Booker DeWitt, the protagonist of BioShock Infinite.
Columbia was a city suspended in the clouds through a combination of " quantum levitation" and giant blimps and balloons. Many different peoples came to Columbia for its maiden launch and others made the pilgrimage later. However, after a series of mysterious events, the city disappeared into the clouds with the residents still aboard. Below is a list of characters who appear or are mentioned in .
Main Characters Edit
Major Characters Edit
Minor Characters Edit
Propaganda Characters Edit
Mentioned Characters Edit
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1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Name seen on a list of prisoners on a blackboard in the
Good Time Club cellar.
↑ Andrew Ryan's name is seen on picket signs when Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth enter the
Welcome Center of Rapture through a Tear. ↑
3.0 3.1 This name is seen on a locker next to Cornelius Slates' in the
Worker Induction Center. ↑
4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 Name is listed on a shift schedule in a locker on Deck 1 of the
Hand of the Prophet.
↑ Their name is written on a confession note in the interrogation room of the
Bull House Impound.
↑ A pastor who was to hold a sermon for the "The Columbia Friends of the Negro Society" on July 9th,
1912, mentioned on the
poster for the sermon.
↑ She was photographed by
Cunningham Studios in 1889. Her framed picture can be found in various places in-game, notably Cunningham Studios.
↑ Zachary Hale Comstock's
Voxophone: A Dog's Loyalty
↑ The owner of
Chas. A. White Supply. ↑
10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 This name appears on one of three list of residents outside the
Emporia Towers: List #1, List #2 and List #3.
↑ Named on the "Vox Threat" board as Morgan Creed's killer.
12.0 12.1 His scalp is seen among other Founders, nailed to a
board in Port Prosperity.
↑ The Superintendent of the Arkharm, Massachusetts facility of the Pinkerton's National Detective Agency and the one that signed Booker DeWitt's
14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 Names are found on a clipboard held by a clerk in the
Worker Induction Center.
↑ The owner of
Columbia's Finest Ice. ↑
16.0 16.1 16.2 Name appears on some of the gravestones in
Memorial Gardens. ↑
17.0 17.1 17.2 Seen on an
issue of the Minuteman Gazette. ↑
18.0 18.1 Seen on
The Vox Threat board found in the Good Time Club and the Bull House Impound.
↑ Byron Cotswold's Voxophone:
Otis' Nimble Fingers
↑ The owner of
Easter & Sons Premium Automated Stallions, full name from advertisement.
↑ Wilbur Sykes' Voxophone:
That Goddamn Key
↑ Ty Bradley's Voxophone:
To: R. Thompson Re: Fuses
↑ Name seen on on a list of prisoners on a blackboard in the
Good Time Club. His body is also found in cell 7 in the club's cellar.
↑ He was photographed by Cunningham Studios in 1884. His framed picture can be found in various places in-game, notably Cunningham Studios.
↑ Jeremiah Fink's Voxophone:
Out of the Thin Air ↑
BioShock: Infinite - Making the E3 Demo on YouTube. Seen on an early poster for Possession, under the title "Mesmerize."