Is it possible to change the title? Not everyone reads every post, so they could easily land on a spoiler in a thread that says "no spoilers exist." Worst case I could just PM you the question.
But dying is the same as making a decision. There are parallel worlds where the person is alive even when they're dead in one universe, as seen by all those people you killed who are between life and death after you go through a tear, so it stands to reason that killing Booker would be meaningless. He'd just refuse to accept the drowning in a parallel world, anyway.
Wait wait wait, I was under the impression that every decision split into different worlds. You make it sound like this phenomenon revolves around the events of the game while I understood it more to be the way the universe has always been. Did I miss something?by killing booker you never put the cat in the box to begin with, hence no split dimensions.
Interesting theory: what if Elizabeth made drowning seem like a form of penance unnecessarily, since the version of him that became Comstock was the one that was looking for it? The Booker that needed redemption would be dead, while the version of him that ran away from it (which became "our" Booker) refuses it like the baptism, meaning that only our version of Booker survives.well one theory is that by drowning he kills the drunken booker dimension that sells anna, and he also kills comstock, but that he creates a alt dimension where he doesnt drown and turns into sober booker and doesnt sell anna, which is kinda the ending we saw after the credits.
Yeah, I hope someone knows what the deal is with that. Seems like too big a plot point to leave it completely unresolved.as for npcs dying in one dimension then going crazy not sure exactly what was going on im sure there is an explanation.