Sadik, by masquerading as a deliveryman from Kingston Kitchen, managed to infiltrate the Tyrell Corporation headquarters and reached Marcus Eisenduller, a key Tyrell scientist. Unable to get the information he wanted, he brutally killed the scientist by stuffing a bomb into his mouth. In the aftermath, Blade Runner Ray McCoy investigated the destroyed lab. From the surviving surveillance footage, Sadik was identified as the murderer. Crystal Steele, following up on her own investigation of a factory bombing, concluded that Sadik was the perpetrator in both crimes.
If McCoy sided with the replicants, Sadik was friendly toward McCoy and instructed him to reactivate the Moonbus, allowing Sadik to survive. If McCoy sided against replicants, Sadik tried to defend the Moonbus with his life and booby-trapped the surrounding area with explosives, possibly killing Blade Runner Crystal Steele.
Behind the scenes
No opportunity is given to perform Voight-Kampff test on Sadik, however trivial clues may hint his origin upon examining the ruin of Moraji's lab:
- If McCoy makes a remark that the bomb was set up by a real master with apparent off-world service experience, Sadik is a replicant
- If McCoy comments how amateurish the bombing is, Sadik is most likely a human, could be an extremist sympathizer or someone tricked into false belief on his own identity
- When interviewing the lady at Kingston Kitchens, you can refer to him by his name even before you learn it.
- Blade Runner (1997 game)