Sanjana, the Collective Visionary.

Red Embrace: Paradisus

a smirking vampire holding blackjack cards on a neon background, with a roulette wheel and poker chips



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character portrait for Sanjana

If you feel it burn, your time has come

House: Golgotha
Height: 5'4
Likes: Trading card games, singing, Legos, rivers, calculus, mandalas, mahjong
Dislikes: Tragedies, politics, airplanes, pop music, Rubix cubes


Rebellious down to the last fiber in her body, Sanjana is a true punk who refuses to follow any rules but her own. With zero filter, she tends to bluntly say whatever’s on her mind, which doesn’t go off so well with some folks.

She’s an extremely talented hacker and programmer, like her best friend Kiefer. Her Golgotha visions help her see instant connections in code and mathematics…almost too many.

Sanjana leads NetiZen with her companions, though some say her impulsive rashness puts their faction at risk. Little do they know the true, unimaginable fruits of her efforts.


Stay tuned for more character introductions in the following weeks! There is much still to uncover about the strange occurrences of 1999…

Questions or Comments?

Feel free to send in questions about RE:P and any AG/GAG games (or dev-related questions)! Our Ask Box is always open.

Answering Asks!

Hello! Since Lazarus has received quite a lot of positive attention and thus many fans, myself included, I was wondering whether there would be any chance for Lazarus to appear in future games? Perhaps just with a cameo appearance, or a potential love interest?

A: Sadly, it’s unlikely Laz will make a future on-screen appearance (at least canonically), although his name certainly may come up (perhaps even in RE:P).

Hey author, wonder if you can share a list on the literary works that inspire you to make RE:H, thank you!

A: Nietzsche’s Also Sprach Zarathustra and The Gay Science contributed a great deal to RE:H’s story (and Markus’ character in particular). Manson in His Own Words is a chilling (if not dubiously authentic) biography of the infamous cult leader, which played a role in depicting some of the cult/cult leader mentality in RE:H. Anton LaVey’s The Devil’s Notebook and the Satanic Bible also popped up during the dev process, and even though his philosophy is not condoned, some of it definitely bled into the harshness of RE:H’s world.

Movies played quite a large role in RE:H’s inspiration as well, particularly Lost Boys, The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976), Fight Club, The Holy Mountain, Lost Highway, and True Romance.