The Deerhaunter
Species Deer/Mutant
Size Large
Native Timezone 1994
Related Characters Deer Turret
Games TimeSplitters Future Perfect

Deerhaunter in Timesplitters Future Perfect.


Deerhaunter in Timesplitters Future Perfect.

The Deerhaunter appears in TimeSplitters Future Perfect as a playable character. The character resembles a large deer standing on its hind legs. The Deerhaunter has been stripped of its skin. Its large antlers, hooked arms and hooves make it a formidable opponent. The Deerhaunter appears in the Story mode level Mansion Of Madness as the first boss, originally a deer head mounted on a wall. It seems the illicit experiments at the mansion have caused it to grow a partially-formed body and eventually become animate.

Appearances Edit

TimeSplitters Future PerfectEdit

TSFP Deerhaunter Small Deerhaunter

Star 5
Unlock Default
Gallery Go on, just try tying this guy onto the roof-rack of your sports utility vehicle.
Gesture Leans back and throws his arms upwards, then stands crouched and says "The moose is loose!"
Speed Stamina Shock Proof Fire Proof
5/8 5/8 5/8 2/8

The Deerhaunter makes its sole appearance in TimeSplitters Future Perfect. It appears as the first boss character in Mansion of Madness, fighting Cortez and Jo-Beth Casey in the mansion's dining room. Outside of Story mode, it appears in a single Arcade League match, as well as a couple of bot sets.

Glitch Edit

Main article: Mansion Of Madness Glitches#Boss Glitch

There is a glitch in the fight against The Deerhaunter to make the boss easier; just go into the hole in the wall he came from and he can't hurt you.

Trivia Edit

  • Deerhaunter is a reference to the 1978 film called The Deer Hunter.
  • Its facial appearance strongly resembles the 'possessed' deer mount in a scene in 1987's 'Evil Dead 2', when Ash seems to temporarily lose his sanity.
  • It may also be a reference to the original TimeSplitters Story mission Mansion (Itself the basis for Mansion of Madness ) which had deer heads acting as autoturrets.
  • The phrase "Moose is loose" is used by Jo-Beth Casey and the Deerhaunter, although Deerhaunter does not appear to be a moose.
  • He reuses Bear's sound clips, which are all just generic Bear sound effects, used in many different forms of media.
  • The playable Deerhaunter is actually a different character with different stats rather than simply a scaled down version of his story mode counterpart. It is possible to play as the story mode Deerhaunter by using Cheat Engine and an emulator.
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The normally unplayable story mode Deerhaunter in character select.

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