For BioShock Infinite on the Xbox , a GameFAQs message board Before you found out that Booker was Elizabeth's father, did Their whole relationship reminded me of Flynn and Rapunzel's relationship from Tangled. For BioShock Infinite on the PC, a GameFAQs message board topic Throughout the game Booker and Elizabeth's relationship was put in. Elizabeth is a fictional character in Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite, the third title in the Elizabeth's relationship with Songbird was partly based on Ken Levine's personal experiences. . At the start of Infinite, set in , Booker DeWitt is sent to Columbia by the Lutece twins to recover Elizabeth, claiming that they will.
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When trying to track down a man that reportedly holds a key to helping them escape, they find the man already dead; Elizabeth uses her powers to pull them into an alternate reality where the man is still alive, but this has unintended side effects that others around them suffer from nosebleeds and mental anquish, and Elizabeth becomes fearful of her abilities.
They eventually board an airship to escape, but it is brought aground in Columbia by Songbird who kidnaps Elizabeth. Booker gives chase, but is pulled into the future of the s by an elderly Elizabeth.
She shows him that without his rescue, she will become like Comstock, inheriting the city and using it to lay waste to the surface world below. Before allowing Booker to return to his time, the future Elizabeth gives him a message to give to "his" Elizabeth to help her control Songbird and allow them to escape.
Booker frees Elizabeth from an observation laboratory and the two make their way to confront Comstock. Along the way, they learn that Elizabeth has been kept under control of the Siphon, an machine built by the Luteces into the statue to nullify her tear powers; they also learn that Elizabeth is not Comstock's biological daughter, though oddly shares his genetics, and Comstock had attempted to kill his wife and the Lutece's to hide this conspiracy. They reach Comstock and Booker confronts him about Elizabeth's identity.
Comstock says Booker already knows and the reason for why Elizabeth wears a thimble in place of a finger. Booker kills Comstock in anger, but Elizabeth calms him down and tells him they need to finish destroying the statue and the Siphon to fully realize her powers.
They do so by controlling Songbird, but when Songbird turns on them, Elizabeth transports them to the underwater city of Rapturewhere Songbird is destroyed by the outside water pressure.
Elizabeth guides Booker to the bathysphere lighthouse, revealing she can now see all possibilities based on choice as evidenced by an infinite number of lighthouses they can see. Elizabeth explains the nature of choice to Booker, revealing that Booker and Comstock are the same person: Elizabeth reveals she is also Booker's daughter, Anna DeWitt, whom Booker had sold to the Lutece twins to pay off gambling debts.
They in turn were working for Comstock, who needed a blood heir for Columbia, having been rendered sterile by the twins' reality-warping experiments. Booker later had a change of heart and chased down the Luteces as they stepped through a Tear, severing the tip of Elizabeth's finger which gave her the awareness of multiple realities. Elizabeth asserts that there has been an endless cycle of Bookers and Comstocks, and the only way to end this is to destroy the creation of Comstock; she takes Booker to the site of the baptism and drown Booker with the aid of dozens of other Elizabeths from other timelines.
The Elizabeths begin to wink out of existence, with the game fading to black on the one throughout the game. Burial at Sea[ edit ] Main article: Burial at Sea "There were some Columbia ideas we kicked around, but I think we also got to the point where we felt like that was the story that we had just told.
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We had told it to the extent we wanted to tell it. Elizabeth walking in dressed like Veronica Lake. And I just fixated on that.
They trace her whereabouts to a derelict department store, during which Booker suffers flashbacks to his baptism, but unable to explain them. This is something we need to change. There is a glorious beauty in relationships that offer companionship without any romance. They are also just as valid. Let me direct you to Elementary. Elementary charts the evolving relationship between a Sherlock Holmes and a female Joan Watson.
The creators have said, repeatedly, that the relationship will stay platonic, and as a result the series is an incredible breath of fresh air. It could be romantic, but it's incredibly platonic and very sweet.
There are no kisses, some rare hugs, and a lot of calling eachother out on Sherlock's problematic behaviors and Joan's level of deduction Both of which are improving. Games need more of that. We need to talk to characters without wanting romantic outcomes. NieR has every one of his companions in love with him.Booker & Elizabeth Tribute --- Hurts Like Hell
Jack and Doctor Tenenbaum are not friends, just allies. Rudy falls in love with Princess Cecilia. The Kingdom Hearts trios are This turns relationships that could be complex one dimensional.
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Romantic attachment leads only to an attempt at marriage or sex down the line. When we view a relationship in only romantic or familial terms, we strip it of any extra nuances, or deny that a love can exist between friends. These extra nuances are what make someone more fleshed out. They are doing this out of love with no expectation of anything back.
And, this is happening on both sides. Neither the boy nor the girl expect any sort of romantic repayment or familial devotion.