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Big Daddy's are enemies in Bioshock and Bioshock 2. One of the tougher enemies in the game, the Big Daddy's primary goal is to protect Little Sisters. Contradictory to what first timer's may assume, they will not attack unless provoked, either by their being attacked, or a Little Sister. Getting near either may cause them to be aggressive, but no serious damage will be dealt. When you see Big Daddies roaming around alone in different stages it is quite safe to run past them even at close proximity (eg in corridors or stairwells).
There are two types of Daddies: the Rosie and the Bouncer (the latter is shown here). The Rosie is a long-range fighter, equipped with a rivet gun and proximity mines. The Bouncer is a short-range fighter which attacks with its drill, and is known to both charge at the player at incredible speeds, and stamp the ground with its massive feet, stunning the player and making it difficult to move or escape.
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