Trip is one of three main characters in Facade. He is 30 years old, has blond hair, and wears a green top with grey
Trip was born 30 years ago in a relatively poor family. He mentions that at one point he had to spend 6 months in a shelter, which was a relatively traumatic experience for him. This is the main cause of his obsession for material possessions.
He is in an unhappy relationship with his wife, Grace. The game revolves around the two fighting after a party with the player goes wrong. The player can either side with one and cause the other to leave, fix the marriage, or get thrown out.
Trip is friendly towards the player during the beginning of the game, and is relatively tolerant to the player's actions; for example, if the player says obscenities, he may attempt to laugh it off by saying "you're never afraid to push our buttons" or "you are not afraid to test my patience" or " you're crazy you know that".
It is implied by Grace that he is a very controlling and even manipulative person as she states that he manipulated her into marrying him.
If you are rude in any way to him, (say melon, curse words) he shall eject you from the apartment, obtaining one of six bad endings.
Constantly mentioning Maria will cause him to eject you from his apartment.
Behaving erratically (ie running around the apartment) and actively avoiding his or Grace's questions will also cause him to eject you.
- Trip is stated to be 30 years old, which means he was 20 when he married Grace.
- Trip is infamous for getting furious over seemingly trivial things, such as the word Melon.
- Grace sometimes talks about Trip going to "crappy sports bars", angering him.
- Trip could be considered an antagonist due to his ability to eject the player from the apartment, effectively ending the game.
- If you speak to him in another language, he will immediately eject you from the Apartment.
- Trip will sometimes ironically remark that he is a big fan of European culture.
- Trip's actual name is Travis, according to his mother's voicemail; he prefers to be called Trip.
- When you call him out about his plans, he'll say "What are you saying?"
- Trip dosen't like to get called a "bartender" even though he is a very big fan of drinks.