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This is a transcript for dialogue with Proctor Quinlan.

BoS201Edit

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1-000A7D01I believe we're due for a bit of a chat after you've checked in with Elder Maxson and Paladin Danse.A
2{Irritated} I don't have time to talk right now, I'm preparing to record Maxson's address.A

BoS302Edit

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3BoS302_02_QuinlanHaylenStage0200014BF32BoS302Quinlan: Scribe Haylen! You're addressing a senior officer and you will show him the respect that he's due or so help me I'll have you brought up on charges!{Irritated} Now, unless you're here with information that can assist us, I suggest you return to the police station immediately.BoS302Haylen: Of course. My apologies, Proctor.A1a
4000C31A2Player Default: He'll be missed.{Surprised} Doubtful. I wouldn't "miss" a synth any sooner than I'd miss a transistor radio.A1a
5{Confident} I was merely sorry that you'd been duped. No matter.BoS302Quinlan: I've been pouring over Danse's duty reports and unfortunately, I haven't found any concrete information.A1b
6000C31A1Player Default: I don't need apologies, I need to know where he is.{Confident} Yes, you're quite right.BoS302Quinlan: I've been pouring over Danse's duty reports and unfortunately, I haven't found any concrete information.B1a
7000C31A0Player Default: I don't want to talk about it.{Confident} I understand. On to your orders then.BoS302Quinlan: I've been pouring over Danse's duty reports and unfortunately, I haven't found any concrete information.X1a
8000C319FPlayer Default: What do you know about this situation?{Confident} While I was decrypting all of the data you acquired from within the Institute, I came across a list.Y1a
9{Confident} It appears that the Institute keeps exemplary records where their synths are concerned, including logging those that were reported missing.Y1b
10{Confident} As I was perusing this list, I came across an image of Danse under the heading "M7-97."Y1c
11{Confident} A quick DNA comparison with our own records told the rest of the tale.Y1d
12{Apologetic} I'm certain this comes as quite a shock to you, Knight. I'm sorry.Player Default: He'll be missed.Y1e
13000C319APlayer Default: I was merely sorry that you'd been duped. No matter.{Irritated} I've been pouring over Danse's duty reports and unfortunately, I haven't found any concrete information.A1a
14{Concerned} As you're well aware, Danse had intimate knowledge of the Commonwealth and I'm afraid he could be seeking refuge anywhere.A1b
15{Confident} I think our best approach would be to identify every location he's ever visited and eliminate them as possibilities one by one.A1c
16{Confident} You may want to get comfortable, this could take quite a bit of...BoS302Haylen: What the hell is this crap about Danse being a synth!?A1d
17000C3197BoS302Haylen: What the hell is this crap about Danse being a synth!?{Annoyed that a junior officer just broke decorum / Irritated} I assume your outburst was a reference to some doubt regarding Danse's identity. I can assure you that my findings are quite accurate, Scribe.BoS302Haylen: So he sets Danse up, and then you knock him down. Is that it?A1a
18000C318CBoS302Haylen: There's obviously been a mistake and we need to get to the bottom of it.{Angry} Scribe Haylen! You're addressing a senior officer and you will show him the respect that he's due or so help me I'll have you brought up on charges!BoS302Quinlan: Now, unless you're here with information that can assist us, I suggest you return to the police station immediately.A1a
19BoS302Haylen: There's obviously been a mistake and we need to get to the bottom of it.{Angry} Scribe Haylen! You're addressing a senior officer and you will show her the respect that she's due or so help me I'll have you brought up on charges!BoS302Quinlan: Now, unless you're here with information that can assist us, I suggest you return to the police station immediately.A2a
20000C318BBoS302Haylen: I believe I have some information that's relevant to the search.{Sarcastic} Very well then, would you care to enlighten us, or do we have to wait until you decide to grace us with your knowledge?BoS302Haylen: Knight, if you'd accompany me to the Flight Deck, I'd like to show you the information I've compiled first hand.A1a
21000C317FPlayer Default: Yes, sir.{Confident} Proceed, Knight. I'll continue doing my research here.BoS302Haylen: If you'll follow me, sir?A1a
22000C31F3{Confident} Oh, Knight... I was told you were coming. Sorry about this business with Danse.Player Default: He'll be missed.A
23-000C31A3{Irritated} I blame myself for not recognizing Danse's true identity. I must learn more about them.
24{Irritated} Well, I consider this whole sordid affair with Danse a lesson in our lack of preparedness. I'm glad it's finally over.
25If Knight Haylen provided you any clues, you should follow up on them as soon as possible.
26I'll continue my research. Good luck, Knight.

BoSDialoguePlayerHellosEdit

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27-0012EFC3{Question} Sentinel? Is everything well?
28{Irritated} Your silence is... disconcerting.
29{Irritated} Ignoring me? How infuriating.
30{Irritated} *Sigh* Is this going to take much longer?

BoSDialoguePrydwenEdit

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31BoSPrydwen_01_QuinlanIntro001A8AE3Player Default: Ah. Yes. You must be the new recruit described in Paladin Danse's report.{Confident} Under normal circumstances, I'd provide you with a proper orientation of my department.A1a
32{Irritated} However, I'm woefully behind setting up research patrols and getting bombarded with requests for technical documentation.A1b
33{Irritated} Unfortunately, I'm lacking the personnel needed to get the job done.Player Default: Maybe I could lend you a hand.A1c
3400180B9EPlayer Default: Maybe I could lend you a hand.{Grateful} That would be splendid.BoSQuinlan: As you patrol the Commonwealth, keep your eyes open for blueprints, memos, manuals, books, charts... anything containing useful technical data.A1a
3500180B9DPlayer Default: If you want my help, just ask already.{Surprised} I wasn't aware you were interested, Knight.BoSQuinlan: As you patrol the Commonwealth, keep your eyes open for blueprints, memos, manuals, books, charts... anything containing useful technical data.B1a
3600180B9CPlayer Default: What exactly is a "research patrol?"{Confident} Simply put, we send a small two-man team to scout a location and evaluate its technical and historical relevance.X1a
37{Irritated} Saves us from sending an entire retrieval team to a worthless location.Player Default: Maybe I could lend you a hand.X1b
3800180B9BPlayer Default: What type of technical documentation are you looking for?{Confident} The Brotherhood is primarily interested in collecting information that might assist us with our current mission.Y1a
39{Confident} Medical records, science journals, weapon schematics... if it contains any type of useful data, we need to get our hands on it.Player Default: Maybe I could lend you a hand.Y1b
4000180B96Player Default: That would be splendid.{Confident} As you patrol the Commonwealth, keep your eyes open for blueprints, memos, manuals, books, charts... anything containing useful technical data.A1a
41{Confident} I'm authorized to pay you for each bundle of documents that your recover.A1b
42{Confident} And if you wish to be assigned to a research patrol, I have plenty of them waiting to be filled.BoSQuinlan: In any event, It was a pleasure to meet you, Knight.A1c
4300180B95BoSQuinlan: And if you wish to be assigned to a research patrol, I have plenty of them waiting to be filled.{Confident} In any event, It was a pleasure to meet you, Knight.A1a
4400180B72{Irritated} Pardon me, Knight... but I don't believe we were finished speaking.A1a
450008F52DPlayer Default: I think you're confusing me with someone else.{Thinking} Hmm. Perhaps I need to rummage through the supply bins for a new pair of glasses.BoSQuinlan: Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?A1a
460008F52CPlayer Default: Clean your glasses, pops.{Puzzled} Pops? What does that mean?B1a
47{Surprised} Oh wait, I see. That's in reference to my age. Clever. I'll make a note of that.BoSQuinlan: Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?B1b
480008F52BPlayer Default: What... not even a thank you?{not expecting what the Player said - not mad, you were daydreaming / Surprised} I hardly need to... Oh my, It appears I've mistaken you for someone else.BoSQuinlan: Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?X1a
490008F52APlayer Default: What are you doing with all these books?{Confident} I suppose I could stop working for a moment to address your question.Player Default: Makes sense to get rid of the trash.Y1a
500008F525Player Default: Hmm. Perhaps I need to rummage through the supply bins for a new pair of glasses.{Question} Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?Player Default: Maxson wanted me to meet the crew. You were next on my list.A1a
510008F524Player Default: Maxson wanted me to meet the crew. You were next on my list.{Apologetic} Ah. Yes. You must be the new recruit described in Paladin Danse's report.BoSQuinlan: Under normal circumstances, I'd provide you with a proper orientation of my department.A1a
520008F523Player Default: I'm asking myself the same thing.{Confident} I don't recognize you, which leads me to the conclusion that you're a new recruit.B1a
53{Confident} Specifically, the one that Paladin Danse described in his report.BoSQuinlan: Under normal circumstances, I'd provide you with a proper orientation of my department.B1b
540008F522Player Default: Just learning my way around the Prydwen.{confused / Puzzled} Learning your way around?X1a
55{realization at beginning / Surprised} Ah. I see. You're the new recruit that Paladin Danse described in his report.BoSQuinlan: Under normal circumstances, I'd provide you with a proper orientation of my department.X1b
560008F521Player Default: Should I come back when you're less busy?{Irritated} Our recent arrival in the Commonwealth has left me with an immense amount of data to compile.Y1a
57{Confident} None of that's your fault, really... you're obviously here for a reason.Y1b
58{You forgot everything player said... your story distracted yourself / Puzzled} What was it again?Player Default: Maxson wanted me to meet the crew. You were next on my list.Y1c
59000A7CC3{Impressed} Ah good, you're finally here. Just set the books down anywhere. I'll get to them as soon as I can.Player Default: I think you're confusing me with someone else.A
60BoSPrydwen_01A_QuinlanBooks0008F51C{Confident} My responsibility aboard the Prydwen is to sort through the books discovered by our recovery teams and extract pertinent information from them.A1a
61{Irritated} It's tedious work, since most of the volumes are a waste of paper... works of fiction, poetry... you understand.Player Default: Makes sense to get rid of the trash.A1b
620008F51BPlayer Default: Makes sense to get rid of the trash.{Confident} Well, I'm pleased you agree.A1a
63{Confident} There are other scribes within the Brotherhood that consider fictional material essential, but I refuse to allow them aboard this vessel.BoSQuinlan: Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?A1b
640008F51APlayer Default: Those books aren't a waste of paper!{Irritated} If they don't expand the Brotherhood's technological knowledge, they're useless.BoSQuinlan: Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?B1a
650008F519Player Default: Whatever suits you.{Irritated} Expanding the technological knowledge of the Brotherhood is what suits me.X1a
66{Irritated} If I can help by weeding out the undesirable works, then so be it.BoSQuinlan: Since it's obvious that you aren't who I was expecting, would you mind telling me why you're here?X1b
670008F518Player Default: Which books contain "pertinent information?"{Confident} Technical volumes, repair manuals, design philosophies, medical research... anything that enhances the Brotherhood's knowledge.Y1a
68{Irritated} That's why I consider everything else a waste of paper.Player Default: Makes sense to get rid of the trash.Y1b
69BoSPrydwen_02_QuinlanNormal00180B93Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.{Irritated} These aren't technical documents!A1a
70{Irritated} I don't have time for games, soldier. Come back when you've decided to take your duties more seriously.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.A1b
71Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.{Impressed} Splendid... I'll put them to use right away.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.A2a
72Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.{Impressed} Ah, good. I was beginning to run out of materials to study.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.A3a
73Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.{Impressed} These will prove interesting. I'll file them immediately.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.A4a
74Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.{Impressed} And they're in wonderful condition as well. Excellent work!BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.A5a
75Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.{Impressed} These look rather promising. You certainly have a knack for this sort of work.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.A6a
7600180B92Player Default: Neither. Not right now.{Irritated} How disappointing.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.B1a
77Player Default: Neither. Not right now.{Neutral} Oh, well, all right then.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.B2a
78Player Default: Neither. Not right now.{Neutral} Very well then.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.B3a
79Player Default: Neither. Not right now.{Neutral} You do have a patrol to finish, after all.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.B4a
80Player Default: Neither. Not right now.{Irritated} That's unfortunate.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.B5a
81Player Default: Neither. Not right now.{Irritated} That's discouraging news.BoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.B6a
8200180B91Player Default: I've got time to assist on a patrol.{Confident} Good, good. Hopefully, you won't be much longer.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.X1a
83Player Default: I've got time to assist on a patrol.{Grateful} Good, good. There's too much information out there, and it mustn't go to waste.X2a
84Player Default: I've got time to assist on a patrol.{Happy} Wonderful. I can't deny my excitement over the prospect of fresh data.X3a
85Player Default: I've got time to assist on a patrol.{Confident} Excellent. A scribe's work is never done. There's always more knowledge out there.X4a
86Player Default: I've got time to assist on a patrol.{Grateful} Good, I'm glad to hear you say that. Most people don't realize how critical a good research patrol can be.X5a
87Player Default: I've got time to assist on a patrol.{Happy} That's the spirit. While our scribes are well trained, combat is not their specialty.X6a
8800180B90Player Default: Do you have any idea where I can find more of them?{Confident} Offices, laboratories, military bases... almost any pre-war location is a potential treasure trove of technical information.Y1a
89{Confident} I'd try searching desks, filing cabinets, safes and anywhere else you suspect documents would be stored.Y1b
90{Question} Have you had any luck finding any yet?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.Y1c
9100180B8BPlayer Default: I don't have time for games, soldier. Come back when you've decided to take your duties more seriously.{Confident} Here are the caps that I promised.BoSQuinlan: Remember, the Commonwealth is an almost unlimited source for these technical documents.A1a
9200180B8ABoSQuinlan: Here are the caps that I promised.{Confident} Remember, the Commonwealth is an almost unlimited source for these technical documents.A1a
93{Confident} Check every building you explore during your patrols very carefully and you might be pleasantly surprised at what you find.A1b
94000A7CC3{Friendly} It sounds like we owe you our gratitude for wiping out those monsters at Fort Strong. Now, did you have any documents for me?A
95{Question} Or perhaps you were interested in aiding a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
96{Friendly} Never expected Doctor Li would return to the Brotherhood. But you're not here to discuss history, are you?A
97{Question} Are there documents you wanted to turn in? Or were you here to help with a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
98{Friendly} Well, if it isn't the woman who revived Prime. The Brotherhood is in your debt.A
99{Question} Now, did you have documents for me? Or perhaps you were looking to take up with a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
100{Friendly} Well, if it isn't the man who revived Prime. The Brotherhood is in your debt.A
101{Question} Now, did you have documents for me? Or perhaps you were looking to take up with a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
102{Friendly} A synth. Right under our noses the whole time. But what you did, it was the right thing.A
103{Question} But you probably have some documents for me. Or perhaps you'd like to aid a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
104{Friendly} The intelligence we've gained from PAM, it's unbelievable. Exceptional work, soldier.A
105{Question} You wouldn't be here to provide some additional documentation, would you? Or perhaps support a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
106{Impressed} Greetings, Paladin. And congratulations on the promotion.A
107{Impressed} You wouldn't be here to lend yourself to a research patrol, would you? Or perhaps drop off any technical documents?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
108{Impressed} I hear congratulations are in order, Sentinel. Now, did you have any documentation for me? Or perhaps you'd be willing to lead a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
109{Neutral} Ah... Knight. You have technical documents perhaps? Or looking to assist on a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
110{Neutral} Ah... Paladin. You have technical documents perhaps? Or looking to assist on a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
111{Neutral} Ah... Sentinel. You have technical documents perhaps? Or looking to assist on a research patrol?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
112{Confident} Ah... Knight. How is the research patrol going? Or you have technical documents perhaps?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
113{Confident} Ah... Paladin. How is the research patrol going? Or you have technical documents perhaps?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
114{Confident} Ah... Sentinel. How is the research patrol going? Or you have technical documents perhaps?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
115{Confident} Stay alert for the scribe's sake. Remember who the real soldier is out there.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
116{Confident} Did you complete the patrol so soon? Or I guess you could have discovered some technical documents.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
117{Confident} I hope the scribe is fully cooperating with you. Were you finished already? Or just have some documents perhaps?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
118{Confident} I do hope you're keeping a watchful eye on the scribe. They'll be looking to you for protection.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
119{Confident} Back already? How goes the patrol? Or did you have technical documents you wanted to turn in?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
120{Confident} Thanks to you, I hope to fend off the constant demands for technical data.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
121{Confident} Ah, you've returned already. How fares the quest for data?Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
122{Confident} I feel I'll simply never be able to keep up with these requests for technical documents and research.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
123{Confident} I'm very interested in seeing what sort of data our scribes will discover on these patrols. The Commonwealth is a very different place from home.Player Default: I found some technical documents for you.A
124BoSPrydwen_03_QuinlanPost00169CB1Player Default: I was simply doing my duty, Proctor.{Friendly} Nonsense... there's no need to be modest. You deserve all the accolades you've been receiving and more.BoSQuinlan: And despite popular opinion on this vessel, I feel that using the Minutemen to accomplish this feat was an inspired concept.A1a
12500169CB0Player Default: I'm glad you're impressed.{Friendly} There's no need to be modest. You deserve all the accolades you've been receiving and more.BoSQuinlan: And despite popular opinion on this vessel, I feel that using the Minutemen to accomplish this feat was an inspired concept.B1a
12600169CAFPlayer Default: Thank you, Proctor.{Friendly} Absolutely. You deserve all the accolades you've been receiving and more.BoSQuinlan: And despite popular opinion on this vessel, I feel that using the Minutemen to accomplish this feat was an inspired concept.X1a
12700169CAEPlayer Default: You aren't disappointed that all the Institute's technical research just went up in smoke?{Friendly} On the contrary.Y1a
128{Confident} It's always been my sincerest hope that the Institute's ill-conceived research would never see the light of day.Y1b
129{Impressed} And, thanks to your efforts, it appears that my hopes have become reality.Player Default: I was simply doing my duty, Proctor.Y1c
13000169CA9Player Default: Nonsense... there's no need to be modest. You deserve all the accolades you've been receiving and more.{Friendly} And despite popular opinion on this vessel, I feel that using the Minutemen to accomplish this feat was an inspired concept.A1a
131{Impressed} You've minimized the Brotherhood's potential casualties by coercing another force... using them as virtual cannon fodder. Inspired.A1b
132{Concerned} *Sigh* Sometimes I feel the Brotherhood has such a narrow view when executing its operations.BoSQuinlan: Your actions have proven to the people of the Commonwealth that the Brotherhood of Steel has their best interests in mind.A1c
13300169CA8BoSQuinlan: *Sigh* Sometimes I feel the Brotherhood has such a narrow view when executing its operations.{Impressed} Your actions have proven to the people of the Commonwealth that the Brotherhood of Steel has their best interests in mind.A1a
134{Impressed} That's quite an accomplishment for someone who was merely a new recruit only a short time ago.BoSQuinlan: Well... I've already taken up more than enough of your valuable time.A1b
13500169CA7BoSQuinlan: That's quite an accomplishment for someone who was merely a new recruit only a short time ago.{Friendly} Well... I've already taken up more than enough of your valuable time.A1a
136{Friendly} If you still wish to procure technical documents or escort one of my scribes, please let me know.A1b
137000A7CC3{Friendly} That's quite the crater you've manifested in the center of Boston. Marvelous work... simply marvelous.Player Default: I was simply doing my duty, Proctor.A
138-001A8D14{Confident} Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, so check back if you can lend a hand.
139{Confident} And here. For your troubles. There's plenty of material out there, so let me know if you're still interested in lending a hand.
140{Confident} Here's your payment. Now, we do have more scribes lined up and ready to go. Be sure to find me if you can assist again.
141{Confident} Here's a small reward for your efforts. Let me know if we may utilize your assistance in the future.
142{Confident} Here's payment for a job well done. Please, if you can spare the time for another patrol, come find me.
14300027EAD{Concerned} When you're ready, another scribe will be lined up for you. But please, be more vigilant this time.
144{Confident} Our scribes are prepared to make the sacrifice in pursuit of furthering the Brotherhood's knowledge.
145{Confident} So, once you're ready, another scribe will be, too.
146{Confident} Another scribe will be prepped should you choose to take on another research patrol.
147{Concerned} But please, do be more careful next time.
148{Confident} Rest if you need it. And if you're willing to take on another research patrol, a scribe will made ready to go.
149{Concerned} Just exercise a tad more caution next time.
150{Confident} In the meantime, another scribe will begin preparations to accompany you should you decide to accept another research patrol.
151{Concerned} Only, please, keep both eyes open next time.
152001858CBYou're... ignoring me?
153{clearing throat noise} Ahem. Excuse me.
154{irritated / Irritated} If you're going to say something, say it already.
155{irritated / Irritated} Well? I'm waiting.
1560008B294I don't have time to talk to you right now.
157Must I be constantly interrupted?
158I have books that need sorting. Please, leave me alone.
159Didn't I say I was busy?
160I believe Captain Kells wishes to speak with you.
161{Friendly} Please, finish your introductions by all means. But I do hope you'll consider assisting me when you're done.
162{Friendly} Once you're finished introducing yourself, I've plenty of work to be done if you have the time.
163{Friendly} It's good to see new blood in the Brotherhood. I hope you'll come back when you're finished to lend a hand.
164{Friendly} I won't take up anymore of your time, but if you do have a moment to assist when you're done, please, I beg you, come find me.
165{Friendly} Enjoy meeting the others, and feel free to return when you're done. I've plenty of work for someone such as yourself.
166{Puzzled} Is that synth your prisoner? Hmm. I didn't think they were capable of that. I'll have to include that in my notes.
167{Concerned} I'm not sure I like how your Ghoul is eying my quarters. I'd appreciate you removing him.

BoSR04Edit

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168BoSR04End000CF3F5Player Default: Yes, sir.{Happy} Good.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.A1a
169Player Default: Yes, sir.{Happy} Excellent.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.A2a
170Player Default: Yes, sir.{Impressed} Well done.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.A3a
171Player Default: Yes, sir.{Impressed} Ah, wonderful.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.A4a
172Player Default: Yes, sir.{Impressed} Good work.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.A5a
173000CF3F4Player Default: What do you think, smart guy?{Concerned} Come now, there's no call for that.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.B1a
174Player Default: What do you think, smart guy?{Concerned} Really? That's the type of talk I'd expect from a civilian.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.B2a
175Player Default: What do you think, smart guy?{Concerned} Please, there's no need for that.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.B3a
176Player Default: What do you think, smart guy?{Concerned} Smart guy? I'd appreciate the comment if it weren't for your tone.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.B4a
177Player Default: What do you think, smart guy?{Concerned} I prefer to be polite and ask rather than assume.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.B5a
178000CF3F3Player Default: Not yet.{Neutral} Come back when you're ready.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.X1a
179Player Default: Not yet.{Neutral} Well then, get to it.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.X2a
180Player Default: Not yet.{Neutral} Report back to me when you have.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.X3a
181Player Default: Not yet.{Neutral} I look forward to it when you do.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.X4a
182Player Default: Not yet.{Neutral} Return to me when you're done.BoSR04Quinlan: Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.X5a
183000CF3F2Player Default: What was the mission?{Worried} My goodness, for the scribe's sake, I hope you haven't forgotten.Y1a
184{Neutral} You were assigned a scribe to protect while she collects data from a given location.Y1b
185{Nervous} Now, please tell me you were successful and the scribe is fine.Player Default: Yes, sir.Y1c
186Player Default: What was the mission?{Worried} My goodness, for the scribe's sake, I hope you haven't forgotten.Y2a
187{Neutral} You were assigned a scribe to protect while he collects data from a given location.Y2b
188{Nervous} Now, please tell me you were successful and the scribe is unharmed.Player Default: Yes, sir.Y2c
189Player Default: What was the mission?{Confident} A simple research patrol: escort a scribe to a location where data may be extracted.Y3a
190{Question} Have you been successful?Player Default: Yes, sir.Y3b
191Player Default: What was the mission?{Neutral} You were sent with a scribe to a location where potential data may be recovered. Hopefully, you were successful?Player Default: Yes, sir.Y4a
192Player Default: What was the mission?{Neutral} Your mission is to accompany a scribe to a location, protect the scribe as she collects data, and finally return safely back to headquarters.Y5a
193{Question} Since you're back, I take it you've been successful?Player Default: Yes, sir.Y5b
194Player Default: What was the mission?{Neutral} Your mission is to accompany a scribe to a location, protect the scribe as he collects data, and finally return safely back to headquarters.Y6a
195{Question} Since you're back, I take it you've been successful?Player Default: Yes, sir.Y6b
196000CF3EDPlayer Default: Good.Here's something for your considerable troubles. We'll be sending out scribes again soon, check back if you can lend a hand again.A1a
197000CF408{Friendly / Question} Finished your mission?Player Default: Yes, sir.A
198{Friendly inquiry / Friendly} Ah good, you're back. Did you complete the mission?Player Default: Yes, sir.A
199{Friendly / Friendly} Just the person I hoped to see. Did you recover that data?Player Default: Yes, sir.A
200{Friendly / Friendly} Have you completed the patrol?Player Default: Yes, sir.A
201{Friendly / Friendly} So you've returned. I hope you have good news to report.Player Default: Yes, sir.A
202BoSR04Fail000CF3ECPlayer Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} What I'm hearing is the mission failed.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A1a
203Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} Essentially, the mission failed.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A2a
204Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} So, the scribe was killed which means the data was lost which means you failed to complete.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A3a
205Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} A real shame, Knight.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A4a
206Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} A real shame, Paladin.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A5a
207Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} A real shame, Sentinel.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A6a
208Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Somber} Didn't make it? So the mission failed and the data is lost. A real shame. I expected more from you, Knight.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A7a
209Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Concerned} Didn't make it? So the mission failed and the data is lost. A real shame. I expected more from you, Paladin.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A8a
210Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.{Concerned} Didn't make it? So the mission failed and the data is lost. A real shame. I expected more from you, Sentinel.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.A9a
211000CF3EBPlayer Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Worried} These scribes are thinkers, not soldiers.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B1a
212Player Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Irritated} The Brotherhood honors those who gave their lives in the line of duty. You'd do well to remember that, Knight.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B2a
213Player Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Irritated} The Brotherhood honors those who gave their lives in the line of duty. You'd do well to remember that, Paladin.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B3a
214Player Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Irritated} The Brotherhood honors those who gave their lives in the line of duty. You'd do well to remember that, Sentinel.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B4a
215Player Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Irritated} If you don't do away with that attitude, we'll all be wishing it were the other way around.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B5a
216Player Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Irritated} Speaking ill of the dead, are we? In other words, you mean your mission failed.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B6a
217Player Default: Moron got himself killed. Got another?{Irritated} A scribe is no "moron" as you put it. We owe all our intel and support to them.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.B7a
218000CF3EAPlayer Default: I don't know.{Worried} A most worrisome answer, Knight. Do come back when you know for certain.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X1a
219Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} A most worrisome answer, Paladin. Do come back when you know for certain.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X2a
220Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} A most worrisome answer, Sentinel. Do come back when you know for certain.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X3a
221Player Default: I don't know.{Confident} That scribe is your responsibility, Knight. Come back when you do.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X4a
222Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} That scribe is your responsibility, Paladin. Come back when you do.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X5a
223Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} That scribe is your responsibility, Sentinel. Come back when you do.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X6a
224Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} Not the answer I expected. When you do, let me know.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X7a
225Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} You don't know? Well get back out there and figure it out.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X8a
226Player Default: I don't know.{Worried} Oh dear. This does not bode well.BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.X9a
227000CF3E9Player Default: What are the mission details again?{Concerned} Escort and protect the scribe, and return safely with the data. Why? Was there a problem?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.Y1a
228Player Default: What are the mission details again?{Concerned} Protect the scribe during data recovery. Fairly easy to remember.Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.Y2a
229Player Default: What are the mission details again?{Concerned} You were assigned a scribe to escort and...Y3a
230{Worried} I do hope you're not bringing me bad news about the scribe.Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.Y3b
231Player Default: What are the mission details again?{Concerned} Your mission is to escort and protect one of our scribes while they recover data. I take it the scribe returned with you?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.Y4a
232Player Default: What are the mission details again?{Concerned} Quite simple, escort and protect one of the Brotherhood scribes on a research patrol.Y5a
233{Worried} I take it the scribe returned safely with you?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.Y5b
234000CF3E4BoSR04Quinlan: While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A1a
23500027EACPlayer Default: What I'm hearing is the mission failed.{Concerned} While the loss is disheartening, I cannot deny that these patrols must go on.BoSR04Quinlan: We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A1a
236Player Default: What I'm hearing is the mission failed.{Concerned} It's shocking really... the loss. However, these patrols must go on.BoSR04Quinlan: We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A2a
237Player Default: What I'm hearing is the mission failed.{Concerned} A sad loss. Her memory will be upheld and honored, and the research patrols will continue.BoSR04Quinlan: We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A3a
238Player Default: What I'm hearing is the mission failed.{Concerned} A sad loss. His memory will be upheld and honored, and the research patrols will continue.BoSR04Quinlan: We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A4a
239Player Default: What I'm hearing is the mission failed.{Concerned} I will notify the proper parties. In the meantime, these patrols must continue. They are essential to our cause.BoSR04Quinlan: We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A5a
240Player Default: What I'm hearing is the mission failed.{Confident} On the bright side, giving one's life for duty is an honorable and brave way to go. We should all be so lucky.BoSR04Quinlan: We've lined up another scribe for you, be more vigilant this time.A6a
241000CF408{Question} Ah, you're back. How did the scribe fair?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
242{Question} Welcome back, Knight. And how did the scribe fair on the mission?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
243{Question} Welcome back, Paladin. And how did the scribe fair on the mission?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
244{Question} Welcome back, Sentinel. And how did the scribe fair on the mission?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
245{Question} Good to see you again. And how faired the scribe on the mission?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
246{Question} Back already? I hope there weren't any issues with the scribe?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
247{Question} I didn't expect to see you so soon. There wasn't any trouble with the scribe, was there?Player Default: The scribe didn't make it. Give me another chance.A
248-001A8B77{Confident} Meet the scribe just outside the Prydwen.
249{Confident} You will escort and protect her while she collects data, and, most importantly, bring her back in one piece.
250{Confident} Meet the scribe just outside the Prydwen.
251{Confident} You will escort and protect him while he collects data, and, most importantly, bring him back in one piece.
252{Concerned} The scribe will meet you on the ground, just below.
253{Confident} Your mission is to escort and protect. I expect nothing less but success.
254{Confident} You'll rendezvous with the scribe on the ground. She'll have a location for you.
255{Confident} The patrol is a success once you've returned the scribe with the data. Zero casualties of course.
256{Confident} You'll rendezvous with the scribe on the ground. He'll have a location for you.
257{Confident} The patrol is a success once you've returned the scribe with the data. Zero casualties of course.
258{Confident} Meet the scribe on the ground. Your mission is to escort and protect a scribe while locating a data source.
259{Confident} Once found, the scribe will extract the data, and you'll return both data and scribe safely back to the base.
260{Confident} Your assigned scribe will meet you at the airport. There, she'll give you the research patrol location.
261{Confident} Return with both scribe and data intact, and your mission is complete.
262{Confident} Your assigned scribe will meet you at the airport. There, he'll give you the research patrol location.
263{Confident} Return with both scribe and data intact, and your mission is complete.

CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
264CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseScene0018A7D3Companion: Reporting in, Elder.{Confident} Oh my, yes. Our recon teams have been bringing in all sorts of artifacts and documents. It'll take me years to study all of them.Companion: Get out of my sight, filthy ghoul!A3a

ConvBoSAirportPrydwen04Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
265ConvBoSAirportPrydwen04Scene0017F002BoSGroup01: Sorry to disturb you, Proctor...Don't worry yourself about that. Just tell me why you're here.BoSGroup01: We have another crate of technical documents being unloaded as we speak, sir.A1a
266BoSGroup01: Sorry to disturb you, Proctor...You're hardly disturbing me. What can I do for you?BoSGroup01: We have another crate of technical documents being unloaded as we speak, sir.A2a
267BoSGroup01: Sorry to disturb you, Proctor...Yes, soldier?BoSGroup01: We have another crate of technical documents being unloaded as we speak, sir.A3a
2680017F000BoSGroup01: We have another crate of technical documents being unloaded as we speak, sir.Oh, splendid. Thank you for letting me know.A1a
269BoSGroup01: We have another crate of technical documents being unloaded as we speak, sir.Good... good. Oh... you're dismissed and all that.A2a
270BoSGroup01: We have another crate of technical documents being unloaded as we speak, sir.Thank you, soldier.A3a

DialogueGenericUniqueVoiceTypesEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
271-00195432{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Grrargh!
272{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Aggghh!
273{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Nyyarrggh!
274{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Rrarggh!
275{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Yearrgh!
276{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Hyargh!
27700195431{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Hunh!
278{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Gah!
279{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Yah!
280{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Rargh!
28100195430{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} *heavy breathing* *cough cough*
282{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Oof! *heavy breathing*
283{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Agh! *cough* *wheeze*
2840019542F{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Gah!
285{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nargh!
286{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Unf!
287{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Grrh!
288{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nnh!
2890019542E{death / InPain} For... E-elder M-maxson...
290{death / InPain} Honor and g-glory...
291{death / InPain} For the B-brotherhood...
292{InPain} Agh.
2930019542C{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Argh!
294{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Weergh!
295{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Yeagh!
296{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Nargh!
297{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Oof!
298{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Agh!
2990019542A{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
300{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Yyyaaaarrgghh!
301{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Rrrraaaaarrggghhhh!
30200195429For the Brotherhood!
303For victory!
304No mercy!
305Ad victoriam!
306For Elder Maxson!

HolotapesQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
307BoSQuinlanHolotape
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001AC5BC{Angry} Damn it scribe, I told you I didn't want the corners bent. The issues were to be in mint condition!Player Default: I'm sorry, Proctor, but this is the only limited edition annual we've recovered.A1a
308001AC5BAPlayer Default: Even before the bombs fell, this was the rarest issue... the one where Grognak dies and comes back to life.{Irritated} Yes, scribe... I've read the 2076 Underlane Price Guide from cover to cover, so I'm well aware of it's past value.A1a
309{Irritated} The fault for this travesty rests squarely on your shoulders because you chose to ignore the important lesson I taught you.A1b
310{Irritated} Which is...?Player Default: Always bag and board. I'm sorry, sir. You're absolutely right, and I promise it will never...A1c
311001AC5B8Player Default: Um, sir? What's that red blinking light on your terminal?{recording cuts off / Surprised} What? Oh, damn it all... I left it in record mode. Just let me...A1a

RR303Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
312RR303_0900_Quinlan0019DE44NPCMProctorQuinlan: I can't help but notice you're empty handed.{Worried} Please, tell me that Haylen remembered to load my package on Claymore.A1a
313{Stern} Those technical documents may be exactly what we need to repair Liberty Prime. So you understand the urgency.Player Default: I'll bring you the package later. Sir.A1b
3140019DE43Player Default: I'll bring you the package later. Sir.{Irritated} As soon as you can or you'll have to answer to Elder Maxson.A1a
315Player Default: I'll bring you the package later. Sir.{Suspicious} I instructed Haylen so very specifically... Something... Knights. We have an intruder!A2a
3160019DE42Player Default: Unloading cargo's not my job.{Thinking} Maybe I'll send one of the squires, then.B1a
317Player Default: Unloading cargo's not my job.{Suspicious} My instructions were.... Hmm... Intruder! Intruder!B2a
3180019DE41Player Default: Haylen didn't give us anything. Not our fault.{Irritated} That's so unlike her. I'll just have to ask Kells to send another vertibird then.X1a
319Player Default: Haylen didn't give us anything. Not our fault.{Suspicious} Haylen forget something like this? Hmm... Intruder! Intruder!X2a
3200019DE40Player Default: Sir, I wasn't on Claymore.{Irritated} I saw you disembark myself. Don't try to shirk your responsibilities here. Where is my package?Player Default: I'll bring you the package later. Sir.Y1a
321Player Default: Sir, I wasn't on Claymore.{Apologetic} Oh dear, the ravages of age and all. Carry on.Y2a
322Player Default: Sir, I wasn't on Claymore.{Suspicious} I know I saw you get off the vertibird. Why are you...? Intruder! Intruder!Y3a
3230019DE39{Angry} Wait. Where are you...? Hey. Intruder. We have an intruder!A1a
324000A7CE0I can't help but notice you're empty handed.Quinlan: Please, tell me that Haylen remembered to load my package on Claymore.A
325-000432BAThose documents could turn the tide.
326The key to everything is getting Liberty Prime operational.
327I was supposed to have my package hours ago.