Viola (The Witch's House)
Viola (????, Viora) is one of the main characters in The Witch's House, and the protagonist. She befriends Ellen, a young girl who was also the witch of the.the streaming
She befriended Ellen, a young girl, but who was also the witch of the house got her powers from a demon. She tricks Viola into switching bodies, since Ellen was weak and sick, but with the promise of "just for a day. Viola unfortunately dies in Ellen's body, shot by her own father, thinking its some monster - in the true ending of the game. Viola appears in the game in Ellen's body where she tries to trap Ellen in the house with Ellen's own power which Ellen's body still possesses. Ellen in Viola's body was able to escape the house in all the official endings, leading to the true Viola's death. Viola has long golden hair that is tied into multiple braids, with short bangs that just fall below her brows.
Viola has long golden hair that is tied into multiple braids, with short bangs that just fall below her brows. Her eyes are shown to be large and green, and her dress according to the sprite and several fanart of the game is shown to be a simple sleeveless white dress with a blue and red trim. Viola is in the forest, unable to get out because of some roses blocking her path. She happens upon a huge mansion and goes inside. She meets a black cat outside before she goes in, which serves as a save point. She collects the "Witch's Diary"s along her journey, which give hints to the storyline. Some even aimed at Viola herself.
Ellen (???, Eren) is one of the main characters of the The Witch's House and .
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This page details all the possible endings for The Witch's House , and how you can get each one. Depending on your actions after the final savepoint in the game, there are two different endings you can get - a normal ending and a true ending. There is also a "secret" ending you can obtain, which is called the "pseudo-third ending" by Fummy, the creator of the game. In the 1. Upon reaching the Witch's Room, Viola finds that the black cat who has helped her on her journey has been reduced to a corpse. Viola reads the final diary entry in the Witch's Room, which reveals the terrifying truth that the witch desires to switch bodies with Viola in order to obtain a healthy body and obtain love. At that moment, a legless girl , who is assumed to be Ellen, crashes through the window and attempts to catch Viola in order to obtain Viola's body.
Viola unfortunately dies in Ellen's body, shot by her own father, thinking it is a monster in the Normal Ending of the game. Viola is essentially described as Ellen's polar opposite: a kind and trusting innocent girl who is loved by everyone. Having lost her mother at a young age, Viola takes care of the housework, such as cooking meals and tidying up the living space, on a daily basis while her father goes hunting in the woods for food. Those same caring and motherly qualities are also often seen during her frequent visits to the Witch's House, where she would sit at a terminally ill Ellen's bedside to talk to her and reassure her that there are people in the world who love her Viola included in spite of her illness. Ironically, Viola herself begrudgingly admits feeling innately disgusted by Ellen's sickly appearance, staying true to her human nature. Viola appears to have a stubborn side, often expressing anger and embarrassment towards her father's over-protectiveness. She also seems fairly naive and gullible, believing Ellen's lies when she told her that the adults in the village were hiding her in the forest because they are afraid of her sickly self.
Viola's father is a tall, muscular middle-aged man with spiky light brown hair and brown eyes., Originally from the slums of a medieval time, Ellen was born with a curse which took the form of an incurable, terminal illness which caused her to be shunned by society. After an incident involving burying a black cat and subsequently failing to keep her family together, Ellen killed her mother for apparently abandoning her as well as her father for ignoring her to the bitter end, orphaning herself and inadvertently burning her own house in the process.
The game was first released in October , for Windows and Mac. The comic book series is four issues long and available for purchase on Amazon. The game is a survival horror game in which the main goal is to solve all puzzles correctly and escape the witch's house. It contains a creepy atmosphere, complex riddles and jump scares. This game is played from bird's-eye view using ornate bit graphics, and controlled via keyboard. A black, talking cat can be met at various places in the house, serving as a save point, as well as something of a companion. Throughout the vast majority of the game, the cat is the only source of conversation, usually talking in a casual, nonchalant manner.
Viola's dad (?????? Vuiora no chichi) is a non-playable character in The.
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