Detective Tapp will be here soon. Do as I say and place the means for him to continue within the right body.
— Jigsaw instructs his victim[src]

Arney Faulkner is a fictional character from the Saw franchise as well as a minor character in Saw: The Video Game.


Boys' Choir

In his early life, Arney Faulkner was a member of the Happy Thoughts Quartet, a boys' choir, along with Edward Timpe, Francis Pickons, and Jim Aumen. Together, they performed their music in the theater of the Whitehurst Insane Asylum. Their final performance was in November at some point towards the end of the 20th century. (Saw: The Video Game)

David Tapp's Trial

Years later, Arney died of an unknown cause. After his demise, John Kramer, better known as the Jigsaw Killer, forced one of his victims to cut open Arney's body and hide a bunch of razor wire as well as a key in his stomach, before sewing him up again. His corpse later became a part of a deadly game that Jigsaw had prepared for Detective David Tapp at the abandoned Whitehurst Asylum. Early on his way through the hospital, Tapp entered an operational room, where he found the corpse of Arney, as well as the naked bodies of Tom Robinson, Marvin Johnson, and Jim Aumen, who were still alive. All four of them were covered with a surgical drape. By using X-rays of their bodies and comparing them with the tags attached to their toes, Tapp had to find out which one of the bodies contained the key, which he needed to progress. Eventually, he identified Arney's body as the right one and cut open his stomach. After receiving the key, Tapp continued his way and left the four bodies behind. (Saw: The Video Game)

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