55 Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs that You Haven't Known Already

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October 3, 2013 | 0 comments
55 Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs that You Haven't Known AlreadyAs one of the best games in 2013, if not the best, there are so many people across the world that are so curious about Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs and the whole story behind this game, from the existence of Comstock, Robert and Rosalind Lutece, Elizabeth, Booker Dewitt and Columbia itself.

That’s why in this Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs, i’m really excited to share to you the whole thing about this game, not just the ones you already know and see in the game, but also the other interesting facts behind the scene of Bioshock Infinite that are never being told and shown to the fans of this game.

Okay then, without further ado, here i want to share to you my own version of 55 Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs that i just gather from many sources, including from the gameplay itself. Enjoy!!

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #1. Who is Comstock?

Okay, the first fact that i want to share to you in these Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs is about Comstock. Well, well, well.

Zachary Hale Comstock is actually Booker Dewitt himself if he decides to ACCEPT the baptism (Oops spoiler alert! If you haven't played or finished this game, you better shut your eyes if you don't want to see the rest of this article).

This concept can be a bit confusing. But in the simpler words, the moment when Booker Dewitt is STILL deciding whether he wants to accept the baptism or reject the baptism is the moment when the Booker's reality is divided into 2 different realities.

The first reality is or let’s say, we call it as “TIMELINE A”, Booker decides to ACCEPT the baptism, thus changing his name to Comstock and helping Rosalind Lutece fund her projects and technology inventions to build the floating city of Columbia, time and reality travel machine and many other technologies.

And then, here comes the second reality or “TIMELINE B”, where in this reality, Booker decides to NOT accept the baptism and continue his life as Booker Dewitt himself.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #2. Why Comstock is sterile?

The story behind the floating city of Columbia is that, this city is built thanks to the technology found by Rosalind Lutece, known as the theory of “quantum of levitation”, plus with the help of Comstock who manages to convince New York government to fund Rosalind’s projects.

Therefore, both Comstock and Rosalind manage to build that floating city and it makes Comstock become the leader and prophet for the people in Columbia.

However, having used many of Rosalind’s technology inventions, including the technology to travel through times and realities, apparently makes Comstock become sterile, whereas when he was Booker Dewitt, he was NOT sterile and had a daughter named Anne Dewitt.

So that’s the reason why Comstock is sterile and can have child anymore with Lady Comstock.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #3. Who is Booker Dewitt?

Okay, next Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs that i want to include in this post is about the hero character in this game, and that is no other but Booker Dewitt.

Booker Dewitt is the one and only playable character in Bioshock Infinite.

In this game, he is narrated as a person who feels really guilty and full of regrets because the time when he was a soldier and involved in Wounded Knee Battle, he committed so many brutal and savage actions during the war, like skinning enemies’ heads and then burning them.

After finishing his tenure in 7th Cavalry Regiment of US Army, he then continue his job as an agent in Pinkerton National Detective Agency.

In that agency, there’s nothing changes about his old behavior as he still brings some of his brutal actions when he is in duty as an agent.

So the dismissal of his job as Pinkerton agent is inevitable for him.

After quitting his agent job, this is the moment when his despair starts piling up as he begins to destruct his life by gambling, drinking alcohol and collecting debts as a result of his gambling habits.

Having been offered to wipe off all of his debts by a man named Robert Lutece, he reluctantly accepts to sell her only daughter, Anne Dewitt, to Robert, which is under the order of Comstock.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #4. Who is Who is Elizabeth?

Unlike other normal girls in Columbia, Elizabeth possesses a magic or special power called “tear” that allows her to open the gate of time and reality. That's why i want to put her in these Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs.

Anyway, with her power to open the “tear”, Elizabeth is capable to travel through infinite times and realities and even bring some elements from different reality into the present or the reality where she exists in the first place.

Unfortunately, after being “reluctantly” sold by Booker to Comstock and transferred to Columbia, Elizabeth spends all of her time in the tower as captive.

Having been caged for all of her time, Elizabeth has nothing else to do in the tower except to read books, learn about lock-picking and geometric co-ordinates, sharpen her “tears” power and any other things that Comstock has provided to her in the tower.

Her adventure in this game starts when she has a shocking acquaintance with Booker Dewitt, who is actually her real father in Booker’s reality (again, spoiler alert!! For God's sake, please shut your damn eyes already!!).

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #5. Who is Anne Dewitt?

The other interesting fact that i want to share to you in these Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs is about Booker's little child, Anne Dewitt.

Anne Dewitt is actually the same person of Elizabeth in Columbia. Her father, Booker Dewitt reluctantly sold her to Comstock through Robert Lutece in order to wipe off all of his debts.

When Anne was brought to Columbia through the time and reality machine invented by Rosalind Lutece, Comstock decides to change her name to Elizabeth in order to prepare her as the next heir of his throne to rule Columbia.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #6. Who is Rosalind Lutece?

Rosalind Lutece is not just a scientist, but she is a brilliant and genius one.

After getting the help from Comstock, who manages to convince New York government to fund her technology projects and inventions, she has a major success in creating a time and reality machine, a floating city of Columbia and many other inventions that are built under the order of Comstock.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #7. Who is Robert Lutece?

In Bioshock Infinite, Robert Lutece is narrated as the twin brother of Rosalind Lutece.

However, something that some gamers don’t know is that Robert Lutece is actually the same person of Rosalind Lutece. So they basically are just ONE same person, not two, not twins.

Thanks to Rosalind’s brilliance to create a time and reality travel machine, Rosalind manages to communicate with herself from the different reality, who weirdly, is the male version of herself and has a name Robert Lutece.

Rosalind then decides to bring her “twin” brother to her own reality and work together to help Comstock fulfill his dreams.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #8. Who is Lady Comstock?

Besides Comstock, there is also another person that is worth mentioning in these Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs. And that is Comstock's wife.

Lady Comstock is Comstock’s wife. However, she was murdered by Comstock, who then deliberately put the blame on Daisy Fitzroy, the leader of Vox Populi revolution.

Comstock murdered her wife because Lady Comstock wanted the public of Columbia know that Elizabeth was not her genuine child and the story about the 7th day of Elizabeth’s birth was a lie, as Comstock has become sterile “thanks” to Rosalind’s technology.

In the game, Lady Comstock doesn’t make any appearance except as “Sirene”, which is the ghost version of herself when the trap of her coffin, set by Comstock, is activated by Booker (who initially wants to cut Lady Comstock’s hand as the way to open Comstock’s house) and forces Elizabeth to use her power to resurrect her spirit to life, but in the form of ghost.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #9. Who is Cornelius Slate?

Cornelius Slate is one of the comrades who fought together with Booker during the war in Wounded Knee Battle.

In Booker’s past, Slate called him as “The White Injun” because Booker had been known back then as a really cruel soldier who committed many brutal actions during the war, including skinning enemies’ heads and burning them all.

In the reality of Comstock in Columbia, Booker meets him again.

But this time, Cornelius, who has been lied by Comstock regarding Booker’s arrival in Columbia, tries to stop Booker from doing his mission in that city, which is to bring Elizabeth out of Columbia to wipe off his debts.

However, at the end of the day, Booker manages to defeat Slate, who then pushes Booker to kill him to prove that Booker is still the same person as he uses to be in Wounded Knee Battle, who was a really cruel and brutal soldier.

In this part, player who controls Booker can decide whether to kill Slate or spare his life.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #10. Who is Songbird?

If there is one enemy that deserves to get into these Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs, then Songbird is definitely the one. Songbird is a bird.

However, unlike other birds across the sky, Songbird is a huge bird alike robot that is made of steel.

His job in Columbia is to protect Elizabeth from any threat, especially from Booker Dewitt, who wants to help her escape from Columbia to wipe off his debts.

Songbird has 3 different colors in his eyes: green, yellow and red, which are programmed mainly to protect Elizabeth and prevent her to escape from the tower in Columbia.

When his eyes are green, it means there is no action required as he senses no threat around Elizabeth.

However, when they turn to yellow, it’s the moment when Songbird will stay alerted from any threat to Elizabeth.

And finally, when his eyes turn to red, Booker should stay away from Elizabeth as Songbird will do harm to him, even kill him to death.

In the game, Songbird is never involved in direct battle against Booker as this bird only appears in some cutscenes, except when Booker meets Songbird at the very first time in the tower of Monument Island.

Most of the time, Songbird will try to harm and even almost kill Booker.

However, there is the moment, at the near end of the game after Comstock is finally killed by Booker, when interestingly, Songbird obeys Elizabeth’s order to help Booker to protect the thing called “The Zeppelin” on the airship, which is really important for the airship in order to land safely to Monument Island.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #11. Who is Handy Man?

Besides Songbird, i'm also interested to include this bouncer in these Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs. As we all know already, Handyman is some sort of bodyguard to protect Columbia, especially from the attacks of Vox Populi people.

Most of his body is made from steel but his head and his heart are the only real genuine human parts that still remain in his body.

He has giant doll-alike hands but are really strong to knock people down to death, or at least to faint.

Booker always meets Handyman in several occasions, from cutscenes until direct battles.

It’s pretty hard to beat this enemy as he is really strong and can bring big damages when his giant hands punch Booker in the face. The best ways to kill this guy are by combining all the weaponry that Booker possesses, including his telekinesis powers.

The Skyline can also be really helpful for Booker to avoid the attacks from Handyman. However, be careful when there is a sign of electric spark on the Skyline, it means Handyman will hack the Skyline and turn it into electrocuted tracks.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #12. What is Columbia?

Columbia is a floating city that is made thanks to Rosalind’s genius ideas of “quantum of levitation” and technology, under the order of the Founders, the group led by Comstock.

Columbia is created because Comstock wants to create a new city where it is clean from black and Irish people, and he can be the leader or so called “prophet” to lead the people in Columbia to heaven.

However, Comstock, who is under The Founders, is opposed by the other group called “Vox Populi”, that is created by black, Irish and other discounted people that wants to revolutionize Columbia where all people will be treated equally and can have the rights to live in Columbia, without discriminating their races, tribes or anything.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #13. Who is Daisy Fitzroy?

Daisy Fitzroy is one of the leaders of Vox Populi group. There is some part of the game that shows how she finally leads Vox Populi revolution against The Founders.

There is something that really fires up her anger.

And that is when Comstock put the blame on Daisy Fitzroy for the murder of his wife, Lady Comstock, which was killed by Comstock himself in order to prevent the lady to spill the truth to the people of Columbia about the lie made up by Comstock about Elizabeth 7th day birth.

When the revolution of Vox Populi happens, Daisy Fitzroy is shocked with the arrival of Booker Dewitt, thanks to Elizabeth’s power to open the tear.

When cornered by Booker’s critics about her brutal methods during the revolution, Elizabeth stabs Daisy on the back.

She is also known as the one who killed Jeremiah Fink, a person who wants to kill Luteces for betraying Comstock (although this has nothing to do with Daisy killing Jeremiah).

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #14. What is The Founders?

The Founders is a group, led by father Comstock, that contains people that want to keep Columbia pure from black and Irish people.

This is why Comstock is always strict regarding the existence of inhabitants outside white people in Columbia and will do anything to prevent Vox Populi from living peacefully in that floating city.

This group is opposed by Vox Populi.

Bioshock Infinite Gamefaqs #15. What is Vox Populi?

Vox Populi is a group, led by Daisy Fitzroy, that is comprised by rebellions who want to restore the rights of black and Irish people to live in Columbia.

At the part nearing the end of the game, the revolution of Vox Populi against The Founders finally begins.

16. About the gameplay of Bioshock Infinite

If there is one thing that really stands out from Bioshock Infinite, then it’s definitely its gameplay. Usually, FPS or first person shooter games are mostly around the war between soldiers against terrorists.

However, what makes the gameplay of Bioshock Infinite amazing and incredibly brilliant is because it has so many things to offer for the gamers, like doing combat on the skyline (which is really awesome and original), Booker’s telekinesis powers (vigors), Elizabeth’s power to open the tear, the uses of many old style but great weapons, the chances to upgrade Booker’s weapons, skills, and vigor, and many more.

17. The controversy behind Bioshock Infinite?

Despite the success of Bioshock Infinite to sell million copies all around world, there are many controversies surrounding this game.

First of all, is the use of theme about religion in this game makes some gamers, of course the ones that are religious, feel offended, especially with in the story when Booker Dewitt decides to reject the baptism because he feels that all of his sins (from committing brutal and savage actions during the Wounded Knee battle, drinking alcohol, gambling and selling her daughter, Anne Dewitt) simply can’t be washed away only by the dunk in the water (baptism).

The other controversy thing about this game is its vulgar and violence scenes during the game, like when the policeman tries to kill Booker by slashing his head with the grappling hook (used by Booker to hang on the skyline) but instead slashes the head of other policeman brutally.


18. How many copies of Bioshock Infinite that have been sold so far?

There is no recent report regarding how many copies of Bioshock Infinite that have been sold.

However, as reported by multiple sources, by May 2013, 3.7 million copies of this game have been successfully shipped worldwide, while in late July, the sales reaches 4 million copies.

19. The weapons of Booker Dewitt

As the public enemy in Columbia, it’s not surprising that Booker Dewitt will need all the best possible weapons on his arms, including the telekinesis powers that will be granted ever time Booker discovers new vigor along his journey in Columbia.

And thanks to Elizabeth’s power to open the tear, although not at her fullest power, every time Booker needs something to help support him during his combat against enemies, Elizabeth can grant him some new goodies like medics, bullets, decoys, walls or anything as defense, that are transported from other realities or timelines by using Elizabeth’s power.

20. Why Comstock wants to buy Anne Dewitt in the first place?

Comstock has a friend named Rosalind Lutece, a genius scientist and technology inventor, that helps Comstock build all the technologies that he wants.

Unfortunately, thanks to Rosalind’s advanced technology of traveling through times and realities, it accidentally makes Comstock become sterile and just can’t have any child anymore with her wife, Lady Comstock.

This surely makes Comstock under the pressure as he will need the next heir of his throne to rule Columbia, to be from his own blood.

But again, thanks to Rosalind’s brilliant time and reality travel machine, it allows Comstock along with Robert and Rosalind Lutece to travel to the time and reality when Comstock is still Booker Dewitt who is not sterile and has a daughter named Anne Dewitt.

Comstock then, through Robert Lutece, offers Booker a chance to wipe off his debt if he is willing to sell his child to Comstock.

Booker reluctantly accepts the offer, but then decides to chase Robert to cancel the deal with Comstock.

21. Why Booker Dewitt wants to sell Anne Dewitt to Comstock?

The reason why Booker Dewitt wants to sell Anne Dewitt, his daughter, to Comstock is, at that time, Booker possesses a huge amount of debt. Given the chance to wipe off all debts, he then reluctantly accepts to sell Anne to Comstock.

22. What is Tear?

Tear is the power possessed by Elizabeth that allows her to open the gate or window to another reality or timeline, where she can also bring some elements from the different reality or timeline to her own reality or timeline.

23. Why Elizabeth can’t use her “tear” power at the fullest?

In this game, it’s shown how Elizabeth posses a power to open the tear that grants her to travel through different timelines and realities without any limitation.

However, Comstock sees her power as the threat that could possibly endanger his position as the leader or prophet of people in Columbia.

Therefore, he then decides to build a siphon, with the help of Rosalind Lutece, in order to control Elizabeth’s power and prevent her from using her full power.

The good thing is, when the siphon is destroyed by Songbird, controlled by Booker’s instrument called “The Whistler”, Elizabeth finally can use her power at the fullest, thus making her even more powerful than ever.

24. Is Songbird unbeatable?

The answer is yes. Throughout the game, in some cutscenes, it’s shown how Songbird is just unbeatable by Booker.

Given the fact that Songbird is never involved in the direct battle against Booker, then it’s just impossible to beat Songbird.

However, at the part nearing the end of this game, after the siphon is destroyed, when Elizabeth finally can use her full power, Songbird is not unbeatable anymore as Elizabeth manages to drown him in the ocean, to be exact, in underwater city of Rapture.

25. What is Booker’s previous job before he enters the Columbia?

Before entering to Columbia, Booker was an agent of Pinkerton National Detective Agency. Previously, he was also involved with 7th Cavalry Regiment of US Army as the soldier.

Thanks to his brutal and savage methods during the war, his comrades, Cornelius Slate, called him as “The White Injun”. He was also fired from his Pinkerton agency for the same reason.

26. Why Booker turns to gambling and alcohol?

There are so many problems that Booker encounter in his life that make him turn to alcohol and gambling. As narrated in the game, he used to be a brutal soldier in the Wounded Knee Battle and a brutal agent in Pinkerton agency.

Those are the things that make him feel guilty and full of regrets. Not to mention, his wife or girlfriend died when giving a birth to Anne Dewitt.

With all of those problems mounting up in his head, he then turned to alcohol and gambling.

27. Why Booker has so many debts?

Having so many problems and regrets of committing many brutal actions in his past, plus the death of his wife/girlfriend, Booker turns his back from all of his problems and starts embracing alcohol and gambling.

This is where Booker starts collecting debts.

28. Why Booker gets the nick name “The White Injun”?

From many Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs that I've found in this game, i think one single fact about Booker's nickname, "White Injun". is also interesting to talk about.

During the war of Wounded Knee Battle, Booker committed so many brutal actions against the enemies, like skinning their heads and burn them.

This is why his comrade named Cornelius Slate calls him as “The White Injun”.

29. Why there is an initial “AD” on Booker’s right hand?

After failing to prevent Comstock from taking his child, Anne Dewitt, he felt guilty. He then marked his right hand with the initial “AD”, which stands for Anne Dewitt, in order to remind him about his failure.

30. When Booker arrives to Columbia?

Booker arrives in Columbia in 1992, after Robert and Rosalind Lutece bring him to their own reality where Comstock, Elizabeth and Columbia exist.

They both then leave Booker at the lighthouse and this is where Booker, with the help of the rocket machine in the lighthouse, can get to the floating city of Columbia.

31. When Booker meets Robert Lutece for the very first time?

Booker met Robert Lutece at the very first time in 1983, when Booker was offered by Robert the chance to wipe off his debts by selling his only child, Anne Dewitt to Comstock.

They met again in 1992 when Robert Lutece dragged Booker to the reality where Columbia exist and gave him another chance to wipe off his debts if he could bring Elizabeth out from Columbia to New York safely.

32. Why Booker is fired from Pinkerton National Detective Agency?

During the war in Wounded Knee Battle, Booker was a cruel and brutal soldier. He then brought his habits when he became an agent in Pinkerton.

Thanks to his brutal methods during his duty as Pinkerton agent, his agency decided to fire him from his job.

33. When Booker meets Rosalind Lutece for the very first time?

The first time Booker met Rosalind Lutece was in 1992, when Robert and Rosalind Lutece dragged Booker to the reality where Comstock, Elizabeth and everything about the floating city of Columbia exist.

Actually, Booker already met with Rosalind in 1893 when Robert offered him the chance to wipe off his debts by selling his daughter to Comstock.

34. What the secret behind the command “Get the girl, wipe the debt”?

There are some confusions regarding the use of the sentence “Get the girl, wipe off the debt” in Bioshock Infinite.

The first use of this sentence in the game happens when Robert Lutece offers Booker the chance to wipe off his debts if he is willing to sell his daughter, Anne Dewitt, to Comstock.

And then, the second use of this sentence happens when Booker is given a job by Robert and Rosalind Lutece, after being dragged to Columbia, to get the girl named Elizabeth and bring her to New York.

In this reality (in Columbia), in Booker’s mind, suddenly there are some mixed memories that make Booker think about his old memories that not only exist when Booker was still in his own reality, but also some new but old memories that suddenly occur when Booker arrives in Columbia.

This is why Booker doesn’t ask any question when Robert and Rosalind Lutece give him the mission in order to “wipe off his debts” in Columbia.

35. When Booker meets Elizabeth for the very first time?

The very first time Booker meets Elizabeth is when Booker arrives to the tower where Elizabeth is held captive there.

After being shown with the key (given by Robert and Rosalind Lutece) to escape from the tower, Elizabeth starts trusting Booker to help her escape from Columbia.

36. When and where Booker gets the grappling hook?

Grappling hook is the tool that Booker can use to hang on the skylines that are spreading out across the sky of Columbia.

Booker found this grappling tool when he was confronted by some policeman that saw the initial “AD” on his right hand, which is the sign of “The False Sheppard” that Comstock already warns earlier as the person who will bring Columbia down.

The first policeman who possessed the grappling hook almost slashed Booker with that tool.

Luckily, Booker who had a ball in his hand, then juggled that ball in order to distract the second policeman who held Booker’s hand, until he realized that Booker already put his head in front of the spinning grappling hook that slashed his head brutally. Realizing that the grappling hook was still there on the torn face of that second policeman, Booker then took that grappling hook and kept it as the weapon to fight the policeman.

37. When the first time people in Columbia find out that Booker is “The False Sheppard”?

The first time people found out that Booker was the one who Comstock claimed as “The False Sheppard” is when Booker almost throws the ball with the number of “77” to the Vox people that are tied on the stage.

The policeman or security in that area, holds Booker’s right hand and shows it to Columbia people that he is “The False Sheppard” that Comstock already warns earlier.

38. How Booker controls Songbird?

Knowing the fact that Songbird is simply unbeatable for Booker, he then is given a special instrument called “The Whistler” by the future’s Elizabeth along with the songnotes, known as C.A.G.E, that Booker can use to control Songbird.

39. How many time does Booker face Songbird?

There are some some parts in the game that show the confrontations between Songbird and Booker. As shown in the game, Booker faces Songbird around 5 times.

However, unlike other enemies that stand in Booker’s way, Songbird is never involved in direct battles face-to-face with Booker.

This robotic bird only appears in some cutscenes of the game.

40. Why Songbird has 3 different colors on his eyes?

In these 55 Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs, I'm also interested to talk about Songbird's 3 color eyes. As we all know already, Songbird has 3 different colors in his eyes: green, yellow and red.

These colors have been programmed by Rosalind and Robert Lutece, under the order of Comstock, to always feel betrayed every time Elizabeth manages to escape from the tower.

When his eyes are green, there is no action required by this bird as he senses no threat around Elizabeth.

However, when they turn to yellow and then red, this bird will become brutal and will harm anyone who gets close around Elizabeth. And that means you, Booker!

41. How Booker kills Handy Man?

As a powerful guard of Columbia from the threats of Vox Populi people, and especially Booker, then Handy man will definitely be a really tough and hard to beat enemy in this game.

However, there are many ways you, as Booker, can use to kill Handy man, like using the combination of heavy weapons and his telekinesis powers.

And if Handyman gets close to you, you can avoid his attacks by jumping to the skyline by using your grappling hook.

42. Who kills Daisy Fitzroy?

As shown in this game, Daisy Fitzroy, who is the leader of Vox Populi revolution, is finally killed at the part nearing the end of the game.

It was Elizabeth who killed her by stabbing her on the back, after Daisy’s attention was distracted by Booker who confronted her.

43. Who told Booker about the way to control Songbird?

In Bioshock Infinite, Songbird is just unbeatable by Booker.

However, at the part nearing the end of the game, the future Elizabeth gives Booker a special instrument called “The Whistler” along with the songnotes, known as C.A.G.E, that Booker can use to control Songbird.

44. How Booker and Elizabeth open the door of Comstock’s house?

At the part when Booker and Elizabeth arrives at Comstock’s house, they just can’t open the door of that house as only Comstock and his wife, Lady Comstock, who was killed by Comstock, that can have the access to open Comstock’s house, through the fingerprint scanner.

45. Why Comstock kills Lady Comstock?

Having known about the arrival of Elizabeth in Columbia for the very first time, Comstock is confronted by his wife, Lady Comstock, because she suspects that the birth Elizabeth is the result of Comstock having an affair with Rosalind Lutece.

Lady Comstock then plans to tell the people of Columbia that the story about the 7th day of giving birth to Elizabeth was a lie made up by Comstock.

Knowing that his wife’s plan would ruin his position as the leader and the prophet of Columbia, Comstock then decides to kill his wife and put the blame on Daisy Fitzroy.

46. Who is Sirene?

At the part when Booker and Elizabeth is opening Lady Comstock’s coffin to get her hand as the fingerprint key to open Comstock’s house, this is when Sirene appears. Sirene is the ghostly version of Lady Comstock.

She occurs to Booker and Elizabeth because there is a trap, set by Comtock with the help from Luteces, that will be automatically activated if anyone tries to open Lady Comstock’s coffin.

When this trap is activated, there is a mechanism that will force Elizabeth to use her power to resurrect Lady Comstock’s spirit from her death.

47. Who is Jeremiah Fink?

Jeremiah Fink is a person ordered by Comstock to kill Robert and Rosalind Lutece because, by using the time and reality travel machine invented by Rosalind Lutece, Comstock can predict that Luteces will betray him in the future, and bring Booker Dewitt to Columbia to help Elizabeth escape from the locked and heavily guarded tower, which indeed really happens.

48. Who gives “The Whistler” and the song notes “C.A.G.E” to Booker?

The one who gives the special instrument called “The Whistler” and the songnotes, known as C.A.G.E, to Booker is the future’s Elizabeth. This instrument along with the songnotes are the only ways to help Booker control Songbird.

49. How Booker kills Comstock?

At the part nearing the end of the game, after being confronted by Comstock with the question about why Elizabeth lost her pinky finger, Booker decides to kill Comstock by drowning his head in the water in the fountain, after cracking his head several times on the fountain.

50. Why Elizabeth possesses the power of Tear?

When Comstock brought Elizabeth to Columbia for the very first time, suddenly Elizabeth possessed such a powerful power to open the tear.

The reason why she suddenly has this power is because her pinky finger was cut and left in the different reality where Booker Dewitt existed.

The separation between her pinky finger in the 2 different realities apparently gives Elizabeth some kind of magic or power that allows her to open the window, known as “tear”, and travel through times and realities infinitely.

51. When Booker finally finds out that Comstock is actually himself?

At the end of the game, Booker is brought by Elizabeth to the place where he used to be baptized by Preacher Witting in the river.

In this moment, Booker was confused why Elizabeth brought him to that place, whereas they were on the mission to find the way to stop Comstock forever.

Booker then finally realized that he is actually the same person of Comstock, but in the different reality or timeline if he accept the baptism.

52. Who orders people to lock Elizabeth up in the tower?

The one who ordered people to lock Elizabeth in the tower was Lady Comstock because she suspected Elizabeth as the result of Comstock having an affair with Rosalind Lutece.

53. Who is the preacher that wants to baptize Booker?

The preacher who baptizes Booker is Preacher Witting.

54. What is the reason behind the baptism of Booker Dewitt?

The reason behind the baptism of Booker is, with all of his problems like having debts, the death of his wife after giving birth to Elizabeth, the failure to stop Comstock from taking his child to the different reality, being fired from his job as a Pinkerton agent and all of his regrets of committing so many brutal actions during the Wounded Knee Battle, then Booker felt guilty that he should take a baptism to wash away the sins he already committed in the past.

In the moment when Booker is still deciding whether to ACCEPT the baptism or REJECT it, this reality is split into 2 different timelines.

55. Why Booker Dewitt rejects the baptism?

Booker Dewitt decides to NOT accept the baptism because he thinks that all of his sins he already committed in his past are just way too much and can’t be washed away only by dunking in the water.

So yeah, there you go, 55 Bioshock Infinite gamefaqs that i can share to you in this post.

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