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I always feel like I have to overcompensate. For what, I have no clue. I'm only here to become a photographer, not president.
~ Victoria to Max in Episode 4: Dark Room

Victoria Maribeth "Vic" Chase is a major antagonist in the 2015 episodic point-and-click game, Life is Strange, being the most popular female student at Blackwell Academy in Arcadia Bay, and a minor supporting antagonist in the prequel Life is Strange: Before the Storm.

Story

Chrysalis

She is first seen during Mark Jefferson's class, mocking and taunting Kate Marsh and later Max Caulfield. After rewinding time and answering Jefferson's question correctly, she gets angry with her due to her obvious arrogant personality. Minutes later, she is seen blocking the way to the girls dorm, and again taunting Max, she takes a photo of Max and threatens to upload the photo in the internet, what happens to Vic after the conversation is up to the player's choice. She is last seen outside the academy, destroying Rachel Amber's missing posters.

Out of Time

She is first seen in the bathroom writting the weblink to Kate Marsh's porn video along with her best friend Taylor, despite acting friendly towards Vic during the first episode (player's choice), she still mocks Max due to her paparazzi-like behavior. Hours later, she is seen in Mr. Jefferson's class with her loyal ally Nathan Prescott. After speaking about Kate's porn video gone viral, Jefferson gets angry with her and Taylor, saying that they don't know how she feels. She makes a minor and final appearance during the episode's climax, filming Kate Marsh's death or suicide attempt depending on the player's choice.

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