The founder of AEON, Egor craves respect, but the pseudoscience of his breakthroughs often leaves his "genius" unnoticed.
The founding Visionary behind the AEON Program, and tasked with protecting the time loop on Blackreef, Egor is a dedicated and somewhat obsessive scientist who creates new scientific "breakthroughs" with each reset of the loop. Egor is not very well respected by the denizens of Blackreef, with many considering him an idiot. Colt can kill him outright at his lab or lure him to a party hosted by Aleksis "The Wolf" Dorsey where he can kill the both of them. Egor possesses a slab that can turn himself invisible, allowing him to reposition or traverse areas stealthily. Keep track of him.
Role in the AEON Program
Egor was the first visionary. He discovered the anomaly after the Army of the Motherland abandoned it and sought to use it for his own gains. He was the one who got Colt Vahn out of the asylum and began researching the anomaly's power in hopes of creating a perfect loop. AEON simply wouldn't exist without Egor.
Egor yearns for a paradoxical type of legitimacy: he wants to be left alone and seen as a genius, but he also wants to be liked and invited to parties. And if neither of these things occurs... Egor becomes violent.
Related achievements and trophies
- HOW TO TAKE OUT YOUR TARGETS IN DEATHLOOP: "“Egor Serling is the original AEON founder, a self-proclaimed pseudoscientist, and someone who just can’t get no respect,” says Smith. “Egor craves a contradictory kind of legitimacy: he wants to be left alone and viewed as a preeminent genius, but he also wants to be adored and invited to parties. And when neither of those things happen… Egor turns violent.”"
- HOW TO TAKE OUT YOUR TARGETS IN DEATHLOOP: "And when Colt sabotages Egor’s experiment, Aleksis’ raucous party is just the place for him to drink his sorrows away… and line up the perfect “two birds, one stone” scenario for you. This is something you’ll have to keep in mind as you learn about each of the Visionaries. How are they connected and how can you use those connections?"