Didn't Emily die? - Dishonored 2 discussion (SPOILERS) :: Dishonored General Discussions
Exploring the mysteries of the end of Dishonored as we know it. We know his connection to the void is waning and his health isn't in the best of spirits (he looks incredibly aged and eventually dies in his sleep, but he's only 57 Killing the Outsider without bringing in the help of Emily or Corvo reminds me. For Dishonored on the Xbox , a GameFAQs message board topic titled "So, Corvo and Emily. think the way he reacts to her in-game suggests a more "pure " relationship? The low chaos ending seems to confirm she's his daughter. . Popular:Red Dead Redemption 2 GuideRed Dead Redemption 2. If you have the bad ending in Dishonored then Emily dies. If that's the case, how does Dishonored 2 work since you can play Emily. This has.
I prefer that motivation for the character as opposed to just they're related, which is why he's rescuing her. But that's just me, and I guess I found it confusing simply because it wasn't obviouc to me or what I got from the first game. But it's also just personal preference: I do understand you perfectly.
Most of the time I also hold non-blood relationships in higher regard than actual family relations And I also think there's something "stronger" involved in caring for those who are not related by blood. But perhaps that is also why I loved this detail in the Dishonored story, it made me question my own stance. I think many things in the game try to tell you that what you do, you do for revenge since you were wronged, you were innocent yet imprisoned, you'll get a chance to avenge yourself and clear your name And then suddenly, you may realize it never mattered much.
Although the Loyalists seem to think that's what drives Corvo, the truth is much more humane. Even though Corvo is a lone wolf, he's not driven by anger, vengeful thoughts and a sense of duty as much as he's driven by love, and I think that gives him a softer side and brings some credibility as well.
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I also find father-child relationships somewhat more interesting than mother-child ones, perhaps because there's no such physical bond as between a mother and her child. Whatever fathers choose to do is not so much defined by what's biologically mandatory. And since Corvo has never been acknowledged as Emily's father, it's interesting to see what kind of a relationship they have developed nevertheless.
Originally posted by lostsomething: The only thing I really found surprising is that in setting it seems to have gone from being a popular rumor in the first game to public knowledge in the second.Dishonored 2 - All Endings (Emily) (HD) [1080p60FPS]
This puzzles me too. Death of the Outsider. Naturally, there are some big story spoilers ahead. Why did Daud really want to kill the Outsider?
Granted, you can halfway see why the pair would want to put an end to a man who has had such a negative impact on themselves and the world around them, but no one just wakes up one day and decides to kill a god. What pushed Daud over the edge?
Did something happen to him? What was the deal with Billy's arm and eye?
Lore Spoiler Discussion: About Emily and Corvo's relationship :: Dishonored 2 General Discussions
This is probably the question that everybody will ask when first playing Death of the Outsider: Deep breath, here goes. It turns out that Aramis is stuck in a time loop between the past and the present and, if you rescue him out of it, the past retcons itself so that he never went missing in the first place.
So, there are now two alternate realities: Where were the Kaldwins? Have we misunderstood the Outsider this whole time?