Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkBioShock WikiBioShock Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkMessage WallThreadMessage Wall Greeting Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 3,400 results for BioShock Wiki Welcome to the BioShock Wiki! The BioShock Wiki is an encyclopedia for the BioShock video game series. The wiki is dedicated to preserving all information related to the worlds of Rapture and Columbia, including characters https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/BioShock_Wiki Code Throughout Rapture, the player will come across doors (and one safe) with 4-digit access Codes required to gain entrance. The codes are usually found nearby or shortly after the lock via audio diaries, written https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Code Elizabeth Elizabeth is a nineteen to twenty-year-old woman who has been imprisoned in the flying city of Columbia since she was an infant, the deuteragonist of BioShock Infinite, Burial at Sea - Episode 1, and https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Elizabeth BioShock 2 BioShock 2 is the second game of the BioShock series and the sequel to BioShock, and continues the grand storyline of the underwater metropolis, Rapture. It was released on February 9, 2010. The Mac OS https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/BioShock_2 Subject Delta Subject Delta (Symbol: Δ) is the protagonist of BioShock 2. Delta was the first successful Big Daddy subject bonded to a Little Sister. He has a Delta symbol on his suit, which is the fourth https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Subject_Delta Booker DeWitt Booker DeWitt is the protagonist of BioShock Infinite. He is a private investigator and, prior to his reluctant arrival in Columbia, a former soldier and Pinkerton agent. Booker is offered a deal to wipe away https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Booker_DeWitt Jack Jack is the protagonist of BioShock. He is a young man who, prior to his unwilling arrival in Rapture, was a passenger on an airplane that crashed near the lighthouse that provided entry to the https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Jack Big Daddy Big Daddies (originally named Protectors, and occasionally referred to as Mister Bubbles, or Mister B, by Little Sisters and'Metal Daddies' by Splicers) are genetically enhanced human beings who have had their skin and organs https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Big_Daddy Little Sister Little Sisters (originally named as Gatherers by the game developers) are young girls who have been genetically altered and mentally conditioned to reclaim ADAM from corpses around Rapture. Little Sisters are almost always accompanied by https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Little_Sister BioShock Audio Diaries Audio Diaries are the main narrative device of the BioShock series. They were recorded by the citizens of Rapture, either as notes for themselves or as messages for other residents. When the player picks up https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/BioShock_Audio_Diaries Vigor Vigors are the wondrous tonics of Columbia, granting extraordinary abilities to its user after consumption. They are powered by Salts that can be found in phials in their raw form or by consuming special foods https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Vigor Eleanor Lamb Eleanor Lamb is the daughter of Sofia Lamb and a previous Little Sister in Rapture. Roughly ten years after the 1958 New Year's Eve Riots, she contacts Subject Delta, beginning the events of BioShock https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Eleanor_Lamb Splicer Splicers are the most common enemies in the first two installments of the BioShock series, and in the DLC of its third. Remnants of Rapture's human population, Splicers are the result of ADAM use https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Splicer Sander Cohen Sander Cohen is a poet, composer, sculptor, and playwright ruling over Fort Frolic. Originally a renowned artist of many forms who practiced in New York City, Cohen became a leading figure in Rapture's art https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Sander_Cohen Brigid Tenenbaum Dr. Brigid Tenenbaum is a geneticist who discovered ADAM and helped develop it into products for commercial sale. She is also the "mother" of the Little Sisters. She created them, and eventually came to care https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Brigid_Tenenbaum Atlas Atlas is the revolutionary who led many of the disillusioned of Rapture against Andrew Ryan and his supporters during the Civil War. A significant character in BioShock, he guides Jack through the failed utopia after https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Atlas BioShock Infinite BioShock Infinite is the third game in the BioShock series. Announced on August 12, 2010, it was Irrational Games' final project. It was released on March 26, 2013 for PC (Steam), Xbox 360, and PlayStation https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/BioShock_Infinite Andrew Ryan Andrew Ryan (born Андрей Раяновский ) is the founder of Rapture and the owner of Ryan Industries. He is the main antagonist throughout most of BioShock. He is the Chairman of the Rapture City Council, owner https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Andrew_Ryan Rapture Rapture (also known as the North Atlantic Project and the Rapture Colony) is a massive underwater city forged from the personal dreams of Andrew Ryan to escape from the political, social and religious anxieties of https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Rapture BioShock BioShock is the first game of the BioShock series. It was released on August 21, 2007 in North America, and on August 24 in Europe and Australia, with a standard edition and a limited edition https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/BioShock Big Sister Eight years after the events of BioShock, the Big Sisters are post-pubescent Little Sisters who have become unstable and confrontational in Rapture's environment. They interact with, manage, and protect Little Sisters. Their extreme https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Big_Sister Zachary Hale Comstock Zachary Hale Comstock is the leader of The Founders, the ultra-nationalist/nativist political party that founded the floating city of Columbia, and the main antagonist of BioShock Infinite. Within Columbia, Comstock has earned the https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Zachary_Hale_Comstock Songbird Songbird is a creature or construct of undetermined origins that is feared by the citizens of Columbia, and is Elizabeth's guardian and keeper. The Songbird was created by Fink Manufacturing and like most of https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Songbird Frank Fontaine Frank Fontaine is one of the primary antagonists in BioShock. He is a con man, criminal mastermind, the archenemy of Andrew Ryan, and the leader of the opposition in the power struggle which led to https://bioshock.fandom.com/wiki/Frank_Fontaine Power to the People Power to the People is a one-time use weapon upgrade vending machine. 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