History Characters / Bioshock2

11th Mar '17 1:09:22 PM Turrican
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* SoleSurvivor: Alongside Jack, Sigma is the only Bioshock Protagonist to survive his game AND to get a happy ending. Delta, Booker, [[spoiler:Comstock]], and Elizabeth all end up dying.

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* SoleSurvivor: Alongside Jack, [[spoiler:Jack,]] Sigma is the only Bioshock Protagonist to survive his game AND to get a happy ending. Delta, [[spoiler:Delta, Booker, [[spoiler:Comstock]], Comstock]], and Elizabeth [[spoiler:Elizabeth]] all end up dying.
4th Mar '17 3:22:20 PM rjd1922
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* TheAtoner:In the Neutral ending, even though she feels she has become a monster, she wonders if she can find redemption like Delta has by choosing to give up his life.

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* TheAtoner:In TheAtoner: In the Neutral ending, even though she feels she has become a monster, she wonders if she can find redemption like Delta has by choosing to give up his life.
25th Jan '17 4:32:16 PM krimzonflygon2
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: She's quick to scoff at Delta should he choose to spare Grace Holloway, decrying the action as a 'feeble ruse' meant to gain her trust. The idea that a human could have genuine selflessness in their nature seems so absurd to her that it's not even worth considering.



* HumansAreBastards: As much as she claims to love everybody without bias, there's really no denying that her opinion of human nature overall is about as low as it gets, to the point that greed is etched into humanity's very genes (though scientifically speaking she's not exactly wrong) and the idea that someone, anyone could possess inherent selflessness is absurd to her.



* MamaBear: An odd non-emotional example. She sees Eleanor as her property.

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* MamaBear: An odd non-emotional example. She sees Eleanor as her property.property, and will do anything to protect her so long as she serves as the key to Lamb's utopia. The instant Eleanor breaks free of her control, Lamb aims to kill her without a moment's hesitation.



* VillainHasAPoint: Depending on how you play. Murdering your way through Rapture ''does'' justify her calling you a tyrannical monster.

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* VillainHasAPoint: Depending on how you play. Murdering the three karmic individuals on your way journey through Rapture ''does'' justify her calling you a tyrannical monster.
12th Jan '17 9:59:42 AM Universalist
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12th Jan '17 9:28:01 AM Universalist
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[[folder:Augustus Sinclair / Subject Omega]]

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[[folder:Augustus Sinclair / [[spoiler: Subject Omega]]Omega]]]]
24th Dec '16 11:25:03 AM Sar-Chasm
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* BloodKnight: fairly low-key of you saved the little sisters, if you harvest them though, she actively enjoys rampaging through the splicers.

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* BloodKnight: fairly Fairly low-key of if you saved the little sisters, but if you harvest them though, harvested them, she actively enjoys rampaging through the splicers.
17th Dec '16 7:34:09 PM ASTOL01
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** To some extent to Subject Delta as well. She acts out of a perverse desire to force collectivism on others and sees free will as an obstacle to utopia. Delta, in the good ending, saves the little sisters, kills no more than necessary, and serves the collective good because he ''chooses'' to do so, acting only out of love for Eleanor.


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** Were she less busy trying to murder Subject Delta, she might realize that he perfectly resembles her idea of the "utopian" - working tirelessly, regardless of free will, and willing to die for the sake of another.


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* VillainHasAPoint: Depending on how you play. Murdering your way through Rapture ''does'' justify her calling you a tyrannical monster.
** [[VideoGameCaringPotential Alternatively,]] if you choose to save the little sisters and turn the other cheek to Grace, Stanley, and Gil, you defy her point about TheEvilsOfFreeWill by showing that choosing to do good will have a better effect on the world than forcing collectivism upon it.
17th Dec '16 7:19:12 PM ASTOL01
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* EnlightenedSelfInterest: Primarily concerned with first getting his own ass out of Rapture, and second selling off what pieces of its advanced technology he can scavenge to the richest world powers. That said, he realizes that the best way to get what he wants is to help you get what ''you'' want, so he's on your side.
4th Nov '16 8:14:11 AM X12
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* SoleSurvivor: Alongside Jack, Sigma is the only Bioshock Protagonist to survive his game AND to get a happy ending. Delta, Booker, [[spoiler:Comstock]] and Elizabeth all end up dying.

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* SoleSurvivor: Alongside Jack, Sigma is the only Bioshock Protagonist to survive his game AND to get a happy ending. Delta, Booker, [[spoiler:Comstock]] [[spoiler:Comstock]], and Elizabeth all end up dying.
4th Nov '16 8:12:41 AM X12
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* SoleSurvivor: Alongside Jack, Sigma is the only Bioshock Protagonist to survive his game AND to get a happy ending. Booker, Delta, and Elizabeth all end up dying.

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* SoleSurvivor: Alongside Jack, Sigma is the only Bioshock Protagonist to survive his game AND to get a happy ending. Delta, Booker, Delta, [[spoiler:Comstock]] and Elizabeth all end up dying.
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