| 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."
- —The Reverend Troutt.
The Reverend conducted a hymn-sing in the Second-Class Lounge in the evening of 14 April, 1912, Titanic's first - and last - Sunday afloat, singing 'For All Those in Peril on the Sea'.
The Reverend 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.
Troutt's conservative views are perhaps purposeful to represent 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.
|The Titanic - Adventure Out of Time Wiki has a quotes page pertaining to Edgar Troutt.|
If the player fails to reach a lifeboat and remains behind on a doomed game, Trout will buckle and confess that he had siphoned funds from his mission in order to earn a passage on the Titanic, and believes that God is now punishing him for his misdeeds. His last words are that they will all meet their maker soon whilst laughing manically in a very disturbing manner.