lutece twin

lord i’m so sorry…….i’ve been thinking about this since i first read stone ocean

a bioshock infinite crossover for my favorite dysfunctional father and daughter

Things I adore in Bioshock: Infinite

1. You get to fight White Nationalists 

2. It ties in beautifully with the first game.

3. Robert and Rosalind Lutece are the same person but from different universes and while they are very similar, there are some key differences between them. Rosalind shows at various points throughout the game that she is colder than her “brother”, a bit more serious and cynical. Both characters reached the same place in their careers, but everything Robert did, Rosalind had to do as a woman in the early 1900s and the game is reflective of the fact she would have had to be a harsher person to get where he did.

4. Elizabeth can hold her own.

  • Person: BioShock sucks, why do you like it so much
  • Mom: no
  • Dad: no
  • Dog: no
  • Cat: no
  • Me: /opens up 500 page powerpoint/ WELLLLLLLLLLLLL DO I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY ABOUT THAT

Drunk Robert forgets to use his inside voice and talks way too close to people’s ears, and Drunk Rosalind gets awfully cocky and annoys the hell out of Comstock.

I really love how the Lutece “twins” in BioShock Infinite aren’t actually twins. They are literally the same person but from two alternate universes, the only difference being that one is male and the other is female. Rosalind Lutece and Robert Lutece literally collaborated from their own universes to invent a way of crossing universes so that they could meet in person. Absolutely amazing, that is.


Another SakuraCon over and done! How fast they fly. This one was a blast, especially since it was the first time that my sister @echoofmidnight and I were able to go to a con at the same time. Doing Robert Lutece from Bioshock Infinite was a lot of fun, and people flocked to my infusion flask, which was definitely worth the work for the detail. My big curly hair was incredibly difficult to tame and the suit was just a bit too large but the props were what made the cosplay for me, and I’m certainly happy with it. Got to see some neat people (including we ran into Matt Mercer on the sidewalk!!), buy some neat things, and once we got back we played a 6-hour dnd one-shot (my first time actually playing and not just watching videos) and it was the hardest I’ve laughed in literal years and years.