Bioshock Infinite Walkthrough Part 5 – A Day At the Fair: Get to Monument Island (Fairgrounds to Raffle Square)
With the fair thoroughly explored look for the around for the ticket booth. You will find it nearby the Handyman Exhibit (look for the large machine with the man's head). Interact with it to find out that all the tickets are sold out. After that look around for the green display. There you will find a sample of the Possession Vigor. Grab it from the Possession Hawker and you will have the tool you need to move forward. If you are unsure of how to use this vigor just go over to the nearby projector to learn the details. It will explain that turns machines from enemies into allies for a time.
With all that just turn back to the ticket vender. Use the Possession Vigor on it to convince it you are someone else and it will let you through. Be sure to take a moment to turn around and replenish the Salts that you expended. This will give you a second burst of Possession in case you need it a bit later.
Head on through the gate. You will be stopped briefly by a couple asking simply heads or tails. Booker will take the coin and flip it. It comes up heads. Now head on down the Path of Scrolls. Just across from where you came in you will find a Dollar Bill Vending Machine. If you desperately need something you can buy it here but it is better to skip this one. Still, look at its base to find some loot. Also, listen to the children to learn something more about a creature called a Songbird. Search the immediate area then head over to the right. You will find 2 Policemen talking about the one's new skyhook. He explains that their division is going to working on flushing out the Vox from the Sky-Lines.
Just keep moving along the path and look for a statue. You will see this statue phase from being male to female in a matter of seconds. Approach it to read the plaque and grab the Voxophone Recording sitting at the base of the statue, Constance Field: “For I am Lonely, Too”. Be sure to check the benches nearby for some goodies as well. Check opposite the statue for numerous barrel that have a lot of loot inside them. After that just head down the path. You will find a a poster claiming you will know the false shepherd by his mark and DeWitt has those very markings on the back of his hand. From there just head down the path toward the singing. There are only a few things more to loot on the way there. Just be sure to take your time and investigate the trashcans, barrels and benches. While it might not seem like many Silver Eagles are coming your way, you will soon have a good number being thorough.
At the end of the path you will find yourself in a park with a stage. Head down to the stage and talk with the woman handing out baseballs. She will give you one randomly: #77. That cannot be good. Jeremiah Fink will announce the winner of the raffle, giving you the first throw of whatever is happening here. It becomes very apparent very quickly what is going on. You have a choice to throw the ball at the couple or the announcer or simply do nothing. The choice is your to make though the outcome is all the same immediately. This will play some into the next chapter in terms of being explained.
Some police men will jump Booker as he goes to throw the ball or put it down. They notice the mark on his hand which makes him the False Shepherd. Things are taking a major turn for the worse now.
Developer(s) Irrational Games
Publisher(s) 2K Games
Director(s) Ken Levine
Producer(s) Mike Syrnyk
Programmer(s) Christopher Kline
Artist(s) Scott Sinclair
Writer(s) Ken Levine
Composer(s) Garry Schyman
Engine Unreal Engine 3
March 26, 2013
Genre(s) First-person shooter
BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter video game developed by Irrational Games and published by 2K Games. It was released worldwide for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 platforms on March 26, 2013; an OS X port by Aspyr was later released on August 29, 2013 and a Linux port was released on March 17, 2015. Infinite is the third installment in the BioShock series, and though it is not immediately part of the storyline of previous BioShock games, it features similar gameplay concepts and themes. Irrational Games and creative director Ken Levine based the game's setting on historical events at the turn of the 20th century, such as the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, and based the story on the concept of American excepti
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