| Edgar Troutt |
Second Class Passenger
|Died|| 15 April, 1912|
RMS Titanic (sunk), Atlantic Ocean
|Residence||Sunapee, New Hampshire|
|Family||Emily Troutt (wife)|
|Aboard the Titanic|
|Destination||Sunapee, New Hampshire|
- "Do not forget God. And do not collude with the Godless! There are many on this ship."
- —Edgar Troutt
Second Mission Edit
Troutt's first meeting with Carlson explains a little of his work in Nyasaland with Emily. Here, he explains that Emily supposedly contracted intestinal parasites on the way back from Africa and died as soon as they reached Port Said. If Carlson agrees to assist with the reverend's mission, Troutt will give him a Prayer Card that can be exchanged later with Eric Burns for photographs.
A later conversation with the reverend reveals that he had conducted a hymn service in the Second Class lounge on the evening of 14 April, Titanic's first — and last — Sunday afloat. Ironically, the song chosen was 'For All Those in Peril on the Sea'.
Conversations with Troutt reveal he is rather intolerant of those who do not share his own beliefs, often representing the common views and social attitudes of the era. This included inhibitions towards the mixing of social classes, and of an anti-socialist sentiment that would have been prevalent on the Titanic. He refers to Leyland Trask's readings as blasphemies and also warns Carlson not to befriend anything which could be seen as 'Godless'.
During the sinking, Troutt refuses to leave the ship while there are women and children on board and remains consoling the doomed passengers on the Boat Deck until the very end.
However, if the player fails to get on a lifeboat before 2:00 AM, Trout will buckle and confess that he had siphoned funds from his mission in order to earn passage on the Titanic. He believes that God is now punishing him for his misdeeds and they will all meet their maker soon as he laughs manically.
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- Edgar Troutt is played by Ed Wright.