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The Coalition believes in the importance of informing the public about the benefits of ze price stabilité. Transparency is one of our principles. Would you like an informational pamphlet?
Charles Villedrouin, or the Sunday Friend, is a minor character in Disco Elysium.
An official with the Coalition Government, employed by the Institute of Price Stabilitié, on assignment from Sur-la-Clef. It's unclear if the Institute even exists; his affiliation with the Moralintern, proclivity for slumming and taking on impoverished students as lovers, and tendency to steer conversation towards topics broadly related to dissidents, runaways, and other threats to the Moralintern's supremacy indicate he's employed in a far more sinister capacity.
That doesn't stop him from gushing over the importance of maintaining price stability and keeping inflation at around the 2% mark - typically as a way to pass for a bureaucrat and stonewall any investigators.
- Found through the Smoker on the Balcony, Charles gives one of the more complete accounts of the lynching in Whirling's back yard. If you've learned that Klaasje is on the run from Oranjese authorities, you can also reveal her presence to him. He also provides a fair amount of background information on the world of Elysium.
- With The Final Cut, he becomes an integral part of the vision quest for Moralist Harry: Take on la Responsibilité.
Behind the scenes
Charles the Sunday Friend is voiced by Jean-Pascal Heynemand in The Final Cut. He was voiced by Tariq Khan in the original version of the game.