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|image =[[File:Baker.png|thumb|220px]]
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|died = November [[2019]]{{-}}Shot by [[Crystal Steele]]{{-}}''Determinant''
|caption = Hired Detective
 
|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.
 
'''Baker '''is an ex-detective introduced and featured in [[Blade Runner (video game)]].
 
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
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}}
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.
 
   
 
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}}
==Events of 2019==
 
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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If McCoy was a replicant, Baker watched him and the replicants escape from [[Earth]] on a [[Moonbus]].{{ref|brvg}}
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]].
 
   
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==References==
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.
 
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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]].
 
 
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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.

Biography[edit | edit source]

In November 2019, when Blade Runner Ray McCoy attempted to perform a complete 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.[1]

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.[1]

If McCoy was a replicant, Baker watched him and the replicants escape from Earth on a Moonbus.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Blade Runner (1997 game)
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