Delilah Copperspoon is the main antagonist of [[Dishonored 2]] and the Dishonored DLC The Brigmore Witches, and is mentioned in Knife of Dunwall. She discovered painting as an outlet for torment and apprenticed for a while with Anton Sokolov. She also sculpts and according to Meagan Foster, is a better sculptor than Sokolov.
In Dishonored[edit | edit source]
The Knife of Dunwall[edit | edit source]
The Brigmore Witches[edit | edit source]
Delilah is encountered in the Brigmore Manor, where she partakes in a ritual to possess Emily Kaldwin and use her to usurp the thrown. She is defeated by either killing her or swapping the painting out with a painting of The Void.
In Dishonored 2[edit | edit source]
Delilah is brought back from The Void through a seance held by Luca Abele, Kirin Jindosh, Breanna Ashworth, and the Crown Killer. She removes her soul from her body and stores it in an effigy, rendering her immortal. She later wrests the throne from Emily Kaldwin, Jessamine's rightful heir. Delilah claims to be Jessamine's half-sister, the daughter of the late Emperor and a kitchen maid. Orphaned at a young age, she made her own way through a hard life, which honed her shrewdness and cunning.
Missions[edit | edit source]
- A Long Day in Dunwall
- Another Strange Visit
- The Royal Conservatory
- The Grand Palace
- Death to the Empress