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Emily was a character who guest appeared in the Paris Games Week 2017 trailer for The Last of Us Part II.[1] She was voiced and motion captured by Emily Swallow.[2]


Background and early life

Nothing is known about Emily's background or early life except that she was a survivor of the Cordyceps Brain Infection outbreak.

Events of The Last of Us Part II

At some point after the outbreak, Emily joined the Seraphites.

PGW 2017 trailer

Emily had her two henchmen drag an unnamed woman into the woods, where three hanged and gutted men hanged above them. Emily tied another noose around the woman's neck and hanged her, but instead of letting her die from rope strangulation, Emily put a bucket under her so she could breathe. Emily explained that the three men were executed because they were nested with sin and prepares to gut the woman with her knife, but was halted when another prisoner named Yara arrives. Emily had her henchmen make Yara kneel as she was asked where the other Apostate, Lev, was, but instead of answering, Yara spat in Emily's face. In retaliation Emily had her henchmen hold Yara down and beat her left arm with a hammer. As soon as one of the henchmen took the hammer for a turn, Lev shot him twice with a bow and arrow from the woods. Yara used the confusion to take the hammer and bash the other henchman in the neck. With Emily distracted by both Lev's and Yara's attacks, the unnamed women used the opportunity to try to strangle Emily with her legs, with Yara landing the killing blow by bashing her in the head.


  • Emily and her group are implied to be religious extremists, because she planned to kill all three of the survivors because they were "nested with sin".
    • Furthermore, Emily has a Glasgow smile on her cheek, typically done as a way of joining certain religious cults.



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