wow, no love for the cage --- I love you http://i.imgur.com/WdV2q.gif?1
#5PutHaggarInSFPosted 3/26/2013 10:52:34 PM
I picked the cage, because in that situation I would see it as a reminder of what it's like to be captive and how amazing freedom is. But really, either option makes a heap of sense. I couldn't believe how long it took me to make such a "simple" decision. --- http://i.minus.com/iyi2ItPQPd3Pm.gif Marn liiiiike http://last.fm/user/AnathemaOfZos Gamertag: aGeorgeDivided
#6ZenzokukenXPosted 3/26/2013 10:54:17 PM
The bird..... it shows that she is now free from the prison she grew up in. I see the cage as a reminder of that life.
Was an easy choice IMO. --- PC, Xbizzle, PS3 PSP Go & 3000
#7ZenzokukenXPosted 3/26/2013 11:00:39 PM
Sorry for double post but...
In the strategy guide, all the artwork I have noticed has her wearing the bird.... which I guess you could say makes it cannon over the cage? --- PC, Xbizzle, PS3 PSP Go & 3000
#8RyoKaibaPosted 3/26/2013 11:08:15 PM
Nezu Chiza posted...
The Bird simply because I liked the Lady being wrong for once.
She's wrong quite often. Did you see the chalk-board with the "Head's" marks? He guessed it would be heads all those times. --- "Hate the sin, love the sinner. But sometimes it's hard to look past all that sin and find the person behind it." -Joshua Graham; Fallout: NV
#9SkankhairPosted 3/26/2013 11:13:27 PM
I picked the cage because the people in Columbia think they are free, but they are all actually trapped in a cave built by gravity. Rapture, too, was a cage.
Maybe I was over-thinking a choice that posed no consequences. --- If you don't believe in myths, fairy tales, ghosts, and zombie resurrections, and are 100% proud of this, put this in your sig.
#10DeathGodGarraPosted 3/26/2013 11:16:14 PM
I picked the bird because Elizabeth being free and all that jazz. Also, having a cage picture on a necklace just seemed weird to me. --- See You, Space Cowboy! GT: Alex Sobecki http://www.youtube.com/user/LinkinX112