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{{Film Continuity}}
 
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{{Infobox Character
 
{{Infobox Character
|image =Baker.png
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|image =[[File:Baker.png|thumb|220px]]
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|caption = Hired Detective
|died = November [[2019]]{{-}}Shot by [[Crystal Steele]]{{-}}''Determinant''
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|died = 2019; Shot by [[Crystal Steele]]
 
|status = Deceased/Alive - Depends on the player
 
|status = Deceased/Alive - Depends on the player
 
|nationality = American
 
|nationality = American
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|portrayed = [[Marc Worden]]
 
|portrayed = [[Marc Worden]]
 
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'''Baker''' was a detective with the [[Los Angeles Police Department]], but proved to be more of a mercenary and eventually turned into a hired interrogator.
 
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'''Baker '''is an ex-detective introduced and featured in [[Blade Runner (video game)]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
Not much is known about Baker; he once worked in the [[Los Angeles Police Department|LAPD]] as a detective, but proved to be more of a mercenary and eventually turned into a hired interrogator. There's seems to be some history between him and his lackey [[Holloway]] as well.
In November [[2019]], when [[Blade Runner (police)|Blade Runner]] [[Ray McCoy]] attempted to perform a complete [[Voight-Kampff machine|Voight-Kampff]] empathy test on the exotic dancer [[Dektora]] at [[Early Q's]], she called the police on him for inappropriate behavior. This led to the arrival of Baker's lackey, Holloway, who brought McCoy to Baker.{{ref|brvg}}
 
   
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==Events of 2019==
The pair proceeded to interrogate McCoy because they thought he was a [[replicant]], but before they could torture McCoy, fellow Blade Runner [[Crystal Steele]] burst into the room and shot Baker with a shotgun after failing to heed her warnings.{{ref|brvg}}
 
 
When [[Blade Runner (police)|Blade Runner]] [[Ray McCoy]] attempts to perform a complete [[Voight-Kampff machine|Voight-Kampff]] empathy test on the exotic dancer [[Dektora]] at [[Early Q's]], she calls the police on him for inappropriate behavior. This leads to the arrival of Holloway, who claims to not know Lieutenant [[Edison Guzza|Guzza]] or Captain [[Harry Bryant]] and knocks McCoy out.
   
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Alternatively, if Dektora is human, she will flee after a brief altercation and McCoy will be taken in by Holloway at [[Hysteria Hall]] after attempting to Voight-Kampff [[Lucy Devlin]].
If McCoy was a replicant, Baker watched him and the replicants escape from [[Earth]] on a [[Moonbus]].{{ref|brvg}}
 
   
 
McCoy wakes up to see Baker and Holloway, who proceed to interrogate him because they think he's a [[replicant]]. Before they can torture McCoy, fellow Blade Runner [[Crystal Steele]] bursts into the room and shoots Baker with a shotgun after failing to heed her warnings.
==References==
 
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An other version of the game, when the player is replicant, Baker is still alive and whatched how McCoy and the other replicants escaped from the [[Earth]] with a [[Moonbus]].
{{Reflist}}
 
 
[[Category:Individuals (film continuity)]]
 
[[Category:Individuals (film continuity)]]
 
[[Category:Los Angeles Police Department personnel (film continuity)]]
 
[[Category:Los Angeles Police Department personnel (film continuity)]]
 
[[Category:Deceased (determinant)]]
 
[[Category:Deceased (determinant)]]
[[Category:Film continuity]]
 

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