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Elizabeth as the protagonist of Burial at Sea - Episode 2.

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BioShock Infinite's second and last story-driven downloadable content, Burial at Sea - Episode 2, introduces new characters among the people who previously worked at Fontaine's Department Store and those who were imprisoned there after its closure by the Rapture Central Council. The story also takes a detour through Fink Manufacturing's Factory in Columbia and its Research Labs as they are taken over by the Vox Populi rebels.

Main CharactersEdit

Major CharactersEdit

Minor CharactersEdit

Mentioned CharactersEdit

Shift Schedules in Fontaine's Department StoreEdit

  • 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


  1. A woman mentioned by the Frosty Splicer, to which he laments about the state of Rapture.
  2. A name listed on a blackboard in the Handyman Operating Suite in Columbia.
  3. Seen on the poster for "Gender-Bender".
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 A student at Ryan the Lion Preparatory Academy and the real name of one of the winners of Irrational Games' second sweepstakes.
  5. A successful salesman envied by The Salesman Splicer persona who used to be a salesman. "What's your secret, Donny? Why are you always number one, and I'm always pulling up the bottom?"
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 A name listed on a blackboard in the Handyman Operating Suite in Columbia.
  7. Female Early Splicers, the Hypochondriac persona: "Ford Dundee. Ford Dundee. Ford Dundee. Ford Dundee! Good… Now he'll call…"
  8. The son of Edith Crenshaw mentioned by the female Splicers based on her persona.
  9. The ex-girlfriend of The Ex-Boyfriend Splicer persona.
  10. An individual mentioned by a Splicer picking a lock inside Ryan the Lion Preparatory Academy.
  11. 11.0 11.1 A follower of Fontaine ordered to distribute food to the unfortunate prisoners at Fontaine's, mentioned in C'est La Vie by Johnny Demarco.
  12. 12.0 12.1 A student at Ryan the Lion Preparatory Academy and labeled as the Maker/Taker of the week.
  13. A teacher at Ryan the Lion Preparatory Academy.
  14. Mentioned in the Voxophone Childish Fears, by Edmund Munford.

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