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For other characters named Alice in the Fallout universe, see Alice.
 
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Do they? Look at my Mother, all she cares for is a patch of bare dirt where nothing green will ever grow to feed us. My Father? A trading business that he'll never own, risking his neck every day against Wastelanders and cut-throat "merchants." And I'm supposed to be part of those dreams? What about my dreams, stranger? What about me?

Alice Hostetler is a struggling young farmer living in the Mojave Wasteland in 2281.

BackgroundEdit

Alice is the daughter of Don and Becky Hostetler. She lived in Hostetler home and hated her life as a farmer. For this reason, she ran off with Andy Scabb to North Vegas Square, becoming involved in Scabb's plan to rob the Crimson Caravan.

Although Andy Scabb claims to want to help Alice escape the dump, he is in reality a criminal who intends to use her father's relation to the caravan business to rob it and then skip town. Although Alice's involvement in the robbery could be her undoing, as Scabb and his goons intend to ensure that she is a "good doggie" first, and then subsequently dispose of her once the money has been acquired.[1]

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
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QuestsEdit

  • Someone to Watch Over Me: Crandon says to visit Mrs. Hostetler because her daughter is getting to know the wrong crowd of people. Mrs. Hostetler wants someone to spy on her daughter, Alice, to see what her new friends are up to.

Other interactionsEdit

  • Until Someone to Watch Over Me, Alice Hostetler is not at home. One can find a message in Andy Scabb's room in The Gray, that is evidence that proves that siding with criminals is not the right lifestyle for Alice. After one deals with Scabb, Alice will return to Hostetler home attempting steal the Crimson Caravan earnings. She will confront the Courier, threatening to kill them if they interfere. The note found in Scabb's room can be shown to her to help talk her out of committing a crime.

Effects of player's actionsEdit

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Wasteland settler outfit 9mm pistol Absinthe
Fresh carrot
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NotesEdit

  • Alice has a few unique animations, such as when she flails her arms around or reads the note (if that option is selected).

Notable quotesEdit

  • "Back off. I know how to use this gun, and I'm not afraid to shoot if you try anything. I've put up with their shit long enough. No more. I'll...I'll kill them if they get in my way."
  • "I... I don't know what I want. But I hate this place, and I hate these people. It all used to be so simple. Why did they change? Why can't they see my pain?"
  • "Do they? Look at my Mother, all she cares for is a patch of bare dirt where nothing green will ever grow to feed us. My Father? A trading business that he'll never own, risking his neck every day against Wastelanders and cut-throat "merchants." And I'm supposed to be part of those dreams? What about my dreams, stranger? What about me?"

AppearancesEdit

Alice Hostetler appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

BugsEdit

  • ps3Icon ps3 xbox360Icon xbox360 Sometimes after the quest is complete and you convinced Alice to leave, she will run up to you and engage in conversation only saying "Howdy" before running off with a gun in her hand.[verified]
  • pcIcon pc ps3Icon ps3 xbox360Icon xbox360 Sometimes Alice will sit down at the table in the main room, and her fingers will move like she is typing on a computer and you will hear clicking noises of a keyboard, even though there is no computer there.[verified]
  • pcIcon pc ps3Icon ps3 xbox360Icon xbox360 If she is convinced to leave, immediately following her out the door might result in Alice instantaneously dying, failing the quest, and causing her parents to become hostile.[verified]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Henchman message to Andy Scabb