The Dishonored series - we can call it a series now, right? - is all about letting you run amok with otherworldly powers, using them as you see fit to create a sandbox of righteous vengeance. With the introduction of Emily's power set in Dishonored 2 (opens in new tab), players are finding all sorts of ways to wreak havoc in Karnaca. But one power, Domino, is shining brighter than the others.
Domino links the fates of two or more individuals to an original source. In other words, whatever happens to your initial target will happen to the people you link with the power. It's resulted in a lot of creative takedowns and some ironic justice being meted out, so we've gathered 10 of its best, most satisfying uses here for your enjoyment. Take a gander:
The first thing to know is that Domino doesn't always go off without a hitch.
Domino: still the best. [Dishonored 2] pic.twitter.com/dFbEYa4Hn7November 14, 2016
Tom Francis, developer of Gunpoint, has a series of "Domino Justice" gifs…
Worth a second playthrough just to get Domino in time for this. pic.twitter.com/DDYxlOElkhNovember 16, 2016
...which gives guards who abuse power…
Domino Justice #3 pic.twitter.com/wsOQPfk6feNovember 17, 2016
...a taste of their own medicine…
Domino Justice #4 pic.twitter.com/gTID7jH8lPNovember 19, 2016
...and the medicine is bullets…
Domino Justice #5: Premature Retribution? Seems to reveal the script kills the civilian as soon as she's pushed. pic.twitter.com/nnHF4M4x3KNovember 19, 2016
...or falling off a building…
Domino Justice #6: Not Really Justice, I Just Ruined An Emotional Mercy Killing pic.twitter.com/HYSnTABGI6November 21, 2016
...or swords to the throat.
Then there's this player, who tricks a guard into … suicide, I guess?
Of course, if you want to see master use of Domino, you go to the source. This is what it looks like when developer Arkane shows off.
Take a nap, boys.
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