Bioshock 2: If Delta Had LivedIf Delta had Lived.
I stepped to the side so a little sister could look at her reflection in the water. She raised a hand to her eyes,
feeling around them, smiling. I smiled through my helmet. "Father, we're going to move the elevator to the shore,
mind helping me figure out how?" Eleanor asked, placing a hand on my shoulder. I shook my head and followed Eleanor
to the elevator. Sophia was still in there, taking deep breathes with her
oxygen mask. I frowned. Eleanor may forgive her, but im not one to forgive easily.
She had put me through hell, and i intended to simply ignore her. I wouldn't hurt
her, not because I forgave her obviously, but because I wouldn't do that to Eleanor.
Our bond may be broken but that didn't mean I loved her any less.
Eleanor pulled a lever on the side and the door opened and water flushed out, back
into the ocean. Lamb slowly stood to her feet and rung out her hair. She removed
the oxygen mask and glared at me, her eyes full of hatred. I glared back, althoug
Johnny TopsideJohnny Topside
Although I was never too big a fan of the ocean, right now it intrigued me. I watched as the sun slowly began to sink over the horizon, the clouds stained with a wonderful orange, and the sky itself, a blend of every color imaginable. This sight made me look to the water and I realized how strange it looked; as if it were calling to me.
"Just think about my offer, will ya Johnny?" My brother, William, asked me. His offer. One could get lost at a moment like this, and William just ruined it.
"I don't know, William," I said, "The ocean is such a strange place-"
"So is Columbia! Come on brother don't deny me of this. You know I can't do it; I gotta take care of Mamma. Someone has to, and I rank best in the medical field in this family." William sat up; placing his hands onto the boulder we were sitting on to steady him. "I know you don't want to do this and I'm sorry for dragging you into it but I have lots of people who want their money
What am I going to do with you?He dropped his gaze from the hell that surrounded him to the sleeping child in his arms. He frowned and held her tighter, taking note of the sounds of Zombies prowling
somewhere in Der Riese. Nikolai Belinski was alone again, and it was a familiar feeling. The sleeping eight year old in his arms was his daughter, and her mother was gone,
taken by Zombies he could only figure. Takeo had found her body and he hadn't been able to look. Nikolai thought back to the last time he had seen her alive. Her long red and
brown hair lying carelessly over her shoulders and her torn gettysberg hoodie clung tight and her dangerous stance where she felt threatened. Her smile...her laugh... just
her... Nikolai felt tears welling up in his eyes. No, he thought. He would not cry, because he never cried. When was last time he had done so? birth? had he even cried then? He
lowered his head and set his eyes apon the only thing he had left to remember her by. She yawned and reached out and clasped her hand ar