In Angels of Death, Isaac Foster, generally known as “Zack,” is one of the establishment’s primary characters. He wears a hoodie, red jeans and has his face and the greater part of his body covered with white wraps. It’s his unique criminal gaze directly out of a hit blood and gore flick. His appearance is something very similar in the game and the anime, however what might be said about his character and the decisions he makes?
6. Zack Thinks He Is Respectable
Zack doesn’t give us a ton of understanding into his opinion about himself in the anime rendition of Angels of Death. At the point when Zack saves Rachel from Doctor Danny, Zack takes a gander at Rachel on the surgical table and says, “I’m a developed man. I don’t care for cutting up dolls.”
In any case, in the game, he offers greater interiority. He says, “I’m a decent male grown-up, so I’m not into destroying aloof dolls.” It’s somewhat unexpected that Zack believes he’s good, yet in setting, it implies that Zack is attempting to disclose to us that even he has ethics. We know this since he will not slaughter just anybody. For Zack, it must be the correct individual, in the correct path at the ideal time.
5. Zack Is In His 20s
It’s difficult to figure anime characters’ ages or how tall they truly are. In the Angels of Death anime, Zack is altogether taller than Rachel and is by all accounts at any rate in his late adolescents. He alludes to himself as a “developed grown-up,” however we never become familiar with his definite age in the show.
In the game, Zack appears to be considerably more juvenile. Be that as it may, the game likewise uncovers reality with regards to Zack’s age. At the point when Rachel analyzes the cemetery and its encompassing rooms, she runs over a heap of “resumes” that offer insights concerning Zack’s experience. The papers express that Zack’s “assessed age” is in his 20s. This comes as somewhat of a stun considering Rachel should be 13.
4. Zack Was “Potentially Trafficked” As A Child
Zack abhors his folks, and not without valid justification. The anime shows us flashbacks to his horrible youth, where he was actually mishandled and lit ablaze. He was taken to a halfway house, where he was constrained into kid work and seriously abused.
In the game, we learn more insights regarding what befell Zack at this shelter. Clearly, he was “perhaps dealt,” which infers that a greater number of things may have happened to Zack than fanatics of the anime figure it out. It’s likewise uncovered that he needed to “scrounge for scraps” to get food. Goodness, that sounds a ton more awful than your average halfway house!
3. Zack Is Illiterate
In the anime, Rachel is the cerebrums and Zack is the sturdiness. Rachel tries tackling the questions while Zack goes around crushing everything with his sickle. Zack’s solidarity is his solidarity. However, Rachel is an incredible female anime character whose strength is her brain. So when Zack orders Rachel to peruse things in the anime, it simply appears as though Zack is attempting to be bossy.
In the event that watchers watch the Japanese-language rendition, it could seem like Zack knows Japanese however not English since all the discourse is Japanese, but rather the entirety of the in-scene composing is English. Be that as it may, there’s really a greater motivation behind why recites nothing so anyone can hear in the show.
Considering Zack was manhandled during youth, it is anything but an unexpected that he comes up short on a proper schooling. In the game, Zack concedes he can’t peruse the headstones. He additionally extends his own instabilities about being unskilled onto Rachel, blaming her for being ignorant (which clearly isn’t correct). Given his conspicuous jokes, unmistakably if Zack could peruse, he would. Our characters need to peruse things all through the story, yet Zack never peruses a thing. Since he’s awkward uncovering his past, he’s hesitant to concede he’s unskilled.
2. Zack Has OCD Symptoms
For Zack, crushing things with his sickle is an action that causes him to feel more in charge of his wrecked life. In the anime, it seems like Zack simply has outrage issues. However, in the game, Zack discloses he needed to annihilate Rachel’s tombstone since he’d obliterated the wide range of various ones and is “OCD like that.” While he’s downplaying an inauspicious circumstance (and a psychological maladjustment), there’s some fact behind the thing he’s adage.
In the anime, Zack doesn’t give Rachel a justification annihilating her tombstone—watchers are left to accept that this is on the grounds that he doesn’t need Rachel to pass on right now. In any case, in the game, unmistakably Zack thinks he has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) manifestations. His undiscovered OCD is likely important for his arrangement of methods for dealing with stress for dealing with the recollections of his horrendous past.
The Mayo Clinic characterizes OCD as “an example of undesirable considerations and fears (fixations) that lead to dull practices (compulsions)…to attempt to ease pressure.” This sounds like what drives Zack to obliterate every one of the tombstones, including Rachel’s. For Zack, headstones trigger musings of his past injury, and his conduct appears to be out of his control.
1 Zack Has A Deeper Connection To Rachel
All through the anime, Zack puts on a poker face toward Rachel. He attempts to conceal any sentiments he has for her until the end, and surprisingly then it appears as though he’s attempting to be solid and not show his feelings. In the game, he thinks Rachel acts “like a robot” from the outset. Be that as it may, before the end, Rachel and Zack are in a real sense completing each other’s sentences. Rachel even calls Zack out for being so “dedicated” to her. Their relationship is useless, however Zack shows Rachel the amount he wants to think about it, beseeching her to not bite the dust on him in the game.