To rescue a Little Sister, approach her after you have defeated her Big Daddy guardian. with another stating he saved the Little Sisters and went up 'happily ever after'. User Info: SlingoRingo. Bringing detruction and death. Elizabeth isn't going to tell herself: "I saved some version of Sally, that's good enough. She will most likely be crying over his body and will not run away. I prefer the ending where Lamb is killed. They are there at Jack's deathbed as a family - a family he never truly had. Evil Ending in Bioshock 1 isn't Canon. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. As for the end of BioShock 1, I don't think the evil ending is canon. Since Constants are a thing in BioShock it's no stretch that Elizabeth would figure out a way to make the good ending a Constant through all realities. © Valve Corporation. find the 'ace in the hole', he is refering to the trigger phrase that Suchong created that is used to make Jack do what he says - 'Would You Kindly', followed by whatever action he wants him to do. At the end of BioShock, assuming. this means there are an infinite number of universes, for all the different combonations and choices we make. Yes the good ending of 1 is canon, as seen in BaS and Bioshock 2. Is the Bioshock 1 good ending considered canon? Jack and the battle between him and Fontaine. Unfortunately, sequels of games with major choices are generally written so that it doesn't really matter which you choose. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. But part of Elizabeth's "leap of faith" is faith in Jack, that more versions of him will choose the good than the bad. To achieve the Best Ending, every single one of the 21 Little Sisters must be rescued. The Extra Bad ending-You must Harvest ALL little sisters-It the exact same as the other bad ending, same scene. Also, Sofia Lamb takes over as the leader of Rapture with both Fontaine and Ryan out of the way, which is why she was able to convince the Splicers and Big Sisters to kill Delta. Because when all of those line up the heroes will be left with the means and intent to make a better world and break that cycle of violence. Constants and variables. If you decided to be mixed or just plain out merciless towards them, you got the bad ending - Jack takes Fontaine's genetic key, takes over Rapture himself and becomes the King of Splicers. I'll tell you why. All rights reserved. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. Currently playing Bioshock 2 Gamertag: Hades Smites. This example is used HEAVILY in Infinite, and who's to say that the alternate endings at the end of both the first and second game aren't just alternate universes caused by constants and variables? Get the best ending by rescuing ALL the Little Sisters. My question is: which of the good endings for BioShock 2 is considered canon? There's always a lighthouse, always a man, and always a city. Which I think is sort of a message to the players, that in real life you can't single handedly fix everything but you can choose good and make a difference and if enough people do that real change will happen. sm. you saved every Little Sister you came across or saved, you got the good ending - Jack takes five cured Little Sisters back to the surface with him, where they grow up into adults and live full lives. One Splicer in particular says that he is on the surface, 'high ballin' it with all the cancan girls.' Both these quotes seem to state that Jack did indeed save the Little Sisters and go back to the surface with them. They are there at Jack's deathbed as a family - … Both are canon, many universes exist for both options. Bioshock 2 has none of that, it just takes place after 1, thus it's only one of an infinite number of events that happened after 1. Only the man, the city, the lighthouse and the other consistencies are definite. Or is it a plot hole and Elizabeth hopes he saves them, but Jack could also turn into an asshole and just kill all the sisters.. Idk about the ending. At the end of BioShock, assuming you saved every Little Sister you came across or saved, you got the good ending - Jack takes five cured Little Sisters back to the surface with him, where they grow up into adults and live full lives. I just beat BaS episode 2 and it shows Jack saving the little sisters. But the central theme of the series is choice and free will, and for that to exist the heroes have to also have the option to choose bad. 8 comments. Or is it a plot hole and Elizabeth hopes he saves them, but Jack could also turn into an asshole and just kill all the sisters.. Idk about the ending, The good ending is the canon ending in Bioshock, Yep. There are two, the commonality between them being saving the Little Sisters. Depending on whether Delta spares or kills Grace Holloway, Stanley Poole, and Dr. Gilbert Alexander, Eleanor can either kill or spare Sofia Lamb. Shortly afterwards, a scene plays where a missle launcher comes out of the ocean while some fisherman are examining the lighthouse, implying he is going to leave Rapture and move onto the rest of the world.