"One thing I've learned; if you don't draw first, you don't get to draw at all."
|Title||The False Shepherd|
|Origin||BioShock Infinite (2013)|
|Voice Actors||Troy Baker|
|Activities||Fighting, Private Investigating, Rescuing Elizabeth from Columbia|
|Weapons and Powers||A wide variety of firearms and Vigors|
Booker DeWitt is a thirty-eighty year old male, and a former Pinkerton Agent. Through his vocalization, DeWitt reveals his past experiences, and shows his ability to make decisions for himself. DeWitt seeks to pay out a debt from excessive drinking and gambling, and in doing so, stumbles into the flying city of Columbia, embarking on a quest to find the girl and escape the city to pay his debt.
Booker was once apart of the 7th Calvary Regiment of the United States Army, and fought in the Battle of Wounded Knee, where he gained the nickname "The White Injun" do to him taking trophies from his kills. His actions at Wounded Knee caused him severe depression and mental scarring, leading to alcoholism and gambling. He became a member of the Pinkerton Agency, being tasked to break up union strike efforts. He was eventually disgraced to do his extreme actions on the job. DeWitt's wife eventually passed away while giving birth to their child, Anna.In 1912, Booker is contacted by a client giving him a chance to pay off his debts, The client gives Booker information about the job, being tasked with locating and escorting a young women named Elizabeth to New York City. DeWitt arrives at a Lighthouse, being dropped off by two scientists by row boat. Exploring the Lighthouse, Booker discovers a series of gruesome notes written in blood, reminding him to pay off his debts, these include a bloody, tied-up corpse. Reaching the top of the Lighthouse, Booker is strapped into a chair inside of a strange machine. The machine launches, sending him up at high speeds above the clouds, and into Columbia.
- BioShock Infinite