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This is a transcript for dialogue with Knight-Captain Cade.

BoS201Edit

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1-000A7D01{Concerned} I believe Captain Kells is waiting for you to report in.A
2{Concerned} Aren't you supposed to be attending Elder Maxson's address?A
3{Concerned} I'll administer your exam after you've checked in with Danse and Elder Maxson.A

BoS302Edit

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4-000C31A3{Irritated} Paladin Danse passed all of my physical exams. I can't believe the synths are such close duplicates of humans.
5{Somber} Word around the ship is that you executed Danse. At least he didn't have to suffer.

BoSDialoguePlayerHellosEdit

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6-0012EFC3{Puzzled} Something wrong, Sentinel?
7{Puzzled} Are you feeling well, soldier? Hello?
8{Irritated} Um, I have a lot to do, soldier.
9{Question} Maybe you should come back later?

BoSDialoguePrydwenEdit

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10BoSPrydwen_01_CadeIntro00180B74{Question} Where are you going, Knight? You need to complete your medical exam.A1a
110017D0C4Player Default: All right.{Friendly} I'm going to ask you a series of medical-related questions and I'd like you to answer me to the best of your ability.A1a
12{Friendly} First Question.A1b
13{Question} As a child, were you ever exposed to radiation for an extended period of time?Player Default: There wasn't that much radiation around before the bombs fell.A1c
140017D0C3Player Default: Before the bombs? What? Let me check my notes.{a bit surprised / Surprised} You were a vault-dweller?A1a
15{Friendly} You're probably healthier than anyone else aboard.A1b
16{Friendly} Anyway, sorry I missed that in your records... just going down the list of questions... I'm sure you understand.BoSCade: Okay, second question.A1c
170017D0C2BoSCade: Anyway, sorry I missed that in your records... just going down the list of questions... I'm sure you understand.{Friendly} Okay, second question.A1a
18{Question} Have you ever had or come in contact with a person confirmed to be carrying a communicable disease?Player Default: Never been seriously sick in my life.A1b
190017D0C1Player Default: Good, good.{Friendly} Third question... and please answer honestly.A1a
20{Question} Have you ever had sexual relations with any species considered non-human?Player Default: No, never have.A1b
210017D0BCPlayer Default: No, never have.{Friendly} Very well.BoSCade: Last question.A1a
220017D0BBPlayer Default: Those species aren't my type.{the thought mildly disgusts you / Disgust} Good. I find the practice highly distasteful myself.BoSCade: Last question.B1a
230017D0BAPlayer Default: Well, there was this one really ugly girl in college... I mean... I had to get drunk and it was a dare...{Amused} That hardly qualifies... so I'll just put "no."BoSCade: Last question.X1a
240017D0B9Player Default: That happens often enough for you to have a question about it?{the thought mildly disgusts you / Disgust} You'd be surprised how many wastelanders answer "yes" to that question.Y1a
25Fortunately, the Brotherhood finds that type of behavior absolutely distasteful.Y1b
26Since you haven't spent too much time in the wasteland, I'll assume your answer is "no."BoSCade: Last question.Y1c
270017D0B8Player Default: Very well.{Friendly} Last question.A1a
28{Question} Would you have any problems pulling the trigger on an enemy of the Brotherhood whether they're human, formerly human or machine?Player Default: If my life's in danger, I'll do whatever it takes to defend myself.A1b
290017D0B3Player Default: If my life's in danger, I'll do whatever it takes to defend myself.{warm / Friendly} That's an acceptable answer... and the most common.BoSCade: Excellent. I think I've got all the information I need.A1a
300017D0B2Player Default: Nope, no problem whatsoever.{Friendly} Excellent, you'll fit in quite well around here.BoSCade: Excellent. I think I've got all the information I need.B1a
310017D0B1Player Default: I suppose so.{Friendly} Good enough.BoSCade: Excellent. I think I've got all the information I need.X1a
320017D0B0Player Default: That's more of a morals question, isn't it?{Friendly} Oh, absolutely.Y1a
33{Friendly} I feel that the mental state of the crew is just as important as the physical.Y1b
34{Concerned} Anyone that hestiates firing in combat due to misguided moral standards certainly isn't Brotherhood material.Y1c
35{Question} So, what about you? Would you have a problem with it?Player Default: If my life's in danger, I'll do whatever it takes to defend myself.Y1d
36000A7CC3{Question} Glad you finally stopped by, soldier. Are you ready for your medical exam?Player Default: Sure, go right ahead.A
37{Question} Ah, you're back... good. Are you ready for your medical exam?Player Default: Sure, go right ahead.A
380008B293Player Default: Sure, go right ahead.{Confident} All right.BoSCade: I'm going to ask you a series of medical-related questions and I'd like you to answer me to the best of your ability.A1a
390008B292Player Default: Can it wait?{Concerned} That's fine, but I can't clear you for active duty until you've completed the exam and I give you a clean bill of health.B1a
40{Concerned} Let me know when you're ready.BoSCade: I'm going to ask you a series of medical-related questions and I'd like you to answer me to the best of your ability.B1b
410008B291Player Default: As long as it doesn't involve petroleum jelly and rubber gloves, I'm ready.{Amused} No, no... this isn't that sort of examination.BoSCade: I'm going to ask you a series of medical-related questions and I'd like you to answer me to the best of your ability.X1a
420008B290Player Default: What kind of medical exam? I feel fine.{bedside manner, not raising alarm / Friendly} There's nothing to be alarmed about. I just have a few simple questions about your medical history.Y1a
43{Friendly} It's my responsibility to make sure you don't bring anything up here that could pose a threat to the crew.BoSCade: I'm going to ask you a series of medical-related questions and I'd like you to answer me to the best of your ability.Y1b
440008B28BPlayer Default: Never been seriously sick in my life.{Friendly} Good, good.BoSCade: Third question... and please answer honestly.A1a
450008B28APlayer Default: I hope that you're kidding.{Flirting} Not at all... I'm quite serious, actually.B1a
46{Friendly} However, I'll just assume your answer to that one is a "no."BoSCade: Third question... and please answer honestly.B1b
470008B289Player Default: Honestly, I don't remember.{Friendly} Well, you don't appear to be suffering from any long-term ill effects, so I'll assume you haven't.BoSCade: Third question... and please answer honestly.X1a
480008B288Player Default: Have you had problems with the crew catching diseases?{Friendly} Well, yes... actually.Y1a
49{Friendly} It's not unusual for our recon teams to stumble across contaminated environments or disease-carrying creatures.Y1b
50{Friendly} We don't want a single crewman infecting the entire ship.Y1c
51{Question} Anyway, this exam is about you... so... have you had or come in contact with anyone carrying a communicable disease?Player Default: Never been seriously sick in my life.Y1d
520008B283Player Default: There wasn't that much radiation around before the bombs fell.{puzzled / Puzzled} Before the bombs? What? Let me check my notes.BoSCade: You were a vault-dweller?A1a
530008B282Player Default: Check your records, Doc. I'm not from around here.{Surprised} What's that? Let me check my notes.BoSCade: You were a vault-dweller?B1a
540008B281Player Default: My father said I used to sit way too close to the television.{Surprised} The television? Wait a second... let me check my notes here.BoSCade: You were a vault-dweller?X1a
550008B280Player Default: Wouldn't Vault-Tec's screening process have caught this already?{Sarcastic} Vault-Tec's screening process? Let me check my notes here.BoSCade: You were a vault-dweller?Y1a
560008B27BPlayer Default: That's an acceptable answer... and the most common.{Friendly} Excellent. I think I've got all the information I need.A1a
57{Friendly} I see no reason to prevent you from beginning your duties immediately.A1b
58{Friendly} If you ever need medical assistance... you let me know.A1c
59BoSPrydwen_02_CadePost0016427FPlayer Default: What sort of after-effects?{Concerned} That explosion pushed a ton of radioactive particles into the air... well, more than usual anyway.Y1a
60{Concerned} I'm looking for symptoms like blurred vision, memory loss, shortness of breath... anything you'd consider serious.Player Default: No, I'm fine. Thanks for asking, Doc.Y1b
610016427APlayer Default: If I didn't, I wouldn't be doing my job.{Impressed} You did a hell of a job out there, you know. Everyone aboard is talking about it.BoSCade: Getting Prime built and then leading him right up to the Institute's front door like you did... it was damn heroic if you ask me.A1a
62000A7CC3{Question} Feeling any after-effects from the Institute explosion?Player Default: No, I'm fine. Thanks for asking, Doc.A
6300164297Player Default: No, I'm fine. Thanks for asking, Doc.{Friendly} If I didn't, I wouldn't be doing my job.BoSCade: You did a hell of a job out there, you know. Everyone aboard is talking about it.A1a
6400164281Player Default: Just the satisfying sense that justice has been served.{Friendly} I couldn't agree more. The Instutute's destruction has certainly given the Commonwealth a brighter future.BoSCade: You did a hell of a job out there, you know. Everyone aboard is talking about it.B1a
6500164280Player Default: What? I can't hear you over this ringing in my ears.{Amused} *laughs* Well, that's to be expected given the circumstances.BoSCade: You did a hell of a job out there, you know. Everyone aboard is talking about it.X1a
6600164279BoSCade: You did a hell of a job out there, you know. Everyone aboard is talking about it.{Grateful} Getting Prime built and then leading him right up to the Institute's front door like you did... it was damn heroic if you ask me.BoSCade: Working with the Minutemen to destroy the Institute may not have been the Brotherhood way, but it was still the right thing to do.A1a
6700164278BoSCade: Getting Prime built and then leading him right up to the Institute's front door like you did... it was damn heroic if you ask me.{Grateful} Working with the Minutemen to destroy the Institute may not have been the Brotherhood way, but it was still the right thing to do.BoSCade: Anyway, as long as you're feeling fine, you're cleared for active duty.A1a
6800164277BoSCade: Working with the Minutemen to destroy the Institute may not have been the Brotherhood way, but it was still the right thing to do.{Friendly} Anyway, as long as you're feeling fine, you're cleared for active duty.BoSCade: Ad victoriam, Paladin.A1a
6900164276BoSCade: Anyway, as long as you're feeling fine, you're cleared for active duty.{Friendly} Ad victoriam, Paladin.A1a
70BoSCade: Anyway, as long as you're feeling fine, you're cleared for active duty.{Friendly} Ad victoriam, Sentinel.A2a
71-001858CB{in a genuine medical concern way} Something wrong with your hearing?
72Um, are you... there?
73{in a genuine medical concern way} Are you feeling okay, Knight?
74{in a genuine medical concern way} Are you feeling okay, Paladin?
75{in a genuine medical concern way} Are you feeling okay, Sentinel?
760008B294Come back for your exam after you've checked in with Lancer-Captain Kells.
77{Concerned. / Concerned} Uh, does Elder Maxson know your synthetic friend is aboard?
78{Initially concerned, then realizing the person you're looking at is not who you think they are, then disgusted. / Concerned} My god, your friend needs serious... wait, is that a Ghoul? Ugh.
79Got plenty of medical supplies if you need them.
80{Concerned} Watch the radiation levels out there. It catches up with you quickly.
81{Concerned} Try and take it easy on the stimulant chems like Jet and Psycho. They'll make you feel good for a while, but the long-term effects are debilitating.
82{Concerned} Stock up on those stimpaks. You can never carry too many of them.
83{Concerned} Be careful out there. We've buried too many good soldiers already.

CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseEdit

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84CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseScene0018A7D3Companion: Reporting in, Elder.{Worried} Casualties have been moderate, but that's to be expected. After all, we aren't in the Commonwealth for a collection expedition.Companion: Get out of my sight, filthy ghoul!A6a

ConvBoSAirportPrydwen05Edit

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85ConvBoSAirportPrydwen05Scene0017F048BoSGroup01: Hey doc, you got a minute?What seems to be the trouble?BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.A1a
86BoSGroup01: Hey doc, you got a minute?You're looking a bit pale... are you all right?BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.A2a
87BoSGroup01: Hey doc, you got a minute?Are you feeling ill, brother?BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.A3a
88BoSGroup01: Hey doc, you got a minute?Are you feeling ill, sister?BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.A4a
890017F045BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.You have nothing to worry about. Just take these once a day and check back with me in a week.A1a
90BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.Hm... interesting. Why don't you come back and see me later so I can give you a thorough examination.A2a
91BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.Oh my, that sounds unusual. Try and get some rest and drink plenty of liquids if you can.A3a
92BoSGroup01: They were serving mirelurk egg salad in the mess hall yesterday, and I've been vomiting up green stuff all morning.Yes, I've heard of that before. Here, swallow this medicine and you'll be as right as rain in no time.A4a

DialogueGenericDoctorsEdit

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93DoctorGreetScene0013603BPlayer Default: Not interested.Very well.B1a
94Player Default: Not interested.Fine.B2a
95Player Default: Not interested.All right. Excuse me.B3a
96Player Default: Not interested.Let me know if that changes.B4a
97000A7CC6{Doctor speaking to a patient. / Neutral} Welcome back. I heard about the operation at Fort Strong. Any injuries that require tending to?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
98{Doctor speaking to a patient. / Neutral} I must commend you. Convincing Doctor Li to return to the Brotherhood, I didn't think it was possible. Now, are you in need of treatment?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
99{Doctor speaking to a patient. / Impressed} Proctor Quinlan tells me you're responsible for restoring Liberty Prime. Superb work. But you're here for medical attention. What can I do?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
100{A close friend was recently revealed to be a traitor. / Somber} Danse? A synth? Hard to stomach news like that. Are you doing all right? Anything that needs tending to?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
101{Doctor addressing a patient. / Neutral} Heard you made short work of the Railroad. Did you sustain any injuries?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
102{Doctor addressing a patient. / Neutral} Paladin, welcome. Congratulations on your promotion. Is there something I can do for you?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
103{Friendly. / Friendly} Word is you made Sentinel. Congratulations. Was there anything you needed?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
104Good to see you again, Knight. Anything I can do to help?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
105Good to see you again, Paladin. Anything I can do to help?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
106Good to see you again, Sentinel. Anything I can do to help?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
107Please state the nature of your medical emergency.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
108How can I help you today?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
109Looking for medical assistance, soldier?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
110Something I can do for you, soldier?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
111Not many doctors around these days. Should let me take a look at you.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
112If you need fixing up, let's get a look at you.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
113I can patch you up if you need it. For a small fee, of course.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
1140005FB6EPlayer Default: Patch me up, doc.{warm / Friendly} Well, to fix the problem... I need to know what it is first.A3a
115Player Default: Patch me up, doc.{warm / Friendly} All right, soldier... you'll be fine. Just tell me what the trouble is.A4a
116Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Now, go over your symptoms for me. One at a time.A5a
117Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Tell me your symptoms.A6a
118Player Default: Patch me up, doc.What's feeling off today? What can you tell me?A7a
119Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Go over your symptoms with me.A8a
1200005FB6DPlayer Default: Could use some supplies, actually.No problem, soldier. Take a look.X8a
121Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.Scribes have been stocking us up... help yourself.X9a
122Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.I suppose I could spare some Stimpaks.X10a
123Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.All right, but go easy on the Chems.X11a
124Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.Let's see what I can spare...X12a
1250005FB6CGot nothing, sorry. Just trying to practice medicine.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Y18a
126Nothing that would interest you. Now, let's talk about you and your health.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Y19a
127Been out of the loop. Lot of sick and injured taking up my time. Now, if you need treatment, let me know.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Y20a
128DoctorMedicineScene02_Exam000C038B{patient just told you they aren't in pain} Glad to hear it. Anything else?A2a
129{patient just told you they aren't in pain} Good. Hope it stays that way. Anything else?A3a
130{patient just told you they aren't in pain} Good. Anything else?A4a
131{medical examination / Puzzled} Huh, you look fine, but... oh wait... yep, that's gonna need to be set back in place. Let's get started.A6a
132{medical examination} Eh, I've seen worse. Better stitch you up before infection sets in, though.A7a
133{medical examination} Scrapes and bruises, but it's probably a good idea to get them fixed up.A8a
134{examining a patient} That's some pretty serious trauma you have there, soldier. I'll take care of it right away.A10a
135You're lucky to be alive. I'll get you taken care of.A11a
136{examining a patient / Thinking} Severe lacerations, puncture wounds, muscle spasms in the eyes from high levels of stress... Yeah, let's patch you up.A12a
137{medical examination / Thinking} Hmm... gonna need to brace those fractures, apply some cream for the burns, a few sets of stitches. Better get to it...A13a
138{medical examination / Surprised} Oh wow, that's a lot of blood. We'll need to operate right away.A14a
139Ouch... looks like you've seen a bit of action, but I think we can get you on your feet again.A15a
140I'd love to help you, soldier... but supplies cost caps and everyone is expected to pitch in. Maxson's orders.A17a
141{Apologetic} Well, I'd patch you up, but I have costs to cover, and you're short on caps. What else is bothering you?A18a
142{Apologetic} You're hurt, all right, but you're also dead broke. Sorry. Anything else?A19a
143{Apologetic} I'd like to help you, but I got costs to cover, and you're low on caps. Was there anything else?A20a
144000C038AAll right. You watch yourself out there, soldier.B2a
145Sounds good. Be careful, Paladin... we'd hate to lose you.B3a
146Sounds good. Be careful, Knight... we'd hate to lose you.B4a
147All right. Don't ruin my hard work by dying out there.B5a
148Take better care of yourself in the future, okay?B6a
149Off you go, then.B7a
150No problem. Let me know if you need anything else.B9a
151{played asked for help, then changed his mind} On your way, then.B11a
152{played asked for help, then changed his mind} Fine. Come back later.B12a
153{played asked for help, then changed his mind} Very well, then.B13a
154000C0389{examining a patient, they just told you their radiation levels are normal} Good. Keep an eye on it, though. What else?X1a
155{seeing signs of radiation sickness} Blood pooling in the gums. Signs of anemia. Yeah. We better clean you up.X3a
156{seeing signs of radiation sickness} All right. Let's flush your system.X4a
157{seeing signs of radiation sickness} We'll clean you up, don't worry.X5a
158{Apologetic} You don't have enough caps for the fee. Sorry. Anything else?X8a
159{Apologetic} We can clean you up, but you don't have enough money to cover the costs. Anything else?X9a
160{Apologetic} You're definitely sick, but you don't have enough money to cover my fee. Sorry. Was there something else?X10a
161000C0388Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{examining a patient, who says they are not addicted to any chems} Glad to hear it. Anything else?Y1a
162Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{treating someone's chem addiction} There's nothing to be embarrassed about, it's more common than you think. Let's clear that problem up right away.Y3a
163Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{curing patient's chem addiction} You're strung out all right. I got something that can clean you up.Y7a
164Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{curing patient's chem addiction} Yeah, you got it bad. Let's flush your system. It's gonna burn like crazy, afterwards, all right?Y8a
165Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{curing patient's chem addiction} Let's clean you up. Not gonna be pleasant...Y9a
166Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{Apologetic} I'm sorry. Cleaning up addiction costs money, and you're short on caps. Was there anything else?Y11a
167Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{Apologetic} I can help, but not for free. You'll need to come back when you have the caps. You need anything else?Y12a
168Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{Apologetic} We can help you when you have enough money. Addiction isn't cheap to cure. Anything else?Y13a
169DoctorMedicineScene03_AllDone0005FB20Done. Now, was there anything else bothering you?A2a
170And that's that. Anything else bothering you?A3a
171All done. Any other complaints?A4a

DialogueGenericUniqueVoiceTypesEdit

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172-0019542F{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Gah!
173{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nargh!
174{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Unf!
175{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Grrh!
176{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nnh!
1770019542E{death / InPain} For... E-elder M-maxson...
178{death / InPain} Honor and g-glory...
179{death / InPain} For the B-brotherhood...
180{InPain} Agh.
1810019542C{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Argh!
182{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Weergh!
183{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Yeagh!
184{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Nargh!
185{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Oof!
186{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Agh!
1870019542A{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
188{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Yyyaaaarrgghh!
189{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Rrrraaaaarrggghhhh!
19000195432{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Grrargh!
191{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Aggghh!
192{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Nyyarrggh!
193{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Rrarggh!
194{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Yearrgh!
195{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Hyargh!
19600195431{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Hunh!
197{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Gah!
198{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Yah!
199{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Rargh!
20000195430{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} *heavy breathing* *cough cough*
201{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Oof! *heavy breathing*
202{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Agh! *cough* *wheeze*
20300195429For the Brotherhood!
204For victory!
205No mercy!
206Ad victoriam!
207For Elder Maxson!

HolotapesQuestEdit

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208BoSCadeHolotape
Knight-Captain Cade's report
001AC5BDMedical report, Knight-Captain Cade reporting.A1a
209I've been working closely with Scribe Neriah examining some of the synth bodies that our recon teams have recovered.A1b
210Even though we have yet to recover the synths that appear completely human, these lesser models are still astoundingly advanced.A1c
211What's becoming apparent is that the Institute is the most technologically gifted enemy we've ever encountered, and therefore exceedingly dangerous.A1d
212I've turned over all of my data to Lancer-Captain Kells along with my recommendations for developing effective countermeasures for these synths.A1e
213Unfortunately, I'm not sure how much it will help given the fact that the real enemy are the synths that could be hiding among us.A1f

RR303Edit

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214-000432BASo many soldiers killed and wounded.
215At every turn we've been thwarted.
216So many soldiers killed and wounded. Things are not going well.