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Twisted Metal (2,012) Preacher's Cinematics And Ending
February 20, 2012
Twisted Metal (2,012) Preacher's Cinematics And Ending.
The Lord does works in mysterious ways. He giveth and He taketh away. So it was with my freedom."
Preacher is first introduced to the Twisted Metal series in Twisted Metal: Black and returns in Twisted Metal (2,012).
Disorder: Paranoid Schizophrenia with persecutory and grandiose delusions.
Preacher returns in Twisted Metal (2,012), however he doesn't have his own storyline. He appears in Mr. Grimm's middle cutscene, and again after Dollface's ending. He is playable in every game mode other than Story Mode. His gang is called The Holy Men.
In Mr. Grimm's middle cutscene, it shows that his objective is to "tear down Calypso's tower of sin", the tower of sin referring to the Calypso Industries HQ. During the cutscene after the credits, Preacher is seen being in an asylum that appears to be in another dimension (probably hell, or is among other souls Calypso has trapped, implying he died in the contest) inside Calypso Industries, screaming, "I know who you are!".
■His name, despite not necessarily being correct, is Jebediah. It is hinted on his intro movie on Twisted Metal: Black and his bio on Twisted Metal: Lost.
■Preacher is the man responsible for cursing Sweet Tooth, giving him the iconic flaming head.
■The man that Preacher stabs with a candelabra in his ending, appears to be Billy Ray Stillwell, before he is disfigured.
■Preacher's ending was originally more graphic, showing him drowning the infant he was "exorcising".
■Preacher's red glasses in the new Twisted Metal bear some similarity to the red shades of Hellsing protagonist Alucard, who ironically had a fellow vampire hunting priest whom he regarded as his rival.
■In contrast to his similarity to Alucard, Preacher's expression also resembles that of Alucard's rival Anderson when he turns superhuman.
■Most people consider Preacher as Mortimer Scharf.