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==Splicer Models==
 
==Splicer Models==
There are ten Splicer models in ''BioShock'' and eight in ''BioShock 2''. Their names are not revealed in-game; instead, they are associated with the audio files used for their sound bites in the game data. The Pigskin, Plastered Splicer, Rosebud, and Waders only appear in the first game. The models that return in ''BioShock 2'' have a more mutated appearance. Additionally, two new Splicer models are introduced; Brute and Crawler, who both have their own specific [[BioShock 2 Enemies|Splicer type]]. Splicers are given a pristine, normal-looking model when seen from a Little Sister's perspective. Additionally, the narrative [[Downloadable Content|downloadable content]] for ''BioShock 2'', ''[[Minerva's Den (DLC)|Minerva's Den]]'', introduces two more unique Splicer models; Heady and Buttons. Each of these models feature their own preset appearance (with some variants in colors), personality, and social rank, making them characters in their own right.
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There are ten Splicer models in ''BioShock'' and eight in ''BioShock 2''. Their names are not revealed in-game; instead, they are associated with the audio files used for their sound bites in the game data. The Pigskin, Plastered Splicer, Rosebud, and Waders only appear in the first game. The models that return in ''BioShock 2'' have a more mutated appearance. Additionally, two new Splicer models were introduced; Brute and Crawler, who both have their own specific [[BioShock 2 Enemies|Splicer type]]. Splicers are given a pristine, normal-looking model when seen from a Little Sister's perspective. Additionally, the narrative [[Downloadable Content|downloadable content]] for ''BioShock 2'', ''[[Minerva's Den (DLC)|Minerva's Den]]'', introduces two more unique Splicer models; Heady and Buttons. Each of these models feature their own preset appearance (with some variants in colors), personality, and social rank, making them characters in their own right.
   
 
Each of the ten [[BioShock 2 Multiplayer Characters|playable characters]] in ''BioShock 2 Multiplayer'' also feature their own appearance, personality, and place in society. Their backstory, quotes, and their associated [[BioShock 2 Multiplayer Audio Diaries|Audio Diaries]] contribute to telling a different story for each of them.
 
Each of the ten [[BioShock 2 Multiplayer Characters|playable characters]] in ''BioShock 2 Multiplayer'' also feature their own appearance, personality, and place in society. Their backstory, quotes, and their associated [[BioShock 2 Multiplayer Audio Diaries|Audio Diaries]] contribute to telling a different story for each of them.
   
The narrative DLC for ''BioShock Infinite'', ''[[Burial at Sea (DLC)|Burial at Sea]]'', returns to the city of Rapture on the eve of its war. Six new Early Splicer models are introduced. These male and female Splicers are what is left of Fontaine's army after his failed attempt at taking over the city. Unlike in previous games, these models feature a core torso while a head design and set of dialogue mixed and matched at random to create the illusion of greater variety. A third model known as the Frosty Splicer also appears and is the first Splicer model to demonstrate the effects of [[Vigor|drinkable Plasmids.]] In the second episode of the DLC, ''[[Burial at Sea - Episode 2]]'', a spliced-up squad of Andrew Ryan's Security Forces are encountered by the player.
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The narrative DLC for ''BioShock Infinite'', ''[[Burial at Sea (DLC)|Burial at Sea]]'', returns to the city of Rapture on the eve of its war. Six new Early Splicer models are introduced. These male and female Splicers are what is left of Fontaine's army after his failed attempt at taking over the city. Unlike in previous games, these models feature a core torso while a head design and set of dialogue mixed and matched at random to create the illusion of greater variety. A third model known as the Frosty Splicer also appears and is the first Splicer model to demonstrate the effects of [[Vigor|Drinkable Plasmids]]. In the second episode of the DLC, ''[[Burial at Sea - Episode 2]]'', a spliced-up squad of Andrew Ryan's Security Forces are encountered by the player.
   
 
===In Both Single Player Games===
 
===In Both Single Player Games===
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