|Arrived in Rapture||c. 2009|
|Affiliation||Rapture Central Computing|
|Combat Type||Machine Gun (Thompson)
Puppets' MasterSweet Madness
|Appears in||Minerva's Den|
Welcome to Pauolo's Den.
About me Edit
Before the fall of Rapture, Paul worked for Rapture Central Computing as an engineer assigned to the regulation of the Thinker's database, literally checking its memory all day along. When Mr. Porter began to "feed" his creation with recordings of his deceased wife, Paul was asked to help him in archiving each recording in the supercomputer. As Rapture fell in the Civil War and Porter was incarcerated, he was kicked out of Minerva's Den by Wahl for being too close to Porter.
With nothing to do, except avoiding the street fights, he started to collect every audio diary and records he could find, hoping it would help him to tell the tragic story of this city after the end of the war, and also because he always loved good music.
In 1960, he tried to escape via a contraband submarine hidden in Port Neptune, but discovered it was destroyed before his arrival. Learning Ryan's death over the PM from Dr. Lamb, he tried another escape, but resigned when he saw a bathysphere shot down by torpedoes. He then decided to stay a bit longer in Rapture in order to achieve his quest of recordings and waited for the events to change in his favor.
In 1968, he was still alive, hiding in the devastated Mercury Suites. He finally found an opportunity to regain the surface with a fishing submarine when Sofia Lamb's reign over Rapture ended (and so her control over the torpedo launchers around the city). He then made contact with the other survivors who made it to the surface, in order to decide if they should reveal Rapture to the world or simply hide and avoid another tragedy.
To be continued.
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Favorite quotes from others and myself Edit
- "Sometimes, when I walk in my office, I feel like I'm walking on some ancient civilization's ruins. Not because of the mess that rules over the place, but because it certainly looks like the remains of the civilized man I once was."
- ―John Blacksad
- "Sure you hear it in Rapture. One of the business types asked me, "Why don't you splice white? Get ahead!" Well, that's some idiocy! I told him, "First of all I AM ahead. Second, in Rapture it's your WORK that's supposed to matter, not your skin!" Too bad for some folks you can't splice in common sense."
- ―Charles Milton Porter