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Domino is one of Emily's powers in "Dishonored 2". It links human targets so they die or fall unconscious together. It costs 4 runes and there are two possible upgrades available.

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Domino links two human targets. While the power is active, any action taken affects all linked targets. For instance, quickly incapacitate multiple enemies using a single sleep dart, reducing the risk of alarm. Or kill multiple linked enemies simultaneously if outnumbered in a fight.

Combine Domino with other powers to create surprising and interesting effects. For instance, summon a Doppelgänger and link it to an enemy: any damage you deal to your own Doppelgänger will be shared by the linked enemy.

History[]

Another skill with crowd control applications, Domino is the most impressive new power we saw during the Dishonored 2 demo. This skill allows you to link the fates of multiple characters together, and whatever you do to one character then affects the others in the same way. The more upgraded the power, the more targets you can link together.

During our demo, Bakaba linked four guards together, set an arc mine, and then drew one guard over to its vicinity. When the mine exploded, all four enemies hit the ground instantly.

“I think Domino is one of the most open-ended powers,” Bakaba says. “It's also a QA nightmare, as you can imagine.”[1]

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