Peter Stamatin

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Peter Stamatin
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Name
Peter Stamatin
Faction
Utopians
Location
Peter Stamatin's Loft, The Skinners
Family
Andrey Stamatin (twin brother)
Grace (adopted daughter)
Voice Actor
Artur Ivanov (Russian)
Erik Hansen (English)

Peter Stamatin (Пётр Стаматин) is an architect from the Capital and the designer of the Polyhedron. He is the younger twin brother of Andrey Stamatin.

Description

A genius architect in a state of artistic depression, he feels (and occasionally sees) things he cannot express in words, much to his own annoyance. At times, he seems to lose interest in what he’s talking about before finishing his sentence, as if he’s given up all hope of being understood.

Not to be turned into a drunken clown under any circumstances! This is a tragic character who must elicit sympathy and compassion.

From the game's design documents

Peter Stamatin is a calmer man than his twin brother, Andrey Stamatin. He is precise, careful and pedantic in his work. He is tormented by his genius mind, able to see creations that he cannot fully articulate. His home - a Loft in the Skinners - serves as a reflection of his soul, cluttered and covered in paint, and revealing traces of sleepless nights. Peter Stamatin is a heavy drinker and prefers the local beverage Twyrine.

Background

Alongside his brother Andrey Stamatin Peter was a renowned architect from the Capital. They worked as a team, with Peter as the meticulous curator of their ideas. Approximately five years prior to the beginning of Pathologic 2 both he and his brother were brought to The Town by the Kains and tasked with building a genius structure: the Polyhedron. Peter Stamatin grew attached to the building, treating it as though it as though the structure was alive, calling it "she".

While working as an architect in The Town Peter worked with Farkhad who later died, and who Peter is suspected of killing.

Plot

Haruspex Route

My path was called "The Calligrapher". They wouldn't let me forget what I'd done. But they couldn't kill me. That means this... is just the beginning.

On the day following the death of Isidor Burakh Peter Stamatin is seen outside of Isidor Burakh's House, having come to pay his respects alongside Anna Angel. Later, following the beginning of the Sand Plague epidemic Peter asks the Haruspex to pay a visit to Anna Angel, who he is worried is panicking because she is mysophobic.

When the Inquisitor arrives in the Town Peter can be seen waiting outside of the Cathedral with his brother, awaiting interrogation.

Should Dora Feugel take Grace from the Cemetery to rehouse her in The Town, she will be placed under Peter's care. He will comment that she reminds him of his own project and ability to create life, and wishes to take care of her. He is uncertain how to properly do so, but shows a remarkable determination to learn. If at this point Peter is deceased, his spirit will communicate with her, and tell her to give a key to Andrey for him.

In the Diurnal Ending Peter can be found in the Broken Heart, drinking with his brother, the Bachelor, and Yulia Lyuricheva.

In the Nocturnal Ending Peter flees the Town with many of the Utopians and Humbles.

The Marble Nest

Peter Stamatin perished prior to the events of The Marble Nest.

Spoken Dialogue

→ See Peter Stamatin/Spoken Dialogue#Pathologic_2


Gallery

Official Art

Animation Video


Peter Stamatin
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Name
Peter Stamatin
Faction
Utopians
Age
29
Location
Peter Stamatin's Studio
Family
Andrey Stamatin (twin brother)
Miscellaneous
Color
Black
Body Part
Fingers
Animal
Monitor Lizard
Map ID
house_petr

Peter Stamatin (Пётр Стаматин) is an architect from the Capital and the designer of the Polyhedron. He is the younger twin brother of Andrey Stamatin.

Description

A seemingly "otherworldly" man. He is an alcoholic and drinks twyrine incessantly. He is prone to hallucinations and paranoia. Much calmer than his brother, speaking in a "calm, even voice," and much less confident in practical matters. He is more passionate about creation and works with greater precision therein, yet is unable to translate his ideas into real projects without the help of his brother.

Peter is very dependent on his brother, leaving all decision-making to Andrey. However, Peter occasionally shows a certain level of disdain towards his brother, the origin of which is unknown.

Peter's home is a studio, which is littered with blueprints, sketches and plans, lecture notes from exams, and piles of books in five different languages.

Background

Well-known architects from the Capital, both Stamatin brothers have designed famous buildings across the country. Peter and his brother were brought to the town by Nina Kaina ten years prior to the events of the game and have lived there since. Together, they created the Polyhedron among other constructions. Peter is responsible for the various Stairways to Heaven scattered around the town, which served as prototypes for the creation of the tower.

Peter was accused of the murder of a fellow architect, but somewhat unconvincingly denies any involvement in his death. Although he has received no penalty due to his mental state, Alexander Saburov is convinced he is guilty and takes any chance to hold him responsible for the crime. However this death came about, the brothers created a grave and monument for the architect together, posthumously called Farhad in an inscription praising him, signed "from inconsolable colleagues, P. et A. Gemini."

Though Peter may have been involved in some of Andrey's work, he is known to have worked on the following projects:

Portrait Quotes

While it's common consensus that both of them are brilliant, you don't need to be the brightest tool in the shed to see that Peter is the real genius. Such people are only born once a century. Not that I deny Andrey has talent... But Peter has drowned his gift in twyrine long ago, and it's become glaringly obvious that Andrey is nothing without him. Now Andrey believes that it is his duty to protect Peter and serve as a middleman between the harsh reality and the drunkard brother.
Anna Angel's take on him
Both of them are rabid villains. Bonus points to Peter for also being a murderer. No matter what his creative achievements are, I would have ended him long ago, were he not almost completely deranged. Wild, cruel, disruptive; four hundred years ago this type of artists were more than satisfied with using a knife for a brush and blood for paint. This is the kind of people that believe that creativity absolves any sin.
Alexander Saburov's take on him

Spoken Dialogue

→ See Peter Stamatin/Spoken Dialogue

Screenshots

Official Art

Notes

  • In the original English translation of the game, his name was written as "Petr Stamatin."