Story and fateEdit
O'Hagan was a seaman and therefore took part in many tasks concerning the running of the ship. At the execution of Hok-Seng Lau, he was part of the firing line carrying out the execution but missed the condemned man.
He joined Second Mate Edward Nichols when he stole the chest, kidnapped two Formosan passengers, and abandoned the ship. When the mermaids attacked the boats, he was the second victim when one of them threw a spear, piercing him through the throat. Nichols disposed of his body before returning to the ship.
The East India Company insurance assessment of the Obra Dinn incident found O'Hagan guilty of attempted mutiny and theft of cargo. His estate was fined £50.
O'Hagan first appears to the player in Murder, part 3, although his chronological first appearance is in A Bitter Cold, part 1. He is also depicted in the Justice at Sea sketch.
- Loose Cargo, part 1
- Loose Cargo, part 2
- A Bitter Cold, part 1
- Murder, part 2
- Murder, part 3
- The Calling, part 1
- The Calling, part 2
- His body remains in the boat until The Calling, part 5 and can be interacted with in The Calling, part 3 (and part 4 if not accessed for the first time).
- The Justice at Sea sketch