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Faridah Malik
Faridah Malik
Biographical information
Date of birth

2002 (Dearborn, Michigan, USA)

Nationality

US American

Physical description
Gender

Female

Hair color

Brown

Eye color

Brown

Augmentations

Mechanical augmentation

  • Cerebral Implant
Chronological and political information
Rank

VTOL pilot

Appearances

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Affiliation

Sarif Industries

Acquaintances

Adam Jensen
David Sarif

Real world information
Voice Actor

Paula Jean Hixson

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Faridah Malik is the pilot for Sarif Industries in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

BackgroundEdit

Faridah is the current chief pilot for Sarif Industries, able to fly anything from a helicopter to a VTOL, though she's only seen piloting the VTOL in-game. She is in charge of transport and delivery of Sarif Industries VIPs for any trips that require air transport. She is noted as a dedicated employee and pilot with sometimes overzealous flight tendencies that have proven her to be among the best in the skies. She has a few discreet cranial implants that enable her to be a better pilot.

According to Sarif Industries Human Resources, it has been noted that a small altercation occurred between Faridah Malik and Franklin Phillips. The report notes only that Franklin was overseeing Faridah on maintenance for the company's VTOL. A verbal altercation erupted over the choppers balance levels for VTOL lift when Faridah struck Franklin. No charges were filed against Faridah and she was issued a verbal warning from Human Resources.

Faridah will spend most of her time simply flying Jensen between places and providing him with intel through Adam's infolink. During the first visit to Hengsha, Malik will need Jensen's help to prove Lee Hong's involvement in the murder of her friend, Evelyn Carmichael, thus starting the Shanghai Justice quest.

Upon returning to Hengsha, Malik will be redirected to another landing zone, and shot down by a Belltower operative with a Rocket launcher. She will be forced to perform an emergency landing, with Jensen barely making it out of the vehicle in time. 5-6 medium Belltower soldiers, 2 heavy soldiers, 2 snipers and even an 80-X Boxguard will surround her VTOL and open fire. If Jensen does not kill or disable them in time, the VTOL will sustain too much damage and explode, killing Malik. If Jensen manages to reach the helipad's elevator before the VTOL explodes, the Belltower soldiers will drag Malik out of the aircraft, and she'll be subsequently executed by Narhari Kahn. If Jensen manages to defeat the attackers, she will be able to repair the VTOL and escape safely. The player is rewarded with the Good Soul achievement. See Find Vasili Sevchenko's GPL Device for tactical considerations.

NotesEdit

  • If Faridah Malik is saved, she will assist later on in the game at the Singapore facility, rescuing the Sarif scientists there as well as dealing with a number of insane Spec ops troopers for Jensen.
  • If she is killed, her corpse can be found in the Harvesters' hideout on an operating table in the surgery, which can also be accessed from a cracked wall that can be broken down near the room where you meet Tong Si Hung. She is presumably sold by Belltower to the Harvesters, allowing them to extract her mechanical augmentations, like they did with Vasili Sevchenko.
  • If Jensen escapes before saving Malik, a military grunt will throw her out of the VTOL and Narhari Kahn will shoot her in the head. However, if Jensen has already killed Kahn at the Alice Garden Pods or Tai Yong Medical, he will be replaced by a random Belltower soldier.
  • She is one of only three known characters in the game who is unaffected by Jensen's CASIE augmentation (Social Enhancer), the others being Garvin Quinn and Michael Zelazny.
  • She is also one of the few characters in the game who does not have an alternate line of dialogue if you speak to her with a weapon out. This is only possible after the completion of the Milwaukee Junction level -- all other conversations either occur at Sarif HQ, where weapons cannot be drawn, occur in cutscenes, or occur remotely.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Faridah means "unique" or "precious", while Malik means "owner" or "proprietor" in Arabic. Therefore it is probable that she is of Arabic descent or of the Islamic faith, especially given that in real life her birthplace has one of the highest concentration of Arabs in the US. One of the directors in the commentary of the Director's Cut confirms she is of Arabian descent. 
  • On her face, she seems to have a birth mark, which is actually a monroe piercing. [1]

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