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* ''Characters/{{Dishonored}}'' -- '''Corvo Attano, Emily Kaldwin, Daud, Billie Lurk, The Outsider, Anton Sokolov, Delilah Copperspoon''', '''The Heart''', Jessamine Kaldwin, Samuel Beechworth, Farley Havelock, Hiram Burrows, Lady Boyle, High Overseer Campbell, The Pendleton Brothers, Granny Rags, Slackjaw, Arnold Timsh, Thalia Timsh, Lizzie Stride, The Geezer, William Trimble.

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* ''Characters/{{Dishonored}}'' -- '''Corvo Attano, Emily Kaldwin, Daud, Billie Lurk, The Outsider, Anton Sokolov, Delilah Copperspoon''', '''The Heart''', Jessamine Kaldwin, Samuel Beechworth, Farley Havelock, Hiram Burrows, Lady Boyle, High Overseer Campbell, The Pendleton Brothers, Granny Rags, Slackjaw, Arnold Timsh, Thalia Timsh, Lizzie Lizzy Stride, The Geezer, William Trimble.



* ''Dishonored 2'' -- Duke Luca Abele, Aramis Stilton, Kirin Jindosh, Hypatia Alexandria, Mindy Blanchard, Paolo.
* ''Characters/DishonoredDeathOfTheOutsider'' -- Jeanette Lee, Ivan Jacobi, Shan Yun, Eleutherio Cienfuegos, Dolores Michaels, Lena Rosewyn, Alvaro Cardoza

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* ''Dishonored 2'' -- Duke Luca Abele, Aramis Stilton, Kirin Jindosh, Hypatia Alexandria, Alexandria Hypatia, Mindy Blanchard, Paolo.
* ''Characters/DishonoredDeathOfTheOutsider'' -- Jeanette Lee, Ivan Jacobi, Shan Yun, Eleutherio Eleuterio Cienfuegos, Dolores Michaels, Lena Rosewyn, Alvaro Cardoza



* MeanCharacterNiceActor: InUniverse. Megan, who knows him personally, doesn't know how such a decent person can do such a convincing impression of one of the worst people in Karnaca.

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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: InUniverse. Megan, Meagan, who knows him personally, doesn't know how such a decent person can do such a convincing impression of one of the worst people in Karnaca.



* RichesToRags: Self inflicted. She lived in the same district as much of the minor nobility, right near the Grand Palace, but could no longer stomach living comfortably as the miners suffered. She left her life of relative luxury, and moved to the dust district to be near the people she helped. Downplayed if you [[spoiler: alter the timeline and prevent Ariamis from going insane. Since then she is simply going from upper class living, to lower middle class living.]]

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* RichesToRags: Self inflicted. She lived in the same district as much of the minor nobility, right near the Grand Palace, but could no longer stomach living comfortably as the miners suffered. She left her life of relative luxury, and moved to the dust district to be near the people she helped. Downplayed if you [[spoiler: alter the timeline and prevent Ariamis Aramis from going insane. Since then she is simply going from upper class living, to lower middle class living.]]



* ObviousBeta: InUniverse. Most of their dialogue indicates it's "test" dialogue, and Jindosh is constantly figuring out ways to improve them overall. There are also stories of noble-owned Clockwork Soldiers that have obviously not had all the bugs worked out. A lady who bought one had the soldier cut a family of burglars to shreds, but also take out her gardener and leave her lawn covered in dismembered corpses. A message handed out to the Grand Guard also indicates there have been... "incidents"... that require specific instructions to avoid being repeated.

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* ObviousBeta: InUniverse. Most of their dialogue indicates it's "test" dialogue, and Jindosh is constantly figuring out ways to improve them overall. There are also stories of noble-owned Clockwork Soldiers that have obviously not had all the bugs worked out. A lady who bought one had the soldier cut a family of burglars to shreds, but it also take took out her gardener and leave left her lawn covered in dismembered corpses. A message handed out to the Grand Guard also indicates there have been... "incidents"... that require specific instructions to avoid being repeated.



* UnexplainedAccent: [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent With the franchise’s practiced unconcern over accents]], Paulo sticks out as the only character with a region appropriate Latin American accent.

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* UnexplainedAccent: [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent With the franchise’s practiced unconcern over accents]], Paulo Paolo sticks out as the only character with a region appropriate Latin American accent.


* IncompatibleOrientation: The Outsider mentions that had she married the man her parents tried to marry her to, she would have been miserable and eventually would have killed herself. It may not have been the only reason, but it'd definetly wouldn't have helped.

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* IncompatibleOrientation: The Outsider mentions that had she married the man her parents tried to marry her to, she would have been miserable and eventually would have killed herself. It may not have been the only reason, but it'd it definetly wouldn't have helped.


* FriendlyNeighborhoodGangster: He and the Howlers have this reputation at least in their territory of the Batista Mining District. Emily and Corvo are dismayed at this until Billie explains to them that they are basically the only real alternative to the corrupt Grand Guard, the fanatic Overseers, and the Witches.



* NeighborhoodFriendlyGangster: He and the Howlers have this reputation at least in their territory of the Batista Mining District. Emily and Corvo are dismayed at this until Billie explains to them that they are basically the only real alternative to the corrupt Grand Guard, the fanatic Overseers, and the Witches.


* {{Expy}}: Of the [[ThiefIITheMetalAge Children Of The Builder from Thief 2]]. Both are mechanical soldiers created to protect the elite, and are voiced by their own megalomaniac creators.

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* {{Expy}}: Of the [[ThiefIITheMetalAge [[VideoGame/ThiefIITheMetalAge Children Of The Builder from Thief 2]]. Both are mechanical soldiers created to protect the elite, and are voiced by their own megalomaniac creators.


Creations of Jindosh, these clockwork automatons have up to four arms each ending in blades. Wooden plates of armor protect their circuitry. They are equipped with sensors that lets them see in front and behind them.

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Creations of Jindosh, these clockwork automatons have up to either two or four arms each arms, all ending in blades. Wooden plates of armor protect their circuitry. They are equipped with sensors that lets them see in front and behind them.



* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Four arms, each ending in swords.

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* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Four Whilst some have two arms, others have four arms - and either way, each ending ends in swords.a sword.



* ParryingBullets: Despite being ClockPunk mecha, the Clockwork Soldiers are quite capable of moving fast enough to deflect incoming crossbow bolts and ''bullets'' with their blades.



** Decapitated Clockworks can also identify Witches as having a criminal profile, suggesting they use several methods to classify their targets.



* SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Brick. All they do is search, identify and attack. Remove their heads and they can't even do the first two.

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* SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Brick. All they do is search, identify identify, and attack. Remove their heads and they can't even do the first two.


* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:She's killed off in the opening chapter before we can learn anything about her. Most of the [[[[AllThereInTheManual information about her]] is in ''[[Literature/DishonoredTheCorrodedMan The Corroded Man]]''.]]

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* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:She's killed off in the opening chapter before we can learn anything about her. Most of the [[[[AllThereInTheManual [[AllThereInTheManual information about her]] is in ''[[Literature/DishonoredTheCorrodedMan The Corroded Man]]''.]]


Emily Kaldwin's lover. An ambiguously gendered noble who left the Dunwall before the coup. They are first mentioned in the ''Corroded Man'' novel.

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Emily Kaldwin's lover. An ambiguously gendered noble who left the Dunwall before the coup. They are first mentioned in the ''Corroded Man'' novel.novel ''[[Literature/DishonoredTheCorrodedMan The Corroded Man]]''.



* GenderNeutralWriting: How they are referred, exception of a typo made in the Corroded Man, where Wyman was accidentally referred to as a 'he'.

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* GenderNeutralWriting: How they are referred, exception of a typo made in the ''The Corroded Man, Man'', where Wyman was accidentally referred to as a 'he'.



* AllThereInTheManual: His name and most of the information regarding him (such as him being staunchly loyal to Emily) come from the Developer Commentary and ''The Corroded Man''.

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* AllThereInTheManual: His name and most of the information regarding him (such as him being staunchly loyal to Emily) come from the Developer Commentary and ''The ''[[Literature/DishonoredTheCorrodedMan The Corroded Man''.Man]]''.



* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:She's killed off in the opening chapter before we can learn anything about her. Most of the information about her is in ''[[AllThereInTheManual The Corroded Man]]''.]]

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* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:She's killed off in the opening chapter before we can learn anything about her. Most of the [[[[AllThereInTheManual information about her her]] is in ''[[AllThereInTheManual ''[[Literature/DishonoredTheCorrodedMan The Corroded Man]]''.]]


* IHaveNoMouthAndIMustScream: [[spoiler:If you lobotomize him, one of the first things he does afterward is beg for you to kill him. He has the occasional moment of clarity, both in the chair and in later recordings, where he knows what's happened to him.]]


* LonelyRichKid: The Heart confirms that deep down Duke Luca Abele is deeply lonely, and sad at his life as a rich kid, and that this was the reason he gravitated to Delilah.



* JekyllAndHyde: [[spoiler:The good, kindly Doctor Hypatia, and the violent, cannibalistic Crown Killer. The Heart specifically notes that Grim Alex does what she does because she knows Doctor Hypatia would be horrified, and that the darkness in Hypatia was always present and the serum simply "awoke" it]].

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* JekyllAndHyde: [[spoiler:The good, kindly Doctor Hypatia, and the violent, cannibalistic Crown Killer. The Heart specifically notes that Grim Alex does what she does because she knows Doctor Hypatia would be horrified, grows from the repression and sense of spite, that Hypatia's compassionate nature generally holds back, and that it's an outlet for the darkness in Hypatia was always present and the serum simply "awoke" it]].hedonistic excess that her commitment to work has kept under control]].



* {{Expy}}: You hunt him down in a vast complex of his own design patrolled only by MechaMooks, with dictaphones scattered around with arrogant taunting messages addressed directly to you -- very much like the final confrontation with Father Karras in ''Videogame/ThiefIITheMetalAge''.

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* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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You hunt him down in a vast complex of his own design patrolled only by MechaMooks, with dictaphones scattered around with arrogant taunting messages addressed directly to you -- very much like the final confrontation with Father Karras in ''Videogame/ThiefIITheMetalAge''.



** As the creator/inventor of a labyrinthine house, he's a darker take on Dedalus.





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* NeighborhoodFriendlyGangster: He and the Howlers have this reputation at least in their territory of the Batista Mining District. Emily and Corvo are dismayed at this until Billie explains to them that they are basically the only real alternative to the corrupt Grand Guard, the fanatic Overseers, and the Witches.

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* IncompatibleOrientation: The Outsider mentions that had she married the man her parents tried to marry her to, she would have been miserable and eventually would have killed herself. It may not have been the only reason, but it'd definetly wouldn't have helped.

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* EvilSoundsDeep: Duke Luca Abele's voice is very gruff and deep sounding.

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* IHaveNoMouthAndIMustScream: [[spoiler:If you lobotomize him, one of the first things he does afterward is beg for you to kill him. He has the occasional moment of clarity, both in the chair and in later recordings, where he knows what's happened to him.]]

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* AxCrazy: Her "Grim Alex" persona is a violent psychotic that spends her time smashing things up or gruesomely murdering people.


* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: The Lord Regent from the first game was completely obsessed with order and disguised his tyranny with propaganda about serving the greater good. The Duke is a hedonist who barely tries to pretend that his tyranny has any purpose beyond lining his pockets and enabling the BigBad's schemes.

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* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: The Lord Regent from the first game was completely obsessed with order and disguised tries to justify his tyranny with propaganda about serving the greater good. The Duke is a hedonist who barely tries to pretend that his tyranny has any purpose beyond lining his pockets and enabling the BigBad's schemes.


* BadBoss: Allegedly, Jindosh is a cruel employer, dismissing of the basic needs of his staff. Exploring his mansion reveals dozens of condescending little signs to make sure they cater to all his whims. "No wooden shoes! Spare my nerves!" If you kill his guards he'll simply note that they are easier to replace than his clockwork soldiers.

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* BadBoss: Allegedly, Jindosh is a cruel employer, dismissing of the basic needs of his staff. Exploring his mansion reveals dozens of condescending little signs to make sure they cater to all his whims. "No wooden shoes! Spare my nerves!" If you kill his guards guards, he'll simply note that they are easier to replace than his clockwork soldiers.

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