The character design in Dishonored easily matches the quality of the architecture found around the city. Each person (or supernatural being) has their own unique look, style and personality. You know the developers have made interesting and engaging characters when you love to hate them and hate to love them. Some of the more prominent residents of Dunwall were kind enough to pose for a few portraits.
I made a list of all the swear words the Admiral uses. Callista made me throw it away.
Ok, so that probably wasnt her exact quote, but at some point in the game Emily tells Corvo something along those lines, and I remember laughing really hard at this. (if you arent paying attention to the junk Emily says, youre missing out)
So heres my illustration of how i hope that went down.
“Ah, Captain Vimes. Would you like to try this excellent Quirmian vintage?”
Vimes turned from where he was hammering on the wall to see Vetinari, reclining with a book and a glass of wine.
“Never build yourself a cellar you wouldn’t be happy to be bricked up in,” Vetinari said with a shrug.
The Cask of Ankh-Morpork, by Sir Terry Pratchett
Pterry never really said anything about the physical appearance of characters, an d YET this is canon
hi im havelock vetinari and i have short ebony black backcombed hair and a rly neat goatee and i wear only black (thats why ridcully thinks i look like a predatory flamingo) and my eyes are icy blue like limpid tears and a lot of people tell me i look like Charles dance (A/N:if u dont know who he is get the hell out of here!!). im not related to margolotta von uberwald but i wish i was because she is a major hottie. i have pale skin and im super skinny. im also the patrician of ankh morpork and the most powerful man on the disc. im a Lord (in case u havnt noticed) and i wear black a lot. for example today i was wearing black robes with black boots and black gloves. i was walking outside my winter palace. it was raining and snowing and there was no sun which i was very happy about. sam vimes stared at me. i arched my eyebrow at him
1. arrange the politics of the country over a period of years so that poisoning you will be more trouble than it is worth and interfere with the private ambitions of too many people just at the moment.
2. Make sure that there are among the city’s civil service some more unpredictable men who will consider your poisoning a personal insult against them, and generally cause a lot of fuss.
3. Then eat whatever you please.
Havelock Vetinari’s recipe for bread and water, Nanny Ogg’s Cookbook