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This is a transcript for dialogue with Proctor Ingram.

BoS201Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1BoS204_01_IngramScene0013C660PlayerVoiceFemale01: Here's your holotape, Proctor. Hope the data on that thing was worth it.{Confident} Thanks.Ingram: You know, it's good to see you're still in one piece. I wasn't sure what the interceptor would do to you.A1a
20013C65BPlayer Default: I wasn't worried. After all, I built the device myself.{Confident} I have confidence in everything I build too, but that's because I'll only deal with technology that I understand.Ingram: Speaking of technology I don't understand, I'll get this holotape to Proctor Quinlan.A1a

BoS203Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
30013C65APlayer Default: I'm not here for small talk.{Irritated} Suit yourself.Ingram: In the meantime, your mission to recruit Dr. Li still needs to be completed. I believe Elder Maxson gave you all of the details.B1a

BoS204Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
4-000A7D01{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.} Come find me when you're done checking in with Maxson and Danse.A
5{Irritated} The Main Deck is off limits until the address is completed, Initiate.A
6-000A7CA2{Irritated} I'm busy right now, Knight... and you have a mission to complete for Elder Maxson. I suggest you get back to work.A
70024901EPlayer Default: It will, but we've got a lot of work ahead of us first.{Confident} Come on, it's this way.A1a
8002462D7Ingram: Good luck, Knight.{Irritated} Before we jump to conclusions, let's see what Quinlan's scribes can get off of it.A1a
9{Confident} I'm sure the Institute has all of their data heavily encrypted, so it's going to take some time to crack.A1b
10{Confident} After that, we'll have to see what we've got. There's no telling what we might have grabbed off their mainframe.Ingram: In the meantime, I've got a new assignment for you.A1c
110018B917Ingram: After that, we'll have to see what we've got. There's no telling what we might have grabbed off their mainframe.{Confident} In the meantime, I've got a new assignment for you.Ingram: So, I'll bet your eager to get your hands dirty on our new project. How much has Maxson told you about it?A1a
120013C66AIngram: Thanks.{Friendly} You know, it's good to see you're still in one piece. I wasn't sure what the interceptor would do to you.Player Default: I wasn't worried. After all, I built the device myself.A1a
130013C665Player Default: Hopefully, it'll reveal a weakness in their defenses.{Concerned} That would be the best-case scenario.Ingram: Before we jump to conclusions, let's see what Quinlan's scribes can get off of it.A1a
140013C664Player Default: So we were just shooting in the dark?{Irritated} It's the best we could come up with on such short notice.Ingram: Before we jump to conclusions, let's see what Quinlan's scribes can get off of it.B1a
150013C663Player Default: For all we know, that thing could be a recipe for "Deathclaw Surprise."{Irritated} Well, it's the best we could do with such short notice.Ingram: Before we jump to conclusions, let's see what Quinlan's scribes can get off of it.X1a
160013C662Player Default: What do you hope to find on there?{SinisterSmile} Whatever the Institute doesn't want anybody to know.Ingram: Before we jump to conclusions, let's see what Quinlan's scribes can get off of it.Y1a
170013C659Player Default: You mean being zapped into energy and then put back together again? Piece of cake.{Irritated} You can make jokes all you want, but I wouldn't put so much faith in technology I didn't understand.Ingram: Speaking of technology I don't understand, I'll get this holotape to Proctor Quinlan.X1a
180013C658Player Default: You didn't expect me to survive the trip?{Confident} A device like the Signal Interceptor is way out of my league.Y1a
19{Confident} I was hoping you'd make it, but I find it tough to have faith in technology I don't understand.Ingram: Speaking of technology I don't understand, I'll get this holotape to Proctor Quinlan.Y1b
200013C657Player Default: I have confidence in everything I build too, but that's because I'll only deal with technology that I understand.{Confident} Speaking of technology I don't understand, I'll get this holotape to Proctor Quinlan.A1a
21{Confident} I'm dying to find out what's on it.Player Default: Hopefully, it'll reveal a weakness in their defenses.A1b
220013C656Ingram: After that, we'll have to see what we've got. There's no telling what we might have grabbed off their mainframe.{Confident} In the meantime, your mission to recruit Dr. Li still needs to be completed. I believe Elder Maxson gave you all of the details.A1a
23{Friendly} Good luck, Knight.Ingram: Before we jump to conclusions, let's see what Quinlan's scribes can get off of it.A1b
2400249027Ingram: In the meantime, I've got a new assignment for you.{Question} So, I'll bet your eager to get your hands dirty on our new project. How much has Maxson told you about it?Player Default: Whatever it is, I'm sure it'll help us crush the Instutute.A1a
2500249026Player Default: Whatever it is, I'm sure it'll help us crush the Instutute.{Concerned} It will, but we've got a lot of work ahead of us first.Ingram: Come on, it's this way.A1a
2600249025Player Default: He didn't tell me anything.{Confident} Makes sense. We've been trying to keep it under wraps until the time was right.Ingram: Come on, it's this way.B1a
2700249024Player Default: He seems to feel it's pretty important.{Concerned} Important is an understatement. We're pouring every resource we have into this thing. I hope it's worth it.Ingram: Come on, it's this way.X1a
2800249023Player Default: Why all the secrecy?{Concerned} We're pouring every resource we have into this thing and we can't risk tipping off the Institute.Y1a
29{Confident} For now, the fewer people that know about it, the better.Ingram: Come on, it's this way.Y1b
30-0013C66B{Confident} Everyone is waiting for you to bring that holotape back. Don't let us down.A
31Remember to bring me that holotape as soon as you return from the Institute.A
32{Confident} Keep an eye open for technical documents for Quinlan while you're in the Institute.A

BoS301Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
33BoS301_01_IngramStage00100013C678Player Default: Whatever it is, I'm sure it'll help us crush the Instutute.{Confident} It will, but we've got a lot of work ahead of us first.BoS301Ingram: Come on, it's this way.A1a
340013C677Player Default: He didn't tell me anything.{Confident} Makes sense. We've been trying to keep it under wraps until the time was right.BoS301Ingram: Come on, it's this way.B1a
350013C676Player Default: He seems to feel it's pretty important.{Concerned} Important is an understatement. We're pouring every resource we have into this thing. I hope it's worth it.BoS301Ingram: Come on, it's this way.X1a
360013C675Player Default: Why all the secrecy?{Concerned} We're pouring every resource we have into this thing. We can't risk tipping off the Institute.Y1a
37{Confident} For now, the fewer people that know about it, the better.BoS301Ingram: Come on, it's this way.Y1b
38000B2EA1{Question} So, I'll bet your eager to get your hands dirty on our new project. How much has Maxson told you about it?Player Default: Whatever it is, I'm sure it'll help us crush the Instutute.A
39000B2E98Player Default: It will, but we've got a lot of work ahead of us first.{Friendly} Come on, it's this way.A1a
40BoS301_02_IngramStage0020000B2E97{re-record / Sarcastic} Unless you're as blind as a bat, I'm sure you've noticed that we've been building a gantry on the tarmac.BoS301Ingram: Maxson and Kells have been looking for something that'll tip the balance when we go toe to toe with the Institute.A1a
41000B2E96BoS301Ingram: Unless you're as blind as a bat, I'm sure you've noticed that we've been building a gantry on the tarmac.{re-record / Confident} Maxson and Kells have been looking for something that'll tip the balance when we go toe to toe with the Institute.A1a
42{Concerned} Now the Prydwen might be a big beast, but she's not built for fighting.A1b
43{Confident} That's where our new project comes in.BoS301Ingram: This storage bay full of parts is what's left of Liberty Prime.A1c
44000B2E95BoS301Ingram: The Brotherhood used it in the Capital Wasteland as a weapon against the Enclave.{Confident} It's the most advanced robot the Brotherhood has ever had at its disposal.BoS301Ingram: Unfortunately, Liberty Prime was destroyed in the line of duty.A1a
45000B2E94BoS301Ingram: It's the most advanced robot the Brotherhood has ever had at its disposal.{Irritated} Unfortunately, Liberty Prime was destroyed in the line of duty.A1a
46{Irritated} I've spent the better part of the last few years piecing him back together.A1b
47{Sarcastic} And if you think that was easy, try rebuilding a Protectron while you're blindfolded.A1c
48001436E6BoS301Ingram: That's where our new project comes in.{Confident} This storage bay full of parts is what's left of Liberty Prime.A1a
49{Confident} The Brotherhood used it in the Capital Wasteland as a weapon against the Enclave.BoS301Ingram: It's the most advanced robot the Brotherhood has ever had at its disposal.A1b
50BoS301_03_IngramStage00300013C670{sarcastic - playing is walking away / Sarcastic} Before you run off, maybe you should listen to your orders. This robot isn't going to build itself.A1a
51000B2EA1{Confident} In order to get Liberty Prime fully operational, we're going to need your help.Player Default: No problem. I'm sure this only looks worse than it actually is.A
52000B2E92Player Default: No problem. I'm sure this only looks worse than it actually is.{Impressed} Whew, I wish I had your confidence.A1a
53{Concerned} Because this is not going to be easy.BoS301Ingram: Now... the good news is that we've got most of Prime's parts fully assembled.A1b
54000B2E91Player Default: This is a waste of time.{Irritated} This isn't a request, Knight.B1a
55{Irritated} Maxson put you on this project for a reason. I suggest you follow his orders to the letter.BoS301Ingram: Now... the good news is that we've got most of Prime's parts fully assembled.B1b
56000B2E90Player Default: It'll take a miracle to get this pile of junk operational.{Sarcastic} You think he looks rough now? You should have seen him when I unsealed the salvage crates filled with his parts.BoS301Ingram: Now... the good news is that we've got most of Prime's parts fully assembled.X1a
57000B2E8FPlayer Default: My help? I don't know a thing about robot repair.{Confident} Why don't we leave the repairing to my scribes. You're going to be doing the legwork.BoS301Ingram: Now... the good news is that we've got most of Prime's parts fully assembled.Y1a
58000B2E89Player Default: Because this is not going to be easy.{Confident} Now... the good news is that we've got most of Prime's parts fully assembled.A1a
59{Irritated} The bad news is that its going to take more than a few rivets and some spot welding to get them working again.BoS301Ingram: The first problem is his CPU. It's fragile, and every time we try to feed power to it, it blows itself out.A1b
60000B2E88BoS301Ingram: The bad news is that its going to take more than a few rivets and some spot welding to get them working again.{Irritated} The first problem is his CPU. It's fragile, and every time we try to feed power to it, it blows itself out.Player Default: There's got to be a way to solve that.A1a
61000B2E87Player Default: There's got to be a way to solve that.{Irritated} I do all the maintenance on the Prydwen, so you'd think it'd be a snap.BoS301Ingram: As much as I hate to admit it, Prime's power systems are out of my league.A1a
62000B2E86Player Default: That doesn't sound hard to fix.{Sarcastic} Oh yeah, sure. I'll just run down to the local giant robot store and buy myself some "how-to" manuals.BoS301Ingram: As much as I hate to admit it, Prime's power systems are out of my league.B1a
63000B2E85Player Default: I assume you can fix that.{Irritated} I wish it was that simple.X1a
64{Concerned} If this happened to one of the robots on the Prydwen, I'd just swap out its fusion pile.BoS301Ingram: As much as I hate to admit it, Prime's power systems are out of my league.X1b
65000B2E84Player Default: Why is the power blowing out his CPU?{Confident} Liberty Prime has a highly complex power system.Y1a
66{InPain} A good deal of that system was damaged when he exploded, so I'm working in the dark trying to come up with parts on my own.BoS301Ingram: Luckily, you were able to convince Doctor Madison Li to return to the Brotherhood.Y1b
67000B2E7FPlayer Default: I do all the maintenance on the Prydwen, so you'd think it'd be a snap.{Irritated} As much as I hate to admit it, Prime's power systems are out of my league.BoS301Ingram: Luckily, you were able to convince Doctor Madison Li to return to the Brotherhood.A1a
68000B2E7EBoS301Ingram: As much as I hate to admit it, Prime's power systems are out of my league.{Grateful} Luckily, you were able to convince Doctor Madison Li to return to the Brotherhood.A1a
69{Confident} She was on the original build team for Liberty Prime a little over a decade ago.A1b
70{Irritated} I've already spoken to her, but she's reluctant to work on Prime for some reason.A1c
71{Confident} If you could get her down here to lend a hand with his power system, we can get the big guy moving.A1d
72BoS301Ingram: As much as I hate to admit it, Prime's power systems are out of my league.{Confident} What we need is a robotics expert, and there's someone in Diamond City that fits the bill.A2a
73{Confident} Her name's Professor Scara. Locals say she's a wizard when it comes to fixing robots.A2b
74{Confident} Why don't you head over there and see if you can talk her into helping us.A2c
75{Confident} Oh, and take this with you.A2d
76{SinisterSmile} Once she sees one of those Cerebrofusion Adapters, I'm pretty sure she'll have a tough time saying no.A2e
77{Confident} In the meantime, I'll prep Prime's CPU and we'll see if we can't get the big guy moving.A2f
78BoS301_07_IngramStage0090001AB88BBoS301Li: Good luck.{Confident} Once you start building the actuators we need one for each limb, so you'll need to make a total of four.A1a
79{Confident} Good luck, Knight.A1b
80001AADEEBoS301Scara: Here's a list of materials you'll need and the plans to make the actuators.{Amused} Now before you get that look on your face, you'll be happy to know that we have plenty of the raw materials on that list right here at the airport.A1a
81{Confident} The only thing we need you to head out and find is a High-Powered Magnet.A1b
82{Confident} According to Proctor Quinlan, the best place to find one is in any of the ruined hospitals around the Commonwealth.A1c
83{Confident} We've already sent out a few teams to find the rest of the High-Powered Magnets you'll need. They should be back by the time you return.BoS301Scara: Once you start building the actuators we need one for each limb, so you'll need to make a total of four.A1d
84001436EB{Irritated} Walking away from me isn't going to help Prime get built any faster.A1a
8500140B0EBoS301Ingram: We're going to have to rip those out, construct a brand new system using electromagnets, and install them in his limbs.{Confident} What we need you to do is to build the actuators for us.BoS301Scara: All right, Ingram... enough with the school lessons.A1a
86000B2EA1{Question} Well, things are off to a good start... isn't that right, Doctor?BoS301Scara: You call this "a good start?"A
87{Question} Well, things are off to a good start... isn't that right, Professor?BoS301Scara: You call this "a good start?"A
88000B2E3EPlayer Default: Sorry about that, Ingram.{Friendly} Don't worry about it.A1a
89{Confident} We might be butting heads on a few issues, but I've dealt with worse.BoS301Ingram: Besides, Scara's worth all the aggravation.A1b
90000B2E3DPlayer Default: Maybe I should teach her some manners.{Confident} That's not necessary. She isn't going to be much good to us if she's lying in a hospital bed.BoS301Ingram: Besides, Scara's worth all the aggravation.B1a
91000B2E3CPlayer Default: Maybe I should come back later.{Friendly} It's fine, don't worry about it. We might not be the best of friends, but we'll get the job done.BoS301Ingram: Besides, Scara's worth all the aggravation.X1a
92000B2E3BPlayer Default: Did we make a mistake asking her to help?{Confident} No, don't worry about it. We might not be best buddies, but we'll get the job done.BoS301Ingram: Besides, Scara's worth all the aggravation.Y1a
93000B2E35Player Default: We might be butting heads on a few issues, but I've dealt with worse.{Confident} Besides, Scara's worth all the aggravation.A1a
94{re-record (add "power") / Impressed} I've never seen someone so proficient with Prime's power systems. She's already saved us weeks, maybe months of work.A1b
95{Confident} In fact, we're ready for you to start building his Electromagnetic Actuators.Player Default: Sure. Anything you need.A1c
96Player Default: We might be butting heads on a few issues, but I've dealt with worse.{Confident} Besides, Doctor Li's worth all the aggravation.A2a
97{Impressed} We're working with one of Prime's original designers. I don't see it getting any better than that.A2b
98{Confident} In fact, since things are going so well, we're going to have you start building his Electromagnetic Actuators.Player Default: Sure. Anything you need.A2c
99000B2E34Player Default: Sure. Anything you need.{Sarcastic} That's what I love about you.A1a
100{Sarcastic} You're ready to leap into action, and I bet you don't have the faintest idea what I'm talking about.BoS301Ingram: The actuators are what allows Liberty Prime's arms and legs to move.A1b
101000B2E33Player Default: You're acting like I know what those are.{Amused} Oh, I know you haven't the faintest idea what I'm talking about. I just like watching you squirm.BoS301Ingram: The actuators are what allows Liberty Prime's arms and legs to move.B1a
102000B2E32Player Default: Makes sense. You'll need powerful electromagnets to get his arms and legs moving.{surprised / Surprised} That's exactly right.X1a
103{Friendly} Well, well... you're full of surprises, aren't you.BoS301Ingram: What we need you to do is to build the actuators for us.X1b
104Player Default: Makes sense. You'll need powerful electromagnets to get his arms and legs moving.{Confident} I'd be surprised if you had.BoS301Ingram: The actuators are what allows Liberty Prime's arms and legs to move.X2a
105000B2E31Player Default: What do the actuators do?{Confident} Pretty simple really.BoS301Ingram: The actuators are what allows Liberty Prime's arms and legs to move.Y1a
106000B2E2CPlayer Default: You're ready to leap into action, and I bet you don't have the faintest idea what I'm talking about.{Confident} The actuators are what allows Liberty Prime's arms and legs to move.A1a
107{Confident} Prime's new limbs are way too heavy for the simple hydraulic pistons he had in the past.A1b
108{Confident} We're going to have to rip those out, construct a brand new system using electromagnets, and install them in his limbs.BoS301Ingram: What we need you to do is to build the actuators for us.A1c
109000B2E24BoS301Li: Especially him. I don't want him anywhere near me while I work.{Concerned} I don't know what you said to piss her off, but I'd steer clear of her if I were you.Player Default: Sorry about that, Ingram.A1a
110BoS301Li: Especially him. I don't want him anywhere near me while I work.{light sarcasm / Sarcastic} Charming, isn't she.Player Default: Sorry about that, Ingram.A2a
111000B2E23BoS301Scara: All right, Ingram... enough with the school lessons.{Confident} Here, Doctor Li gave me a list of materials and the plans to build the actuators.BoS301Ingram: Now before you get that look on your face, you'll be happy to know that we have plenty of the raw materials on that list right here at the airport.A1a
112BoS301_08_IngramStage0120000B2EA1{Impressed} That's all four actuators... delivered and done. Nice work.BoS301Li: Right on schedule.A
113000B2E20BoS301Scara: I've finished restoring Prime's basic programming, but trying to explain to him why he can't walk is testing my patience.{Confident} Well, as soon as my scribes get those actuators in place, we'll have his arms and legs installed in no time.BoS301Ingram: Which brings me to your next assignment.A1a
114000B2E1FBoS301Ingram: Well, as soon as my scribes get those actuators in place, we'll have his arms and legs installed in no time.{Confident} Which brings me to your next assignment.A1a
115{Confident} It won't be long before Prime can walk and talk, but he's missing one last important element... his nukes.A1b
116{Concerned} Without them, his offensive systems aren't operating at peak capacity.Player Default: Shouldn't be a problem. Just tell me where they are.A1c
117000B2E1EPlayer Default: Shouldn't be a problem. Just tell me where they are.{Concerned} I wish I could.BoS301Ingram: Prime's bomb pack is fitted for Mark 28 Nuclear Bombs. The same type of bombs that were dropped from aircraft during the Great War.A1a
118000B2E1DPlayer Default: It's going to be impossible to find a stockpile big enough for him.{Concerned} You might be right.BoS301Ingram: Prime's bomb pack is fitted for Mark 28 Nuclear Bombs. The same type of bombs that were dropped from aircraft during the Great War.B1a
119000B2E1CPlayer Default: I'll run down to the Super-Duper Mart and pick some up.{deadpan / Sarcastic} Cute.X1a
120{Concerned} I wish it was that simple.BoS301Ingram: Prime's bomb pack is fitted for Mark 28 Nuclear Bombs. The same type of bombs that were dropped from aircraft during the Great War.X1b
121000B2E1BPlayer Default: What's Prime armed with?{Confident} Prime has two weapon systems: his eye laser and his nuke pack.Y1a
122{Confident} The eye laser can target a hostile from hundreds of yards out and take it down with pinpoint accuracy.Y1b
123{Confident} His nukes are modified Mark 28 Nuclear Bombs. They used to drop the things from bombers during the war.Y1c
124{Confident} Just one of the nukes is equivalent to about three or four Fat Man shells. Basically, whatever it hits isn't getting up again.Y1d
125{Confident} His eye laser is almost ready to go, but without nukes to load into his pack, he's fighting at less than half his capability.Player Default: Shouldn't be a problem. Just tell me where they are.Y1e
126000B2E16Player Default: I wish I could.{Confident} Prime's bomb pack is fitted for Mark 28 Nuclear Bombs. The same type of bombs that were dropped from aircraft during the Great War.A1a
127{Confident} The Commonwealth was a major staging area for the military's air force, so we assumed we wouldn't have trouble finding them.A1b
128{Irritated} But since we arrived, our scouting teams haven't located a single bomb.BoS301Scara: Liberty Prime will be effective when we get him fully operational, but he'll lack the proper firepower needed to penetrate the Institute's defenses.A1c
129000B2E13Player Default: She's right.{Concerned} Of course she's right.BoS301Ingram: But before you give up hope, there's actually a silver lining here.A1a
130000B2E12Player Default: Maybe we can arm him with something else.{Irritated} It'd take months or even years to install a new weapon system on Prime.B1a
131{Irritated} We're having a tough time making all the parts we need to get him running as it is.BoS301Ingram: But before you give up hope, there's actually a silver lining here.B1b
132000B2E11Player Default: Great... that's just great.{Thinking} Well, hang on a second.BoS301Ingram: But before you give up hope, there's actually a silver lining here.X1a
133000B2E10Player Default: Can I build the nukes like I built the actuators?{Confident} I could build you a thousand nuke casings right now, but we've got nothing to put inside them.Y1a
134{Confident} The Mark 28's have a specialized nuclear payload that requires the correct balance of fissile materials in order for them to detonate properly.Y1b
135{Sarcastic} In other words, I'd love to mix you a cocktail, but I'm all out of liquor.BoS301Ingram: But before you give up hope, there's actually a silver lining here.Y1c
136000B2E0BPlayer Default: Of course she's right.{Confident} But before you give up hope, there's actually a silver lining here.A1a
137{Confident} Proctor Quinlan has located some records regarding a military installation which was used as a nuclear weapon storage facility.A1b
138{Confident} We're fairly certain this included a stockpile of the Mark 28's.A1c
139{Confident} The catch is that the installation is located somewhere within the Glowing Sea.Player Default: I'll head out there immediately.A1d
140000B2E0APlayer Default: I'll head out there immediately.{Confident} Good, because that's exactly what we're asking you to do.BoS301Ingram: Scribe Haylen's established a communications point on the frontier of the Glowing Sea.A1a
141000B2E09Player Default: Oh no. Not again.{Amused} Yep... you better stock back up on the anti-radiation gear.BoS301Ingram: Scribe Haylen's established a communications point on the frontier of the Glowing Sea.B1a
142000B2E08Player Default: Sounds like that's our only option.{Confident} Yep. I only wish I had better information for you, but that's all we have to go on.BoS301Ingram: Scribe Haylen's established a communications point on the frontier of the Glowing Sea.X1a
143000B2E07Player Default: What do you mean you're only "fairly certain." Are they in there or not?{Irritated} The Glowing Sea is so heavily irradiated, it's giving us echoed readings and false positives.Y1a
144{Confident} We're just going to have to trust the records on this one.BoS301Ingram: Scribe Haylen's established a communications point on the frontier of the Glowing Sea.Y1b
145000B2E02Player Default: Good, because that's exactly what we're asking you to do.{Confident} Scribe Haylen's established a communications point on the frontier of the Glowing Sea.A1a
146{Confident} I suggest you head out there first and establish a signal protocol with her so that the nukes can be airlifted out once you've located them.A1b
147{Friendly} Hopefully by the time you've returned, we'll be ready to wake Prime up and you can say hello.A1c
148{Friendly} Good luck, Knight.A1d
149001436E9{Irritated} Hey, where are you going? We're almost done with Prime.A1a
150BoS301_11_IngramStage019500140C0FBoS301Li: Proctor? All the readouts look green. I think it's time for you to perform the power shunt.{Friendly} Actually, I think I'm going to let you press the button.A1a
151{Confident} After all, without your help, we'd still be staring a pile of disassembled parts.BoS301Scara: I'm in total agreement with Proctor Ingram. The honor should belong to you.A1b
152000B2EA1{Impressed} Looks like the Mark 28's are going to do the trick. That was a good find.BoS301Li: I'll work with your team to ensure that Prime's bombs remain stable after they're loaded into his pack.A
153000B2DC7BoS301Scara: Shouldn't take us more than a day or so.{Relieved} Well, Professor, I have to admit, we couldn't have done this without you.BoS301Scara: I appreciate the confedence, but I'm still a bit concerned.A1a
154BoS301Scara: Shouldn't take us more than a day or so.{Relieved} Well, Doctor Li, I have to admit, we couldn't have done this without you.BoS301Scara: I appreciate the confedence, but I'm still a bit concerned.A2a
155000B2DC4Player Default: I have full confidence in the abilities of everyone here.{Grateful} I appreciate that.BoS301Scara: Proctor? All the readouts look green. I think it's time for you to activate the power transfer.A1a
156000B2DC3Player Default: Um, maybe I should stand back.{Irritated} Don't be ridiculous. I've checked every connection, every circuit myself... Prime will hold together.BoS301Scara: Proctor? All the readouts look green. I think it's time for you to activate the power transfer.B1a
157000B2DC2Player Default: There's only one way to find out.{Confident} Absolutely.BoS301Scara: Proctor? All the readouts look green. I think it's time for you to activate the power transfer.X1a
158000B2DC1Player Default: Are you sure this is safe?{Confident} Of course. I've checked every connection, every circuit myself... Prime will hold together.BoS301Scara: Proctor? All the readouts look green. I think it's time for you to activate the power transfer.Y1a
159BoS301_12_LibertyPrimeStage2000014195FBoS301LibertyPrime: Liberty Prime... back online.{Relieved} All right, let's run a basic diagnostic on him.BoS301Scara: Give him a moment, he needs to adjust to his new configuration.A1a
1600014195DBoS301LibertyPrime: Primary Targets: Any and all Red Chinese invaders.{Confident} Now let me run a system analysis and battle readiness check...BoS301LibertyPrime: Liberty Prime full system analysis.A1a
1610014195CBoS301LibertyPrime: Ability to repel Red Chinese invaders: compromised.{Relieved} I've got green lights across the board here. He's looking good from where I'm sitting.BoS301Ingram: Professor, if you wouldn't mind keeping an eye on the big guy here, I'd appreciate it.A1a
1620014195BBoS301Ingram: I've got green lights across the board here. He's looking good from where I'm sitting.{Confident} Professor, if you wouldn't mind keeping an eye on the big guy here, I'd appreciate it.A1a
163BoS301Ingram: I've got green lights across the board here. He's looking good from where I'm sitting.{Confident} Doctor, if you wouldn't mind keeping an eye on the big guy here, I'd appreciate it.A2a
164BoS301_13_IngramStage210001A7C94Player Default: I couldn't agree with you more.{Confident} Before you head off to your next assignment, I have something for you.A1a
165{Friendly} I came up with this little beauty myself. I think it'll add a bit more punch to your Power Armor.Player Default: This wasn't necessary, Ingram.A1b
166001A7C93Player Default: This wasn't necessary, Ingram.{Irritated} Oh come on... you earned the damn thing.A1a
167{Amused} Besides, Liberty Prime isn't about to run out and get you a gift.BoS301Ingram: Anyway, that's enough of that. You better hightail it up to the Prydwen.A1b
168001A7C92Player Default: It'll do I suppose.{Disgust} Well, that's gratitude for you.BoS301Ingram: Anyway, that's enough of that. You better hightail it up to the Prydwen.B1a
169001A7C91Player Default: Damn, I didn't get anything for you.{joking back with Player / Amused} Sure you did. It's that big metal behemoth standing over there.BoS301Ingram: Anyway, that's enough of that. You better hightail it up to the Prydwen.X1a
170001A7C90Player Default: You think I'll need it for my next assignment?{Confident} I don't know, but it never hurts to be prepared.BoS301Ingram: Anyway, that's enough of that. You better hightail it up to the Prydwen.Y1a
1710014195APlayer Default: With him on our side, I don't see how the Institute even stands a chance.{Confident} I couldn't agree with you more.BoS301Ingram: Before you head off to your next assignment, I have something for you.A1a
172000B2EA1{Friendly} Well I have to admit, I wasn't sure we'd be able to pull it off, but Liberty Prime's looking pretty good.Player Default: With him on our side, I don't see how the Institute even stands a chance.A
17300141959Player Default: He's no match for Institute technology.{Confident} You say that now, but wait until you see the big guy in action.B1a
174{Irritated} You'll change your tune.BoS301Ingram: Before you head off to your next assignment, I have something for you.B1b
17500141958Player Default: I don't know. I hope he's enough to get the job done.{Amused} Just wait until you see the big guy in action.X1a
176{Confident} The Institute doesn't stand a chance.BoS301Ingram: Before you head off to your next assignment, I have something for you.X1b
17700141957Player Default: What was that he said about his Power Core?{Confident} Prime's in top shape, but his nuclear engine needs to be restarted.Y1a
178{Confident} Right now, we have him running off of the Prydwen's engines.Y1b
179{Friendly} Once I get that sorted out, we'll send him off to kick in the Institute's front door.BoS301Ingram: Before you head off to your next assignment, I have something for you.Y1c
18000141952Player Default: Besides, Liberty Prime isn't about to run out and get you a gift.{Confident} Anyway, that's enough of that. You better hightail it up to the Prydwen.A1a
181{Confident} Elder Maxson said he needed to speak to you as soon as you were done here.A1b
182{Friendly} And thank you, Knight. Without you, none of this would've been possible.A1c
183-000B2EA1Get out there and find us those Mark 28 Nukes.A
184Just build us those actuators, and we'll do the rest.A
185Head up to the Prydwen and tell Doctor Li we need her help. I'll see what I can do down here.A
186Scara's out at the General Atomics Galleria? Get her back here as soon as you can.A
187Head over to Professor Scara in Diamond City and get her to help us. In the meantime, I'll get Prime's power systems ready.A
188Just hold your horses. We're almost there.A

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189-000C31A3{Surprised} Paladin Danse lied to all of us. I hope he hasn't been feeding the Institute information.
190{Surprised} Paladin Danse was a hell of a soldier. I'm amazed you were able to take him down.

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191BoS302B_01_CaptainKellsStage0100016D185Player Default: I'll try to get it back here in one piece.{Impressed} Good... it would be a hell of a waste if you didn't.BoS302BKells: I'm certain you'll do whatever it takes to complete the mission.A1a
1920016D184Player Default: I'm not really the hacking type.{Irritated} Then find someone who is, and take them with you.B1a
193{Sarcastic} I'd hate to see that robot go to waste just because you don't know a terminal from the rear-end of a brahmin.BoS302BKells: I hope I don't need to remind you that the acquisition of technology is one of our most sacred tenets.B1b
1940016D183Player Default: Collecting technology for you is becoming a habit, Proctor.{Concerned} A habit you appreciate, I hope.BoS302BKells: I'm certain the Paladin appreciates that the acquisition of technology is one of our most sacred tenets.X1a
1950016D182Player Default: Anything useful you can tell me about P.A.M.?{Irritated} We have very little information on it.Y1a
196{Confident} It's primary function is supposed to be using mathematical calculations in order to predict future events.Y1b
197{Confident} I have no idea how successful it was, but if the Railroad's been using P.A.M. for this long, it's got to be providing them with some sort of benefit.Y1c
198{Confident} I'm sure Proctor Quinlan would be pleased to have it in his possession.BoS302BKells: I think that should be sufficient information to assist you on the mission, Paladin.Y1d
1990016B802BoS302BKells: Now before you depart, Proctor Ingram has additional orders for you to complete.{Confident} Our sources tell us that the Railroad has some sort of experimental or prototype robot in their headquarters.A1a
200{Sarcastic} They're calling the "Predictive Analytic Machine," or "P.A.M." for short. Cute, huh?A1b
201{Concerned} They use the robot for complex strategic calculations that are much more efficient than anything we can generate here.A1c
202{Confident} If you could use this holotape to decrypt the security on P.A.M.'s terminal, it will force the unit to return to the Prydwen.A1d
203{Confident} I'm certain we could put P.A.M.'s computing power to good use. Otherwise, destroy it. We wouldn't want it to fall into the Institute's hands.Player Default: I'll try to get it back here in one piece.A1e
204-00109044If you find anything interesting in the Railroad headquarters, don't forget to bring it back here.
205Try and get P.A.M. back here in one piece, okay?
206If you're no good at hacking P.A.M.'s systems, you should take someone with you who can.
207Lancer-Captain Kells wants to speak to you. Better not keep him waiting, Paladin.

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208BoS303_01_Stage1000162BC6{Irritated} Where the heck are you going? I'm not finished talking to you yet.A1a
2090015F7F7NPCFProctorIngram: You look like you've been through the wringer, Paladin. Can't say that I blame you.{sympathizing with Player / Friendly} That was a hell of a business with Danse. I can't even imagine having to look him in the face and pull the trigger.Player Default: If we're going to defeat the Institute, we can't allow personal feelings to interfere with our mission.A1a
210001564D9Player Default: Do I have a choice?{Sarcastic} In case you haven't noticed, you're a Paladin. That puts you in charge of the mission.Y1a
211{Sarcastic} If you don't want me to go, I'll stay behind... but you won't be making my holiday list this year.Player Default: Fair enough. It would be helpful to have you along.Y1b
212001564D3Player Default: I knew you'd see it my way.{Confident} Kells has a vertibird on standby waiting to drop us off on the roof of the Mass Fusion tower.A1a
213{Confident} Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.BoS303Ingram: If the Institute finds out the Agitator's there, they'll do everything they can to keep it out of our hands.A1b
214Player Default: I knew you'd see it my way.{Confident} Kells has a vertibird on standby waiting to drop you off on the roof of the Mass Fusion tower.A2a
215{Confident} Grab whatever gear you need and head up to the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.BoS303Ingram: If the Institute finds out the Agitator's there, they'll do everything they can to keep it out of our hands.A2b
216000FDCA8{Surprised} You look like you've been through the wringer, Paladin. Can't say that I blame you.BoS303Ingram: That was a hell of a business with Danse. I can't even imagine having to look him in the face and pull the trigger.A
217000CEAA9Player Default: If we're going to defeat the Institute, we can't allow personal feelings to interfere with our mission.{not mocking / Amused} Spoken like a true disciple of Maxson.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we need to move on to more important things now... like getting Liberty Prime off of life support.A1a
218000CEAA8Player Default: Honestly, I'd prefer not to talk about it.{Apologetic} I hear you loud and clear, Paladin.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we need to move on to more important things now... like getting Liberty Prime off of life support.B1a
219000CEAA7Player Default: Believe me, it wasn't easy.{Apologetic} Well, if it makes you feel any better, I'm sorry you had to be the one to handle the dirty work.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we need to move on to more important things now... like getting Liberty Prime off of life support.X1a
220000CEAA6Player Default: Do you think I did the right thing?{Impressed} You're damn right you did!Y1a
221{Confident} He was a synth, and he needed to go down hard. We can't make exceptions for anyone.Y1b
222{Confident} If there was even an ounce of Brotherhood left in Danse, I'm betting he would have told you the same thing.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we need to move on to more important things now... like getting Liberty Prime off of life support.Y1c
223000CEA8FPlayer Default: Spoken like a true disciple of Maxson.{Sudden subject change, lightening the mood / Friendly} Anyway, we need to move on to more important things now... like getting Liberty Prime off of life support.A1a
224{Confident} We've been feeding him power through the Prydwen's engines, but there isn't nearly enough juice to cold start his fusion reactor.A1b
225{Confident} That's why we need you to find us a Beryllium Agitator.Player Default: And I'm betting you know right where to find it.A1c
226000CEA51Player Default: And I'm betting you know right where to find it.{Amused} Of course I do. I didn't become head of ship maintenance just because of my good looks, you know.BoS303Ingram: Quinlan dug up some dirt on a company called Mass Fusion... they were a power utility company before the world went belly-up.A1a
227000CEA50Player Default: Turning out to be quite a grocery list to get that hunk of junk running.{Irritated} Hey, I was handed a crate full of burned out spare parts with no blueprints and I still managed to get the big guy put back together.B1a
228{Confident} If we find this last piece, I promise you he'll be combat ready in a matter of hours.BoS303Ingram: Quinlan dug up some dirt on a company called Mass Fusion... they were a power utility company before the world went belly-up.B1b
229000CEA4FPlayer Default: Fine. Just point me in the right direction.{Friendly} I was hoping you'd say that.BoS303Ingram: Quinlan dug up some dirt on a company called Mass Fusion... they were a power utility company before the world went belly-up.X1a
230000CEA40Player Default: How can a "Beryllium Agitator" start up his reactor?{Confident} If Prime's reactor is a campfire, the Beryllium Agitator is like a match. Strike it, throw it on the logs, and the whole thing ignites.Y1a
231{Confident} Fusion reactors need a massive power surge in order to get the reaction started. Once it starts, it's self-sustaining.Y1b
232{Amused} I'm sure I could get one of my scribes to bore you to death with the details, but you get the gist.Player Default: And I'm betting you know right where to find it.Y1c
233000CEA0FBoS303Ingram: Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.{Confident} If the Institute finds out the Agitator's there, they'll do everything they can to keep it out of our hands.A1a
234001564E5Player Default: Of course I do. I didn't become head of ship maintenance just because of my good looks, you know.{Confident} Quinlan dug up some dirt on a company called Mass Fusion... they were a power utility company before the world went belly-up.A1a
235{Confident} The CEO was some kind of an inventor... dreamed up all sorts of nuclear power toys.A1b
236{Confident} The Agitator was his crown jewel. Records show he was working on it in his lab at the top of their high-rise in the Financial District.A1c
237{Amused} That's where we're headed. Hope you don't mind a little company, because I'm coming with you.Companion: You sure it's a good idea to take Miss Nanny here with us?A1d
238BoS303_01_Stage10PostPrime0015CE87BoS303Ingram: I wonder if the Institute needs it, or they're just trying to keep it away from us.{Confident} Either way, we should both head over to Mass Fusion to get our hands on the Beryllium Agitator first.A1a
239{Confident} That's if you don't mind a little company of course.Companion: You sure it's a good idea to take Miss Nanny here with us?A1b
2400015CE86PlayerVoiceFemale01: Proctor Ingram, the Institute wants me to get something called a "Beryllium Agitator" from the ruins of Mass Fusion.{Impressed} Well, well, well. Things might actually be going our way for once.A1a
241{Impressed} I was having Proctor Quinlan research a way to start Liberty Prime's reactor... and then this falls into our lap.A1b
242{Thinking} I wonder if the Institute needs it, or they're just trying to keep it away from us.BoS303Ingram: Either way, we should both head over to Mass Fusion to get our hands on the Beryllium Agitator first.A1c
2430015CE76Player Default: Do I have a choice?{Sarcastic} You're the boots on the ground around here. I'm just a glorified mechanic.Y1a
244{Amused} If you don't want me to go, I'll stay behind... but you won't be making my holiday list this year.Player Default: Fair enough. It would be helpful to have you along.Y1b
2450015CE75Player Default: I knew you'd see it my way.{Confident} Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.A1a
246{Confident} This could be our best chance at securing a power source for Liberty Prime.A1b
247Player Default: I knew you'd see it my way.{Confident} Grab whatever gear you need and head up to the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.A2a
248{Confident} This could be your best chance at securing a power source for Liberty Prime.A2b
249BoS303_01_Stage10PrePrime0015CE9APlayerVoiceFemale01: Proctor Ingram, the Institute wants me to get something called a "Beryllium Agitator" from the ruins of Mass Fusion.{pause as if in thought, trying to remember a long-forgotten fact / Thinking} A Beryllium Agitator?A1a
250I seem to remember reading an old technical document on those once, but I only thought they were theoretical.A1b
251It must be pretty darn important if they're sending you to find one.BoS303Ingram: Hm... You know, if we head over to Mass Fusion right now, we may be able to get the device before the Institute does.A1c
2520015CE99BoS303Ingram: It must be pretty darn important if they're sending you to find one.Hm... You know, if we head over to Mass Fusion right now, we may be able to get the device before the Institute does.A1a
253That's if you don't mind a little company of course.Companion: You sure it's a good idea to take Miss Nanny here with us?A1b
2540015CE94Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.{Amused} I knew you'd see it my way.BoS303Ingram: Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.A1a
2550015CE93Player Default: No way. You're staying here.{Irritated} Hey, I might be walking around with metal rods shoved into my spine, but I can still take care of myself.Player Default: Fair enough. It would be helpful to have you along.B1a
2560015CE92Player Default: It's your funeral.{Sarcastic} Well, with a big, bad soldier like you watching my back that's not going to happen, now is it.BoS303Ingram: Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.X1a
2570015CE91Player Default: Why would you want to go?{Surprised} Are you kidding me? Mass Fusion was on the cutting edge of atomic technology.Y1a
258{Confident} And considering that there hasn't been much in the way of engineering advancements lately, that makes it a goddamn gold mine.Y1b
259{Confident} I'm not going to miss an opportunity like that.Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.Y1c
2600015CE8BPlayer Default: Forget it, Ingram. It's too dangerous.{Irritated} Fine. Have it your way.B1a
261{Irritated} I just hope you don't bring back a paperweight by mistake.BoS303Ingram: Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.B1b
2620015CE89Player Default: Do I have a choice?You're the boots on the ground around here. I'm just a glorified mechanic.Y1a
263If you don't want me to go, I'll stay behind... but you won't be making my holiday list this year.Player Default: Fair enough. It would be helpful to have you along.Y1b
2640015CE88Player Default: I knew you'd see it my way.{Confident} Grab whatever gear you need and meet me on the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.A1a
265{Confident} This could be our best chance at beating the Institute to the punch.A1b
266Player Default: I knew you'd see it my way.{Confident} Grab whatever gear you need and head up to the Flight Deck, but don't take too long.A2a
267{Confident} This could be your best chance at beating the Institute to the punch.A2b
268BoS303_02_Vertibird0015EC98BoS303VertibirdPilot: Hostile targets sighted on the roof! Prepare to engage!Damn synths are crawling all over the place! Thin them out before we drop!BoS303VertibirdPilot: We're taking too much damage! I'll get us above the roof so you can bail out!A1a
2690015EC97BoS303VertibirdPilot: We're in position! Go! Go!See you on the roof, Paladin!A1a
2700015CE9CBoS303VertibirdPilot: You might want to hang on... the drop can be a little rough.Never could get used to flying in these things.BoS303VertibirdPilot: Hostile targets sighted on the roof! Prepare to engage!A1a
271BoS303_03_Roof000FDCA7All right, let's head into the lab. Can't wait to get a look at the place.Companion: Lookin' through a lab... doesn't get more excitin' than that.A1a
272BoS303_04_MissingAgitator000FDCA3{Irritated} Damn... I don't see the Agitator anywhere.A1a
273{Confident} It must have been moved. Let's check out that terminal over there.Companion: Yeah, I kind of figured it wouldn't be that easy.A1b
274BoS303_06_ElevatorCombat000FDCA5{going into combat / Angry} Synth ambush! Open fire!A1a
275BoS303_07_PowerLoss000DB2FC{sense of urgency / Angry} Damn it! They've knocked out the power to the elevators.Companion: All right... these machines are startin' to piss me off.A1a
276BoS303_08_PowerRestored000DB2FA{Impressed} There... that's done it. Power's back online.A1a
277BoS303_09_ViewReactor000E50C7{Impressed} There it is... Mass Fusion's reactor. Don't make them like that anymore.Companion: No kiddin'... who's left to build them?A1a
278BoS303_10_BeforeEnteringChamber000DB2E1{Concerned} Radiation levels are dangerously high in there. Let me know if you need any radiation protection.A1a
279{Confident} I'll communicate with you though their intercom system while I monitor everything from out here.Companion: Let us know if things start droppin' off of you.A1b
280BoS303_11_RadiationTalkOptional0015CEA1Player Default: Well, take these extra doses of Rad-X anyway. It can't hurt.{Thinking} You know, this was a nuclear research facility.A1a
281{Confident} If you look around, I'm sure you can find something that'll do the trick.A1b
282000FDCA8{Concerned} Looks pretty dangerous in there. You have enough radiation protection on you?Player Default: Yeah, I've got it covered.A
283000DB2EDPlayer Default: Yeah, I've got it covered.{Confident} Well, take these extra doses of Rad-X anyway. It can't hurt.BoS303Ingram: You know, this was a nuclear research facility.A1a
284000DB2ECPlayer Default: Nope. Do you?{Irritated} Yeah, I have some with me. You really need to be more prepared for these things.B1a
285{Concerned} I have two Rad-X ampoules, but I don't think its going to be enough.BoS303Ingram: You know, this was a nuclear research facility.B1b
286000DB2EBPlayer Default: I was just going to hold my breath.{Sarcastic} Cute... real cute.X1a
287{Concerned} Here, I have two doses of Rad-X, but I don't think its going to be enough.BoS303Ingram: You know, this was a nuclear research facility.X1b
288000DB2EAPlayer Default: Rad protection? Like what?{making fun of Player / Sarcastic} How long have you been wandering the Commonwealth again?Y1a
289{Confident} I'm talking about the usual: Rad-X, RadAway, a radiation suit... things like that.Y1b
290{Concerned} You go in there without any of that stuff and you'll be glowing like a Christmas tree in a matter of seconds.Y1c
291{Confident} Now do you have any, or not?Player Default: Yeah, I've got it covered.Y1d
292BoS303_12_AfterEnteringChamber0015CE9F{Confident} The Beryllium Agitator should be in a port at the top of the reactor.A1a
293BoS303_13_ReactorAlarmNotTripped0015CE73{Impressed} You got it? Good.A1a
294{Confident} Get out of the reactor chamber and let's bring the Agitator back to the airport.A1b
295BoS303_13_ReactorAlarmTripped0015CE9E{alarm suddenly went off / Angry} The building's security's been tripped! Watch yourself in there!A1a
296BoS303_14_ElevatorToLobby0015CEA0BoS303Ingram: The Institute must have sent reinforcements.{drawing your weapon - sense of urgency / Confident} I'll help hold them off, just make sure you get the Agitator out of here!A1a
297000DB2D2{An explosion went off and rocked the elevator you're riding in / Angry} Ugh!A1a
298{sense of urgency / Angry} The Institute must have sent reinforcements.Companion: Goddamn it...I'm gettin' sick of these cybernetic assholes!A1b
299BoS303_15_NormalEnding00162AD5Player Default: Here you go. I can't think of a better place to keep it.{Amused} That's because there isn't one.BoS303Ingram: You know, I'm not sure what the Institute wanted this thing for, but I'm glad we got it first.A1a
30000162AD4Player Default: Fine, but you better be careful. I don't want the Institute to snatch it back.{Irritated} You need to learn to trust your brothers and sisters a little more.BoS303Ingram: You know, I'm not sure what the Institute wanted this thing for, but I'm glad we got it first.B1a
30100162AD3Player Default: Here you go.Thanks.BoS303Ingram: You know, I'm not sure what the Institute wanted this thing for, but I'm glad we got it first.X1a
30200162AD2Player Default: Here you go. Are you sure it's going to be safe up there?{Confident} If the Institute had the muscle to take the Prydwen down, they'd have done it already.Y1a
303{Amused} Besides, I think they're smart enough not to poke a hornet's nest.BoS303Ingram: You know, I'm not sure what the Institute wanted this thing for, but I'm glad we got it first.Y1b
30400162ACDPlayer Default: That's because there isn't one.{Confident} You know, I'm not sure what the Institute wanted this thing for, but I'm glad we got it first.A1a
305{getting official / Confident} Now, scoot... we've both got things to do.A1b
3060015D2CCPlayer Default: I wouldn't have made it without your help.{friendly needling / Friendly} That's funny. I seem to remember having to talk you into letting me come along.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.A1a
307Player Default: I wouldn't have made it without your help.{mildly irritated you didn't get to go / Irritated} Would have been easier if you'd let me come with you, but at least you got the job done.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.A2a
3080015D2CBPlayer Default: You mean you're glad to see the Beryllium Agitator in one piece.{friendly needling / Friendly} Let's just say I'm glad both of you are in one piece and call it even, okay?BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.B1a
3090015D2CAPlayer Default: This better be it, Ingram. I'm getting tired of filling your grocery list.{playing off of Player's sarcasm / Sarcastic} Yeah? Well wait until you see what we're serving for chow... then maybe you'll be a little more appreciative.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.X1a
3100015D2C9Player Default: What ended up happening at Mass Fusion?{Angry} Our troops did the best that they could, but the synths overwhelmed them.Y1a
311{Somber} We lost some good men back there, but at least we got the Agitator.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.Y1b
312Player Default: What ended up happening at Mass Fusion?{Impressed} Thanks to your help, our forces managed to take the building with very little resistance from the synths.Y2a
313{Confident} We've posted a garrison there, and they'll keep the place under guard for the time being.BoS303Ingram: Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.Y2b
3140015D2C4Player Default: That's funny. I seem to remember having to talk you into letting me come along.{Confident} Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've got a lot of work to do.Player Default: Here you go. I can't think of a better place to keep it.A1a
315Player Default: That's funny. I seem to remember having to talk you into letting me come along.{Confident} Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... we've both got a lot of work to do.A2a
316{Confident} In the meantime, I'll take the Agitator and stow it on the Prydwen for safe keeping.Player Default: Here you go. I can't think of a better place to keep it.A2b
317Player Default: That's funny. I seem to remember having to talk you into letting me come along.{Confident} Anyway, we shouldn't stand around here talking... you've got other orders to follow and I have to finish working on Liberty Prime.A3a
318{Confident} In the meantime, I'll take the Agitator and stow it on the Prydwen for safe keeping.Player Default: Here you go. I can't think of a better place to keep it.A3b
319000FDCA8{Friendly} Glad to see you're still in one piece.Player Default: I wouldn't have made it without your help.A
320BoS303_Z01_ElevatorNoCode000E7A0B{Irritated} We're not getting down that way. Looks like the elevator needs some sort of a key card.A1a
321BoS303_Z02_KeyCard000FDCA1{Impressed} Key card, eh? I bet that's gonna come in handy.A1a
322{Confident} You found the key card... good. Now we can get that elevator running.A2a
323BoS303_Z03_Dropdown000E7A07{Thinking} We could always drop through here.A1a
324{Confident} Might not be as cushy as an elevator ride, but at least we'll be headed in the right direction.A1b
325BoS303_Z04_Interlocks000DB2DC{Confident} The reactor's interlocks must still be active. You need to find a way to turn them off.A1a
326-00162BC7When we're done here, I'm gonna send some scribes to strip this place from top to bottom.
327Mass Fusion's owner was supposed to be some kind of a genius. Looks like being smart paid well.
328The Institute's crawling all over the place. Watch for the teleport portals.
329Can't believe they planned on running the whole city off this building's reactor.
330Might be worth checking out some of the offices for technical documents.
331One of the tallest buildings in the city and it's still standing. Amazing.
332For every synth we kill, they just roll another one right off the assembly line.
333Feels good to be out in the field again.
334Another greedy corporation. Hmph. All that money didn't do them any good when the bombs fell.
335The Institute must really need the Agitator if they sent so many tin cans after us.
33600162BC2You going to just stand there with that dumb look on your face?
337Anyone home? Hello?
338Come on now... I can't be that boring. Answer me at least.
339000FDCA8Let's keep moving, we've got a lot of building to cover.A
340This building's a mess. I hope the agitator's still here.A
341I could spend years looking at the tech in this place, but we've still got work to do.A
342Amazing that this tower's still standing. Hope it stays that way while we're here.A
343This place has seen better days, that's for sure.A
344Hope you're geared up, otherwise this is going to be a short trip.A
345You need to get over to Mass Fusion as soon as you can.A
346We need to get over to Mass Fusion as soon as we can.A
347Haven't gone out on a field op in a while. Feels good to be needed again.A
348Can it wait? We have to get the agitator back to the airport.A
349I can't wait to see Prime in action. Let's hurry and get the agitator out of here.A
350Keep moving, we can't allow the Institute get a hold of the agitator.A
351We must have struck a nerve... Institute's tossing everything they have at us.A

BoS304Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
352BoS304_01_IngramStage01000173EE6Player Default: I didn't do it alone.{Friendly} Look, I discussed it with Elder Maxson, and we think you should be the one who has the honor of starting Liberty Prime.A1a
353{Confident} Just plug the Beryllium Agitator into his reactor port, then head back down here and press the transfer button.BoS304ProctorIngram: Good luck, Paladin... Ad Victoriam.A1b
35400173EE5{Confident} Well... this is it. The moment of truth.BoS304ProctorIngram: We've pre-programmed Liberty Prime's battle coordinates into his navigational processor.A
35500173EE0Player Default: We don't need luck, Ingram. We've got you.{Friendly} I didn't do it alone.BoS304ProctorIngram: Look, I discussed it with Elder Maxson, and we think you should be the one who has the honor of starting Liberty Prime.A1a
35600173EDFPlayer Default: This is going to be a short war if Prime can't move.{Concerned} You aren't kidding.BoS304ProctorIngram: Look, I discussed it with Elder Maxson, and we think you should be the one who has the honor of starting Liberty Prime.B1a
35700173EDEPlayer Default: Did you fill up his tank and check the tire pressure too?{Amused} You're a real comedian. Anyone ever tell you that?BoS304ProctorIngram: Look, I discussed it with Elder Maxson, and we think you should be the one who has the honor of starting Liberty Prime.X1a
35800173EDDPlayer Default: If this works, how long before Liberty Prime will be ready for battle?{Confident} The reaction should be almost instant. He'll be running under his own power in a matter of seconds.BoS304ProctorIngram: Look, I discussed it with Elder Maxson, and we think you should be the one who has the honor of starting Liberty Prime.Y1a
35900173EDCNPCFProctorIngram: Well... this is it. The moment of truth.{Confident} We've pre-programmed Liberty Prime's battle coordinates into his navigational processor.A1a
360{Confident} As soon as he's under his own power, he'll head straight for the Institute.A1b
361{Confident} Elder Maxson wants you to follow and make sure he arrives at the C.I.T. in one piece.A1c
362{Confident} I've checked every wire and every bolt on the big guy. All we need to do is plug in the Agitator, start Prime's reactor... and cross our fingers.BoS304ProctorIngram: Look, I discussed it with Elder Maxson, and we think you should be the one who has the honor of starting Liberty Prime.A1d
36300173EDABoS304ProctorIngram: Just plug the Beryllium Agitator into his reactor port, then head back down here and press the transfer button.{Friendly} Good luck, Paladin... Ad Victoriam.A1a
364-00173EE5{combat happening - elevate, don't yell / Angry} Don't worry, Paladin... we'll hold these synths off!A
365{combat happening - elevate, don't yell / Angry} Keep those synths off of Prime! He needs to punch through!A
366{combat happening - elevate, don't yell / Angry} Keep firing... we've got them on the run!A
367{Confident} Well, Prime did his job. Now it's our turn.A
368{Irritated} Head inside, Paladin. You're not helping by standing out here.A
369{Confident} Don't worry, we'll see you inside. Good luck, Paladin.A
37000173EDB{Confident} Just head to the top of the gantry and place the Agitator into Prime's reactor port.
371{Concerned} Without that Agitator plugged in, the big guy's stuck in that gantry.
372{Irritated} Get a move on, Paladin... the entire Brotherhood is waiting for you to plug in the Agitator.
373{Confident} All you need to do is hit the Power Transfer Switch.
374{Confident} Prime's ready to run on his own power. Hit the transfer switch.
375{Irritated} You going to push the button? We're all waiting on you, Paladin.
376Good luck Paladin. See you on the other side.
377If everything goes to according to plan, I'll see you inside the Institute.
378Keep the big guy safe... he's the only way we're getting into the Institute.

BoSDialoguePlayerHellosEdit

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379-0012EFC3{Irritated} With all due respect, can we get this show on the road?
380{Irritated} Hey! We're talking here, right?
381{Irritated} Yoo hoo! Anyone in there?
382{Irritated} We doing this or what?

BoSDialoguePrydwenEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
383BoSPrydwen_01_IngramIntro00180B73{Irritated} Hey, walking away like that is just plain rude.A1a
3840017ED88Player Default: Sounds like you're disappointed.{Confident} Not disappointed, just surprised. You don't look like one of the usual wastelanders we pick up.BoSIngram: Anyway, since you came down here to meet me, we may as well get it over with.A1a
3850017ED87Player Default: I don't care, I didn't join up to impress everyone.{Irritated} All right, easy Knight. I didn't mean anything by it.B1a
386{Confident} Our usual recruits tend to be wastelanders... and you don't look like one of them.BoSIngram: Anyway, since you came down here to meet me, we may as well get it over with.B1b
3870017ED86Player Default: I can handle myself.{Surprised} Hey, if Paladin Danse vouched for you, that's good enough for me.X1a
388{Neutral} You just don't look like one of the usual wastelanders we pick up.BoSIngram: Anyway, since you came down here to meet me, we may as well get it over with.X1b
3890017ED85Player Default: What were you expecting?{Irritated} The last batch of recruits we took on were wastelanders... dirty, beaten up and looking for a handout.Y1a
390{Suspicious} They were desperate and looking for an easy out. You look like you're here for a reason.BoSIngram: Anyway, since you came down here to meet me, we may as well get it over with.Y1b
3910017ED80Player Default: Sounds like you have a pretty full plate.{Amused} Plate? Hell... I have a whole table's worth of duties around here.BoSIngram: There isn't a day that goes by on this tub without five or six things breaking down.A1a
3920017ED7FPlayer Default: You should add "teaching charm school lessons" to the list.{With a smile, maybe a bit of a laugh. The player gave you a bit of playful attitude, and you like that. / Sarcastic} Sorry to disappoint you, but when you're as busy as I am, there isn't much time for bowing and curtseying.BoSIngram: There isn't a day that goes by on this tub without five or six things breaking down.B1a
3930017ED7EPlayer Default: While you're at it, my car's making this weird grinding noise when I back it out of the driveway.{playing along with the joke by being sarcastic / Sarcastic} You're going to have to take a number.BoSIngram: There isn't a day that goes by on this tub without five or six things breaking down.X1a
3940017ED7DPlayer Default: Is this where I get my Power Armor?{mocking "ha" / Amused} Ha... that's always the first question from the new guys.Y1a
395{thinking to yourself at first, like recalling from a list / Thinking} Let's see... I just fixed up a pretty decent T-60 suit. The left leg actuator's a bit sticky, but it'll keep the creeps off of you.Y1b
396{Confident} It's sitting in Bay 3.BoSIngram: There isn't a day that goes by on this tub without five or six things breaking down.Y1c
397Player Default: Is this where I get my Power Armor?{Question} It's in Bay 3, remember?BoSIngram: There isn't a day that goes by on this tub without five or six things breaking down.Y2a
3980017ED7CPlayer Default: Sure, what the hell.{Confident} Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.A1a
399{Confident} Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to get back to work.A1b
400Player Default: Sure, what the hell.{Confident} Anyway, I'm sure you're here to get your hands on some Power Armor.A2a
401{SinisterSmile} There's a pretty decent T-60 suit sitting in Bay 3 that's all yours. The left leg actuator's a bit sticky, but it'll keep the creeps off of you.A2b
402{Confident} Oh, and if you need any work done on it, feel free to use the workshops around here.A2c
403{Confident} Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to get back to work.A2d
4040017ED7BPlayer Default: Not disappointed, just surprised. You don't look like one of the usual wastelanders we pick up.{Irritated} Anyway, since you came down here to meet me, we may as well get it over with.A1a
405{Sarcastic} My name's Ingram and this lovely little grease pit is where you'll usually find me.A1b
406{Sarcastic} If your Power Armor's too tight in the crotch, the Prydwen's about to crash into the ground or a robot's gone haywire, you come see me.Player Default: Sounds like you have a pretty full plate.A1c
4070017ED7APlayer Default: Plate? Hell... I have a whole table's worth of duties around here.{Irritated} There isn't a day that goes by on this tub without five or six things breaking down.A1a
408{Sarcastic} And since I'm stuck in this rig, I'm not quite as spry as I used to be... the work tends to pile up.Player Default: Actually, you seem to be getting around really well.A1b
4090017ED75Player Default: Actually, you seem to be getting around really well.{Confident} I suppose it's better than the alternative.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.A1a
4100017ED74Player Default: I hardly noticed.{Thinking} Hm. Can't tell if you're patronizing me or trying to be polite.B1a
411{Stern} How about I just forget you mentioned it.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.B1b
4120017ED73Player Default: I understand.{Confident} Good.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.X1a
4130017ED72Player Default: You feel like telling me how you ended up that way?{Irritated} That's a little personal, don't you think?Player Default: Most people in your condition would've given up. I just wanted to hear your story.Y1a
4140017ED71Player Default: Most people in your condition would've given up. I just wanted to hear your story.{Confident} Sure, what the hell.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.A1a
415Player Default: Most people in your condition would've given up. I just wanted to hear your story.{Irritated} I'm not really looking for sympathy, and honestly... I don't know you that well. Maybe some other time.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.A2a
4160017ED70Player Default: All right, forget that I asked.{Confident} Appreciate it.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.B1a
4170017ED6FPlayer Default: If we're going to be working as a team, we should get to know each other better.{Thinking} I guess I can't argue with that.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.X1a
4180017ED6EPlayer Default: Would it help if I promised not to tell anyone else?{Irritated} Okay, okay... if it'll get you off my back about it.BoSIngram: Anyway, if you need any work done on your Power Armor, feel free to use the workshops around here.Y1a
419000A7CC3{Irritated} So, you're the new recruit that I heard about. Hm... not what I was expecting.Player Default: Sounds like you're disappointed.A
420BoSPrydwen_02_IngramStory0008B250{Confident} I was fighting with the Brotherhood in the Capital Wasteland. Worked at a staging area for the Power Armor troops.A1a
421{Impressed} Our position was along a ridgeline overlooking the battlefield. I'd say it was a hundred foot drop, give or take.Player Default: That's quite a drop.A1b
4220008B24FPlayer Default: That's quite a drop.{Confident} The enemy had no way of getting to us up there, and it was a perfect lift-off point for the vertibirds.BoSIngram: To make a long story short, the ridge I was standing on took a hit from a nuke.A1a
4230008B24EPlayer Default: Not exactly the front line.{Disgust} I've served my time in the trenches. I don't need to prove anything to you.BoSIngram: To make a long story short, the ridge I was standing on took a hit from a nuke.B1a
4240008B24DPlayer Default: Who were you fighting?{Disgust} Super Mutants.X1a
425{Irritated} The damn things had wrangled a couple of behemoths and were marching on our main base of operations.BoSIngram: To make a long story short, the ridge I was standing on took a hit from a nuke.X1b
4260008B24CPlayer Default: You weren't aboard the Prydwen?{Confident} The Prydwen wasn't under Maxson's command at the time. It wasn't even in the Capital Wasteland.Y1a
427{Irritated} If she'd have been there, the battle wouldn't have been such a challenge.BoSIngram: To make a long story short, the ridge I was standing on took a hit from a nuke.Y1b
4280008B247Player Default: The enemy had no way of getting to us up there, and it was a perfect lift-off point for the vertibirds.{Confident} To make a long story short, the ridge I was standing on took a hit from a nuke.A1a
429{Irritated} Sheered most of the cliff right off and caused the platform I was standing on to tumble over the side.A1b
430{Confident} If I hadn't have been test-piloting one of the Power Armor suits at the time, I would have died.Player Default: Wow, that's pretty lucky!A1c
4310008B246Player Default: Wow, that's pretty lucky!{SinisterSmile} Luck had nothing to do with it. It's all about the steel, the servos and the circuits.A1a
432{Sarcastic} Besides, I'd hardly call getting both my legs crushed "lucky."A1b
4330008B245Player Default: I'm finding this kind of hard to believe.{pisses you off / Angry} Hey! I'm not just spinning some kind of a bullshit war story here.B1a
434{Angry} I lost the use of both my legs in that fall. Believe me, I have nothing to prove.B1b
4350008B244Player Default: It's a miracle you survived.{Confident} Nope... just simple engineering. My Power Armor absorbed most of the impact.X1a
436{Sarcastic} And I wouldn't call having both of your legs crushed "surviving."X1b
4370008B243Player Default: Your Power Armor helped you survive the fall?{Sarcastic} Yeah, it took the brunt of the impact... but I don't know if I'd call it "surviving."Y1a
438{Irritated} The suit was trashed after it landed, and I lost both of my legs.Y1b
439{Somber} Haven't walked since.Y1c
440BoSPrydwen_03_IngramPost0017BC34Player Default: I'll be on the lookout, don't worry.{Amused} Well, you can look all you want. You're not going to find cans of the stuff laying around the Commonwealth.BoSIngram: Here, take this list. It details exactly what you need to make a can of this special coolant.A1a
4410017BC32Player Default: Never head of it.{Friendly} I'm not surprised. It isn't something the average soldier would be aware of.BoSIngram: Here, take this list. It details exactly what you need to make a can of this special coolant.B1a
4420017BC2DPlayer Default: I'm not sure I have time to look for that.{Irritated} I'm not really giving you a choice.BoSIngram: Here, take this list. It details exactly what you need to make a can of this special coolant.X1a
4430017BC20Player Default: You don't have enough on board?{Irritated} Hey, I didn't expect to keep this floating pile of steel aloft this long and the coolant isn't exactly easy to find.Y1a
444{Irritated} So instead of second-guessing my maintenance methods, maybe you should lend us a hand.Player Default: I'll be on the lookout, don't worry.Y1b
4450017BBB6Player Default: Well, you can look all you want. You're not going to find cans of the stuff laying around the Commonwealth.{Confident} Here, take this list. It details exactly what you need to make a can of this special coolant.A1a
446{Friendly} Find the materials, whip some of it up at any of the chemistry stations on the ship and bring them to me. Pretty simple.A1b
447{Friendly} If the coolant's good, then I'll even pay you for it as per our retrieval compensation policy.A1c
448{Friendly} Anyway, I guess that's it for now. Good luck.A1d
44900169CA6Player Default: Approve? Are you kidding me? That's an understatement.{Concerned} Now, I'm not so sure using the Minutemen to do the deed was the best idea...A1a
450{Friendly} But you got the job done, and in my book... that's what really counts.BoSIngram: You almost single-handedly finished everything that the Brotherhood came here to do.A1b
45100169CA5BoSIngram: Even to a curmudgeon like me, that's pretty impressive.{Friendly} Anyway, I'm not here to talk your ear off.A1a
452{Concerned} Maxson's informed me that you're continuing your tour aboard the Prydwen so I was hoping you could assist me with a long-term problem.A1b
453{Confident} Keeping the Prydwen hovering like this is putting a tremendous strain on the ship's propulsion systems.A1c
454{Confident} I can stay ahead of the repairs, and we have plenty of fuel to keep the fusion reaction sustained, but we're short on Reactor Coolant.Player Default: I'll be on the lookout, don't worry.A1d
45500169CA4BoSIngram: But you got the job done, and in my book... that's what really counts.{Impressed} You almost single-handedly finished everything that the Brotherhood came here to do.A1a
456{Impressed} Even to a curmudgeon like me, that's pretty impressive.BoSIngram: Anyway, I'm not here to talk your ear off.A1b
457000A7CC3{friendly/mock teasing / Amused} So, any other tricks up your sleeve besides making the Institute disappear?Player Default: No, but I'm glad you approve.A
45800164275Player Default: No, but I'm glad you approve.{Happy} Approve? Are you kidding me? That's an understatement.BoSIngram: Now, I'm not so sure using the Minutemen to do the deed was the best idea...A1a
45900164274Player Default: I just killed hundreds of people. I don't find it very funny.{annoyed / Irritated} Lighten up... you've done the world a favor. Why don't you try enjoying it for two seconds?BoSIngram: Now, I'm not so sure using the Minutemen to do the deed was the best idea...B1a
46000164273Player Default: That depends. Do you have a deck of cards?{Amused} If I did, you'd be welcome to it. Heck, I'd give you a medal if we still used the darned things.BoSIngram: Now, I'm not so sure using the Minutemen to do the deed was the best idea...X1a
46100164272Player Default: Got anything particular in mind?{Friendly} If you ask me, I think you've done more than enough.BoSIngram: Now, I'm not so sure using the Minutemen to do the deed was the best idea...Y1a
462BoSPrydwen_04_IngramPostNormal0017BBB1Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Irritated} Come on, I don't have time for games. You have any or not?Player Default: Yep, here you go.A1a
463Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Happy} Yup, this is the stuff. Good work.BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.A2a
464Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Friendly} I'll treat this like gold, don't worry.BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.A3a
465Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Friendly} Looks like the right mixture. This is exactly what we needed.BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.A4a
466Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Friendly} It might look like nasty sludge, but this stuff keeps the Prydwen from turning into a fireball.BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.A5a
467Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Impressed} Excellent work, Paladin.BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.A6a
468Player Default: Yep, here you go.{Impressed} Excellent work, Sentinel.BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.A7a
4690017BBB0Player Default: No, sorry.{Concerned} Well, keep your eyes open... we really need that coolant.BoSIngram: Thanks again for helping us out, Sentinel. The entire maintenance crew appreciates what you're doing.B1a
470Player Default: No, sorry.{Irritated} No reason to stand around here then. Keep looking.BoSIngram: Thanks again for helping us out, Sentinel. The entire maintenance crew appreciates what you're doing.B2a
471Player Default: No, sorry.{Irritated} Damn. Well, maybe next time then.BoSIngram: Thanks again for helping us out, Sentinel. The entire maintenance crew appreciates what you're doing.B3a
4720017BBAFPlayer Default: I need help finding some of the ingredients.{Irritated} If I had all of the ingredients, I'd just make the Reactor Coolant myself.X1a
473Check our supply depot at the airport or see what Proctor Teagan has for sale. I'm betting you can find most of it locally.Player Default: Yep, here you go.X1b
4740017BBAEPlayer Default: Can you remind me how to make the Reactor Coolant?{Friendly} It really isn't that difficult.Y1a
475{Friendly} Take the ingredients from that list I provided, bring them to any chemistry station and mix them together.Y1b
476{Friendly} It takes a little bit of work, but I know you don't mind getting your hands dirty.Player Default: Yep, here you go.Y1c
4770017BBADPlayer Default: Yup, this is the stuff. Good work.{Confident} Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.BoSIngram: Thanks again for helping us out, Sentinel. The entire maintenance crew appreciates what you're doing.A1a
4780017BB26BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.{Friendly} Thanks again for helping us out, Sentinel. The entire maintenance crew appreciates what you're doing.A1a
479BoSIngram: Here you go. This should cover your acquisition costs.{Friendly} Thanks again for helping us out, Paladin. The entire maintenance crew appreciates what you're doing.A2a
480000A7CC3{Question} Welcome back. Did you happen to find any Reactor Coolant?Player Default: Yep, here you go.A
481{Question} Did you bring me any Reactor Coolant?Player Default: Yep, here you go.A
482{Question} I could still use that Reactor Coolant. Do you have any?Player Default: Yep, here you go.A
483{Question} I hope you made some Reactor Coolant. We're still running low.Player Default: Yep, here you go.A
484{Question} Do you have the Reactor Coolant I asked for, Sentinel?Player Default: Yep, here you go.A
485{Question} Do you have the Reactor Coolant I asked for, Paladin?Player Default: Yep, here you go.A
486-001858CBYou going to say something, or what?
487Wow... you're ignoring me?
488Woohoo... anyone in there?
489Well this is fun... standing here talking to myself.
490Hello?
4910008B294Lancer-Captain Kells is looking for you... I suggest you hightail it up to the Flight Deck.
492{Someone just brought what you consider a dangerous creature into your space. / Irritated} I don't want that synth getting anywhere near the instrumentation. Understand?
493{Someone just brought what you consider a dangerous creature into your space. / Irritated} Is that a Ghoul? Are you looking to get a citation?
494Treat your Power Armor well and it can get you through anything.
495This frame is driving me crazy. Got like three itches I can't even scratch.
496Just fixed a few Power Armor mods and gave them to Teagan. You might want to check them out.
497My list of maintenance fixes keeps getting longer and longer.
498Can you tell Kells if he wants things fixed he needs to keep the damn ship steady?
499{Impressed} Heard those Mutants at Fort Strong didn't know what hit 'em. Well done.
500{Friendly} Liberty Prime is going to turn the tide of this war.
501{Distressed. / Somber} Danse was a synth this whole time. I don't want to believe it.
502{Impressed} Paladin. Congratulations.
503{Friendly} Suppose I need to start addressing you more formally. Congratulations, Sentinel. Don't let it go to your head.

CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
504CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseScene0018A7D3Companion: Reporting in, Elder.{Irritated} Nothing runs smoothly around here, Danse. You of all people should know that.Companion: Get out of my sight, filthy ghoul!A2a

ConvBoSAirportPrydwen02Edit

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505ConvBoSAirportPrydwen02Scene0017F00CBoSGroup01: Proctor Ingram, do you have a moment?Sure, I wasn't busy or anything.BoSGroup01: We've got a vertibird bringing in three Power Armor suits for repair. I'm afraid that the sludge in the bay is gumming up their joints.A1a
506BoSGroup01: Proctor Ingram, do you have a moment?It better be important.BoSGroup01: We've got a vertibird bringing in three Power Armor suits for repair. I'm afraid that the sludge in the bay is gumming up their joints.A2a
507BoSGroup01: Proctor Ingram, do you have a moment?Well... don't just stand there gawking. What did you want?BoSGroup01: We've got a vertibird bringing in three Power Armor suits for repair. I'm afraid that the sludge in the bay is gumming up their joints.A3a
5080017F00BBoSGroup01: We've got a vertibird bringing in three Power Armor suits for repair. I'm afraid that the sludge in the bay is gumming up their joints.Lovely. Looks like I'll be pulling extra duty hours again.A1a
509BoSGroup01: We've got a vertibird bringing in three Power Armor suits for repair. I'm afraid that the sludge in the bay is gumming up their joints.Are you kidding me? Sigh. All right... I'll see what I can do about it.A2a
510BoSGroup01: We've got a vertibird bringing in three Power Armor suits for repair. I'm afraid that the sludge in the bay is gumming up their joints.Can't say that I'm surprised. No problem, I'll take care of it when I'm finished here.A3a

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511-0019542F{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Gah!
512{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nargh!
513{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Unf!
514{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Grrh!
515{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nnh!
5160019542E{death / InPain} For... E-elder M-maxson...
517{death / InPain} Honor and g-glory...
518{death / InPain} For the B-brotherhood...
519{InPain} Agh.
5200019542C{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Argh!
521{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Weergh!
522{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Yeagh!
523{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Nargh!
524{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Oof!
525{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Agh!
5260019542A{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
527{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Yyyaaaarrgghh!
528{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Rrrraaaaarrggghhhh!
5290019541FSomething's out there...
530What was that?
531I swore I heard something...
5320019541ETake them down!
533Fire at will!
534Ad victoriam!
535Engaging hostiles!
536Shoot to kill!
537No mercy!
538Going weapons hot!
53900195432{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Grrargh!
540{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Aggghh!
541{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Nyyarrggh!
542{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Rrarggh!
543{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Yearrgh!
544{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Hyargh!
54500195431{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Hunh!
546{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Gah!
547{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Yah!
548{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Rargh!
54900195430{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} *heavy breathing* *cough cough*
550{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Oof! *heavy breathing*
551{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Agh! *cough* *wheeze*
55200195429For the Brotherhood!
553For victory!
554No mercy!
555Ad victoriam!
556For Elder Maxson!
55700195427Target located!
558Intruder alert!
559Over here! Over here!
560Found you!
56100195426Standing down.
562False alarm.
563Area seems clear.
56400195425Lost visual!
565Contact lost!
566Target's gone dark!
56700195424Cease fire.
568Threat neutralized.
569Target down.
570Going weapons cold.
571Area secure.
57200195421Target reacquired!
573Over here!
574Caught you!

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575Min207IngramScene000489A1PlayerVoiceFemale01: Excuse me, Proctor Ingram. Do you remember that holotape of Institute data I gave you? I really need it back.{Puzzled} I'd appreciate knowing why you want me to hand over highly sensitive data first.Player Default: I'd like to share the holotape with the Minutemen. I think they need it as badly as we do.A1a
5760004899CPlayer Default: I'd like to share the holotape with the Minutemen. I think they need it as badly as we do.{Concerned} I'm not sure why you'd trust them with it, but it's up to you. After all, you're the one who got it in the first place.Ingram: Here's the original. Already made myself a copy.A1a
5770004899BPlayer Default: Just give it to me. I'm the one who got it in the first place.{Irritated} All right, take it easy. No need to blow a gasket.Ingram: Here's the original. Already made myself a copy.B1a
5780004899APlayer Default: Fine, you got me. I'm an Institute spy and we want our data back.{Sarcastic} Cute, real cute.Ingram: Here's the original. Already made myself a copy.X1a
57900048999Player Default: What's the difference? I assume you got everything you needed from it.{Friendly} Yeah, I guess you have a point.Ingram: Here's the original. Already made myself a copy.Y1a
58000048998Player Default: I'm not sure why you'd trust them with it, but it's up to you. After all, you're the one who got it in the first place.{Friendly} Here's the original. Already made myself a copy.A1a

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581MQ206BoS_003_IngramIntro000FED0DPlayerVoiceFemale01: Elder Maxson said you'd help me build the Signal Interceptor.{with a smirk / Sarcastic} So, it looks like you're calling the shots around here now, huh?A1a
582{Question} All right, I'll bite. What does your new miracle device do?Player Default: The Institute uses teleportation to get in and out. This machine can hijack their signal and send me instead.A1b
583000FED08Player Default: The Institute uses teleportation to get in and out. This machine can hijack their signal and send me instead.{This is shocking... it's very advanced tech to be able to teleport / Surprised} Teleportation?ProctorIngram: Molecular transmission via encrypted RF waves? Okay, even I have to admit... that's genius.A1a
584000FED07Player Default: You're supposed to be the expert. All I have are these plans.{all right smart ass / Irritated} All right, tough guy. Let me take a look.ProctorIngram: Molecular transmission via encrypted RF waves? Okay, even I have to admit... that's genius.B1a
585Player Default: You're supposed to be the expert. All I have are these plans.{all right smart ass / Irritated} All right, tough gal. Let me take a look.ProctorIngram: Molecular transmission via encrypted RF waves? Okay, even I have to admit... that's genius.B2a
586000FED06Player Default: I'm not sure I can explain how it works, but a former Institute scientist gave me these plans.{Puzzled} Hmm. Let me see.ProctorIngram: Molecular transmission via encrypted RF waves? Okay, even I have to admit... that's genius.X1a
587000FED04Player Default: Did you know the Institute has a teleporter called the Molecular Relay? Take a look.{You've never heard of that / Puzzled} Molecular... what? No.ProctorIngram: Molecular transmission via encrypted RF waves? Okay, even I have to admit... that's genius.Y1a
588000FED03Player Default: Teleportation?{This is shocking... it's very advanced tech to be able to teleport / Surprised} Molecular transmission via encrypted RF waves? Okay, even I have to admit... that's genius.A1a
589{realization / Impressed} This explains why we've been picking up anomolous energy readings all across the Commonwealth.A1b
590{Irritated} Not to mention how they get their tin soldiers to come out of the damn walls.A1c
591{Impressed} And this little beauty allows you to literally hijack a return signal. Instead of grabbing the intended target, it grabs you instead. Impressive.Player Default: Well, you definitely know your stuff.A1d
592000FED02Player Default: Well, you definitely know your stuff.{SinisterSmile} Damn right I do.ProctorIngram: It's difficult to make out all the details here, but I'm thinking you can get started by building a Stabilized Reflector Platform.A1a
593000FED01Player Default: How can you admire them? They're a bunch of murderers.{surprised at the outburst / Surprised} Woah, slow down there.B1a
594{SinisterSmile} I want to see a huge smoking crater where the Institute used to be just as much as you do. But we have to take it one step at a time.ProctorIngram: It's difficult to make out all the details here, but I'm thinking you can get started by building a Stabilized Reflector Platform.B1b
595000FED00Player Default: Enough of the technical talk.{Confident} Chomping at the bit to get this thing built, huh? Me too.ProctorIngram: It's difficult to make out all the details here, but I'm thinking you can get started by building a Stabilized Reflector Platform.X1a
596000FECFFPlayer Default: That all sounds impressive, but can you build it?{Confident} If I can keep that flying pile of junk in the air, I can work miracles.ProctorIngram: It's difficult to make out all the details here, but I'm thinking you can get started by building a Stabilized Reflector Platform.Y1a
597000FECFAPlayer Default: Damn right I do.{Thinking} It's difficult to make out all the details here, but I'm thinking you can get started by building a Stabilized Reflector Platform.A1a
598{Confident} It's going to take a cargo hold full of high-grade metal, but I'm sure we have plenty of it right here at the airport.Player Default: I'm glad you could make sense of those plans.A1b
599000FECF5Player Default: I'm glad you could make sense of those plans.{Confident} I haven't made sense of all of it yet, but I will by the time you get the first part built.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything you need to find.A1a
600000FECF4Player Default: I don't see how this is ever going to work.{Confident} It might look like a bunch of children's doodles to you, but trust me, there's a method to this madness.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything you need to find.B1a
601000FECF3Player Default: Just tell me what we need so I can get started.{Irritated} Sorry that I'm boring you.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything you need to find.X1a
602000FECF2Player Default: Can you give me a list of what I'll need to build this platform?{Confident} Of course.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything you need to find.Y1a
603000FECF1Player Default: I haven't made sense of all of it yet, but I will by the time you get the first part built.{Confident} Here's a list of everything you need to find.A1a
604{Confident} You're also going to need a massive power source to get the Signal Interceptor running.A1b
605MQ206BoS_004_IngramPlatformDone000FED29{Question} Any luck building the platform yet?Player Default: Yes, I'm ready to build the rest of it.A
606000FECEBPlayer Default: Yes, I'm ready to build the rest of it.{Impressed} Good, let's move on then.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything we'll need.A1a
607000FECEAPlayer Default: No, not yet.{Irritated} According to Maxson, this is priority one... so quit fooling around and build it already.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything we'll need.B1a
608000FECE9Player Default: I glued a bunch of parts together and hoped for the best. Good enough?{Irritated} Hey, you're the one that's going to be standing on the thing. If it blows up, it's going to hurt you a lot more than it'll hurt me.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything we'll need.X1a
609000FECE8Player Default: Did you figure out the rest of Virgil's schematics?{with irony / Concerned} We'll know after we throw the switch.ProctorIngram: Here's a list of everything we'll need.Y1a
610000FECE7Player Default: Hm. I wish I had your confidence.{sudden realization / Surprised} Oh, one last thing before I forget.A1a
611{Concerned} It's important that all the components are wired together so all the pieces are on a single grid. Otherwise, this isn't going to work.ProctorIngram: If you need any help, I'll be over at the build site making some adjustments and calculations.A1b
612000FECE6ProctorIngram: It's important that all the components are wired together so all the pieces are on a single grid. Otherwise, this isn't going to work.{Confident} If you need any help, I'll be over at the build site making some adjustments and calculations.A1a
613{Concerned} I'd wish you good luck, Knight... but I think we're both going need it.A1b
61400071FF3Player Default: Good, let's move on then.{Confident} Here's a list of everything we'll need.A1a
615{Sarcastic} Now I know some of that might as well be in Greek, so I'll be around if you have any questions.Player Default: Looks good, Ingram. I'll get to work right away.A1b
61600071FEEPlayer Default: Looks good, Ingram. I'll get to work right away.{Concerned} Hm. I wish I had your confidence.ProctorIngram: Oh, one last thing before I forget.A1a
61700071FEDPlayer Default: Wow, that's quite a list. Might take me a while to find everything.{Friendly} That's fine. It's going to take me a while to figure out how to make this crazy contraption work.ProctorIngram: Oh, one last thing before I forget.B1a
61800071FECPlayer Default: I'm on it.{wary / Concerned} I hope so.ProctorIngram: Oh, one last thing before I forget.X1a
61900071FEBPlayer Default: Can you explain how this thing is actually going to work?{Confident} According to Virgil's notes, it takes four components to complete the Signal Interceptor.Y1a
620{Confident} First, we need a "Control Console" to input the code sequence and process the signal. That's the easy part.Y1b
621{Confident} Second, we have the "Relay Dish." That's for the "Interceptor" part of the name. It scans and grabs the proper frequency we need.Y1c
622{Concerned} Third, and the most complex, is the "Molecular Beam Emitter." This is the actual component that translates your matter into energy for transmission.Y1d
623{Confident} You've already built the "Stabilized Reflector Platform" which concentrates and reflects the molecular beam.ProctorIngram: Oh, one last thing before I forget.Y1e
624MQ206BoS_005_IngramParts000FED29{Question} Do you need any help with the Signal Interceptor?Player Default: Could use your help finding parts for the Beam Emitter.A
625000FECE1Player Default: Could use your help finding parts for the Beam Emitter.{Confident} I'd scout out pre-war military bases for military-grade circuit boards.A1a
626000FECE0Player Default: Not now.{Irritated} You still have a lot more to do. Better get back to work.B1a
627000FECDFPlayer Default: Not sure how we're going to build this Relay Dish.{Confident} Try and locate old radar installations or radio transmitters. If you're lucky, a few of them might still have their dishes intact.X1a
628000FECDEPlayer Default: How are we going to build a Control Console?{Confident} Old hospitals might have the equipment to translate your molecular information for transmission. Best lead I can think of right now.Y1a
629MQ206BoSTeleporterFail000FECDD{Angry} Damn!A1a
630{Irritated} Total system shutdown. We're going to have to recalibrate and try again.A1b
631MQ206BoSTeleporterScene0013C66FProctorIngram: Wow. There's a heck of a lot of interference and ghosting. It's going to take a minute or two to lock in.By the way, this little trip you're taking is a heck of an opportunity to find out as much as we can about the Institute and what they're up to.A1a
632I put a clever little program on this holotape that'll scan their network and download anything it finds.ProctorIngram: If you place it in any terminal down there, it'll do the rest. Bring it back to me and I'll see if I can make sense of whatever it found.A1b
6330013C66EProctorIngram: I put a clever little program on this holotape that'll scan their network and download anything it finds.If you place it in any terminal down there, it'll do the rest. Bring it back to me and I'll see if I can make sense of whatever it found.ProctorIngram: Well, well... looks like we have a winner. RF wave capture complete.A1a
6340013C66DProctorIngram: Let me start scanning for the signal.Cross your fingers. I'm inputting the code now...ProctorIngram: Wow. There's a heck of a lot of interference and ghosting. It's going to take a minute or two to lock in.A1a
6350013C66CProctorIngram: Cross your fingers. I'm inputting the code now...{Concerned} Wow. There's a heck of a lot of interference and ghosting. It's going to take a minute or two to lock in.ProctorIngram: By the way, this little trip you're taking is a heck of an opportunity to find out as much as we can about the Institute and what they're up to.A1a
6360012C0ADProctorIngram: The device doesn't work from over there. You have to be on the platform.{project voice for rest of entire scene, the machine is running and you're talking over it (roughly the sound of a loud truck engine)} Let's see. Relay's dialed in, beam emitter's warmed up. Everything looks green.A1a
637Let me start scanning for the signal.ProctorIngram: Cross your fingers. I'm inputting the code now...A1b
6380012C0ABProctorIngram: If you place it in any terminal down there, it'll do the rest. Bring it back to me and I'll see if I can make sense of whatever it found.{Surprised} Well, well... looks like we have a winner. RF wave capture complete.A1a
639Ramping the emitter.ProctorIngram: Sixty percent...A1b
6400012C0AAProctorIngram: Ramping the emitter.{building up to teleport} Sixty percent...A1a
641{building up to teleport} Eighty percent...A1b
642{building up to teleport / Concerned} Emitter's spiking, but steady. All that's left is to throw the transmit switch.ProctorIngram: Transmitting in three...A1c
6430012C0A9ProctorIngram: Emitter's spiking, but steady. All that's left is to throw the transmit switch.{building up to teleport / Concerned} Transmitting in three...A1a
644{building up to teleport / Concerned} Two...A1b
645{building up to teleport / Concerned} One.A1c
646{last minute concern for Player as he teleports away / Concerned} Stay safe, soldier!A1d
647000FECCF{Irritated} The device doesn't work from over there. You have to be on the platform.ProctorIngram: Let's see. Relay's dialed in, beam emitter's warmed up. Everything looks green.A1a
648{Irritated} Pull yourself together and get up onto that platform.ProctorIngram: Let's see. Relay's dialed in, beam emitter's warmed up. Everything looks green.A2a
649{Irritated} Are you in, or are you out? Make up your mind.ProctorIngram: Let's see. Relay's dialed in, beam emitter's warmed up. Everything looks green.A3a
650{Irritated} You wanted to get into the Institute, right? Well, what are you waiting for?ProctorIngram: Let's see. Relay's dialed in, beam emitter's warmed up. Everything looks green.A4a
651MQ206BoSTeleporterWalkAway000FECCE{Surprised} Changed your mind, huh? All right, I'll keep this thing warmed up for you.A1a
652MQ206BoSTeleportStart000FED29{Question} I've checked and rechecked everything. I think the Signal Interceptor's ready to go... are you?Player Default: Let's do this.A
653000FECD3Player Default: Let's do this.{Concerned} All right.A1a
654{Confident} Head up onto the platform and we'll see if I can find a signal to lock on to.A1b
655000FECD2Player Default: I'm not ready yet.{Confident} Fine, wouldn't kill me to crunch the numbers a few more times anyway.B1a
656000FECD1Player Default: I have some things to do first.{Friendly} Yeah, I wouldn't be eager to jump onto this contraption either.X1a
657000FECD0Player Default: Shouldn't we test it first?{Confident} Not with a single frequency code.Y1a
658{Confident} The second you arrive and the Institute figures out which signal we hijacked, they'll change the code and we're locked out.Y1b
659{Confident} This is a one shot deal.Y1c
660{Question} So, what do you say? You ready to give it a try?Player Default: Let's do this.Y1d
661-000FED29Maxson's waiting to talk to you and I'm not throwing the switch until he gives us the go ahead.A
66200071FF4{caution in your voice / Concerned} All my readouts are green. Looks like we're ready.
663{Concerned} We're close. All we need is enough power to fire up the Signal Interceptor.
664{Concerned} Better check all your connections and make sure all the components are wired together on a single grid.
665{Concerned} Once all the components are set up, next step is power. A bunch of generators should do the trick.
666{Concerned} With the beam emitter out of alignment, we'll never trap the signal properly. See what you can do about it.

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667MQ302BoS_Ingram_ConcourseFight01001641FEPaladin, we've located the reactor. It's accessible through the Advanced Systems division. Only... you can't reach it.Ingram: The security override can only come from the Director's terminal. You'll need to access his quarters.A1a
668001641FDIngram: Paladin, we've located the reactor. It's accessible through the Advanced Systems division. Only... you can't reach it.The security override can only come from the Director's terminal. You'll need to access his quarters.A1a
669MQ302BoS_Ingram_PAHacked001641FFIngram: Elder Maxson? Sir? We've successfully broken into the audio overrides for the facility.We're working on the other systems now. I'll keep you updated and guide you as best I can.A1a
67000164200Elder Maxson? Sir? We've successfully broken into the audio overrides for the facility.Ingram: We're working on the other systems now. I'll keep you updated and guide you as best I can.A1a
671MQ302BoS_Ingram_PathCleared001660FEWell done, Paladin. Looks like a path should be clear to the reactor.Ingram: And I am happy to report that reinforcements have arrived.A1a
672001660FCIngram: Well done, Paladin. Looks like a path should be clear to the reactor.And I am happy to report that reinforcements have arrived.A1a
673MQ302BoS_Ingram_RelayOut001E0641Player Default: I don't even know what to say... except that they deserve what's coming to them.{Confident} You're clear to go, then. Ready?Player Default: Absolutely. Let's get out of here.A1a
674001E0640Player Default: Absolutely. Let's get out of here.{Confident} You got it, Paladin.Ingram: I'm sending you to the detonation site. I'll set the Relay to send the last of us to the Prydwen and make sure everyone is out.A1a
675001E063FPlayer Default: No, not yet.{Irritated} Yeah? Well, I hope you're not forgetting that one button press turns this place into a crater.Ingram: I'm sending you to the detonation site. I'll set the Relay to send the last of us to the Prydwen and make sure everyone is out.B1a
676001E063EPlayer Default: Not just yet. I need a minute.{Concerned} All right, but don't take too long. Maxson's itching to turn this place into dust.Ingram: I'm sending you to the detonation site. I'll set the Relay to send the last of us to the Prydwen and make sure everyone is out.X1a
677001E063DPlayer Default: The Relay works? It's not going to vaporize me or something, is it?{Irritated} Don't worry, I've got this thing all figured out. Now, are you ready to get out of here or not?Player Default: Absolutely. Let's get out of here.Y1a
67800187D93PlayerVoiceFemale01: All right, Ingram. Fire it up.{Surprised} Wait a second... you haven't even talked to the kid. You're not just going to leave him here are you?Player Default: He's a synth, Ingram. He's not really my son.A1a
679PlayerVoiceFemale01: All right, Ingram. Fire it up.{Surprised} Hang on. You're telling me you'd leave that kid here to die? He's your son!Player Default: He's a synth, Ingram. He's not really my son.A2a
68000187D92Player Default: He's a synth, Ingram. He's not really my son.{Surprised} Are you kidding me? The Institute made synths that look like children?A1a
681{Angry} I don't even know what to say... except that they deserve what's coming to them.Ingram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?A1b
68200187D91Player Default: It's none of your damned business Ingram. Now get us out of here.{as much contempt as appropriate when addressing senior officer / Irritated} Fine. Whatever you say... sir.Ingram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?B1a
683Player Default: It's none of your damned business Ingram. Now get us out of here.{Irritated} Fine. Whatever you say... ma'am.Ingram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?B2a
68400187D90Player Default: We don't have time for this, Proctor. Get us out of here.{shocked at Player's coldness, stammering / Surprised} But... I...X1a
685{recovering from the shock, snapping back to normal with as much contempt as appropriate when addressing senior officer / Irritated} Whatever you say, Paladin.Ingram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?X1b
68600187D8FPlayer Default: Is there a problem, Proctor?{angry and surprised / Surprised} A problem? Hell yes I have a problem!Y1a
687{Angry} You're letting this kid get blown to bits... and he's your son. I think that qualifies.Player Default: He's a synth, Ingram. He's not really my son.Y1b
68800187D8APlayer Default: You got it, Paladin.{Confident} I'm sending you to the detonation site. I'll set the Relay to send the last of us to the Prydwen and make sure everyone is out.Ingram: When that reactor goes up, this place will be nothing but a smoking crater full of rubble. Should be quite a sight.A1a
68900187D89Ingram: I'm sending you to the detonation site. I'll set the Relay to send the last of us to the Prydwen and make sure everyone is out.{SinisterSmile} When that reactor goes up, this place will be nothing but a smoking crater full of rubble. Should be quite a sight.A1a
690{Grateful} Looks like your work here is done, Paladin.Ingram: Everything looks green. System's warmed up and ready to go if you are.A1b
69100187D88Ingram: Looks like your work here is done, Paladin.{Confident} Everything looks green. System's warmed up and ready to go if you are.Player Default: Absolutely. Let's get out of here.A1a
69200187D87Player Default: You got it, Paladin.{Confident} I'm going to send you and Elder Maxson directly to the detonation site. I'll make sure the kid gets some new clothes and reaches the Airport safely.Ingram: When that reactor goes up, this place will be nothing but a smoking crater full of rubble. Should be quite a sight.A1a
69300187D86Ingram: I'm going to send you and Elder Maxson directly to the detonation site. I'll make sure the kid gets some new clothes and reaches the Airport safely.{SinisterSmile} When that reactor goes up, this place will be nothing but a smoking crater full of rubble. Should be quite a sight.A1a
694{Grateful} Looks like your work here is done, Paladin.A1b
695MQ302BoS_Maxson_Ingram_Kid00187D12Maxson: Our work here is done. Proctor Ingram, it's time to teleport us out.{surprised and don't quite know what to say / Surprised} Sorry, Elder... I would, but... well, this child showed up.Ingram: He claims to be the Paladin's son, sir.A1a
69600187D11Ingram: Sorry, Elder... I would, but... well, this child showed up.{Concerned} He claims to be the Paladin's son, sir.A1a
697-00166100Don't worry; we'll get this machinery under control.
698I'll make sure this teleporter is working by the time you need it.
699I've got this covered, Paladin. Get to that reactor.
700{Friendly} Good job, Paladin. Now let's get moving.
701{Confident} I have the relay warmed up and ready to get us out of here.
702{Confident} Ready to leave when you are, Paladin.
703{Friendly} You just get to the reactor, I'll figure this beast out.
704{Confident} As soon as I get the signal, I'll bring you right back here.
705{Confident} You do your thing, I'll do mine.
70600112666{sense of urgency, warp out before kaboom (don't yell) / Concerned} Get into the chamber so I can relay you out of here.A

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707-000432BAWhat? You looking at me?
708You here to chew me out, too?
709We severely underestimated the Commonwealth.