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In ''BioShock 2'', Jack has seemingly become a man of legend among the Splicers left in Rapture. Even [[Sofia Lamb]] looks upon him positively, seeing his lack of free will as a boon and inspiration for her to begin her Utopian Experiments. [[Simon Wales]] believes Jack to be a god, mentioning how he killed Andrew Ryan. In [[Siren Alley]], paintings of Jack's activities in Rapture can be seen, with subjects such as the plane crash, Dr. Steinman, and Jack's wrist about to be injected with a Plasmid. In one of Frank Fontaine's Audio Diaries, set directly before the beginning of ''BioShock'', he mentions "''I've got a hell of a surprise for Andrew Ryan. Long time comin'. And right about now, I expect the prodigal son is bookin' his flight…''"
 
In ''BioShock 2'', Jack has seemingly become a man of legend among the Splicers left in Rapture. Even [[Sofia Lamb]] looks upon him positively, seeing his lack of free will as a boon and inspiration for her to begin her Utopian Experiments. [[Simon Wales]] believes Jack to be a god, mentioning how he killed Andrew Ryan. In [[Siren Alley]], paintings of Jack's activities in Rapture can be seen, with subjects such as the plane crash, Dr. Steinman, and Jack's wrist about to be injected with a Plasmid. In one of Frank Fontaine's Audio Diaries, set directly before the beginning of ''BioShock'', he mentions "''I've got a hell of a surprise for Andrew Ryan. Long time comin'. And right about now, I expect the prodigal son is bookin' his flight…''"
   
Several Splicers can be heard mentioning Jack. In the [[Atlantic Express (Level)|Atlantic Express]] workshop, three Splicers have a conversation around a burning barrel as [[Subject Delta]] approaches. One of them speculates that Jack is "''highballin with all the can-can girls''" on the surface and in possession of the nuclear warhead seen on the submarine in the "Sad" and "Bad" endings, which he will use to destroy the city if anyone "''gets lippy''". Another states that he saved the Little Sisters and went up "''happy ever after.''" This is a reference to the first game's two possible endings.<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFLYL6ESSFE "''BioShock 2'' Easter Egg Jack Reference"], ''BioShock 2'' gameplay video on YouTube</ref> [[Brute]] Splicers can also be heard referencing Jack; when idle, they mention their refusal to have children out of fear that they will suffer the same fate as Andrew Ryan. As in the first game, Jack's name is never mentioned in dialogue.
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Several Splicers can be heard mentioning Jack. In the [[Atlantic Express (Level)|Atlantic Express]] workshop, three Splicers have a conversation around a burning barrel as [[Subject Delta]] approaches. One of them speculates that Jack is "''highballin with all the can-can girls''" on the surface and in possession of the nuclear warhead seen on the submarine in the "Sad" and "Bad" endings, which he will use to destroy the city if anyone "''gets lippy''". Another states that he saved the Little Sisters and went up "''happy ever after.''" This is a reference to both possible endings of the first game and explains why Jack would not still be in Rapture.<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFLYL6ESSFE "''BioShock 2'' Easter Egg Jack Reference"], ''BioShock 2'' gameplay video on YouTube</ref> [[Brute]] Splicers can also be heard referencing Jack; when idle, they mention their refusal to have children out of fear that they will suffer the same fate as Andrew Ryan. As in the first game, Jack's name is never mentioned in dialogue.
   
 
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