In Dunwall, there is a huge rich/poor divide and nowhere is this more
evident than in the next scene, when this snooty aristocrat orders his
chauffeur to drive over the charred remains of the fallen peasants. You
could cut the disdain in the air with a knife.
We're not sure who the fop in the car is, but he's almost certainly
party to the wide-scale governmental corruption which has torn Dunwall
apart, and that alone is enough to make Corvo feel a bit 'stabby'. Our
man watches the count's movements from a nearby rooftop and prepares to
But first, it's time to suit up. This unsightly mask acts as an air filter, making him impervious to the deadly rat plague.
Once fitted, he gives chase in a pulsating scramble across the rooftops which immediately brings to mind Assassin's Creed.
It's possible (although immensely difficult) to make it through to the
end of Dishonored without ever killing anyone. This jerk had it coming,
though. Again echoing Assassin's Creed, Corvo stalks his prey from above
and when the moment comes, he leaps from his perch and drives a knife
through his head, killing him in one fluid motion. Dead.