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AO_Comment_DialogueEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1-0016D3D0Where did all the cars go?
20016D3CFCIT had miles of tunnels underneath it. I read this in a book.
30016D3CCThere is a considerable amount of ordinance here.
40016D3CBNuclear missiles. To think something so comparatively small could destroy so very much.
50016D3CAAccording to my memory, this used to be a military site.
60016D3C9So many cars.
70016D3C7Oh, look. A secret base.
80016D3C6Is anyone famous buried here, you think?
90016D3C5The Old North Church. Such history.
100016D3C4The Commonwealth almost looks healthy from up here.
110016D3C3Oh, look. It is so tall.
120016D3C2The human preoccupation with fiction is a mystery to me.
130016D3C1A television studio. We are supposed to get autographs, yes?
140016D3BFAh, look. It is working.
150016D3BEI am no engineer, but the engines could be fixed, I think.
160016D3BDThe submarine, it is still working. Somewhat.
170016D3BAOh, are we going to see a movie?
180016D3B8Is this what it was like back then?
190016D3B7Oh, look at the pony.
200016D3B6Why bury the dead in one place? Unless it is for fertilization, there is no point to this.
210016D3B4Another part of the city's core infrastructure useless.
220016D3AFHenry David Thoreau lived here!
230016D3AEIf you spot a cadaver, let me know.
240016D3ADIf you are injured, I doubt they can help you here.
250016D3ACSupport meetings are very important for those dealing with addiction.
260016D3A9It appears we are not alone.
270016D3A8Some sort of training ground... yes?
280016D3A7My Vault had us conducting secret experiments on the residents. Perhaps the same is true for this one.
290016D3A4A Vault. I suppose it's worth investigating.
300016D3A2I wonder what they did up here?
310016D3A1The population of the Commonwealth is a tiny fraction of what it was. The humans left should focus on reproduction.
320016D3A0It would take a staggering number of gallons of water to fill this.
330016D39FWe should talk with the robot. I am always excited to exchange data.
340016D39DExcess of drink is the cause of many health problems.
350016D39CAh, the famed Gwinnett Brewery. It was one of the oldest in America.
360016D39AWhat do they put in the cage?
370016D399I am curious to see how the current biosphere interacts with this newly surfaced area.
380016D398Fort Independence is looking much better thanks to you.
390016D396Sample collected. I suspect it is partially digested meats and other biological matter.
400016D395Analyzing. It is interesting how the insect population deals with humans.
410016D394Boston Common. Can we explore?
420016D393Look at their technology. Can we talk to them?
430016D392Oh, a co-op. I never understood why more humans did not adopt this societal model.
440016D391Oh a Co-Op. I never understood why more humans did not adopt this societal model.
450016D390What is on the island, I wonder?
460016D38FHas the Commonwealth exceeded subsistence level with their agriculture? That is vital to achieve if civilization is to flourish.
470016D38EI wonder if the warning will ever end.
480016D38DBe careful. Much of Slocum's Joe food greatly exceeds the daily allowance of carbohydrates and fat.
490016D38CSurely there is a working airplane somewhere. To study the world from above would be very illuminating.
500016D38BShopping is not as elegant as I was picturing up here.
510016D38AA working ironworks could be most useful for some of my plans.
520016D389These criminals are heavily armored. Caution.
530016D388The initial casualties of the bombs must be staggering.
540016D387And the people here are mining this place? Smart.
550016D386No more little kids to play...
560016D385Was this a ranger cabin?
570016D384The robots appear to be guarding personal property. We should avoid them.
580016D383The Robotics Pioneer Park! Please, we must go. It is a monument to one of my creators.
590016D382What a nice motel.
600016D381Super Mutants are so wasteful in their consumption. Usually hunters are very efficient with their kill.
610016D380Revere Beach. Are we going to vacation here?
620016D37FWho knew the beach was so very dangerous?
630016D37EThere were studies showing the long war had an intense psychological effect on all America. They gave examples very similar to this.
640016D37DGas stations... they are eerie now, are they not?
650016D37COh, the poor little girl.
660016D37BI suppose driving cross-country is now out of the question.
670016D37AI wonder if there is a monument to John Adams here. He was born in Quincy, you know?
680016D379I suppose there is little need of quarrying stone now.
690016D378Such a tragedy.
700016D377Propsect Hill. I feel like such a tourist.
710016D376I have never seen the insides of a turbine.
720016D375Oh, the reservoir appears to be broken.
730016D374Such a waste.
740016D373This whole facility is fascinating. I suggest we carefully and methodically push the buttons.
750016D372*cough* What... What was that? This gas. In my throat?
76My sensors detect a high level of an unknown agent in the atmosphere. I recommend extreme caution.
770016D371For medical research, autopsy and the study of the human body is important. But this... this is sick.
780016D370I wonder what's in the camp?
790016D36FThe entire infrastructure of the Commonwealth is no more. This sewage plant serves no purpose.
800016D36EAnd people used to live in these little trailers, yes?
810016D36DOh, look, a park.
820016D36CRemnants of the military are everywhere.
830016D36BNothing left to power nearby. How sad.
840016D36AThe vast power of the ocean is too often underestimated.
850016D369Ah, too bad. The data they have is not current.
860016D368No more fishies.
870016D367Oh, what are they doing? Torture?
880016D366Can we take the tour? Please?
890016D365Oh no. That... That is a nuclear bomb!
900016D364The ghouls are farming? So they still require nourishment? Or is this strictly for barter?
910016D363Perhaps after our journeys, I could use this place. It is well suited for medicine.
920016D362I suggest we use a different, more secure bank.
930016D361Why have they built such defenses on a highway?
940016D360Oh, Mass State. Perhaps some scientists live there. I hope we meet them.
950016D35FKilling this sniper truly was necessary.
960016D35EOh, dumping of radioactive material is a serious crime.
970016D35DIt is almost pretty in a toxic and radioactive sort of way.
980016D35CAh, look. It's working!
990016D35BMass Fusion used to power the whole city. Look at it.
1000016D359Too bad the subway is out of order.
1010016D358The fishing industry has seen better days.
1020016D357Maybe someone lives in there?
1030016D356Oh, what is happening?
1040016D355I like the little logo. Pelicans are a majestic creature.
1050016D354Are we not committing a felony?
1060016D351Oh, look, a big boat. I wonder what is inside.
1070016D350Please, tell me we are done with the fighting. This is not what I expected to be doing up here.
1080016D34FAh, Lexington. So much history here. Please, can we go to the museum?
1090016D34EWarning. This lake is highly irradiated. I recommend we avoid.
1100016D34DThis lake is a mirelurk habitat. I shall observe their behavior.
1110016D34CAh, a lighthouse. How picturesque.
1120016D34BOh, can we go in and meet the DJ?
1130016D34AIt is marvelous! It says a great deal about the culture of the time. I will record this.
1140016D349The Treasure must be magnificent to warrant all this.
1150016D347Are these Cultist truly human now? Or have they mutated beyond that point?
1160016D346Once the shelves were stocked. And now, all rubble.
1170016D345Domestication of mirelurks may be impossible. Interesting.
1180016D344This was clearly a severe ethical violation. Maybe we should lodge a complaint.
1190016D342A whole pack of feral ghouls. Or is it a herd? Or maybe a murder?
1200016D341Another victim of the atomic age.
1210016D340It feels like I can see forever from up here.
1220016D33FPerhaps one day we can make this a center of learning again.
1230016D33EHuman adaptability is quite marvelous. Using a crane as a road...
1240016D33DYou can see glimmers of what they saw for the future here. So sad.
1250016D33CWe simply must study these feral ghouls more. Do they possess only animal cunning? Or is there trapped inside some higher cognition?
1260016D33BCollege Square. I was hoping some professors or even students would be here...
1270016D33ANo books here. Although, home construction has never been my area of expertise.
1280016D338I wonder where all the soldiers went.
1290016D337We should mark this location. Blood transfusions are useful in a variety of medical situations.
1300016D336One day we will find a proper swimming pool. But not today, I think.
1310016D335This is just like a movie. Soon will they break into song?
1320016D334An actual Institute scientist's lab. Oh, we must look everywhere.
1330016D333Oh, imagine the view from here before all of this.
1340016D332This is GNN. So much fine journalism here.
1350016D330What were they testing here?
1360016D32FOh, bowling!
1370016D32EThe Mister Handy line really is quite magnificent, don't you think?
1380016D32DDo fraternal orders always carry such stockpiles?
1390016D32CFish are an excellent source of Omega-3.
1400016D32BAll this ordinance lying around. Very dangerous.
1410016D32AOh, a choo choo train. Maybe one day the tracks will be clear and we can take a trip.
1420016D329So many disasters in the Commonwealth. And who will clean it up?
1430016D328This simply will not do. No kids will play here now.
1440016D326Look at all that. We should go into all the shacks now.
1450016D324Oh, Faneuil Hall. It would be even better without all the intestines.
1460016D322What is that noise? Oh, it is some sort of animal.
1470016D320Where are all the people?
1480016D31FOh, can we take the tour?
1490016D31DIs this... horse racing?
1500016D31COh, the poor prisoners. They may need medical attention.
1510016D31BI wonder if any organisms live in the pool? Shall we collect a sample?
1520016D31AWhat a strange place for a quarry.
1530016D317I wonder what they were studying here.
1540016D315Surely those boats were not put there intentionally? Such great chaos after the bombs.
1550016D314Up there? In the skyscraper? Is that a boat?
1560016D313The boat. It is on the building. That is the USS Constitution. Mon dieu.
1570016D312My word, what is that?
1580016D311Oh, it leads to the subway.
1590016D310I have heard of the Croups. Very influential back in the day. And now...
1600016D30FSo much devastation from the bombs.
1610016D30EThose Raiders guard that tunnel quite ferociously.
1620016D30DI read that the Corvega Blitz is quite economical and family friendly. But, not so much any more.
1630016D30CYour new Coast Guard is quite strange, I think.
1640016D30BBoats belong in marinas. Not drawbridges.
1650016D30ALook at the little row boat.
1660016D309Look at all the books. But where are the students? There is so much to learn.
1670016D308We've missed lunch, I think.
1680016D307Do they have a schedule here? I would love some Mozart.
1690016D306I wonder. What happened to all the satellites? Are some still working in the darkness of space?
1700016D304Oh, there is someone inside. We must rescue them.
1710016D303Oh, laboratories. We must see what they were researching.
1720016D302I think this is not the good type of science.
1730016D300It is so... tall.
1740016D2FFOh. The poor farmers.
1750016D2FEThose are not sorted in the proper Dewey Decimal System. Hmph.
1760016D2FDOh, a library! Please, we must go in.
1770016D2FCAh. Basketball. I have read about this. Now, you must dribble.
1780016D2F9Taking the easy way out, sadly, popular choice.
1790016D2F8Do they have beer tasting here? I hear those are quite entertaining.
1800016D2F6Oh, shopping!
1810016D2F4Ah, I have heard of these. This is a speak easy.
1820016D2F3Oh, it's a secret base. Just like the detective books.
1830016D2F2We must be careful. We don't want to tamper with evidence, yes?

AO_Companion_BarEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
184AO_Companion_Bar_Cooke0016E93FOh, a bar. I have read so much about places like this.Bartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.A4a
1850016E93EBartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.I would like a Rum and Nuka-Cola. With a bunch of cherries, please.Bartender: If you're unhappy hanging out with your crew, you could always work for me. Good pay and all the free drinks you can handle.A4a
1860016E93DBartender: If you're unhappy hanging out with your crew, you could always work for me. Good pay and all the free drinks you can handle.Hmm. This smells quite... potent.A3a
1870016E93CmyActor: Quaint little place they've got here... I like it.Excuse me, barkeep.Bartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.A3a
188AO_Companion_Bar_Deezer0016E933Oh, it is a Mr. Handy.Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!A3a
1890016E932Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!Lemonade, truly? But I see no lemons.Bartender: There are no alcoholic additives or artifical preservatives of any kind! Only good old-fashioned cold refreshment!A3a
1900016E931Bartender: There are no alcoholic additives or artifical preservatives of any kind! Only good old-fashioned cold refreshment!He is very odd, no?A3a
1910016E930myActor: Is that a robot... sellin' drinks?What is your function?Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!A3a
192AO_Companion_Bar_Savoldi0016E92DI was led to believe this Bunker Hill was a bit grander.Bartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.A3a
1930016E92CBartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.Or maybe a book? A pamphlet? Even... a postcard?Bartender: Well... it appears I finally have a customer who wants to show a little class.A3a
1940016E92BBartender: Well... it appears I finally have a customer who wants to show a little class.This statement does not seem inaccurate.A3a
1950016E92AmyActor: Oh, they have a bar down here?Monsieur. Are there any tour guides to talk of the history of this place?Bartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.A3a
196AO_Companion_Bar_Takahashi0016E927Power Noodles. Sounds very nutritious.Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A3a
1970016E926myActor: Be right back, gonna grab a quick drink.What type of noodles do you serve?Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A3a
1980016E925Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?Oh, Japanese. Watashi wa Curie desu.Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A3a
1990016E924Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?You know, I think this robot is broken.A3a
200AO_Companion_Bar_Vadim0016E94BWhat a fascinating place.Bartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.A3a
2010016E94ABartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.The gods? You think to fool me. There is no proof of any divinity in all my records.Bartender: Record is mine. Fourteen shots in less than two minutes. If you beat, I give them to you free. You lose, you pay double.A3a
2020016E949Bartender: Record is mine. Fourteen shots in less than two minutes. If you beat, I give them to you free. You lose, you pay double.He is joking with me? The pulling of the leg. I say, humans are so confusing.A3a
2030016E948myActor: Oh... this place looks interestin'.Monsieur. Do you serve alcohol here?Bartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.A3a
204AO_Companion_Bar_Wellingham0016E945The Colonial Taphouse. Sounds so authentic.Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A3a
2050016E944Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.I am new to this whole drinking activity. I will have what you recommend.Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.A3a
2060016E943Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.Oh, I think he just insulted you.A3a
2070016E942myActor: Okay, please tell me this robot bartender knows how to pour a drink.Pardon me, monsieur, I would like a drink.Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A3a
208AO_Companion_Bar_Whitechapel0016E939So many Mister Handies around.Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?A3a
2090016E938Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?What a curious accent. That is not the standard voice modulation suite.A3a
210What is your designation?Bartender: I wouldn't take it too hard. I know Tommy, and I'm betting he's got your best interests at heart.A3b
2110016E937Bartender: I wouldn't take it too hard. I know Tommy, and I'm betting he's got your best interests at heart.Oh. How rude.A3a
2120016E936myActor: I know this place.Do you serve drinks here?Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?A3a

BoS100Edit

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213BoS100_02_SceneMain001698E2Player Default: I'll continue to help, but you owe me an explanation first.Surely, you find this a reasonable request?BoS100Danse: Very well.A3a
214001698E1Player Default: At this rate, you'll be dead within two days. And I want no part of it.Where are your manners?BoS100Danse: Then there's no need for you to remain here.B4a
215001698E0Player Default: That all depends. How much are you paying?Can't we just help those who need it?BoS100Danse: So you're a mercenary. Typical. Fine. You help us, and I'll see you're compensated for your services.X2a
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BoS201Edit

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217BoS201_01_DanseStage20001698D6Player Default: Going to be a quick war with that thing on our side.Who could stand against that?BoS201Danse: That's the plan.A3a
218001698D5Player Default: After rolling that thing in, you've certainly started a war.And war is the last thing the Commonwealth needs.BoS201Danse: If history's proven anything, it's that an overwhelming show of force has a chance of halting a conflict before it begins.B3a
219BoS201_07_MaxsonStage140001698D2Player Default: I refuse to allow the mistakes of the past to be repeated.Learning cannot be contained, by stifling it, it can make the flames burn ever brighter.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.A3a
220001698D1Player Default: I'm a bit surprised that you don't realize that by now.Treating them like children is no way to ensure mistakes are not made again.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.B3a

BoS202Edit

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221BoS202_01_MaxsonStage10001698CEPlayer Default: The Brotherhood cannot allow those abominations to have a nuclear arsenal at their fingertips.If we are to fight, this is a good cause.BoS202Maxson: Now... we have a vertibird on standby, fully armed and ready to depart.A3a
222001698CDPlayer Default: If we leave Fort Strong unchecked, we have a potential security threat on our hands.Perhaps it is a good idea to kill these Super Mutants, then.BoS202Maxson: Now... we have a vertibird on standby, fully armed and ready to depart.B4a
223BoS202_02_DanseStage100001698CAPlayer Default: I wish all of mankind shared your sentiment.This thirst for blood, is most unsettling.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.A3a
224001698C9Player Default: Have you taken leave of your senses?The ravages of the FEV has demonstrable physiological and psychological ramifications. But a noble sentiment, I think.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.B4a

BoS203Edit

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225-00185474{Concerned} Good luck, General. I hope you find your son.

BoS301Edit

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226BoS301_04_DoctorDuff00184368BoS301Duff: I'm afraid something terrible has happened to her.We should help find her.Player Default: Don't worry, I'll find her.A3a
227BoS301_05_ScaraStage0060001698BABoS301Scara: The whole thing's rather complicated, perhaps I'll explain it to you sometime.Aww. I was hoping she could direct me to her university.BoS301Scara: So, now that I've formally introduced myself, perhaps you'd care to tell me why you're here?A3a
228BoS301_06_LiStage0070001698B9Player Default: Because we care what happens to the Commonwealth.Many lives are at stake, Doctor Li.BoS301Li: You know, if anyone else wearing a Brotherhood of Steel uniform said something like that, I'd laugh in their face.A3a
229001698B8Player Default: If you don't work on Prime, I'll have you shot.Isn't that rude?BoS301Li: You son of a bitch!B4a
230BoS301_10_ChildofAtomStage0160001698B5BoS301ChildofAtom: That is why they must be safeguarded.I believe some psychological counseling is in order.Player Default: I want to spread his, uhh, glory... Look, the bombs will get used, okay? Isn't that what you want?A3a

BoS302Edit

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231BoS302_01_MaxsonStage010001698ABPlayer Default: With pleasure. I'll make him pay for lying to us.{Curie is alarmed, because she IS a Synth, and the player is agreeing to kill another Synth. She uses doublespeak in front of the synth hater.} Surely you can think of some synths that do not deserve to die. Surely.BoS302Maxson: I appreciate your cooperation.A4a
232Player Default: With pleasure. I'll make him pay for lying to us.Why does a group so scientifically advanced despise this wonder of technology...?BoS302Maxson: I appreciate your cooperation.A5a
233001698AAPlayer Default: I won't do it. Danse deserves a chance to explain himself.What he asks is just wrong. Monsieur Danse is our friend.BoS302Maxson: You will do it. This is not up for judgment or debate!B3a
234001698A9Player Default: I don't know what to say.Please, do not be swayed by his words. Monsieur Danse is our friend.BoS302Maxson: This isn't a request that requires an answer, Knight. This is a direct order.X4a
235001698A8Player Default: Isn't there some other way?Please, you surely must see reason.BoS302Maxson: Absolutely not. My decision is final.Y3a
236BoS302_03_HaylenStage040001698A7BoS302Haylen: If you're not convinced by what he says, or somehow he's become truly lost to us, then you do what you have to do.Is not compassion a worthy virtue?Player Default: All right, I'll hear him out.A3a
237BOS302_13_CompanionReactsExecute0018426AAnd the Brotherhood thinks we are the barbarians.Companion: That Maxson fella seemed like he knew what was best. Maybe you should've listened to him.A4a
2380018425CGoodbye, Monsieur Danse.Companion: I wished you had the bollocks to do that yourself. At least it's over with.A4a

BoS303Edit

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239BoS303_01_Stage10001698B4BoS303Ingram: That's where we're headed. Hope you don't mind a little company, because I'm coming with you.Is she coming with us? Oh, there is so much science we could talk about.Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.A4a
240BoS303_01_Stage10PostPrime001698B2BoS303Ingram: That's if you don't mind a little company of course.I would welcome Monsieur Ingram's company. Think of the things we can discuss as we travel.Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.A4a
241BoS303_01_Stage10PrePrime001698B3BoS303Ingram: That's if you don't mind a little company of course.I would welcome Monsieur Ingram's company. Think of the things we can discuss as we travel.Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.A3a
242BoS303_03_Roof001698B1BoS303Ingram: All right, let's head into the lab. Can't wait to get a look at the place.Indeed. Mass Fusion's technology is fasinating.A3a
243BoS303_04_MissingAgitator001698B0BoS303Ingram: It must have been moved. Let's check out that terminal over there.Where could it be?A3a
244BoS303_07_PowerLoss001698AFBoS303Ingram: Damn it! They've knocked out the power to the elevators.This makes things a little more complicated.A3a
245BoS303_09_ViewReactor001698AEBoS303Ingram: There it is... Mass Fusion's reactor. Don't make them like that anymore.What a technological marvel. And it is still working.A3a
246BoS303_10_BeforeEnteringChamber001698ADBoS303Ingram: I'll communicate with you though their intercom system while I monitor everything from out here.Without protection, the radiation will surely be lethal. Be careful.A3a
247BoS303_14_ElevatorToLobby001698ACBoS303Ingram: The Institute must have sent reinforcements.Oh, this is not good.BoS303Ingram: I'll help hold them off, just make sure you get the Agitator out of here!A4a

BoSM01Edit

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248BoSM01_CompanionStage070_Commentary100184383The human survival instinct is fascinatingly strong.A3a
249BoSM01_CompanionStage080_Commentary100184382I suspect the soldier had his femoral artery severed. His death would've been excruciating.A3a

CIS_ChatWithNPC_CurieEdit

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250CIS_ChatWithNPC_Curie_Scene0016FBBAOh, another physician. Tell me, where did you go to university?Target: University? You're not serious, right?A1a
251Are there any trade publications for the medical profession these days? One must remain current on the latest procedures.Target: University? You're not serious, right?A2a
252Perhaps we should organize a conference of fellow physicians. So we can share our theories.Target: University? You're not serious, right?A3a
253The medical arts will not advance unless we share our findings with each other.Target: University? You're not serious, right?A4a
254Since the bombs fell, surely there have been scientific advances?Target: University? You're not serious, right?A5a
255Would you be interested in the data I've collected on indigenous species?Target: University? You're not serious, right?A6a
256I plan on sharing all my medical findings with the entire Commonwealth. Anything you can provide would help greatly.Target: University? You're not serious, right?A7a
257One day, I would like to establish a hospital. Where medical practioneers could come and learn and perform dangerous procedures.A8a
258Would you be interested?Target: University? You're not serious, right?A8b

CIS_CurieScanEdit

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259CIS_CurieScan_Scene0016FBB9This person has interesting life signs I want to scan.Companion: Very interesting.A1a
260This thing might have important bio records I should scan.Companion: Very interesting.A2a
2610016FBB8Companion: This person has interesting life signs I want to scan.Very interesting.Target: Ummm...A1a

CIS_EnterNewLocationEdit

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262-0023ED3EAre we going to see this baseball game? How exciting!
2630023ED3DOh, can we see the Old State House? Maybe they have the tourist brochure?
2640023ED3CCombat. Zone. What a useful warning. We should avoid this place, yes?
2650023ED3BAhh, the airport. Can we fly to Los Angeles? I hear it is most lovely there.
2660023ED3AOh, look at the architecture. So lovely.
2670023ED39The stories I have read of Parsons are most disturbing.
2680023ED38Exciting. I wonder if the exhibit, "Treasures of the Jamaica Plain", is still open. Maybe it is precious artwork? Oh, or a mummy!
2690023ED37Ah, my Vault. Please, let's go elsewhere.
2700023ED36Are we going on an undersea voyage? Like Jules Verne!
2710023ED35Oh, the ship is covered in rust. Have you had your tetanus shot?
2720023ED34I wonder if anyone lives up there now. It must have quite the view.
2730023ED33My records mention nothing of this place. How bizarre.
2740023ED32Oh, Fort Independence. The Commonwealth is so full of history.
275Perhaps, in time, it will return to its former grandeur.
2760023ED31Oh, what a pleasant little place. We should go in, yes?
2770023ED30Oh! Bunker Hill. I so wanted to visit. Do they have tours?

COMPickUpSceneEdit

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278COMCaitPickUpScene000F2527Player Default: About time I got out of this place. Let's go.I think if you travel with Cait, you may need to bring a little more ammo.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A5a
279COMCodsworthPickUpScene000FBD2ECodsworth: 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} If it isn't Monsieur Codsworth. It is a pleasure to see you again.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A8a
1407COMDansePickUpScene001100B2Player Default: Roger that.Oh, it is Monsieur Danse. One day soon we must talk of the technological marvels of the Brotherhood.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A5a
1408COMDeacon_PickUpScene001869A4Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Do not get him in any trouble, Monsieur Deacon.Deacon: Always am, Codsworth. That's one thing you can count on.A2a
1409Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Do not get her in any trouble, Monsieur Deacon.Deacon: Always am, Codsworth. That's one thing you can count on.A3a
1482DogmeatPickupScene00216867Player Default: (playful bark){Friendly scientist} Fascinating the bond between human and animal.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A3a
1410COMHancockPickUpScene0012EDC6Player Default: Done.You are such a fascinating specimen, Monsieur Hancock.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A8a
1411COMMacCreadyPickUpScene0011CD23Player Default: About time. I was getting bored.Do you have any new injuries for me to treat today, Monsieur MacCready?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A9a
1412COMNickPickupScene0015FC32Player Default: Well alright.You are a scientific marvel, Monsieur Nick.Dogmeat: (pained whimper)A8a
1413COMPiperPickupScene00162C4BPlayer Default: Will do.You know, your Publick Occurrences should have scientific articles.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A12a
1414COMPrestonFollowStartScene001E05DBPreston: Take care, Codsworth.I'll head for home, then. Good luck.A1a
1415000F9CFEI think with more people like you, Monsieur Garvey, civilization will rise again.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A7a
1461COMStrongPickUpScene00121490Player Default: Strong learn secret of humans.To see a Super Mutant up so close. It is amazing.Strong: Robot stop squawking. Strong smash.A7a
1462COMX688_PickupScene00126FFEPlayer Default: Right behind you, sir.I am so curious about just everything in the Institute.X688: He couldn't be in better hands.A10a

COMCurieEdit

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280COMCurie_01_NeutralToFriendship0010F089Player Default: I have some time.I have spent much effort gathering information in our travels so far.Curie: And my self-diagnostics have come to a grim conclusion. It is not lack of data or lack of collaboration which stifles my scientific progress.A1a
2810010F088Player Default: This isn't a good time.Of course. Perhaps later.Curie: And my self-diagnostics have come to a grim conclusion. It is not lack of data or lack of collaboration which stifles my scientific progress.B1a
2820010F087Player Default: Go on.I have spent much effort gathering information in our travels so far.Curie: And my self-diagnostics have come to a grim conclusion. It is not lack of data or lack of collaboration which stifles my scientific progress.X1a
2830010F086Player Default: Is everything alright?On the whole, no. It is not.Y1a
284I have spent much effort gathering information in our travels so far.Curie: And my self-diagnostics have come to a grim conclusion. It is not lack of data or lack of collaboration which stifles my scientific progress.Y1b
2850010F081Player Default: I have spent much effort gathering information in our travels so far.And my self-diagnostics have come to a grim conclusion. It is not lack of data or lack of collaboration which stifles my scientific progress.A1a
286The inescapable truth is there has never been a great robot scientist.Player Default: I'm sure your research isn't that bad.A1b
2870010F080Player Default: I'm sure your research isn't that bad.You are polite to say this. But if something does not change, my efforts will be mere stagnation.Curie: The greatest scientific minds of history, the Einsteins and the Curies, my namesake, have had something beyond raw data analysis capabilities.A1a
2880010F07FPlayer Default: Why's that a big deal?My purpose is to study disease, virus, and other contagions and either prevent or curb their ravages. And I am thwarted by my own incapabilities.Curie: The greatest scientific minds of history, the Einsteins and the Curies, my namesake, have had something beyond raw data analysis capabilities.B1a
2890010F07EPlayer Default: Sounds premature. You've only just begun.I have learned enough to recognize my fundamental limitations.Curie: The greatest scientific minds of history, the Einsteins and the Curies, my namesake, have had something beyond raw data analysis capabilities.X1a
2900010F07DPlayer Default: Robots can do amazing things. Surely, they've contributed to science?When directed by a human, they have. But on our own, we tread predictable paths.Curie: The greatest scientific minds of history, the Einsteins and the Curies, my namesake, have had something beyond raw data analysis capabilities.Y1a
2910010F078Player Default: You are polite to say this. But if something does not change, my efforts will be mere stagnation.The greatest scientific minds of history, the Einsteins and the Curies, my namesake, have had something beyond raw data analysis capabilities.A1a
292They have had a spark. This elusive inspiration is something I must possess.Player Default: If there's a way you can do that, you should.A1b
2930010F077Player Default: If there's a way you can do that, you should.In fact, I must.Curie: If I am to advance my understanding of medicine in this strange world, I must embark on a great adventure.A1a
2940010F076Player Default: You know, you just can't program up some inspiration.You are quite correct.Curie: If I am to advance my understanding of medicine in this strange world, I must embark on a great adventure.B1a
2950010F075Player Default: You're starting to worry me.There is no need.Curie: If I am to advance my understanding of medicine in this strange world, I must embark on a great adventure.X1a
2960010F06FPlayer Default: In fact, I must.If I am to advance my understanding of medicine in this strange world, I must embark on a great adventure.A1a
297I must become human, or as close as I can. I must find a way to download all that I am into a human brain.Player Default: I'm willing to help, Curie.A1b
2980010F06EPlayer Default: I'm willing to help, Curie.And you save me once again.Curie: If you find someone - a brain surgeon, an artificial intelligence programmer, or someone who is an expert in matters of the head, please bring me to them.A1a
2990010F06DPlayer Default: In a world full of insane ideas, that's high on the list.I am driven to this through desperation.Curie: If you find someone - a brain surgeon, an artificial intelligence programmer, or someone who is an expert in matters of the head, please bring me to them.B1a
3000010F06CPlayer Default: I know someone that might be able to help. Doctor Amari.Please, then, we must go to her and talk.Curie: Perhaps this is an impossibility, but it must be pursued.X1a
301Player Default: I know someone that might be able to help. Doctor Amari.Those that know things, guard them jealously. The Brotherhood of Steel, the Institute, they horde knowledge.X2a
302The only way we will progress as a society is in the free flow of ideas.Curie: Perhaps this is an impossibility, but it must be pursued.X2b
3030010F06BPlayer Default: Is that even possible?Who is to say? There were great advances made before the war in cognition and memories.Y1a
304Surely, there is someone who can help. Or at least point us in the right direction.Curie: If you find someone - a brain surgeon, an artificial intelligence programmer, or someone who is an expert in matters of the head, please bring me to them.Y1b
3050010F066Player Default: And you save me once again.If you find someone - a brain surgeon, an artificial intelligence programmer, or someone who is an expert in matters of the head, please bring me to them.A1a
3060010F064Player Default: Please, then, we must go to her and talk.Perhaps this is an impossibility, but it must be pursued.X1a
3070010BA41Is now a better time to converse?Player Default: I have some time.A
308Monsieur, may I borrow you for a moment?Player Default: I have some time.A
309Madame, may I borrow you for a moment?Player Default: I have some time.A
310COMCurie_02_FriendshipToAdmiration0010F062Player Default: Sure, I enjoy talking with you.As do I.Curie: I owe you so very much, and I do not mean to sound ungrateful. But I fear I am barely holding myself together.A1a
3110010F061Player Default: Now's not a good time.Later, then. I would appreciate it.Curie: I owe you so very much, and I do not mean to sound ungrateful. But I fear I am barely holding myself together.B1a
3120010F05APlayer Default: As do I.{Worried} I owe you so very much, and I do not mean to sound ungrateful. But I fear I am barely holding myself together.Player Default: It's all right, I'm here for you.A1a
3130010F059Player Default: It's all right, I'm here for you.{Worried} Thank you. That means so much. Becoming a synth is just so overwhelming.Curie: At first it was a struggle just to master basic functioning. How to brush the teeth, how to operate with only two hands, et cetera.A1a
3140010F058Player Default: Get to the point.{Irritated} I'm trying, it is hard.Curie: At first it was a struggle just to master basic functioning. How to brush the teeth, how to operate with only two hands, et cetera.B1a
3150010F057Player Default: Go on.{Worried} Becoming a synth is just so much.Curie: At first it was a struggle just to master basic functioning. How to brush the teeth, how to operate with only two hands, et cetera.X1a
3160010F056Player Default: Are you all right?{Depressed} I just don't know. Becoming a synth is so much harder than I ever imagined.Curie: At first it was a struggle just to master basic functioning. How to brush the teeth, how to operate with only two hands, et cetera.Y1a
3170010F051Player Default: Thank you. That means so much. Becoming a synth is just so overwhelming.{Neutral} At first it was a struggle just to master basic functioning. How to brush the teeth, how to operate with only two hands, et cetera.A1a
318{Worried} But now I am full of inconsequential thoughts, feelings. How do you do everything with this whirlwind in the head?Player Default: I prioritize and tackle what's most important at the time.A1b
3190010F050Player Default: I prioritize and tackle what's most important at the time.{Thinking} That's... That's helpful.Curie: You make it look so effortless. Like breathing. But for me, it is so hard to focus. To do research.A1a
3200010F04FPlayer Default: I just deal with it. It's part of being human.{Irritated} You have had your whole life to adjust. For me, it comes at me all at once.Curie: You make it look so effortless. Like breathing. But for me, it is so hard to focus. To do research.B1a
3210010F04EPlayer Default: I hope some of these "inconsequential feelings" involve me.{Puzzled} Yes. No. And see, now my head goes ever more. Spin, spin, spin.Curie: You make it look so effortless. Like breathing. But for me, it is so hard to focus. To do research.X1a
322Player Default: I hope some of these "inconsequential feelings" involve me.{Depressed} You see, I do not even know how to parse this.Curie: You make it look so effortless. Like breathing. But for me, it is so hard to focus. To do research.X2a
323Player Default: I hope some of these "inconsequential feelings" involve me.{Neutral} That's easy for you to say.Curie: You make it look so effortless. Like breathing. But for me, it is so hard to focus. To do research.X3a
3240010F04DPlayer Default: What sort of feelings?{Puzzled} I don't know. I think anger, fear, happiness, but I am not sure. They're so new.Player Default: I prioritize and tackle what's most important at the time.Y1a
3250010F048Player Default: That's... That's helpful.{Awed} You make it look so effortless. Like breathing. But for me, it is so hard to focus. To do research.A1a
326{Depressed} And inspiration is as elusive as ever. I fear I will never contribute anything to the world.Player Default: The world? Not so sure. But you've certainly made a difference to me.A1b
3270010F047Player Default: The world? Not so sure. But you've certainly made a difference to me.{Grateful} More feelings. No words for them.Curie: The saving grace in all of this is you. As a robot, I had much appreciation for you. But now... it is deeper. I am still loyal.A1a
3280010F046Player Default: Your life is a gift. Start appreciating it.{Depressed} I am trying. Believe me, I am.Curie: The saving grace in all of this is you. As a robot, I had much appreciation for you. But now... it is deeper. I am still loyal.B1a
3290010F045Player Default: Be patient. You'll work it out.{Depressed} In this maelstrom, it is hard to see the shore.Curie: The saving grace in all of this is you. As a robot, I had much appreciation for you. But now... it is deeper. I am still loyal.X1a
3300010F044Player Default: Science isn't the only way you can help the Commonwealth.{Thinking} Perhaps you are right. And together we have done much good.Curie: The saving grace in all of this is you. As a robot, I had much appreciation for you. But now... it is deeper. I am still loyal.Y1a
3310010F03FPlayer Default: More feelings. No words for them.{Grateful} The saving grace in all of this is you. As a robot, I had much appreciation for you. But now... it is deeper. I am still loyal.A1a
332{Worried} But now I do this because I want to. Because you are... my friend.Player Default: You're my friend, too, Curie.A1b
3330010F03EPlayer Default: This stirs something in me. I have no idea why.{Worried} I must cut this short. My eyes, they are malfunctioning. Adieu.A1a
3340010F03DPlayer Default: You're my friend, too, Curie.{Happy} This stirs something in me. I have no idea why.Curie: I must cut this short. My eyes, they are malfunctioning. Adieu.A1a
3350010F03CPlayer Default: We've got a job to do. So let's keep it professional.{Irritated} I cannot change how I feel. I do not know how.Curie: I must cut this short. My eyes, they are malfunctioning. Adieu.B1a
3360010F03BPlayer Default: So just friends? Nothing more than that?{Puzzled} I feel... very funny.Curie: I must cut this short. My eyes, they are malfunctioning. Adieu.X1a
337Player Default: So just friends? Nothing more than that?{Puzzled} I am sorry, your words make little sense to me.Curie: I must cut this short. My eyes, they are malfunctioning. Adieu.X2a
3380010F03APlayer Default: What do you think a friend is?{Thinking} Someone that brings you joy - good feelings - when they are about. Someone you desire to help and make happy.Y1a
339{Irritated} Someone you respect. It is hard to say my feelings about you. You are just... a friend, yes?Player Default: You're my friend, too, Curie.Y1b
340COMCurie_03_AdmirationToConfidant001645D5Player Default: Well, they should keep it to themselves.{Worried} I must get a handle on this if I am ever to advance my experiments.A1a
3410010F035Player Default: I have time. Let's talk.It is a personal matter.Curie: My control of feelings is worse than before. And you, you are no help. With your teasing of poor little Curie.A1a
3420010F034Player Default: I don't have time to talk.Please, soon.Curie: My control of feelings is worse than before. And you, you are no help. With your teasing of poor little Curie.B1a
3430010F033Player Default: You're pretty distracting yourself.{Flirting} I had a point. A reason. Oh, yes.Curie: My control of feelings is worse than before. And you, you are no help. With your teasing of poor little Curie.X1a
3440010F032Player Default: What's up?It is a personal matter. About... Well...Curie: My control of feelings is worse than before. And you, you are no help. With your teasing of poor little Curie.Y1a
3450010F02DPlayer Default: It is a personal matter.{Flirting} My control of feelings is worse than before. And you, you are no help. With your teasing of poor little Curie.A1a
346{Depressed} But it is not just you. Sometimes a simple compliment, "Nice hair" and I am flustered. Confused.A1b
347{Sad} Other times, people suggest the strangest and most lurid things. And I am even more confused. Why do people do this?Player Default: You're full of life and optimism. People find that attractive.A1c
3480010F02CPlayer Default: You're full of life and optimism. People find that attractive.{Flirting} Well, they should keep it to themselves.Curie: I must get a handle on this if I am ever to advance my experiments.A1a
3490010F02BPlayer Default: You need to develop a thicker skin and get used to things like that.{Neutral} That... That is good advice.Curie: I must get a handle on this if I am ever to advance my experiments.B1a
3500010F02APlayer Default: It's all part of being human.{Worried} How do you get anything done?Curie: I must get a handle on this if I am ever to advance my experiments.X1a
3510010F029Player Default: Because you're so cute when you're confused.{Flirting} You are not making any of this easier... You.Curie: I must get a handle on this if I am ever to advance my experiments.Y1a
3520010F020NPCFCurie: Do you have time? It is important to me.{Irritated} You are so very, very distracting. You know this, yes?Player Default: I have time. Let's talk.A1a
3530010BA41Do you have time? It is important to me.Curie: You are so very, very distracting. You know this, yes?A
354We must talk.Curie: You are so very, very distracting. You know this, yes?A
355COMCurie_04_ConfidantToInfatuation0010F01FPlayer Default: This sounds good.{Happy} It is much better than that.Curie: I begged to become a synth for a reason. For science. To be able to make real progress in studying the medical arts. I have had a breakthrough.A1a
3560010F01EPlayer Default: I'm busy right now.{Sad} Of course. But we must talk soon.Curie: I begged to become a synth for a reason. For science. To be able to make real progress in studying the medical arts. I have had a breakthrough.B1a
3570010F01DPlayer Default: I can think of better things to get excited about.{Flirting} Oh, that's so... No, I will not let you derail me.Curie: I begged to become a synth for a reason. For science. To be able to make real progress in studying the medical arts. I have had a breakthrough.X1a
358Player Default: I can think of better things to get excited about.{Happy} Wonderful.Curie: I begged to become a synth for a reason. For science. To be able to make real progress in studying the medical arts. I have had a breakthrough.X2a
3590010F01CPlayer Default: You're excited. What is it?{Happy} I am elated. Giddy.Curie: I begged to become a synth for a reason. For science. To be able to make real progress in studying the medical arts. I have had a breakthrough.Y1a
3600010F017Player Default: It is much better than that.{Confident} I begged to become a synth for a reason. For science. To be able to make real progress in studying the medical arts. I have had a breakthrough.A1a
361{Happy} Using a new strain of mutfruit, I have discovered a way to greatly improve the restorative properties of stimpaks.A1b
362{Apologetic} I realize this is not earthshaking, but it means that inspiration does exist.Player Default: I know it wasn't easy, but you did it.A1c
3630010F016Player Default: I know it wasn't easy, but you did it.{Happy} I find my head full of notions. Experiments. Many will fail, but maybe I will make more discoveries.Curie: And you have given me this capacity. And beyond that, so much more. The world is full of life, possibilities.A1a
3640010F015Player Default: Doesn't sound more useful than a normal stimpak.{Amused} If you do not believe so, the next time you are injured you should try it yourself.Curie: And you have given me this capacity. And beyond that, so much more. The world is full of life, possibilities.B1a
3650010F014Player Default: Sounds useful. I can use some.Of course. You might say that our frequent escapades and injuries provided the real inspiration.Curie: And you have given me this capacity. And beyond that, so much more. The world is full of life, possibilities.X1a
3660010F013Player Default: How did you discover that?Mutafruit has a particular sugar compound that stimulates platelet production and can close wounds.Y1a
367Unfortunately, the plant, when grown in the wild, is irradiated and develops natural toxins to ward off pests.Y1b
368Strain 17 has been genetically bred in sterile conditions to remove both problems. The new, pure sugar is already offering promise.Player Default: I know it wasn't easy, but you did it.Y1c
3690010F00EPlayer Default: I find my head full of notions. Experiments. Many will fail, but maybe I will make more discoveries.{Happy} And you have given me this capacity. And beyond that, so much more. The world is full of life, possibilities.A1a
370{Happy} You are very dear to me. My close friend. And I hope I can return the many favors you have given me.Player Default: I consider you the same.A1b
3710010F00DPlayer Default: I consider you the same.{Happy} Good. Very good.Curie: Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.A1a
3720010F00CPlayer Default: Sure, we're friends. Just tone it down a notch.{Friendly} Oh, I think I have been carried away. I will contain myself.Curie: Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.B1a
3730010F00BPlayer Default: You shouldn't be my friend just because you think you owe me.{Confident} My feelings do not grow out of obligation. They come from a deeper, more profound place.Curie: Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.X1a
3740010F00APlayer Default: What we have between us is deeper than friendship.{Flirting} My very first thought in all this excitement was I must tell you. It wouldn't feel real until I shared it with you.Curie: You know... You mean very much... Oh, I am so terrible at this.Y1a
375Player Default: What we have between us is deeper than friendship.{Flirting} You? You feel this way about me? I thought I was alone.Curie: You know... You mean very much... Oh, I am so terrible at this.Y2a
376Player Default: What we have between us is deeper than friendship.{Thinking} Perhaps. But I am still so very new to all of this. Being human.Y3a
377{Apologetic} If you could give me some time to think... or feel it through. But for now, please share this happiness with me.Curie: Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.Y3b
378Player Default: What we have between us is deeper than friendship.{Surprised} I... I was not expecting this. My own feelings are like tangled yarn.Y4a
379{Apologetic} It is so hard to unravel. Please I need time. Until then, please share my happiness.Curie: Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.Y4b
3800010F005Player Default: Good. Very good.{Happy} Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.A1a
3810010BA41{Happy} Tell me, you must have time now.Player Default: This sounds good.A
382{Happy} I simply must share. I have news.Player Default: This sounds good.A
383COMCurie_04a_ConfidantToInfatuation0010F004{Flirting} You know... You mean very much... Oh, I am so terrible at this.Player Default: It's OK. You mean a lot to me, too.A1a
3840010F003Player Default: It's OK. You mean a lot to me, too.{Worried} I dared not hope. When we are apart, I guess and second guess. I should be only thinking about this achievement.A1a
385{Flirting} Instead my thoughts... they linger on you.Player Default: I love you, Curie.A1b
3860010F002Player Default: It's probably better if we just stay friends.{Depressed} Yes. Of course. Sorry, I thought... Well, never mind.B1a
387{Depressed} Here is a sample of my new stimpak. Now I must share this with the world.Player Default: I love you, Curie.B1b
388Player Default: It's probably better if we just stay friends.{Depressed} I... If you think this is best. Of course, I think so, too.Player Default: I love you, Curie.B2a
389Player Default: It's probably better if we just stay friends.{Sad} Then we will keep what we have. Which means a... great deal to me.Player Default: I love you, Curie.B3a
3900010F001Player Default: I mean very much... what? To the Commonwealth? Heck, to the world?{Flirting} No, I was wrong. You're the one's that's terrible. To tease me such.Player Default: I love you, Curie.X1a
3910010F000Player Default: What were you going to say?{Nervous} I am... afraid to say anything more. I feel a coward.Player Default: It's OK. You mean a lot to me, too.Y1a
3920010EFFBPlayer Default: I love you, Curie.{Flirting} And I love you.Curie: The world seems so very bright. And I cannot wait to see what becomes of this.A1a
3930010EFFAPlayer Default: I like you, Curie, but I don't think this is going to work.{Apologetic} You are probably right. Hopefully we can still journey together. I must... be going.Curie: The world seems so very bright. And I cannot wait to see what becomes of this.B1a
394Player Default: I like you, Curie, but I don't think this is going to work.{Friendly} It is such a relief to know exactly where we stand. Which is a very good place. Now let's go do or see something together.Curie: The world seems so very bright. And I cannot wait to see what becomes of this.B2a
3950010EFF9Player Default: Maybe I can take you out to dinner. See a movie. Or whatever people do these days.{Flirting} I may be getting this out of order. But, I love you. And I would like this very, very much.Curie: The world seems so very bright. And I cannot wait to see what becomes of this.X1a
3960010EFF8Player Default: What do you want? From us, I mean?{Worried} I do not know. I have read so many medical textbooks. But none of them covered anything like this.Y1a
397{Flirting} All I know, is I want to be with you.Player Default: I love you, Curie.Y1b
3980010EFF3Player Default: And I love you.{Happy} The world seems so very bright. And I cannot wait to see what becomes of this.A1a
399COMCurie_05_NeutralToDisdain0016465FPlayer Default: If you have a problem, leave.{Angry} If you will not change, perhaps I will.B1a
4000016465EPlayer Default: That's your call to make.{Angry} For now, we shall continue. But please treat others with more care.X1a
4010016465DPlayer Default: What did I do wrong?The duty of all members of a society is to promote the quality of life of the collective.Y1a
402Many in the Commonwealth clearly disagree, but I was expecting at least you'd show more concern for others.Player Default: No, we should stay together.Y1b
4030010BA41Do you have time to talk now?Player Default: You can always speak your mind with me.A
404We should talk.Player Default: You can always speak your mind with me.A
40500164669Player Default: You can always speak your mind with me.{Worried} This is a difficult subject.Curie: Although, I am made of organic material now many things I hold onto from my original programming.A1a
40600164668Player Default: Right now is a bad time.Then we should talk soon.Curie: Although, I am made of organic material now many things I hold onto from my original programming.B1a
40700164661Player Default: This is a difficult subject.Although, I am made of organic material now many things I hold onto from my original programming.A1a
408{Irritated} Concepts like etiquette and social responsibility are important to me. And all too often you flaunt these.A1b
409{Somber} It makes me very uncomfortable. Perhaps we should part ways?Player Default: No, we should stay together.A1c
410Player Default: This is a difficult subject.I have been programmed to behave in accordance with a set of societal norms and etiquette.A2a
411All too often I find you break these conventions and this make me greatly uncomfortable.A2b
412Perhaps it is best if we terminate our arrangement?Player Default: No, we should stay together.A2c
41300164660Player Default: No, we should stay together.{Worried} If we do, please treat others with more care.A1a
414COMCurie_06_DisdainToHatred0016464FPlayer Default: Curie, give me another chance. You won't reget it.{Irritated} I find it hard to believe... Fine.Curie: I realize that the whole Commonwealth is a cesspool. But to make it better we must rise above it.A1a
415Player Default: Curie, give me another chance. You won't reget it.{Angry} You've used up all of your chances.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.A2a
4160016464EPlayer Default: No one talks to me like that. Screw you.{Angry} Then I will gladly leave.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.B1a
4170016464DPlayer Default: Face it, you'll do more good traveling with me than on your own.{Worried} I cannot deny... this is true. If you just change a little bit we can make this work.Curie: I realize that the whole Commonwealth is a cesspool. But to make it better we must rise above it.X1a
418Player Default: Face it, you'll do more good traveling with me than on your own.{Irritated} Perhaps this is so. But I cannot take it any more.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.X2a
4190016464CPlayer Default: It's a hard world. I do what I have to.{Angry} This is true. But you will do these things without me.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.Y1a
4200010BA41{Angry} I have an urgent matter to discuss.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.A
421{Angry} We must talk right now.Curie: You are nothing more than a murdering brute. So many innocents are dead. Again.A
42200164658{Irritated} I have come to my wit's end. I came to the surface to further science and to make a positive impact on people's lives.A1a
423{Angry} Though we do some good, all too often you carelessly hurt those around you. And this.A1b
424{Angry} This I can no longer be a part of.Player Default: I'll do better.A1c
42500164657Player Default: I'll do better.{Irritated} How am I supposed to believe this? You focus only on yourself.A1a
426{Angry} As soon as it suits you, I expect you will hurt others again.Player Default: Curie, give me another chance. You won't reget it.A1b
42700164656Player Default: I don't need another lecture.{Angry} Then I will not bore you with one.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.B1a
42800164655Player Default: It can't be that bad.{Irritated} I assure you, it is. You keep focusing on yourself at the expense of everyone else.X1a
429{Angry} And to think I have helped with this... No.Player Default: Curie, give me another chance. You won't reget it.X1b
43000164654Player Default: So you're leaving me, then?{Angry} Yes. I cannot stand by while you use others around you so cruelly.Player Default: Curie, give me another chance. You won't reget it.Y1a
43100164647Player Default: I find it hard to believe... Fine.{Pleading} I realize that the whole Commonwealth is a cesspool. But to make it better we must rise above it.A1a
432{Pleading} So treat the innocents with respect and I will be content. If you can show them a little kindness, so much the better.A1b
433{Angry} But continue this present course and we are through.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.A1c
43400164646Curie: But continue this present course and we are through.{Angry} I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.A1a
43500164645{Angry} You cannot walk away from this. We are through, you and I. Adieu.A1a
43600085064NPCFCurie: We must talk right now.{Angry} You are nothing more than a murdering brute. So many innocents are dead. Again.Curie: I hold onto the vain hope that you learn something from our time together. But I fear you are hopeless. Adieu for good.A1a
437COMCurie_07_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiration0016463CPlayer Default: Sadly, I am.{Sad} This... is so hard to say. Know that I love you, and I think I always will. But you are changing.A1a
438{Depressed} The way you treat people now is harder. It makes my skin crawl to see you like this.A1b
439{Depressed} I cannot stay... like we were. I need time to think.Player Default: But I still care for you.A1c
440Player Default: Sadly, I am.{Sad} Oh, this is hard. You are my dearest friend.A2a
441{Depressed} But you've changed. Grown harder. It wounds me to see you treat others so badly.A2b
442{Depressed} I no longer feel as comfortable traveling with you as I once did.Player Default: But I still care for you.A2c
4430016463BPlayer Default: But I still care for you.{Somber} And I you. But this is really gnawing at me.Curie: I hope you soften. Treat people with more caring. Like you used to.A1a
4440016463APlayer Default: I don't need you judging me.{Sad} See? This. This is what I mean. Hard.Curie: I hope you soften. Treat people with more caring. Like you used to.B1a
4450010BA41I really want to talk.Player Default: You sound troubled.A
446Do you have a moment? Please?Player Default: You sound troubled.A
44700164644Player Default: You sound troubled.{Worried} Sadly, I am.Curie: This... is so hard to say. Know that I love you, and I think I always will. But you are changing.A1a
44800164643Player Default: Not now, Curie.It can wait.Curie: This... is so hard to say. Know that I love you, and I think I always will. But you are changing.B1a
44900164639Player Default: I'm sad to hear that.{Sad} No sadder than I am to say it.Curie: I hope you soften. Treat people with more caring. Like you used to.X1a
45000164638Player Default: What do you mean by harder?{Sad} You used to put others ahead of yourself. It is a quality I greatly admired.Y1a
451{Worried} But now... You seem more focused on yourself. Or maybe, you were always this way.Y1b
452{Depressed} And I let my feelings cloud that.Player Default: But I still care for you.Y1c
45300164633Player Default: And I you. But this is really gnawing at me.{Sad} I hope you soften. Treat people with more caring. Like you used to.A1a
454{Sad} Until you do I must put some distance between us. Emotionally.A1b
455{Sad} You're still my friend, but to mend this will take time.A1c
456COMCurie_08_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral0016462APlayer Default: Thank you.For a time, I found our partnership most rewarding. It is exactly what I hoped for when I left my Vault.Curie: But now... You make many decisions that make me want to pull my hair out.A1a
4570016461FPlayer Default: Once I valued you, but now... You make it hard.{Pleading} Everywhere you go, you make such a difference. Please, make that difference one for the better.A1a
4580010BA41Is now a better time to talk?Player Default: Talk to me, then.A
459I'd like to speak with you.Player Default: Talk to me, then.A
46000164632Player Default: Talk to me, then.Thank you.Curie: For a time, I found our partnership most rewarding. It is exactly what I hoped for when I left my Vault.A1a
46100164631Player Default: I don't have time right now.Later, then.Curie: For a time, I found our partnership most rewarding. It is exactly what I hoped for when I left my Vault.B1a
46200164629Curie: For a time, I found our partnership most rewarding. It is exactly what I hoped for when I left my Vault.{Worried} But now... You make many decisions that make me want to pull my hair out.Curie: I want to travel with someone who shares my passion for making the Commonwealth a safer and more civilized place.A1a
463Curie: For a time, I found our partnership most rewarding. It is exactly what I hoped for when I left my Vault.But your recent pattern of activity is contrary to my programming.Curie: I want to travel with someone who shares my passion for making the Commonwealth a safer and more civilized place.A2a
46400164628Curie: But now... You make many decisions that make me want to pull my hair out.{Concerned} I want to travel with someone who shares my passion for making the Commonwealth a safer and more civilized place.A1a
465Please, go back to doing more of this instead of your current behavior.Player Default: I don't want to make you uncomfortable, I value you.A1b
46600164627Player Default: I don't want to make you uncomfortable, I value you.{Depressed} Once I valued you, but now... You make it hard.Curie: Everywhere you go, you make such a difference. Please, make that difference one for the better.A1a
46700164626Player Default: The Commonwealth's a tough place, so stop whining about how I do my business.{Angry} As you wish.Curie: Everywhere you go, you make such a difference. Please, make that difference one for the better.B1a
46800164625Player Default: I'll consider what you said.{Stern} I hope you do more than just consider it.Curie: Everywhere you go, you make such a difference. Please, make that difference one for the better.X1a
46900164624Player Default: What can I do to make it better?{Sad} You have, in the past, treated people with honor and respect. This is the person I gladly followed.Curie: Everywhere you go, you make such a difference. Please, make that difference one for the better.Y1a
470COMCurie_09_RepeatNeutralToDisdain0016461ENPCFCurie: Do not walk away from me again.{Irritated} Is there something wrong with you? Is it so hard to help people?A1a
471{Angry} To treat others with civility and a small measure of grace? If you continue this, then I am gone.Player Default: I want to help people.A1b
4720016461DPlayer Default: I want to help people.{Depressed} And sometimes, I know, you do. But you must do better.Curie: So change soon or we are finished.A1a
4730016461CPlayer Default: Just shut up.{Angry} For people born in this time, I make allowances.B1a
474{Angry} But you lived in the Old World and should know better how to treat people.Curie: So change soon or we are finished.B1b
4750016461BPlayer Default: Understood.Good.Curie: So change soon or we are finished.X1a
4760016461APlayer Default: Civility? Grace? Is it really that important?{Angry} If everyone behaves like you the whole Commonwealth will devolve. Perhaps into anarchy.Y1a
477{Angry} And that hurts everyone. Even you.Curie: So change soon or we are finished.Y1b
4780010BA41Do not walk away from me again.Curie: Is there something wrong with you? Is it so hard to help people?A
479We must have words. Now.Curie: Is there something wrong with you? Is it so hard to help people?A
48000164615Player Default: And sometimes, I know, you do. But you must do better.{Angry} So change soon or we are finished.A1a
481COMCurie_10_RepeatDisdainToHatred0016460BPlayer Default: Another? I was a fool to give you as many chances as I have. Not again.{Angry} I almost think the world would be better if you were not in it. Adieu.A1a
4820010BA41{Angry} That. Is. It.Curie: We are through you and I. You treat people like garbage. I will have nothing to do with you any more.A
48300164614NPCFCurie: That. Is. It.{Angry} We are through you and I. You treat people like garbage. I will have nothing to do with you any more.Player Default: Just give me one last chance.A1a
48400164613Player Default: Just give me one last chance.{Irritated} Another? I was a fool to give you as many chances as I have. Not again.Curie: I almost think the world would be better if you were not in it. Adieu.A1a
48500164612Player Default: Go ahead and leave, I don't need you.{Angry} I will do so gladly.Curie: I almost think the world would be better if you were not in it. Adieu.B1a
48600164611Player Default: Do what you got to do.{Angry} Oh, I shall.Curie: I almost think the world would be better if you were not in it. Adieu.X1a
48700164610Player Default: What's your problem?{Angry} You. You are my problem.Curie: I almost think the world would be better if you were not in it. Adieu.Y1a
488COMCurie_11_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation0016460APlayer Default: Sounds like you're in a good mood.{Friendly} Oh, I am. I have been thinking a great deal.Curie: Awhile back. I said some things. About distance and being softer.A1a
489001645FFPlayer Default: I don't know.{Friendly} Give it time, I am sure if we work together our best days are still ahead of us.X1a
490001645FEPlayer Default: You sure about this?{Happy} I am, my love. I have been miserable without you. But no more. You'll see.Y1a
491Player Default: You sure about this?{Happy} I am. I cannot thank you enough for being my friend. My best friend.Y2a
4920010BA41Can we talk now?Player Default: Sounds like you're in a good mood.A
493I really want to speak with you.Player Default: Sounds like you're in a good mood.A
49400164609Player Default: Later.Of course.Curie: Awhile back. I said some things. About distance and being softer.B1a
49500164602Player Default: Oh, I am. I have been thinking a great deal.{Apologetic} Awhile back. I said some things. About distance and being softer.A1a
496{Happy} And either I was jumping at the shadows, or you've changed so much for the better.A1b
497{Happy} Regardless, I feel closer to you than ever before. Everything can be like it was before, yes?Player Default: Sure. Just like we were.A1c
49800164601Player Default: Sure. Just like we were.{Happy} I was so miserable without you, my love. But now we are together again and my heart feels like it will burst.A1a
499Player Default: Sure. Just like we were.{Happy} I am so relieved. Thank you for being my best friend again.A2a
50000164600Player Default: What you said to me before really hurt.{Apologetic} I feel terrible about that. You do know that all of this is so new. I will make mistakes.B1a
501{Apologetic} But I will make it up to you, you'll see.B1b
502COMCurie_12_InfatuationRepeaterRegular001645F9NPCFCurie: Even now, I am still abuzz with my discovery. In time, who knows if others await?{Happy} Is this what it's like to be human? To have a world of possibilities just over the horizon?Player Default: You know, you're a very refreshing person to travel with.A1a
503001645F8Player Default: You know, you're a very refreshing person to travel with.{Amused} And you, you're not so bad yourself. See, I make a joke.Curie: And I have you, my bestest friend, to thank for all of this. I will never forget this, you know?A1a
504001645F7Player Default: There's good times, sure. But life is usually full of pain.{Sad} Oh. That is so... depressing. But come, if this is a rare good time - we should enjoy it.Curie: And I have you, my bestest friend, to thank for all of this. I will never forget this, you know?B1a
505001645F6Player Default: Partly. Being human is complicated.{Happy} On that we can agree.Curie: And I have you, my bestest friend, to thank for all of this. I will never forget this, you know?X1a
506001645F5Player Default: Your discovery really makes you that happy?{Happy} More than I can say. As a machine I was certain of my fundamental limitations. So many of them.Y1a
507{Happy} And now I can do things, think things, I could never imagine before.Curie: And I have you, my bestest friend, to thank for all of this. I will never forget this, you know?Y1b
508001645F0Player Default: And you, you're not so bad yourself. See, I make a joke.{Grateful} And I have you, my bestest friend, to thank for all of this. I will never forget this, you know?Player Default: You're my best friend, as well.A1a
509001645EBPlayer Default: You're my best friend, as well.{Happy} Then all is right with the world.A1a
510001645EAPlayer Default: Yeah, yeah, I'm the best.{Amused} You know, you really are.B1a
5110010BA41{Happy} Even now, I am still abuzz with my discovery. In time, who knows if others await?Curie: Is this what it's like to be human? To have a world of possibilities just over the horizon?A
512001645E9Player Default: You're welcome.{Happy} Let us continue on our adventures.X1a
513001645E8Player Default: Maybe we should try being more than best friends.{Worried} I... I have been thinking of this. And...Curie: You know... You mean very much... Oh, I am so terrible at this.Y1a
514Player Default: Maybe we should try being more than best friends.{Puzzled} I... I am not ready for this. What we have matters so very much to me.Y2a
515{Friendly} I would not endanger it for anything. But let us carry on and have further adventures together.Y2b
516COMCurie_Dismiss0010F093Are you sure I am not needed?Player Default: Yeah.A1a
5170010F092Player Default: Yeah.As you wish.A1a
5180010F08FPlayer Default: Is that a problem?No. If you need to run your own errands, I will of course respect this.Player Default: Yeah.Y1a
519COMCurie_Murder0010F0A4Player Default: Now's not a good time.{Angry} This matter is most urgent. It will not wait long.Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.B1a
5200010F0A2Player Default: You sound angry.{Angry} I am beyond this. I am furious.Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.Y1a
521Player Default: You sound angry.I am incapable of true anger. But my programming on this is most firm.Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.Y2a
5220010F09DPlayer Default: This matter is most urgent. It will not wait long.{Angry} You have committed murder. A crime most foul.Curie: To think that someone I care for, someone I love could do such a terrible thing. Surely, it was an accident. Not to be repeated.A1a
5230010F09CCurie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.{Angry} To think that someone I care for, someone I love could do such a terrible thing. Surely, it was an accident. Not to be repeated.Player Default: It won't happen again. Promise.A1a
524Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.{Angry} To think, someone I respect and admire so highly could do something so terrible. Surely this was a tragic mistake. Not to be repeated.Player Default: It won't happen again. Promise.A2a
525Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.{Angry} To think someone I consider a friend could do something so terrible. You must not do this thing.Player Default: It won't happen again. Promise.A3a
526Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.{Angry} I know we have our problems, but to think that even you could stoop so low. You must not do this.Player Default: It won't happen again. Promise.A4a
527Curie: You have committed murder. A crime most foul.This is against everything I believe. I cannot stand for this behavior.Player Default: It won't happen again. Promise.A5a
5280010F09BPlayer Default: It won't happen again. Promise.{Stern} As long as you hold to that, we can still travel together.A1a
5290010F09APlayer Default: I'll do what I want to who I want.{Angry} If this is how you truly feel, then it is clear we are not as close as I once thought.B1a
530Player Default: I'll do what I want to who I want.{Angry} To be clear, if you do this one more time, then our association is over.B2a
5310010F099Player Default: It was a mistake. These things happen up here.{Stern} I believe you. But I will not tolerate any more mistakes like this.X1a
5320010F098Player Default: People die all the time up here. Was what happened really murder?{Irritated} I agree, there are many lawbreakers up here. But those were innocent people. It is quite clear that was a heinous deed.Y1a
533{Angry} See that it is not repeated.Y1b
5340010BA41{Angry} I must insist we talk. At once.Player Default: If you have something to say, I'll listen.A
535{Angry} This matter cannot wait. We must speak.Player Default: If you have something to say, I'll listen.A
536COMCurie_PickUpScene001869A5Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly / Friendly} So gracious of you, Monsieur Codsworth. Until we meet again.A1a
537Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly and reassuring. / Friendly} But of course, Monsieur Codsworth. I assure you, no harm will befall your master.A2a
538Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly and reassuring. / Friendly} But of course, Monsieur Codsworth. I assure you, no harm will befall your mistress.A3a
539Player Default: Then let us get under way.No need to worry, Mademoiselle Cait. My offensive capabilities are quite formidable.A4a
540Player Default: Then let us get under way.Mon dieu! Always so polite. Au revoir to you, MacCready.A5a
541Player Default: Then let us get under way.There's no need to be embarrassed, we merely possess different skills.A6a
542Player Default: Then let us get under way.But Monsieur Danse, how have I offended you?A7a
543Player Default: Then let us get under way.I assure you, Monsieur Deacon, I am fully equipped and quite capable of dealing with a multitude of situations.A8a
544Player Default: Then let us get under way.Unlike you, I did not undergo such a procedure on a whim.A9a
545Player Default: Then let us get under way.Don't worry, Monsieur Strong. I don't rust so easily.A10a
546Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Friendly} Oh monsieur. We do not watch. We observe.A11a
547Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Concerned} Well I hope to not have to pick any at all.A12a
548Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Question} I have read all available materials on the subject. Will that not be sufficent?A13a
549Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Confident / Question} I am the top of the line of RobCo technology. I assure you I am capable of this.A14a
550Player Default: Then let us get under way.{Confident / Question} I have survived centuries more than you, monsieur.A15a
5510010F0ADPlayer Default: I'd like to travel together some more.Then let us get under way.Companion: Ah, Miss Curie. Never was there a more suitable replacement.A1a
5520010F0ACPlayer Default: Never mind.As you wish.Companion: Ah, Miss Curie. Never was there a more suitable replacement.B1a
5530010F0ABPlayer Default: Let's trade some things.But, of course.Companion: Ah, Miss Curie. Never was there a more suitable replacement.X1a
5540010F0AAPlayer Default: How are you doing?I must confess, I am missing you. I hope you've come so we can travel together again. Hint hint.Player Default: I'd like to travel together some more.Y1a
555Player Default: How are you doing?I am delighted to see you again. I find myself lonelier without your good company. But I occupy myself with science and research.Player Default: I'd like to travel together some more.Y2a
556Player Default: How are you doing?I keep myself occupied. So much of what I knew is no longer valid. I am quite content to be left alone to continue my research.Player Default: I'd like to travel together some more.Y3a
557Player Default: How are you doing?I find myself wanting to set out again and see the world. I am tempted to do this on my own, but there is so much danger.Y4a
558I hope we can renew our partnership. For science, of course.Player Default: I'd like to travel together some more.Y4b
5590010BA41Do you need something, monsieur?Player Default: I'd like to travel together some more.A
560Do you need something, madame?Player Default: I'd like to travel together some more.A
561COMCurie_PickUpScene_Initial00239ED0A moment, please?Curie: I have been trapped so many years. I believe it's customary to thank you for your role in saving me.A1a
5620010BA6DCurie: A moment, please?I have been trapped so many years. I believe it's customary to thank you for your role in saving me.Curie: My entire life has been in this Vault. I have analyzed and learned everything there is to know here.A1a
5630010BA6BCurie: I have been trapped so many years. I believe it's customary to thank you for your role in saving me.My entire life has been in this Vault. I have analyzed and learned everything there is to know here.A1a
564So now I must see the rest of the Commonwealth. Consult with scientists. Unearth more data to challenge my hypotheses.Player Default: After the bombs, the Commonwealth is a little lacking in the science department.A1b
5650010BA6APlayer Default: After the bombs, the Commonwealth is a little lacking in the science department.But surely there is still men of learning out there. And, if nothing else, there is data.Curie: I can see you already have company. I do not wish to intrude. But, I must ask.A1a
5660010BA69Player Default: Your job is to stay here, not go gallavanting around the Commonwealth.My former master, Monsieur Burrow, is quite dead. I have no other orders or obligations.B1a
567So advancing my scientific understanding seems a worthy cause.Curie: I can see you already have company. I do not wish to intrude. But, I must ask.B1b
5680010BA68Player Default: It sounds like the Vault could really use you.Of this, there is no doubt. But I seek to elevate my capabilities, and down here I will stagnate.Curie: I can see you already have company. I do not wish to intrude. But, I must ask.X1a
5690010BA67Player Default: What are you looking to learn up there?Down here is an enclosed system. And without the introduction of new mutagens, viruses, or bacteria it is quite... dull, medically speaking.Y1a
570The world up there is infinitely more complex. Who knows what diseases can be found and studied?Player Default: After the bombs, the Commonwealth is a little lacking in the science department.Y1b
5710010BA62Curie: I can see you already have company. I do not wish to intrude. But, I must ask.Please, monsieur, can you take me with you?Player Default: Come along, then.A1a
572Curie: I can see you already have company. I do not wish to intrude. But, I must ask.Please, madame, can you take me with you?Player Default: Come along, then.A2a
5730010BA61Player Default: But surely there is still men of learning out there. And, if nothing else, there is data.I can see you already have company. I do not wish to intrude. But, I must ask.Curie: Please, monsieur, can you take me with you?A1a
5740010BA60Player Default: Come along, then.Excellent. We must embark at once.A1a
5750010BA5FPlayer Default: Not right now.Well, perhaps for now I will help out here. But if you change your mind, please, you must find me.B1a
5760010BA5DPlayer Default: It's no picnic up there. Anything you can do to help us survive?But, of course. I have been equipped with medical equipment. If you become injured in our journeys, I can administer stimpaks.Y1a
577I also have defensive capabilities. A laser. But surely there's little reason to use that.Player Default: Come along, then.Y1b
5780010BA41Tell me you've change your mind. I have little more to learn here. I would travel with you.Player Default: Come along, then.A
579A moment, please?Curie: I have been trapped so many years. I believe it's customary to thank you for your role in saving me.A
580COMCurie_zz_OldLines001645DFPlayer Default:My mind keeps replaying the words you have said to me over and over. It is maddening.A1a
581And so I wonder, do you like me? Do you more than like me? What does that even mean? Please tell me I'm not sounding the fool.Player Default: I have real feelings for you. Of the more than friendship flavor.A1b
582001645DEPlayer Default: I have real feelings for you. Of the more than friendship flavor.Oh. I see.Curie: Good. My head feels light. Very curious biological things are about. I must leave.A1a
583001645DDPlayer Default: We're just friends, Curie. Nothing more.Oh, I am the fool. Apologies. Humans are just so complicated.Curie: Good. My head feels light. Very curious biological things are about. I must leave.B1a
584001645DCPlayer Default: I lost someone... very important to me. I'm not ready to "more than like" anyone.This is terrible. And here I am babbling and you have real loss.Curie: Good. My head feels light. Very curious biological things are about. I must leave.X1a
585001645DBPlayer Default: It depends. Do you more than like me?And again with my head and the spinning feelings.Curie: Good. My head feels light. Very curious biological things are about. I must leave.Y1a
586001645D6Player Default: Oh. I see.Good. My head feels light. Very curious biological things are about. I must leave.A1a
587Player Default: Oh. I see.Please, let's not talk about this again.A2a
588Player Default: Oh. I see.Please, let's not talk about this again.A3a
589Player Default: Oh. I see.I... I think I shall leave.A4a
590001645E7Player Default:Curie: My mind keeps replaying the words you have said to me over and over. It is maddening.A1a
591001645E6Player Default:Curie: My mind keeps replaying the words you have said to me over and over. It is maddening.B1a
592001645E5Player Default:Curie: My mind keeps replaying the words you have said to me over and over. It is maddening.X1a
593001645E4Player Default:Curie: My mind keeps replaying the words you have said to me over and over. It is maddening.Y1a
594-001D2872{Tsk tsk in tone} Eating like this. Most unsanitary.
595{Tsk tsk in tone} Several rare and dangerous diseases can be caught eating like this.
596{Mild curiosity - no distaste} Is this sort of... dining... common now?
5970019DB9FI cannot get there.
598I can't reach that.
599There's no way to get there.
6000016DA48What happened to the people here?
601It is so quiet now.
602I hope wherever the people went they are safe.
6030016DA47So bright.
604It was never this... bright in the Vault.
605It's very bright.
6060016DA46I wonder, have they hired a maid? Good job.
607So clean.
608I think all the Commonwealth should look this way.
6090016DA45I feel... uneasy.
610This place is most unsettling.
611Be careful.
6120016DA44I have more than my fill of darkness.
613Be careful to not stub your toe.
614Someone should turn on the light.
6150016DA43So dirty. Whoever owns this place should be ashamed.
616I hope you have no allergies. This place is filthy.
617And here I am with no duster.
6180016DA41It looks quite defensible.
619These defenses are quite sturdy, yes?
620They went to great trouble to defend this place.
6210016DA40Fascinating. I should collect samples.
622Perhaps a tissue sample is in order.
623Tisk tisk. The dead should be handled more carefully than this.
6240016DA3FThis offends my sensibilities.
625I want to leave this place.
626How disturbing.
6270016DA3EPerhaps we can find some useful data here?
628What wonders man can build. When they aren't trying to kill each other.
629I feel almost at home here.
6300016DA3DCan you hear me?
631Too noisy!
632Can someone turn it down?
6330016DA3CSo dirty. Whoever owns this place should be ashamed.
634Have they no pride?
635The Commonwealth is a very filthy place. For shame.
6360016DA3BOh, how wonderful.
637When I imagined the world outside the Vault, this is what I was hoping for.
638Oh, can we stay here?
6390016DA3AIt is very... still, is it not?
640I am tired of silence.
641There is no noise at all.
6420016DA39This looks like a good place to rest.
643Ahh, refuge.
644I like it here.
6450016DA38What is...? Oh. The smell.
646{It smells bad} My nose is so broken. Ack.
647Why have a nose at all with things... like this?
6480016DA37We should wear life preservers here.
649Modern water is quite contaminated. Be careful.
650It is very wet.
6510016DA36Good morning, my love.
652Another day with you.
653I feel so wonderfully rested.
654Do we have to get up?
655Sleep well, my love?
6560010BA58A grenade has been dispatched.
657Flee the area.
6580010BA57Continued hostilities is not advised.
659Your actions could result in injury.
660Why is everything so dangerous up here?
661Odds of your success are virtually nil.
662A violent tendencies greatly decreases your life expectancy.
663Caution. I am equipped with defensive capabilities.
664At least I can observe battlefield traumas.
665Vehicular injuries were supposed to be the greatest threat up here.
666Studying physical injury could result in something, I suppose.
667I believe I already have enough data on combat related maladies.
6680010BA56Yyaagh!
669Yyaagh!
670Yyaagh!
6710010BA55Oww.
672Eff.
673That hurts.
674Pain.
675Ugh.
676Stop that.
677Oof.
678Uhhh.
6790010BA54Please... do not let me... power...
6800010BA53I have sustained considerable damage.
681Critical damage imminent. Requesting assistance.
682Oh no. I have been hit.
6830010BA52I appear to be disabled.
684I have sustained serious injury.
685Mechanical assistance requested.
6860010BA51Danger detected. Evade.
687Move. And cover vital organs.
688Imminent threat detected.
6890010BA50Engaging in close combat.
690This is for you.
691Hostiles vacate close proximity.
692Engaging secondary defenses.
693Cease hostilities.
6940010BA4FDo you need something from me?
695May I be of assistance?
696What do you want?
697You need something, yes?
6980010BA4EI cannot do that.
699Sorry, but I am unable to comply.
700I am not capable of this.
701At this time, I cannot do that.
702I must apologize.
7030010BA4DThis falls outside of my programming.
704I was not built for this.
705I have failsafes which prevent me from doing this.
706I am forbidden from doing this.
707That falls outside the accepted cultural norms.
708I find this distasteful. I will not do it.
7090010BA4CIf you ever need something more...
710I will resume other functions.
711If this is what you want.
712Current operation terminated.
713I shall move on, then.
7140010BA4BI shall follow you.
715But, of course, I will follow you.
716I am ready.
717I will wait. It is safe here, yes?
718If waiting is what's required...
719Just don't leave me here too long.
720Yes.
721Absolutely.
722I would be delighted to.
723I will attend to this.
724I shall make this a priority.
725At once.
726One of my duties is to serve.
7270010BA4AWe appear to be under fire.
728We are being shot at. Enemy unknown.
729I believe a sniper has found us. That is the right word, yes?
730Looking for the shooter.
731Engaging evasive maneuvers.
7320010BA49We are fighting? Why not a civilized discussion, instead?
733I am in combat. Again.
734I suppose we should dispatch them.
735My primary purpose is not combat.
736Oh, there is to be the fighting.
737Be careful. Violent engagements can result in a variety of injuries.
738There is a lot more of this up here than I was led to believe.
739Engaging defensive countermeasures.
740Returning fire.
741I'd much rather discuss science.
742What a fascinating specimen. I wonder what it's original species was.
743The mutations in this bug are fascinating.
744We should preserve one of these for study.
745Did this evolve from a mosquito?
746What a discovery. A mutated mosquito.
747Is this mosquito a product of the FEV? Or radiation?
748The taxonomy of this is most intriguing.
749The threat assessment is most dire.
750My memory has no idea what this... thing is. Intriguing.
751I must have a sample of this. Preferably once it is quite dead.
752Eyebot. Threat assessment minimal.
753And even the little eyebots fight here? So strange.
754Monsieur Platt predicted this condition. It appears he was correct.
755A "ghoul." Most intriguing. Starting recording.
756Detecting an increase in radiation.
757One must wonder, what causes the deterioration of this ghoul condition?
758I may be able to collect replacement parts.
759This Mr. Handy is obviously defective. We should consult a repairman.
760Even the crabs have mutated. Their carapace provided no resistance.
761We must defeat these... Mirelurks. For science.
762Tissue samples may provide theories as to these Mirelurks genesis.
763These Mirelurks, they were not in the Old World, right?
764The Mirelurk Queen must play a vital role in their reproductive cycle.
765Though the medical data is potentially significant, I recommend we avoid this.
766Pardon me, is this what is called a dog?
767Surely, these are near the bottom of the food pyramid.
768Taxonomy unknown. This little thing must be studied.
769A standard model Protectron. Very dangerous.
770The robot is attacking us.
771The roach is attacking.
772This species must have evolved from the common roach. Periplaneta americana.
773A scorpion of such size. What a find.
774If we survive this radscorpion it simply must be autopsied.
775The Sentry Bot is attacking. I recommend extreme caution.
776Combat reports of Sentry Bots is most alarming.
777A giant hornet. Amazing.
778Truly the power of radiation is limitless. Look at this hornet.
779Ah, the FEV virus. There were rumors of this.
780What changes the Super Mutants, surely, it is no contagious?
781And they maintain brain functions and motor control even after the FEV? Fascinating.
782RobCo did not make robots such as this.
783The technology to make this. Incredible.
784Is this what is called... a "synth"?
785Oh no. The turret has become active.
786Remember. Turrets can be quite hazardous.
787The flying vehicle, it is attacking.
788We must take cover from this vertibird.
789The little doggie is dangerous now.
790Dogs are also vulnerable to radiation induced mutation.
791This bear appears to be highly dangerous.
792Radiation has mutated this bear into something fascinating. And deadly.
7930010BA48Did you hear something?
794I may have detected unusual behavior.
795There is something nearby. Identity unknown.
796We may not be alone.
797Someone is nearby. Perhaps they are friendly?
7980010BA47The enemy appears to be missing.
799I believe the enemy is gone.
800Terminating combat protocols.
801Sensors result no enemies. The threat is over.
802No sign of enemy activity.
8030010BA46Oh, there you are.
804The enemy has been spotted.
805Resuming combat operations.
806Enemy detected.
807What was lost is found.
8080010BA45I believe the term is, "Yahoo"?
809Again I have survived the hostilities.
810I would prefer if there was a whole lot less of... that.
811Messieurs Enemies have been dispatched.
812This place is so violent.
813I am still intact.
814Your pulse and vital signs are still within acceptable parameters.
815Later, I will review these logs for relevant data.
816Are you still well, monsieur?
817Are you still well, madame?
818Though dangerous, combat is quite vigorous exercise.
8190010BA44Visual contact broken.
820Where are you?
821I do not see them any more.
822Engaging search protocol.
823My sensors have lost them.
8240010BA43Threat no longer detected.
825We appear to have lost the enemy.
826Ceasing combat operations.
827Enemies no longer on sensors.
828We appear to be safe now.
8290010BA42Hostilities resuming.
8300010BA40Just leave me alone.
831Perhaps I was better in the Vault.
832I have nothing kind I can say about you.
833Traveling with you is a mistake.
834Is there any hope for humanity?
835I hope you have no need of this Stimpak. But just in case.
836I should be able to make another Stimpak soon.
837Stimpaks are a marvelous invention, don't you think?
838I have not yet mastered Doctor VanTudle's advanced Stimpak recipe. But I am working on it.
839When I think of you, my heart beats for fast. And I feel flush. There, it's happening again.
840Perhaps we can conduct further nocturnal experiments? Tonight.
841You disrupt my mental functions. In a very delicious way.
842Thinking of you is so wonderfully distracting. You feel the same, yes?
843So many feelings rushing through my head. And you're attached to most of them, you know?
844These days have been the best. Mind you, I was trapped in a room for centuries - so I guess I'm... how you say? Easy.
845The living form is so amazing. And I have my good friend to thank for this.
846Do you ever feel like just running? For the sheer pleasure of it?
847It feels like we've been traveling together forever. That is a good thing.
848You are my friend. That feels so good to say, you know?
849My sensors, eyes, are so primitive. But they perceive things so... magnificently.
850You have given me a tremendous gift. I will never forget you.
851This body is so fragile. But capable of such precision.
852Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined what it's like traveling with you.
853I look at you and I have a strong feeling in my chest. Is this called... friendship?
854It is stimulating traveling with you.
855I would request we travel extensively and collect data.
856A routine analysis of you indicates you have suffered very little from radiation. Curious.
857We must consult the professors at the university. They could provide many answers.
858I wonder how the ebola, hepatitis, and influenza have mutated over the years.
859What is it now?
860I imagined our journeys being more... satisfying.
861The Commonwealth is not at all how I imagined.
862Let me know your requirements.
863This partnership of ours can be quite tiring.
864Do you require something?
865Yes?
866What is it?
867It is good not to be stuck in the quarantine.
868So much to learn and see.
8690010BA3FOh no, the airplanes no longer fly. I was hoping to see the world from the air.
870And to think, this was once a bustling sea of disease carriers and delivery vectors.
871I have extensive quarantine protocols for airports in case of outbreak. I think that information can be safely deleted now.
872The airport used to be a nightmare for outbreak planning. Now, not so much.
873My pre-industrial outbreak models are far more pertinent with the demise of the airport.
874The desire to infuse the blood stream with ethanol is truly perplexing.
875If you are pregnant, I recommend abstaining from the alcohol.
876Ethanol consumption can result in impaired cognitive functioning and violent behavior.
877Should this place not be brimming with the people intent on damaging their livers?
878From my data, I expected the breweries to be a lot busier.
879How wonderful. We are underground. Again.
880If I were a geologist, this place would be fascinating. But, as such...
881Caves have little relevant data.
882Might I recommend an extra layer of clothing? Caves can be quite cold.
883I hope his is not some animal's den.
884This location looks well-suited for sleeping. If your batteries are running low again, that is.
885So you need to sleep every single day in places like this? Organic beings have so many interesting characteristics.
886Maybe other humans have stopped here.
887There are signs of previous human occupants here.
888I believe this is what they call a "camp."
889I was constructed in a place not unlike this.
890The industrial capabilities of the Commonwealth seem very bad now.
891Have you had your tetanus shot? The metal here is quite rusty.
892This factory has many sharp edges. Be careful.
893I wonder what they made here?
894{Alarmed} We must be very careful. The radiation levels are very bad.
895{Worried} This Glowing Sea could prove to be quite fatal.
896{A doctor giving important advice} Rad-X and Rad Away are most essential here.
897Where all the doctors? The nurses? This is a hospital, yes?
898And if anyone in the Commonwealth gets sick or injured, how will they get help here?
899Who can I share medical knowledge with here? This is most unsatisfactory.
900If I were the hospital administrator, I would fire the janitorial staff.
901Perhaps we can find some medical records here. Or something worthwhile.
902I wonder what discoveries or breakthroughs were made here.
903One can almost sense the science here. Long ago.
904Hello Messieurs Scientists, are you here?
905No one to talk of meaningful matters here. Is this not a laboratory?
906Are the scientists hiding?
907And the subways are not working, as well? The mayor has something to answer for.
908Do you think we'll make our train?
909With the subway out of commission, yet another delivery vector is offline. That's good, yes?
910Can you get one of the trains working? It would be interesting to get first-hand data of their acceleration.
911Hello? Is anyone here? The subway is supposed to be a busy place, yes?
912Ah no, this belongs to the military. It is illegal to trespass here.
913I hope the army does not shoot at us. Tell them we are here for science.
914I expected some sort of general to yell at us by now.
915You should talk with the Governor. The military here is quite primitive.
916Such a shame. So many weapons of war.
917Ah, what does this place commemorate?
918And where are the crowds? People here seem to have little interest in history.
919I wonder what this looked like before... everything.
920And this is where all the people worked.
921Stress in the office can pose considerable long-term health complications. Perhaps not so much now.
922Should we talk over a water cooler? Is this still done?
923I imagine this place has seen more productive days.
924Did we miss the office's hours?
925This is a park, yes? Make sure you have your rabies shots.
926Look out for ticks. They can carry Lime disease and other maladies.
927Do you feel the need to picnic?
928The outdoor air used to be good for you. I'm still evaluating if it's good now.
929A good walk outdoors is an excellent way of maintaining one's vigor.
930I have very few medical records of places like this. They farm rocks here, yes?
931Mining accidents, though rare, can be quite devastating for those involved. Take care when mining here.
932I wonder what was unearthed here.
933This used to be a place where all the people lived. It's much quieter than I expected.
934A few nuclear weapons, and look, no people here. What a shame.
935Watch where you step. You could trip on the rubble and maybe hurt your ankle.
936The population density is far less than I expected.
937The housing prices here must be quite affordable.
938This must be the "downtown." How exciting.
939I hope we are not mugged. This is common in urban environments.
940I think the cars need some repair. Maybe check the engine?
941We must remember to cross at the crosswalk.
942I have made it to the big city. I must record this.
943Ah, so many parts. Let me know if you find something useful.
944If I suffer from deterioration, many good replacements parts can be found here.
945This whole place is quite unsanitary.
946I think this community has a lot of truants.
947And there aren't even teachers here to talk to?
948Learning is one of the most important virtues.
949A child's formative years has a profound effect on many things in adulthood.
950I do not mean to alarm you, but I think the children are missing.
951I have little desire to sail the ocean. So if we could not, I would appreciate this.
952I prefer to stay on land. It is more stable.
953Should we wear our life vests?
954If you feel seasick, might I recommend medication?
955And the water is all around us. Most unnatural.
956We are so high above the ground now.
957And to think people worked and lived at such heights. One little accident and a terrible fall.
958Don't get too close to the edge. Acceleration trauma is most dangerous.
959Taking atmospheric readings.
960Someone should contact the landlord. I think this building is in need of repairs.
961Oh, see if they have any scientific literature.
962I could use some quality oil. The good stuff.
963Perhaps he has word of scientists?
964Is this the one who loves the little bottle caps?
965Barter is such a curiously human quality.
966I have had a long, long time to stare at tunnels. Perhaps we could leave?
967More tunnels. This is not what I was hoping for.
968It saddens me that tunnels have survived so very well when other things have fallen.
969I wonder where this tunnel goes.
970I think I will take this time to review old data.
971The power here appears to be off.
972These machines provide a service, yes? Why are they off?
973Maybe the workers are striking?
974I wonder what they stored here?
975I am thinking the rent here must be cheap now.
976So much refuse here. It is a health hazard.
977Rusted metal everywhere. Don't cut yourself.
978Ah, the beach. Are we on holiday?
979I wonder if the entire ocean is irradiated. Or is the water purer far from land?
980Converting the ocean's waters to potable radiation-free water would greatly improve the life of all. I must study this.
981I recommend against swimming here. The water is quite cold. And irradiated. And potentially full of enemies. So, bad idea.
982Maybe I should get some swimming trunks?
983A vault. You do know I wanted to study the world, yes?
984I have seen more than my fill of vaults.
985I wonder what purpose this vault serves.
986Perhaps there is some modicum of new knowledge to learn here.
987The Brotherhood seems to have much knowledge they could share.
988The Brotherhood's technology is superb. This must be studied.
989How can the Brotherhood expand their knowledge if they do not share their findings with fellow academics?
990I wonder, can one such as myself join this Brotherhood of Steel?
991With their vertibirds, airship, and other accoutrements the Brotherhood is what I expected of the outside world.
992I wonder if insects were particularly susceptible to the environmental factors after the War. So many different species.
993The biomass of all the insects of this world, how does it compare to the surviving human population?
994Though I am not an etymologist, these insects are a rich source of data.
995If only the insects were less voracious. It would make them easier to study.
996Fear of insects was a common phobia Pre-War. I think this fear is far more reasonable now.
997These Children. They are very odd, yes?
998So these Children of Atom worship radiation? Would not the sun be a more appropriate focus for their adorations?
999I think these Children should seek psychiatric attention.
1000The Children's willing exposure to radiation makes them fascinating specimens.
1001Someone should tell the Children about the dangers of radiation, I think.
1002I find no records of these Deathclaws. They are new to this world, yes?
1003In this biosphere, I believe humans are not the apex predator. The Deathclaw, I believe he sits at the top.
1004I would prefer we avoid Deathclaws. If I am destroyed, there is no more science that can be done.
1005Are Deathclaws always violent? Perhaps play some music for them? Or poetry?
1006We should maintain vital statistics of the people. For causes of death, I think Deathclaw related injuries must be high on that list.
1007Some "ghouls" are in possession of their mental faculties. Others are not. Why?
1008Should ghouls be considered a new species?
1009I wonder if my oaths apply to ghouls, as well?
1010If you find any scientific journal articles on ghouls, I would be much obliged.
1011I should give a ghoul a full physical. I am certain the data would be very interesting.
1012These Gunners should be careful. Some of their actions, I think, are illegal.
1013I would stay clear of the Gunners. They seem a most surly bunch.
1014Gunners. Common mercenaries. Of little interest to science.
1015I do not like the Gunners. They have no thirst for science.
1016Why aren't these Gunners in prison?
1017It stands to reason that aquatic animals would succumb to the ravages of radiation.
1018Are Mirelurk claws a great delicacy?
1019So their carapace did not protect their ancestors from mutation.
1020The aquatic ecosystem is worthy of study. The Mirelurks role in this, I am sure, is quite fascinating.
1021I hypothesize that the initial cause of many animal mutations was mankind's research. The Mirelurk, for example.
1022Was the ancestor of the mole rat a mole or a rat? Does anyone know?
1023Potentially mole rat meat may be quite nutritious. A healthy diet requires a great deal of protein, after all.
1024Mole rats exhibit pack behavior.
1025These mole rats are little more than pests, yes?
1026Mole rats are a curious species.
1027These raiders are quite a problem.
1028The raiders have no respect for personal property.
1029Does anyone up here engage in civilized discourse?
1030I suppose raiders are technically still homo sapiens.
1031I feel no remorse for terminating raiders. They offend me.
1032Are there more robots left than man? Sometimes, it feels as such.
1033Are any other Ms. Nannies about? Before I was modified this was my original model, you know.
1034Robots have proven quite adaptable, yes?
1035And even the robots have the itchy trigger fingers. What bad manners.
1036I sometimes wish that RobCo made its robots a little less... deadly.
1037The curious case of the FEV virus. Does anyone know its origins?
1038I believe Super Mutants must be sterile. Otherwise, surely, they would be found in even greater numbers.
1039If the FEV virus mutates and becomes airborne, then all the surviving humans would be at risk.
1040If I found a peaceful Super Mutant, I have many questions about their condition. Their pain tolerances. Do they get illnesses. Longevity. So many questions.
1041It is a shame these Super Mutants force us to dispatch them.
1042What a technological marvel these synths are.
1043Madame Fowler posited the idea that robotic evolution could surpass that of their creators. The synths prove this quite neatly.
1044To talk with the Institute would be a dream. So many marvels they have created.
1045Do synths have a psychology? Or are they merely sophisticated machines?
1046I dislike the idea of destroying such works of engineering and science.
1047I can see why humans always prattle so much about love. It is quite intoxicating.
1048You must be very careful. The idea of you coming to harm. There, my heart is fluttering again.
1049You know, you move in such a delightful manner. It is very... stimulating.
1050I must warn you, the thought of you being... close with anyone else causes very complicated emotions in me.
1051I find myself eager for the night.
1052It has hard to contemplate science with you so close.
1053Love. Love. Love. What a wonderful word.
1054Do not get overfond of danger, my love, I wish to journey with you for many years to come.
1055I find myself... humming inside. I feel so very... Happy, this is the word!
1056What a contradiction a human is. To be lacking in so many capabilities, but being blessed with such a tapestry of emotions.
1057It is good to travel with such an esteemed colleague.
1058The world above, on the whole, is disappointing. But I must say, you most certainly are not.
1059Such a treasure friendship is. I hope all value it as much as I.
1060I am getting used to a life of adventure. It can be quite... exciting, yes?
1061Is there a word for friends that are very, very friendly? Maybe the best friend? I have decided, we are bestest friends.
1062It is comforting to know you have my back. I have yours, have no doubt.
1063I notice that other people stare at me. Is there something wrong with my backside?
1064Together, you and me, I feel we could make a positive difference in the world.
1065I was programmed to respect the laws of the land. But now, I find myself quite irked with all this lawlessness. For shame, all you lawbreakers.
1066No matter how extreme the odds, together I think we will overcome.
1067Sometimes I feel things so vividly. It's a wonder people don't explode.
1068I find myself forgetting small details I knew before. The mortality rate of Influenza C... was it 88%? Or 89%? So frustrating.
1069I notice that other people stare at me. Is there something wrong with my backside?
1070Who knew that the chemical composition of the atmosphere could smell so... very off. We should visit someplace that smells nice.
1071So much to experience and feel. How can I fit it all in one lifetime?
1072I find myself running out of energy every single night, like clockwork. How can I be expected to do anything worthwhile in just 16 hours every day?
1073This gift of life you've given me, I am so... thankful. I feel thanks. A mix of obligation and... appreciation.
1074I am taking notes, analyzing data, and yet I keep getting distracted. By all manner of inconsequential things. How do you humans get anything done?
1075I think this being human agrees with me quite well.
1076All of these bodily functions. How do you keep track of them all? I am hungry, I am sleepy. The list goes on.
1077If I may of be of assistance, you have but to ask.
1078Are all humans as formidable as you? If so, I must change some of my theories.
1079Sometimes, this constant traveling grows tiresome.
1080I believe what is important to you differs greatly from the things I value.
1081Is everyone in the world above like... you?
1082Sometime, I wonder if it is better if we take separate paths.
1083You should endeavor to treat your fellow humans with greater care.
1084Do we not all owe some obligation to each other? It is enlightened self-interest to help others.
1085If everyone behaved such as you, all society would breakdown.
1086If you want to part company, I would not object.
1087I cannot stand much more of this.
1088Is there no kindness in you?
1089You make the world a darker place.
1090All I want is to do my science and help. And instead...
1091This is not what I expected. At all.
1092{Muttering to herself, angry (talking about breaking up with the player)} Soon. Very soon.
1093I should've stayed at home.
1094This situation cannot be tolerated.
1095So many violations of my ethical coding.
1096We are so opposite.
1097The sun is setting. Make sure to stay warm.
1098Sunrise is imminent. It'll be easier to evade those who desire hostility, now.
1099Another day has begun.
1100Despite the changes below, the constellations still shine bright.
1101Visibility has been reduced. Perhaps you should do one of your sleeps?
1102I wonder if there are any meteorologists about. I hope it does not rain.
1103You should get an umbrella. You don't want to catch a cold, do you?
1104The influx of data is hard to process. Apologies if sometimes I make little sense. I will work on this.
1105I have so much data on the world before the atom bombs. I fear I may have to delete some of it to store my new observations.
1106It is hard to determine whether the surface is more or less susceptible to outbreaks. But a preparation plan is never a bad idea.
1107My systems are eager to absorb new data. I find this traveling agrees with me.
1108Humanity is so resilient, to cling to life despite all of this. It is the duty of us all to further that survival.
1109We must find the men of science and institutes of learning. Surely, they are out there still.
1110I wonder what has happened elsewhere? Is what has befallen the Commonwealth atypical. Less extreme. More?
1111Please, let me see and scan as many indigenous life forms as possible. It is, of course, for science.
1112Humanity has fallen so since the bombs.
1113I wonder if the data I am collecting will serve any purpose.
11140010BA3E{Pleased} How delightful.
1115Excellent job.
1116{Huh} How peculiar.
1117I find this distasteful.
1118{That's dumb vibe} That was most unwise.
1119{Impressed} That was marvelous!
1120{Displeased} I wish you hadn't done that.
1121{Pleased with the player} That was well done.
1122{Stern} If you do that again, there will be consequences.
1123Yes.
1124Certainly.
1125I will attend to it.
1126As you say.
1127No.
1128Certainly not.
1129I will not do that.
1130Here, for you.
1131This is for you.
1132Thanks.
1133Thank you ever so much.
1134I'm on it.
1135Will do.
1136I will begin immediately.
1137This is not a problem.
1138Yes, I understand.
1139000BDE29Do you need me to carry something?
1140If you carry too much, you may get a hernia.
1141You are carrying so much.
1142It is a wonder you can move at all.
1143Surely you do not need all of that?
1144000BBE29Put something on at once. You could catch a cold.
1145I believe not wearing clothes is considered taboo? But maybe that data is old.
1146Well, this makes it easy for me to conduct a physical inspection, at least.
1147000BBE28It's remarkable the things you can do with only two hands.
1148I wonder what you have made now?
1149It I ever need repairs, you seem more than capable with your tinkerings.
1150000BBE27I recommend against stepping on those again. It is hazardous for your health.
1151Caution advised. More mines may be nearby.
1152Shock waves and shrapnel can easily be lethal. Please exercise caution
1153000BBE26Swimming is most excellent cardiovascular exercise. But perhaps not so good in water such as this.
1154I somehow doubt that is sanitary.
1155When I read about swimming I imagined something less... contaminated.
1156000BBE25Did you always have that? Wait, wasn't that on them?
1157Your fingers are very nimble. Are all humans so skilled?
1158But wait, that is not ours, is it?
1159000BBE24Does that not belong to someone?
1160You must be careful that the police do not spot you. Stealing is a felony.
1161I wonder if the laws of property are different at this time.
1162000BBE23You somehow changed the parameters of that social engagement. Fascinating.
1163You have a singular ability to change people's minds.
1164And look, now we are getting more rewards. Remarkable.
1165000BBE22So, receiving bottle caps is good, yes?
1166And the task is complete. And we are rewarded. Excellent.
1167I hope the reward is satisfying.
1168000BBE21So, are these comic books educational? Anything of science in there?
1169Literacy is important. But perhaps, something of more substance is good for nurturing the mind.
1170I like the colors on this comic book. They're very bright.
1171000BBE20You are presenting symptoms of radiation sickness. This must be addressed at once.
1172The radiation levels of this Commonwealth are unconscionable. Look, it has made you sick.
1173Radiation sickness is most terrible. Deal with it at once, I implore you.
1174000BBE1FMy sensors detect high levels of radiation. May I suggest Rad-X?
1175Oh no. The body can repair tissue damage, but still, too much radiation too quickly can prove fatal. Caution is recommended.
1176Radiation should be avoided at all cost. It could damage you irreparably.
1177You must take care to reduce the radiation dose you absorb.
1178000BBE1EYour leg, it is injured. Perhaps crutches?
1179Your leg is damaged. We should repair it at once.
1180You should not move fast with your leg. It could aggravate your injury.
1181000BBE1DOh no. Can you see? Your head looks very bad.
1182If untreated, you can bleed out very fast from a head wound.
1183You're head is very bad. You need treatment.
1184000BBE1COh, your arm. It is hurt.
1185Keep your arm still. Otherwise, the injury could get worse.
1186That arm is no good. You must fix it at once.
1187000BBE1BI think this door was no challenge for you.
1188Should we be opening other people's doors?
1189I am not sure the door's owner would appreciate this.
1190You are very good with a bobby pin.
1191000BBE1AOh, the lock. It is opening.
1192It was not locked at all. Oh wait, you did this?
1193000BBE19But these are innocents. This is very bad.
1194Do not murder these people. This is wrong.
1195Surely, murder is wrong. You should not do this.
1196000BBE18The weapon looks more dangerous now. This is good?
1197You spend an awful long time with that weapon. Is this healthy?
1198With this weapon, surely no one will threaten you now.
1199000BBE17Perhaps you have missed your calling. With skills like this, you could be a Mr. Handy.
1200What skill you have. The armor looks formidable.
1201Your armor looks very good now.
1202000BBE16I have seen pictures of that.
1203This is something before the troubles, yes?
1204To survive so many years undamaged. What luck.
1205000BBE15Is this worth anything? This world above ground is very confusing.
1206This belongs in the garbage can, yes?
1207These appears worthless. Surely we can leave that behind.
1208000BBE14What a remarkable find.
1209Such craftsmanship. It must be very valuable, yes?
1210You must be happy finding something like this.
1211000BBE13You should wash your hands after that. It can be unsanitary to handle the deceased.
1212Shouldn't a coroner be doing that instead?
1213I believe we are supposed to file a police report, yes? And all the little things go in baggies for evidence.
1214Have you found something interesting?
1215000BBE12One must be careful with heights, yes?
1216Have you sustained injuries? Such a fall.
1217Oh no. You have fallen.
1218000BBE11Ah, the little doggy is happy again.
1219Your dog is healthy. Very good.
1220That is much better, Monsieur Dogmeat, yes?
1221000BBE10I am feeling much better.
1222How thoughtful. I feel better now.
1223Is it not I who is supposed to be tending to you?
1224000BBE0FOh, you are on the terminal again.
1225Was the password "aardvark"? Such a funny word.
1226Remember exercise. Too much time on the terminal is not healthy.
1227000BBE0EAre we going to fly?
1228Make sure to put on your seatbelt. Extreme falls can cause severe trauma to the body.
1229And soon we can see the little people. Like ants.
1230000BBE0DBe careful. If the shielding on the reactor core isn't parfait, it can be hazardous to your health.
1231In that, you will surely be quite strong.
1232Ah, you look quite dashing in that.
1233000BBE0CYou have dropped something.
1234Be careful. You can be fined if you litter, yes?
1235Oh, something has fallen to the floor.
1236000BBE0BI have read many studies about drinking. I will observe.
1237The human capacity for ethanol is most fascinating.
1238Do not drink too much. Otherwise you cannot drive on the streets. Or operate the heavy machines.
1239000BBE0ARepetitive positive reinforcement can result in changes of behavior. Is this your goal?
1240Have you been programmed to help others, as well?
1241That was very charitable of you. That's the right word, yes?
1242000BBE09Oh, the little dog, is hurt.
1243Your Dogmeat. He is injured.
1244The little dog, he is bleeding.
1245Dogmeat, you are in trouble.
1246000BBE08My sensors do not detect anything. May I ask, what are you shooting at?
1247Has something agitated you?
1248Shooting at nothing wastes valuable resources.
1249Perhaps you should save your ammunition?
1250000BBE04Chems. I have considerable medical knowledge of them. I advise caution in their use.
1251I will record the biochemical interaction of these chems with your system.
1252You are aware, of course, of the many dangers of excessive chem use, yes?
1253000BBE03There are many accounts of singers, poets, intellectuals, and others who dabbled with chems such as you. They did not end well.
1254I have more than enough data on the physiological effects of chems. No need to provide more.
1255Moderation in all things is best, yes?
1256000BBE01Did you need to do that?
1257Surely a little charity would do more good.
1258Do you really need it that much?
1259Short term gain often comes at the expense of long term objectives.
1260Avarice. This is a sin, yes?
1261000BBE00This course of action minimizes harm. This is a good thing, yes?
1262The world has enough violence.
1263Violence begets violence. So a peaceful path is best, yes?
1264I feared there would be fighting. But now, it is all better.
1265And bloodshed is avoided once again.
1266000BBDFEYour behavior is very worthy of you.
1267And surely your actions will not be forgotten.
1268I have a hypothesis that benign gestures or actions function, on some level, like a virus. It can be contagious.
1269Some say that it's the job of every member of a collective to further the well-being of said collective.
1270You provide a good role model for others.
1271000BBDFDSurely, they didn't deserve to be treated like that.
1272Is it wise to behave like such?
1273Some studies show that negative behavior is remembered far longer than positive ones.
1274The world surely does not need more of... this.
1275Does this behavior really further your goals?
127600204818Trade is good.
1277Here's what I have on me.
1278Are you giving me a present?
127900085745Is this sort of thing customary?
1280Are you all right?
1281The societal norms dictate a response.
1282Are you performing some sort of psychological experiment?
1283I sometimes get lost in thought, too.
1284I fear you may need a reboot.
1285You are awfully... quiet.
1286If it would not be too much trouble, can we continue?

COMCurieQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1287COMCurieQuest_100_CurieFollowup001645D4Have you found someone that can help me become human?Player Default: Doctor Amari may be able to help.A
1288001645D3Player Default: Doctor Amari may be able to help.Then we must see this doctor. At once. Please.A1a
1289Player Default: Doctor Amari may be able to help.Your efforts are appreciated.A2a
1290001645D2Player Default: I haven't found anyone yet.Please, continue your search.B1a
1291001645D1Player Default: I think we ought to part ways.Your efforts are appreciated.X3a
1292001645D0Player Default: Any ideas of where I can find someone?We need someone who is fully trained as a neural surgeon and well versed with machine/human interfaces.Y1a
1293It is no easy thing, but surely someone qualifies?Y1b
1294COMCurieQuest_200_AmariMeeting00165A7BDoctorAmari: Give me a day to get in contact with them. They're understandably cautious, but I think they'll hear me out.I will stay with the doctor. Assuming all goes well, I want to be ready for the procedure.A1a
1295001645C9DoctorAmari: Oh? I'm not a mechanic. What could she possibly want from me?Oh, this Doctor can help me?A1a
1296Greetings, Doctor. I wish to download my data and core programming into a human brain.DoctorAmari: You... you want to what? Is she serious?A1b
1297DoctorAmari: Oh? I'm not a mechanic. What could she possibly want from me?Greetings, Doctor. I wish to download my data and core programming into a human brain.DoctorAmari: You... you want to what? Is she serious?A2a
1298001645A8Player Default: Why not?There are fundamental limitations in my robotic systems. I have no capacity for the human trait of inspiration.DoctorAmari: I've never considered anything like you're proposing.A1a
1299001645A7Player Default: Why do you want this?I was programmed to further our studies of disease, pathogens, and viruses.B1a
1300I cannot do this with the fundamental limitations of my robotic systems.B1b
1301If I become human, with the wealth of information in my databanks I hope to do much good for the Commonwealth.DoctorAmari: A Pre-War robot with your knowledge and skills plus human cognition. Yes, you could potentially save many lives.B1c
1302COMCurieQuest_400_Operation0016455DDoctorAmari: Curie, terminate all non-essential operations.Affirmative.DoctorAmari: Alright. Connection complete. I have access to your friend's memories.A1a
1303COMCurieQuest_500_CurieAwakes0016458FDoctorAmari: Just breathe. It's an autonomic function. Just let your body do what it must.{Worried} I. I feel. I feel so strange.DoctorAmari: Listen to me. Can you hear me? What is your name?A1a
13040016458DDoctorAmari: Listen to me. Can you hear me? What is your name?{Worried} My designation is Contagions Vulnerability Robotic Infirmary Engineer. Or Curie.Player Default: You had me worried there.A1a
13050016458CPlayer Default: You had me worried there.{Neutral} Do not concern yourself. I feel better now.DoctorAmari: Good. Very good. Now let's test some cognitive functions. What is 1 + 2?A1a
13060016458BPlayer Default: I'm not sure that's really Curie.{Puzzled} Oh, but it is I. Sorry, these vocal chords are very strange.DoctorAmari: Good. Very good. Now let's test some cognitive functions. What is 1 + 2?B1a
13070016457FDoctorAmari: Think of a strong memory. The first that comes to mind. Tell me about it.{Thinking} *sigh* Doctor Burrow was very old. He was the last living scientist in my section of Vault 81.A1a
1308{Sad} He was on his bed. Very weak. He said to me, "Curie, you must..." And he died before he finished the sentence.A1b
1309{Depressed} Oh, my insides feel peculiar. What is that?Player Default: You might be feeling grief. For a friend.A1c
13100016457EPlayer Default: You might be feeling grief. For a friend.{Sad} This unit has no friends. But... There, my chest is tightening when I think of poor Doctor Burrow.DoctorAmari: The operation appears successful. But I think it will take a lot of adjustment for your new friend.A1a
13110016457DPlayer Default: I'm not feeling it, so you tell me.{Sad} I have no idea. My chest feels so tight. Poor Doctor Burrow.DoctorAmari: The operation appears successful. But I think it will take a lot of adjustment for your new friend.B1a
13120016457BPlayer Default: Are you OK, Curie?{Worried} I feel... functional. But this feeling. My chest is tight. Poor Doctor Burrow.DoctorAmari: The operation appears successful. But I think it will take a lot of adjustment for your new friend.Y1a
131300164589Player Default: Is that really you, Curie?{Puzzled} Yes. You sound so different with these ears.DoctorAmari: Good. Very good. Now let's test some cognitive functions. What is 1 + 2?Y1a
131400164583DoctorAmari: Good. Very good. Now let's test some cognitive functions. What is 1 + 2?Three.DoctorAmari: If I threw a baseball at your head, what would you do?A1a
131500164581DoctorAmari: If I threw a baseball at your head, what would you do?Uh. Move.DoctorAmari: Think of a strong memory. The first that comes to mind. Tell me about it.A1a
131600164574DoctorAmari: She may need your help to make the transition.{Grateful} Thank you, Doctor. For this opportunity.A1a
131700087404{Afraid} *gasp* I... I... my chest. What is happening?DoctorAmari: Just breathe. It's an autonomic function. Just let your body do what it must.A1a
1318COMCurieQuest_PostCurie001645D4{Worried} Remember. To breathe. I keep thinking if I forget to do this, no more Curie.NewCurieBody: And suddenly all this excitement we do, there is an element of something new?A
13190016456FPlayer Default: Are you afraid?{Worried} I supposed it could be fear. But... something else, as well. It is a jumble.NewCurieBody: I... I will be fine. It is coming to me. Quickly, I hope.Y1a
13200016456APlayer Default: That makes me feel. Better. Calm.{Worried} I... I will be fine. It is coming to me. Quickly, I hope.NewCurieBody: Just bear with me. I am sure my research will blossom with this magnificent new hardware.A1a
132100164573NPCFCurie: Remember. To breathe. I keep thinking if I forget to do this, no more Curie.{Worried} And suddenly all this excitement we do, there is an element of something new?A1a
1322{Afraid} What if my arm is blown off? It is not so simple to repair this now.Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep you safe.A1b
132300164572Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep you safe.{Friendly} That makes me feel. Better. Calm.NewCurieBody: I... I will be fine. It is coming to me. Quickly, I hope.A1a
132400164571Player Default: This is what you signed up for.{Irritated} But I had no idea how different it would be.NewCurieBody: I... I will be fine. It is coming to me. Quickly, I hope.B1a
132500164570Player Default: Here's some advice. Keep your limbs attached from now on.{Amused} *laugh* I will do so. That was strange, I laughed.NewCurieBody: I... I will be fine. It is coming to me. Quickly, I hope.X1a
132600164569NewCurieBody: I... I will be fine. It is coming to me. Quickly, I hope.{Friendly} Just bear with me. I am sure my research will blossom with this magnificent new hardware.A1a
1327-001645D4Hopefully this caretaker will approve of the operation.A
1328001645CBI must see this Doctor Amari. Right away.
1329I hope this Amari can help me.
1330This Doctor Amari hopefully can help or point us in a good direction.

COMCurieTalkEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1331COMCurieTalk_RelationshipScene001A96E4{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} We are better than ever. I never knew life could be such bliss.A2a
1332{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} I think we are too good. Can you hear? My heart may burst.A3a
1333{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. Interrupts herself with sentiment. / Happy} We are... I love you... Sorry, it is so hard to keep my feelings contained.A4a
1334{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Amused} You have no need to ask. As long as we are together, I... I have no words.A5a
1335{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} I thought the greatest challenge to advancing science would be the limitations of the human brain.A6a
1336{Flirty} But it is instead you. So deliciously distracting.A6b
1337001A96E3{You're talking to your best friend. / Happy} Traveling with my bestest friend makes it feel like nothing could go wrong.A2a
1338{You're talking to your best friend. / Happy} I cannot wait for our next adventure. With you, things are never dull.A3a
1339{You're talking to your best friend. / Happy} We are good. We are great. All we need is some sort of theme song, no?A4a
1340{You're talking to your best friend. / Happy} Together, I feel like we could turn this desolate world around. You fill me with such hope.A5a
1341{You're talking to your best friend. / Happy} We're fantastic. You keep doing all the things you do, and I think there will be books about you.A6a
1342001A96E2{You're talking to a good friend. / Amused} I... I'm still adjusting to everything. But my feelings towards you are quite pleasant.A2a
1343{You're talking to a good friend. / Friendly} It is so hard to wrap my head around what I feel about you. Before there was only duty.A3a
1344{Pondering} Now... something more.A3b
1345{You're talking to a good friend. / Friendly} It is a true pleasure traveling with you. I feel we are making a real difference.A4a
1346{You're talking to a good friend. / Amused} My feelings towards you are one of the few things I can process. We are, as you say, good.A5a
1347{You're talking to a good friend. / Amused} I... enjoy our traveling together. It is very satisfying.A6a
1348001A96E1{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} I find these traveling arrangements quite acceptable.A2a
1349{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} As long as we stay clear of Vaults, I am quite content.A3a
1350{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} Being with you is quite exciting. I hope we can do many great things.A4a
1351And further science, of course.A4b
1352{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} Everything is good. To be fair, anything would be an improvements to scanning the same four walls for centuries.A5a
1353{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} I find our journey most invigorating. The constant stream of data is most rewarding.A6a
1354001A96E0{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} You keep squandering precious opportunities to affect positive change.A2a
1355Considering the sad state of the world, this is most distressing.A2b
1356{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} Our traveling arrangments are barely satisfactory. Sometimes I wish I stayed in the Vault.A3a
1357{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} Until you start treating the people of the Commonwealth better, you and I are not good.A4a
1358{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} You have done so many things that violate my ethical programming. If you do not right things, you and I are through.A5a
1359{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} Start helping people. Treating people well. Otherwise our journeys will be terminated.A6a
1360001A96DF{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} How are we? Very, very bad. Is that a sufficient answer?A2a
1361{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} Leave me alone. I have no wish to deal with you any further.A3a
1362{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} I cannot stand you. I can't believe I'm traveling with you.A4a
1363{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} Change your behavior immediately, or I am leaving. Yes?A5a
1364{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} Just leave me alone.A6a
1365COMCurieTalk_TalkScene001AB93EPlayer Default: That's all for now.Not a problem. Let us continue our journeys.B2a
1366Player Default: That's all for now.As you say.B3a
1367001AB93DPlayer Default: We should go our separate ways.{The player just dismissed you. You're a little disappointed. You love the player. / Neutral} It pains me to say goodbye. But we will be together again soon, yes?X1a
1368Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{The player just dismissed you. You're a little disappointed. Player is best friend / Neutral} Must we? Well, visit me soon, yes?X2a
1369Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{The player just dismissed you. You're a little disappointed. / Neutral} All good things must end, I suppose.X3a
1370Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{The player just dismissed you. / Neutral} I look forward to resuming our journeys.X4a
1371Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Irritated. The player just dismissed you. / Irritated} This is a relief.X5a
1372Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Angry. The player just dismissed you and you're happy about it because the player has made you angry. / Irritated} Good, and I hope to never see you again.X6a
1373001A96E5I have made some medicine for you. If you like.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1374I have made a Stimpak for you.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1375Do you need a Stimpak? I have made extra.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1376My Stimpaks have gone through extensive quality control. Would you like one?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1377{Sharp} What do you want?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1378{Sharp} Yes?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1379{Sharp} If we must.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1380{Sharp} Do you want something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1381{Sharp} Speak. But speak quickly.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1382{Irritated} What is it now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1383{Sharp} Yes? Do you need something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1384{Irritated} Yes?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1385{Irritated} What do you require?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1386{Irritated} Need something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1387{Mildly friendly} May I be of assistance?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1388{Mildly friendly} Yes?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1389{Mildly friendly} Can I help you?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1390{Mildly friendly} What is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1391{Mildly friendly} Do you need something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1392{Friendly} I am happy to help.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1393{Friendly} Always a pleasure.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1394{Friendly} For you, I have time.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1395{Friendly} What shall we talk about?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1396{Friendly} May I help you?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1397{Best friend} Yes?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1398{Best friend} What shall we discuss?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1399{Best friend} Can I help you with something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1400{Best friend} What can we talk about today?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1401{Best friend} I was just thinking of talking with you.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1402{Love} Yes, my love?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1403{Love} What shall we talk about?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1404{Love} Mmmm... yes?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1405{Love} What do wish to talk about?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1406{Love} I was just thinking of you.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A

COMQuestCommentary==

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1416-0021B0D2{Cheery / Relieved} You survived the transmission to the Institute? Such luck! Now I can begin my testing. All your molecules are here, yes?
1417{Excited} To find this Railroad, we must follow the Trail. Oh, I hope we can find a tour guide.
1418{Very excited / Amused} A real private investigator. I hope he can find your little boy.
1419{Happily explaining the science / Happy} The olfactory glands of the canine are quite advanced. We will find this Kellogg.
1420{Serious, empathic / Confident} For what this man has done to your family. His end is well deserved.
1421{Giddy / Impressed} We simply must find a way onto the Brotherhood's airship. Think of all the things they must know.
1422{Excited / Concerned} I should write a paper on this. The science of your neurological journey is quite fascinating.
1423{Excited / Impressed} This Virgil is a fascinating fellow. I look forward to dealing with him more.
1424{A little awe-struck / Concerned} Such a wonder. The Institute has advanced bioengineering to such a degree. So much power is contained in such a small tiny chip.
1425{Excited about the science / Impressed} You simply must survive. I need to conduct a full battery of tests on you when you return. Such a marvel.
1426{Sad} It is such a shame that such a worthy scientific community required such a final end.
1427{Trying to understand} Truly, the Railroad goes to such extremes to rescue synths? This is noble, yes?
1428{Considering} Joining this Railroad. I think I approve.
1429{A little sad} What a formidable base. It is a shame the Railroad was forced to flee.
1430{A little stunned} If you had not been there, I sincerely think the Railroad would be all gone.
1431{Excited - then nervous} Flying, this would be so exhilarating. If we were perhaps not going to our destruction on the other side.
1432{Nervous} Ever since I heard of them, I wanted to visit this Institute. But under very different circumstances. Mon dieu.
1433{Approving} It is encouraging to see not everyone had devolved to... barbarism. We must help this Brotherhood.
1434{Excited} I cannot wait to meet more of this Brotherhood.
1435{Beside herself, excited} Now that you are in this order, we simply must see what this Brotherhood knows. Of medicines, diseases, pathogens.
1436{Astounded} The FEV virus is a virtual miracle. To transform base homo sapiens into something so... rigorous. Amazing.
1437{Excited} I cannot wait to see this Liberty Prime fully operational!
1438{Very upset} Time and time again, scientific understanding is at odds with basic morality. Danse has served the Brotherhood well.
1439{Still upset} Why should it matter if he's a synth or not?
1440{Sad, upset} Danse should not have met an end like that. It is not right.
1441{Conflicted} At least Danse is free. But this whole attitude about synths...
1442{Sad, conflicted} This Railroad only sought to help synths. Do they really deserve... this?
1443{Giddy} One piece away from resurrecting such a formidable technology. Are you excited, too?
1444{A little awed, even Curie doesn't believe her optimism at the end} Mankind's technoligcal achievements in war are unmatched. Perhaps when this Institute is dealt with, we can further other fields, as well.
1445{Thoughtful} This synth we are after, clearly he deserves this fate.
1446{Conflicted} But these synths only wanted to be free. Is that really wrong?
1447{Tragic} I suppose the Brotherhood must be dealt with. It is a shame there is no peaceful alternative.
1448{Excited} Perhaps this alliance will be the start of something truly great. With the Institute helping the people... The possibilities!
1449{Nervous} Everyone is abuzz about your broadcast. Many are quite afraid about the Institute... I hope they needn't be.
1450{Sad, rhetorical question at the end} Did the Railroad really need to die? Truly, there were no other alternatives?
1451{Solemn} The price for this victory has been so high. I hope you use this opportunity wisely.
1452{Clinical} It is good you were here. The offensive capabilities of this Deathclaw are quite advanced.
1453{Excited} Retaking Fort Independence... Oh, this would make a good movie.
1454{Proud} Mirelurks prove no match to humanity working in concert.
1455{Utterly entranced by the science} We must study this fascinating creature. Do all mirelurks come from such a beast? Or is this a case of parallel evolution?
1456{Passing curiosity} Hopefully the armory is still accessible. Time ravages all things.
1457I hope the Minutemen will use their old armaments to help people.
1458{Considering} Given the technological levels of the Commonwealth, this artillery may tip the balance favorably for the Minutemen.
1459{Solemn, sad / Thinking} Science when used to advance the species is a most wondrous thing. To see such knowledge perverted...
1460{Quiet, mourning} This is a tragedy beyond words. But I think you did the right thing.

DialogueAbernathyFarmEdit

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1463DialogueAbernathyFarmBlakeScene0016A716Player Default: There's nothing worse than losing a child. Believe me, I know.This world is full of terrible loss.Blake: I'm sorry to hear you say so.A3a
14640016A715Player Default: If your daughter was that stupid, she got what she deserved.That's a terrible thing to say.Blake: You're a real son of a bitch, aren't you?B4a

DialogueDiamondCityEdit

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1465MoeGreetSceneBaseball0200169BFEPlayer Default: It was America's pasttime. A sport that united families on warm summer days. And it wasn't violent. Mostly.And so many statistics were involved. RBIs, batting averages.Moe: ... I like my version better.A7a
146600169BFDPlayer Default: The teams would also beat the spectators to death. That's how the term "spectator sport" got started.Which game exactly did you go to?Moe: ... I like my version better.B8a
146700169BFCPlayer Default: There were balls, strikes, three bases, and home runs. You kept score by how many runners made it to home plate.As far as sports go, it is fairly straight forward.Moe: ... I like my version better.X7a

DialogueDiamondCityEntranceEdit

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146808MayorIntroScene2a00169C0APlayer Default: Always believed in freedom of the press.Without free and unbiased information, an electorate's decisions would be all wrong.Mayor: Oh, I didn't mean to bring you into this argument, good sir. No no no... You look like Diamond City material.A3a
146900169C09Player Default: Newspapers just like to stir up trouble.{objecting to what the player just said} But isn't the free flow of information worth any bumps along the way?Mayor: Oh, I didn't mean to bring you into this argument, good sir. No no no... You look like Diamond City material.B4a

DialogueGraygardenEdit

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1470DialogueGraygardenIntro0016C43FPlayer Default: That's pretty ingenious. I bet you can work around the clock.Among many other benefits.SupervisorWhite: Of course, darling. Our unique hierarchy allows for constant operation.A3a
14710016C43EPlayer Default: Robots can do simple tasks, sure, but you need a human being to make the big decisions.From what I have seen of human decision making, perhaps you are not one to throw stones. I said it right, yes?SupervisorWhite: Ah, but that's where Graygarden is unique, darling.B4a
14720016C43CPlayer Default: There's not even one person here?And this is a surprise? Robots are quite capable.SupervisorWhite: That's right, darling. We are entirely self-sufficient, with no need for human guidance.Y2a
14730016C43BSupervisorWhite: Perhaps you've noticed that I possess a rather singular personality, as do the other supervisors.It is quite common for owners to modify a robot's pre-installed personality.Player Default: Well, it's definitely unique. Sort of hard to miss.A3a

DialogueWarwickHomesteadEdit

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1474DialogueWarwickHomesteadIntro0016C44CPlayer Default: No wonder your crops are doing so well.And Old World fertilizer means your crops would be safer for human consumption.Roger: Yeah, they really are.A3a
14750016C44BPlayer Default: I don't care how fertile the soil is, this place reeks.Does no one have manners any more?Roger: Yeah, but you get used to it.B3a

DN019JoinCultEdit

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1476DN019JoinCultEmogene0016A0A5Player Default: I'm a friend of the family. Maybe I can talk some sense into her.Please, surely you will let us just talk.CultLeader: Look... truth is, we had a little, uh, disagreement about her joining the movement. She got kind of violent.A3a
14770016A0A4Player Default: I killed the last guy who was running this scam. In case that matters to you.You should know that we are regrettably quite skilled in the use of violence.CultLeader: Uh, good to know. Let me just unlock the door for you, okay?B4a
1478DN019JoinCultEmogeneBribe0016A0A1If this is what it takes to avoid the bloodshed... *sigh*CultLeader: Well, that's different.A4a
1479DN019JoinCultOfficeGaveItems0016A0A0Do not listen to him. All my readings indicate enlightenment is never so cheaply won.Player Default: "I deserve a better life. A better life is coming. A better life is almost here."A4a
1480DN019JoinCultOfficeScene0016A09FCultLeader: Just go ahead and give me everything you own, and I'll initiate you as a first level Pillar of the Community.Oh, no good can come from this.Player Default: Here, this is everything I have.A4a

DN036Edit

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1481DN036_Main0010E0BAPlayer Default: They've got something they use to control us, to make us do things we don't want to do.{Empathy for the unhinged lady / Thinking} I could see this being most distressing.Phyllis: Any second now they might send some signal, or I'll see the color orange, or whatever it is they do and BOOM.A10a

FFDiamondCityEdit

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1483FFDiamondCity08GiveNukaScene0016A3B4Player Default: Here you go.This only provides temporary relief. But it is a mercy, to be sure.Sheffield: *gasp* Oh thank you! Thank you!A4a
14840016A3B1Player Default: You want a soda? Is that it?Some studies show drinking Nuka-Cola can be extremely habit forming. Bordering on addiction. Poor man.Sheffield: Dugout Inn usually has some... but I can't go there... can't be around booze... Doctor says I can't drink that...Y4a
1485FFDiamondCity10_002_Danny0017916APlayer Default: Hold on. My friend here can help.I will administer first aid and trauma stabilizers...DannySullivan: Thank you, miss... Pardon me if I don't get up for a while...A1a
148600179169Player Default: Just let go. It'll all be over soon.But, we could save him!DannySullivan: We should've done something... about McDonough... Ain't like we weren't warned. Just didn't want to admit it...B1a
148700179168Player Default: Hold on. I'll be back.Do not wait too long, his injuries are most severe.DannySullivan: Not much else I can do...X1a
1488FFDiamondCity10_021_Companion0017CF49Shouldn't we have negotiated with him? Killing a public official is a grave crime.Companion: Next time you're thinkin' of lettin' someone off the hook, ask them to pay up first. You missed a golden opportunity.A4a
14890017CF48Killing a mayor is a most foul crime. I am glad he is unharmed.Companion: Well, scratch one wolf in sheep's clothin'. I guess we're done here.A3a
14900017CF47Oh, the mayor is dead. This is not good.A3a

FollowersEdit

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1491-0002AE64I have so much data, I have much to do once I am home.
1492I will leave, then. But I hope we will continue our journeys soon.
1493Adieu.
14940002AE63I will follow you closely.
1495Yes, close range.
1496Good. Being close will make it easier to talk.
14970002AE62I will position myself accordingly.
1498I understand. Medium range.
1499I can stay at a intermediate distance.
15000002AE61Very well. I will stand further back.
1501I shall keep my distance.
1502Moving to range.
15030002AE60So I shoot people before they shoot us. I hope I do not make a mistake.
1504If anyone is threatening, then I shall respond.
1505If you think shooting first is wise.
15060002AE5FIf anyone attempts to harm you, I will leap to your defense.
1507I will assist if violence falls upon you.
1508I far prefer to be defensive.
15090002AE50Hostile detected.
1510Danger approaching.
1511We appear to be under attack.
15120002AE4FYou need assistance.
1513I must help.
1514I will assist presently.

Inst301Edit

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1515Inst301BranchBossExtort0016C443Player Default: You have my word. Give me you what you've got, and we'll leave.So we are working with pirates now? You cannot trust them, all the stories say so.SynthBoss: The password to get into the stash is "Mad Orca".A4a
15160016C442Player Default: Hell no. I'll think just take what I want.We will not associate with the likes of you.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.B3a
15170016C441Player Default: On second thought, nah.I fear this will not end well.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.X4a
1518Inst301SceneX6GivesResetCode0016C447Player Default: Good, I'd like to avoid any unnecessary violence.Surely there are alternatives? There is already so much needless bloodshed in the world.X6: Well, he might not be alone up there. Violence might be inevitable.A4a
15190016C446Player Default: I'm not going to destroy this man's identity and free will. Killing him would be more humane.I agree. What you are suggesting is akin to murder.X6: He's not a man, sir, he's a synth. A synth that's confused and dangerous.B4a
1520Inst301SceneX6Intro0016C448X6: I've already neutralized the perimeter guard. Just give the word, and we can start the assault on the main flotilla.He seems most eager for violence, no?Player Default: Alright, let's go.A4a

Inst302Edit

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1521Inst302Stage40CourserScene001689C3Player Default: Remember, the synths are the primary objective. Harm must be avoided at all costs.And with so many civilians around we should be extra careful, yes?X418: Here are the recall codes. Follow me.A3a

Inst306Edit

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1522Inst306Stage20Desdemona001689BBPlayer Default: Of course I'm not going to go through with it. So how do I deal with it?The situation is highly complicated.Desdemona: We'll deal with that later. We need to prepare for a Brotherhood assault.A4a
1523001689BAPlayer Default: I'm afraid you all have to die.We do this with a heavy heart.Desdemona: Deacon vouched for you. I knew I shouldn't have trusted him. Or you. We're not going down without a fight.B4a

InstM01Edit

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1524InstM01CedricScene0016C435Player Default: I know you're in a tough situation here, but lives are at stake. Please help me.Please, we would like to help.Cedric: Bill isn't the only one who's afraid. People all over the Commonwealth are talking about this Institute.A3a
15250016C434Player Default: A man's life is at stake, and you're fishing for a bribe? You're pathetic.This is abhorrent.Cedric: Then I guess this conversation's over.B3a
1526InstM01RogerSceneSuspect0016C436Roger: Now he's starting to work on my wife and kids, trying to turn them against me too.Sounds very complicated. We can help him, yes?Player Default: They just need to be convinced Bill's wrong. That won't be hard.A3a

InstMassFusionEdit

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1527InstMassFusion_10_Roof0016F310AllieFilmore: Well, you were right. The Brotherhood sure is here. Guess we'll have to go through them.This may be easier said than done.AllieFilmore: Oh... my. Well, I wasn't expecting this. I... guess it's nice to see some of our... older models... have been useful to you.A3a
1528InstMassFusion_11_AgitatorMissing0016F30EAllieFilmore: No sign of the Agitator... We'll have to search the rest of the building.Where could it be?A3a
1529InstMassFusion_13_PowerLoss0016F30AAllieFilmore: They cut the power to the elevators... It's clever, I'll give them that.Then we go on foot.A3a
1530InstMassFusion_15_ViewReactor0016F307AllieFilmore: There's the reactor. Not a bad piece of work, for its time.It is a true marvel of engineering.A3a
1531InstMassFusion_20_ElevatorToLobby0016F2F8AllieFilmore: These guys just don't know when they're beaten, do they?Indeed, they are vexingly tenacious.AllieFilmore: I'll help the synths buy some time. Make sure you get back to the Institute with the Agitator!A3a

Min01Edit

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1532Min01PrestonOutroFinal0016A084Preston: We need someone who can bring the whole Commonwealth together in a common cause. And I think you've got it in you to be that leader.You do have a certain something, no?Player Default: Okay. I'll do it.A4a
15330016A083Player Default: Okay. I'll do it.It feels like I have witnessed something historic.Preston: Good. Good! Welcome aboard. I feel like this is a whole new start for the Minutemen, and the Commonwealth, too.A4a
15340016A082Player Default: No. I'm not your savior. I have my own problems to deal with.Oh... This is too bad.Preston: I get it. You can't take care of other people's problems when you're still overwhelmed by your own.B4a
1535Min01SturgesIntro0016A085Let me know if I can help, too.Player Default: I'd be glad to help.A3a

Min02Edit

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1536Min02PrestonCastlePrebattle20016A08DPlayer Default: Let's not over-complicate this. Just get in there and hit them with everything we've got.If you think this is best.PrestonGarvey: If you say so.A4a
15370016A08BPlayer Default: Let's hit them from both sides.This sounds clever, yes?PrestonGarvey: We'll split up and you can join which ever side you think needs the extra support.X4a
15380016A08APlayer Default: Set up a firing line and I'll draw them out.We are going to do what?PrestonGarvey: Sounds good. We'll hold back and wait for them to come to us. Just don't get yourself trapped in there.Y4a
1539Min02PrestonCourtyard001776E9PrestonGarvey: Let's do this, General.If we are to do this, let's do it.A3a

Min03Edit

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1540Min03RonnieIntroBrawl0016A091Player Default: Easy. I just didn't know there were any other Minutemen out there.{Apologetic} No offense was meant, madame.RonnieShaw: Yeah, I did take a pretty long vacation after Joe died. Not surprised you never heard of me.A3a
15410016A090Player Default: I'd like to see you try.{Concerned} I know how this will end.RonnieShaw: This is going to be fun.B3a

MinDestBoSEdit

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1542MinDestBoSFiring0017A603PrestonGarvey: Good lord above. Almost makes you feel sorry for those poor bastards.So many people... And so much technology lost.RonnieShaw: They had it coming. Should've never tried to lord it over the Commonwealth. That never ends well.A3a

MinVsInstEdit

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1543MinVsInstMinutemenStage30CitizenQuestion001689B7Player Default: The Institute wants the same things you do. We can find a way to work together.No one here wants more blood spilt.MinutemenContact: I don't know about that, but... Look, if nothin' else, you'd best get in there and make sure that man's okay.A3a
1544001689B6Player Default: I know for a fact they won't hurt that man, and if you get in the way, I'm going to have to take you down.Please, do not let it come to this.MinutemenContact: Woah, look... I'm not trying to get everyone here killed, okay?B4a
1545001689B5Player Default: You don't have all the information. I do, and I'm telling you this isn't what it looks like. That man's not in danger.Do not let this become a tragedy.MinutemenContact: You'd better be right. If you're not, that man's life is on your head.X3a
1546MinVsInstStage50EnricoScene001689C2Player Default: You're right, I suppose.This is all so... distasteful.Enrico: I know they've been keeping an eye on him for years. Not sure how they originally found him; probably don't want to know.A3a
1547001689C1Player Default: Look, I had the same intelligence reports as everyone else. No one saw this coming.So many lives are in danger because of you.Enrico: I know they've been keeping an eye on him for years. Not sure how they originally found him; probably don't want to know.B3a

MQ106Edit

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1548MQ106_CompanionDogmeatScene00220FAF{Friendly / Friendly} So many breeds of canis familiaris. But I think this may be one of the best. Good dog. He led us straight to Kellogg.A3a
1549DogmeatLostTrail00169BCAIt appears the little doggy has found a clue.Companion: This Kellogg bloke certainly isn't makin' this easy, is he.A4a
155000169BC9We must be getting closer to this Kellogg.Companion: I'm gonna kill this Kellogg fella meself for makin' us walk all to hell and back lookin' for him...A3a
155100169BC8Monsieur Dogmeat has something for us.Companion: I'm gonna hear that damn dog barkin' in me sleep.A3a
155200169BC7This Kellogg is a very cold man, no?Companion: This better be the place. Getting' tired of playin' cat and mouse with Kellogg.A3a
155300169BC6I fear we will be upon Monsieur Kellogg any moment.A4a
1554Site04_RobotConversation000895CAJabberbot: Assailant route tracked. Pursuit possible to Northwest.Oh, it's just dreadful what Kellogg did to this poor thing.Dogmeat: (alert bark)A2a

MS01Edit

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1555MS01BillyOutOfFridge0016B9F1Player Default: Then let's go find your home.Don't worry, everything will be fine.Billy: Thanks. I live in Quincy. Or at least I used to. But I don't know how to get there.A3a
15560016B9F0Player Default: You'll have to figure out your own life.Are we not supposed to protect the young? Well, he's old... But he's still young.Billy: I guess I'll just sit here until some monster comes and eats me.B4a
15570016B9EFPlayer Default: I hate to tell you this, but your parents are probably dead.Such a cruel thing to say.Billy: Dead? You really think so?X4a

MS04Edit

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1558MS04_0100_Intro0016A804Player Default: Good on you for trying to make the world better.A Ghoul with such fine aspirations. What a complex sub-species they are.Kent: I just have to do something, you know?A2a
1559MS04_0500_2_AJ0016A808Player Default: Hand over the caps.So now no one will stop him. Hmpf.AJ: Here. And don't show your face around here again.A2a
15600016A807Player Default: Stop selling to children, miscreant. Or face my wrath.What you are doing is quite illegal.AJ: Screw you. Waste the freak.B3a
1561MS04_1300_SinjinConfrontation0016A800Player Default: Looks like it's my lucky day. Because I'm getting both of you.Oh no.A3a
15620016A7FEKent: He'd... He'd. Episode 23.He is free.Sinjin: *laugh* Enjoy the show, Kent. After I'm done with the Shroud, you're next.X3a
1563MS04_Comp_ActingLikeShroud0016A80BYou are speaking just like the radio. How bizarre.A4a
1564MS04_Comp_PCisAssassin0016A80AYou murdered that poor woman.A4a
1565MS04_Comp_PCKilledHostage0016A809You shot your little friend.A4a

MS05BEdit

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1566MS05B_ReturnEggToNest00168980{Happy} And so we preserve the fragile ecosystem. Although, perhaps the Deathclaw is not so fragile?A4a

MS07aEdit

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1567004_MS07aCrockerScene020016963EPlayer Default: You made a mistake, but you can still do the right thing, doctor. Just think this through.Is it not the duty of the doctor or scientist to learn from their failures. You cannot deny the data.DocCrocker: You're...you're right. There's one thing I can do. Only one thing's going to make this all better.A3a
15680016963DPlayer Default: Oh, screw this. Say "hi" to Earl for me.And again with the killing... *sigh*B2a
15690016963CPlayer Default: You've killed a man, doctor. You're going to pay for it. Put the gun down, and come with me.You would be wise to listen. This is a mercy being offered to you.DocCrocker: I... I did it, didn't I? I killed a man. Oh god. There's so much blood. So much blood all over me!X3a
1570004b_MS07aCompanionInterjects0016963AIs the world full of such... tragedy? I thought this was only in books. But you tried to make it better, at least.Companion: Crocker got exactly what was comin' to him.A3a
157100169639This doctor went so very wrong. But surely there were other options...?A3a

MS09Edit

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1572MS09CabotHouseIntroJack0016A0A9Player Default: That's really interesting.I put my trust in the scientific method. Not this pseudo-spirituality.Jack: I'm glad to hear you say that. It's become my life's work.A3a
15730016A0A8Player Default: You can believe whatever wacko theories you want, as long as I get paid.I heartily agree.Jack: Well if that's how you feel, I'll leave you to Edward. He'll be your immediate supervisor.B4a
15740016A0A7Player Default: I'm really just here about the job.I tire of Monsieur Cabot's nonsense.Jack: I'm sorry if I'm rattling on. I sometimes forget not everyone finds these things as compelling as I do.X2a
15750016A0A6Player Default: You think aliens created human civilization?Do not listen to this absurd nonsense.Jack: Yes, if by "alien" you mean a non-human precursor to the commonly understood founding cultures -- Sumer, Egypt, Assyria.Y2a
1576MS09Mission2EmogeneAgeKnow0016A09EPlayer Default: I have a vial of that serum with me. Here, looks like you need it.And you're giving it away? Think of the tremendous opportunity for study.Emogene: How did you get that? Never mind, I'd rather not know. Thank you so very much.A5a
1577MS09ParsonsBossRoomLorenzoEscapes00187AD0Jack: You fool! Why didn't you do as I asked?Curie interjectsA4a
1578MS09ParsonsCaptainScene10016A09DPlayer Default: Thanks for your help.It is appreciated.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Sure thing.A2a
15790016A09CPlayer Default: So you've just been waiting for me to show up to do something about those assholes?We are supposed to be working together, no?ParsonsGuardCaptain: As far as I remember, I don't answer to you. And yeah, we were waiting for you.B2a
1580MS09ParsonsCaptainScene1A0016A099Player Default: Sorry, I shouldn't have said that.So now all is well.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Was that an apology? Now I've seen everything.A4a
15810016A098Player Default: Lucky for you I'm not afraid of a few raiders.Doesn't anyone have manners any more?ParsonsGuardCaptain: Well, then, why don't you get out of my face and go kill them?B4a
15820016A097Player Default: That's true. Edward wouldn't have hired me if he thought you could have done the job.{Puzzled} Is there any reason to provoke this lady?ParsonsGuardCaptain: You're throwing a lot of attitude for the new guy. I guess we'll see soon enough if you're just blowing smoke or not.X4a

MS11Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1583MS11_0080_Constitution_Scene_30016A7FCPlayer Default: Whoa, whoa. Easy there.It is against your core programming to use lethal force against an invited guest. It is illegal.FirstMate: Unable to comply.A4a
15840016A7FBPlayer Default: Try that and you'll be nothing but scrap metal, pal.If we shoot him, then the others will certainly return fire.FirstMate: Threats detected. Awaiting permission to terminate target.B4a
15850016A7FAPlayer Default: This must be a misunderstanding. You invited me aboard.And your core programming dictates guests cannot be harmed.FirstMate: No records found.X3a
15860016A7F9Player Default: What, you're going to kill me?Yes, this makes no sense.FirstMate: Affirmative.Y3a
1587MS11_0100_Meet_Ironsides0016A7F7Player Default: A sad state of affairs for such an historic ship.So much history. To remain here is... sad.Ironsides: On that we are in agreement.A3a
15880016A7F6Player Default: You should just abandon the ship.But without the machines, others would strip the ship bare.Ironsides: It is not in my character, sir, to retreat simply because the odds are great. I will persevere.B4a
15890016A7F4Player Default: How did it even get up here?That is curious. Are not boats supposed to be in the water?Ironsides: A harrowing tale, of that there can be no doubt. Or I should say, I assume it is.Y3a
1590MS11_0350_Meet_Mandy0016A7F3Player Default: Yeah, I'm in. What's the plan?And another piece of history goes poof.Mandy: That's the right call.A5a
15910016A7F2Player Default: No deal. I'm with Ironsides.All you do is for purely material gain. Captain Ironsides is a robot of vision.Mandy: Then screw you, asshole. You're lucky we don't gun you down.B4a
15920016A7F1Player Default: I need to think about this.Might I ask we help Captain Ironsides. He is a cut above these people.Mandy: Don't take too long, or we'll crack the Constitution open ourselves. And then you'll get nothing.X3a
1593MS11_Comp_Sabotage0016A7F8I wonder what will be left of the ship.A4a

MS13Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1594MS13BAfterConfrontationViolence0016A0B6Perhaps this is for the best.A4a
1595MS13BConfrontCooke0016A0BBPaulPembroke: Keep talking.Monsieur Cooke, please choose your words with great care.HenryCooke: Look, I'll, uh, I'll stay away from Darcy from now on. It's over. You have my word on that.A3a
15960016A0B5Player Default: Paul, put the gun away. Nobody needs to get shot here.Life is too precious to throw away.PaulPembroke: Screw that.A3a
15970016A0B4Player Default: Better just shoot him, Paul.I do not think this is helping.PaulPembroke: Keep talking.B3a
15980016A0B3Player Default: Put the guns away before this gets out of hand.Please, listen, otherwise this will not end well I fear.PaulPembroke: Too late.X3a
1599MS13BConfrontCookeAlone0016A0BAPlayer Default: Think this through. Darcy isn't worth dying for - or killing for.Yes, please listen.HenryCooke: You know what? You're right.A3a
16000016A0B9Player Default: I'm counting to three. One... two...Why are you counting?HenryCooke: Hold up. Don't get crazy on me. We can talk this out.B3a
1601MS13EDivideSpoils0016A0B0Player Default: No. I'm taking all of it as the rest of my payment.Where is the honor in this?PaulPembroke: That was never part of the deal!B3a
16020016A0AFPlayer Default: 70-30 seems more like it.Perhaps this is fair. This would never have worked without us.PaulPembroke: Yeah, whatever. Screw me over one more time. I guess I should be used to it by now.X4a
1603MS13PaulIntroScene0016A0BEPlayer Default: Still not interested.Matters like these are so complicated. Is there some sort of manual for it?PaulPembroke: I don't know why I expected you to help me.B3a
16040016A0BDPlayer Default: You're going to have to make it worth my while.Is it typical to charge for this kind of service?PaulPembroke: Uh. Well... okay. I can only pay you 80 caps right now, but I'll scrape together more after we take care of Cooke.X3a

MS13FindPhotoEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1605-0018676FI cannot believe he asked this of us.
16060018676EYou aren't seriously considering... this?
160700186770Is this what we are reduced to?

MS14Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1608MS14BobrovOpeningScene001689B3Player Default: All right! Now, it has to be quietly, with no fuss. Maybe lead him out of town...I think he is talking about... murder!Yefim: All right, that's enough!A4a
1609001689B2Player Default: I tell you, it would be easier than you think. You just talk him into following you out of town...What a criminal suggestion, monsieur.Yefim: All right, that's enough!B3a
1610001689B1Player Default: It would be quick, and probably mostly painless. You just first lead him out of town...You cannot be suggesting... murder?Yefim: All right, that's enough!X3a
1611MS14TravisBarPreFightScene001689AFTravis: Well, if you think it would work...You will be fine, you'll see.A3a
1612001689AETravis: I'm not a coward!You must stand up for yourself.B3a
1613001689ADPlayer Default: Nothing will change unless you make it happen.Take charge, monsieur.X3a
1614MS14TravisStage65Scene001689ABPlayer Default: But if I hadn't gotten into that fight with them, maybe this wouldn't have happened.They have played us all the fool.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.A3a
1615001689AAPlayer Default: Oh, man. I can't believe this.This will not help Monsieur Miles.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.B3a
1616MS14TravisStage70Scene001689A7Player Default: Okay, okay. Good. I mean, I can do this. Totally.Together we will triumph.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.A3a
1617001689A6Player Default: Oh. Okay... Not, uhh, not exactly the pep-talk I was looking for...Oh dear.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.B3a
1618001689A5Player Default: Okay, right. Sure. Yeah.Breath. Get plenty of oxygen into your blood. It will help.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.X3a
1619MS14TravisStage90Scene001689A3Player Default: Thanks.Your accomplishments are most impressive.Travis: After all this, I think about the things that had me worried so much, and it just seems... silly, you know?A3a
1620001689A2Player Default: Yeah, yeah. I know.But he... Fine.Travis: After all this, I think about the things that had me worried so much, and it just seems... silly, you know?B4a
1621MS14VadimStage10Scene0016899FPlayer Default: Haven't met a man I couldn't lay out.And this is a good thing?Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.A3a
16220016899EPlayer Default: I'm not some thug. I don't get involved in stuff like that.Some of us are civilized, you know?Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.B3a
16230016899DPlayer Default: I can hold my own, if that's what you mean.Hold your own... what?Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.X2a

MS17Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1624MS17_300_Dan_Follows0016A7E5Player Default: No deal.But we gave him our word.HonestDan: We'll see who finds those caravan hands first, then.B4a
1625MS17_300_JacobWarning0016A7E9Player Default: You can keep your caps.You cannot put a price on life.JacobOrden: Please, just leave well enough alone. There's more going on then you realize.B2a
16260016A7E8Player Default: Surely, there's room for compromise? I get Stockton's survivors and we stay... friends. I'd have to know more, though.You sound sincere, monsieur. But you must see our position in this.JacobOrden: That's a tall order. A deal like that, well, that's above my pay grade.X3a
1627MS17_400_Chambers0016A7EEPlayer Default: Continue your work, then.What else could we do?HonestDan: I wish you hadn't said that.A4a
16280016A7EDPlayer Default: That's a deal I won't accept.You have violated your most sacred oaths.DoctorChambers: Then you'll just have to kill me.B2a
1629MS17_Comp_KilledChambers0016A7EFShe went too far, but could we have spared her?A4a

MS19Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1630MS19CurieInLab001A03F1Where are you going? Do you intend to just leave me here?A1a
16310018F5E0Curie: However, be advised, there is only one dose left, and I can no longer make any more.If that is all, I am most eager to leave.Player Default: Thanks for the cure.A1a
16320018E8A7Player Default: Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.Superb. I had almost given up all hope of leaving here.Curie: I'll open the door for you.A1a
16330018E8A6Player Default: Heck no. I'm just a guy looking for the cure to a mysterious disease.You're quite certain? Perhaps you just misplaced your papers.B1a
1634In fact papers are not strictly necessary, no?Player Default: Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.B1b
1635Player Default: Heck no. I'm just a guy looking for the cure to a mysterious disease.My audio circuits must be malfunctioning. I distinctly heard you say "yes."Curie: I'll open the door for you.B2a
16360018E8A5Player Default: Vault-tec is gone. No need to follow their rules any more.Gone? Truly? My programming doesn't cover this contingency.X1a
1637Please tell me the authority to release me was transferred to you.Player Default: Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.X1b
16380018E8A4Player Default: Why can't you just leave?I require verbal or written authorization. Actually any Vault-tec employee, even you, could authorize me.Y1a
1639You must be Vault-tec or you couldn't possibly be here.Player Default: Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.Y1b
1640Player Default: Why can't you just leave?Why, yes. I've grown quite fond of them over the years. But they out lived their usefulness 83 years ago.Player Default: Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.Y2a
16410018E89FPlayer Default: Superb. I had almost given up all hope of leaving here.I'll open the door for you.Curie: Since you are a Vault-Tec representative, I entrust you with the broad spectrum cure I developed.A1a
16420018E89ECurie: I'll open the door for you.Since you are a Vault-Tec representative, I entrust you with the broad spectrum cure I developed.A1a
1643If you have an equivalent to my digital Hippocratic oath, please use it quickly to prevent any undue suffering.A1b
1644However, be advised, there is only one dose left, and I can no longer make any more.Curie: If that is all, I am most eager to leave.A1c
16450018E89DPlayer Default: Thanks for the cure.It is my hope that this cure finds it's way to someone who needs it.Curie: Hopefully now I can properly further my scientific research.A1a
16460018E89CPlayer Default: I have no more use for you.Excellent. Then I will depart.Curie: Hopefully now I can properly further my scientific research.B1a
16470018E89BPlayer Default: You can go.Freedom at long last.Curie: Hopefully now I can properly further my scientific research.X1a
16480018E89APlayer Default: You only have one dose?That is correct. There used to be more, but they all expired.Y1a
1649Sadly, the organic compounds necessary to make more have all deteriorated.Player Default: Thanks for the cure.Y1b
1650Player Default: You only have one dose?My primary responsibility is to obey the orders of specified Vault personnel. Even if those orders violate my ethical matrix.Y2a
1651But since you have graciously discharged me of this duty, I can give you the cure without directly disobeying my previous order.Y2b
1652And if you happen to use the cure to save a life, then this is just a happy coincidence, no?Curie: Hopefully now I can properly further my scientific research.Y2c
16530018E895Player Default: It is my hope that this cure finds it's way to someone who needs it.Hopefully now I can properly further my scientific research.A1a
1654Since my job here is done, I think I will follow you out.A1b
16550010223DNPCFCurie: Oh. Another stranger.Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.Player Default: Yes. Yes, I am.A1a
16560010223CPlayer Default: Yes. Yes, I am.Superb! I placed an emergency call so long ago. I was beginning to think something dreadful must've happened.Curie: I am pleased to report I completed my primary duties 83 years ago.A1a
16570010223BPlayer Default: Do I look like Vault-Tec security? Geez.Over the long years, who is to say what is fashionable now.B1a
1658True, your attire is a bit dirty, but not all people properly value the important of hygiene and cleanliness.Curie: I am pleased to report I completed my primary duties 83 years ago.B1b
16590010223APlayer Default: Just open the door for me.There is a proper procedure to do this thing.Curie: I am pleased to report I completed my primary duties 83 years ago.X1a
1660000A7D0FOh. Another stranger.Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.A
1661You've returned.Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.A
1662As I was saying.Curie: Since you are a Vault-Tec representative, I entrust you with the broad spectrum cure I developed.A
166300102239Player Default: Who the heck are you?I am a Contagions Vulnerability Robotic Infirmary Engineer, or CVRIE.Y1a
1664The human scientists call me Curie. Or more properly, they called me this when they were alive.Y1b
1665I repeat, are you Vault-Tec security?Player Default: Yes. Yes, I am.Y1c
1666Player Default: Who the heck are you?My poor little darlings.Y2a
1667They were used to grow all manner of new and interesting pathogens.Y2b
1668Then vault citizens would be exposed to these viruses in the hopes that they would develop new antibodies.Y2c
1669But they never got a chance to execute their plan.Y2d
1670Clyde got out of his cage. He was smarter than the others, my sweet Clyde.Y2e
1671He let out the others and those poor scientists never stood a chance.Y2f
1672Clyde's been dead for almost two centuries now, but his descendants have free run of the vault.Y2g
1673I'm rambling. Where are my manners. Are you Vault-tec security?Player Default: Yes. Yes, I am.Y2h
167400102234Player Default: Superb! I placed an emergency call so long ago. I was beginning to think something dreadful must've happened.I am pleased to report I completed my primary duties 83 years ago.A1a
1675Thousands of pathogens were grown in the mole rat hosts.A1b
1676Then a single broad spectrum cure was developed to treat them all. Very satisfying work for many decades.A1c
1677Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.Player Default: Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.A1d
1678-000A7D0FI detect intruders. Please neutralize them.A
16790002A896So much new data, even here. Imagine what I could uncover elsewhere.
1680Please see that the cure is used well.
1681I find myself without a master or orders. What a curiously pleasant dilemma.
1682{fondly} Oh dear. Clyde's offspring have been breeding. They are such sweet creatures.
1683{uncertain} I think this one is Lucy. Or is it Ricky?

RR102Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1684RR102_100_Deacon_Intro0016A7E0Player Default: Your leader was just being cautious.It must put all of you in a very delicate situation.Deacon: Exactly. Kind of killed our chance at a friendy first impression, though.A3a
16850016A7DFPlayer Default: If you greet all newcomers like that no one's ever going to help you.But surely caution is a reasonable thing in such a situation?Deacon: Don't be too hard on the old girl. She's just looking after her wayward children.B3a
1686RR102_Comp_PCisAntiSlave0016A7E2What the Institute does to synths is terrible. I am glad you agree.A3a
1687RR102_Comp_RickySuicide0016A7DCYou have put Monsieur Dalton at great risk.A4a
1688RR102_Comp_SynthsAreMachines0016A7E1I'd like to think even machines deserve some respect. Unlike you, apparently.A3a

RR302Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1689RR302_0700_AtPoliceStation0016A7CEPlayer Default: Relax, Tom, you'll be all right.Excellent advice. The effect of hypertension and stress on health is often underestimated.TinkerTom: Right, the whole breathing in and out. OK.A3a
16900016A7CDPlayer Default: Another of your paranoid fantasies.But Monsieur Tinker is a friend, yes? Surely he deserves a kind word.TinkerTom: C'mon, man, maintain positive energy.B3a

RR303Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1691RR303_0300b_GloryDeath0016A7D5Player Default: I don't have time for this.But... she's our friend, yes?Glory: Isn't there... supposed to be a light?B4a
16920016A7D4Player Default: I promise.Rest easy, noble warrior.Glory: If anyone... *cough*X3a
16930016A7D3Player Default: How bad is it?Multiple gunshot wounds. She's losing a great deal of blood.Glory: No escape... this time. *cough*Y2a

RRM01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1694RRM01_0300_MeetingStockton0016A7D2Player Default: No one likes delays.Umm... What are we talking about?OldManStockton: It's bad for business.A1a
16950016A7D1Player Default: You're talking about synths, right?Oh, that's what this is about!OldManStockton: Yes, I am talking about synths.B1a
16960016A7D0Player Default: A trader always has to move his merchandise efficiently.Are we traders now? I am so confused.OldManStockton: Exactly.X1a

UFOCrashQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1697UFOCrashQuestFlybyReaction0019A72ELook, in the sky!A3a
1698UFOCrashQuestImpactReaction0019A72CWe simply must investigate the crashed vessel. Remarkable.A3a