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Description Early concept art for the Little Sister, as a chipmunk and an early version of a protector. By: Phil Noto
Game BioShock
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Location Concept art, not found in-game (seen in BioShock: Breaking the Mold)
Topic Concept art
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Copyright This image was taken from the BioShock video game series or from websites created and owned by 2K Games, the copyright of which is held by Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. All trademarks and registered trademarks present in the image are proprietary to Take-Two Interactive and its subsidiaries.

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current17:00, January 3, 2017Thumbnail for version as of 17:00, January 3, 2017578 × 720 (204 KB)Shacob (Talk | contribs)
16:11, October 18, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 16:11, October 18, 2009456 × 300 (26 KB)Toukashi (Talk | contribs)An updated version of the "Little Sister" from BioShock: Breaking the Mold.
16:08, October 18, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 16:08, October 18, 2009949 × 542 (82 KB)Toukashi (Talk | contribs)Detailed artwork from BioShock: Breaking the Mold on how the "Little Sister" was aimed to be.