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Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth in Burial at Sea - Episode 1.

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BioShock Characters
BioShock 2 Characters
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There's Something in the Sea Characters
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Burial at Sea - Episode 1 Characters
Burial at Sea - Episode 2 Characters

BioShock Infinite's first story-driven downloadable content, Burial at Sea - Episode 1, introduces new citizens of the underwater utopia Rapture on the day of the 1958 New Year's Eve which will change its society forever. A few characters from the original BioShock also make a return while others are mentioned.

Main CharactersEdit

Major CharactersEdit

Minor CharactersEdit

Mentioned CharactersEdit

Shift Schedules in Fontaine's Department Store Edit

  • Aaron E. Jones
  • Albert N. Evans
  • Albert T. Perry
  • Alex G. Edwards
  • Anthony G. Coleman
  • Arthur S. Rodgers
  • Benjamin L Johns
  • Bruce J. Simmons
  • David A. Williams
  • Dennis K. Ross
  • Gerald R. Cooper
  • Harold P. Davis
  • Harrison T. Morgan
  • Henry O. James
  • Howard J. Russel
  • James S. Carter
  • James R. Wright
  • Jeffrey P. Adams
  • Jonathan C. Collins
  • Jonathan W. Cook
  • Joseph D. Jenkins
  • Joseph K. Stevens
  • Joseph K. Stewart
  • Julian S. Moore
  • Lawrence E. Davis
  • Louie M. Turner
  • Martin H. Gregory
  • Michael A. Griffin
  • Nicolas L. Taylor
  • Phillip T. Watson
  • Raymond D. Clark
  • Richard F. Smith
  • Robert E. Lawrence
  • Roger C. Patterson
  • Sean D. Murphy
  • Stephen R. Morris
  • Stephen P. Nelson
  • Theodore C. Butler
  • Thomas I. Alexander
  • William H. Pierce

Removed CharactersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. One of the Female Early Splicers, with the Hypochondriac persona, obsessively repeats this man's name to herself: "Ford Dundee. Ford Dundee. Ford Dundee. Ford Dundee! Good… Now he'll call…"
  2. Also scrawled in blood many times in the Dressing Rooms in Menswear. Screenshot of dressing room wall.
  3. The accident-prone son of Edith Crenshaw, mentioned in Edith Crenshaw's Audio DiaryA Little Help
  4. The wife of Bert Unger, mentioned in Bert Unger's Audio Diary: Oven of the Future
  5. A doctor who prescribed a "mother's little helper" Plasmid to Edith Crenshaw, mentioned in Edith Crenshaw's Audio Diary: A Little Help

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