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Door Traverses the Dark Place is one of the pages of the Return manuscript, and one of the Collectables found in Alan Wake 2. It is given to Saga Anderson by Tim Breaker in Come Home, where it is narrated by Alan Wake.

Transcript[]

Warlin Door walked across the rain slick tiles of Caldera Street Plaza. The rain did not seem to touch him. He sensed his steps were being observed. Documented into the story. He allowed it. This one time. For this one reason. To be passed on by his unwilling disciple. To be read at the right time.

The ocean that was the Dark Place took the shape of New York City. Drawn from the mind of Alan Wake. In part for the writer to navigate his prison. In part to torment him as he struggled to find his way out. Door was not bound by the rules as Wake was. He came and went as he pleased. For now, Door entertained the writer's fantasy. For a purpose known only to him.

At the edge of the plaza, he stopped at the door to the construction yard. A poster for his talk show hung there. Another part of Wake's fiction. He stepped through, willing it to take him to Parliament Tower Plaza.

Depiction[]

The page depicts Warlin Door using the poster for his talk show -- "In Between With Mr. Door" -- to navigate around the Dark Place. It is revealed that Door is not bound by Alan's story, and that his persona as a talk show host is a construction of the plot of Return.

Trivia[]

  • Location: The Dark Place
  • Saga will find herself in The Dark Place. Use the payphone, then look for Sheriff Tim Breaker. Speak with Tim, and he will give Saga this page.
  • Alan Wake will immediately narrate a portion of this page after it is collected:
Quote1 Warlin Door walked across the rain slick tiles of Caldera Street Plaza. He stopped at the door to the construction yard. A poster for his talk show hung there. He stepped through, willing it to take him to Parliament Tower Plaza. Quote2
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