EagleMan wrote: Mr. Sefrol wrote:
EagleMan wrote:Yeah it's beautiful but I think they just chose to hide in ambiguity. Given the poor receival of the ending of Bioshock they probably didn't want to risk a repeat. I was also disappointed to not learn more about Fitzy and Fink. They'll probably get some DLC around them but that's not right, their story should've been able to stand on its own. In the other games the supporting characters felt more fleshed out than they did in Infinite.
they actually explain that they died, but with their working with tears, they became able to travel to any time and space just like Elizabeth. But since they weren't technically "alive" anymore for it, they had to use Booker to take revenge on the Prophet and right what was wronged. Which led to the events of Bioshock Infinite to begin with.
"Lives, lived, will live. Dies, died, will die," was repeated for a number of reasons for them.
Fitzroy is the leader of the Vox and Fink is the industrialist.
Yeah, you're thinking of the Luteces. Speaking of, is it ever confirmed that
Robert is the woman from another world, like DeWitt's?
Or is that not so?