What Then? *Spoilers*
So, the bathysphere comes to the surface, but then what? I'm pretty sure you couldn't actually pilot it, besides have it float to the surface. And even if you could, the control room is flooded (and probably damaged from the explosion). So, does that mean Eleanor (and if you got the good ending, the little sisters) are stuck on it, in the middle of nowhere? I'm also certain it was mentioned that there was some form of security around the lighthouse, like a mist that gets people lost, before being shot down by a missile, so itís unlikely that a ship will come get them anytime soon.
This is really just me thinking way too deep into it, but I am interested.
Also, the little sisters that were in the good ending - were they the ones you saved previously throughout the game, or the newer lot of kidnapped children not yet fully turned? Or both? Because I'm wondering what happened to the other girls. I doubt Tenenbaum had a good safe house like in the previous game, and the girls were new to Rapture, so they would have no idea where to go. Also, where were they in the bathysphere? And can they breathe underwater?
Again, me over analysing the plot. But I am interested in hearing your thoughts and opinions.
I don't know how they'd go about getting away, but for the LS's you did a whole mission where you had to defend 2 orphanages so Eleanor could save or harvest those Little Sisters for help.
A few things:
First off, they are the little sisters that Eleanor saved in Persephone, second, they arent little sisters at the point of boiling the water, so no, they cannot breathe underwater. At that point I believe that Eleanor is supposed to be keepingthem alive or something. Next, Eleanor has the collective brainpower of most of the dead in rapture, now remember, these were the most brilliant people in the world. Im guessing that she could pilot it just fine.
Next, the control room was full of water, but it wasent a bathysphere, i was a private submersible (very large submersible) so it is likely that it was mostly intact, meaning that the little sisters would be safely out of the way.
To finish, due to the glass pannels and relative lack of machinery in the room that Eleanor delt wth lamb in, It is unlikely that that was the control hub. More likely it was a kind of observation deck or a cabin for the rider. As such, the controls could thus be as intact as ever (For, you see, the submersible was working just fine).
That was just my two cents.
i imagine sinclair thought of that problem, he is smart enough not to make an escape pod that just sits there. the pod probably had enough fuel to make it back to land or a radio to contact one of his old friends from the surface or at least a depository of food.
now that i think about it though, the amount of time it has been sitting in one spot must have had an effect on the mechanics. splicers probably stole what they could use too.
well lets just assume she got out; how lame would it be for her to survive the rapture horror just to die from hunger on the surface?
recently i noticed people have been using this phrase unnecessarily like this. is there a popular person everyone wants to be like throwing it around or something?
Originally Posted by Jerry Dime