Species Human
Size Normal
Native Timezone 1895
Related Characters Changeling (Changeling interpretation)
Games TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters Future Perfect

Maiden appearing in Timesplitters Future Perfect.


Maiden in Timesplitters 2.

The voluptuous Maiden appears in TimeSplitters 2 as a human sacrifice to the TimeSplitters by Jacque de la Morte in the Notre Dame Cathedral. One of the primary objectives of the Notre Dame Story mission is to save several of the captive Maidens; they are sometimes imitated by Changelings. The Maidens have long blonde hair with a laurel headpiece and tattered white dresses, as well as a manacle on the right ankle.


TimeSplitters 2Edit

TS2 Maiden Small Maiden

Star 1
Unlock Arcade League > Elite League > Frantic Series > Can't Please Everyone with Silver or better
Gallery So innocent and so pure, the Maiden is the perfect sacrifice...
Accuracy Agility Stamina
5/20 6/20 12/20

Apart from the Notre Dame mission, Maiden only appears in Can't Please Everyone and the Hospital Bot Set.

TimeSplitters Future PerfectEdit

TSFP Maiden Small Maiden Star 1
Unlock Default
Gallery Two years have gone by and she's still innocent and pure--I've no idea how she manages it.
Gesture Brings arms up slightly moving them left and right while raising and dropping shoulders and says "Voulez-vous coucher avec mort?" Do you want to sleep with death?
Speed Stamina Shock Proof Fire Proof
5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8

Maiden returns in TimeSplitters Future Perfect along with most of the cast from Notre Dame Cathedral appearing in Vamping in Venice. She also appears in various other places throughout the game.


1895, Notre Dame CathedralEdit


An imprisoned maiden in Notre Dame's depths.

Main article: Notre Dame (Story)

Jacque de la Morte, a master of the dark arts, offered Maidens as human sacrifices to the Angels of Time. He kept them in the catacombs beneath the Cathedral where he could summon his Undead cult to defeat intruders trying to save them.

Trivia Edit

  • Maiden's TimeSplitters Future Perfect gesture translates to "Do you want to sleep with death?", and is a pun on the more usual phrase "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi?", meaning "Do you want to sleep with me?"