The golden edition of Stephano, the most commonly found Stephano.
|Gender||None (imaginary male)|
|Appearances||Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Amnesia: Custom Stories, Cry of Fear (Easter Egg)|
| “Hello, Pewdie.”|
— Stephano's most memorable words.
Stephano is a small statue found in Amnesia: The Dark Descent. He is famously known for being Pewdie's guide in the game and in many Amnesia custom stories.
Stephano was found by PewDie on a random shelf during Amnesia Custom Story "Abduction". PewDie chose to take him over a teapot. Not knowing what to call the small statue, he simply named it Stephano.
Stephano is a golden statue that is about a foot in height. He speaks with a thick French accent and has a valiant standpoint, usually yelling at Pewdie for being scared, missing an obvious clue, or for being distracted by barrels or trivial things. He is also very sarcastic and wisecracking.
Fans often argue as to whether Stephano is a Bad Dragon or a Fantasy Elite; he is most likely the latter, since he wears some sort of Arabic attire, with a light turban and a robe. He also carries a scimitar, a curved sword popular in the Middle East.
Of all of Pewdie's friends, Stephano is indeed the most well trusted and Pewdie will immediately take him over anyone. If enemies are lurking, Stephano will warn Pewdie "not to make noises." Often, Pewdie will accidentally bang Stephano into a wall or other object, prompting him to yell: "I TOLD YOU NOT TO MAKE NOISE!"
Due to being an interactive object, Pewdie must set Stephano down before opening doors or picking up other objects. Pewdie always makes a point of going back and attempting to find him and will do so even when being attacked by monsters, showing that Pewdie treasures his guidance and wisdom. When Pewdie has to enter a door that will initiate a loading screen, he will try to give a heartfelt farewell (if there are no enemies around) but Stephano will pressure him to leave.
Due to Stephano being in almost every Amnesia episode, many fan-made Happy Wheels levels also feature him, together with Piggeh, Mr. Chair and the Bro.
He has a brother (possibly an identical twin) named Gonzales.
Stephano is also the name given to the chicken in CAN Your Pet.
Skills and Abilities
A known veteran of many wars in his time, Stephano is an expert hand to hand combat. As well as an expert in edged weapons, he is also the main source of Pewdie's knowledge in the forbidden art of Chopnese. Stephano also has a very strategic mind and is able to assist PewDie in out-thinking enemies before they can take the both of them by surprise.
Some fans speculate that Stephano may be with the Untrusted Statues. He is a statue, after all, and exhibits some suspicious behavior. This includes lying to Pewdie about the safety of certain hallways, telling him to do things that often nearly get him killed, and in general enjoys pranking him.
In Pewdie's playthrough of "I Dream," Stephano gave him a drink to "make him all warm and fuzzy." Pewdie drank it, only to discover that it was actually a sleeping potion, and exclaimed that Stephano had drugged him. In another episode, when Pewdie moved to the next level, the door locked behind him, and he assumed that Stephano barricaded the door. Pewdie also finds him near barrels quite often as well.
Stephano has also been known to advise Pewdie not to talk to any of his other friends. In the playthrough of Black Forest Castle, Stephano tells Pewdie not to talk to Mr. Chair because "he is a traitor."
- "Ellos, Pewdie. I am Stephano."
- "I used to be a god, but then I was like, 'meh.'"
- "I am Stephano, I know everything."
- "You. Are. An idiot, Pewdie... "
- "It's Impossiblul!"
- "You will never learn the art of Chopnese."
- "Where have you been, Pewdie? I looked everywhere for you!"
- "Just don't make a noise..."
- "Ow! Pewds, I told you not to make a noise!"
- "This way Pewdie! Run!"
- "Run Pewdie! This way!"
- "Jesus Christ, Pewdie, you scream like a fricken girl."
- "Pewdie, what are you doing?"
- "Pewdie! This is no time for breakdancing!"
- "Allos Pewdie, I waited for you, where did you go?"