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I make deliveries. That's all. Samuel "Sam" Porter Bridges is a legendary porter and member of Bridges who plays an integral role in expanding the Chiral Network and making the United Cities of America whole by embarking on a westward expedition. In an effort to save his unborn son after Lisa was rendered brain dead in an accident, Cliff willingly placed Sam under the care of Bridges scientists conducting bridge baby experiments, but did so unaware of their true intentions: to use Sam as a sacrificial foundation for a new communications network as the first proper bridge baby.
Upon learning of such from an old comrade and friend , Cliff attempted to abduct Sam from a Bridges facility, but was gunned down in the process, resulting in his and Sam's deaths. On the Beach , Sam was healed and brought back to life by Amelie , who bestowed to him the ability of repatriation. No longer viable as a bridge baby by virtue of being a repatriate, he was taken into Bridget's care and raised as her son, Sam Strand. However, his revival upset the balance of life and death, triggering the Death Stranding.
In his youth, as a sufferer of DOOMS , Sam had severe nightmares and would find himself stranded on the Beach unable to find his way out. Always there for him in such moments, Amelie would arrive to calm Sam and help him make his way out of the Beach. Sam fashioned a quipu for Amelie in the world of the living, and was able to bring it with him to the Beach, where he gifted it to Amelie as a representation of their bond.
At some point, Sam joined Bridges , and due to his DOOMS and ability of repatriation would become an essential member of the core team as the organization's mandate expanded. While delivering cargo to Central Knot City , he encounters Fragile of Fragile Express , who triggers his aphenphosmphobic allergic reaction by grabbing his arm when the two are hunted by beached things.
After fulfilling the delivery, Sam meets Igor Frank and another unidentified member of Bridges' Corpse Disposal Team, the former who asks for his help in the urgent delivery of a necrotizing suicide victim to the nearest incinerator. While en route, the three are ambushed by BTs and wreck in a shower of timefall. When Igor and his partner are overcome by BTs, Igor throws his bridge baby to Sam, before he is devoured by a colossal BT summoned by Higgs , triggering a large-scale voidout.
Sam repatriates and returns to the site of the massive crater left from the voidout, where five floating figures briefly float above the crater before disappearing. Later, Sam wakes in a private room in Capital Knot City , where he is tasked by Deadman with delivering morphine to his dying mother, President Bridget Strand, for one last parting moment with the woman who raised him. In the Capital Knot City Isolation Ward, Bridget attempts to convince Sam to continue in Amelie's footsteps on a westward expedition to reconnect America, but in vain, as Sam shows no interest in America's future.
In her dying moments, Bridget lunges from her sickbed onto Sam, establishing a contract with him binding him to the task of embarking west. The subsequent increase of chiralium density in the area causes BTs to manifest nearby, prompting Sam to trance connect to Igor's bridge baby in defiance of a decommission order for it to be burned with Bridget's corpse.
Meeting with Die-Hardman and a holographic Amelie, Sam is briefed on the situation they find themselves in — Amelie having been captured by the Homo Demens in Edge Knot City while on a westward expedition. They plead with him to continue on Amelie's journey connecting cities from east to west to the Chiral Network , and bring her back to Capital Knot City so she may assume the role of President of the United Cities.
Sam is dismissive of their aspirations, but takes up the task in order to save Amelie nonetheless. Before he sets out west, he is fitted with standard issue Bridges delivery gear and given a Q-pid to connect terminal "knots" to the Chiral Network. Before readying to set sail to Lake Knot City , Sam is confronted by Higgs and told of Amelie's status as an " extinction entity " before being forced to overcome a BT summoned by the terrorist.
While preparing to make an aid package delivery to South Knot City , a Bridges member brings Sam a Fragile Express cargo container, claiming it was lost in transit and is to be delivered along with the aid package. Sam realizes the Bridges member was Higgs in disguise and that the container houses a thermonuclear bomb. Rushing to a crater lake east of South Knot City, Sam is able to dispose of the bomb.
After delivering the aid package to South Knot City and connecting the city to the Chiral Network, Sam is swept away in a supercell and transported to a World War I-era battlefield. Escaping the immediate battlefield into trenches, Sam is hunted by the Combat Veteran and his reanimated soldiers, and manages to return to the world of the living after defeating the soldiers and making physical contact with the Combat Veteran. Returning from the supercell, Sam learns from Mama that no time has elapsed since he was swept away by the storm.
He heads to Mama's lab, where she informs him of the defective limiter in his Q-pid. Mama presents him with new Q-pid hardware, but tells Sam he must meet with her sister, Lockne , in Mountain Knot City to have the Q-pid's software updated. Sam must sever the connection between Mama and her beached daughter to deliver Mama to Mountain Knot City. When he arrives at Mountain Knot City, he is met by Lockne, who denies him permission to connect the city to the Chiral Network and dismisses him.
As suggested by Mama, Sam uses cord cutters given to him by her to sever the umbilical cord between Mama and her beached daughter. Though briefly forced to escape a BT summoned and sicced on him by Higgs, Sam manages to transport Mama to Lockne in Mountain Knot City, where the two sisters are reunited and made whole again.
Inside Sam's Mountain Knot City private room, Deadman convenes with Sam and informs him that his BB — who Sam begins affectionately referring to as "Lou" — is veering too far towards the world of the living as the infant becomes more attached to Sam, and requires a realignment procedure to position it back in-between the worlds of the living and dead. In Sam's private room shower stall, Deadman divulges to Sam classified knowledge of BB technology, and what he has managed to discover regarding Bridget and Die-Hardman's questionable history.
Sam is left without Lou to create distance between himself and the infant for the realignment procedure's efficacy, and works to expand Chiral Network coverage in the area surrounding Mountain Knot City by connecting nearby preppers to the network: the Doctor , Roboticist , Mountaineer , Photographer , and Spiritualist.
After expanding the network to the area surrounding Mountain Knot City, Sam travels to a cabin in the mountains to meet Deadman and reunite with Lou; just as he nears the cabin, a supercell sweeps over the area and transports the three to a World War II-era eastern Europe battlefield. After rendezvousing with Deadman in a sewer and reconnecting to Lou, Sam is able to again defeat the Combat Veteran. When Sam again makes physical contact with the Combat Veteran, him, Lou, and Deadman are subsequently transported back to the world of the living.
Approaching completion of his mission to make America whole, Sam travels to Heartman 's lab, bringing the researcher Mama's non-necrotizing corpse as well as dog tags taken from the Combat Veteran. To expand the Chiral Network to the region near Heartman's lab, Sam connects three nearby preppers to the network: the Geologist , Paleontologist , and Evo-devo Biologist. The expanded network coverage from having connected the aforementioned preppers to the network allows Sam to expand the network to a waystation construction site in the deep southwestern part of the central region near the shore of the western tar belt.
Once Sam brings materials to the site, the waystation-to-be is connected to the Chiral Network, providing the final push necessary for the network to reach the West Coast. To cross the vast tar belt west of the central region, Sam allows himself to be dragged across the tar by BTs, which causes the tar belt to transform into more suitable ground for him to trek across on foot as the tar belt is animated by surfacing and submerging buildings, objects, and leviathan BTs.
Deep across the tar belt, he encounters an image of Amelie, who leaves him to sink into the tar. Emerging from the tar, Sam wakes on the outskirts of a decimated Edge Knot City, where he is briefly harassed by Higgs about Amelie's status as an extinction entity. He first brings the Distribution Center North of Edge Knot City onto the Chiral Network and then journeys through a ruined Edge Knot City and connects the city to the Chiral Network, finally expanding the network across the entire continent.
Sam is eventually attacked by Higgs, who puts Amelie under his control and manifests a colossal BT form to combat Sam. After felling Higgs' colossal BT form, Sam has Fragile jump him to Amelie's Beach, where he engages in hand-to-hand combat with Higgs in a tar pit, incapacitates the terrorist, and rescues Amelie.
As he promised Fragile he would do, he leaves Higgs alive for her to do with as she sees fit. Following Amelie's rescue, she confirms to Sam her status as an extinction entity who can "end it all". Furthermore, she confesses to him that she slipped out of the Beach to visit him on one occasion while he was still back east, having lied to him about being held hostage to coerce him into embarking west — a plan concocted by Die-Hardman. The two then briefly run blissfully along the Beach's shore, before stopping to witness Die-Hardman attempt in vain to shoot down Bridget, and Cliff's subsequent arrival and advancement towards Sam's position in search of his BB.
Amelie pushes Sam away into the Seam, where he repatriates into a private room east of the tar belt. To work towards averting the Sixth Extinction, his allies in Capital Knot City urge him to return east.
Making his way back east, Sam is swept away in another supercell as he nears Lake Knot City wherein he battles the Combat Veteran once more, this time in a Vietnam War battlefield. Upon defeating the Combat Veteran, he approaches the fallen man; the Combat Veteran whistles a lullaby to Lou, to which Sam whistles along with the soldier, knowing the same lullaby himself.
No longer hostile, the Combat Veteran rises to bestow his dog tags to Sam and embraces Sam as his "bridge to the future", before disappearing at the sound of a gunshot. Sam wakes in a private room in Port Knot City , having been brought to the city by Viktor Frank after being found unconscious on the other side of Ground Zero.
Deadman shows him a prerecorded message from Die-Hardman in which the director reveals his doubt regarding Amelie's physical existence, the impossibility of Amelie being Bridget's biological daughter, and his intent to accept Amelie's invitation to the Beach and attempt to put her down with his revolver and hematic rounds.
After being briefed on Fragile's worsening condition from having excessively jumped across the Beach, Sam sets out to deliver a stockpile of cryptobiotes to her in Capital Knot City, defeating a leviathan BT along the way. In the Capital Knot City Isolation Ward, Fragile tells Sam what she learned from Higgs after the terrorist's defeat: that Higgs was seduced by Amelie's extinction entity powers and made her "agent of extinction".
Arriving on Amelie's Beach, Sam searches for Amelie until she appears to him. She reveals to him that "Amelie" and "Bridget" are merely names of the two halves of the single extinction entity she is — her "ka" soul and "ha" body , respectively. Furthermore, she reveals that Sam's expansion of the Chiral Network has bound all connected to the network to her Beach, thus enabling the Last Stranding, as has always been her plan.
She presents Sam with two choices: watch the swift ending of the world together with her "until the last flame winks out", or use Die-Hardman's left behind revolver to sever his connection to her and her Beach and postpone the Last Stranding.
Sam chooses instead to embrace her, assuring her he would always be there for her as she has for him. Amelie reveals that as an extinction entity, she has been fated to usher in the Last Stranding, and that after an agonizingly long span of solitude on the Beach, she opted to set the Last Stranding in motion in advance by utilizing the expanded Chiral Network as a catalyst.
She chooses to remain on the Beach, to spare humanity the worst of the inevitable Last Stranding and in the hope of providing life an opportunity to come out stronger from the extinction.
After sharing one last embrace with Sam, Amelie pushes him out of her Beach and into his own to return to his allies. Upon returning to the world of the living, Sam attends Die-Hardman's presidential inauguration as the United Cities of America is formally recognized as a nation made whole.
As the inauguration concludes, Sam meets with Deadman, who explains that Sam's allies searched for Sam for a month in the world of the living, and were only able to bring him back from his Beach by following Die-Hardman's revolver — a "stick" which effectively became a "rope".
Deadman additionally discloses to Sam classified information regarding Die-Hardman's past as "John", relation to Cliff Unger as the man's killer, and resurgence as the masked director of Bridges after faking his death. Shortly after, Sam converses with Die-Hardman, where the guilt-ridden president confesses to his actions and breaks down in tears before Sam.
Sam helps Die-Hardman up from kneeling and asserts that the old ways will have to die hard for a better America to be built before leaving the president with his returned revolver. When a decommissioning order comes through for Lou to be incinerated, Deadman mentions that Sam may try removing Lou from their pod to see what happens, in direct contravention of an executive order.
Sam opts to take Lou to the nearest incinerator, to which Deadman turns Sam's cuff links offline and tells him removing them would thereupon make him invisible to the Chiral Network, though they will reconnect him after he uses the incinerator.
Claiming to harbor no ties to anyone or anything, Sam expresses his continued detachment from the world of the living, in spite of the connections he has formed throughout his journey, and states that there is no place for him in the newly reconnected America. He leaves a disheartened Fragile with the parting remark that everything he touches he loses before setting out with Lou to the incinerator.
At the Incinerator West of Capital Knot City, Sam places his cuff links and Lou on an incinerator, but retrieves Lou before the infant can be cremated alongside the cuffs. He trance connects with Lou, triggering an experience reminiscent of repatriation wherein he follows a strand to join his soul with an infant carried by Cliff in chronic visions he has had since first connecting to Lou.
Experiencing the full breath of the events surrounding Cliff's death, an adult Sam is allowed an intermission of respite with Cliff, during which Cliff acknowledges Sam as his bridge to the future who unites people together rather than divide them, and embraces his son before being shot dead. Following the trance connection's end, Sam removes Lou from their BB pod and frantically attempts to stimulate activity in the lifeless infant.
With a spectral umbilical cord forming tethered to Lou and infant BTs floating above the two, a dejected Sam holds Lou in his embrace. Together with Lou, Sam leaves the incinerator and cradles Lou in an ending drizzle of rain bearing no effects of timefall, just as sunlight breaks through and an ordinary rainbow forms above them. Sam has always harbored a disconnection from the world of the living. Growing up, Bridget never spent much time with him, leaving Sam feeling abandoned with only occasional visits with Amelie on the Beach.
He was able to form a bond in the world of the living with a psychotherapist named Lucy, whom he would marry, but following her suicide, he became wholly distant from society and human connection — "living a lie, hung up on past regrets" and "broken" with the sole purpose of making it to the next sunrise. Throughout the course of his westward expedition, Sam finds solace in the people he encounters for their hope for the future and their faith in him, which compels him to continue making deliveries to provide them the opportunity to build something better, however vain their attempts may be in his eyes.
Influenced by their hopes, Sam resolves to confront Amelie on her Beach in an effort to avert the Last Stranding, even if it means he will be stranded there with no hope of return. Sam forms a close attachment to his bridge baby, BB Their bond is fostered upon Sam's first trance connection with the infant, and throughout his journey, Sam takes to calling them "Lou", a nickname he had given to his unborn daughter.
He sees Lou as a partner rather than mere equipment and expresses gratitude for the infant enabling him to confront BTs and thus saving his life on many occasions. However, Sam retains the belief that there is no place for him in America and claims to have no ties to anyone or anything.
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I make deliveries. That's all. Samuel "Sam" Porter Bridges is a legendary porter and member of Bridges who plays an integral role in expanding the Chiral Network and making the United Cities of America whole by embarking on a westward expedition. In an effort to save his unborn son after Lisa was rendered brain dead in an accident, Cliff willingly placed Sam under the care of Bridges scientists conducting bridge baby experiments, but did so unaware of their true intentions: to use Sam as a sacrificial foundation for a new communications network as the first proper bridge baby. Upon learning of such from an old comrade and friend , Cliff attempted to abduct Sam from a Bridges facility, but was gunned down in the process, resulting in his and Sam's deaths. On the Beach , Sam was healed and brought back to life by Amelie , who bestowed to him the ability of repatriation. No longer viable as a bridge baby by virtue of being a repatriate, he was taken into Bridget's care and raised as her son, Sam Strand. However, his revival upset the balance of life and death, triggering the Death Stranding.
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A Video Game Auteur’s Quest for Connection
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