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After the deaths of Jimmy Stone and George Rosten, and the subsequent weakening of the Valtiel Sect, Father Archbolt tried to increase the influence of his own sect within the Order. In doing so, he began doing illegal dealings such as selling marijuana, in order to increase his own sect's influence. He started a sightseeing business with his group in one of his ventures. He once opened another Wish House orphanage and later elected to city council in a city somewhere in Mexico for his contributions to the city and the people.
During a trip to Mexico, Walter Sullivan pushed Toby off of a cliff, making him the only victim in the series to be killed outside of the United States. The only item left behind is an old picture book found at the scene of the crime.
Fate of Father Archbolt
Even known about Father Archbolt, even to his fellow members of the Order and Walter Sullivan that not only he was greedy and a bit power-driven, but he also likes underaged girls which made him a pedophile and sealed his fate.
Walter killed him by pushing the Holy Mother priest off a cliff during one of his trips to Mexico.
Archbolt later return as a lost soul of his former self with a visible injury on his head (which implies he died by cranial trauma) that became one of the ghosts whom Henry Townshend encounter before facing their murderer Walter.
- Toby Archbolt is known as Victim 14 in the game.
- Toby Archbolt is also the first African American character in the Silent Hill series.
- There was a rumor that Archbolt sold marijuana to Peter Walls, another fellow victim of Walter Sullivan.