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"How much longer am I needed here?"
―Tatiana Gutierrez pondering her existance in the Safe Haven

Tatiana Gutierrez is a supporting character in The Evil Within, its story expansion The Consequence and again in The Evil Within 2.

Tatiana appears as a Beacon Mental Hospital nurse, and operates mostly inside the Safe Haven, which as its name implies, is an area within STEM in which its inhabitants are (near)-completely safe from any harm, be it from a monster or self-inflicted. She also covers the role of an active hint giver on occasion, usually when a new gameplay mechanic is introduced (Green Gel and the Upgrade Chair, keys, etc...). Other than that, Tatiana herself has very little interaction with Sebastian Castellanos or Juli Kidman other than providing the former with a means to save gameplay progress.

Appearance Edit

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PersonalityEdit

Tatiana speaks in an almost monotonic manner, and has a very dry, sarcastic wit that both Juli and Sebastian find insufferable on occasion. Despite her unfeeling demeanor, however, Tatiana is not malicious, and seems more than willing to help Sebastian however she can, albeit in a manner as indirect as possible.

By the time of the second game, Tatiana seems to have mellowed out considerably. However, she is more likely to crack jokes (despite her ever-so-morbid sense of humor), and even dabbles in unusual (if not outright goofy) antics such as mocking a birthday party upon Sebastian completely maxing out his stats, or starting up a highly comedic shooting gallery for him to compete in.

History Edit

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The Evil Within Edit

Nurse Tatiana is first introduced at the start of Chapter 2, as Sebastian wakes up and finds himself in a strange hospital-like building. Noticing his mental dissonance, the mysterious nurse introduces him to the Green Gel, and after stabilizing his conditions, ejects him from the Safe Haven and back into the crashed ambulance on the outskirts of Krimson City. She then remains within the zone for the remainder of the game.

Throughout the entirety of the plot, not much is ever learned about Tatiana. It is unclear who she may be, although a missing Persons poster appears in Sebastian's safe haven with her photo and description, which explains that she disappeared one night while working a late shift at the mental hospital. After finding this Tatiana disappears for the remainder of the game.

The Consequence Edit

Juli Kidman encounters the nurse in much the same way her colleague did, by waking up in a strange location with no recollection of how and when she got there. Due to the lack of Gel, keys and upgrades in the DLC, Tatiana does not interact much with Juli aside from offering short banter, laced with her signature brand of monotony and sarcasm.

At the end of the The Consequence, a woman with roughly similar appearance to Tatiana is shown interacting with The Administrator, hinting at the fact that the nurse might have been a MOBIUS agent stationed within STEM to provide safe haven for the organization's assets.

The Evil Within 2 Edit

Tatiana returns again to help get Sebastian back into shape. Sebastian questions how she could possibly be here. Tatiana asks the same question, but regardless, she admits it's nice to see a "familiar face" again. Despite being in a new location like Union, to her, nothing has really changed. Throughout the game, Sebastian can talk with Tatiana, who will have new dialogue each chapter.

Trivia Edit

  • Although she is of Hispanic descent, "Tatiana" is a Slavic name.
  • If one waits at the Title Screen when starting the game they will see Tatiana pass outside the door.
  • Tatiana was planned to sell items and upgrades to Sebastian in a role similar to that of the Merchant in Resident Evil 4, but this was later scrapped when Tango came up with the idea of the chair and Green Gel.
  • Tatiana is quite popular with staff members at Tango.
  • According to the model viewer, she was a nurse in the locked ward who became emotionally dead. However it is possible this is wrong, as a nurse who wears the same clothes and similar hair can be seen dead at the front office of beacon when in the "real world".
  • Her theme song is "Clair de lune" from Claude Debussy's Suite bergamesque. The same tune is hummed eerily by Anima in the second game.

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The Evil Within 2Edit

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Characters and Creatures of The Evil Within

Protagonists

Sebastian Castellanos • Juli Kidman • Pedro Martin

Allies

Joseph Oda • Leslie Withers? • Tatiana Gutierrez? • Marcelo Jimenez • Oscar Connelly

Victoriano Family

Ruben Victoriano? • Laura Victoriano • Ernesto Victoriano • Beatriz Victoriano

MOBIUS

The Administrator • Myra Hanson

Minor Characters

Marta Martin • Lily Castellanos? • Juanita Flores • Valerio Jimenez • Victoriano Mystery Man

Missing Persons

Fernando Carbrera? • Chris Taylor? • Patrick Higgins? • Salvador Graciano? • Ivan Diaz

Legend: Alive, Ambiguous fate?, Deceased
Character status at the end of The Evil Within, future plotline deaths notwithstanding.

Common

The Haunted • Cadaver • AlterEgo • The Babies

Special

Ruvik Doppelgangers • Shigyo • Neun • Zehn • Trauma • Heresy • Juli Doppelgangers

Bosses

The Keeper? • Laura? • Sentinel? • Sadist • The Dark Keeper • Quell • Amalgam Alpha • Shade

Legend: Active, Determinant fate?, Deceased
Creature status at the end of The Evil Within.

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