Crypt Zombie is a generic Undead foe who originates from the crypts of Notre Dame Cathedral. He has no particularly distinguishing, but his mouth is constantly agape. He uses the same character model as Crispin, albeit with a different skin colour and texture.
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|Unlock||Arcade League > Amateur League > Beginners' Series > Casualty with Gold or better|
|Gallery||The mortal remains of the cathedral monks had been at rest for generations in the catacombs of Notre Dame, but the evil magic of Jacque de la Morte has raised their mummified corpses as flesh-eating zombies, ready to carry out his every demand.|
|File:TSFP Crypt Zombie Small.gif|| Crypt Zombie
|Gallery||Corpses had rested for centuries in the crypts of the great Venetian churches, until the evil magic of Jacque de la Morte raised them as flesh-eating zombies, ready to carry out his every demand. You can't really fault him for sticking with a winning plan...|
|Gesture||Crypt Zombie starts off lying lifelessly on the floor. He then stands up grunting from the effort.|
|Speed||Stamina||Shock Proof||Fire Proof|
In TimeSplitters Future Perfect, Crypt Zombie along with most of the characters set around the Notre Dame Cathedral, now with a twist to their story. The story in TimeSplitters Future Perfect claims that the Crypt Zombie was a zombie raised by Jacque de la Morte in various Venetian churches. As Crypt Zombie is simply a generic zombie, both could be true. However, Maidens gallery suggests that she and the rest of the characters are two years into the future. This could be referencing the bridge years between the releases of TimeSplitters 2 and TimeSplitters Future Perfect, but there were three years in between the games. The zombies could not exist two years into the future due to Jacque de la Morte dying in Notre Dame. It could be set in the past, however it is more than likely it is not a canon storyline.
- Main article: Notre Dame (Story)
The necromancer, Jacque de la Morte, revived the dead at Notre Dame Cathedral, raising the dead monks resting there to do as Jacque wished.