Songbird, Songbird, see him fly, drop the children from the sky. When the young ones misbehave, escorts children to their grave. Never back-talk, never lie, or he'll drop you from the sky!


When Elizabeth was imprisoned in Columbia, Songbird was created for the sole purpose of keeping her imprisoned within her Tower, and became the most feared creature in the city. During that time, it was Elizabeth's only company, bringing her such things as books, food, and drinks. Although it held her captive, the creature was her caretaker and protector. As a child, Elizabeth viewed Songbird as a friend but later came to hate it for keeping her imprisoned. When she escapes, Songbird is intent on bringing her back, even if it means destroying anyone and anything near her, including Booker DeWitt and even the Tower that she's kept in.

Powers and Stats

Tier: Low 7-C

Name: Songbird

Origin: BioShock Infinite

Gender: Male

Age: 62

Classification: Biomechanical Construct, Guardian of Elizabeth

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman strength, speed, reflexes, durability, and endurance, Flight

Attack Potency: Small Town level (Was able to destroy the Monument Tower Siphon)

Speed: Subsonic+ (Can outsped Booker riding a skyhook rail, Much faster than Columbian military zeppelins)

Lifting Strength: At least Class 25 by virtue of size

Striking Strength: Small Town Class (Can tear apart giant airships with little effort)

Durability: At least Small Town level (Survived the destruction of the Monument Island Siphon with only minor injuries)

Stamina: Superhuman

Range: Several meters by virtue of size

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: Below Average

Weaknesses: Can be controlled by a Songbird Defense System Whistler, cannot survive underwater


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