Letitia, also called Tish, is a character in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. She is a former informant of Adam Jensen, from his days as a police officer. She can be found rummaging through a garbage can near the train station, on the corner of 2nd street and Bagley Avenue.
Biography[edit | edit source]
She still operates as a street informant, and will provide different pieces of information depending on how many credits Jensen pays her. There are three main topics on which Letitia will provide information: the City Mood, Weapons, and Secret Paths. Selecting City Mood, Letitia gives general information about the negative feeling throughout the city: cops and punks are trigger happy. She also indicates that items can be found in locked garages. This information is free. For each of the other two, Letitia has 3 pieces of information, one for 500 , one for 1000 , and one for 2000 .
Information[edit | edit source]
500 : Look for lights in the windows by the gas station, and a bodyguard.
1000 : There is a weapon on a rooftop near the LIMB clinic.
2000 : To access the armory in the police station, use officer Nicefield's password: 'patriotism'.
500 : Sewers can be used for travel. There are breakable walls in the sewers, visible with the vision augmentation.
1000 : There's a door into the Detroit Police Station from the Sewers; the passcode is 2599.
2000 : Use the fire escapes to infiltrate the Derelict Row without being seen, and be prepared for long falls.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The player can also choose to give her Beer, though she only accepts Hot Devil beer. After four beers, she gives the player the location of a storage locker near the basketball court belonging to the arms dealer Seurat, the code for its door lock (1904), and the code for the security system inside (6542). Alternatively, the same codes can be found by hacking Seurat's safe inside his apartment.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- Upon the initial release of the game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution was criticized for Letitia's characterization and manner of speaking, which was seen as racist by some. Square Enix denied any racist intentions and apologized.
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