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|Location(s)||Moresby, St. Christopher's Church|
|Quest||Matter of Justice|
|Experience Points||1,500 XP|
|Reward||Pride Gun Mod|
|Dead Island Survivors|
- For the Bungalow resort victim, see Tim (victim).
Tim is a Dead Island survivor who evacuated to Moresby's St. Christopher's Church after hearing the messages being broadcasted throughout the city. He wants the hero to find a file at the Police Station about the murder of his wife in the quests Matter of Justice and Judgment Day.
 Matter of Justice
Tim's wife was raped and murdered by a man named Esau but due to the outbreak, justice was never properly served. Tim would like the hero to venture to the Police Station to retrieve the file on the case to find more information about his wife's killer, stating that he does not deserve to be alive and breathing, hinting that he may seek revenge.
 Judgment Day
After receiving information and location of the killer, Tim asks the hero one last favor - to retrieve a gun from his next-door neighbor's house in Queenscliffe so he can carry out revenge on Esau. He knows the gun is there because he found his neighbor's half-eaten body in the hallway before he could escape from the zombies that broke into his house. Once the hero gives Tim the gun, he will thank the hero, stating that it is judgment day and all sinners must pay.
 Survivor Dialogue
- Dialogue of the survivor in the game files. Often portions of this text has changed or is not used in the final version of the game.
Good. Yes. This is it. And I just need one more favor.
So you believe in justice. Good.
If you're near the police station, please. This man will rape and kill again if someone doesn't stop him.
I need something from the police station. It's a small yellow file and you'll find it on a detective's desk. They were investigating the rape and murder of my wife and some asshole named Esau is the prime suspect. But they didn't have enough evidence, so they couldn't bring him. No one would testify against him. They were too afraid.
I need to know what he looks like and where he lives, because he does not deserve to breathe the same air as decent people do. Will you help me?
Will you help me? Please?
That's it. Thank you. It's judgement day. Time for all the sinners to pay.
My next door neighbor had a gun and I'm sure it's still there. I know he didn't take it because I saw his half-eaten body in the hallway. Obviously he ran out without taking it.
Please, I need a gun if I'm going to find any justice.
One small thing.
I need a gun to take from him what he took from my wife. His life.
I'll give you… everything I have for it. I need to make this right. Are you with me?
Can you get it for me?