In this Columbia, the conflict between the two factions is at a tipping point, though Chen Lin, partially phased out of time , has had his tools confiscated. Traveling through to Shantytown , home of the poor and oppressed citizens of Columbia, the pair arrive at the local police station to recover what they find to be a huge pile of the gunsmith's tools.
After passing through another Tear where the tools are no longer in the police station, Booker and Elizabeth find themselves in a Columbia in the middle of an uprising. In this changed reality, where Booker was a lieutenant of Daisy Fitzroy and working with Cornelius Slate to bring down Comstock's reign of oppression, the alternate Booker was killed in the process. Chen Lin and his wife are dead, but not before the gunsmith had supplied enough weapons for an armed revolution. After Booker assists the Vox in taking over Finkton , Fitzroy kills Jeremiah Fink, ending his ruthless exploitation of the poor.
Paranoid, bloodthirsty and mad with power, Fitzroy orders the death of Booker as a counterfeit, and Elizabeth, who then kills Fitzroy when she is about to murder a child. It is suggested that Preston E. Downs takes over leadership of the Vox Populi, who rampage across Columbia, burning entire Founder districts to the ground and murdering many innocent citizens. Booker and Elizabeth head out to destroy the Siphon , while the whole of Columbia is shown to be in flames as the Vox take over the city.
It is unknown whether the Vox in the original timeline were truly this bloodthirsty, or if this was simply another facet of the alternate timeline. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. The Vox all locked up in the Good Time Club prison. A female Vox Populi member inspecting her Broadsider. Two Vox Soldiers in front of Port Prosperity. Vox Populi patriot, carrying a soldier, in the likeness of Abraham Lincoln. A Vox member looking over an unearthed grave in Memorial Gardens.
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