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Subject Delta, the protagonist of BioShock 2.

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Rapture was a city that attracted the world's best and the brightest, or at least people who had come under the spell of Andrew Ryan's economic and social philosophy. There was a vast assortment of people who came to Rapture: from artists to scientists, from engineers to athletes. After the society dissolved into civil war various citizens struggled to survive and rebuild their lives in the aftermath. Below is a list of known citizens of Rapture who appeared in, or were mentioned in, BioShock 2.

Main charactersEdit

Minerva's DenEdit

Main article: Minerva's Den (DLC)

Major CharactersEdit

Minerva's DenEdit

Minor CharactersEdit

Minerva's DenEdit

Mentioned CharactersEdit

Minerva's Den Edit

Removed CharactersEdit

Minerva's DenEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Mentioned in the help note for Nico Time cigarettes
  2. proprietor of Tate Wineries; mentioned in the help note for Tate Merlot.
  3. 3.0 3.1 A doctor who worked at Fontaine Clinics, mentioned on a name sign in the clinic.
  4. vo_babyjane_ground Baby Jane Splicer: "Shh, shh, shh. Mr. Kowalski, shh. I'll see, shh."
  5. A teacher mentioned in an audio diary by Nina Carnegie.
  6. Evelyn Klein's secretary, mentioned by her in her audio diary Vacuum Bot Problems.
  7. Charles Milton Porter's father, mentioned on the wedding invitation.
  8. Pearl Porter's father, mentioned on the wedding invitation.
  9. Maurice's replacement, mentioned in Klein Memo 6, by Evelyn Klein.
  10. Would have been mentioned in the removed audio diaries: A New Patient? & Threats.
  11. Would have been mentioned in the removed audio diary: Eleanor's Father.
  12. An employee in charge of recording announcements, mentioned in Klein Memo 1, by Evelyn Klein.
  13. An employee fired for an interdepartmental affair, mentioned in Klein Memo 3, by Evelyn Klein.
  14. An employee in charge of overseeing repair and upkeep, mentioned in Klein Memo 4, by Evelyn Klein.

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