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Diary 5
There's already a fight, DeWitt. Only question is, which side you on? Comstock is the god of the white man, the rich man, the pitiless man. But if you believe in common folk, then join the Vox. If you believe in the righteous folk, then join the Vox.
― Telling Booker about her resentment towards Comstock and the Founders[src]

Daisy Fitzroy is the intelligent, charismatic, and brutal leader of the Vox Populi.


Daisy was brought to Columbia by Jeremiah Fink who used his contacts on the ground to procure "Negro convicts" for menial labor within the city.[1] Shortly after arriving, she was employed as a housekeeper for Lady Comstock. Daisy admired Lady Comstock, believing her to be genuine for someone on such a high pedestal.[2]

She fled Comstock House after being framed for the death of Lady Comstock, and formed the Vox Populi within a few weeks of her escape. Years later, she was arrested by city authorities in Finkton.[3]

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Daisy was then sent to Dr. Francis Pinchot at Comstock House, who interviewed her over a period of a week.[4] After participating in an intelligence test conducted by Dr. Pinchot, it was learned that Daisy had genius-level intelligence, scoring even higher on the test than Dr. Pinchot himself.[5]

As a result of Daisy's interviews showing unsatisfactory results, it was suggested to Dr. Pinchot by his supervisor, Dr. Kittery, that the scientists at Comstock House should perform a lobotomy on Daisy to make her more servile. Dr. Pinchot, by then fascinated by Daisy,[6] felt that the procedure would render her useless and refused, worried that he'd have no choice if he did not show results quickly.[7]

As Daisy's lobotomy was planned, Dr. Pinchot tried to intervene. He was accused of forming a connection with Daisy, and thus ignored. The night before the last of Dr. Pinchot's interviews, he wrote of Daisy's plan to be broken out of the facility and how she requested his help.[8] Dr. Pinchot handed over his keys to Daisy, as well as all the money he had on him. Despite his help, Daisy shot and killed him before escaping.[9]

As the Vox Populi grew more powerful and their ideals became increasingly extreme, Fitzroy sought to destroy the Founders.

Known Works[]

Infinite Spoilers

BioShock Infinite[]

Main article: BioShock Infinite

After being rendered unconscious and abandoned by Elizabeth on The First Lady airship, Booker DeWitt awakens in the zeppelin to find that it has been hijacked by the Vox Populi. Daisy offers him a spot in their uprising, and when that proves ineffective, demands that he obtain armaments from gunsmith Chen Lin in return for the zeppelin. Upon finding Chen Lin, Booker and Elizabeth discover that he was brutally tortured to death, and Elizabeth opens a tear into an alternate universe. Once again they run into a problem and are forced to retrieve Chen Lin's tools. Eventually, the two arrive in a reality where the Vox Populi already have the guns Daisy requested and are laying siege to Finkton.

Booker and Elizabeth soon discover that in this universe, Booker was a martyr of the Vox cause. Daisy is perturbed to see him alive, labeling him either "an impostor or a ghost", and sends her forces after the pair.

Booker and Elizabeth find Daisy and watch as she murders Jeremiah Fink. After shooting Fink, Fitzroy smears some of his blood across her face and orders her men to kill Booker and Elizabeth. Once the Vox Populi are dealt with, Daisy holds a gun to the head of Fink's son. After lifting Elizabeth into a nearby vent, Booker distracts Daisy as Elizabeth comes from behind her, plunging a pair of scissors into her spine. Daisy falls to the ground and bleeds to death.

Burial at Sea - Episode 2[]

A Secret Meeting

A meeting with the Luteces.

Main article: Burial at Sea - Episode 2

Upon Elizabeth's return to Columbia, she witnesses a meeting between Fitzroy and the Lutece twins just minutes before the revolutionary's death. At this point, Fitzroy has captured Fink and his son. The Luteces explain to Fitzroy that it's crucial for Elizabeth to become a woman and gain the strength to kill Comstock. In order for this to happen, Fitzroy needs to force Elizabeth into the proper mindset. At first Fitzroy refuses to harm Fink's son, saying that, although she wants to see Fink and Comstock fall, the sins of the father should not be taken out on the boy. The Luteces hint that she doesn't have to kill him, but to just threaten him enough so that Elizabeth will have no choice but to "mature" into a killer. Fitzroy is saddened that she will not be able to survive the revolution, but she accepts that she must die if it means that it will lead to Comstock's death as well. This turns Elizabeth's opinion of her from a psychopath who is just as bad as Comstock to a martyr willing to give the ultimate sacrifice to her cause.

The last Elizabeth hears of Daisy is when she contacts and threatens Booker and her Infinite self in an elevator on their way to The First Lady as Elizabeth descends in the lift behind them. When Elizabeth returns to the Factory Docks with the Hair Sample that Yi Suchong requires, she finds Fitzroy's corpse along with her killed troops and The First Lady departing Finkton, showing that she was only a few minutes too late to cross paths with her past self and Booker.


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Daisy is an intelligent and determined woman whose goal is justice and retribution for the downtrodden citizens of Columbia. Daisy is shown to be highly resourceful, outwitting Columbian authorities and procuring resources for her movement from organizations owned by the Founders themselves.

Although Daisy has organized the Vox Populi into a bloodthirsty army which ultimately embarks on a reckless and wildly destructive campaign, she still has a sense of honor and self-righteousness. Daisy's pride does not extend to murdering innocent children by her own hand as revealed in Burial at Sea - Episode 2. Because of this, she only pretends to threaten Jeremiah Fink's son in order to goad Elizabeth into killing her, due to her predetermined role in Comstock's fall. She is shown to deeply care about her cause for freedom and is willing to sacrifice herself for her ideals. A vandalized Kinetoscope in Fink's office also reveals that Daisy is an agnostic in terms of theological beliefs.


BioShock Infinite[]

Burial at Sea - Episode 2[]


Pre-Game, Promo, and Concept Images[]

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Behind the Scenes[]

  • Fitzroy's role in the game mirrors that of Atlas/Fontaine from BioShock. Both characters started out as small time people upon their arrival in their respective cities, eventually rising to prominence through manipulation of the underclasses, and begin revolutions that lead to the downfall of their cities. They also forge alliances with the protagonists of each game, only to betray them later. In the end, Daisy is stabbed and killed by Elizabeth, much like Fontaine is killed when several Little Sisters stab him to death with their needles.
    • One notable difference however is that Atlas/Fontaine had no true sympathy or belief in the plight of the lower classes and the class rebellion (simply wanting to take over Rapture), while Fitzroy seems to genuinely believe in her cause, and simply was radicalized by her devotion. 
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Daisy Fitzroy appearing on a projector in the E3 2011 demo.

  • In the BioShock Infinite E3 2011 demo, Fitzroy had a lighter voice with a slight Jamaican lilt.[10]
    • This could possibly relate to early iterations and concept art of Shantytown inspired by the wooden and colorful housing of Jamaica and Key West.[11]
  • Aisha Tyler was considered to perform the voice of Daisy Fitzroy.[12] She recorded 47 minutes of dialog which was ultimately not used.[13]
    • Later, Aisha Tyler quipped on her own podcast: "That was supposed to be me, but I don't think I sounded black enough [for the character]".[14]
  • The motion capturing for Daisy Fitzroy was done by Lyndsy Kail, who also did Rosalind Lutece's.[15]


  1. Jeremiah Fink's Voxophone: Solution to Your Problems
  2. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT - Monday, May 10th, 1909.
  3. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT - Sunday, May 9th, 1909.
  4. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) PRIVATE JOURNAL TRANSCRIPT Saturday, May 8th, 1909.
  5. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT Wednesday, May 12th, 1909.
  6. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) PRIVATE JOURNAL TRANSCRIPT Wednesday, May 12th, 1909.
  7. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) PRIVATE JOURNAL TRANSCRIPT Monday, May 10th, 1909.
  8. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) PRIVATE JOURNAL TRANSCRIPT Wednesday, May 12th, 1909.
  9. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Novel) INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT Thursday, May 13th, 1909.
  10. E3 2011 demo @ 7:35
  11. Ken Levine and the Infinite Idaho on Polygon
  12. Alison Rosen podcast with Aisha Tyler @ 57:40
  13. twitter post from April 17, 2013 @Vinci_022 you're right! I recorded that role, but just found out they didn't use my recording. there's 47 minutes I'll never get back.
  14. Aisha Tyler's podcast with Kumail Nanjiani @01:14:23
  15. BioShock Infinite Credits