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Salim Hannachi was the husband of Tasi Trianon, whom she is initially looking for at the start of Amnesia: Rebirth. They married August 1933.[1]

History[]

He suffered a severe wound around his abdomen from the crash of the Cassandra and was briefly treated in the caves not far from the crash. The Doctor emphasized that needed to hold still with the extent of the stitches he required.

With these dire circumstances Tasi and the rest of the crew left behind the injured in the caves, hoping to find help beyond the desert.

Events of Amnesia: Rebirth[]

Upon returning to the caves at the beginning of the game, Tasi finds Salim gone. From the letters he left behind, she surmises that after the Tasi and her group left for help, Lukas, one of the injured crewmen had succumbed to his injuries.[citation needed] It is implied that his wife Eva commits suicide soon after, grief stricken at the loss of her husband.[citation needed] Salim, now alone, attempted to leave the cave. He also cited a strange presence in the cave that disturbed him greatly, driving him forward to find a way out.[citation needed]

With these dire circumstances Tasi and the rest of the crew left behind the injured in the caves, hoping to find help beyond the desert.His body is found by Tasi in a cave formation along with the oil lamp. Based on the distance from the fortress and no apparent wounds, he most likely succumbed to his injury sustained during the crash of the Cassandra.

Personality[]

It is implied that he is an anxious person, who was skittish and fearful of the turbulence of the Cassandra flight. Tasi and Salim loved each other deeply. A note on a photograph of their wedding day writes "Love transcends law",[1] as back in the 1930's a mixed-race relationship would be heavily frowned upon.

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