Rosalind’s voxophones to Robert are dated 1983. According to Bioshock Infinite’s timeline, the main storyline takes place in 1912, and the Lutece twins were ‘murdered’ in 1909.
1893 to 1909. That means Rosalind and Robert were together for at least sixteen years. That also puts into perspective how young they were when they invented the Lutece particle; assuming they look to be in their late 30s (forever, thanks to Fink), and they were together sixteen years prior to that, they must have been in their early 20s when they invented that machine. At that age (give or take a year or two, 22 or so) Rosalind had already figured out how to transfuse her alternate self into her own universe.
1909 to 1912. After spending sixteen years together, they spent another 3 years scattered across space and time (if time is even relevant to them anymore).
No wonder they’re so close. Not only for genetic reasons, but to have spent almost half your life with someone like that? Their relationship is so tight-knit and amazing.
TLDR; I love the Lutece twins and everything about their intellect and their relationship.
Status: WIP series Rating: G-T Warnings: Blood, violence
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