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Chaos

The higher the level of Chaos, the darker the game experience. Your actions affect the city. A high number of deaths results in more rats and weepers, different reactions from your allies, and darker final outcomes.

The overall level of chaos is affected by the number of people Corvo or Emily kills in the course of his or her missions. The game can be played either stealthily, including the possibility of killing absolutely no one, or bloodily, killing everyone who gets in the way.

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Lethal
Lethal
Taking the lethal option

Taking a Lethal approach will create more Chaos, resulting in a more cynical ending.

Non-lethal
Non-lethal
Taking the nonlethal option

Taking a nonlethal approach will create less Chaos, resulting in a more optimistic ending.

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Achievements

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