Don't let his smooth voice fool you--Ramblin' Frank Spicer is as devilish as he is musically talented. Just stay on his good side, and you'll have nothing to worry about...
An ex-mobster turned wannabe rockstar, he runs a radio show on the island of Blackreef from The Rambling Rock Club, his very own casino. Frank is bisexual, speaking many times about both men and women he has loved before. Frank also once admired, and held feelings for, Colt and took his decision to break the loop as a deep betrayal.
- The Kartova Incident
During a gig at the Grand Hotel in Kartova, a bellhop approached Frank and told him that he would "kill [him] right now, but my sister loved 'Pleasure Time.'" a song of Frank's. Frank then insinuated to the bellhop that he had had relations with the bellhop's sister and then promptly left. Frank then states that this would have been the end of their interaction, had he not come across his piano player, a man named Bibby, in the hotel bathroom five minutes later, badly beaten. Frank then accosted the bellhop in the parking lot, and shot him in the head six times.
Role in AEON Program
Frank was a welcome addition to the Aeon Program. His gangster connections made getting illicit materials, like highly experimental scientific equipment and weaponry to Blackreef, incredibly easy, while his cult of personality and fans brought scores of followers who provided plenty of necessary manpower.
Related achievements and trophies
- There is an Alarm Clock in the first area where Colt arrives at the beginning of the game and players can listen to a part of Ramblin' Frank's show.
- Frank (like Dr. Wenjie) does not carry a unique slab, instead carrying a unique weapon: The Constancy Automatic.
- Depending on how much you read into Colt's 'visions', it is implied that Frank and Colt had a romantic relationship sometime prior to the creation of the Loop. These visions can be found in Frank's club, on the upper floors around his personal quarters.
- Frank also admits to having once 'loved' Colt, when talking to him over the club speakers. This could be in reference to a previous relationship or simply a one-sided affection and appreciation for The Captain.