Kingpin wrote: ↑April 29th, 2023, 1:27 pmShandor was a pale embalmed corpse with white eyes. He only reanimated when the souls got near the surface of the well. Remember he "deanimated" when it was forced back down? That's in the film.Bison256 wrote: ↑April 29th, 2023, 3:16 amHis skull was found by the Rookie in Central Park, and it's description made it clear his physical body had rotted away by 1992.
1:Shandor wasn't alive, he was a reanimated corpse full of slime. This is pretty clear in Afterlife, I don't understand why people think he was some how alive.
2: Ghost are a form of energy. Energy can't be destroyed. Shandor lost the extra power he got from the ECU and was banished back to the "ghost world" at the end of the game. In Afterlife his weakened soul came back to his prepared body when the "well of souls" reached the chamber in the mine.
Plus, I'm pretty sure what you interpret as "slime" was just meant to be some of his internal juices... If Afterlife had been rater higher than 12/PG-13, it would've had a much gorier moment than what was filmed.
As for the skull, the source Egon used to create the database was wrong. Easy, besides another collectable is a Blu-ray of the movie with a 4th wall breaking database entree. Don't take the collectables that seriously.