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This is a transcript for dialogue with Scribe Neriah.

BoS302Edit

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1-000C31A3{Confident} I'd love to get Danse on one of my exam tables. You know, to cut him open and see how he ticks.
2{very doctor like an non-emotional about it / Confident} You didn't bring back Danse's body for an autopsy. Damn. What a shame.

BoSDialoguePlayerHellosEdit

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3-0012EFC3{wary (superior officer) / Concerned} Sir, I'm neglecting my duties by standing here.
4{Irritated} Oh just say something already!
5{Irritated} You're taking time away from my experiments, you know.
6{Irritated} Ahem! Soldier, I have work to do.

BoSDialoguePrydwenEdit

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7BoSPrydwen_01_NeriahIntro000A7CC3{Irritated} Feel free to have a look at the specimens, but please don't touch anything. I refuse to be held responsible if you're injured.Player Default: Quite a collection you've got here.A
800180B6FPlayer Default: Quite a collection you've got here.{Friendly} Well thank you. Most people don't appreciate the important work that I'm trying to do here.BoSNeriah: I'm on the cusp of discovering how these creatures bodies have adapted to the radiation that's infiltrated their habitats.A1a
900180B6EPlayer Default: Ugh... this place smells horrible.{Puzzled} It does?B1a
10{Thinking} Hm. I've spent so long researching these specimens, I guess I don't even notice it anymore.BoSNeriah: I'm on the cusp of discovering how these creatures bodies have adapted to the radiation that's infiltrated their habitats.B1b
1100180B6DPlayer Default: Don't worry, I won't even go near them.{Worried} Good. Tampering with the specimens could taint the results and set my research back by months.BoSNeriah: I'm on the cusp of discovering how these creatures bodies have adapted to the radiation that's infiltrated their habitats.X1a
1200180B6CPlayer Default: Are all these creatures yours?{Irritated} Well, they're an important part of my research if that's what you mean.BoSNeriah: I'm on the cusp of discovering how these creatures bodies have adapted to the radiation that's infiltrated their habitats.Y1a
1300180B67Player Default: That's amazing!{Grateful} Well, it's only a theory so far.BoSNeriah: You see, the ionizing radiation left behind by the Great War kills because it damages most living things on a cellular level.A1a
1400180B66Player Default: That's impossible.{Irritated} Not at all... you just need to have an open mind.BoSNeriah: You see, the ionizing radiation left behind by the Great War kills because it damages most living things on a cellular level.B1a
1500180B65Player Default: Sounds complicated.{Amused} Actually, it's rather simple.BoSNeriah: You see, the ionizing radiation left behind by the Great War kills because it damages most living things on a cellular level.X1a
1600180B64Player Default: What do mean "crack the code?"{Confident} The genetic code... the DNA sequences that are in every living thing.BoSNeriah: You see, the ionizing radiation left behind by the Great War kills because it damages most living things on a cellular level.Y1a
1700180B5FPlayer Default: Well thank you. Most people don't appreciate the important work that I'm trying to do here.{Confident} I'm on the cusp of discovering how these creatures bodies have adapted to the radiation that's infiltrated their habitats.A1a
18{Confident} If I can crack the code, I can equip our troops with a protective compound far superior to Rad-X.Player Default: That's amazing!A1b
1900180B5EPlayer Default: Well, it's only a theory so far.{Confident} You see, the ionizing radiation left behind by the Great War kills because it damages most living things on a cellular level.A1a
20{Confident} However, after several generations, these creatures bodies have adapted by altering their genetic makeup to prevent cellular disruption.A1b
21{Confident} I believe I've discovered how I can replicate that genetic restructuring rapidly.A1c
22{Concerned} Instead of decades, I can do it in moments... for a short period of time anyway.Player Default: I'm sold. If you're looking for someone to help, you can sign me up.A1d
2300180B59Player Default: I'm sold. If you're looking for someone to help, you can sign me up.{Irritated} I appreciate the offer, but unfortunately, I've hit a stumbling block.BoSNeriah: The specimens I've already captured can only produce so much blood and genetic material. If I try and harvest too much, they'll die.A1a
2400180B58Player Default: Altering someone's genetic code sounds dangerous.{Confident} Absolutely. That's why I'm taking precautions and not altering the genetic code permanently.BoSNeriah: I wish I could show you a sample of the compound, but unfortunately I've hit a stumbling block preventing me from synthesizing a sample.B1a
2500180B57Player Default: This sounds unethical. You're changing the building blocks of life.{Confident} I agree that I might be skirting the line between what's ethical and what isn't, but in order to protect our troops, I'm willing to take that risk.BoSNeriah: I wish I could show you a sample of the compound, but unfortunately I've hit a stumbling block preventing me from synthesizing a sample.X1a
2600180B56Player Default: Why alter it for a short period of time? Why not do it permanently?{Irritated} Attempting to alter the genetic code permanently... that's too close to what happened with FEV and spawned the Super Mutant.Y1a
27{Irritated} I'm not willing to take a chance like that.BoSNeriah: I wish I could show you a sample of the compound, but unfortunately I've hit a stumbling block preventing me from synthesizing a sample.Y1b
2800180B55Player Default: Absolutely. That's why I'm taking precautions and not altering the genetic code permanently.{Irritated} I wish I could show you a sample of the compound, but unfortunately I've hit a stumbling block preventing me from synthesizing a sample.BoSNeriah: The specimens I've already captured can only produce so much blood and genetic material. If I try and harvest too much, they'll die.A1a
2900180B54BoSNeriah: I wish I could show you a sample of the compound, but unfortunately I've hit a stumbling block preventing me from synthesizing a sample.{Concerned} The specimens I've already captured can only produce so much blood and genetic material. If I try and harvest too much, they'll die.A1a
30{Confident} What I need are more samples of blood from the creatures roaming the Commonwealth.Player Default: No problem, I'd be glad to help.A1b
3100180B53Player Default: No problem, I'd be glad to help.{Friendly} I appreciate your confidence in my abilities, brother.BoSNeriah: I've modified your Pip-Boy to scan the corpse of any freshly-killed creature that has the proper type of blood in its body.A1a
32Player Default: No problem, I'd be glad to help.{Friendly} I appreciate your confidence in my abilities, sister.BoSNeriah: I've modified your Pip-Boy to scan the corpse of any freshly-killed creature that has the proper type of blood in its body.A2a
3300180B52Player Default: I'll get you whatever you need if I'm getting paid.{Confident} That shouldn't be a problem. I'm authorized to pay you for any research materials you recover.BoSNeriah: I've modified your Pip-Boy to scan the corpse of any freshly-killed creature that has the proper type of blood in its body.B1a
3400180B51Player Default: Didn't plan on getting killed for science anytime soon.{Confident} You don't have to do anything out of the ordinary.BoSNeriah: I've modified your Pip-Boy to scan the corpse of any freshly-killed creature that has the proper type of blood in its body.X1a
3500180B50Player Default: Will I get some of that new compound you're developing?{Confident} If I make a breakthrough, you'll be the first person I give it to... after I've tested it on myself of course.BoSNeriah: I've modified your Pip-Boy to scan the corpse of any freshly-killed creature that has the proper type of blood in its body.Y1a
3600180B4BPlayer Default: I appreciate your confidence in my abilities, brother.{Confident} I've modified your Pip-Boy to scan the corpse of any freshly-killed creature that has the proper type of blood in its body.A1a
37{Confident} All you have to do is pick up any viable sample and bring it back to me.A1b
38{Friendly} Hey, I really appreciate you doing this for me. It's nice to know I'm not the only person in the Brotherhood with an open mind.A1c
3900180B4A{Puzzled} Didn't you want to hear about my experiment?A1a
40BoSPrydwen_02_NeriahNormal00180B45Player Default: Yes, here you go.{Irritated} Is this some sort of a joke?A1a
41{Irritated} I don't know what that is, but it certainly isn't a viable blood sample.A1b
42{Question} Do you have any, or not?Player Default: Yes, here you go.A1c
43Player Default: Yes, here you go.{Friendly} Excellent... this will help quite a bit.BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.A2a
44Player Default: Yes, here you go.{Friendly} Thank goodness, I was running low and didn't want to draw any more samples from my specimens.BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.A3a
45Player Default: Yes, here you go.{Friendly} Oh, this is perfect. Let me get these somewhere cold before they spoil.BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.A4a
46Player Default: Yes, here you go.{Friendly} I never thought I'd be so happy to see tiny vials of blood. Thank you.BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.A5a
47Player Default: Yes, here you go.{Friendly} You're becoming quite the Field Scribe. Maybe you missed your calling.BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.A6a
4800180B44Player Default: No, sorry.{Confident} Drat. Well, maybe next time.BoSNeriah: I really appreciate you searching for the blood samples.B1a
49Player Default: No, sorry.{Confident} Keep trying. There's plenty out there.BoSNeriah: I really appreciate you searching for the blood samples.B2a
50Player Default: No, sorry.{Confident} I understand. Thanks for checking back with me.BoSNeriah: I really appreciate you searching for the blood samples.B3a
5100180B43Player Default: That depends. Are you still paying for them?{Confident} Absolutely. I recieved the approval from Proctor Quinlan himself.X1a
52{Question} Did you have any samples for me?Player Default: Yes, here you go.X1b
53Player Default: That depends. Are you still paying for them?{Confident} Not yet. I still need a few more blood samples before I can create another batch.BoSNeriah: I really appreciate you searching for the blood samples.X2a
54Player Default: That depends. Are you still paying for them?{Happy} You're in luck. I just finished synthesizing some earlier today.X3a
55{Confident} Remember, keep bringing me blood samples, and I'll keep making the compound.BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.X3b
5600180B42Player Default: Will every creature yield viable blood samples?{Confident} Unfortunately, no.Y1a
57{Confident} Nature's stubborn, and unless I get the proper specimen, I can't use it to make my compound.Y1b
58{Confident} That's why I needed to modify your Pip-Boy. It'll let you know if the creature has viable blood in its body.Y1c
59{Question} Have you had any luck finding samples yet?Player Default: Yes, here you go.Y1d
6000180B41Player Default: Excellent... this will help quite a bit.{Grateful} Here's some caps for the trouble.BoSNeriah: I really appreciate you searching for the blood samples.A1a
6100180B40BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.{Grateful} I really appreciate you searching for the blood samples.A1a
62{Confident} As soon as I make a breakthrough, I'll let you know.A1b
63BoSNeriah: Here's some caps for the trouble.{Confident} Remember, keep bringing me samples, and I'll keep making you the compound.A2a
64000A7CC3{Question} Have you collected any blood samples, Knight?Player Default: Yes, here you go.A
65{Question} Have you collected any blood samples, Paladin?Player Default: Yes, here you go.A
66{Question} Have you collected any blood samples, Sentinel?Player Default: Yes, here you go.A
67BoSPrydwen_03_NeriahRad00180B3FPlayer Default: Congratulations, Neriah!{Grateful} Well, it would have been impossible without your help.BoSNeriah: I've decided to call it the X111 Compound... I thought it was fitting.A1a
6800180B3EPlayer Default: Well, it's about time.{Friendly} There were several setbacks along the way, but I finally did it.BoSNeriah: I've decided to call it the X111 Compound... I thought it was fitting.B1a
6900180B3DPlayer Default: And here I thought you were holding out on me.{Grateful} Now why would I do something like that? After all, this was only possible because of you.BoSNeriah: I've decided to call it the X111 Compound... I thought it was fitting.X1a
7000180B3CPlayer Default: So it works?{Confident} I tested it myself. It's much more potent than Rad-X... and doesn't appear to have any ill side effects.BoSNeriah: I've decided to call it the X111 Compound... I thought it was fitting.Y1a
7100180B37Player Default: Well, it would have been impossible without your help.{Friendly} I've decided to call it the X111 Compound... I thought it was fitting.A1a
72{Confident} Here, I already made you some samples to take with you.BoSNeriah: If you want me to continue synthesizing the compound, I'm going to need more blood samples... just keep bringing them to me and I'll do the rest.A1b
7300180B36BoSNeriah: Here, I already made you some samples to take with you.{Confident} If you want me to continue synthesizing the compound, I'm going to need more blood samples... just keep bringing them to me and I'll do the rest.A1a
74000A7CC3{excited / Happy} I've done it, Knight! I've created the compound!Player Default: Congratulations, Neriah!A
75{Happy} I've done it, Paladin! I've created the compound!Player Default: Congratulations, Neriah!A
76{Happy} I've done it, Sentinel! I've created the compound!Player Default: Congratulations, Neriah!A
77BoSPrydwen_04_NeriahPost000A7CC3{very excited / Grateful} Do you realize that by destroying the Institute you've provided me with a host of new opportunities? I can't wait to get to work!Player Default: I'm glad you're so enthusiastic... I'm just not sure why.A
7800174150Player Default: I'm glad you're so enthusiastic... I'm just not sure why.{excited surprise / Surprised} Are you kidding me?BoSNeriah: The detonation of the Institute's reactor undoubtedly had a significant impact on the Commonwealth's ecosystem.A1a
790017414FPlayer Default: You're strangely upbeat about the death of hundreds of people.{Amused} No, no, no... I don't think you understand.BoSNeriah: The detonation of the Institute's reactor undoubtedly had a significant impact on the Commonwealth's ecosystem.B1a
800017414EPlayer Default: All right, I admit it... I'm confused.{Surprised} Really? Well, allow me to explain.BoSNeriah: The detonation of the Institute's reactor undoubtedly had a significant impact on the Commonwealth's ecosystem.X1a
810017414DPlayer Default: What do you mean?{Friendly} Well, it's quite simple really.BoSNeriah: The detonation of the Institute's reactor undoubtedly had a significant impact on the Commonwealth's ecosystem.Y1a
8200174147Player Default: Are you kidding me?{Impressed} The detonation of the Institute's reactor undoubtedly had a significant impact on the Commonwealth's ecosystem.A1a
83{Impressed} There hasn't been an atomic explosion of this magnitude in quite a long time... certainly none that I've been close enough to study.A1b
84{Impressed} The prospect of watching what this immense concentration of radiation does to the local flora and fauna is nothing short of exciting.A1c
85{Grateful} You've done a great service in the name of science!BoSNeriah: In any event, I'm certain you need to get back to your duties and I need to get back to my data.A1d
8600174145BoSNeriah: You've done a great service in the name of science!{Friendly} In any event, I'm certain you need to get back to your duties and I need to get back to my data.A1a
87{Happy} Thanks again for providing me with such a wonderful opportunity.BoSNeriah: Be careful out there, sir.A1b
8800174144BoSNeriah: Thanks again for providing me with such a wonderful opportunity.{Friendly} Be careful out there, sir.A1a
89BoSNeriah: Thanks again for providing me with such a wonderful opportunity.{Friendly} Be careful out there, ma'am.A2a
90-001858CBWell, this is... boring.
91You going to say anything?
92Are you there? Hello?
93I wish you'd say something.
940008B294I don't know what you're doing here, but this area's off limits.
95Come back and see me after you've been debriefed by Lancer-Captain Kells.
96Shouldn't you be out there looking for those blood samples? I could really use them.
97If my theory's correct, we'll be able to provide our troops with a better solution for resisting the Commonwealth's irradiated areas.
98Remember, I'm looking for viable samples only. Your Pip-Boy will reject the tainted ones automatically.
99Thanks to you, we're able to provide much better protection from radiation poisoning for our troops.
100If you want me to keep making more X111 Compound, you're going to have to bring me more blood samples.
101I could still use more of those viable blood samples if you want me to synthesize some X111 Compound.
102{Irritated} Sigh. I wish they'd move my lab to an area with natural light. My plants are starving.
103{Disgust} It isn't so terrible working around these animals... once you get passed the smell.
104{Amused} I heard some of the soldiers call me the "zoo lady." Kind of flattering if you ask me.
105{Irritated} Could you walk a little quieter? You're disturbing my specimens.

CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseEdit

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108CIS_ChatWithNPC_DanseScene0018A7D3Companion: Reporting in, Elder.{Irritated} We had a radscorpion escape earlier, but I was able to get a few soldiers to help with the recovery. Luckily, only one ended up in med bay.Companion: Get out of my sight, filthy ghoul!A9a

DialogueGenericUniqueVoiceTypesEdit

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109-00195432{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Grrargh!
110{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Aggghh!
111{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Nyyarrggh!
112{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Rrarggh!
113{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Yearrgh!
114{Quick noise of physical exertion while swinging a weapon. Short and sweet.} Hyargh!
11500195431{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Hunh!
116{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Gah!
117{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Yah!
118{Quick and violent shove, a sharp, short exertion!} Rargh!
11900195430{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} *heavy breathing* *cough cough*
120{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Oof! *heavy breathing*
121{Heavy breathing and coughing, clutching a mortal wound and struggling to stay alive} Agh! *cough* *wheeze*
1220019542F{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Gah!
123{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nargh!
124{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Unf!
125{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Grrh!
126{A quick grunt or exertion, blocking a heavy blow from your opponent} Nnh!
1270019542E{death / InPain} For... E-elder M-maxson...
128{death / InPain} Honor and g-glory...
129{death / InPain} For the B-brotherhood...
130{InPain} Agh.
1310019542C{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Argh!
132{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Weergh!
133{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Yeagh!
134{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Nargh!
135{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Oof!
136{Struck by a weapon or bullet, a short, violent grunt of pain.} Agh!
1370019542A{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
138{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Yyyaaaarrgghh!
139{Powerfully swinging a weapon, up over your head and bringing it down hard on your opponent. Quick and violent, not drawn out.} Rrrraaaaarrggghhhh!
14000195429For the Brotherhood!
141For victory!
142No mercy!
143Ad victoriam!
144For Elder Maxson!

RR303Edit

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145-000432BASigh. I wish they'd move my lab to a room with natural light. My plants are starving.
146No one has time to discuss what's important.
147What is everyone so on edge about?