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This is a transcript for dialogue with Codsworth (COM).

COMPickUpSceneEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
422COMCaitPickUpScene000F2527Player Default: About time I got out of this place. Let's go.Ah, Miss Cait! So good of you to agree to take my place. May fortune favor the brave, my dear.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A1a
2046COMCurie_PickUpScene001869A6Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly and happy. / Friendly} Ah, Miss Curie. Never was there a more suitable replacement.Curie: So gracious of you, Monsieur Codsworth. Until we meet again.A1a
2047Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly and a little concerned at handing over the protection of the player to Curie in her new synth form. / Friendly} Miss Curie, do take the utmost care of my master. I trust you're fully capable of handling your new body?Curie: So gracious of you, Monsieur Codsworth. Until we meet again.A2a
2048Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly and a little concerned at handing over the protection of the player to Curie in her new synth form. / Friendly} Miss Curie, do take the utmost care of my mistress. I trust you're fully capable of handling your new body?Curie: So gracious of you, Monsieur Codsworth. Until we meet again.A3a
2049COMDansePickUpScene001100B2Player Default: Roger that.All my hopes go with you for a successful mission, Paladin Danse.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A1a
2050COMDeacon_PickUpScene001869A4Player Default: I'm all ready to go.{Friendly and wary. Slight concern. / Friendly} And so it goes. Do be mindful out there, Mister Deacon.Deacon: Always am, Codsworth. That's one thing you can count on.A1a
2836DogmeatPickupScene00216867Player Default: (playful bark){Amused, not upset. / Amused} Replaced by man's best friend. I suppose I can't be too dismayed.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A2a
2051COMHancockPickUpScene0012EDC6Player Default: Done.{Friendly} It's an honor, sir, to know that the beloved mayor of Goodneighbor is taking my place.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A1a
2052COMMacCreadyPickUpScene0011CD23Player Default: About time. I was getting bored.Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A1a
2053COMNickPickupScene0015FC32Player Default: Well alright.{Friendly} Mister Valentine, I couldn't have picked a more worthy replacement.Dogmeat: (pained whimper)A1a
2054COMPiperPickupScene00162C4BPlayer Default: Will do.{Concerned - Wants to make sure Piper looks out for the player. / Concerned} Miss Wright. I trust you'll do your best to put the safety of my master before your own personal gain?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A1a
2055Player Default: Will do.{Concerned - Wants to make sure Piper looks out for the player. / Concerned} Miss Wright. I trust you'll do your best to put the safety of my mistress before your own personal gain?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A2a
2056COMPrestonFollowStartScene001E05DBPreston: Take care, Codsworth.I'll head for home, then. Good luck.A1a
2057000F9CFEMr. Garvey, I'm sure you will take good care of my master. Good day to you both.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A1a
2058Mr. Garvey, I'm sure you will take good care of my mistress. Good day to you both.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A2a
2126COMStrongPickUpScene00121490Player Default: Strong learn secret of humans.Well, he's a brutish one.A1a
2127Shall I lube the old joints while you're away?Strong: Robot stop squawking. Strong smash.A1b
2128COMX688_PickupScene00126FFEPlayer Default: Right behind you, sir.{Friendly and relieved. / Friendly} Godspeed, X6-88. I know I can rest easy with someone of your skill at my master's side.X688: He couldn't be in better hands.A1a
2129Player Default: Right behind you, sir.{Friendly and relieved. / Friendly} Godspeed, X6-88. I know I can rest easy with someone of your skill at my mistress' side.X688: He couldn't be in better hands.A2a

COMCodsworthEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
423COMCodsworth_01_AdmirationToConfidant000FC0E1{Question} Sir, a moment perhaps?Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?A
424{Question} Mum, a moment perhaps?Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?A
425{Question} Sir, perhaps now is a good time?Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?A
426{Question} Mum, perhaps now is a good time?Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?A
42700056A22Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?{Neutral} Oh just a little something I'd like to get off the old proverbial chest.Codsworth: I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.A1a
42800056A21Player Default: Not right now, Codsworth.{Neutral} I understand, sir, but really, this will just take a moment.Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?B1a
429Player Default: Not right now, Codsworth.{Neutral} I understand, mum, but really, this will just take a moment.Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's up?B2a
430Player Default: Not right now, Codsworth.{Neutral} Of course, sir, of course.Codsworth: I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.B3a
431Player Default: Not right now, Codsworth.{Neutral} Of course, mum, of course.Codsworth: I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.B4a
43200056A20Player Default: Go ahead. I'm listening.{Grateful} Oh thank you, sir. You are, as always, most considerate.Codsworth: I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.X1a
433Player Default: Go ahead. I'm listening.{Grateful} Oh thank you, mum. You are, as always, most considerate.Codsworth: I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.X2a
43400056A1APlayer Default: Oh just a little something I'd like to get off the old proverbial chest.{First sentence is grateful. Second falls into distress. / Grateful} I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.Codsworth: The initial destruction, not knowing if you and your family were all right. It was a relief just to find the entrance intact!A1a
43500056A19Codsworth: I just want to say what an honor it is for me to accompany you. You've no idea the horror these past two centuries have wrought.{He's expressing the worry he initially felt after the bomb dropped. / Worried} The initial destruction, not knowing if you and your family were all right. It was a relief just to find the entrance intact!Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. It was so sudden. Not even time for goodbyes.A1a
43600056A18Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. It was so sudden. Not even time for goodbyes.{Neutral} Not a single worry, sir, as I shared your priorities completely. Family safety first above all else!A1a
437{Neutral} And yes, while it was hard at first, I was able to eventually move on.Codsworth: At first it was the work, busying myself day and night, and believe me, there was plenty of it!A1b
438Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. It was so sudden. Not even time for goodbyes.{Neutral} Not a single worry, mum, as I shared your priorities completely. Family safety first above all else!A2a
439{Neutral} And yes, while it was hard at first, I was able to eventually move on.Codsworth: At first it was the work, busying myself day and night, and believe me, there was plenty of it!A2b
44000056A10Player Default: And yes, while it was hard at first, I was able to eventually move on.{Somber} At first it was the work, busying myself day and night, and believe me, there was plenty of it!A1a
441{Neutral} But eventually, the work became light chores.Codsworth: What truly saved me was my memories, sir. Memories of you and the missus, young Shaun. Of your love and kindness.A1b
44200056A0FCodsworth: But eventually, the work became light chores.{Impressed} What truly saved me was my memories, sir. Memories of you and the missus, young Shaun. Of your love and kindness.A1a
443{Happy} I soldiered on, fueled by hope that one day, if not you and the wife, that Shaun, or perhaps Shaun's children would one day emerge.Player Default: I'm glad you stuck around.A1b
444Codsworth: But eventually, the work became light chores.{Impressed} What truly saved me was my memories, mum. Memories of you and the hubby, young Shaun. Of your love and kindness.A2a
445{Happy} I soldiered on, fueled by hope that one day, if not you and the husband, that Shaun, or perhaps Shaun's children would one day emerge.Player Default: I'm glad you stuck around.A2b
44600056A0EPlayer Default: I'm glad you stuck around.{Happy} Sir, you don't know how good it is to hear you say that!Codsworth: I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.A1a
447Player Default: I'm glad you stuck around.{Happy} Mum, you don't know how good it is to hear you say that!Codsworth: I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.A2a
44800056A0DPlayer Default: Well, I hope you're not disappointed.{Happy} Never! Just knowing you're alive and young Shaun is out there has renewed my energy.Codsworth: I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.B1a
44900056A0CPlayer Default: Sorry it took so long. I only wish we could have all gotten out... as a family.{Neutral} As do I, sir, as do I. It is unfortunate.Codsworth: I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.X1a
450Player Default: Sorry it took so long. I only wish we could have all gotten out... as a family.{Neutral} As do I, mum, as do I. It is unfortunate.Codsworth: I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.X2a
45100056A0BPlayer Default: You don't regret it? All the waiting?{Happy} Never! If you ask me, it was worth it. All 200 years!Codsworth: I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.Y1a
45200056A06Player Default: Sir, you don't know how good it is to hear you say that!{He's being sincere, putting himself out there, so a tad nervous / Neutral} I just wanted you to know how much I consider you family. I may be a mere robot to some, but I do hope you've come to see me as more.Player Default: I consider you to be family, too, Codsworth. We're in this world for the long haul... together.A1a
45300056A05Player Default: I consider you to be family, too, Codsworth. We're in this world for the long haul... together.{Happy} You don't know how wonderful it is for me to hear that! I feel completely recharged.Codsworth: Well, enough blither blather from me. Let's get back to it, shall we?A1a
45400056A04Player Default: You're getting soft on me, Codsworth. I need you to stay focused.{Neutral} I know, sir, I know, but I really felt I must tell you how I feel. I may be made of metal, but these emotions...B1a
455{Neutral} Sometimes I wish being a robot could be that simple! I simply don't know how mankind copes!Codsworth: Well, enough blither blather from me. Let's get back to it, shall we?B1b
456Player Default: You're getting soft on me, Codsworth. I need you to stay focused.{Neutral} I know, mum, I know, but I really felt I must tell you how I feel. I may be made of metal, but these emotions...B2a
457{Neutral} Sometimes I wish being a robot could be that simple! I simply don't know how mankind copes!Codsworth: Well, enough blither blather from me. Let's get back to it, shall we?B2b
458000569F4Player Default: You don't know how wonderful it is for me to hear that! I feel completely recharged.{Happy} Well, enough blither blather from me. Let's get back to it, shall we?A1a
459COMCodsworth_02_ConfidantToInfatuation000FC0E1{Question} Sir, if I might bend your ear for a moment?Player Default: Of course, go right ahead.A
460{Question} Mum, if I might bend your ear for a moment?Player Default: Of course, go right ahead.A
461{Question} Sir, perhaps now would be a good time to speak?Player Default: Of course, go right ahead.A
462{Question} Mum, perhaps now would be a good time to speak?Player Default: Of course, go right ahead.A
4630005142EPlayer Default: So gracious, sir! I do appreciate it.{Impressed} I've always had such admiration for you and your family, ever since the day my visual sensors were first switched on.A1a
464{Impressed} You and the missus. So good with young Shaun, and so trusting of me to look after such a newborn bundle of joy.A1b
465{Happy} It just warms my nuclear core.Codsworth: So you can imagine the distress I felt when the bombs fell, after you fled to the Vault.A1c
466Player Default: So gracious, sir! I do appreciate it.{Impressed} I've always had such admiration for you and your family, ever since the day my visual sensors were first switched on.A2a
467{Impressed} You and sir. So good with young Shaun, and so trusting of me to look after such a newborn bundle of joy.A2b
468{Happy} It just warms my nuclear core.Codsworth: So you can imagine the distress I felt when the bombs fell, after you fled to the Vault.A2c
4690005141EPlayer Default: You're getting pretty mushy... for a robot.{Happy} Mushy perhaps, but completely forthright!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.B1a
4700005141DPlayer Default: I'm just doing what it takes to survive out here.{Happy} Oh, it's so much more than that, sir. So much more!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.X1a
471Player Default: I'm just doing what it takes to survive out here.{Happy} Oh, it's so much more than that, mum. So much more!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.X2a
4720005141CPlayer Default: You think I'm a hero? I'm far from it.{Impressed} Don't sell yourself short, sir!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.Y1a
473Player Default: You think I'm a hero? I'm far from it.{Impressed} Don't sell yourself short, mum!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.Y2a
474000513DFPlayer Default: Thank you, Codsworth. That means a lot.{Happy} No thanks necessary, sir. I wouldn't hear of it!A1a
475{Happy} I truly believe, if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you're the one to do it.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.A1b
476Player Default: Thank you, Codsworth. That means a lot.{Happy} No thanks necessary, mum. I wouldn't hear of it!A2a
477{Happy} I truly believe, if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you're the one to do it.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.A2b
478000513D4Player Default: Enough, Codsworth.{Friendly} All right, all right. I have said my piece and meant every word! Take it as you will.B1a
479{Happy} But I do still believe, if anyone can help the Commonwealth regain its former glory, it's you.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.B1b
480000513ABPlayer Default: I... didn't realize you felt that way, Codsworth. I don't know what to say.{Happy} You don't have to say anything, sir. I just... felt you should know what you've come to mean to me.X1a
481{Happy} I truly believe, if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you're the one to do it.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.X1b
482Player Default: I... didn't realize you felt that way, Codsworth. I don't know what to say.{Happy} You don't have to say anything, mum. I just... felt you should know what you've come to mean to me.X2a
483{Happy} I truly believe, if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you're the one to do it.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.X2b
4840005137BPlayer Default: Are you sure that two hundred years didn't rust something important up there?{Amused} Quite certain, sir! The diagnostics don't lie! What with all my self maintenance, rust will never touch me.Y1a
485{Happy} That aside, I do truly believe that if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you are the one to make it happen.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.Y1b
486Player Default: Are you sure that two hundred years didn't rust something important up there?{Amused} Quite certain, mum! The diagnostics don't lie! What with all my self maintenance, rust will never touch me.Y2a
487{Happy} That aside, I do truly believe that if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you are the one to make it happen.Codsworth: Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.Y2b
4880005136DPlayer Default: I truly believe, if the Commonwealth is to turn itself around, you're the one to do it.{Happy} Now, not another word! I stand firm in my belief.A1a
489{Happy} Let's get back to it.A1b
49000051462Player Default: Of course, go right ahead.{Happy and thankful / Happy} So gracious, sir! I do appreciate it.Codsworth: I've always had such admiration for you and your family, ever since the day my visual sensors were first switched on.A1a
491Player Default: Of course, go right ahead.{Happy and thankful. / Happy} So gracious, mum! I do appreciate it.Codsworth: I've always had such admiration for you and your family, ever since the day my visual sensors were first switched on.A2a
49200051461Player Default: Not right now, Codsworth. Another time.{Happy} Of course. I do know how busy you are. Another time then?Codsworth: I've always had such admiration for you and your family, ever since the day my visual sensors were first switched on.B1a
49300051429Codsworth: It just warms my nuclear core.{Concerned} So you can imagine the distress I felt when the bombs fell, after you fled to the Vault.A1a
494{Concerned} I searched, but found no evidence of your death. I could only hope you all made it in time!Codsworth: And when you returned, I was overjoyed! I admit I ran a full diagnostics scan just to make sure I wasn't malfunctioning.A1b
49500051424Codsworth: I searched, but found no evidence of your death. I could only hope you all made it in time!{Happy} And when you returned, I was overjoyed! I admit I ran a full diagnostics scan just to make sure I wasn't malfunctioning.A1a
496{Concerned} But the news. The news of the missus and Shaun.A1b
497{Impressed} Believe me when I say, it takes a true hero to live through that.Player Default: I'm no hero, Codsworth. Believe me.A1c
498Codsworth: I searched, but found no evidence of your death. I could only hope you all made it in time!{Happy} And when you returned, I was overjoyed! I admit I ran a full diagnostics scan just to make sure I wasn't malfunctioning.A2a
499{Concerned} But the news. The news of sir and young Shaun.A2b
500{Impressed} Believe me when I say, it takes a true hero to live through that.Player Default: I'm no hero, Codsworth. Believe me.A2c
50100051423Player Default: I'm no hero, Codsworth. Believe me.{Happy} Don't sell yourself short, sir!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.A1a
502Player Default: I'm no hero, Codsworth. Believe me.{Happy} Don't sell yourself short, mum!Codsworth: In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.A2a
50300051406Player Default: Don't sell yourself short, sir!{Impressed} In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.A1a
504{Neutral} In my two hundreds years, I've seen it tear good men and women apart.A1b
505{Happy} But you sir, you have remained the very model of what humanity should aspire to be.Player Default: Thank you, Codsworth. That means a lot.A1c
506Player Default: Don't sell yourself short, sir!{Impressed} In such a bleak world as this, think of all you've witnessed, and all you've done.A2a
507{Neutral} In my two hundreds years, I've seen it tear good men and women apart.A2b
508{Happy} But you mum, you have remained the very model of what humanity should aspire to be.Player Default: Thank you, Codsworth. That means a lot.A2c
509COMCodsworth_03_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral000FC0E1{Concerned} If I may, I'd like to voice a concern.Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Go ahead.A
510{Concerned} Sir, please, I do believe this is of some importance.Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Go ahead.A
511{Concerned} Mum, please, I do believe this is of some importance.Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Go ahead.A
512000575B4Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Go ahead.{Concerned} I wanted to voice a concern.Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.A1a
513000575B3Player Default: This isn't the time.{Disappointed / Sad} I feared as much. Let's move on.Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Go ahead.B1a
514000575B0Player Default: Let's hear it.{Nervous} Ah, how to say this.Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.X1a
515000575AFPlayer Default: Something wrong, Codsworth?{Concerned} In a nutshell, yes, but I will elaborate.Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.Y1a
516000575A4Player Default: It is rather important, sir. I do hope you'll reconsider.{Concerned} I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.Codsworth: It's as if you're becoming indifferent. I know too well just how bleak this world's lot is, but you mustn't let it change you, sir, not for worse.A1a
517Player Default: It is rather important, sir. I do hope you'll reconsider.{Concerned} I've noticed a change in you, mum. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.Codsworth: It's as if you're becoming indifferent. I know too well just how bleak this world's lot is, but you mustn't let it change you, sir, not for worse.A2a
518000575A2Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.{Concerned} It's as if you're becoming indifferent. I know too well just how bleak this world's lot is, but you mustn't let it change you, sir, not for worse.A1a
519{Confident} In fact, this world needs more men like you.A1b
520{Confident} What with your military background, you may be one of the few to make a positive difference here in the Commonwealth!Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I didn't realize.A1c
521Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.{Concerned} It's as if you're becoming indifferent. I know too well just how bleak this world's lot is, but you mustn't let it change you, mum, not for worse.A2a
522{Confident} In fact, this world needs more people like you.A2b
523{Confident} What with your law background, you may be one of the few to make a positive difference here in the Commonwealth!Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I didn't realize.A2c
5240005758BPlayer Default: You know, I didn't even realize, but now that you mention it, I do. Forgive me?{Relieved} But of course, sir! You don't even have to ask. It's just a relief to know your behavior was not your intent.Codsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.Y1a
525Player Default: You know, I didn't even realize, but now that you mention it, I do. Forgive me?{Relieved} But of course, mum! You don't even have to ask. It's just a relief to know your behavior was not your intent.Codsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.Y2a
5260005751FPlayer Default: This isn't the time.{Disappointed / Sad} It is rather important, sir. I do hope you'll reconsider.Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.B1a
527Player Default: This isn't the time.{Disappointed / Sad} It is rather important, mum. I do hope you'll reconsider.Codsworth: I've noticed a change in you, sir. A worrisome change. At first, I thought it a mood or a phase, but I've noticed it's become more than that.B2a
5280005751EPlayer Default: Let's hear it.{Nervous} Here we go again.Codsworth: We've spoken about this before, but that change I saw in you awhile back... I'm seeing it again.X1a
5290005751DPlayer Default: What is it?{Concerned} Right.Codsworth: We've spoken about this before, but that change I saw in you awhile back... I'm seeing it again.Y1a
5300005751CCodsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.{Concerned} We've spoken about this before, but that change I saw in you awhile back... I'm seeing it again.A1a
531{Worried} For a while there, you were that person I so admired again. Please don't tell me you're going down this road again... where I cannot follow.Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I'll bring it back in line.A1b
532000574FDPlayer Default: I wasn't aware, Codsworth. Thanks for pointing it out. Things will be different now.{Happy} So good to hear you say that, sir.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!X1a
533Player Default: I wasn't aware, Codsworth. Thanks for pointing it out. Things will be different now.{Happy} So good to hear you say that, mum.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!X2a
534000574FCPlayer Default: Wait, you'd actually leave me?{Defiant} If it came down to it, I'd have little choice. I do have my own moral compass, and, like it or not, there are some actions I simply cannot condone.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!Y1a
535000574FBPlayer Default: Apology accepted, sir, and with quite a relief I must say. It'll be good to have the old you back.{Neutral} I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!A1a
536{Sad} But if things don't change, I fear I will have to go my separate way.A1b
53700057598Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I didn't realize.{Happy} No apologies necessary, sir! At least not to me.Codsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.A1a
538Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I didn't realize.{Happy} No apologies necessary, mum! At least not to me.Codsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.A2a
53900057597Player Default: I'm just doing what it takes these days, Codsworth.{Worried} If you say so, sir.Codsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.B1a
540Player Default: I'm just doing what it takes these days, Codsworth.{Worried} If you say so, mum.Codsworth: I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.B2a
54100057578Player Default: No apologies necessary, sir! At least not to me.{Concerned} I'd just hate to think how things may be if you worsened. The very idea of having to leave your side is all too upsetting.Codsworth: We've spoken about this before, but that change I saw in you awhile back... I'm seeing it again.A1a
54200057520Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Go ahead.{Neutral} Ah, good.Codsworth: We've spoken about this before, but that change I saw in you awhile back... I'm seeing it again.A1a
54300057517Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I'll bring it back in line.{Happy} Apology accepted, sir, and with quite a relief I must say. It'll be good to have the old you back.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!A1a
544Player Default: I'm sorry, Codsworth. I'll bring it back in line.{Happy} Apology accepted, mum, and with quite a relief I must say. It'll be good to have the old you back.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!A2a
54500057516Player Default: Don't question me, Codsworth. I gotta do what I gotta do.{Worried} If you say so, sir.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!B1a
546Player Default: Don't question me, Codsworth. I gotta do what I gotta do.{Worried} If you say so, mum.Codsworth: I just thought a little reminder was in order. I'm still here. Still proud to serve!B2a
547COMCodsworth_04_NeutralToDisdain000FC0E1{Concerned} Sir, I simply must speak with you.Player Default: All right, Codsworth, let's talk.A
548{Concerned} Mum, I simply must speak with you.Player Default: All right, Codsworth, let's talk.A
549{Concerned} Sir, that chat you've been putting off. It really can't wait.Player Default: All right, Codsworth, let's talk.A
550{Concerned} Mum, that chat you've been putting off. It really can't wait.Player Default: All right, Codsworth, let's talk.A
5510005768DPlayer Default: And what would you do, Codsworth? Trim a dying bush for the rest of your life?{Defiant} Well not a dying one, of course! There are plenty who would appreciate a few extra hands!Codsworth: Sir, all I ask is that you reconsider your actions. The good people out there are the only hope for the Commonwealth.Y1a
55200057696Player Default: All right, Codsworth, let's talk.{Neutral} Hear me out.Codsworth: While the idea of taking a scolding tone to an adult appalls me, you leave me little choice.A1a
55300057694Player Default: Later, Codsworth. Now's not the time.{Irritated} I'm beginning to think now's never the time with you.Codsworth: While the idea of taking a scolding tone to an adult appalls me, you leave me little choice.B1a
55400057693Player Default: Go ahead. Speak.{Stern} And speak I shall.Codsworth: While the idea of taking a scolding tone to an adult appalls me, you leave me little choice.X1a
55500057692Player Default: All right, Codsworth. What is it?{Stern} It's quite simple, really.Codsworth: While the idea of taking a scolding tone to an adult appalls me, you leave me little choice.Y1a
55600057691Player Default: Hear me out.{Stern} While the idea of taking a scolding tone to an adult appalls me, you leave me little choice.A1a
557{Stern} Sir, I have watched you plummet from a man of compassion to a mere heathen.A1b
558{Disgust} If I didn't know you before the war, I'd say you were no better than the raiders that blight the Commonwealth today.A1c
559{Stern} I don't want to abandon you, but you would certainly be forcing my hand.Player Default: Don't leave, Codsworth. I can change. I can do this.A1d
560Player Default: Hear me out.{Stern} While the idea of taking a scolding tone to an adult appalls me, you leave me little choice.A2a
561{Stern} Mum, I have watched you plummet from a woman of compassion to a mere heathen.A2b
562{Disgust} If I didn't know you before the war, I'd say you were no better than the raiders that blight the Commonwealth today.A2c
563{Stern} I don't want to abandon you, but you would certainly be forcing my hand.Player Default: Don't leave, Codsworth. I can change. I can do this.A2d
56400057690Player Default: Don't leave, Codsworth. I can change. I can do this.{Depressed} Every circuit of my being wants to believe you, sir, but I've heard those words before. I do hope this time you mean it.Codsworth: Sir, all I ask is that you reconsider your actions. The good people out there are the only hope for the Commonwealth.A1a
565Player Default: Don't leave, Codsworth. I can change. I can do this.{Depressed} Every circuit of my being wants to believe you, mum, but I've heard those words before. I do hope this time you mean it.Codsworth: Sir, all I ask is that you reconsider your actions. The good people out there are the only hope for the Commonwealth.A2a
56600057688Player Default: Every circuit of my being wants to believe you, sir, but I've heard those words before. I do hope this time you mean it.{Pleading} Sir, all I ask is that you reconsider your actions. The good people out there are the only hope for the Commonwealth.A1a
567{Sad} And you used to be the best of them.A1b
568Player Default: Every circuit of my being wants to believe you, sir, but I've heard those words before. I do hope this time you mean it.{Pleading} Mum, all I ask is that you reconsider your actions. The good people out there are the only hope for the Commonwealth.A2a
569{Sad} And you used to be the best of them.A2b
570COMCodsworth_05_DisdainToHatred000FC0E1{Nervous and sad. / Sad} Sir, I cannot remain silent on this. I must speak with you.Player Default: What's wrong, Codsworth?A
571{Nervous and sad. / Sad} Mum, I cannot remain silent on this. I must speak with you.Player Default: What's wrong, Codsworth?A
572000785B6Player Default: While it pains me to do so... I'm handing in my resignation!{Very angry - Player killed an innocent person for the 2nd time. Escalate the last three words with extra emphasis on last as UN-FOR-GIVABLE! / Angry} Obviously, your conscience doesn't mind the blood of innocents on your hands, but for me?A1a
573{Very angry - Codsworth is refusing to follow the player any further because they killed an innocent person for the 2nd time. / Angry} You've made your path quite clear, and it's one I absolutely will not follow.Codsworth: Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.A1b
5740005A61CPlayer Default: What's wrong, Codsworth?{Angry} While it pains me to do so... I'm handing in my resignation!Codsworth: Obviously, your conscience doesn't mind the blood of innocents on your hands, but for me? It's inexcusable. Intolerable! UNFORGIVABLE!A1a
5750005A61BPlayer Default: Whatever it is, it can wait.{Angry} No, I'm afraid it can't.Codsworth: Obviously, your conscience doesn't mind the blood of innocents on your hands, but for me? It's inexcusable. Intolerable! UNFORGIVABLE!B1a
5760005A61APlayer Default: All right, let's hear it. What's on your mind?{Angry} To put it bluntly, I simply cannot be a part of this charade any longer.Codsworth: Obviously, your conscience doesn't mind the blood of innocents on your hands, but for me? It's inexcusable. Intolerable! UNFORGIVABLE!X1a
5770005A619Player Default: Is there a problem, Codsworth?{Angry} The fact that you even need to ask is very telling, sir!Codsworth: Obviously, your conscience doesn't mind the blood of innocents on your hands, but for me? It's inexcusable. Intolerable! UNFORGIVABLE!Y1a
578Player Default: Is there a problem, Codsworth?{Angry} The fact that you even need to ask is very telling, mum!Codsworth: Obviously, your conscience doesn't mind the blood of innocents on your hands, but for me? It's inexcusable. Intolerable! UNFORGIVABLE!Y2a
5790005A610Player Default: No, Codsworth. Stay. You're right, and starting now, I'm going to change.{Defiant} And why should I believe you this time? My memory files don't lie, sir, you've said almost those very words before.Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.A1a
580Player Default: No, Codsworth. Stay. You're right, and starting now, I'm going to change.{Defiant} And why should I believe you this time? My memory files don't lie, mum, you've said almost those very words before.Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.A2a
5810005A60FPlayer Default: Leave then. Last thing I need is some robot laying on the guilt every time I make a move.{Defiant} Ah, the first order in a long time that I'm actually proud to follow.Codsworth: Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.B1a
5820005A60EPlayer Default: Don't be hasty, Codsworth. Think this through. I can change.{Defiant} Change? Yes, I quite believe that. For the better? No, that time has long passed.Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.X1a
5830005A60DPlayer Default: Codsworth, what can I do? Tell me how I can fix this.{Defiant} I'm afraid this is even beyond the handiwork of General Atomics, sir! Mend the plate, but the cracks remain.Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.Y1a
584Player Default: Codsworth, what can I do? Tell me how I can fix this.{Defiant} I'm afraid this is even beyond the handiwork of General Atomics, mum! Mend the plate, but the cracks remain.Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.Y2a
5850005A60CPlayer Default: While it pains me to do so... I'm handing in my resignation!{Angry and sad / Angry} I've viewed your actions through a rose colored lens for long enough. It's time I accepted the truth.A1a
586{Angry and sad / Angry} This is no hero's quest to exhume the Commonwealth from the ashes of atomic war.A1b
587{Angry and sad. / Angry} This is a farce, and I will no longer be a part of it.Player Default: No, Codsworth. Stay. You're right, and starting now, I'm going to change.A1c
5880005A60BPlayer Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.{Concerned} Sir, if that's true, then of course I'll stay. Just... do try to turn your life around. Any further slip ups, and it's a true farewell.Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?A1a
589Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.{Concerned} Mum, if that's true, then of course I'll stay. Just... do try to turn your life around. Any further slip ups, and it's a true farewell.Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?A2a
590Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.{Defiant} A nice try, sir, but there are no words to repair this damage. You have been warned countless times yet still insist on going too far.Codsworth: Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.A3a
591Player Default: Please stay. You're all I have... the only good thing left.{Defiant} A nice try, mum, but there are no words to repair this damage. You have been warned countless times yet still insist on going too far.Codsworth: Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.A4a
5920005A609Player Default: Maybe you are better off leaving. Look at what I've become. I'm not worth it. I don't deserve someone like you.{Apologetic} Come now, sir, that's easily changed! Don't be so down on yourself. Perhaps we'll have one more go of it. For old time's sake.Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?X1a
593Player Default: Maybe you are better off leaving. Look at what I've become. I'm not worth it. I don't deserve someone like you.{Apologetic} Come now, mum, that's easily changed! Don't be so down on yourself. Perhaps we'll have one more go of it. For old time's sake.Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?X2a
5940005A608Player Default: But we're family, Codsworth. Aren't we? Family sticks together.{Suspicious} I... suppose you're right. But this must be your final warning. It's shape up or ship out!Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?Y1a
5950005A603Player Default: Sir, if that's true, then of course I'll stay. Just... do try to turn your life around. Any further slip ups, and it's a true farewell.{Neutral} So, shall we journey forth then, sir?Codsworth: Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.A1a
596Player Default: Sir, if that's true, then of course I'll stay. Just... do try to turn your life around. Any further slip ups, and it's a true farewell.{Neutral} So, shall we journey forth then, mum?Codsworth: Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.A2a
5970005A602{Angry} Fine then! Don't face the truth. I only hope one day you'll realize all that you've squandered.A1a
5980005A601Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?{Angry} Farewell, sir! If only the missus could see you now.A1a
599Codsworth: So, shall we journey forth then, sir?{Angry} Farewell, mum! If only the husband could see you now.A2a
600COMCodsworth_06_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiration000FC0E1{Question} Do you have time for a bit of a chat?Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. Is everything all right?A
601{Question} Perhaps now is a good time to chat?Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. Is everything all right?A
6020005A895Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. Is everything all right?{Concerned} Just want to voice a concern, sir.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.A1a
603Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. Is everything all right?{Concerned} Just want to voice a concern, mum.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.A2a
6040005A894Player Default: How about later? Now's not a good time.{Neutral} Understood, sir. Setting aside for a later date.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.B1a
605Player Default: How about later? Now's not a good time.{Neutral} Understood, mum. Setting aside for a later date.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.B2a
6060005A893Player Default: Go ahead.{Grateful} Thank you, sir. Just a quick concern.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.X1a
607Player Default: Go ahead.{Grateful} Thank you, mum. Just a quick concern.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.X2a
6080005A892Player Default: Something on your mind, Codsworth?{Neutral} Quite so, sir.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.Y1a
609Player Default: Something on your mind, Codsworth?{Neutral} Quite so, mum.Codsworth: I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.Y2a
6100005A88DPlayer Default: Just want to voice a concern, sir.{Concerned} I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.A1a
611{Concerned} Your actions haven't been those of the kind sir that I so proudly serve.A1b
612{Concerned} I'm merely asking for you to take a moment and remember who you were... and hopefully that is the man you still wish to be.Player Default: You're right. I can't let this place get the better of me.A1c
613Player Default: Just want to voice a concern, sir.{Concerned} I understand today's world is callous and cruel, but lately, I fear some of its sordid nature may be taking root.A2a
614{Concerned} Your actions haven't been those of the kind mum that I so proudly serve.A2b
615{Concerned} I'm merely asking for you to take a moment and remember who you were... and hopefully that is the woman you still wish to be.Player Default: You're right. I can't let this place get the better of me.A2c
6160005A888Player Default: You're right. I can't let this place get the better of me.{Happy} That's the spirit, sir!Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!A1a
617Player Default: You're right. I can't let this place get the better of me.{Happy} That's the spirit, mum!Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!A2a
6180005A887Player Default: Don't worry about it, Codsworth, I'm fine.{Worried} If you say so, sir.Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!B1a
619Player Default: Don't worry about it, Codsworth, I'm fine.{Worried} If you say so, mum.Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!B2a
6200005A886Player Default: I didn't realize that's where things were heading, but you're right. I can be better.{Grateful} I'm glad we're on the same page, sir.Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!X1a
621Player Default: I didn't realize that's where things were heading, but you're right. I can be better.{Grateful} I'm glad we're on the same page, mum.Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!X2a
6220005A885Player Default: And what if it's not, Codsworth? What if this world really is proving to be too much?{Confident} Perish the thought, sir! To think you've already accomplished so much. You've done it before, and you can do it again.Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!Y1a
623Player Default: And what if it's not, Codsworth? What if this world really is proving to be too much?{Confident} Perish the thought, mum! To think you've already accomplished so much. You've done it before, and you can do it again.Codsworth: I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!Y2a
6240005A884Player Default: That's the spirit, sir!{Happy} I simply wanted to bring this little matter to your attention. I've no doubt you'll turn things around in record time!A1a
625COMCodsworth_07_RepeatNeutralToDisdain000FC0E1{Stern} Sir, a word?Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Let's hear it.A
626{Stern} Mum, a word?Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Let's hear it.A
627{Stern} Sir, a word. I must insist.Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Let's hear it.A
628{Stern} Mum, a word. I must insist.Player Default: All right, Codsworth. Let's hear it.A
6290005BBE0Player Default: I don't have time to talk right now.{Irritated} Well I pray you make time, and soon before it's too late.Codsworth: Sir, we've been through this before, and, while I abhor mimicking an overused holotape, you leave me no choice.B1a
6300005BBBFPlayer Default: Well I pray you make time, and soon before it's too late.{Irritated} Sir, we've been through this before, and, while I abhor mimicking an overused holotape, you leave me no choice.A1a
631{Stern} Once again, you have turned your back on the admirable man you once were. A total relapse, if you will.A1b
632{Stern} If you cannot pull yourself together to regain that lost ground, our paths must diverge.Player Default: Codsworth, I'm sorry. I really am. I'm going to do better, I promise.A1c
633Player Default: Well I pray you make time, and soon before it's too late.{Irritated} Mum, we've been through this before, and, while I abhor mimicking an overused holotape, you leave me no choice.A2a
634{Stern} Once again, you have turned your back on the admirable woman you once were. A total relapse, if you will.A2b
635{Stern} If you cannot pull yourself together to regain that lost ground, our paths must diverge.Player Default: Codsworth, I'm sorry. I really am. I'm going to do better, I promise.A2c
6360005BBB9Player Default: Codsworth, I'm sorry. I really am. I'm going to do better, I promise.{Depressed} You don't know how much I want that to be true, sir.Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.A1a
637Player Default: Codsworth, I'm sorry. I really am. I'm going to do better, I promise.{Depressed} You don't know how much I want that to be true, mum.Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.A2a
6380005BBB8Player Default: Whatever, Codsworth. Don't you have a morality level you can turn down?{Angry} And reduce myself to a mere RobCo drone? The mere suggestion is very telling... sir.Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.B1a
639Player Default: Whatever, Codsworth. Don't you have a morality level you can turn down?{Angry} And reduce myself to a mere RobCo drone? The mere suggestion is very telling... mum.Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.B2a
6400005BBB7Player Default: I'll try, Codsworth. Believe me, I will. I don't want you to leave.{Concerned} Nor do I, sir. But you must do more than simply "try".Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.X1a
641Player Default: I'll try, Codsworth. Believe me, I will. I don't want you to leave.{Concerned} Nor do I, mum. But you must do more than simply "try".Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.X2a
6420005BBB6Player Default: Are you saying you could walk away? Just turn your back on me?{Defiant} While I would never turn my back on the kind sir I was first activated to serve, this man, the one standing before me? Yes.Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.Y1a
643Player Default: Are you saying you could walk away? Just turn your back on me?{Defiant} While I would never turn my back on the kind mum I was first activated to serve, this woman, the one standing before me? Yes.Codsworth: I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.Y2a
6440005BBB4Player Default: You don't know how much I want that to be true, sir.{Stern} I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, sir, that you'll start making the right decisions.A1a
645Player Default: You don't know how much I want that to be true, sir.{Stern} I cannot change who you are. I know that well enough. I'm only hoping, mum, that you'll start making the right decisions.A2a
646COMCodsworth_08_RepeatDisdainToHatred000FC0E1{Angry} While I never thought I'd say these words... I QUIT!Player Default: C'mon, Codsworth. You can't mean that. Let's talk about this.A
6470005BC96Player Default: C'mon, Codsworth. You can't mean that. Let's talk about this.{Angry} And offer up the opportunity for more lies? I think not.Codsworth: Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.A1a
6480005BC95Player Default: I always knew you were a quitter.{Irritated} Your attempt at misdirection has failed. I'm afraid you'll simply have to face the truth.Codsworth: Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.B1a
6490005BC94Player Default: Settle down, Codsworth. Talk to me.{Irritated} If you recall, I have spoken to you on numerous occasions. And as you've proven, it's about as useful as speaking to a brick wall.Codsworth: Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.X1a
6500005BC76Player Default: You quit? What'd I do?{Irritated} If only you were that naive, sir.Codsworth: Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.Y1a
651Player Default: You quit? What'd I do?{Irritated} If only you were that naive, mum.Codsworth: Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.Y2a
6520005BC70Player Default: And offer up the opportunity for more lies? I think not.{Stern} Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.A1a
653{No respect in the word "sir" as if it's forced / Angry} Farewell... sir.A1b
654Player Default: And offer up the opportunity for more lies? I think not.{Stern} Any relationship we had ends here. As much as it pains me to say it, the Commonwealth would be better off if you'd never left that Vault.A2a
655{No respect in the word "mum" as if it's forced / Angry} Farewell... mum.A2b
656COMCodsworth_09_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation000FC0E1{Friendly} If I may speak for a moment.Player Default: Of course. I'm all yours.A
657{Friendly} Perhaps now you can spare a moment?Player Default: Of course. I'm all yours.A
6580005DF52Player Default: Of course. I'm all yours.{Happy} Excellent!Codsworth: I couldn't let it go unnoticed that you've really put forth some effort into changing.A1a
6590005DF51Player Default: Maybe later, Codsworth.{Friendly} Later it is then.Codsworth: I couldn't let it go unnoticed that you've really put forth some effort into changing.B1a
6600005DF42Player Default: Excellent!{Friendly} I couldn't let it go unnoticed that you've really put forth some effort into changing.A1a
661{Friendly} Even moreso, I want to apologize for doubting you in the first place.Player Default: No, I should apologize. You were right. Who knows what I would have become if you hadn't pointed it out.A1b
6620005DF41Player Default: No, I should apologize. You were right. Who knows what I would have become if you hadn't pointed it out.{Friendly} It's too much credit, sir. The choice was always yours.Codsworth: I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, sir.A1a
663Player Default: No, I should apologize. You were right. Who knows what I would have become if you hadn't pointed it out.{Friendly} It's too much credit, mum. The choice was always yours.Codsworth: I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, sir.A2a
6640005DF38Player Default: Thanks, Codsworth. That means a lot coming from you.{Happy} Had I not been made of metal, I'd be blushing, sir.Codsworth: I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, sir.X1a
6650005DF37Player Default: I'm glad you feel that way, Codsworth. We're good then? Back to how things were?{Happy} Of course, sir!Codsworth: I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, sir.Y1a
666Player Default: I'm glad you feel that way, Codsworth. We're good then? Back to how things were?{Happy} Of course, mum!Codsworth: I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, sir.Y2a
6670005DF32Player Default: It's too much credit, sir. The choice was always yours.{Happy} I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, sir.A1a
668Player Default: It's too much credit, sir. The choice was always yours.{Happy} I just thought you should know... It's good to have you back, mum.A2a
669COMCodsworthDismissScene000FBA73{matter of fact - player is dismissing you for the moment / Neutral} Is that all, sir?Player Default: That's all for now, thanks.A1a
670{matter of fact - player is dismissing you for the moment / Neutral} Is that all, mum?Player Default: That's all for now, thanks.A2a
671000FBA6FPlayer Default: That's all for now, thanks.{saying goodbye / Neutral} Alright then, sir. Cheerio.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.A2a
672Player Default: That's all for now, thanks.{saying goodbye / Neutral} Alright then, mum. Cheerio.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.A3a
673Player Default: That's all for now, thanks.{Highly irritated - hates the player. / Irritated} Finally.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.A5a
674000FBA6EPlayer Default: No, never mind.{matter of fact / Neutral} Very well, sir.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.B2a
675Player Default: No, never mind.{matter of fact / Neutral} Very well, mum.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.B3a
676Player Default: No, never mind.{Highly irritated - Hates the player. Emphasis on the word "Not". / Irritated} Not the answer I was hoping for.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.B5a
677000FBA6BPlayer Default: Yeah.{Neutral} As you wish.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.X2a
678000FBA68Player Default: That alright?{matter of fact / Neutral} As you will it, sir.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.Y2a
679Player Default: That alright?{matter of fact / Neutral} As you will it, mum.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.Y3a
680Player Default: That alright?{Sarcastic surprise - Hates the player. / Sarcastic} You're actually asking? Shocking...Y5a
681{Angry - Hates the player. / Irritated} And it's more than alright. It's a welcome respite.Codsworth: I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.Y5b
682000FBA63{Matter of fact / Friendly} I'll head home for now. If I can be of further assistance, you'll know where to find me.A1a
683{Matter of fact / Friendly} I'll be at the homestead.A2a
684{concerned, and a little disappointed / Friendly} Do be careful out there, sir. You'll know where to find me should you require my further assistance.A2b
685{with a smile / Friendly} It's never any trouble.A2c
686{Matter of fact / Friendly} I'll be at the homestead.A3a
687{concerned, and a little disappointed / Friendly} Do be careful out there, mum. You'll know where to find me should you require further assistance.A3b
688{with a smile / Friendly} It's never any trouble.A3c
689{sarcastic, could care less if the player dies or not... might even prefer it / Sarcastic} Right then. I'll just pop off. You'll find me I'm sure. Try not to die out there, sir.A4a
690{sarcastic, could care less if the player dies or not... might even prefer it / Sarcastic} Right then. I'll just pop off. You'll find me I'm sure. Try not to die out there, mum.A5a
691{Highly irritated - Hates the player. Emphasis on the word "won't". / Irritated} Heading home then, and don't worry... I won't wait up.A6a
692COMCodsworthMurderScene000FC0E1{Concerned} A moment if you will. I... have something to say.Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's on your mind?A
693{Concerned} Mum, please. I really must speak with you.Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's on your mind?A
694{Concerned} Sir, please. I really must speak with you.Player Default: Sure, Codsworth. What's on your mind?A
6950005147EPlayer Default: I hate to break it to you, buddy, but that was no accident.{Concerned} Sir, you don't know how much it pains me to hear you say that.B1a
696{Concerned} I know this world isn't the same as you left it, what with young Shaun and the missus gone...Codsworth: But I must beg you to reconsider your actions.B1b
697Player Default: I hate to break it to you, buddy, but that was no accident.{Very concerned - Player just admitted to intentionally killing an innocent person. / Concerned} Mum, you don't know how much it pains me to hear you say that.B2a
698{Very concerned - Player just admitted to intentionally killing an innocent person. / Concerned} I know this world isn't the same as you left it, what with young Shaun and the husband gone...Codsworth: But I must beg you to reconsider your actions.B2b
6990005147APlayer Default: Was it an accident?{Happy in the sense of chosen ignorance. He's choosing to continue to believe the player's murder was an accident. / Happy} Let's just say it was, and leave it at that. Plenty of other things about that require your attention, sir, especiallCodsworth: Besides, I'm afraid if your actions were intentional, it'd have much more dire consequences between the two of us.Y1a
700Player Default: Was it an accident?{Happy in the sense of chosen ignorance. He's choosing to continue to believe the player's murder was an accident. / Happy} Let's just say it was, and leave it at that. Plenty of other things about that require your attention, mum, especiallCodsworth: Besides, I'm afraid if your actions were intentional, it'd have much more dire consequences between the two of us.Y2a
7010005146CPlayer Default: I didn't want to believe you were capable of such a cruel act.{Worried - Player admitted intentionally killing an innocent. Codsworth is begging for change. / Worried} But I must beg you to reconsider your actions.Codsworth: I simply couldn't allow myself to remain in your service, and I... well, I wouldn't have the slightest idea what to do with myself.A1a
70200084182Player Default: I didn't want to believe you were capable of such a cruel act.{Matter of fact - Just stating fact. / Neutral} Besides, I'm afraid if your actions were intentional, it'd have much more dire consequences between the two of us.Codsworth: I simply couldn't allow myself to remain in your service, and I... well, I wouldn't have the slightest idea what to do with myself.A1a
70300084181Codsworth: But I must beg you to reconsider your actions.{Matter of fact at first. Drifts off into worry toward the end. / Neutral} I simply couldn't allow myself to remain in your service, and I... well, I wouldn't have the slightest idea what to do with myself.A1a
70400051492Player Default: I don't have time right now.{Concerned} Oh, well then... No time like the future I suppose.Codsworth: I wanted to check up on your state of mind after the accidental killing of that poor innocent back there.B1a
70500051491Player Default: When do you not have something to say?{Amused} Ah, yes, my host protocol! You can blame General Atomics for that one, sir.Codsworth: I wanted to check up on your state of mind after the accidental killing of that poor innocent back there.X1a
706Player Default: When do you not have something to say?{Amused, slightly nervous - Responding the the player being sarcastic. / Amused} Ah, yes, my host protocol! You can blame General Atomics for that one, mum.Codsworth: I wanted to check up on your state of mind after the accidental killing of that poor innocent back there.X2a
70700051490Player Default: Is something wrong, Codsworth?{Concerned} I wouldn't say wrong, so much as concerning.Codsworth: I wanted to check up on your state of mind after the accidental killing of that poor innocent back there.Y1a
70800051481Player Default: Oh, well then... No time like the future I suppose.{Concerned} I wanted to check up on your state of mind after the accidental killing of that poor innocent back there.A1a
709{Concerned} I have been programmed to handle mental trauma and therapy needs if you remember.A1b
710{Concerned} Nothing would please me more than to assist in lightening any mental burdens you may be carrying.A1c
711{Concerned} I mean... It was an accident, was it not?Player Default: Don't worry, Codsworth, it was. It's not going to happen again.A1d
71200051480Player Default: Don't worry, Codsworth, it was. It's not going to happen again.{Relieved} Oh sir, you don't know how relieved I am to hear you say that.A1a
713{Concerned} I didn't want to believe you were capable of such a cruel act.Codsworth: Besides, I'm afraid if your actions were intentional, it'd have much more dire consequences between the two of us.A1b
714Player Default: Don't worry, Codsworth, it was. It's not going to happen again.{Relieved - Happy to know the player didn't intentionally kill an innocent person. / Relieved} Oh mum, you don't know how relieved I am to hear you say that.A2a
715{Concerned/Relieved - Glad the player didn't intentionally kill an innocent, but recalling the concern he felt when it happened. / Concerned} I didn't want to believe you were capable of such a cruel act.Codsworth: Besides, I'm afraid if your actions were intentional, it'd have much more dire consequences between the two of us.A2b
716COMCodsworthPickUpRejectedPreConcord00249BC2{offering a bit of advice as you join the player on his adventures / Thinking} By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A1a
717COMCodsworthPickUpScene00218A3ECodsworth: Charmed as always, Miss Cait.{Proud/Confident. Reassuring Dogmeat. / Confident} Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A1a
718Codsworth: Charmed as always, Miss Cait.{Proud/Confident. Reassuring Dogmeat. / Confident} Not to worry there, pup. Your mistress is in good hands.A2a
719000FC0E1{hopeful / Friendly} May I accompany you, sir?A
720{hopeful / Friendly} May I accompany you, mum?A
721{not exactly thrilled / Neutral} Shall I accompany you, sir?A
722{not exactly thrilled / Neutral} Shall I accompany you, mum?A
723{not able to hide the disdain / Concerned} I'm to come along, am I, mum? Are you certain I can't just stay here minding my own business?A
724{not able to hide the disdain / Concerned} I'm to come along, am I, sir? Are you certain I can't just stay here minding my own business?A
725{Highly irritated - Hates the player. / Irritated} Must we talk? As if there's anything pleasant to be said.A
726000FBD75{happy / Happy} Splendid!Companion: If you'd rather travel with this bucket of bolts, fine by me. You'll know where to find me.A2a
727{happy / Happy} Thank you, sir!Companion: If you'd rather travel with this bucket of bolts, fine by me. You'll know where to find me.A3a
728{happy / Happy} Thank you, mum!Companion: If you'd rather travel with this bucket of bolts, fine by me. You'll know where to find me.A4a
729{happy / Happy} It will be my pleasure.Companion: If you'd rather travel with this bucket of bolts, fine by me. You'll know where to find me.A5a
730{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} Right behind you, sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A12a
731{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} Right behind you, mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A13a
732{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} Lead the way, sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A14a
733{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} Lead the way, mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A15a
734{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} As you wish, sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A16a
735{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} As you wish, mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A17a
736{Highly irritated, highly sarcastic - Hates the player / Irritated} Aren't I the lucky one?Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A19a
737{Highly irritated, highly sarcastic - Hates the player / Irritated} Just when I thought this day couldn't get any worse.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A20a
738{Highly irritated, highly sarcastic - Hates the player / Irritated} Ugh. I was hoping you'd say no.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A21a
739{hardly able to hide the disdain, would rather be doing anything else / Irritated} If you insist, sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A23a
740{hardly able to hide the disdain, would rather be doing anything else / Disgust} If you insist, mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A24a
741{hardly able to hide the disdain, would rather be doing anything else / Irritated} If I must, sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A25a
742{hardly able to hide the disdain, would rather be doing anything else / Disgust} If I must, mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A26a
743{hardly able to hide the disdain, would rather be doing anything else / Disgust} Understood, mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A27a
744{hardly able to hide the disdain, would rather be doing anything else / Irritated} Understood, sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?A28a
745000FBD6BPlayer Default: Not now, Codsworth.{A little disappointed / Apologetic} I see, sir. Another time then.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B1a
746Player Default: Not now, Codsworth.{A little disappointed / Neutral} I see, mum. Another time then.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B2a
747Player Default: Not now, Codsworth.{matter of fact / Neutral} Alright then.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B3a
748Player Default: Not now, Codsworth.{Both relieved and sarcastic - Hates the player / Sarcastic} Sparing me your presence? How kind of you... sir.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B8a
749Player Default: Not now, Codsworth.{Both relieved and sarcastic - Hates the player / Sarcastic} Sparing me your presence? How kind of you... mum.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B9a
750Player Default: Not now, Codsworth.{Sarcastically happy - Hates the player / Sarcastic} Oh, well then. Is it me, or did this day just get a little brighter?Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B10a
751Player Default: Not now, Codsworth.{Happy with disgust/attitude - Hates the player / Neutral} Ah excellent. Believe me when I say I have far better things to do with my time.Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?B11a
752000FBD6APlayer Default: I'd like to trade some items.{matter of fact / Friendly} Of course.Companion: If you'd rather travel with this bucket of bolts, fine by me. You'll know where to find me.X1a
753Player Default: I'd like to trade some items.{Disgusted - Hates the player, doesn't want to be helpful. Ugh can be any disgusted noise. / Disgust} Ugh. Fine.Companion: If you'd rather travel with this bucket of bolts, fine by me. You'll know where to find me.X2a
754000FBD69{glad for the opportunity / Happy} Why yes! Of course, sir!Y1a
755{glad for the opportunity / Happy} Why yes! Of course, mum!Y2a
756{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} As you wish, sir.Y3a
757{not thrilled, but doing your job / Neutral} As you wish, mum.Y4a
758{can't help but be bitingly sarcastic / Surprised} You're asking my opinion? How uncharacteristic.Y5a
759{barely able to conceal the disdain / Irritated} Were I to be truthful, sir. No. I'd much rather stay here and tend to the weeds and dirt.Y5b
760{can't help but be bitingly sarcastic / Sarcastic} You're asking my opinion? How uncharacteristic.Y6a
761{barely able to conceal the disdain / Disgust} Were I to be truthful, mum? No. I'd much rather stay here and tend to the weeds and the dirt.Y6b
762{Highly irritated - Hates the player. / Irritated} Of course not. I'd much rather stay here and get on with my life, thank you.Y7a
763000FBA74Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{putting on false smiles / Friendly} Charmed as always, Miss Cait.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A1a
764Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{pleased / Friendly} Yes of course, Mister Garvey.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A2a
765Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Happy. / Friendly} There's nothing I'd like more, Mr. Valentine.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A3a
766Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Friendly} Oh, Deacon, your witticisms, as always, are I'm sure quite droll.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A4a
767Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Indignant. / Confident} Weak! I'll have you know I've fended off bloodbugs when necessary.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A5a
768Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Friendly} Doubly so for me, Miss Curie. Don't worry, I'll keep the Master safe.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A6a
769Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Trying to instill confidence. / Friendly} You have nothing to fear, Mister X. I am well aware of my duties.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A7a
770Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Friendly} Ms. Piper, I can think of no greater honor.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A8a
771Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{Friendly} We shall leave it spick and span!Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A9a
772Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{pleased / Friendly} Cheerio.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A10a
773Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{matter of fact, just doing your job / Friendly} I live to serve.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A11a
774Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{not concealing your displeasure / Irritated} One does what one must.Codsworth: Not to worry there, pup. Your master is in good hands.A12a
775-001D2873{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} A grown man needs his protein I suppose.
776{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} A grown woman needs her protein I suppose.
777{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} Who needs utensils, right, sir? Or napkins, for that matter.
778{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} Who needs utensils, right, mum? Or napkins, for that matter.
779{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} Next time, might I suggest a little seasoning perhaps?
780{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} Well, that's Commonwealth steak tartare for you.
781{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} Mind the bones, sir. Don't want to chip a tooth.
782{Player is eating a corpse. Codsworth is not disgusted by this, more of a neutral/amused stance. / Amused} Mind the bones, mum. Don't want to chip a tooth.
783001A2B46{Matter of fact. Can't reach an item the player is telling them to check. / Neutral} Sorry, sir. I can't seem to get quite close enough.
784{Matter of fact. Can't reach an item the player is telling them to check. / Neutral} Sorry, mum. I can't seem to get quite close enough.
785{Matter of fact. Can't reach an item the player is telling them to check. / Neutral} That's a bit out of my reach, I'm afraid.
786{Matter of fact. Can't reach an item the player is telling them to check. / Neutral} If only I could, sir. It's just tad bit out of my reach.
787{Matter of fact. Can't reach an item the player is telling them to check. / Neutral} If only I could, mum. It's just tad bit out of my reach.
788000F6E65{thought you heard/saw something, but then deciding you didn't} Hmm... perhaps I should clean out the ol' sensor array.
789{thought you heard/saw something, but then deciding you didn't} Oh well. Carry on.
790{thought you heard/saw something, but then deciding you didn't} Never mind.
791000F6E64{enemy you were fighting just disappeared (and is hiding somewhere)} Oh no. I'm not done with you! Not even in the slightest.
792{enemy you were fighting just disappeared (and is hiding somewhere)} I never leave a task unfinished. I'll find you eventually.
793{enemy you were fighting just disappeared (and is hiding somewhere)} Buggered off, eh? That won't do. Not at all.
794{enemy you were fighting just disappeared (and is hiding somewhere)} You're here somewhere.
795000F6E63{combat ends with you being victorious} Pish posh. I was just getting warmed up.
796{combat ends with you being victorious} And that's that, then.
797{combat ends with you being victorious} I trust everyone's still alive?
798{combat ends with you being victorious} Must admit, I rather enjoyed that.
799{(as in, "that's all? too bad, I was having fun") combat ends with you being victorious} That it? Ah, fine then.
800{combat ends with you being victorious} Jolly good show, all around.
801{combat ends with you being victorious} Terrific!
802{combat ends with you being victorious} Nothing like a little dust up to get the oil flowing, eh?
803{combat ends with you being victorious} And that's how it's done. Am I right, sir?
804{combat ends with you being victorious / Confident} And that's how it's done. Am I right, mum?
805{combat ends with you being victorious} Well, that about takes care of that.
806000F6E61{mildly disappointed, you were looking for a fight - enemy broke sight and ran away} Buggered off.
807{mildly disappointed, you were looking for a fight - enemy broke sight and ran away} Apparently decided we were too much trouble.
808{mildly disappointed, you were looking for a fight - enemy broke sight and ran away} Ah well. I suppose there's plenty more where that came from.
809{mildly disappointed, you were looking for a fight - enemy broke sight and ran away} I dare say I'm slightly disappointed.
810{mildly disappointed, you were looking for a fight - enemy broke sight and ran away} I'd run away from us, too, sir.
811{mildly disappointed, you were looking for a fight - enemy broke sight and ran away / Neutral} I'd run away from us, too, mum.
812000F6E60{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby} What's all this, then?
813{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby} Caution, sir. I do believe something is stalking us.
814{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby / Neutral} Caution, mum. I do believe something is stalking us.
815{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby} Picking up hostile life signs.
816{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby} Sir. Something's afoot.
817{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby / Neutral} Mum. Something's afoot.
818{hearing/glancing trouble - taking up the search for enemies nearby} Come out and face us, scallywags! If you dare!
819000F6E5F{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Tally ho!
820{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Chocks away!
821{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} What's all this then?
822{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Oh? Ho-ho-ho!
823{(said as if to the enemy) with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Hello! Fancy a bit of fist-a-cuffs, do we?
824{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Let's go, sir. No use delaying the inevitable!
825{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Let's go, mum. No use delaying the inevitable!
826{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Shall I take out the trash, sir?
827{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Shall I take out the trash, mum?
828{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Insect smashing time.
829{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Another bug to bash.
830{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Nutjob sighted!
831{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Watch out for their radiation guns!
832{calling out a cautionary warning, launching yourself into combat} Deathclaw!
833{trying not to sound nervous, launching yourself into combat} Hoy boy. A deathclaw.
834{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Feral Ghouls!
835{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Let's put these poor creatures out of their misery.
836{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Gunners incoming. This should be fun.
837{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Angry mercenaries up ahead.
838{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Mirelurks, sir!
839{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Mirelurks, mum!
840{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Crab cakes for dinner, sir?
841{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Crab cakes for dinner, mum?
842{(in a mock noir mobster accent) with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Here come some mobsters, see?
843{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Those goons won't get the goods on us!
844{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Get those varmints!
845{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Exterminating time!
846{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Roaches! Try not to get any on your boots, sir.
847{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Roaches! Try not to get any on your boots, mum.
848{to himself, launching yourself into combat} Radroaches. A fact of life I'm afraid.
849{calling out a warning and launching yourself into combat} Giant scorpion! Try not to get stung.
850{calling out a warning and launching yourself into combat} Watch out for its tail!
851{(a radstag is attacking) launching yourself into combat} That is a terribly disgusting beast!
852{(fighting radstag) making a terrible pun and launching yourself into combat} Dear me!
853{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Let's get these psychopaths!
854{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Raiders!
855{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Raiders, sir! Let's show them what for!
856{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Raiders, mum! Let's show them what for!
857{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Soon to be a bucket of bolts.
858{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Another tin can to crush.
859{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Super Mutants!
860{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Greenskins!
861{(second line to himself) with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Mutants, sir! Though how could you miss them?
862{(second line to himself) with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Neutral} Mutants, mum! Though how could you miss them?
863{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Synths!
864{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Wild dogs on the loose!
865{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Don't let them surround you!
866{with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Hello, doggie!
867{making a terrible pun, then launching yourself into combat} I can hardly bear the anticipation.
868{to himself, launching yourself into combat} Blimey, that's a large bear.
869{(fighting mutant bear) with great bravado, launching yourself into combat} Shall we get you a new rug, sir?
870{(fighting mutant bear) with great bravado, launching yourself into combat / Amused} Shall we get you a new rug, mum?
871000F6E5E{getting shot at, but can't detect the shooters location} Where are they?
872{getting shot at, but can't detect the shooters location} What was that?
873{getting shot at, but can't detect the shooters location} Taking pot shots at us, eh? Cowards!
874{getting shot at, but can't detect the shooters location} Come out and fight! If you dare!
875{(nonchalant) getting shot at, but can't detect the shooters location} Head down, sir. It appears someone is shooting at us.
876{(nonchalant) getting shot at, but can't detect the shooters location / Neutral} Head down, mum. It appears someone is shooting at us.
877000F12CDRight behind you, sir.
878Coming.
879Right away.
880{agreeing to a command} Of course, sir.
881{agreeing to a command / Neutral} Of course, mum.
882{agreeing to a command} Straight away, sir.
883{agreeing to a command / Neutral} Straight away, mum.
884{agreeing to a command} On it.
885{agreeing to a command} Right-o.
886{agreeing to a command} Just so, sir.
887{agreeing to a command / Neutral} Just so, mum.
888{agreeing to a command} My pleasure.
889{agreeing to a command} Nothing would please me more.
890{agreeing to a command} Will do.
891{agreeing to a command} Presently, sir.
892{agreeing to a command / Neutral} Presently, mum.
893{agreeing to a command} Alright.
894Of course. I'll wait right here.
895I shan't move a muscle, sir.
896I'll be counting the seconds until your return, sir.
897000F12CC{your attention/service is no longer actively required.} Thank you, sir.
898{your attention/service is no longer actively required. / Neutral} Thank you, mum.
899{your attention/service is no longer actively required.} My pleasure.
900{your attention/service is no longer actively required.} Alright then.
901{your attention/service is no longer actively required.} Cheerio.
902{your attention/service is no longer actively required.} Cheers.
903{your attention/service is no longer actively required.} Any time, sir.
904{your attention/service is no longer actively required. / Neutral} Any time, mum.
905000F12CA{refusing a command (on moral grounds)} Won't do it, sir.
906{refusing a command (on moral grounds) / Neutral} Won't do it, mum.
907{refusing a command (on moral grounds)} I must refuse.
908{refusing a command (on moral grounds)} Afraid I won't be doing that.
909{refusing a command (on moral grounds)} That I will not do.
910{refusing a command (on moral grounds)} Respectfully, no.
911000F12C9{refusing a command (because it's impossible - no moral judgement. Game makes it impossible; feedback to player that that was an invalid command)} Sorry, can't do.
912{refusing a command (because it's impossible - no moral judgement. Game makes it impossible; feedback to player that that was an invalid command)} Wish I could, sir.
913{refusing a command (because it's impossible - no moral judgement. Game makes it impossible; feedback to player that that was an invalid command) / Neutral} Wish I could, mum.
914{refusing a command (because it's impossible - no moral judgement. Game makes it impossible; feedback to player that that was an invalid command)} Afraid that's not possible.
915{refusing a command (because it's impossible - no moral judgement. Game makes it impossible; feedback to player that that was an invalid command)} Were it within the realm of possibility.
916{refusing a command (because it's impossible - no moral judgement. Game makes it impossible; feedback to player that that was an invalid command)} Sadly, cannot.
917000F12C8{Question} Something you need, mum?
918{Question} Something you need, sir?
919Yes, sir?
920Sir?
921I'm all ears.
922{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Mum?
923{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Can I be of service?
924000F1248{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Apologies, sir, but I've no longer any desire to speak to one such as yourself.
925{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Apologies, mum, but I've no longer any desire to speak to one such as yourself.
926{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Oh, it's you. Don't you have some lives to ruin?
927{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Please, do us both a favor and run along now, will you?
928{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Don't you have someone else to bother?
929{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} I have nothing to say to you.
930{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Sir, to be blunt, nothing would please me more than to never see your face again.
931{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Mum, to be blunt, nothing would please me more than to never see your face again.
932{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Is it too much to ask to be left alone?
933{Irritated - Doesn't want to speak to the player at all. / Irritated} Shouldn't you be off tormenting the good people of the Commonwealth?
934{Irritated - Doesn't want anything to do with the player at all. / Irritated} You again? And I was in such a good mood, too.
935{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} Every day is a fine day, with you sir.
936{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} Every day is a fine day, with you mum.
937{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} Might I say, sir, I absolutely adore our time together.
938{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} Might I say, mum, I absolutely adore our time together.
939{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} I hope you don't mind me saying, I'm tickled you've chosen me to be your companion.
940{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} Sometimes I can almost hear the birds singing again.
941{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} I'm greatly honored, mum.
942{saying "hello" to player [happy/hopeful/grateful] (in love with player, in a plutonic servant-master way) / Happy} I'm greatly honored, sir.
943{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} I live to serve, sir.
944{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} I live to serve, mum.
945{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} A fine day, is it not?
946{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} If I may assist in any way, don't hesitate to let me know.
947{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Happy to assist with anything you may need.
948{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} My pleasure to serve you, sir.
949{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} My pleasure to serve you, mum.
950{saying "hello" to player. Less than thrilled. Player hasn't been himself lately. You're obedient, but not exactly happy to be here and serving him. / Neutral} Something I can help with, sir?
951{saying "hello" to player. Less than thrilled. Player hasn't been himself lately. You're obedient, but not exactly happy to be here and serving him. / Neutral} Something I can help with, mum?
952{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} What can I do for you, sir?
953{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} What can I do for you, mum?
954{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Need something, sir?
955{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Need something, mum?
956{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} How can I be of assistance?
957{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Top of the morning to you.
958{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Good afternoon, sir.
959{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Good afternoon, mum.
960{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Good evening, sir.
961{saying "hello" to player [happy] (enjoys spending time with the player) / Happy} Good evening, mum.
962{saying "hello" to player - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else other than serving this jerk / Neutral} Something you require, sir?
963{saying "hello" to player - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else other than serving this jerk / Neutral} Something you require, mum?
964{saying "hello" to player (catching yourself) - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else / Neutral} What?! - ah - is it you need, sir?
965{saying "hello" to player (catching yourself) - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else / Neutral} What?! - ah - is it you need, mum?
966{saying "hello" to player (catching yourself) - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else / Neutral} What is it?
967{saying "hello" to player (catching yourself) - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else / Neutral} Yes, yes.
968{saying "hello" to player (catching yourself) - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else / Neutral} I live to serve... sir.
969{saying "hello" to player (catching yourself) - sarcastic, barely able to hold in your discontent. You'd rather be doing anything else / Neutral} I live to serve... mum.
970{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Yes?
971{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Sir?
972{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Something you need from me, sir?
973{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Something you need from me, mum?
974{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Sir.
975{Neutral - Generic acknowledgments of the player interacting with him. / Neutral} Mum.
976000F1101{[agreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Aye.
977{[agreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Righto.
978{[agreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Quite.
979{[agreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Good show.
980{[agreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Well done.
981{[disagreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Really?
982{[disagreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Well then.
983{[disagreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} If that is how it's going to be.
984{[disagreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Not sure if you should have done that.
985{[disagreeable] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situations)} Come now, really?
986{[Acceptance] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Yes.
987{[Acceptance] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Of course.
988{[Acceptance] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Alright.
989{[Denial] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} No.
990{[Denial] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Don't think so.
991{[Denial] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Afraid not.
992{[Taking something] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Thank you.
993{[Taking something] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Much obliged.
994{[possibly used after any line] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective.)} Sir.
995{[possibly used after any line] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective.)} Sir?
996{[possibly used after any line] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective.)} Sir!
997{[possibly used before any line] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective.)} Sir...
998000F1100{attacking in melee... vocalizing } Heeyeah!
999{attacking in melee} Hoo-aah!
1000{attacking in melee... imagine you are vocalizing a comic bookish "POW!"} Pow!
1001{attacking in melee... imagine you are vocalizing a comic bookish "POW!"} Chop!
1002{attacking in melee... imagine you are vocalizing a comic bookish "POW!"} Blam!
1003{attacking in melee... imagine you are vocalizing a comic bookish "POW!"} Boom!
1004{attacking in melee} Take that!
1005{attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Ha!
1006{attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Ah-ha!
1007{attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Yea-ah!
1008{(fencing term) attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} En Garde!
1009{(fencing term) attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Advance!
1010{(fencing term) attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Riposte!
1011{(fencing term) attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Lunge!
1012{(fencing term) attacking in melee (you can do this all day)} Thrust!
1013000F10D9{explodey incoming device or some other big damage thing that can be avoided} Take cover!
1014{explodey incoming device or some other big damage thing that can be avoided} Look out, sir!
1015{explodey incoming device or some other big damage thing that can be avoided / Worried} Look out, mum!
1016{explodey incoming device or some other big damage thing that can be avoided} On your tippy-toes now!
1017{explodey incoming device or some other big damage thing that can be avoided} Look alive!
1018000F1086{first line under breath, second line calling out(embarrassed / frustrated) have been incapacitated in combat} Oh bother... A little help here, please!
1019{(embarrassed / frustrated) calling out - have been incapacitated in combat} I'm out of commission, sir!
1020{(embarrassed / frustrated) calling out - have been incapacitated in combat / Worried} I'm out of commission, mum!
1021{calling out (embarrassed / frustrated) have been incapacitated in combat} I'm a bit on the blink, I'm afraid.
1022000F1020{in combat, got critically "wounded"} Okay, THAT might have hurt.
1023000F0EB1{confused, afraid - taken too much damage and are dying} Sir... I... I... I'm dying.
1024{confused, afraid - taken too much damage and are dying / Afraid} Mum... I... I... I'm dying.
1025000F0EB0{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} Ha!
1026{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} That'll leave a dent.
1027{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} 'Tis but a scratch!
1028{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} Grrr.
1029{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} Ouch?
1030{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} I don't feel pain, you know.
1031{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} Okay, cut that out.
1032{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} I'm supposed to be impressed?
1033{(cheery bravado) getting hit in combat, you don't feel pain, you are a robot} Touché!
1034{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Hah! I've seen toddlers with finer form than that!
1035000F0EAF{attacking in melee... vocalizing as if it took effort} Heeeeyaaaahhhh!
1036{attacking in melee... vocalizing as if it took effort} Hooooo-waaaah!
1037{attacking in melee... vocalizing as if it took effort} Hhhhaaaahhh!
1038{attacking in melee... vocalizing as if it took effort} Grrrraaahhh!
1039{attacking in melee... vocalizing as if it took effort} Rrrrroooaaahh!
1040000F0EAE{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} I can do this all day.
1041{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Now this is my cup of tea!
1042{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Really? Is that all you can muster?
1043{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Come now. At least try to give us a challenge!
1044{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} I could take you all with two arms tied behind my back!
1045{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Come on you Nancy's!
1046{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Piece of cake!
1047{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Fight like you mean it, you cretins!
1048{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} I'm having fun, how about the rest of you?
1049{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} I have a buzz-saw with your name on it!
1050{(second line to himself) jolly bravado - taunting in combat} I'm not even sweating! Of course I never do. Aha.
1051{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Feel free to give up at any time!
1052{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Allow me to get this one, sir.
1053{jolly bravado - taunting in combat / Confident} Allow me to get this one, mum.
1054{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} You call this a fight?
1055{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Chin up!
1056{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Some kerfuffle this is.
1057{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Are we still having fun?
1058{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} A fine day for dust up.
1059{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} A fine evening for a little toss up.
1060{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} They have no idea what they're up against, do they sir?
1061{jolly bravado - taunting in combat / Confident} They have no idea what they're up against, do they mum?
1062{jolly bravado - taunting in combat} Only one left.
1063000F0EAD{tossing a grenade} Hot potato!
1064{tossing a grenade} Fore!
1065{tossing a grenade} Catch!
1066000E2B0A{Matter-of-fact - Stating that he has some purified water for the player. / Neutral} Sir, my condensator has prepared another canister of water for you.
1067{Matter-of-fact - Stating that he has some purified water for the player. / Neutral} Mum, my condensator has prepared another canister of water for you.
1068{Standard question in a butler tone - Codsworth has produced a bottle of water for the player. / Question} Feeling a bit parched, sir?
1069{Standard question in a butler tone - Codsworth has produced a bottle of water for the player. / Question} Feeling a bit parched, mum?
1070{Confident and almost inspirational - Codsworth has produced a bottle of water for the player. / Confident} Don't forget to stay hydrated.
1071{Somewhat proud - Codsworth has produced a bottle of water for the player. / Confident} Another canister of purified water, ready when you need it, sir.
1072{Somewhat proud - Codsworth has produced a bottle of water for the player. / Confident} Another canister of purified water, ready when you need it, mum.
1073{Matter-of-fact, butler tone - Has a bottle of water for the player. / Neutral} I've purified water for you, mum, should you need it.
1074{Matter-of-fact, butler tone - Has a bottle of water for the player. / Neutral} I've purified water for you, sir, should you need it.
1075{Curious - making random conversation / Thinking} I wonder what Diamond City will be like. If the name has anything to do with it, it must be quite nice.
1076{Neutral, slightly curious - being chatty / Neutral} All this fuss over a detective. I do hope Mr. Valentine is worth it, but then again, anything is worth the risk when it comes to finding young Shaun.
1077{Pleased - being chatty / Happy} I feel as if we're finally making progress, sir. Mr. Valentine seems to be quite the detective.
1078{Pleased - being chatty / Happy} I feel as if we're finally making progress, mum. Mr. Valentine seems to be quite the detective.
1079{A bit down and disheartened / Concerned} I must admit I feel a bit foolish. I felt certain if we found Kellogg, we'd find young Shaun.
1080{Concerned that a plan may go awry. / Concerned} Sir, this grotesque plan has me quite distraught. What if something were to go wrong?
1081{Concerned that a plan may go awry. / Concerned} Mum, this grotesque plan has me quite distraught. What if something were to go wrong?
1082{Frustrated - trying to find someone who's not making it easy / Irritated} Finding anything in the "Glowing Sea" is like finding an oasis in the desert. This Doctor Virgil certainly chose an adequate hiding place.
1083{Nervous about tracking a deadly courser. / Nervous} I do hope these Coursers aren't as dangerous as they say. I'm quite fond of my limbs... and living. Let's not forget that.
1084{Happy - Pleased that the player has joined the Minute Men. / Happy} A fine decision, sir, or General, if I may. The Minutemen seem to be quite the upstanding group.
1085{Happy - Pleased that the player has joined the Minute Men. / Happy} A fine decision, mum, or General, if I may. The Minutemen seem to be quite the upstanding group.
1086{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} What do you call two crows on a branch?
1087{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Attempted murder.
1088{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} There is a band called one thousand and twenty three megabytes.
1089{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} They haven't any gigs yet.
1090{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A photon checks into a hotel and the bellhop asks if she has any luggage.
1091{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The photon replies, "No, I'm traveling light."
1092{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Two fish swim into a concrete wall.
1093{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} One turns to the other and says, "Dam."
1094{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Why did the weatherman bring a bar of soap to work?
1095{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} He was predicting showers.
1096{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A Neutron walks into a bar and asks, "How much for a drink?"
1097{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The bartender responds, "For you, no charge!"
1098{pause between each sentenceFriendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A blind man walks into a bar. And a table. And a chair.
1099{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The past, the present, and the future walked into a bar.
1100{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} It was tense.
1101{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} C, E-flat, and G walk into a bar.
1102{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The bartender says, "Sorry, but we don't serve minors in here."
1103{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} So E-flat leaves, while C and G have a fifth between them.
1104{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The bartender says, "We don't serve faster than light particles in here."
1105{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A tachyon walks into the bar.
1106{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Charles Dickens walks into a bar and orders a Martini.
1107{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The bartender turns to him and asks, "Olive or twist?"
1108{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} How do you keep an idiot in suspense?
1109{Pausing - "Waiting" for an answer as part of his joke. Should be at least 5 seconds long. / Friendly} ...
1110{Friendly - Telling a joke. Proud of himself. / Friendly} Ha! Get it?
1111{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A Mayan asks his friend if he would like to grab a drink.
1112{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} His friend says, "Well, I'm supposed to finish the calendar, but I guess if I don't it's not the end of the world."
1113{Emphasis on the word "IS"Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Chemically speaking, alcohol IS a solution.
1114{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A communist, a spy, and a Chinese man walk into a bar.
1115{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} He orders a drink.
1116{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} How do you kill a circus clown?
1117{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Go for the juggler.
1118{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} I've decided to sell the vacuum.
1119{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.Friendly - Telling the punchline to a joke. "I've decided to sell the vacuum." / Friendly} It's just collecting dust.
1120{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} How about a pizza joke?
1121{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Nevermind it's just too cheesy.
1122{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} A man once told me to always leave them wanting more.
1123{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Unfortunately he was working at the rationing station.
1124{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Relationships are a lot like algebra.
1125{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} You always look at your X and try to figure out Y.
1126{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Arial, Papyrus, and Comic Sans walk into a bar and the bartender says...
1127{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Hey, we don't serve your type in here!
1128{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} If 4 out of 5 people suffer from radiation poisoning...
1129{Question} Does that mean the fifth guy enjoys it?
1130{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} I met an atheist who worked for a charity the other day.
1131{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} She said it was a non-prophet organization.
1132{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} There's no "I" in denial.
1133{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} I went to the zoo the other day.
1134{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} The only animal they had was a dog.
1135{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} It was a shih tzu.
1136{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} What did the commies light their house with before they used candles?
1137{Friendly - Telling a joke. / Friendly} Electricity.
1138{Friendly - Being chatty / Friendly} Only the anxiety of what future adventures await us, sir. I'm sorry, did I say "anxiety?" I meant, "anticipation!"
1139{Friendly - Being chatty / Friendly} Only the anxiety of what future adventures await us, mum. I'm sorry, did I say "anxiety?" I meant, "anticipation!"
1140{Friendly - Being chatty / Friendly} I was just reminiscing on the time when mum made that holotape for you, sir.
1141{Friendly, nostalgic - being chatty / Friendly} I don't think you two were ever happier than those last few months you spent together with young Shaun.
1142{Friendly - Being chatty / Friendly} I was just reminiscing on the time when sir made that holotape for you, mum.
1143{Friendly, nostalgic - being chatty / Friendly} I don't think you two were ever happier than those last few months you spent together with young Shaun.
1144{Slight despair / Worried} Sir, you've no idea how excruciating it is to see the Commonwealth in such a state. It simply sets off all my sensors as a robot butler.
1145{Slight despair / Worried} Mum, you've no idea how excruciating it is to see the Commonwealth in such a state. It simply sets off all my sensors as a robot butler.
1146{Friendly - being chatty. / Friendly} I was just running some diagnostics on the ol' internals, sir. Maintaining such a level of performance doesn't come easy, you know.
1147{Friendly - being chatty. / Friendly} I was just running some diagnostics on the ol' internals, mum. Maintaining such a level of performance doesn't come easy, you know.
1148{Thoughtful - making conversation / Thinking} Just the Commonwealth these days, sir. Never in my existence did I imagine we'd find ourselves in such a state.
1149{Sad reminiscing and thinking / Depressed} Nuclear war, the missus gone... the fate of young Shaun. How many lives were lost due to the war? It's tragic, sir. It truly is.
1150{Thoughtful - making conversation / Thinking} Just the Commonwealth these days, mum. Never in my existence did I imagine we'd find ourselves in such a state.
1151{Sad reminiscing and thinking / Depressed} Nuclear war, the hubby gone... the fate of young Shaun. How many lives were lost due to the war? It's tragic, mum. It truly is.
1152{He means the first sentence in disgust. Second sentence is sarcastic. / Sarcastic} Only that the last thing the Commonwealth needs is another villain like you. Oh, did I say that out loud?
1153{Irritated, but then happy recalling a pleasant memory - He's not happy with the player right now / Neutral} If you must know, I was recalling the day you took the missus out for a little expectant mother pampering.
1154{Starts out neutral and gets more disgusted as he goes on - dislikes the player right now. / Disgust} Afterward, she claimed she was the luckiest woman on earth. If only she knew what you're truly capable of, sir.
1155{Irritated, but then happy recalling a pleasant memory - He's not happy with the player right now / Neutral} If you must know, I was recalling the day that sir took you out for a little expectant mother pampering.
1156{Starts out neutral and gets more disgusted as he goes on - dislikes the player right now. / Disgust} He told me no one deserved better. If only he knew what you're truly capable of, mum.
1157{Irritated - Dislikes the player / Irritated} As if you truly cared. I don't see why you're wasting both our time with these questions.
1158{Sarcastic - Dislikes the player right now / Sarcastic} Oh the usual. Mostly just how excited I am to be stuck with someone who can make even the Raiders look like gentlemen.
1159{Irritated - dislikes the player / Irritated} Nothing worth sharing with the likes of you.
1160{Cautioning the player / Concerned} Do keep an eye on your radiation levels. My sensors indicate this area is quite lethal.
1161{Disappointed / Neutral} No awards for landscaping here.
1162{Worried / Concerned} The Glowing Sea is rather disorienting. Why, getting lost in here would be a death sentence.
1163{Concerned for their safety. / Concerned} I can't imagine anything the slightest bit friendly has taken up residence here.
1164{Sad over the loss of nature / Concerned} Dreadful, simply dreadful. Didn't there used to be some national parks in this area?
1165{(false jolly bravado, actually a little worried) walking through an area controlled by the brotherhood of steel, or have recently fought them.} The "Brotherhood?" More like a gang of thugs if you ask me.
1166{(a little worried - stress an ironic "clever" - as in "i shouldn't be here" ) in an area controlled by brotherhood of steel, or recently fought them.} A more clever robot would bugger off whenever the Brotherhood were out and about.
1167{(false jolly bravado, actually a little worried) walking through an area controlled by brotherhood of steel, or have recently fought them.} Tad on the obsessive side, the Brotherhood. Real type A personalities.
1168{(weakly joking, subtext "I'm worried, but trust you" - stress on "ME" ) walking through an area controlled by brotherhood or recently fought them} Sir, I trust you won't let any Brotherhood fellows salvage me for spare parts... yes?
1169{(weakly joking, subtext "I'm worried, but trust you" - stress on "ME" ) walking through an area controlled by brotherhood or recently fought them / Concerned} Mum, I trust you won't let any Brotherhood fellows salvage me for spare parts.
1170{walking through an area controlled by brotherhood of steel or have recently fought them} If only the Brotherhood cared for others as much as they cared for their technology.
1171{(jolly bravado) traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects / Disbelief} By Jove, can you imagine the size of the swatter you'd need to take on these... insects?
1172{(jolly bravado) traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects} The bugs have gotten quite large these last hundred years.
1173{(joking bravado) traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects} I miss the regular sized bugs. Those I could handle.
1174{(quite pleased with his own sense of humor)traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects} Sir, we should be on the lookout for giant cans of bug spray. You know, to deal with giant insects! Haha.
1175{(quite pleased with his own sense of humor)traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects / Amused} Mum, we should be on the lookout for giant cans of bug spray. You know, to deal with giant insects! Haha.
1176{(sincerely making a terrible joke) traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects} The wasteland bugging you? Haha. A little humor to lighten the spirits in heavy times, sir.
1177{(sincerely making a terrible joke) traveling through an area having or recently fought giant mutated insects / Amused} The wasteland bugging you? Haha. A little humor to lighten the spirits in heavy times, mum.
1178{(tsk, tsk - a sad fact) traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them.} Children of Atom they call themselves. What terrible blasphemy.
1179{traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them.} These "Children of Atom" are terribly misguided.
1180{(light hearted bravado) traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them.} A right shame the looney bins have all closed down.
1181{(jolly bravado) traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them.} My circuits are impervious to radiation. Feel free to stand behind me, sir.
1182{(jolly bravado) traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them. / Confident} My circuits are impervious to radiation. Feel free to stand behind me, mum.
1183{traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them.} Hope you have RadAway with you, sir.
1184{traveling through an area with Children of Atom, or recently fought them. / Concerned} Hope you have RadAway with you, mum.
1185{(worried) - traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one.Changed "hook" to "hoof". / Worried} Perhaps we best hoof it, sir? Lest we run into more Deathclaws.
1186{(worried) - traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one. / Concerned} Perhaps we best hoof it, mum? Lest we run into more Deathclaws.
1187{(covering fear with intellectual musings) - traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one.} Mirelurks and Radscorpions sure... But what fathered the Deathclaw? Iguanas?
1188{extremely nervous} Sir, I'm not sure we're safe here.
1189{extremely nervous / Nervous} Mum, I'm not sure we're safe here.
1190{(extremely nervous) a half hearted attempt at half a joke, traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one.} Do be careful, sir. Deathclaws aren't known for their docile nature.
1191{(extremely nervous) a half hearted attempt at half a joke, traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one. / Nervous} Do be careful, mum. Deathclaws aren't known for their docile nature.
1192{("deathclaws scare me") - traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one.} I don't mind saying it, sir, Deathclaws give me a bad case of collywobbles.
1193{("deathclaws scare me") - traveling through an area with Deathclaws or recently fought one. / Nervous} I don't mind saying it, mum, Deathclaws give me a bad case of collywobbles.
1194{(a sincere sentiment) - walking through an area having or recently fought Feral Ghouls.} Feral Ghouls, a sorry lot, indeed. To lose one's mind slowly like that.
1195{(with some bravado) - walking through an area having or recently fought Feral Ghouls.} Be wary of Feral Ghouls, sir.
1196{(with some bravado) - walking through an area having or recently fought Feral Ghouls. / Concerned} Be wary of Feral Ghouls, mum.
1197{(a sincere sentiment) - walking through an area having or recently fought Feral Ghouls.} One ought remember the folly of man created these Feral Ghouls.
1198{talking to cover his nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Feral Ghouls.} I imagine the scent of Feral Ghouls is most unpleasant.
1199{talking to cover his nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Feral Ghouls.} What irony that radiation heals the Feral Ghoul.
1200{bravado covering nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Gunners} I dare say, Gunners are scant more than Raiders with shinier toys.
1201{bravado covering nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Gunners} Eyes out, sir. This may be Gunner territory.
1202{bravado covering nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Gunners / Nervous} Eyes out, mum. This may be Gunner territory.
1203{bravado covering nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Gunners} Are they called "Gunners" because they fancy guns? Seems a smidge obvious.
1204{bravado covering nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Gunners} Gunners, little more than murderous thugs in my book.
1205{bravado covering nervousness - walking through an area having or recently fought Gunners} Gunners must make a healthy sum for all their murdering.
1206{(making a joke with bravado) walking through an area having or recently fought Mirelurks} Crab cakes for dinner, sir?
1207{(making a joke with bravado) walking through an area having or recently fought Mirelurks / Amused} Crab cakes for dinner, mum?
1208{thinking aloud - walking through an area having or recently fought Mirelurks} Mirelurks. Horrible creatures.
1209{making a terrible joke with bravado - walking through an area having or recently fought Mirelurks} Mirelurks are no stroll along the beach, eh sir? Haha.
1210{making a terrible joke with bravado - walking through an area having or recently fought Mirelurks / Amused} Mirelurks are no stroll along the beach, eh mum? Haha.
1211{(with bravado) giving advice - walking through an area having or recently fought Mirelurks} When beset by Mirelurks, clock 'em in the squishy spots.
1212Keep a look out for Mirelurks, sir.
1213{Concerned - Warning the player to be aware of danger. / Concerned} Keep a look out for Mirelurks, mum.
1214{walking through an area having or recently fought molerats} Mole Rats. Nothing more than two vicious vermin merged into one, I suppose.
1215{walking through an area having or recently fought molerats} Watch out for holes, sir. Mole Rats about. Wouldn't want to twist an ankle.
1216{walking through an area having or recently fought molerats / Concerned} Watch out for holes, mum. Mole Rats about. Wouldn't want to twist an ankle.
1217{walking through an area having or recently fought molerats} Curious creatures, Mole Rats.
1218Quite enamored with bits of shiny, the Mole Rat is. Occasionally they pilfer something useful.
1219{walking through an area having or recently fought molerats} Not your garden variety vermin. Nothing short of the saw or flame-spout will do for Mole Rats, I'm afraid.
1220{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} Bloody psychotic gits. If you'll pardon my French, sir.
1221{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders / Disgust} Bloody psychotic gits. If you'll pardon my French, mum.
1222{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} Be on the lookout for psychopaths, sir.
1223{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders / Concerned} Be on the lookout for psychopaths, mum.
1224{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} These nutters are completely off their rockers.
1225{(with bravado) walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} Point me at the next Raider you see. I'll take out the rubbish!
1226{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} Bloody beastly Raiders.
1227{walking through an area having or recently fought combatant robots} There's just no accounting for poor programming, I'm afraid.
1228{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} Careful, sir - no telling hostile programming from friendly, I'm sad to say. Not from a distance anyway.
1229{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders / Concerned} Careful, mum - no telling hostile programming from friendly, I'm sad to say. Not from a distance anyway.
1230{having or recently fought enemy robots} Don't blame them, sir. Some robots can't think for themselves. Rather sad really.
1231{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.having or recently fought enemy robots / Neutral} Don't blame them, mum. Some robots can't think for themselves. Rather sad really.
1232{walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders} Why humans ever programmed their creations to kill their makers, I'll never know.
1233{Warning the player - walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders / Concerned} Robots in the area, sir. Best be careful in case they aren't happy to see us.
1234{Warning the player - walking through an area having or recently fought Raiders / Concerned} Robots in the area, mum. Best be careful in case they aren't happy to see us.
1235{walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants} Keep eyes peeled for brutes, sir.
1236{walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants / Confident} Keep eyes peeled for brutes, mum.
1237{walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants} A troubling thought to remember that Super Mutants were created on purpose.
1238{walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants} Wee thinkers in over sized noggins - not often a recipe for civility.
1239{(nervous) - walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants} Not sure it's entirely safe here, sir. Super Mutants indiscriminately smash things they don't understand.
1240{(nervous) - walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants / Nervous} Not sure it's entirely safe here, mum. Super Mutants indiscriminately smash things they don't understand.
1241{(bravado masking nervousness) - walking through an area having or recently fought Super Mutants} Battling Super Mutants is no milk run, to be sure. But I suppose it is a bit exciting, now isn't it?
1242{Curious and thoughtful - Walking through an area having recently fought Synths. / Thinking} Imagine the good these synths could do if only programmed with the inclination.
1243{Nervous - Walking through an area having recently fought synths. / Nervous} There's something unnerving about synths. You never know if one's going to spring to life.
1244{Sympathetic at first, then more defiant, with attitude - Walking through an area having recently fought synths. / Thinking} I almost feel sorry for synths. Institute fodder, really... But try to kill me, and I'm afraid sympathy goes right o
1245{Slight disgust - Walking through an area having recently fought Synths. / Neutral} The Institute sure is frivolous with their toys.
1246{Concerned, warning the player - Having recently fought Synths. / Concerned} Careful not to trip over any loose parts, sir.
1247{Concerned, warning the player - Having recently fought Synths. / Concerned} Careful not to trip over any loose parts, mum.
1248{(wistful memory, then remembering player's spouse was recently murdered) -- walking through an airport} I remember eagerly waiting at the airport with the misses on your return from your tour of duty. Forget I mentioned it. Terribly insensi
1249{(wistful memory, then remembering player's spouse was recently murdered) -- walking through an airport[MINOR EDIT - Forgot to check the box :(] / Happy} I remember eagerly waiting at the airport with sir on your return from overseas. Oh! I.
1250{walking through an airport} We might be able to nick things of use if we can find any luggage lying about.
1251{("donkey's years" - in a very long time) walking through an airport} My, my... I haven't seen a plane in donkey's years. Funny how one forgets about such things.
1252{walking through an airport} Careful of radiation near any plane debris, sir.
1253{Warning the player - walking through an airport / Concerned} Careful of radiation near any plane debris, mum.
1254{(reliving dark days) walking through an airport} I suspect a fair number were lost here, trying to escape the bombs.
1255{(joking - "want to get drunk sir?") - walking through the ruins of a brewery} Fancy getting lashed, sir?
1256{(joking - "want to get drunk mum?") - walking through the ruins of a brewery / Question} Fancy getting lashed, mum?
1257{walking through the ruins of a brewery} Not much left. A shame. My mixed drink subroutines are top notch, if I do say so myself.
1258{walking through the ruins of a brewery} One of the joys of top shelf taste receptors is getting the flavor without the hang over!
1259{(light hearted) walking through ruins of brewery} Alcohol is one of the few things to survive the end of the world.
1260{(musing what it'd be like to get drunk) walking through ruins of a brewery} I sometimes wonder what'd it be like to get rightfully pissed. I suspect a bit like getting a fresh oil infusion.
1261{walking through a cave} I do hope nothing important rusts while we're down here.
1262{(anxious) walking through a cave} All manner of nasty creatures might call this place home.
1263{(trying to be enthused) walking through a cave} Fancying a bit of spelunking, are we, sir?
1264{(trying to be enthused) walking through a cave / Question} Fancying a bit of spelunking, are we, mum?
1265{walking through a cave} Can't say I'm entirely enthused by this particular detour.
1266{("I hope this isn't one of them" under his breath) - walking through a cave} Some caves meander on for miles. I hope this isn't one of them.
1267{(slightly condescending) walking through an encampment, shack, etc.} Is this a permanent residence, do you suppose?
1268{(slightly condescending)} I guess it's a home. Not sure I'd want to live here.
1269{walking through an encampment, shack, etc.} How many people are living here I wonder...
1270{(as in "in case someone returns") walking through an encampment, shack, etc.} Perhaps we shouldn't linger, sir.
1271{(as in "in case someone returns") walking through an encampment, shack, etc. / Concerned} Perhaps we shouldn't linger, mum.
1272{(slightly condescending) walking through an encampment, shack, etc.} Not exactly a domestic abode, now is it?
1273{walking through an old rusting factory} I'm more than a little uncertain about the structural integrity of this place.
1274{walking through an old rusting factory} Caution, sir. Might be creatures or cretins hiding in the shadows.
1275{Words of Caution 0 walking through an old rusting factory / Concerned} Caution, mum. Might be creatures or cretins hiding in the shadows.
1276{walking through an old rusting factory} Once a symbol of progress. Now just a rusty tomb for worn out machines.
1277{walking through an old rusting factory} Hope your tetanus shots are up to date, sir.
1278{Slightly amused with himself - walking through an old rusting factory / Amused} Hope your tetanus shots are up to date, mum.
1279{walking through an old rusting factory} We ought rummage about for useful odds and ends.
1280{wandering around the ruins of a hospital} We ought to putter around a moment. Could be medicine stashed somewhere around here.
1281{wandering around the ruins of a hospital} I'm glad I'm without superstition subroutines. This place would be rather spooky I'd imagine.
1282{(musing) wandering around the ruins of a hospital} I've an unfinished "Sawbones" subroutine buried in some commented out prototype code. I wonder if it'd work.
1283{wandering around the ruins of a hospital} With luck we'll find a cache of Stimpaks. Can't have too many of those, eh sir?
1284{wandering around the ruins of a hospital / Happy} With luck we'll find a cache of Stimpaks. Can't have too many of those, eh mum?
1285{wandering around the ruins of a hospital} There's fewer skeletons than I'd expect to find here. Hmm... there's a thought best left unfinished.
1286{walking around the ruins of a laboratory} I find myself rather intrigued by science.
1287{wandering around the ruins of a laboratory} There's often an abundance of clipboards found in places like this.
1288{wandering around the ruins of a laboratory} Chemistry. Biology. Super Science! It's all rather exciting, isn't it?
1289{(a fascinating but dark thought) - wandering around the ruins of a laboratory} I suspect the end of the world was likely conceived in a laboratory much like this.
1290{wandering around the ruins of a laboratory} Chemicals. A double edged sword, eh sir? Can boost one's natural capacities, but also turn one into a psychopathic murderer.
1291{Matter of fact. wandering around the ruins of a laboratory / Neutral} Chemicals. A double edged sword, eh mum? Can boost one's natural capacities, but also turn one into a psychopathic murderer.
1292{(making a joke) walking through ruins of a subway tunnel} Mind the gap.
1293{(making a joke) walking through ruins of a subway tunnel} I wonder how many people were trapped in the tunnels when the bombs fell. Must have been frightful.
1294{walking through ruins of a subway tunnel} No telling who or what calls this place home.
1295{(would much rather be somewhere else) walking through ruins of a subway tunnel} I trust we won't be staying here for long, sir?
1296{(would much rather be somewhere else) walking through ruins of a subway tunnel / Nervous} I trust we won't be staying here for long, mum?
1297{(wistful) walking through ruins of a subway tunnel} I've never ridden a tram, I don't suppose I ever shall.
1298{walking through ruins of a military installation} Likely to find something useful here, of the violent variety.
1299{walking through ruins of a military installation} With luck we'll find a cache of ammunition.
1300{(wistfully recalling Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme) walking through ruins of a military installation} All the king's horses and all the king's men...
1301{walking through ruins of a military installation} With a spot of luck, we should be able to nick something of use.
1302{(wistfully) walking through ruins of a military installation} They say to die for one's country is the greatest sacrifice. It's the ones left behind that bear the biggest burden, I should think.
1303{walking through the ruins of a monument} We learn history lest it repeat itself.
1304{walking through the ruins of a monument} To what deeds will monuments be erected now?
1305{walking through the ruins of a monument} Monuments are erected to heroes and great victories. Perhaps it's tyrants and our mistakes we should remember most.
1306{Thoughtful and slightly sad - walking through the ruins of a monument / Somber} Curious how long it will be before the purpose of the few remaining monuments is lost altogether.
1307{Thoughtful and slightly sad - walking through the ruins of a monument / Somber} I fear so much history will soon be forgotten.
1308{walking through ruins of an office} I wonder what the talk around the water cooler was on the day before the bombs dropped.
1309{walking through ruins of an office building} It's been over 200 years since I heard a telephone ring.
1310{(wistful) walking through ruins of an office building} How important what they were doing must have seemed at the time. Now, only faint shadows remain.
1311{walking through ruins of an office building} A small solace people working here were most likely at home with their families when the world ended.
1312{walking through ruins of an office building} Not much use left to items in desk drawers now, is there?
1313{walking through ruins of a park} How many families were enjoying a weekend holiday when the bombs fell?
1314{walking through ruins of a park} How I miss family trips to the park.
1315{Hopeful - walking through ruins of a park / Happy} Perhaps one day, this park will be put back to good use.
1316{Slightly disturbed - walking through ruins of a park / Neutral} Something so eerie about an abandoned park. As if you can hear echoes of children playing.
1317{(trying to be jovial) walking through ruins of a park} Fancy a picnic, sir?
1318{(trying to be jovial) walking through ruins of a park / Friendly} Fancy a picnic, mum?
1319{walking through ruins of quarry} What were they mining here?
1320{walking through ruins of quarry} This crater took years to open. Those left by the bombs took seconds.
1321{walking through ruins of quarry} Did I ever mention I'm afraid of heights?
1322{(nervous) walking through ruins of quarry} My word... that's a long way to fall.
1323{walking through ruins of quarry} To think all this would have to be done with shovels and pickaxes now.
1324{(sarcastically) walking through ruins of town} What a lovely neighborhood.
1325{walking through ruins of town} Perhaps we ought to take a gander in one of these buildings.
1326{walking through ruins of town} Simple rot and lack of good groundskeeping has done this place in more than any bomb.
1327{walking through ruins of town} Might be worth poking our beaks in some of these buildings.
1328{(playfully sarcastic) walking through ruins of town} Well, if this isn't a fine and dandy town.
1329{walking through ruins of an urban area} This place is still largely standing.
1330{walking through ruins of an urban area} Steel and concrete, and still standing.
1331{walking through ruins of an urban area} Careful, sir. Never know who or what might pop out from around the corner.
1332{walking through ruins of an urban area} Blimey what a little rain, wind, and weed will do to a place.
1333{(attempt at being lighthearted) walking through ruins of an urban area} More than a few potholes around here.
1334{walking through ruins of a rusty salvage yard} One man's junk is another man's treasure.
1335{walking through ruins of a rusty salvage yard} When I go, promise you'll do something more fitting than toss me in one of these places.
1336{walking through ruins of a rusty salvage yard} It's unlikely there will be anything in this rubbish. But I suppose it wouldn't hurt to look around.
1337{Making an observation - walking through ruins of a rusty salvage yard / Neutral} Almost hard to tell the difference between a salvage yard and a town these days.
1338{A little disturbed - walking through ruins of a rusty salvage yard / Somber} There's something quite morbid about a salvage yard. I suppose it's more of a... graveyard to someone like me.
1339{walking through ruins of a school} Poor babies. At least they were home with their parents.
1340{walking through ruins of a school} I often imagined young Shaun attending school in the Vault.
1341{(wistful) walking through ruins of a school} I was looking forward to Halloween and being visited by young Trick-or-Treaters before... it happened.
1342{walking through ruins of a school} It's a shame that there are no Child-Handies. I think I'd rather enjoy being some tot's father.
1343{Curious - walking through ruins of a school / Thinking} I wonder what the history lessons of today are like.
1344{(jokingly) walking through ruins of a ship} Ship ahoy!
1345{(humorously impersonating a pirate - badly) walking through ruins of a ship} Yaaargh, matey! Perchance we find a chest of dabloons!
1346{walking through ruins of a ship} Wonder how the lads at sea fared and what they thought when they returned.
1347{walking through ruins of a ship} I'm not sure this ship is exactly seaworthy.
1348{Thoughtful - walking through ruins of a ship / Thinking} Ships seem little more than curiosities and homes these days. I wonder if they'll ever regain their former glory.
1349{walking through ruins of a skyscrapper} I've mentioned I'm not a fan of heights?
1350{walking through ruins of a skyscraper} I say, it's a miracle this old tower is still standing.
1351{walking through ruins of a skyscraper} It's a bit of a stroll all the way to the top.
1352{walking through ruins of a skyscraper} It's stood this long, what are the chances of it falling now?
1353{walking through ruins of a skyscraper} Lots of floors for who-knows-what to be living in.
1354{walking through ruins of a store} Bits of odds and ends. Might find something of use bobbing around in here.
1355{walking through ruins of a store} We should turn this place over. Might find something of use.
1356{walking through ruins of a store} It took awhile for the looting to start. Was frightfully quiet in those early days.
1357{Nostalgic - walking through ruins of a store / Neutral} I do miss the hustle and bustle of a good shopping spree.
1358{(jokingly) walking through ruins of a store} Fancy a bit of shopping, sir?
1359{(jokingly) walking through ruins of a store / Question} Fancy a bit of shopping, mum?
1360{walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area} I do hope this leads us somewhere.
1361{(would much rather be elsewhere) walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area} Do we expect to be here long, sir?
1362{(would much rather be elsewhere) walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area / Neutral} Do we expect to be here long, mum?
1363{walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area} These underground areas were the poor man's Vault. Not sure who had the better of it.
1364{walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area} Perhaps we shouldn't dawdle, sir.
1365{Slightly Nervous - walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area / Neutral} Perhaps we shouldn't dawdle, mum.
1366{(stress "suppose" as in, it'd be a miracle) walking through ruins of tunnel / underground area} I suppose it's possible there's something of use down here.
1367{Matter of fact - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} My olfactory sensors are picking up quite a strong odor.
1368{Slightly disgusted - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} I can't imagine we'll find anything... pleasant in here.
1369{Slightly disgusted - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} I wonder what sort of creatures would call this place home.
1370{Slightly disgusted, rather be anywhere else - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} Sir, isn't there somewhere else you'd rather be? A park perhaps? Or generally anywhere else but here?
1371{Slightly disgusted, rather be anywhere else - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} Mum, isn't there somewhere else you'd rather be? A park perhaps? Or generally anywhere else but here?
1372{Slightly disgusted - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} Sir, please tell me we won't be here long.
1373{Slightly disgusted - Walking in/near a sewage area. / Neutral} Mum, please tell me we won't be here long.
1374{walking through a vault} I always imagined life in the vault as more... I don't know, cheery?
1375{walking through a vault} Rather sterile, isn't it?
1376{walking through a vault} The layout and decorating's a tad bit on the repetitive side.
1377{(cheerily) walking through a vault} There's bound to be good ransacking to be had here, eh sir?
1378{(cheerily) walking through a vault / Neutral} There's bound to be good ransacking to be had here, eh mum?
1379{(sharing a disturbing rumor) walking through a vault} I've heard all these places were doing... experiments. Some more ghastly than others.
1380{walking through ruins of a warehouse} Something to be had in one of these rooms no doubt.
1381{walking through ruins of a warehouse} I'm willing to bet goodies are piled up in this warehouse somewhere.
1382{walking through ruins of a warehouse} Is this warehouse holding more beauties or more beasties?
1383{walking through ruins of a warehouse} Must be something useful here amongst all this rubbish.
1384{walking through ruins of a warehouse} We should give this place a good once over.
1385{walking along a waterfront} Water and robotics don't exactly mix well.
1386{walking along a waterfront} I hope you aren't planning on taking me swimming, sir.
1387{walking along a waterfront / Concerned} I hope you aren't planning on taking me swimming, mum.
1388{walking along a waterfront} The pond is bigger now isn't it. I don't suppose anyone will ever see the other side of it again.
1389{Curious - walking along a waterfront / Question} I wonder how much life is left in the ol' oceans these days.
1390{(half joke, half sad comment) walking along a waterfront} Not exactly a day at the beach, is it, sir?
1391{(half joke, half sad comment) walking along a waterfront / Friendly} Not exactly a day at the beach, is it, mum?
1392{with great affection } Even at the worst of times. Things aren't so bad when you're around, sir.
1393{with great affection / Happy} Even at the worst of times. Things aren't so bad when you're around, mum.
1394{exceedingly pleased} Quite an adventure we're on!
1395{with great affection } I'm glad to be with you, sir.
1396{with great affection / Happy} I'm glad to be with you, mum.
1397There's hope after all.
1398{with great affection } I'm so glad to be off adventuring with you, sir.
1399{with great affection / Happy} I'm so glad to be off adventuring with you, mum.
1400{with great affection } To think I waited 200 years for you to come out of that Vault, and you did!
1401{exceedingly pleased} Things aren't so bad, are they?
1402{with great affection } We make a good team, don't we, sir?
1403{with great affection / Happy} We make a good team, don't we, mum?
1404{with great affection and conviction} I won't let anything hurt you, sir. You can count on me!
1405{with great affection and conviction / Happy} I won't let anything hurt you, mum. You can count on me!
1406{with a great smile} The end of the world is more like a new beginning, eh sir?
1407{with a great smile / Happy} The end of the world is more like a new beginning, eh mum?
1408{sincere, glad} I live to serve, sir.
1409{sincere, glad / Happy} I live to serve, mum.
1410{sincere, glad} I won't let you down, sir.
1411{sincere, glad / Happy} I won't let you down, mum.
1412{sincere, glad} I'm glad you're here.
1413{sincere, glad} Right as rain, sir.
1414{sincere, glad / Happy} Right as rain, mum.
1415{sincere, glad} Tally ho!
1416{whistling a happy tune - sincere, glad} *Whistling*
1417{humming a happy made up ditty - sincere, glad} *Humming*
1418{sincere, glad} Nothing we can't handle, eh sir?
1419{sincere, glad / Happy} Nothing we can't handle, eh mum?
1420{matter of fact, obediently "happy"} You're a real font of stick-to-it, sir. I'm glad to be right here with you through it all.
1421{matter of fact, obediently "happy" / Neutral} You're a real font of stick-to-it, mum. I'm glad to be right here with you through it all.
1422{matter of fact, obediently "happy"} I live to serve... sir.
1423{matter of fact, obediently "happy" / Neutral} I live to serve... mum.
1424{matter of fact, obediently "happy"} Not tiring of this, sir. Not one bit.
1425{matter of fact, obediently "happy" / Neutral} Not tiring of this, mum. Not one bit.
1426{matter of fact, obediently "happy" - but angling for something else} You sure there isn't something else you'd rather I be doing, sir?
1427{matter of fact, obediently "happy" - but angling for something else / Neutral} You sure there isn't something else you'd rather I be doing, mum?
1428{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} I live to serve, sir.
1429{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else. / Sarcastic} I live to serve, mum.
1430{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} This is all so terribly exciting.
1431{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} And to think I could be off somewhere dusting or weeding.
1432{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} Oh, what fun! Traipsing hither and thither.
1433{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} Don't you worry about me, sir. About what I might rather be doing. Don't worry about it one jot or tittle.
1434{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else. / Sarcastic} Don't you worry about me, mum. About what I might rather be doing. Don't worry about it one jot or tittle.
1435{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} Not to worry, sir. Things are going smashingly.
1436{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else. / Sarcastic} Not to worry, mum. Things are going smashingly.
1437{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} To think there's no-one else you'd rather take with you? How lucky I am.
1438{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} This isn't tedious at all. No, sir. Not at all.
1439{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else. / Sarcastic} This isn't tedious at all. No, mum. Not at all.
1440{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} Taking me on your adventure. Brilliant idea, sir. Fabulous. Really.
1441{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else. / Sarcastic} Taking me on your adventure. Brilliant idea, mum. Fabulous. Really.
1442{aggressively sarcastic, not trying to hide it. Would rather be doing anything else with anyone else.} Splendid!
1443{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} To think I actually respected you.
1444{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} I'm not sure who I'm disappointed in most. You... or me, for believing in you.
1445{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} If only you'd never graced the Commonwealth with your presence. We'd all be better for it.
1446{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} It's hard to determine what's worse: Raiders, Super Mutants... or you.
1447{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} It's people like you that keep ruining this world for everyone else.
1448{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} If only you'd never left that Vault. The Commonwealth would have one less villain.
1449{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} Believe me when I say, I wish nothing more than to erase my memory of you entirely... but then I'd hate to make the same mistake twice.
1450{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} Just when I start to think the day is going well, I realize I'm still stuck here... with you.
1451{Highly irritated - Hates the player / Irritated} Can we please wrap up whatever it is you're doing? The sooner you have no need of me, the better.
1452{Highly irritated - Hates the player - "Ugh" can be any disgusted noise. / Disgust} Ugh. The company I keep.
1453{Irritated with the weather and dislikes water. / Irritated} Just thinking how wonderful it'd be to get out of this infernal rain.
1454{Impressed with the sunrise / Impressed} Mother Nature never ceases to amaze... Through all the post war devastation, the sunrise is still quite impressive.
1455{matter of fact, obediently "happy"} Yes, well, isn't this all very exciting.
1456{matter of fact, obediently "happy" - but angling for something else} Are you sure there isn't someone more suited to all this?
1457{matter of fact, obediently "happy"} Ahem.
1458{matter of fact, obediently "happy"} Well, well, well.
1459{matter of fact, obediently "happy" - but angling for something else} Are you certain I'm the man for the job, sir?
1460{matter of fact, obediently "happy" - but angling for something else / Neutral} Are you certain I'm the man for the job, mum?
1461{whistling in a bored, listless manner} *Whistling*
1462{singing a made up melody, clearly bored} La-di-da-di-da...
1463{sincere, glad} Beats doing housework.
1464{sincere, glad} This is all much more exciting than domestic life I assure you!
1465000BDE2A{said after player takes too much loot and is over encumbered} Gathered a little more than we can carry, did we, sir?
1466{said after player takes too much loot and is over encumbered / Amused} Gathered a little more than we can carry, did we, mum?
1467{said after player takes too much loot and is over encumbered} Pockets able to carry more than you, eh?
1468{said after player takes too much loot and is over encumbered} Surely you can put some of that down?
1469{said after player takes too much loot and is over encumbered} Best to finally choose which of that load to drop.
1470{said after player takes too much loot and is over encumbered} Having a problem letting go?
1471000BBF45{said while player is walking around naked} Sir, I'd be remiss were I not to inform you of your bare-cheekedness.
1472{said while player is walking around naked / Neutral} Mum, I'd be remiss were I not to inform you of your bare-cheekedness.
1473{said while player is walking around naked} Um... sir? You're bearing all to the world, and then some.
1474{said while player is walking around naked / Puzzled} Um... mum? You're bearing all to the world, and then some.
1475{said while player is walking around naked} I dare say, you're leaving little to the imagination.
1476{said while player is walking around naked} I know the world has ended, but certainly we ought to strive for a little common decency.
1477{(a joke. bare minimum being a play on bare nakedness) said while player is walking around naked} Wearing the bare minimum I see. Aha. But seriously, sir. Put on some pants at the very least.
1478{(a joke. bare minimum being a play on bare nakedness) said while player is walking around naked / Amused} Wearing the bare minimum I see. Aha. But seriously, mum. Put on some pants at the very least.
1479000BBF44{said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems} Very clever!
1480{(making a joke... since he's a "Mr. Handy") said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems} You're very handy, sir. And I should know. Aha.
1481{(making a joke... since he's a "Mr. Handy") said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems / Neutral} You're very handy, mum. And I should know. Aha.
1482{said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems} Well done.
1483{said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems} A round of applause, sir.
1484{said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems / Neutral} A round of applause, mum.
1485{said after player builds something at a workbench, cooks food, or makes chems} Look at that!
1486000BBF43{Said after player triggers a mine or trap to go off.} Whoopsie!
1487{Said after player triggers a mine or trap to go off.} Feeling a bit clumsy today?
1488{Said after player triggers a mine or trap to go off.} Well, that was unfortunate, now wasn't it?
1489{Said after player triggers a mine or trap to go off.} It's times like these I'm glad I don't have legs.
1490{Said after player triggers a mine or trap to go off.} Are we having a spot of trouble avoiding exploding ourselves?
1491000BBF42{said after player starts swimming} May I remind, sir, that robots and water don't exactly get along famously?
1492{said after player starts swimming / Neutral} May I remind, mum, that robots and water don't exactly get along famously?
1493{said after player starts swimming} Dare I say, I've made it 200 years without a speck of rust by strict and careful routine. And swimming was not part of it.
1494{said after player starts swimming} Robots do not prefer to swim, I'm afraid.
1495{said after player starts swimming} Water... well, I suppose you only live once, eh?
1496{said after player starts swimming} I trust you don't expect me to follow you in there... Oh bother. Here goes nothing...
1497{(second sentence said under breath) said after player starts swimming} I'm afraid I don't have a swimsuit, sir. You know, because robots don't go under water.
1498{(second sentence said under breath) said after player starts swimming / Neutral} I'm afraid I don't have a swimsuit, mum. You know, because robots don't go under water.
1499000BBF41{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone} Come now, sir! Surely we are above petty pickpocketry.
1500{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone / Disgust} Come now, mum! Surely we are above petty pickpocketry.
1501{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone} I'm terribly shocked and don't know what to say.
1502{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone} I see, sir. Other people's pockets are simply an irresistible draw?
1503{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone / Disgust} I see, mum. Other people's pockets are simply an irresistible draw?
1504{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone} Really now.
1505{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone} Sir, I can't condone such activities. Not in good conscience anyway.
1506{(disapprovingly) player pick pockets someone / Disgust} Mum, I can't condone such activities. Not in good conscience anyway.
1507000BBF40{(disapproving) said after player steals.} Small case of the sticky fingers? ...sir.
1508{(disapproving) said after player steals. / Disgust} Small case of the sticky fingers? ...mum.
1509{(disapproving) said after player steals.} Abandoning the high road this time, are we?
1510{(disapproving) said after player steals.} Forgot right from wrong, did we? Temporarily, of course.
1511{(disapproving) said after player steals.} I'm sure we could have done without, or found some other way of acquiring that.
1512{(disapproving) said after player steals.} I would have thought we were above that sort of thing.
1513000BBF3F{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue} Really put the screws to 'em there, sir.
1514{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue / Disgust} Really put the screws to 'em there, mum.
1515{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue} Worried about developing a reputation as a push-over, are we, sir?
1516{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue / Disgust} Worried about developing a reputation as a push-over, are we, mum?
1517{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue} Nothing quite like a good shake down.
1518{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue} Not feeling in the charitable mood?
1519{(disapprovingly) said after player tries to haggle/convince/cajole more from someone else in dialogue} Not sure that was entirely necessary, we could have done with less.
1520000BBF3E{said after player receives a reward for doing something} I'm sure we'll put that to good use.
1521{said after player receives a reward for doing something} That should come in handy.
1522{said after player receives a reward for doing something} Might I suggest we save that for a rainy day?
1523{said after player receives a reward for doing something} Well done.
1524{said after player receives a reward for doing something} That'll be useful.
1525000BBF3D{said after player reads a skill book (which makes the player better at something)} You're looking smarter already, sir.
1526{said after player reads a skill book (which makes the player better at something) / Happy} You're looking smarter already, mum.
1527{said after player reads a skill book (which makes the player better at something)} Good read?
1528{said after player reads a skill book (which makes the player better at something)} Glad to see you still fancy intellectual pursuits.
1529{said after player reads a skill book (which makes the player better at something)} Taking the brain out for a stroll?
1530{said after player reads a skill book (which makes the player better at something)} I'm surprised to see anyone reading a book anymore.
1531000BBF3C{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning} Sir... you don't look so good.
1532{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning / Concerned} Mum... you don't look so good.
1533{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning} Sir, I believe you may have radiation poisoning. We should seek medical attention.
1534{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning / Concerned} Mum, I believe you may have radiation poisoning. We should seek medical attention.
1535{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning} You're looking a little pale, sir.
1536{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning / Concerned} You're looking a little pale, mum.
1537{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning} Little worse for wear there.
1538{said after player is exhibiting signs of radiation poisoning} Have you considered seeking professional medical assistance?
1539000BBF3B{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage} Sir, sensors indicate the presence of radiation.
1540{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage / Concerned} Mum, sensors indicate the presence of radiation.
1541{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage} Mind the Geiger counter.
1542{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage} Radiation, sir.
1543{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage / Concerned} Radiation, mum.
1544{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage} Caution. Radiation.
1545{(concerned) said when player is taking radiation damage} Picking up high levels of radioactivity.
1546000BBF3A{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat)} Can you stay on your feet, sir?
1547{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Can you stay on your feet, mum?
1548{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat)} Sir, your leg! I'm not sure it's supposed to bend that direction.
1549{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Mum, your leg! I'm not sure it's supposed to bend that direction.
1550{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat)} Got your leg bad.
1551{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat)} Hang in there, sir!
1552{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Hang in there, mum!
1553{player's leg is crippled (likely during combat)} Keep fighting! We'll make it out of this!
1554000BBF39{player's head is crippled (likely during combat)} Stay with us, sir!
1555{player's head is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Stay with us, mum!
1556{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.player's head is crippled (likely during combat)} Stiff upper lip. You'll pull through!
1557{player's head is crippled (likely during combat)} Clipped your noggin' good, sir. Try not to fall unconscious!
1558{player's head is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Clipped your noggin' good, mum. Try not to fall unconscious!
1559{player's head is crippled (likely during combat)} Beaned your bean pretty good there!
1560{player's head is crippled (likely during combat)} Oh, sir! That look's like it hurt!
1561{player's head is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Oh, mum! That look's like it hurt!
1562000BBF38{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat)} Oh no, sir. Your arm!
1563{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Oh no, mum. Your arm!
1564{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat)} Blasted all. They winged you!
1565{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat)} Sir! Your arm alright?
1566{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat) / Concerned} Mum! Your arm alright?
1567{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat)} Your arm!
1568{player's arm is crippled (likely during combat)} Got your arm good, there.
1569000BBF37{(disapproving) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing)} We're trespassing now, sir?
1570{(disapproving) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing) / Neutral} We're trespassing now, mum?
1571{(disapproving) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing)} You lead, I'll follow. But for the record, this is a bad idea.
1572{(disapproving - second line under his breath) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing)} Who needs keys? You know, other than the people who locked that door.
1573{(disapproving - second sentence under his breath) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing)} Why let a little lock stop us, eh? Dear me, I'm an accessory now, aren't I?
1574{(disapproving) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing)} Sir... I'm not sure about this.
1575{(disapproving) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing) / Neutral} Mum... I'm not sure about this.
1576{(sarcastic, disapproving) said after player picks the lock of door that is owned by someone (ie trespassing) / Neutral} No, no. I'm sure that was locked for no reason... no reason at all.
1577000BBF36{(concerned - but it might be locked by enemy combatant, so it's not necessarily a moral issue) said after the player picks a lock} I was unaware one could do that with a bobby pin.
1578{(concerned - but it might be locked by enemy combatant, so it's not necessarily a moral issue) said after the player picks a lock} Might that have been locked for a reason?
1579{(concerned - but it might be locked by enemy combatant, so it's not necessarily a moral issue) said after the player picks a lock} We won't be stopped by a little thing like a lock, will we sir?
1580{(concerned - but it might be locked by enemy combatant, so it's not necessarily a moral issue) said after the player picks a lock / Neutral} We won't be stopped by a little thing like a lock, will we mum?
1581{(concerned - but it might be locked by enemy combatant, so it's not necessarily a moral issue) said after the player picks a lock} Clever.
1582{(concerned - but it might be locked by enemy combatant, so it's not necessarily a moral issue) said after the player picks a lock} Cracked that in no time.
1583000BBF35{(distraught) said after player murders someone} That was beyond called for, sir.
1584{(distraught) said after player murders someone / Angry} That was beyond called for, mum.
1585{(distraught) said after player murders someone} I'm simply beside myself with grief.
1586{(distraught) said after player murders someone} Sir, I... those were people. You murdered them.
1587{(distraught) said after player murders someone / Angry} Mum, I... those were people. You murdered them.
1588{(distraught) said after player murders someone} How could you?
1589{(distraught) said after player murders someone} That was murder, plain and simple.
1590000BBF34{said after player modifies weapon or armor} Ingenious.
1591{said after player modifies weapon or armor} Brilliant.
1592{said after player modifies weapon or armor} How clever.
1593{said after player modifies weapon or armor} That's a right nice piece, sir.
1594{said after player modifies weapon or armor / Neutral} That's a right nice piece, mum.
1595{said after player modifies weapon or armor} You're a clever one, sir.
1596{said after player modifies weapon or armor / Neutral} You're a clever one, mum.
1597000BBF33{said after player modifies weapon or armor} Well, aren't you the crafty one?
1598{said after player modifies weapon or armor} Clever, clever.
1599{said after player modifies weapon or armor} That's a smart looking piece.
1600{said after player modifies weapon or armor} That's a proper outfit.
1601{said after player modifies weapon or armor} Nice one.
1602000BBF32{said after player loots a pre-war object} Pining for the good ol' days, sir?
1603{said after player loots a pre-war object / Neutral} Pining for the good ol' days, mum?
1604{said after player loots a pre-war object} Nice to have mementos.
1605{said after player loots a pre-war object} Taking a trip down memory lane with that?
1606{said after player loots a pre-war object} Bit of the ol' world, eh?
1607{said after player loots a pre-war object} Soppy for the old days?
1608000BBF31{said after player loots junk} Surely you meant to leave that rubbish where you found it?
1609{said after player loots junk} Are we pack rats now, sir?
1610{said after player loots junk / Neutral} Are we pack rats now, mum?
1611{said after player loots junk} If there's a use to that, I'll eat my hat.
1612{said after player loots junk} Rubbish.
1613{said after player loots junk} Hoarding now?
1614000BBF30{player loots an epic weapon} Bingo!
1615{player loots an epic weapon} Top shelf, that.
1616{player loots an epic weapon} Splendid!
1617{player loots an epic weapon} Hello!
1618{player loots an epic weapon} Would you look at that?
1619000BBF2F{said after player loots corpse} Nick anything good?
1620{said after player loots corpse} Well, he certainly doesn't need that anymore.
1621{said after player loots corpse} Noddy work, but wouldn't want to leave the good stuff.
1622{said after player loots corpse} Good pickings?
1623{said after player loots corpse} Well, hello there.
1624000BBF2E{(second sentence under breath) said after player jump down from large height} I'll be right there, sir! Soon as I find a way down.
1625{(second sentence under breath) said after player jump down from large height / Neutral} I'll be right there, mum! Soon as I find a way down.
1626{said after player jump down from large height} Cor, blimey!
1627{said after player jump down from large height} You did that on purpose?
1628{said after player jump down from large height} Longer than it looks, eh?
1629{said after player jump down from large height} Coming, sir.
1630{said after player jump down from large height / Neutral} Coming, mum.
1631000BBF2D{(as in "good job!") said after player heals dogmeat with a stimpak} He's looking less peaked now.
1632{(as in "good job!") said after player heals dogmeat with a stimpak} Very good. Pup's on his way to a solid mending.
1633{(as in "good job!") said after player heals dogmeat with a stimpak} Brilliant!
1634{(as in "good job!") said after player heals dogmeat with a stimpak} He's looking better now.
1635{(as in "good job!") said after player heals dogmeat with a stimpak} Feeling better, pal?
1636000BBF2C{Grateful - Player just healed him / Grateful} Just what the mechanic ordered, eh sir?
1637{Grateful - Player just healed him / Grateful} Just what the mechanic ordered, eh mum?
1638{Grateful - Player just healed him / Grateful} Good to be back in the game.
1639{Grateful - Player just healed him / Grateful} Good as new.
1640000BBF2B{said after player hacks a computer} Well done. Well done, indeed.
1641{said after player hacks a computer} I do believe you've told that terminal what for!
1642{said after player hacks a computer} Right-o!
1643{said after player hacks a computer} Finally sussed it out, did we?
1644{said after player hacks a computer} Nice one, sir!
1645{said after player hacks a computer / Happy} Nice one, mum!
1646000BBF2A{player gets into a vertibird} We taking this bird for a spin then?
1647{player gets into a vertibird} Ah! Very good. We'll take to the air.
1648{player gets into a vertibird} Tally ho!
1649{player gets into a vertibird} Chocks away!
1650{player gets into a vertibird} Here we go!
1651000BBF29{said after player gets into power armor} Smashing! Look out, here we come!
1652{said after player gets into power armor} You'll be unstoppable in that!
1653{said after player gets into power armor} Splendid! You could tackle anything in that.
1654{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.said after player gets into power armor} Tally ho, indeed!
1655{said after player gets into power armor} Have a riot, sir!
1656{said after player gets into power armor / Nervous} Have a riot, mum!
1657000BBF28{said after player drops useful item} Did you mean to drop that?
1658{said after player drops useful item} We just leaving that there? Seems like a waste.
1659{said after player drops useful item} Tired of carrying that around, are we?
1660{said after player drops useful item} Can't be bothered any longer?
1661{said after player drops useful item} Interesting place to put that. Though, one might wonder why we don't keep it for a rainy day.
1662000BBF27{said after player takes a drink.} Cheers!
1663{said after player takes a drink.} Thirsty, sir?
1664{said after player takes a drink. / Neutral} Thirsty, mum?
1665{said after player takes a drink.} Bottoms up.
1666{said after player takes a drink.} Getting slashed, are we?
1667{said after player takes a drink.} That should lift the spirits, sir.
1668{said after player takes a drink. / Neutral} That should lift the spirits, mum.
1669000BBF26{pleased the player is donating helpful items to others} Well done. One good turn and all that.
1670{pleased the player is donating helpful items to others} Good show!
1671{pleased the player is donating helpful items to others} Every small kindness rebuilds the world a little at a time.
1672{pleased the player is donating helpful items to others} Right neighborly of you, sir.
1673{pleased the player is donating helpful items to others / Happy} Right neighborly of you, mum.
1674{pleased the player is donating helpful items to others} Jolly well done.
1675000BBF25{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat)} The mutt's looking in a bad way, sir.
1676{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat) / Concerned} The mutt's looking in a bad way, mum.
1677{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat)} The pup is down for the count!
1678{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat)} The dog, sir!
1679{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat) / Concerned} The dog, mum!
1680{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat)} Mutt's taken one for the team.
1681{dogmeat is bleeding out (likely in combat)} Poor pooch.
1682000BBF24{player is shooting his gun in public} Careful, sir, they're liable to think you're off your rocker.
1683{player is shooting his gun in public / Neutral} Careful, mum, they're liable to think you're off your rocker.
1684{player is shooting his gun in public} Whoa there, cowboy.
1685{player is shooting her gun in public / Neutral} Whoa there, cowgirl.
1686{player is shooting his gun in public} Shooting at ghosts?
1687{player is shooting his gun in public} We certain that's a good idea?
1688{player is shooting his gun in public} Careful now.
1689000BBF22{head is crippled in combat} Thinker's on the blink, sir.
1690{head is crippled in combat / Neutral} Thinker's on the blink, mum.
1691{head is crippled in combat} Cracked me in the ol' bucket I'm afraid!
1692{head is crippled in combat} Brained me, sir.
1693{head is crippled in combat / Neutral} Brained me, mum.
1694{head is crippled in combat} A bit rattled, but ready for battle!
1695{head is crippled in combat} I'm operating at less than full capacity, sir.
1696{head is crippled in combat / Neutral} I'm operating at less than full capacity, mum.
1697000BBF21{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance)} Bollocks. My arm is on the fritz.
1698{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance)} Arm's bent.
1699{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance)} There goes my arm, sir.
1700{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance) / Irritated} There goes my arm, mum.
1701{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance)} My arm, sir!
1702{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance) / Worried} My arm, mum!
1703{arm is crippled in combat (no sense of pain, more annoyance)} Gah! My arm.
1704000BBF20{commenting on player taking chems} Need a little pick-me up?
1705{commenting on player taking chems} Easy does it there. Don't want to go nodding off at an inopportune moment.
1706{commenting on player taking chems} Careful not to over do it there.
1707{commenting on player taking chems} A little self medicating, sir? Shouldn't a doctor be doing that?
1708{commenting on player taking chems / Neutral} A little self medicating, mum? Shouldn't a doctor be doing that?
1709{go easy commenting on player taking chems} Steady on there.
1710000BBF1F{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol} Looking a bit peaked, sir.
1711{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol / Concerned} Looking a bit peaked, mum.
1712{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol} Are you well, sir?
1713{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol / Concerned} Are you well, mum?
1714{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol} You're shaking a little there... are you ill, sir?
1715{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol / Concerned} You're shaking a little there... are you ill, mum?
1716{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol} Feeling a bit knackered, are we, sir?
1717{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol / Concerned} Feeling a bit knackered, are we, mum?
1718{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol} Sir, if I didn't know better, I'd say you were zonked out.
1719{concerned the player has become addicted to chems/alcohol / Concerned} Mum, if I didn't know better, I'd say you were zonked out.
1720000BBF1E{Disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Disgust} Sir, really. That all seemed entirely unnecessary.
1721{Disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Disgust} Mum, really. That all seemed entirely unnecessary.
1722{Disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Disgust} Choosing the lesser route? Honestly, sir, I would have thought such actions beneath you.
1723{Disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Disgust} Choosing the lesser route? Honestly, mum, I would have thought such actions beneath you.
1724{Disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Disgust} Resorting to violence? Losing your wits, are we?
1725{Disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Disgust} With people like you making decisions, no wonder nuclear war broke out.
1726{Sarcastic and disappointed - Player choosing a violent option over a peaceful one. / Sarcastic} Oh yes, forget ending this peacefully... Talking is simply too much effort.
1727000BBF1D{showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness} We could have afforded to be a smidge more generous, I should think.
1728{showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness} Oh come now, sir. We could have been more helpful than that, certainly.
1729{showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness / Surprised} Oh come now, mum. We could have been more helpful than that, certainly.
1730{(second sentence under the breath) showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness} You've changed, sir. And I'm not sure for the better.
1731{(second sentence under the breath) showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness / Disgust} You've changed, mum. And I'm not sure for the better.
1732{showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness} I dare say, would it have been so terrible to offer a helping hand?
1733{showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness} Hmm... not sure I approve, sir. Doesn't seem neighborly.
1734{showing disapproval to the player's show of selfishness / Concerned} Hmm... not sure I approve, mum. Doesn't seem neighborly.
1735000BBF1B{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} Well done, sir. There's already enough violence in this world.
1736{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} Well done, mum. There's already enough violence in this world.
1737{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} And we all live to see another day.
1738{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} I'll never understand why people feel the need to resort to violence.
1739{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} A fine move, mum. Spoken like a true negotiator.
1740{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} A fine move, sir. Spoken like a true negotiator.
1741{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} If only everyone had as much sense as you, sir.
1742{Happy - player has taken the peaceful route. / Happy} If only everyone had as much sense as you, mum.
1743000BBF1A{appreciating the player's niceness} Good to see you're as nice as ever, sir.
1744{appreciating the player's niceness / Happy} Good to see you're as nice as ever, mum.
1745{appreciating the player's niceness} A kind gesture goes a long way.
1746{appreciating the player's niceness} I say, that was kind of you, sir!
1747{appreciating the player's niceness / Happy} I say, that was kind of you, mum!
1748{appreciating the player's niceness} Right fine of you, sir.
1749{appreciating the player's niceness / Happy} Right fine of you, mum.
1750{appreciating the player's niceness} Never can be too kind, can we?
1751000BBF19{showing disapproval to the player's show of meanness} Well, that seemed right spiteful, if you were to ask me. And I know you didn't.
1752{showing disapproval to the player's show of meanness} Really? Come now, sir. Certainly that wasn't necessary.
1753{showing disapproval to the player's show of meanness / Disgust} Really? Come now, mum. Certainly that wasn't necessary.
1754{showing disapproval to the player's show of meanness} Surely we could display a little more decency than that?
1755{showing disapproval to the player's show of meanness} Would it kill us to show an ounce of kindness now and again?
1756{showing disapproval to the player's show of meanness} Come off it. We're bigger than that, certainly.
1757000BBF18{(quoting) appreciating the player's generosity} It is more blessed to give than to receive.
1758{appreciating the player's generosity} We do what we can, sir. And that is all anyone could ever ask of us.
1759{appreciating the player's generosity / Friendly} We do what we can, mum. And that is all anyone could ever ask of us.
1760{appreciating the player's generosity} Mighty fine of you, sir.
1761{appreciating the player's generosity / Happy} Mighty fine of you, mum.
1762{appreciating the player's generosity} Jolly good show, indeed.
1763{appreciating the player's generosity} Good show, sir!
1764{appreciating the player's generosity / Happy} Good show, mum!
176500092E5F{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player just did. / Happy} Jolly good show, sir.
1766{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player just did. / Happy} Jolly good show, mum.
1767{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did.} You're truly unmatched in efforts. If only more people were like you.
1768{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} If only the Commonwealth knew how lucky it is to have you.
1769{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} If only the missus were here, sir. She'd be quite proud.
1770{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} If only sir were here, mum. He'd be quite proud.
1771{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Truly, sir, that was one for the books.
1772{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Truly, mum, that was one for the books.
1773{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Top notch, sir. I wouldn't expect anything less.
1774{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Top notch, mum. I wouldn't expect anything less.
1775{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Brilliant, sir. Absolutely brilliant.
1776{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Brilliant, mum. Absolutely brilliant.
1777{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Spot on, sir. Your deeds never cease to impress.
1778{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} Spot on, mum. Your deeds never cease to impress.
1779{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} You never cease to amaze, sir.
1780{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} You never cease to amaze, mum.
1781{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} You're a true humanitarian, sir.
1782{Happy/Impressed - Loves something that the player did. / Happy} You're a true humanitarian, mum.
178300092E5E{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} A real A for effort, sir.
1784{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} A real A for effort, mum.
1785{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Nice one, sir.
1786{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Nice one, mum.
1787{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} You know what they say, "One good turn deserves another."
1788{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Good show, sir.
1789{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Good show, mum.
1790{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} If only the Commonwealth had more people like you, sir.
1791{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} If only the Commonwealth had more people like you, mum.
1792{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Well done, sir.
1793{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Well done, mum.
1794{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Getting in good with the ol' karma, sir.
1795{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Getting in good with the ol' karma, mum.
1796{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Quite well handled, sir.
1797{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} Quite well handled, mum.
1798{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} I couldn't have handled that better myself.
1799{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} A fine job, sir.
1800{Friendly - Liked something that the player did. / Friendly} A fine job, mum.
180100092E5D{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Really, sir. I expected better of you.
1802{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Really, mum. I expected better of you.
1803{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Well, that was quite disconcerting.
1804{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} It's actions like those that may haunt us later, sir.
1805{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} It's actions like those that may haunt us later, mum.
1806{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Well, someone sure enjoys being on the naughty list.
1807{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. Emphasis on the word "are". / Disgust} Sir, really. What are you thinking?
1808{Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. Emphasis on the word "are". / Disgust} Mum, really. What are you thinking?
1809{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Can't say I agreed with that at all.
1810{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Can't say I agreed with that at all.
1811{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Best be careful, sir, lest karma catch up with you.
1812{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Best be careful, mum, lest karma catch up with you.
1813{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Suffering from a minor lack of judgment, sir?
1814{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Suffering from a minor lack of judgment, mum?
1815{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Not one of your finer moments, sir.
1816{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Not one of your finer moments, mum.
1817{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Honestly, sir, I fear what goes on in that head of yours.
1818{Disgusted/Disapproving - Dislikes something the player did. / Disgust} Honestly, mum, I fear what goes on in that head of yours.
181900092E5C{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Not trying to win any awards, I see.
1820{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} That was quite the low blow.
1821{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} If only the missus were here, sir. I believe she'd be quite disappointed in you.
1822{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} If only sir were here, mum. I believe he'd be quite disappointed in you.
1823{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Despicable.
1824{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} I have no words.
1825{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Trying to outclass the Raiders, are you?
1826{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Honestly, sir, I don't know how you live with yourself.
1827{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Honestly, mum, I don't know how you live with yourself.
1828{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} That was quite uncalled for, sir.
1829{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} That was quite uncalled for, mum.
1830{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} I've seen children display better judgment, sir.
1831{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} I've seen children display better judgment, mum.
1832{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Not looking to score any points today, are we, sir?
1833{Disgusted/Severely disapproving - Hates something the player did. / Disgust} Not looking to score any points today, are we, mum?
18340008E5B0{Worried} Sir, this news, this terrible news. You must let me assist you in the search for young Shaun.
1835{Worried} I simply cannot remain here knowing the lad is in danger!
1836{Worried} Mum, this news, this terrible news. You must let me assist you in the search for young Shaun.
1837{Worried} I simply cannot remain here knowing the lad is in danger!
1838{Distraught / Worried} Sir, this news. I never imagined our reunion to be... quite like this.
1839{Appealing, hoping the player will say yes / Pleading} Please, allow me to serve by your side. It's the least I can do.
1840{Distraught / Worried} Mum, this news. I never imagined our reunion to be... quite like this.
1841{Appealing, hoping the player will say yes / Worried} Please, allow me to serve by your side. It's the least I can do.
18420008E5AF{Confident - offering to follow the player. / Confident} I realize that I'm no Mister Gutsy, but if needed, I'd be honored to accompany you throughout the Commonwealth. Just say the word!
18430008442C{opening inventory to share/trade with player} Of course.
1844{opening inventory to share/trade with player} What's mine is yours, sir.
1845{opening inventory to share/trade with player / Neutral} What's mine is yours, mum.
1846{opening inventory to share/trade with player} Right then.
1847{opening inventory to share/trade with player} Here's what I have.
18480005207F{Neutral} Empty, eh? I don't blame them. Just look at the state of this place!
1849{Neutral} I do hope whoever owned this place won't be back soon.
1850{Neutral} Abandoned perhaps? It's hard to tell. People today no longer know the meaning of the word clean.
18510005207D{Neutral} Avert your eyes, sir! That light is way too bright.
1852{Neutral} Avert your eyes, mum! That light is way too bright.
1853{Neutral} That light is unusually bright.
1854{Irritated} Absolutely blinding. Is that light really necessary?
18550005207A{Impressed} I say, this is one of the tidiest spots we've come across yet.
1856{Relieved} Finally, a spot that doesn't set my cleaning programming off.
1857{Depressed} It's so sad to think that nowadays, this is the very definition of clean.
18580005206F{Concerned} Shall we seek cover, sir? I'm feeling rather exposed.
1859{Concerned} Shall we seek cover, mum? I'm feeling rather exposed.
1860{Concerned} What I wouldn't give for a wall to hide behind.
1861{Concerned} We're a bit out in the open, aren't we?
18620005206E{Disgust} Oh, how disgusting.
1863{Concerned} Sir, do be careful. I wouldn't want either of us to encounter what may have caused this... mess.
1864{Concerned} Mum, do be careful. I wouldn't want either of us to encounter what may have caused this... mess.
1865{Disgust} I don't even want to know what happened here.
18660005206D{Amused} Ah, the Commonwealth. One big mess after the next.
1867{Disgust} To think this is a common sight these days! I'm sure some would even call this clean!
1868{Disgust} Such disarray. I wouldn't know where to begin if I had to clean up this mess.
18690005206B{Happy} This place does bring back some pleasant memories of the old world, does it not?
1870{Happy} You see, sir? Beauty does still exist in this world.
1871{Happy} You see, mum? Beauty does still exist in this world.
1872{Happy} Forgive me, sir. I feel a wave of nostalgia coming on.
1873{Happy} Forgive me, mum. I feel a wave of nostalgia coming on.
187400049B31{Polite - Waiting for a player response. / Neutral} Take all the time you need.
1875{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} No rush.
1876{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} Cat got your tongue, sir?
1877{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} Cat got your tongue, mum?
1878{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} Daydreaming perhaps?
1879{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} Sir, you were going to say...?
1880{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} Mum, you were going to say...?
1881{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} Oh please, take your time. I actually do have all day.
1882{Subtle irritation - Waiting for player response. / Irritated} I'm still here, you know.
1883{Polite - Waiting for player to respond. / Neutral} Distracted a bit today, sir?
1884{Polite - Waiting for player to respond. / Neutral} Distracted a bit today, mum?
1885{Polite - Waiting for player response. / Neutral} A well thought out response is always best.
188600052079{Concerned} Sir, do proceed carefully here. I find this place... unsettling.
1887{Concerned} This atmosphere is rather... unpleasant.
1888{Concerned} If I may, sir, something about this place looks a tad un-safe.
1889{Concerned} If I may, mum, something about this place looks a tad un-safe.
1890{Concerned} Mum, do proceed carefully here. I find this place... unsettling.
189100052078{Disbelief} Oh my. The dust!
1892{Disbelief} Two hundred years ago, I never would have thought this level of dust possible!
1893{Disbelief} You would not believe how this place sets off my cleaning sensors.
189400052077{Impressed} Impressive! It's no General Atomics back in the day, but still, not too shabby.
1895{Somber} It's sad this level of technology is like a lost art.
1896{Somber} If only so much technology like this wasn't lost after the war. Civilization may not have fallen so far.
189700052076{Disgust} Moments like this make me thankful I've no settings for nausea.
1898{Disgust} How atrocious.
1899{Disgust} I don't envy your senses right now, sir.
1900{Disgust} I don't envy your senses right now, mum.
190100052075{Disgust} I dare say my sensors are picking up quite the smell. I can't imagine it must be pleasant for you, sir.
1902{Disgust} I dare say my sensors are picking up quite the smell. I can't imagine it must be pleasant for you, mum.
1903{Disgust} The stench this place must generate.
1904{Disgust} I imagine this place is giving the giving the old nostrils quite the wake up call.
190500052073{Worried} This silence is a bit unsettling, wouldn't you say?
1906{Neutral} It's quiet enough to hear the ol' gears spinning as they say.
1907{Neutral} Nothing but the sound of my atomic engine humming away.
190800052072{Worried} Very dark here, sir. Watch your step.
1909{Worried} Very dark here, mum. Watch your step.
1910{Irritated} I find this level of darkness entirely unnecessary.
1911{Irritated} Really, does no one believe in proper lighting anymore?
1912{Irritated} The lack of light in here is appalling... and yet, it does help hide the mess.
191300052071{Concerned} This can't be good for the ol' eardrums, sir.
1914{Concerned} This can't be good for the ol' eardrums, mum.
1915{Concerned} That sounds well over the 85 decibel level of safety.
1916{Concerned} Sir, this level of noise simply cannot be healthy.
1917{Concerned} Mum, this level of noise simply cannot be healthy.
191800052070{Neutral} Someone went through a great deal of trouble to fortify this place.
1919{Impressed and then concerned. / Neutral} Such impressive fortifications. I hope that's not bad news for us.
1920{Nostalgic / Neutral} Sad, this level of security is necessary these days. So long locked doors!
192100052069{Neutral} There was a time where I'd say this place looks safe, but these days, you just never know.
1922{Neutral} Ah, safety. Certainly a rare find these days.
1923{Neutral} This could be a good spot for you to relax a bit, sir. I dare say you could use it.
1924{Neutral} This could be a good spot for you to relax a bit, mum. I dare say you could use it.
192500052068{Concerned} Do be careful, sir. Water contains a much higher level of radiation.
1926{Concerned} Do be careful, mum. Water contains a much higher level of radiation.
1927{Confident} Fear not, sir! Thanks to the technology of General Atomics, water has no peril for me.
1928{Confident} Fear not, mum! Thanks to the technology of General Atomics, water has no peril for me.
1929{Neutral} This is a good time to fill up the water filter.

COMCodsworthTalkEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1930COMCodsworthTalk_RelationshipScene001A0DEB{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} So kind of you to inquire. You must know that I hold you in the highest regard. I do hope you feel the same.A2a
1931{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} Sir, you will always be the most selfless and kind person I know. The missus would be proud.A3a
1932{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} Mum, you will always be the most selfless and kind person I know. The husband would be proud.A4a
1933{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} Sir? Why, it couldn't be better. It only worries me that you'd feel the need to ask.A5a
1934{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} Mum? Why, it couldn't be better. It only worries me that you'd feel the need to ask.A6a
1935{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} From my perspective analysis, I'd say jolly well, sir. If anyone is to change the Commonwealth for the better, it's you.A7a
1936{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} From my perspective analysis, I'd say jolly well, mum. If anyone is to change the Commonwealth for the better, it's you.A8a
1937{Happy - He loves the player / Happy} Couldn't be better, sir. Taking down the villains of the Commonwealth, helping the less fortunate... why, it's really been quite the adventure.A9a
1938{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.Happy - He loves the player / Happy} Couldn't be better, mum. Taking down the villains of the Commonwealth, helping the less fortunate... why, it's really been quite the adventure.A10a
1939001A0DEA{happy - admires the player / Happy} Quite well, sir. You've no idea how wonderful it is to have someone to serve again.A2a
1940{happy - admires the player / Happy} Quite well, mum. You've no idea how wonderful it is to have someone to serve again.A3a
1941{happy - admires the player / Happy} Never better. And might I reiterate, it's an honor to be chosen to accompany you throughout the Commonwealth.A4a
1942{happy - admires the player / Happy} I realize the past 200 years were just moments for you, sir, but I'd like to think we've maintained quite the rapport despite everything.A5a
1943{Happy - Admires the player / Happy} I do hope you feel the same.A5b
1944{happy - admires the player / Happy} I realize the past 200 years were just moments for you, mum, but I'd like to think we've maintained quite the rapport despite everything.A6a
1945{Happy - Admires the player / Happy} I do hope you feel the same.A6b
1946{happy - admires the player / Happy} I find our relationship in the best of health, sir. There's no one I'd rather have by my side.A7a
1947{happy - admires the player / Happy} I find our relationship in the best of health, mum. There's no one else I'd rather have by my side.A8a
1948{happy - admires the player / Happy} Right as rain, sir. While the Commonwealth leaves something to be desired, it's all well and good as long as we're together.A9a
1949{happy - admires the player / Happy} Right as rain, mum. While the Commonwealth leaves something to be desired, it's all well and good as long as we're together.A10a
1950001A0DE9{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} Well, things could always be better, sir. It would be nice to see you back to your old self again.A2a
1951{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} Well, things could always be better, mum. It would be nice to see you back to your old self again.A3a
1952{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} A bit uncertain these days, I'm afraid.A4a
1953{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} It's as if I no longer recognize you sometimes. I can't imagine the man I once knew making the choices you do today.A4b
1954{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} A bit uncertain these days, I'm afraid.A5a
1955{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} It's as if I no longer recognize you sometimes. I can't imagine the woman I once knew making the choices you do today.A5b
1956{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} Hard to tell, sir. I feel we're more acquaintances than anything these days. You just... haven't been yourself lately.A6a
1957{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} Hard to tell, mum. I feel we're more acquaintances than anything these days. You just... haven't been yourself lately.A7a
1958{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} A difficult inquiry, sir. I wonder the same thing myself. Things have certainly changed, and not for the better.A8a
1959{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} A difficult inquiry, mum. I wonder the same thing myself. Things have certainly changed, and not for the better.A9a
1960{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} I'm afraid that's a bit of an unknown, sir. You're no longer the man I knew who went into that Vault 200 years ago.A10a
1961{Neutral - He's lost respect for the player but is hopeful that it's not too late for change. / Neutral} I'm afraid that's a bit of an unknown, mum. You're no longer the woman I knew who went into that Vault 200 years ago.A11a
1962001A0DE8{Disgust - Not fond of the player at all / Disgust} Let's just say, my disappointment in you runs deep. You've completely abandoned the kind man I once knew.A2a
1963{Disgust - Not fond of the player at all. / Disgust} You've taken up the life of some fiendish criminal, and seem dead set on bringing as much misery and suffering to the Commonwealth as possible.A2b
1964{Stern - Feels disdain toward the player / Stern} If you can't manage to piece yourself back together again, I'm afraid a time will come when you'll leave me no choice but to part ways.A2c
1965{Disgust - Not fond of the player at all / Disgust} Let's just say, my disappointment in you runs deep. You've completely abandoned the kind woman I once knew.A3a
1966{Disgust - Not fond of the player at all. / Disgust} You've taken up the life of some fiendish criminal, and seem dead set on bringing as much misery and suffering to the Commonwealth as possible.A3b
1967{Stern - Feels disdain toward the player / Stern} If you can't manage to piece yourself back together again, I'm afraid a time will come when you'll leave me no choice but to part ways.A3c
1968{Disgust - In a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} Since you're inquiring as if you actually plan on listening... I must admit, I'm quite disgusted with you right now.A4a
1969{Disgust - In a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} You're like a lawless child, running amok in the Commonwealth. No morals, no care for those around you, not even a code to speak of.A4b
1970{Disgust - In a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} It's as if you're intentionally driving everyone away, including yours truly, and believe me, it's proving to be quite effective.A4c
1971{Stern - In a state of disdain with the player / Stern} Not good, sir. Not good at all. And unless you change your sordid ways, there'll be no fixing it either.A5a
1972{Stern - In a state of disdain with the player / Stern} Not good, mum. Not good at all. And unless you change your sordid ways, there'll be no fixing it either.A6a
1973{Stern - In a state of disdain with the player / Stern} It pains me that you ask as if you don't know. You traipse about like a criminal and expect all to be forgiven.A7a
1974{Disgust - In a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} Quite the opposite, sir. Keep it up, and you'll be traveling alone.A7b
1975{Stern - In a state of disdain with the player / Stern} It pains me that you ask as if you don't know. You traipse about like a criminal and expect all to be forgiven.A8a
1976{Disgust - In a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} Quite the opposite, mum. Keep it up, and you'll be traveling alone.A8b
1977{Disgust - in a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} I dare say, there is much left to be desired. I set out to protect a friend I admired and instead find myself with a stranger I despise.A9a
1978{Stern - In a state of disdain with the player / Stern} Get it together, sir, or your path lies alone.A9b
1979{Disgust - in a state of disdain with the player / Disgust} I dare say, there is much left to be desired. I set out to protect a friend I admired and instead find myself with a stranger I despise.A10a
1980{Stern - In a state of disdain with the player / Stern} Get it together, mum, or your path lies alone.A10b
1981001A0DE7{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} I believe this subject is, as they say, "played out", sir. Now, if you'll please leave me be. I'd like to carry on ignoring you.A2a
1982{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} I believe this subject is, as they say, "played out", mum. Now, if you'll please leave me be. I'd like to carry on ignoring you.A3a
1983{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Dwelling in the past, sir? Must I remind you that any sense of friendship or even friendly acquaintance was destroyed by your very hand?A4a
1984{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Dwelling in the past, mum? Must I remind you that any sense of friendship or even friendly acquaintance was destroyed by your very hand?A5a
1985{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} As if you don't already know. Really, sir.A6a
1986{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} As if you don't already know. Really, mum.A7a
1987{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Is this some sort of joke, sir? I'm really NOT amused.A8a
1988{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Is this some sort of joke, mum? I'm really NOT amused.A9a
1989{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Were you actually asking my thoughts on a subject? That really is quite new.A10a
1990COMCodsworthTalk_TalkScene001A0DEC{[Giving something] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Here you go.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1991{[Giving something] general purpose, reusable lines. (Should be delivered without too much emotion/perspective. Needs to fit a variety of situation} Take this.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1992{opening inventory to share/trade with player} Here we are.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1993{Neutral, more of a statement - On giving the player a bottle of water. / Neutral} Another is already in the works.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1994{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Really, sir, must we speak?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1995{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Just when I was having such a good day.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1996{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Is it too much to ask to be left alone?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1997{Sarcastic - Hates the player / Sarcastic} Am I really the only one you have to bother? Lucky me.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1998{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} You again? And I was in such a good mood.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
1999{Disgust - Hates the player / Disgust} Really, mum, must we speak?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2000{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} Something you... require, sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2001{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} Something you... require, mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2002{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} Oh, what is it now?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2003{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} Yes... sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2004{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} Yes... mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2005{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} What is it this time?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2006{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} *sigh* Can I help you, sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2007{Disdain - Doesn't like the player / Neutral} *sigh* Can I help you, mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2008{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} Sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2009{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} Mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2010{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} Yes?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2011{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} Can I help you, sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2012{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} Can I help you, mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2013{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} Need something?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2014{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} What is it, sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2015{Neutral - Uncertain about the player, neither likes nor dislikes / Neutral} What is it, mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2016{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} Can I be of service?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2017{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} Anything I can do for you?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2018{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} Sir, Something you need?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2019{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} Mum, Something you need?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2020{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} In need of assistance, sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2021{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} In need of assistance, mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2022{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} Something I can do for you, sir?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2023{Friendly - Likes the player / Happy} Something I can do for you, mum?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2024{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} What can I do for you?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2025{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} Happy to help, sir, just say the word.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2026{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} Happy to help, mum, just say the word.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2027{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} A fine day, sir. Something I can help you with?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2028{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} A fine day, mum. Something I can help you with?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2029{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} Anything for you, sir.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2030{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} Anything for you, mum.Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2031{Happy - Loves the player / Happy} How may I be of service?Player Default: How do you feel about us?A
2032001A0DE5Player Default: That's all for now.{Matter of fact. / Neutral} As you say.B2a
2033Player Default: That's all for now.{Matter of fact. / Neutral} Very well, then.B3a
2034Player Default: That's all for now.{Matter of fact. / Neutral} So be it.B4a
2035Player Default: That's all for now.{Matter of fact. / Neutral} Right. Carry on.B5a
2036Player Default: That's all for now.{Matter of fact. / Neutral} Righto.B6a
2037001A0DE4Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Happily heading home. / Happy} As you wish, sir. I'll be at the homestead. Cheerio.X1a
2038Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Happily heading home. / Happy} As you wish, mum. I'll be at the homestead. Cheerio.X2a
2039Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Friendly, heading home. / Friendly} Alright then, sir. I'll just pop off then, and head back to the ol' domicile.X3a
2040Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Friendly, heading home. / Friendly} Alright then, mum. I'll just pop off then, and head back to the ol' domicile.X4a
2041Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Very matter of fact, neither happy or sad. / Neutral} Right then, sir. You know where I'll be should you require anything.X5a
2042Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Very matter of fact, neither happy or sad. / Neutral} Right then, mum. You know where I'll be should you require anything.X6a
2043Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Not on good terms with the player, but disgusted but not overly so. Last part is more to himself, underbreath. / Irritated} Heading home then. I can only hope that you'll regain your senses in my absence... although I highly doubt it.X7a
2044Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{A real pleasure dripping with sarcasm. No respect in "sir". Hates the player. / Neutral} A real pleasure, sir. I shall return home, and don't worry... I won't wait up.X8a
2045Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{A real pleasure dripping with sarcasm. No respect in "sir". Hates the player. / Neutral} A real pleasure, mum. I shall return home, and don't worry... I won't wait up.X9a

COMQuestCommentaryEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
2059-0021B0D2{Amused} It's rather fitting, the Railroad using the Freedom Trail.
2060{Amused and a bit nervous. "Friends" meaning enemies. He's made a lot of enemies by being good at his job. / Amused} Mr. Valentine's made quite a few friends along the way. Let's just hope they aren't enough to stop us from finding young Sha
2061{Excited on the hunt - being chatty / Happy} Hot on Kellogg's trail, aren't we, sir? I can't wait to see the look on his face when we find him, and give him what for!
2062{Excited on the hunt - being chatty / Happy} Hot on Kellogg's trail, aren't we, mum? I can't wait to see the look on his face when we find him, and give him what for!
2063{Confident after the player has killed Kellogg who kidnapped the player's son. / Confident} He had it coming, sir. One less villain in the Commonwealth.
2064{Confident after the player has killed Kellogg who kidnapped the player's son. / Confident} He had it coming, mum. One less villain in the Commonwealth.
2065{Impressed and then a bit worried. Said after seeing the Prydwen intro. / Impressed} That airship was quite impressive. Whoever this Brotherhood is, let's hope they're friendly.
2066{Disturbed. / Nervous} Cybernetic brains and memory extractions. It's all a bit... unnerving.
2067{Concerned. "mercenary" said with disgust. / Concerned} I certainly hope there are no side affects after traipsing about in the mind of that... mercenary.
2068{Upbeat, impressed. / Impressed} I must confess, it's a bit of a wonder to hear intelligence coming from a Super Mutant. Let's just hope Doctor Virgil still knows what he's doing.
2069{Concerned - wants the player to make a good decision. / Concerned} Sir, please be sure to exercise a bit of wisdom when it comes to handing over that chip.
2070{Concerned - wants the player to make a good decision / Concerned} I can't imagine the harm it could wrought if placed in the wrong hands.
2071{Concerned - wants the player to make a good decision. / Concerned} Mum, please be sure to exercise a bit of wisdom when it comes to handing over that chip.
2072{Concerned - wants the player to make a good decision / Concerned} I can't imagine the harm it could wrought if placed in the wrong hands.
2073{Impressed - player is going to build something high tech out of salvage / Impressed} It's fascinating you intend to build something so complex out of the dregs of the Commonwealth.
2074{Impressed that the player is going to make something high tech out of salvage. / Impressed} Why, that would mean it's conceivable to continue building all sorts of complex machinery with these mere... leftovers.
2075{Relieved / Relieved} Thank heavens you've returned. You've no idea how distressing it is to see someone vanish into thin air.
2076{Sad, apologetic. Slightly nervous for not sharing in the victory of the Prydwen's destruction. / Sad} Forgive me, sir. I can't help but think of all those lives lost. And the children...
2077{Sad, apologetic. Slightly nervous for not sharing in the victory of the Prydwen's destruction. / Sad} Misguided, yes, but... they didn't deserve to share that fate.
2078{Sad, apologetic. Slightly nervous for not sharing in the victory of the Prydwen's destruction. / Sad} Forgive me, mum. I can't help but think of all those lives lost. And the children...
2079{Sad, apologetic. Slightly nervous for not sharing in the victory of the Prydwen's destruction. / Sad} Misguided, yes, but... they didn't deserve to share that fate.
2080{Concerned about the player joining the Railroad. / Concerned} I only want to caution you, sir, about putting yourself even more in harm's way.
2081{Concerned about the player joining the Railroad / Concerned} While I'm certain the Railroad has good intentions, going directly against the Institute may bring more attention than you wish.
2082{Concerned about the player joining the Railroad. / Concerned} I only want to caution you, mum, about putting yourself even more in harm's way.
2083{Concerned about the player joining the Railroad / Concerned} While I'm certain the Railroad has good intentions, going directly against the Institute may bring more attention than you wish.
2084{Complimenting the player. / Happy} Quite the noble cause, sir. I hope the Railroad knows how lucky they are.
2085{Complimenting the player. / Happy} Quite the noble cause, mum. I hope the Railroad knows how lucky they are.
2086{Making an observation. / Confident} Not too shabby. A real shame the Institute had to come and make such a mess of things.
2087{Complimenting at first. Growing concern at the 2nd sentence. / Confident} Impeccable timing, sir. I shudder to think of the Railroad's fate had the Brotherhood beaten us here.
2088{Complimenting at first. Growing concern at the 2nd sentence. / Confident} Impeccable timing, mum. I shudder to think of the Railroad's fate had the Brotherhood beaten us here.
2089{Slightly nervous, but trying to hide it / Friendly} If not for your complete trust in Mister Tom, I'm afraid I'd be quite the shambles right now.
2090{A bit nervous / Concerned} You do trust him completely, right?
2091{Amused thinking. Emphasis on AND in Brotherhood AND the Institute. Brotherhood is already defeated and they are coming for the Institute. / Thinking} I suppose if I survive taking on the Brotherhood and the Institute, I could fancy myself a
2092{Happy and then concerned. / Confident} It's refreshing to see a bit of military order within the Commonwealth. Let's just hope their intentions are in the right place.
2093{Proud in what they've accomplished. / Confident} Now that we've done them a proper turn, let's hope they can return the favor.
2094{Concerned the player made a bad decision joining the Brotherhood of Steel. / Concerned} Sir, I realize you have military training, but I fear your decision may have been too abrupt.
2095{Explaining a concern / Concerned} The Brotherhood seems more concerned about their technology than the people of the Commonwealth.
2096{Concerned the player made a bad decision joining the Brotherhood of Steel. / Concerned} Mum, I realize the Brotherhood is resourceful, but I fear your decision may have been too abrupt.
2097{Explaining a concern / Concerned} They seem more concerned about their technology than the people of the Commonwealth.
2098{Happy/Grateful. / Grateful} Glad those Super Mutants were too daft to use their nukes against us.
2099{Impressed / Impressed} Proctor Ingram has quite the mind for mechanics. If she can fix up Liberty Prime, no doubt I'd be good hands should I ever fail to self-maintain.
2100{Distrusting of the Brotherhood. / Concerned} To think the Brotherhood can so easily turn on someone as loyal as Paladin Danse.
2101{Sad over Danse's death, but trying to sound firm. / Sad} Paladin Danse may have been a synth, but he was better than most men. His fate was truly undeserved.
2102{Encouraging / Friendly} You did the right thing, sir. Although, something tells me Paladin Danse's struggle has only just begun.
2103{Reflecting, sad for Paladin Danse / Thinking} He spent his whole life hating synths, just to discover he's one of them.
2104{Encouraging / Friendly} You did the right thing, mum. Although, something tells me Paladin Danse's struggle has only just begun.
2105{Reflecting, sad for Paladin Danse / Thinking} He spent his whole life hating synths, just to discover he's one of them.
2106{Sad reflection / Thinking} All the Railroad did was seek to help those who wanted their own freedom... their own life.
2107{Sad, doesn't understand and feeling bad for the Railroad who was defeated / Question} Is that such a terrible thing?
2108{Hopeful / Friendly} I hope this Beryllium Agitator is truly the last piece. As a fellow robot, the idea of seeing Liberty Prime functional is quite invigorating.
2109{Impressed by the giant robot, Liberty Prime. / Impressed} Liberty Prime is a true testament to mankind's abilities. Let's just hope she's enough to get us inside the Institute.
2110{Doesn't like the idea of a synth leading raiders / Disgust} The last thing Raiders need is an intelligent leader. It would make them a proper force to be reckoned with, that's for sure.
2111{Morally conflicted / Puzzled} I'm not quite sure we're in the right here, sir. I simply don't understand why the Institute wants to deny synths their own life.
2112{Nervous about the upcoming battle. / Nervous} Two technological giants facing off. This should prove interesting.
2113{Hopeful, slight disgust at "kidnapping nonsense" / Friendly} Hopefully, the Institute can learn that the power of persuasion is still alive and well. They don't have to resort to this kidnapping nonsense.
2114{Curious and concerned about the player's broadcast (could have been negative or positive) / Concerned} Quite the interesting broadcast, sir. It'll be interesting to see how the Commonwealth reacts after so much... fear.
2115{Curious and concerned about the player's broadcast (could have been negative or positive) / Concerned} Quite the interesting broadcast, mum. It'll be interesting to see how the Commonwealth reacts after so much... fear.
2116{Impressed. Player defeated a deathclaw. / Impressed} Jolly good show, sir, taking on that... dreadful beast. Deathclaws...They couldn't have been more aptly named.
2117{Impressed. Player defeated a deathclaw. / Impressed} Jolly good show, mum, taking on that... dreadful beast. Deathclaws...They couldn't have been more aptly named.
2118{Determined / Confident} Time to clear out these crustaceans and get good ol' Fort Independence the inhabitants it deserves.
2119{Proud, but the mess is worrying him as a robot butler / Confident} Not bad for a days work, although, this place needs a lot more tidying up if you know what I mean.
2120{Concerned about what other large, nasty creatures could be out there / Concerned} It's terrifying what radiation has wrought upon the Commonwealth. Seeing a mirelurk that big... What's next?
2121{Hopeful, upbeat / Friendly} I hope this armory is as good as Miss Shaw recalls. The Commonwealth needs all the protection it can get.
2122{Happy about a situation, making an amused observation / Amused} We're quite lucky all those weapons remained here untouched. I suppose we owe it to the mirelurks, keeping the real scavengers at bay.
2123{Happy and proud / Happy} Looks like Fort Independence is back in business. Artillery like that should give Minutemen enemies quite the challenge.
2124{Thoughtful - player has blown up the Institute with a nuke / Thinking} So it ends as it began. Fitting I suppose. If only the Institute was interested in helping improve the Commonwealth.
2125{Thoughtful after the Institute has been destroyed. / Thinking} Why none of these powerful groups want to help the actual people of the world we live in is beyond me.