So, I have been thinking lately that I would be interested in starting. I have been wanting to run a role play regarding Bioshock Infinite. Between Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth, It would be rather useful if you have played the game or have an understanding of how it flows it may help in the long run, thought if you have not but you are still interested please do PM me still and we can discuss it.
Thought this would be probably located in the City Of Columbia, the city that fly’s, I would like to also give the options of using Rapture back in its days and glory. On slightly thing I wish to change is the fact that Booker is no longer the father of Elizabeth, You will understand this if you know the story thought we can discuss this if you are interested.
If you are interesting in still role playing this just because of the locations still do PM me as, I would love to works something out it does not have to follow the story of the game,I just love the characters and the locations
Please feel free to PM me or post on the thread if you think you may be interested in this.
Here is a little description of the two locations
Rapture lies at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean, as a gleaming metropolis of massive Art Deco-styled buildings, connected by networks of reinforced glass tunnels, bathysphere transport systems and submerged railways. It largely resembles the Manhattan borough of New York in both size as well as general appearance. The city is completely self-sustaining and all of its electricity, including pumping networks, water filtration, air purification and defense systems, are powered by the volcanic vents in Hephaestus. Fresh food and oxygen recycling are taken care of by large areas of cultivated forests and farms centralized in the Arcadia zone, as well as fish along with other sea life from Neptune's Bounty.
Columbia is a floating city in the sky. Composed of neoclassical buildings constructed on giant reactors and self-sustaining balloons, Columbia is able to literally fly over the clouds. It is eventually revealed that it is actually quantum mechanics which allows the city to float, not the reactors and balloons. Conceived by Zachary Hale Comstock, it was eventually constructed with the blessing of the U.S. government, and under the guidance of quantum physicist Rosalind Lutece.