into the warehouse on the 
    right and in the back left corner are some metal crates, climb them 
    and go through the window and drop into an alleyway.  Break through 
    the debris on the left and crawl through the hole in the fence.  
    Continue along the alley and pick up a Colt 1911 Pistol and continue 
    along to a gate.  Behind it is someone who will fall through a 
    manhole.  Break through the 2x4's blocking the gate and head through 
    it to the manhole, climb down the ladder.  Take the City of Baltimore 
    Map and crouch through the tunnel then drop down into a hole.  You'll 
    hear some creepy freak in the background, head left to end this level 
    after a beastly figure attacks you.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ THE WEAK SHALL INHERIT NOTHING ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                "Once is never enough. That's the lesson
                learned from the tale of the Creeper, the
                pimp who took misogyny to the next level.
                He knew something of insatiable appetites."
                                                        RT
    
    
         Turn around and watch a little scene through a locked gate and 
    meet Copperfield, you'll be seeing more of this jack ass, it might 
    take him a minute to show up.  To your right are some stairs going 
    down, head down them and break the pallet, then turn the crank on the 
    wall to open a gate next to you.  Go through it and on the right is 
    some guy talking crazy and a lock box on the wall.  Break the lock off 
    and open the box up if you need Xombium, if not then head through the 
    door on the left to see some weird stuff.  Continue along to another 
    locked gate and the Creeper will make an appearence, you'll be seeing 
    plenty of this whacked out deviant vagrant freak.  Head left and pick 
    up a flashlight, you'll see a large steel crate along the right wall, 
    go pull it back to reveal a tunnel, crouch into it and drop into a 
    hole.  Crouch into the room ahead with bodies hanging all over the 
    place, follow the blood trail to some flashlight batteries, that guy 
    should be following you if you didn't waste him a minute ago.  Climb 
    up the ladder you see and head through the open door to the left of 
    you to enter an area with a bunch of ratty apartment buildings.  Look 
    for a dumpster on the left and climb over it.  Continue straight and 
    answer the ringing phone if you want.  You'll see a ghostly visage on 
    a fire escape, climb the ladder up to her and enter your old apartment 
    where the horrible shit went down that flipped Torque's world upside 
    down. 
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ THE HARDEST HOMECOMING ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                 "The places we live define us as much
                 as we define them. They are filled with 
                 our rememberances. When we return to them,
                 we give the dead life once more."
                                                        RT
    
    
         You hear a voice telling you to go into your bedroom.  Go left 
    and through the first door on the left to be in your bedroom.
    Open the closet and you'll get a letter from Miles and a letter from 
    Carmen, a page about your two sons also gets unlocked in Carmen's 
    Diary.  You must read these letters, not the diary entry, if you want 
    the game to advance.  After you read the letters a ghost will chew you 
    a new bunghole and make you feel like crap as only a wife can do.  
    Take Torque's Apartment Map by the phone and go back into the hallway 
    collecting a letter from Blackmore, read it, that son of a bitch!  Go 
    into the bathroom on the left for a not so pleasent flashback, enter 
    the bedroom to the left of the bathroom for another disturbing 
    flashback.  Leave the bedroom and go into the living room on the right 
    to see my favorite character on the television, HE'S BAAAACK!  What a 
    nice surprise.  After the scene and you find out a lot more about this 
    prick Blackmore and his evil ways, go through the open door and enter 
    another hallway.  Hang a left and go down the stairs to see a bloody 
    crackhead sitting on the floor doing the fiend rock.  There are going 
    to be a lot of people like this you'll see throughout the game and you 
    should always stop and listen to them, some of them have pretty funny 
    stuff to say.  Next to the staircase are some mailboxes, go open them 
    to find a Theater Playbill and take a look at it, seems like an 
    interesting show so let's go to the theater to check it out.  Exit the 
    building ahead of you for the next level.  A lot of these levels are 
    pretty short and I know it sucks but it's better than no game at all.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ THE UNHOLY BURDEN ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                   "When the food ran out, the reverend
                   would not watch his people die. He
                   fed them with the only meat available.
                   He knew he could live with the decision
                   he made."
                                                        RT
    
    
         You'll start off on the street and another innocent is cowering 
    beside a dumpster in front of you, go right and you'll see an Arsonist 
    pop up and then disappear.  Continue down the street and you'll see 
    some thugs trying to rob an old man. I'll only do this once to get it 
    out of the way and to explain how helping people or not can effect 
    your moral meter and thus determining the outcome of the game for you.  
    There are numerous moral decisions you'll come across while playing 
    the game like this one.  Killing crackheads and stuff doesn't effect 
    your moral meter as much as killing one of these moral effecting 
    characters.  If you want to have good morals then kill the thugs and 
    rescue the old man.  If you would rather be more of a neutral 
    character then do nothing and let the thugs waste the old man, and if 
    you want to be an evil character then kill the old man and the thugs.  
    If you want to remain a good, neutral, or evil character, then do the 
    above process for all the moral making decisions I lead you to, some 
    characters are going to require more help than by simply killing a 
    couple of thugs.  If you want to remain a good or neutral character 
    throughout the game then don't kill all the crackheads and innocent 
    bystanders you'll see like the guy by the dumpster.  If you do happen 
    to kill a few innocents here and there it won't effect your moral 
    meter too much, shit happens and stray bullets can kill.  If you want 
    to remain evil then you would want to kill everybody you see 
    throughout the game.  I hope I explained the moral process well 
    enough, this is as laymen as one can get.
    
         Approach the scene of the crime and a Slayer will make an 
    appearence and get added to Jordan's Notebook.  Kill a few Slayers and 
    you'll probably notice the slight variations from the origional 
    Slayer.  If you made a good moral decision and saved the old man his 
    friend will run out of a pawn shop and thank you, he'll let you know 
    he opened some lockers for you in his shop. If you've made the neutral 
    or evil moral decision then the old guys friend will just stand there 
    and he doesn't talk or open up any lockers for you.  To the left of 
    the old men is an alley with Xombium and Colt ammo so go grab it if 
    need be.  Head into the pawn shop and my favorite character will 
    appear on numerous television screens.  There are a couple of display 
    cases to smash with Colt ammo, batteries, and a Sawed off Shotgun I 
    advise you to pick up.  Walk around the counter and pick up Torques 
    Neighborhood West Map.  When Killjoy is done chatting go through the 
    door by the cash register to reach a checkpoint.
    
         Search the lockers the owner unlocked for you (that cheap 
    bastard, Xombium and Colt ammo, these are rarities to come across) and 
    head into the bathroom by the garbage can.  Go and try to open the 
    door across from the bathroom, after a few seconds it will open and 
    you'll meet some five percenter named Hejira who seems to know you.  
    This is another moral effecting character so make your decision wisely 
    as to what kind of character you would like to become.  If you pal up 
    with this guy he'll lead you to a courtyard you must get into.  Kill 
    some Slayers that pop up and to the right of the fence is a dumpster, 
    climb onto it and then pull yourself onto a roof.  Follow the roof 
    around and drop into the courtyard and open up the door on the fence 
    to let Hejira in, he may have followed you onto the roof, sometimes he 
    does, sometimes he doesn't.  If you're trying to be neutral then don't 
    open the door for Hejira, save the game before you climb onto the roof 
    if you're trying to be neutral and if Hejira follows you load the game 
    and keep trying until he doesn't follow you, if you leave a few 
    Slayers for him to kill then he probably won't follow you.  Go into 
    the building and down the stairs to a locked door and a large sewer 
    grate will be on the right.  Head towards the dead body and go through 
    the hole in the wall next to it, answer the phone in the room you 
    enter and then go through the door just past it to reach another 
    checkpoint.
    
         Follow the sewers, Hejira will lead you if you're helping him, 
    then exit the sewers and you'll see an ammuntion box with a couple of 
    Colt 1911's in it.  Continue along and some imagery will pop up on the 
    screen and the Canal st. Mission will get added to Consuela's Journal.  
    You'll have your first run in with some Gorgers which will get added 
    to Jordan's Notebook.  After you kill them all (the sawed off really 
    does a number on these cretants if you shoot their faces as they lean 
    towards you), you and Hejira will part ways and you will be credited a 
    good deed.  Shoot the lock off the fire escape ladder above you and 
    climb onto it, head down the stairs and through the door, then head 
    left for a checkpoint.
    
         Head forwards and a fire will start and you'll run into the fiery 
    foe who started it, an Arsonist, kill it and it will get added to 
    Jordan's Notebook.  These things are extremely deadly and love to set 
    your ass on fire so don't let them get close to you and dodge the 
    fireballs they launch at you.  If they do set you on fire then just 
    run around and jump up and down to put the fire out quickly, your 
    health will deplete extremely fast if you don't.  Look for a gate on 
    the right and head through it after you kill the freak that breaks 
    through it, follow the alley and you'll see Jordan talking to her 
    soldiers through a fence, they don't see you.  Climb the dumpster and 
    pull yourself up onto a roof.  On the left is a little room with 
    health and some Flash Bang Grenades.  You'll hear a phone ringing, 
    drop into the alley below, not the courtyard you were just in with the 
    Arsonists, and answer the phone.  At the other end of the alley is a 
    steel crate, pull it back so you can use it to climb up through a vent 
    above you.  Drop into the room below to reach a checkpoint.
    
         Go through the door and you'll be in a little corner store, the 
    clerks are cowering behind the bullet proof counter and want you to 
    kill some monsters for them and they'll let you behind the counter so 
    you can be safe, pussies.  Kill some creeps and then the clerks will 
    renag their word and won't let you behind the counter but they do give 
    you some bottles of dope and a sawed off.  After the little scene, 
    quickly go behind the counter and stop Copperfield from killing one of 
    the clerks to be credited another good deed, kill the clerk before 
    Copperfield does to be credited an evil deed.  Press the yellow button 
    on the counter by the cash register to open up the front door leading 
    out to the street.  Go onto the street to reach another checkpoint.
    
         There is an ammunition box across the street on the right with 
    some Molatav Cocktail's by it so go grab 'em.  Continue down the 
    street and you'll see the Grand Theater, to the left of it is a .356 
    Magnum, go pick it up and test this bad boy out on some Slayers that 
    will charge you.  Damn powerful weapon my friend, one shot will kill 
    most enemies (except on hard or impossible difficulty) but ammo for it 
    is scarce so use these rounds wisely.  After you kill all the Slayers 
    some more baddies pop up, kill them all and after you defeat the 
    Arsonists the theater doors will open, approach them for a little 
    scene and then go through the theater doors to end this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ DENIAL OF THE FITTEST ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                "The demand is too persistent. People
                want something to make them forget. To
                let them escape. To believe in. As long
                as there is a need, the war will never
                be won"
                                                    RT
    
    
         There are two sets of staris on the right, go up them for health 
    and ammo and you'll hear Dr. Killjoy talking to you in the background.  
    Climb over the counter to the right of where crates are blocking a 
    door for Torque's Neighborhood East Map.  Break through the crates 
    blocking the door, go through it and you'll see a junkie who obviously 
    lost his marbles and is in dire need of a labotomy, poor bastard.  Go 
    through either door by him to be in the main theater room and approach 
    the movie screen (to the right of it is a Shotgun I advise you pick 
    up) to trigger a cut scene you'll enjoy I'm sure and find out more of 
    the twisted game plot.  After the cut scene some cretants will appear 
    and you'll now have the insanity meter.  Kill some enemies to start 
    filling up the meter and when it's full it will begin to flash, this 
    means you can now change into the beast, do so and let the slice-n-
    dice extravaganza begin.  You can also perform a special attack while 
    you're the beast, this special attack has a couple of upgrades 
    throughout the game and the upgrades differ for good and evil 
    characters.  You can only remain the beast until the insanity meter 
    runs out and if you remain the beast and let the meter run out before 
    you willfully change back into Torque, you will take a large chunk of 
    health away so keep an eye on the insanity meter when you are the 
    beast.  If you're going for an evil character and killed everbody thus 
    far you'll already have an upgraded special attack, this attack will 
    make spikes jab out of the floor to impale all the freaks within a ten 
    foot radius.  If you're going for a good character and did all good 
    deeds thus far you already have a special insanity mode attack, this 
    attack lets you whip chains at the enemy like a Burrower whips them at 
    you.  If you're going for a neutral character then you won't receive 
    any upgrades for your special insanity mode attack FOR THE WHOLE GAME, 
    you only have one which makes you jump up and slam your fist down and 
    is quite effective.  After you kill all the enemies and watch another 
    scene you'll be at a checkpoint.
    
         Approach the movie screen and then go through the hole that 
    appears in it, to the left and right are some weapons, continue around 
    the corner and you'll see some shelves with Xombium and batteries on 
    it.  Dr. Killjoy will appear on the wall across from the shelves and 
    next to him is a cracked wall.  Kill some enemies and turn into the 
    beast so you can smash through the wall.  Exit the theater through the 
    wall to be outside and you'll reach a checkpoint.
    
         Continue along to the right and go through the door to meet 
    another moral effecting character, some useless junkie who wants you 
    to take him to his stash.  Again you can make the moral choice of your 
    choosing.  Leave through the door on the left and there will be some 
    bricks blocking your progress on the right, so climb up the ladder on 
    the left.  Follow the rooftop and walk across the plank on the right, 
    then climb down a ladder on the left only if you are helping the 
    junkie.  Down here is a crank you must turn to raise the bricks, the 
    junkie will then climb up the ladder you just climbed down and head 
    through an open window.  A lot of people get confused as to how to 
    remain a neutral character so if you're trying to be neutral let the 
    junkie live but don't raise the bricks for him, leave him where he is.  
    Either way you need to go through the open window on the rooftop so do 
    so and drop into a room.  Break through the debris on the left and 
    head through the door behind it to reach another checkpoint.
    
         Exit the building directly ahead to see some cops shooting at 
    things, watch the scene and get ready to kill a Triggerman which will 
    get added to Jordan's Notebook, head towards the two trucks blocking 
    the road and kill another one.  If you are trying to be evil then kill 
    the cops, if you are trying to be neutral then let the Triggerman kill 
    the cops, if you want to be good then save the cops.  Continue along 
    past the two trucks that were previously blocking the road to reach a 
    checkpoint.
    
         To the left is a gazeebo, go into it and watch the scene.  When 
    it's over and your heart rate returns to normal, climb the stairs by 
    the gazeebo (the junkie is still with you if you're helping him) and 
    head through the hole in the fence on the right. Drop down to see 
    Jordan through a fence straight ahead and that scumbag the Creeper 
    will appear and say some more vile stuff to you.  I told you this game 
    is twisted and if you're offended I warned your yuppie ass not to play 
    it.  Go left and down the tunnel to a door on the left blocked by 
    2x4's, break them off and go through the door to reach yet another 
    checkpoint.
    
        In the room are numerous televisions and your old twisted mental 
    torturer the good Dr. appears on them, watch this delightful little 
    scene.  He'll release some enemies for you to hack up, including a 
    couple of Slayer Captain's that you can only kill by unleashing the 
    beast.  After you kill the captain's, watch the rest of the scene and 
    a door will open up.  Head through it to pick up Miles' Bar 
    Neighborhood Map, go up the stairs for a checkpoint. 
    
        The junkie seems to be perking up if you're helping him 'cause 
    he's almost at his stash.  There is a woman and her baby is locked 
    behind a gate and she wants you to help her get to it, kill her to be 
    evil or let her be to be neutral.  You'll see a fire axe case on the 
    wall, you can take the axe out of it if you want but I advise you 
    don't for it it useless against these mutant Malefactor freaks.  To 
    the left of the axe is a door you must break through, do so and go up 
    the stairs and the junkie will finally be at his shoebox stash, how 
    cliche, and another good deed will be credited to your moral account.  
    A phone will begin ringing in a room on the right, go answer it and 
    then go into the room the junkie ran into and watch the cut scene.  
    When it's over kill the Mainliners that appear, they will get added to 
    Jordan's Notebook.  These little freaks aren't really that different 
    from the ones in the first Suffering and they're still very deadly.  
    When they die they'll bleed this yellow fluid that is smoldering on 
    the floor, don't step in it or you'll lose some health.  If you fight 
    these creeps during insanity mode and they happen to poke you with a 
    needle, you'll instantly transform back into Torque for there is some 
    quite potent dope in them syringes.  If you are going for an evil 
    character and killed everyone thus far then kill the junkie on the 
    floor and your special attack will be upgraded for insanity mode, this 
    attack makes giant exploding cockroaches (Wretches) shoot out of your 
    back like the ones that hang around those ugly Isolationists.  If you 
    didn't get this upgrade then you must have passed a few innocents you 
    didn't kill, kill a couple more innocents and you'll get this upgrade.  
    Go through the door that's closed and follow the hallway to a couple 
    of more addicts and go into the door next to them to reach a 
    checkpoint.
    
         Break through the ceiling and drop into the room below with the 
    womans baby.  A lot of Mainliners will pop up so be careful not to 
    kill the baby in the middle of the floor while trying to kill them or 
    let them kill it.  If you're going for an evil character and killed 
    the babies mother then it will not be here.  After you kill all the 
    creeps, press the yellow button by the gate so that mother can go get 
    her baby, if you're trying to be neutral then don't open the gate for 
    the mother.  If you're a good character and did all good deeds thus 
    far then your special attack for insanity mode will get upgraded, this 
    attack makes automatic rifles come out of your back on spider arms 
    like a Triggerman.  Head through the closed door past the babies crib 
    and break the crates on the left, now head through the door they were 
    blocking.  In the fridge is some Xombium if you need it, if not then 
    go through the hole in the wall here, head through the door on the 
    left to end this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                "For each person who fights an injustice,
                there are ten who build their careers on
                it. The slave hunter Copperfield knew his
                quarry well, and turned them into a handsome
                profit."
                                                         RT
    
    
         Climb down the ladder and head left, man the .50 calibur 
    machinegun and a bunch of Marksmen will pop up, splatter them all and 
    they'll get added to Jordan's Notebook, try to blow the hump off of 
    their backs as they lean over to shoot at you.  To the right you'll 
    see your buddies Miles' bar The Underground, go down the steps and 
    enter the bar for another encounter with a ghostly visage.  You'll 
    unlock a page for Miles in Carmen's Diary.  After the very interesting 
    cut scene ends, go through the door that opens up for a checkpoint.  
    
         As soon as you go through the door, turn to your left and break 
    up all the debris to reveal a locker, smash the lock off and open the 
    locker to find the Garvey Home Report.  Exit the bar through the door 
    behind you and bust through the crates on the right and follow the 
    alley out into the street and you'll see Miles on a fire escape above 
    you.  To the right is an RPG-7 in a trailer and and ammunition box, 
    head left and kill the soldiers shooting at you.  Killing soldiers 
    that are trying to kill you won't effect your moral meter at all so 
    blast away.  On the right is a ladder, shoot the lock beside it and 
    climb the ladder, jump along the fire escapes and you'll reach a 
    checkpoint.
    
         Drop off the fire escape to the left and you'll see Copperfield's 
    demon mutts prancing around.  Approach them and watch a little scene 
    and An Old Station archive page will be added to Consuela's Journal, 
    the Mauler will also get added to Jordan's Notebook.  Kill all the 
    demon dogs and look for some barrels to blow up to make a way to get 
    up to the balcony Copperfield is standing on.  Climb up there to reach 
    another checkpoint.
    
         Head forwards and then jump to a couple of fire escapes to the 
    left, then drop off into the street on the right.  If you didn't blow 
    the military vehicle up with the .50 cal on it with the RPG before, 
    then hop into the back of the vehicle and man the .50, a bunch of 
    enemies will appear for your shooting pleasure so kill 'em all.  
    Follow the street wasting soldiers everywhere and you'll see a vision 
    and Site of a Lynching will get added to Consuela's Journal and then a 
    huge worm like monstrosity will come crashing up through the street.  
    It disappears quickly so jump into the sewers below through the hole 
    it made to end yet another extremely short level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HITTING BOTTOM ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                "The city architects are duly remembered
                by history, while the true laborers are
                immortalized a different way. Many lay
                trapped beneath its streets for all time."
                                                        RT
    
    
         Climb up through the hole on the right and crouch through the 
    tunnel, drop out of it and you'll be on some stairs with a locked gate 
    to your left and a gate at the top of the stairs.  Approach the gate 
    at the top of the stairs and you'll see Miles, he can't open this gate 
    and he's going to try to open the other one for you.  After he opens 
    it for you go through it for a checkpoint.
    
         You'll see the earth moving below and around you and to your left 
    is where you turned a crank to open a gate about five levels ago.  
    Head forwards and you'll see another scene and The Tunnels will be 
    added to Consuela's Journal.  The earth starts moving again so stand 
    still and wait for a Burrower to pop up, they'll get added to Jordan's 
    Notebook, they look way different than the origional ones and are 
    about twice as large.  The best way to kill these are to stand still 
    with shotgun in hand and face the direction the ground is moving and 
    almost every time they'll pop up right in front of you for an easy 
    kill.  Watch out for the extremely deadly twirl attack they like to do 
    if they get behind you.  To your left and right are two doors, go 
    through the door on the right and break all the crates and shoot a 
    barrel, look behind the barrel for a Water and Sewer Map.  Go through 
    the other door and you'll see a generator to your left, go climb onto 
    it and then climb up to a catwalk, crouch along and follow the tunnel 
    to drop back down into the sewers to reach a checkpoint.
    
         Go straight and you'll see a switch on the right wall at the 
    other end of the tunnel, pull it to turn on some lights and you'll see 
    Miles above you through the grates.  A gate will open up near the 
    switch so go through it and head straight to reach another checkpoint.  
    It seems that every twenty steps is a checkpoint.
    
         Straight ahead of you is a room with an oxygen tank in it, ignore 
    it and go left to see a soldier, splatter his brains and you'll see a 
    door which is locked so go left and waste some more weekend warriors.  
    Shoot the glass out above you and toss some Molatav's up there to burn 
    some more soldiers alive.  Continue to a dead end and shoot the 
    soldiers through the grate ahead of you, you'll also hear a timer 
    beeping and when it stops, go through the door you just passed that 
    was previously locked.  This can be a little confusing so listen up.  
    When you go through the door, on the right will be a large manhole 
    cover with a crank on it, to the left is a locked door and a corridor 
    you must go down.  Do so and at the end in the room on the left is a 
    locked steel door to the right and a locked gate on the left with some 
    fuse boxes behind it, remember this gate.  Go through the door and 
    follow the corridor to a .50 calibur machinegun, man it and kill a 
    whole bunch of soldiers.  When they're all good and dead, you'll see a 
    locked gate with an open manhole behind it, pull the lever on the fuse 
    box next to the .50 to open up the gate I told you to remember.  Go 
    through it and pull the levers on the two fuse boxes you see to open 
    up a manhole in front of you and another to drain the water out of it.  
    Head through the closed door next to you and head staright into the 
    manhole you just opened, follow the sewer to reach a checkpoint.
    
         Proceed forwards and watch another freaky scene and keep 
    following the sewer to a ladder.  Climb it and you'll be at a locked 
    gate next to an ammunition box and Xombium, take Miles' Bar 
    Neighborhood South Map off the ground.  Climb into a ventilation shaft 
    above you on the wall and follow it, drop into a room and crawl 
    through the hole to be back outside and reach a checkpoint.
    
         Straight ahead is a locked gate and a locked door, climb over the 
    wall on the left and drop into the street below.  Proceed forwards and 
    you'll see Copperfield again.  A bunch of his mutts will appear, 
    slaughter them and look for a cracked wall you must smash through with 
    the beast.  Go through the hole in the wall and follow the alley to a 
    dead end, climb up through the hole on the right and listen to the 
    Creeper.  This guy gets worse and worse everytime you hear or see him, 
    the twisted freak.  Drop down into a tunnel and you'll see a vision of 
    the weirdo and the Legend of the Creeper will get added to Consuela's 
    Journal.  Climb through another hole on the right and head towards the 
    ladder in front of you to end this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ RELENTLESS PERSISTANT DETERMINATION ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 
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                   "Wherever there is power, there are
                   people who will do anything to aquire
                   it. All consuming determination can
                   be good, or very, very bad."
                                                     RT
    
         Climb the ladder and run through the knocked down gate, follow 
    the alley to an open window, climb through it to drop into a 
    warehouse.  You'll see large steel cages and you can hear Consuela 
    inside one of them above you and she wants you to free her.  If you 
    want to be good and free her then shoot the lock off of the cage.  If 
    you want to be neutral then leave Consuela in the cage.  Want to be a 
    totally evil sick twisted bastard?  Then let Consuela out and then 
    kill her.  Behind Consuela is a door with an M-60 behind it and I 
    advise you to pick it up.  Go through the door on the other side of 
    the room to reach a checkpoint.
    
         This place should look familiar since this is where the present 
    day game began.  To your right are the locked gates with all the 
    weapons you were drooling over at the beginning of the game, they are 
    now unlocked.  You'll have access to Tommy Guns, Shotguns, Grenades, 
    Flashbangs, Molatavs, RPG-7's, and Grenade Launchers.  Too bad we can 
    only carry two weapons at a time.  Go through the door across from the 
    Grenade Launcher and Consuela's still with if you're helping her.  In 
    the back right corner of the room you'll find Cory's Drawing in a 
    puddle of blood, you'll also notice large steel containers above you 
    radiating heat with Slayer Captain's inside of them.  Blackmore will 
    appear in a control room above you and if you're helping Consuela the 
    scene is better than it would be if she isn't with you.  After the 
    captain's get released, kill them and then the soldiers that appear on 
    the catwalk above you.  After you kill a shitload of soldiers, bust 
    through the cracked wall with the beast, grab the Xombium and go 
    through the door at the top of the stairs to reach a checkpoint.
    
         If you managed to keep Consuela alive she'll follow you. In case 
    you haven't figured this out yet if you're an evil character, you can 
    always help characters for purely selfish reasons and they'll often 
    help you kill all the foe like Consuela does, but make sure you kill 
    them before they reach their objective or you'll be credited with a 
    good deed.  You'll see a control panel on the left, go and press the 
    button to make a Mainliner appear in the room below you, wait for it 
    to open the door at the bottom of the stairs to be back at the gates 
    with all the weapons.  Reload, stock up and head back up the stairs 
    and go past where you pressed the button and look for a file cabinet, 
    open the drawer to find the Foundation Document.  Consuela will go 
    into a room, follow her in there to watch a scene.  You must shoot at 
    the Creeper to fend him off of Consuela or he will kill her.  If 
    you're an evil character and killed Consuela or a neutral kind of guy, 
    then there will be no scene to see.  When the scene is over you will 
    credited another good deed and Consuela still needs help.  Go through 
    the door across from you and head down some stairs to reach a 
    checkpoint.
    
         Go through the door and a bunch of soldiers will begin spraying 
    down some heavy led upon you.  They're all over the place.  During the 
    intense firefight a gate will open, don't walk through it yet.  Go to 
    the right of the gate that slid open and follow the dock to see a boat 
    ahead of you, go to the right and up the incline to find a locked box, 
    break the lock off for some probably well needed and earned Xombium.  
    Turn around and go onto the boat that you just passed for more dope if 
    you need it.  If not then go back through the gate that slid open.  
    Run straight ahead into a little crane and use the controls to knock 
    some crates into the water, leave the platform so it is flush with the 
    crates underneath the ones you knock over.  Exit the crane, listen to 
    Consuela who wants you to lower her a boat so she can go back to 
    Carnate Island.  She wants you to stand on the platform you knocked 
    the crates into the water with, to do so go climb the crate in front 
    of the crane and jump to the platform across from you and stand on it.  
    When you're on the other side of the harbor drop down to where the 
    forklift is and kill all the soldiers.  A helicopter will appear in 
    the sky above and you'll see a .50 cal to your left, go man it and 
    waste all the wanna be Rambo's.  When the slaughterfest is over run 
    through the gate to the right of the .50 and you'll see a military 
    vehicle, climb into the back of it for a Grenade Launcher.  Go back 
    towards the gate you just went through and to the left are stairs 
    going into a control booth, go in there and use the controls to lower 
    the boat you started the game off in.  Consuela will then jump into 
    the boat and head to Carnate and you will be credited another good 
    deed, Carnate Island will also get added to Consuela's Journal.  Poor 
    Consuela, I didn't have the heart to tell her that I blew Ernesto's 
    face off back on Carnate Island and left him to the Infernas who 
    proceeded to set his dead ass on fire.  Leave this booth and head 
    towards another gate to the right and go into the little guard shack 
    to the right of it to find another M-60.  Grab the East Baltimore 
    Streets Map and press the red button.  After you kill some more 
    soldiers Jordan will crash through the gate in a military vehicle, 
    climb into the back of it, man the .50 and watch the cut scene to end 
    this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HAVEN'T WE MET SOMEWHERE BEFORE? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                   "None of us can control our lives,
                   we are all victims of circumstances.
                   Self-determination can only get us
                   so far. We must choose from the paths
                   fate lays before us."
                                                     RT
    
    
         Take a ride and blast away at everything.  You'll come to a dead 
    end and turn around, listen to the interesting things Jordan is 
    telling you.  Ride along some more and a helicopter will appear and 
    then you'll be boxed in by buildings and enemies.  Shoot everything 
    and then you'll start moving along once again.  When the ride is over 
    you'll be at a checkpoint.
    
         Behind you are some Molatav's, Xombium, and another East 
    Baltimore Streets Map.  Go past the burning car and follow the tunnel 
    to a gate that soon opens up, go through it and a chic will be 
    shooting monsters in a corridor on the left.  Go in there and approach 
    the gate to witness the horror to be good or neutral, kill her to be 
    evil.  Head through the now open gate and continue along to emerge 
    outside.  Kill some more stuff and approach the sheet metal fence and 
    Jordan will crash through it with the truck, hop on and take a short 
    ride, watch the next cut scene to end this level.
    
    
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                   "All across America prisons dot the
                   landscape. A growth industry. Job
                   security for the jailers. And has it
                   helped? Doubtful. But could we live
                   without them?"
                                                     RT
    
    
         Follow the tunnel to watch a guard get wasted.  Continue around 
    the corner and climb through the vent, grab the Eastern Administration 
    map to your left and then drop into the room below to meet the most 
    freakish, hideous monster in the game, the Suppressor.  These things 
    are the most powerful enemy in the game but they can only see you if 
    you are in its light.  When you shoot their heads off the machineguns 
    in their torsos will go ballistic so try not to get killed by the 
    stray bullets.  This freakshow is now in Jordan's Notebook.  Continue 
    straight and go into the B.C.C. Records room on the left to see a 
    litle show.  Leave this room and go directly to the file cabinet 
    across from you and search them for some Xombium and Elroy Sr.'s 
    Annual Review.  Go through the door with the first floor maintenace 
    sign above it and climb up the ladder to reach a checkpoint.
    
         Search the lockers and go through the door, then another one on 
    the left.  Continue along to a locked gate and the inmate visitation 
    room to the left of it.  Watch the little scene through the window and 
    then the inmate visitation door will open and the Eastern Visitation 
    archive page will be added to Carmen's Diary, enter the visitation 
    room and you'll be at a checkpoint.
    
         If you're an evil sort of guy then Jordan will appear in a little 
    room and speak to you, if you're good or neutral then she won't 
    appear.  Kill all the Slayers that fill the room and you'll see a 
    little room that is on fire where Jordan was, shoot the fire 
    extinguisher through the broken window to extinguish most of the fire 
    and you'll see a Slayer Captain in there, get its attention and it'll 
    come into the visitation room for you to chop up.  After you do, go 
    grab a vending machine and pull it underneath the broken ceiling tile 
    that's closest to the ammunition box, use it to climb into the ceiling 
    and you'll see a smashed vent up here, shoot it out and drop down into 
    the room you just put the fire out in.  Exit this little room to be in 
    a corridor with a door across from you, a door to your left, and a 
    locked gate to the right.  Go through the door across form you to 
    reach a checkpoint.
    
         Grab the items out of the cabinets on the wall and go through the 
    door on the right.  Enter a room with some stairs and there's also a 
    metal detector with some Xombium and Skorpions near it.  You must wait 
    for the B.C.C. Inmate Processing door to open up to the left of the 
    stairs.  To do so, kill a bunch of enemies and after you kill the set 
    of Arsonists the door will open up so head on through to reach yet 
    another checkpoint.
    
         Head to the left and you'll run into a locked gate and a control 
    station will be on the right.  A phone will start ringing, turn around 
    and go through the door on the far left and then another one on the 
    left to be in the control room.  Answer the phone if you want and 
    press the button on the desk to open up the locked gate you were just 
    at.  Go through the now open gate and enter the showers, enter the 
    next room and you'll see three steam pipes on the wall with valves on 
    them.  You'll see a guard trapped in a little room, next to the button 
    you just pressed on the right is a cracked wall you must go smash 
    through with the beast to free him, free him to be good, let him out 
    and kill him to be evil.  Go back into the room with steam pipes and 
    walk up to them, mess around with the valves by turning them until the 
    middle valve regulator goes all the way red, stand back and the middle 
    steam pipe will blow up and it will blow a hole in the wall across 
    from it.  I'm not sure if there's a neutral moral decision for this 
    guard, if you leave him in the room then he'll die in the explosion 
    and it counts as an evil choice, if you let him out it counts as a 
    good choice so I don't know.  If you find out the neutral decision for 
    this guard please e-mail me and let me know so I can add it here.  
    What you can do is let the guard out and get credited the good deed, 
    then kill the guard to be credited an evil deed thus balancing the 
    moral scale back to neutral.  It worked for me when I played the game 
    as a neutral character. 
    
         Go through the door in front of you and then another one directly 
    ahead of you, go up the stairs to be near the wardens office, go down 
    the hallway and you'll see two doors on the right which are locked.  
    Enter a room to be on a balcony, go up the stairs and through a door 
    on the right to be in the wardens reception office.  Enter the wardens 
    office just beyond the secrataries desk and you'll meet some dorky 
    moral effecting guard whom you can help or kill.  Just past the 
    wardens desk is a bathroom, go in there and then through a vault 
    looking door, climb the ladder you see to end this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ TIPPING POINT ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                 "The inmates still speak of the riot
                 in the lunch room and the warden who
                 died there. Even with the inmates who
                 died as a result, they say Elroy's
                 death was worth it."
                                                   RT
    
    
         There is an ammunition box ahead of you and an Eastern Facility 
    Building Map, left is an M-60 and frags, if you're helping the guard 
    he will follow you around for a while, if you want to be credited 
    another good deed then you have to try and keep this guy alive which 
    can be difficult considering what you're about to run into.  If you 
    are trying to be neutral then let the guard die, which can take 
    several minutes, just sit back and let the monsters do their thing to 
    the poor bastard.  Head down the stairs and come to a halt at a fence 
    with a weight bench behind it.  A bunch of monsters will pop so kill 
    them all and then go back to the fence to reach a checkpoint.  
    
         You'll see more freaks appear on the other side of the fence, 
    you'll meet a Triggerman Captain which will come crashing through the 
    fence, kill it with the beast.  Go through the fence and enter the 
    weight yard to kill a whole bunch of enemies that appear.  After you 
    kill a couple of Suppressors, a door will open in the yard so go 
    through it to reach a checkpoint.
    
         A locked gate is in front of you so go down the corridor to the 
    right, go through the door you see on the right for some well needed 
    Xombium inside of a locker.  Continue down the corridor and go through 
    an open gate and down some stairs, continue along to a window and head 
    through the door on the left.  To your left will be a room with a 
    locked locker, go through the door on the right and search the lockers 
    ahead of you and then go through the door to left of them.  Go left 
    and through a gate, head down the stairs and enter a room with folded 
    up tables to reach a checkpoint.  
    
         Go past the folded up tables and waste a ton of foe that will 
    appear.  When the Arsonists appear and finally die, go through the 
    gate one of them burned through, go left and then down some stairs for 
    a nice little vision.  If you're helping the guard he should still be 
    with you if all the Triggermen didn't waste him.  Head to the left and 
    climb up the ladder, head up the stairs and through the door you see 
    and grab the probably well needed Xombium out of the file cabinet.  Go 
    through the door on the right to reach another checkpoint.
    
         You'll see a door to the left, a ladder and a door in front of 
    you, and a console to your right, press the button on it to make a 
    shutter open in the room below.  Go up the ladder for some more 
    Xombium and you can go through a door up here for flashbang and 
    shrapenel grenades.  Go back down the ladder and through the door to 
    the left of it and go down the stairs.  Search the lockers by the dead 
    guards and press another button on the console you see.  Go through 
    the door next to the console to be in another room with folded up 
    tables, head forwards to see a vision and Eastern Correctional 
    Lunchroom will get added to Consuela's Journal.  Kill the Suppressors 
    and then climb up through the shutter you opened up a minute ago.  Go 
    left and through the door, press the button on the console to the left 
    to open up another set of shutters and a hole will be blown through 
    the wall.  Go through the hole and head straight to reach a 
    checkpoint.
    
         Head left and go through the closed door, kill the enemies by the 
    locked gate and it'll then open up.  Head through it go into the 
    freezer to expierience some more weird things.  Exit the freezer and 
    hang a right and go through the door you see, in this little room 
    there is a valve on a pipe, turn the valve and then shut the door to 
    this room.  Flick the light switch next to the door to cause an 
    explosion in the small room blowing a door off of its hinges, go back 
    in there and head through the doorway and press the button on the 
    console, then go through the door to the right of it.  Go through the 
    open gate on the left and then through a door on the right to end this 
    level.
    
    
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                "Elroy senior was hated with good reason.
                The hideous fire beneath the machine shop
                took place on his watch. And his idea of
                inmate isolation was akin to live burial."
                                                        RT
    
    
         You'll see electrical currents in front of you that you can't go 
    through so go and crouch through the holes in the wall on the right.  
    Whack some guards if you'd like (if you're still helping that guard 
    he'll stop and chat with these guys) and then go up the stairs behind 
    them, then go through a door on the left to be on a catwalk and reach 
    a checkpoint.
    
         Cells are to your left, head down to the last one on the left to 
    see an inmate still trapped inside his cell.  If you want to bee good 
    then go back to where you entered the cell catwalk and enter the door 
    next to it, press the button on the console to free him and take the 
    East Cellblock Basement Map.  If you want to be evil then free the 
    inmate and kill him, for neutral just leave him be and watch what 
    happens to him.  Go head through the cell gate the inmate was in and 
    go through the hole in the wall to reach a checkpoint.
    
         The Creeper is creeping you out again, follow the tunnel to the 
    left and drop into the sewer, follow it to a ladder and climb it.  
    Follow the catwalk and climb into a vent shaft you'll see, crawl 
    through the shaft and break through the vent at the end to wind up 
    ontop of a fence.  A couple of inmates are below you and if you are 
    evil and killed everyone thus far, then kill these two guys to 
    activate the Cataclysm Attack, the final upgrade for the beast if 
    you're an evil character, this attack will turn you red hot so you can 
    shoot lightning bolts all over the place for utter devestation.  
    Continue along the top of the fence and drop down through it on the 
    right, walk past the cells and go through the door on the right.  If 
    you're helping the guard still you'll stop and talk with the inmates.  
    Stairs are going down ahead of you and up to the left of you, go up 
    the stairs if you need health and shotgun ammo, don't press the button 
    on the console you'll see, now head down the stairs and through the 
    door to reach a checkpoint.
    
         A shitload of enemies will commence chaos so turn the tables and 
    commence chaos upon them, when they're all dead go through the gate a 
    Marksman knocked down and if you kept the three inmates and guard 
    alive then you will be credited a good deed and you final super attack 
    for insanity mode will be upgraded to Cataclysm, this upgrade turns 
    you blue hot and you'll shoot lightning bolts all over the place.  The 
    guard and you will now part ways.  Go down the corridor and through a 
    door on the left, continue along and when you get to the bottom of the 
    stairs you'll see Miles through a window.  Listen to what he has to 
    say and he'll open up a gate next to you, go through it to see an old 
    friend and you'll be in a prison pod surrounded by cells.  Go up the 
    stairs in here to be on the pods second level and go into the control 
    room Miles is in, kill him if you're evil, do nothing to be good or 
    neutral.  After the scene go back down the stairs and head towards the 
    gate Miles opened for you and you'll fall through the floor, head 
    through the door after it opens to reach another checkpoint.
    
         You're in the solitary confinement part of the prison (Eastern 
    Baltimore Solitary Confinement Unit will get added to Consuela's 
    Journal) surrounded by cells and there is little room in the middle, 
    go in there and grab the items in the little cabinets.  Leave this 
    room and meet two very deadly creatures, Isolationists, kill them and 
    they will be in Jordan's Notebook.  Approach the gate you can see 
    through and go through it when it opens up and head left for a 
    checkpoint.
    
         Go through the door and hang a left, waste some more freaks and 
    then go down the stairs in this room with electrical currents, at the 
    bottom of the stairs shoot the fuse box to the left of the door to 
    stop the flow of electricity.  Go back up the stairs and pull yourself 
    up through the SECOND hole you see, crawl through a tunnel and drop 
    out of it, go right and a friendly soldier will appear who wants to 
    help.  Make your moral decision and go down the stairs next to him and 
    through the door, clear the room of monsters and then go through the 
    tunnel a Triggerman came out of. You'll see an Arsonist Captain walk 
    by a doorway.  Follow it and continue along to some stairs, go through 
    the door at the bottom of them.  Head left to see a vision and Eastern 
    Correctional Machine Shop will get added to Consuela's Journal.  Some 
    Arsonist Captain's will appear and if you're helping that friendly 
    soldier out he will get trapped behind a wall of fire, quickly shoot 
    the fire extinguisher next to him to put out the fire or he will burn 
    alive, if you're a neutral character then let this guy cook.  There's 
    also another guy trapped behind a wall of flames, shoot the fire 
    extinguisher near him to be credited yet another good deed.  Unleash 
    the beast and kill the captain's, when they're dead go and step into 
    the elevator that opens up to end this level.  If you kept the guard 
    alive then you'll part ways and have another good deed credited to 
    your moral account.
    
    
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                 "People want more than just protection,
                 they want revenge. They want the guilty
                 to suffer in kind. But laying the dead
                 to rest isn't that easy."
                                            Ranse Truman
    
    
         Climb out of the elevator and there's a locked gate ahead of you, 
    go left for some Xombium and an Eastern Industrial Map. I don't know 
    why in hell Surreal bothered to put maps in the game, have you even 
    looked at one yet?  It's not like you can get lost in this game and if 
    you do, then I feel sorry for you.  Go through the door across from 
    the map and pick up the ringing phone and listen to the horrors, head 
    up the stairs next to the phone and go through the door to see a 
    vision.  There is a door across from you and a door to your right, 
    press the button on the control panel to open a gate below and head 
    through the door to the left of the control panel.  Kill everything 
    and go back down the stairs and then go through the gate you just 
    opened up on the right, then crawl through the hole on the left and 
    pull yourself up into a room.  Head straight and then to the right, 
    kill capatain inferno and head through the burning gate to reach a 
    checkpoint.
    
         Head down the stairs on the right and then climb up the ladder on 
    the left.  Run along to the left and a helicopter will begin shooting 
    at you through the windows, keep running until you get to a door and 
    go through it to meet up with Jordan only if you're an evil character, 
    waste her to be even more evil and go through the door the soldiers 
    come through and then open the door on the right to end another two 
    minute level.
    
    
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                 "The power of the human heart astonishes.
                 The worst of the worst still manage to
                 procreate. Even the deeply disturbed can
                 find someone to love them."
                                                      RT
    
    
         You'll see some shit going down through the window in front of 
    you, go left and then through the door on the right.  A locked door is 
    in front of you so head down the stairs on the left, search the 
    lockers for items and another Eastern Industrial Map.  Break through 
    the debris on the left and follow the tunnel to be outside to reach a 
    checkpoint, just before the checkpoint climb up a ledge on the right 
    where that ghostly visage is and pick up the RPG-7.
    
         Watch the scene, you have to destroy the helicopter that is now 
    shooting at you and this is the only thing the RPG is good for.  To 
    your right is an ammunition crate with some Greaseguns, head forwards 
    and you'll see another ammunition box with Shotguns in it.  Go to the 
    left to see a forklift with an M-60 leaning on the wall, pick it up 
    and climb the ladder.  Kill some soldiers and fire away at the 
    helicopter until it starts on fire and then it will go away and 
    explode.  To get rid of the helicopter without taking too much damage 
    go stand in the little alcove at the top of the ladder and shoot it 
    through the small thin windows.  After the helicopter explodes and 
    you're a good or neutral character, the pilot will appear and man a 
    .50 cal machinegun, kill the pilot.  If you're an evil character then 
    the pilot will not appear.  A gate opens at the top of the ladder you 
    climbed, kill the Slayer Captain and its followers and then go through 
    the gate that opened.  Climb down the ladder just past the .50, 
    proceed straight and go into a doorway on the left.  Go up the stairs 
    on the left and you'll see a large fiery pit, crates are all around 
    the room and you'll spot a little control panel.  Press the button and 
    ride the elevator up to reach a checkpoint.
    
         There is a door in front of you and a stationary grenade 
    launcher, ammunition box with a constantly regenerating Xombium bottle 
    in it and another door on the right.  Kill the capatain that appears 
    and head through the security door it came through, press the button 
    on the console to open up the bay doors below you and you'll hear a 
    helicopter.  Exit the room and that huge monstosity you saw about ten 
    levels will rise out of the fiery pit below and it will eat the 
    helicopter.  Run up to the grenade launcher and keep shooting them 
    into the creatures mouth, it will frequently lunge at you at and knock 
    you off of the gun but keep launching grenades into its mouth until it 
    dies and you'll reach a checkpoint.  After you've successfully damaged 
    the worm bottles of Xombium will appear in the ammuntion box so keep 
    that in mind if you're near death.  This creature, The Horde, is now 
    in Jordan's Notebook.  Drop down to where the Triggermen are and kill 
    some of their captain's, then drop into the hole The Horde came out of 
    to end this level.
    
    
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                "After enough time and sufficent bloodshed,
                certain locations gain a power all their
                own. In time, there will not be any truly
                peaceful places left."
                                              Ranse Truman
    
    
       Blackmore's Drowning Pool will get added to Consuela's Journal.  
    Get out of the pool 'cause it's sucking your health away and try not 
    to step back into it during the upcoming battle. Listen to and watch 
    all the scenes and get ready to finally fight a boss.  This part is 
    really challenging if you're playing the game on hard or impossible 
    and if you are then I wish you good luck, quick save is a wonderful 
    thing in this upcoming hairy situation.  Take notice of all the 
    Xombium and weapons lying around the room, don't let all these items 
    deceive you into thinking this is going to be a walk in the park.  You 
    have to fight four or five sets of almost every enemy in Jordan's 
    Notebook and will be quite a challenge on the harder difficulties.  
    After you kill all of them a boss will come out of the little tower 
    for the fun he's missing out on.  If you're a good or neutral 
    character then you will fight Copperfield and his hounds, just run up 
    and shoot him, he'll then transport to the other side of the room so 
    run up to him and shoot him again, repeat this process until he dies.  
    If you're an evil character then you get to kill the Creeper and a 
    bunch of Slayers.  If you thought Horace was ranting some sick shit to 
    you in the first Suffering about banging his dead girlfriend, this 
    freak has him beat ten fold.  Kill the Creeper the same way you would 
    Copperfield.  Your special attack during insanity mode is a fast and 
    effective way to dispose of the bosses but I suggest that you take 
    your time while killing them so you can listen to all of the foul 
    things they say, especially the Creeper.  Why we can't fight these 
    bosses seperately at different points in the game we'll never know.  
    What a jip.  After the boss dies and you watch another revealing cut 
    scene you'll have a moral decision to make.  For evil characters go 
    and walk up to Blackmore and make sure you touch him, for neutral 
    characters just stand there and don't do anything, and for good 
    characters go step into the pool to end this level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HOME OF THE MISDEMEANOR HOMICIDE ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                  "There's a force at work here, something
                  stronger than we can imagine. It lays
                  dormant, waiting for the catalyst. All
                  should fear the day he returns to town."
                                             Ranse Truman
    
    
         You see some guy sitting on the floor, this is Ranse Truman, the 
    guy who writes these little sayings for each level, listen to the guy 
    and kill him to be evil or leave him be to be good or neutral, grab 
    the Xombium and ammo all around the room and take the East Greenmount 
    Neighborhood Map.  Go through the doorway by the fire axe and head up 
    the stairs, head down the corridor on the left and then break through 
    a cracked door on the left.  Go around the room to the right for a 
    vision and crouch through the hole in the wall on the right, grab 
    another East Greenmount Neighborhood Map and head through the doorway 
    on the left to be outside and reach a checkpoint.
    
          Look behind the car next to you for a letter, Ramblings on 
    Prisons, then run straight down the alley and take out the Arsonist 
    Captain, break through the crates on the left of the pyro and look for 
    another letter on the left, Ramblings on Devils. Head through the gate 
    just past the letter and on the left is a burning bus, approach it to 
    find another document, Ramblings on Baltimore.  Go right, man the .50 
    cal and take out all the creeps that surface, continue along the 
    street to the right and after you kill another inferno captain head 
    through the gate on the right of it.  Continue down the alley you're 
    in to reach a checkpoint.
    
         Dr. Killjoy is talking again, after you watch him on the 
    television proceed down the alley to emerge out onto another street.  
    You'll see the Garvey Children's Home on the right and someone on its 
    roof, go and try to open the main doors.  This will make some enemies 
    appear, after you kill a couple of Triggermen, Slayer and Arsonist 
    Captain's, the main doors to the Garvey Home are now open so go 
    through them for the final level.
    
    
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    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ BORN INTO THIS ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
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                 "How many tragadies start in childhood?
                 Enviornment is everything, and when 
                 placed in jeopardy, children will imagine
                 what they need to survive."
                                               Ranse Truman
    
    
         Consuela's final journal entry will now be in her book, The 
    Garvey Children's Home.  If you don't have all of Consuela's Journal 
    entries then I don't know what to tell you, I led you to all of them.  
    Head straight, then hang a left and break through the 2x4's blocking a 
    doorway on the right, enter the room for another scene.  Leave this 
    room and go down the hallway just to your left, go into the bathroom 
    on the right for a Garvey Home Map.  Leave the bathroom and go through 
    the gate on the right after it opens, climb onto the steel crate you 
    see and pull yourself up through the ceiling.  Take notice of all the 
    news paper clipings and pictures on the walls, pretty interesting.  
    There's a desk with a few bottles of dope on it, leave them be and try 
    to save them 'cause you are about to enter the arena for the final 
    showdown so you can crush 'em!  On the desk is also some Random 
    Papers, the final letter document (which is actually a picture) in the 
    game.  Approach the door to trigger a really good cut scene which 
    varies depending on your moral, after it ends you will be at a 
    checkpoint.
    
         The battle arena consists of a bunch of rooms forming a big 
    square and some stairs leading up to RPG-7's in an ammuntion box. 
    There's another little room with some sawed off's in an ammunition 
    box, and there's also another ammuntion box with Tommy's in it near 
    the middle of the arena.  There are going to be sets of Slayers, 
    Triggermen, Arsonists and their captain's chasing you around to piss 
    all over your parade so watch your ass.  You have control as to which 
    sets of enemies you want chasing you around, to do this try not to 
    kill their captain's.  For example, if you kill the Slayer Captain 
    then a bunch of Triggermen and their captain will pop up, if you kill 
    the Triggerman Captain then Arsonists and their captain will pop up, 
    kill the Arsonist Captain to make the Slayers come back out to play.  
    Decide which sets of enemy you want chasing you around during this 
    final battle, I recommend Slayers because they're the weakest of the 
    three and are quick and easy to deal with.  You'll also see The Horde 
    along one of the outer walls of the arena and I highly suggest you go 
    nowhere near it.  
    
         With that said and done and back to the primary task at hand, the 
    boss will be transporting all over the arena so try to keep track of 
    where he goes.  When you see the boss around you and he turns purple, 
    get the hell away from him because he'll shoot this purple magic at 
    you that will steal some insanity from your meter and tranform him 
    into a beast, and trust me, you don't want this to happen.  Keep 
    transforming into the beast when your insanity meter gets full and 
    attack the boss (preferably with your most powerful insanity mode 
    special attack) and if successful the boss will disappear and 
    transport elsewhere.  YOU CANNOT DAMAGE THE BOSS AT ALL AS TORQUE 
    HIMSELF so don't bother wasting rounds on him.  Keep your eyeballs 
    peeled for an Xombium bottle that will randomly appear near one of the 
    three ammunition boxes after you've successfully damaged the boss.  
    Keep repeating this process (if you're neutral then it'll take a while 
    since you don't have any upgraded insanity mode attacks) and after the 
    boss is defeated and The Horde explodes go up the stairs to watch the 
    game ending, which is different for each set of morals.  The boss is 
    now in Jordan's Notebook, which is now full.  You will also unlock the 
    Garvey's Children Home page in Carmen's Diary.  If you defeat the boss 
    with good morals then his page will also get unlocked in Carmen's 
    Diary.  If you beat the game with a neutral character then you'll 
    unlock a page The Creature in Carmen's Diary.  You'll notice this 
    diary isn't full yet, beat the game on hard and impossible to unlock 
    the last two pages with any moral. 
    
         Congrats on beating the game!  By beating it you now have the 
    ability to start a new game off with the moral character of your 
    choice, at least on the PC version, might be a different surprise for 
    the PS2 and XBox versions.  So what did you guys think of this game?  
    Not nearly as good as the first Suffering in my opinion but still a 
    decent game.  I hope you have enjoyed my guide and I was of some 
    assistance to you.  
    
         So this is probably it for Torque and company, I can't see how 
    this story can go on any further from here, but one can wish.  It was 
    a good ride while it lasted.  Thank you Surreal Software for the 
    greatest horrorfest gaming experience I ever had or probably ever 
    will.
    
    
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     8) CREDITS, E-MAIL RULES AND LEGAL THINGS
    *******************************************
    
    
    >>> CREDITS:
    
        - Midway for the ballsy move in publishing the Suffering   
        - Surreal Software for making the best damn horror game                   
          series ever!
    
    
    >>> E-MAIL RULES:
        randym1375@yahoo.com
    
       - DO NOT SOLICITE!  I don't care what your crappy little product is 
    all about or how cheap you're selling it, I don't want it!
    
       - NO CHAIN LETTERS!  I will not send them on and if I go bankrupt, 
    get a horrible disesase, an anvil drops on my head, I die, blah, blah, 
    blah, because I don't send the letter on, oh well.  I'm not a 
    superstitious fool.
    
       - NO FAN CLUB CRAP!  I don't care what your geeky little club is 
    all about, I will not join.
    
       - NO MONEY MAKING SCHEMES!  That means you EXCEL (not Microsoft 
    affiliated for all you who don't know about this scam artist company 
    Excel) and all of you other bullshit scam artists out there.
    
       - NO JUNK MAIL! If you write a crappy newsletter, send me political 
    jargon asking for money instead of my vote, ask me to join some 
    pathetic singles website, news about how Paris maxed out her 
    dramatically life changing 23 day COUNTY jail sentence (or any other 
    kind of celebrity bullshit), or just feel like sending out trash to me 
    DO NOT FEEL FREE TO DO SO!  If you do then I'll send you a virus.  How 
    does that appeal to your server?
    
       - If I don't know or trust you I will not open up any attachements 
    so don't bother to send me any.  Even though I state this it's amazing 
    all the idiots out there that still send me attachements.
    
       - I don't care what kind of language you use just don't swear 
    directly at me.  If you do well then "Fuck you too" in advance because 
    you won't be hearing from me.
    
       - If the answer is in the walkthrough you will most likely not get 
    a response from me, maybe a smart ass comment depending on the mood 
    I'm in at the time.  I have better things to do than to answer 
    questions that have clearly been answered.  Go back to the third grade 
    and take up some Reading Comprehension classes if you feel compelled 
    to e-mail me questions such as "What are the upgrades for Insanity 
    Mode?," or "How do I defeat a Slayer Captain?"  For those of you who 
    do feel compelled to e-mail such dumb ass questions I think it's time 
    you renewed your subscription to Highlights magazine.  Hooked on 
    Phonics worked for me, maybe it'll work for you too.
    
       - And as long as we're talking about e-mail I'll most likely 
    ignore, please write ledgible e-mail's without all these modern day 
    acronyms all you tennie boppers, and adults who still you are, IM and 
    text eachother with.  I'm old school and aren't hip to all their 
    meanings and don't ever plan on being.
    
       - And another thing: I KNOW THERE ARE TYPOS in this guide. I typed 
    it in word pad and if you knew anything at all then you should know 
    word pad doesn't have spell check, plus I'm only human and thus not 
    perfect.  When you type in a million plus characters you're bound to 
    make some typos.  It's amazing all these anal retentive asshole 
    yuppies out there who e-mail me and make a big deal because I didn't 
    use proper puncuation and grammer or spelled a word wrong.  Get a life 
    you pathetic morons and get back to eating your Tofu!  Maybe someday 
    I'll notice the typos and fix them, then again maybe I won't just to 
    piss you off!
    
       - NO PORN! Some low life degenerate porn companies must have gotten 
    my e-mail address from my posted guides because I literally receive 
    HUNDREDS of porn offers a week that I didn't ask for and don't want.  
    I'm getting really sick of it.  If you mother fuckers keep on sending 
    me this shit then I will hack into your server and drop the worst 
    virus known to computers into it so don't fuck with me.  Your anti-
    virus software doesn't have jack shit on me for this virus will whipe 
    out your entire operation and I know damn well you deviants don't want 
    that to happen.  If you happen to get up and running after my mega 
    virus I'll just drop in another modified one.  This process will be 
    repeated until you're reduced to giving five dollar blowjobs in an 
    alley on the side of a bar just to make ends meet.  I'm almost to the 
    point of filing a lawsuit against you scumbags for harassment so stop 
    sending me this shit.  I don't mean to sound so ignorant here but if 
    it was happening to you I'm sure you'd be just as aggrevated over this 
    matter as I am.  This is the only language these kind of pukes 
    understand.  And no, I'm not one of those anti-porn yuppies.  Everyone 
    has their breaking point and these assholes lobbed a brick through my 
    plate glass window.    
    
    
    >>> LEGAL THINGS:
    
         This document is Copyrighted by Randy Murtha, June 2007 and may 
    not be reproduced in part or in full without the written consent of the 
    author.  Nor shall this be posted on a website or printed in a magazine 
    without my consent.   All Rights Reserved.
    
         WEBMASTERS: If you want to post my guide(s) I'll most likely let 
    you but you HAVE TO ASK ME AND GET MY PERMISSION FIRST!  Don't just 
    take it upon yourself to post my guide without my consent 'cause I'll 
    sue you if you do and it will be my name as the webmaster for your 
    site.  I always check out the website you ask to post my guides on and 
    if it's a crappy amateur site then don't bother asking me to post my 
    guides on your cheeseball site 'cause you can't.  If you send me an e-
    mail asking to post my guides and I don't respond, that means no and 
    you should know that NO MEANS NO!
    
         If you have viewed this walkthrough on any other websites than the 
    ones listed near the top of this document, or have seen this 
    plagerised, please e-mail me and let me know which site you viewed this 
    on, I will highly appreciate it.  If you've seen this document 
    plagerised or on a website this isn't supposed to be on there is a 
    $CASH$ reward for informing me of who the violator is.  It's a lot of 
    hard work, headaches, time, and sore wrists to write a game guide and 
    there's nothing worse for us FAQ writers than having some dickless 
    douchebag claiming credit for our hard work and dedication to all the 
    frustrated gamers out there who read our guides with great 
    appreciation.  If you plagerise this document or post this without my 
    permission, or any other guides I wrote, then I will prosecute your 
    dickless self to the fullest extent of the law.
    
    **** Copyrighted by Randy Murtha, June 2007. All Rights Reserved *****