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What happened to Harlow in Dead Island?

Dying, Harlow mutters out a stark prophecy and warning, saying to the heroes, “You are the angel of Death”. She then finally breaths her last breath as zombies pour into the lab, causing the heroes to run. It is assumed that Harlow’s body is then eaten by the zombies.

How do you beat Harlow in Dead Island Riptide?

The most obvious one is to use firearm (rifle or sniper rifle) and attack her from a distance. Alternative option is to throw grenades and explosives to room with Harlow inside. Whatever you choose, remember to hide behind covers and picking up ammo and supplies regularly.

Who is the main antagonist in Dead Island?

Kevin Barrister, also known as Charon, is the overarching antagonist in the Dead Island franchise.

Can you beat Harlow without the mutagen?

Harlow? At the final boss fight against Harlow, can you beat her without taking the mutagen and is there a different ending? Nope once she takes the mutagen you are FORCED to take it otherwise she can not be killed, once her health is to a certain point it just stays there until you take the mutagen aswell.

How do you get to the boat after killing Harlow?

With Harlow gone, the only thing you have left to do is find the boat. Exit the lab via a side door around halfway down the lab. Follow the corridor to a set of stairs up and kill the zombies on the way. You can see through a window that there’s a boat raised in the air.

Who is Charon in Dead Island?

Kevin “Charon” Barrister is a survivor featured in Dead Island. He is located inside the Prison, and was part of a group of survivors led by Titus Kabui….Kevin “Charon” Barrister.

Vital statistics
Game(s) Dead Island: Riptide
Nationality American
Family Chase Barrister (father)
Location Prison

Is kuru a zombie disease?

Kúru itself means “trembling”. It is also known as the “laughing sickness” due to the pathologic bursts of laughter which are a symptom of the disease. It is now widely accepted that kuru was transmitted among members of the Fore tribe of Papua New Guinea via funerary cannibalism….Kuru (disease)

Deaths Approximately 2,700