Who is Subject Delta[edit source]

Watching the 1958 vid sequence, it strikes me that Rapture is a bit drippy for 1958 (before the Civil War started and maintenance went downhill).  The setting is even in the affluent Adonis Spa where they could afford to keep leaks under control and not have it disturb the customers.

Delta with his helmet off and the yellow pressurizing fluid leaking down his suit and onto the floor, hears a garbled "Place it again MY head"  


And Sofia Lamb's crazy murderous delusions cease to afflict Rapture from that point on.

Who is subject delta, and did he volunteer or was he recruited like the later massed produced big daddies? there were quite a lot of alpha series big daddies at the underground lab in the endish part, but they seem to all hate him. who told them about delta Sophia? the little sisters? and if he was one of them why did they seem to hate him? Brigid tenenbaum did say in the beginning that someone had opened his eyes or something like that. Maybe it was when he shot himself in the head with that gun or when he woke up 10 years later. and lastly if Sophia lamb was against the alpha series then why did she have tons in her lab/prison.

To the person above, Subject Delta was a deep sea diver who found Rapture in a diving bell, and was handed over the Ryan by Sinclair and was then turned into a Big Daddy. The Alpha series in the game are all mad because their Little Sisters were killed and so they attacked anyone basicly. Finally, Lamb was not against the Alpha series, she was just against Delta because he wanted to get Eleanor back from her
Aurone12 (talk) 03:36, April 25, 2016 (UTC)

Rosie[edit source]

Am I the only one who notices that you are a Rosie in the demo, and not an Alpha Series?Ground-Zero-Zero99 (talk) 22:57, October 30, 2015 (UTC)

Jordan Thomas Interview[edit source]


This is a very interesting interview that gives some insight into BioShock and BioShock 2. Something I find very interesting is this line: Some aspects of the game were totally out of Thomas's control. Originally set in a new city with new characters and a new story, due to its relatively short production schedule—two years—BioShock 2 had to return to Rapture. Whatever you think of BS2, setting it in a new city would have fit in much better with the "There's always a Lighthouse, there's always a man, there's always a city" concept. I have no clue where to put this though. sm --Solarmech (talk) 15:29, January 19, 2017 (UTC)

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