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*'''''Fallout: New Vegas ''(2010) '''[''Julie Farkas/Lieutenant Carrie Boyd/Doctor Usanagi/Christine Royce/Vera Keyes''] Like most NPCs "Julie Farkas" and "Carrie Boyd" can be killed by the player character at any point in the game. "Christine Royce" will be die if the player character chooses to obey [[Richard Herd]]'s orders to kill her. Finally, "Vera Keyes" dies two hundred years prior to the start of the game, having committed suicide via a morphine overdose after being trapped inside the Sierra Madre by the casino's malfunctioning security systems.
 
*'''''Fallout: New Vegas ''(2010) '''[''Julie Farkas/Lieutenant Carrie Boyd/Doctor Usanagi/Christine Royce/Vera Keyes''] Like most NPCs "Julie Farkas" and "Carrie Boyd" can be killed by the player character at any point in the game. "Christine Royce" will be die if the player character chooses to obey [[Richard Herd]]'s orders to kill her. Finally, "Vera Keyes" dies two hundred years prior to the start of the game, having committed suicide via a morphine overdose after being trapped inside the Sierra Madre by the casino's malfunctioning security systems.
 
*'''''Final Fantasy XIII-2'' (2012)''' [''Serah Farron'']: Dies after gaining a vision from the future of a doomsday event. She is resurrected in '''''Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII'''''.
 
*'''''Final Fantasy XIII-2'' (2012)''' [''Serah Farron'']: Dies after gaining a vision from the future of a doomsday event. She is resurrected in '''''Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII'''''.
*'''''Bioshock Infinite ''(2013) '''[''Lady Comstock/The Siren''] Murdered (offscreen) by [http://cinemorgue.wikia.com/wiki/Kiff_VandenHeuvel?action=edit&redlink=1 Kiff VandenHeuvel] several years prior to the events of the game in an attempt to prevent her from revealing [[Courtney Taylor]]'s true parentage to the rest of Columbia. Late in the game, Kiff uses Courtney's siphoned powers to resurrect Laura as the Siren, before setting her loose on [[Troy Baker]]; after being defeated in combat and being persuaded into backing down, she ultimately dissipates.
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*'''''Bioshock Infinite ''(2013) '''[''Lady Comstock/The Siren''] Murdered (offscreen) by [http://cinemorgue.wikia.com/wiki/Kiff_VandenHeuvel?action=edit&redlink=1 Kiff VandenHeuvel] several years prior to the events of the game in an attempt to prevent her from revealing [[Courtnee Draper]]'s true parentage to the rest of Columbia. Late in the game, Kiff uses Courtney's siphoned powers to resurrect Laura as the Siren, before setting her loose on [[Troy Baker]]; after being defeated in combat and being persuaded into backing down, she ultimately dissipates.
   
 
==Notable connections==
 
==Notable connections==

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Laura Bailey (1981 - )

TV Deaths

  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood: Death of the Undying (2010) [Lust]: Burned to death during her confrontation with Travis Willingham.

Video Game Deaths

  • Fallout: New Vegas (2010) [Julie Farkas/Lieutenant Carrie Boyd/Doctor Usanagi/Christine Royce/Vera Keyes] Like most NPCs "Julie Farkas" and "Carrie Boyd" can be killed by the player character at any point in the game. "Christine Royce" will be die if the player character chooses to obey Richard Herd's orders to kill her. Finally, "Vera Keyes" dies two hundred years prior to the start of the game, having committed suicide via a morphine overdose after being trapped inside the Sierra Madre by the casino's malfunctioning security systems.
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 (2012) [Serah Farron]: Dies after gaining a vision from the future of a doomsday event. She is resurrected in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.
  • Bioshock Infinite (2013) [Lady Comstock/The Siren] Murdered (offscreen) by Kiff VandenHeuvel several years prior to the events of the game in an attempt to prevent her from revealing Courtnee Draper's true parentage to the rest of Columbia. Late in the game, Kiff uses Courtney's siphoned powers to resurrect Laura as the Siren, before setting her loose on Troy Baker; after being defeated in combat and being persuaded into backing down, she ultimately dissipates.

Notable connections

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