|Elizabeth is a little annoying, isn't she? She can't determine her fate. Even if she knowns that Bookers is her only friend, she kills him. I feel like it's many stories about one killer that can't stop killing. And it's Elizabeth, of course. We see many Bookers - hero, fallen, tyrant. But just one Ellie with many dresses. Typical woman I would say. I think that's reason why I can't like her for whole game, especially DLC. :c|
Typical woman? Heh, no. If you mean by typical that she’s cunning, smart, and highly adaptable then I’ll agree. It’s not her fault that she’s stuck in this suckfest of infinite universes, she’s doing the best she can to make things right. She didn’t kill Booker for the sake of killing, Booker made that choice to help her fix a mistake that HE made. I’m not sure I understand your argument here and from what I can gather I don’t think I agree.
KIDDING JUST KIDDING. I love hearing different opinions.
Booker, you there? I miss you.
When my favorite things collide. Like what? Vivien Leigh as Elizabeth’s mother, eh fake mother.
make me choose — chignonesque asked: rosalind or robert lutece
bioshock infinite: scenery pt.6 - burial at sea
|do you think the torture scene was irrelevant or unnecessary?|
It sure as hell made me uncomfortable. I don’t know, do you think it was?