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now we have something."
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Toys sign
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Inside the Toys department.

Shhhh! He's inside
― Warning outside of Toys department barricade[src]

The Toys department is a large store found in the Housewares building of Fontaine's


Toys sign blocks
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"Don't you want to be a Little Sister?"

The Toys department was one of the largest in Fontaine's, and sold a wide variety of games, figures, gifts, and other playthings to the children of Rapture. When the secret of using young girls to produce ADAM became known through out the city, Andrew Ryan used the store as a way of promoting the Little Sisters to the public by selling Little Sister dolls. Although the main products in the store were meant for kids, the area still contained promotional material for the children's parents. Advertisements for Nico-Time cigarettes, specifically aimed at pregnant women, can also be found within.

Infinite Spoilers

After the building was converted into a prison and sunk to the bottom of an ocean trench, the entrance to the store was blocked off by Splicers, in an attempt to contain the extremely aggressive Big Daddy inside. A sign was also placed outside the store, warning others to keep quiet while close to the entrance so as not to provoke the beast.


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So many toys for girls and boys.

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Trains and dolls for one and all.

  • Buckets
  • Captain of Industry Playsets
  • Hop-Up Soda
  • Little Sister Figurines
  • Matryoshka Dolls
  • Mechanical Horses
  • Pails
  • Rocking Horses
  • Rubber Balls
  • Basketballs[1]
  • Shovels
  • Teddy Bears
  • Toy Blimps
  • Toy Boats
    • Sailboats
    • Ships
    • Tugboats
    • Battleships
  • Toy Soldiers
  • Toy Trains
    • Train set
    • Model Trains

Burial at Sea - Episode 1Edit

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The cavernous interior of the Toys department.

Main article: Burial at Sea - Episode 1

One of the air vents that Sally hides in is located here. Because of the impassible barricade, Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth are unable to enter the showcase. However, while traversing through the Appliances department, they find a pathway that leads to Toys' back entrance.

By this time, the duo has sealed all of the other vents, so Sally is herded to this department. Still, the girl refuses to emerge from the ductwork. In a last ditch effort, and with great apprehension, Booker turns up the heat to force the child out. Booker grabs Sally to force her out, he sees that she has become a Little Sister. She squeals for her protector, a Bouncer, who then comes to her aid.

Burial at Sea - Episode 2Edit

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The destroyed interior of the Toys department.

Main article: Burial at Sea - Episode 2

Elizabeth regains consciousness in the Toys department after she returns to Rapture. After she is introduced to Atlas and agrees to help him return to the city, she must search the area for an exit to the rest of the building. The Toy department has suffered a lot more damage than in the previous episode, likely due to the enraged Big Daddy's confrontation with Elizabeth and its ensuing rampage. After investigating the area, she gains access to a service area not previously accessible.


Burial at Sea - Episode 1Edit

Burial at Sea - Episode 2Edit

Behind the ScenesEdit

Gaulois cigar advertisement
  • In the background, one can hear Chopin's Nocturne Op.9 No.2.[2]
  • The Toys department, at least as it appears in Burial at Sea - Episode 2, was designed by John Fuhrer.
  • After Elizabeth wakes up in the Toy Department in Episode 2, the pneumo lines attached to the ceiling and the ornamental lighting sconces are no longer present. This is done so that the player can't jump to the exit and skip the narrative exposition.
  • The Captain of Industry Playset poster is based on a Gaulois cigar advertisement.
  • If the player uses Console Commands to return to this area after coming back from Columbia in Episode 2, they will find the episode's intro sequence with Atlas, Lonnie, Sally and an Atlas follower playing out continuously in a loop, with Booker and some effects missing.


  1. While not seen in the department, a basketball labeled "Fontaine Toys" can be found in Ryan the Lion Preparatory Academy during Burial at Sea - Episode 2.
  2. The music on YouTube
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