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Is that so? Well you oughta tell that to my big toe, kiddo. Hurts like the dickens since I stubbed it earlier today. Feels pretty real to me!”
Mr. Foster is a technician down at the local RobCo plant. Always ready with a Sugar Bomb for the kiddies, he's a chipper sort, and prone to whistling, or impromptu bursts of patriotic sing-songs. He is most definitely not living a life of quiet desperation.
Like the other inhabitants of Vault 112, he is trapped in the Tranquility Lane simulation by Stanislaus Braun.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
- Tranquility Lane: Bill Foster is one of the residents that has to be "killed" if all of Betty's tasks are done.
DISPLAY RESIDENT STATUS
- Pulse: 72 bpm
- BP: 115/80 mmHg
- Temp: 98.4 F
- Respiratory Rate: 19/min
DISPLAY RESIDENT STRESS LEVEL
- Stress Level: Nominal
He is the only Tranquility Lane resident besides Betty, who does not have a house bearing his surname.
- "Is that so? Well you oughta tell that to my big toe, kiddo. Hurts like the dickens since I stubbed it earlier today. Feels pretty real to me!"
- "Bet the Commies in China wish they had it as good as we do, eh?"
Bill Foster appears only in Fallout 3.