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AO_Comment_DialogueEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1-0016D3C9Watch your fire. It doesn't take much to set off a car.
20016D3C7Good old Ticon. High Rise is one of the best.
30016D3C6Part of me still feels its wrong using this place as a base. But we didn't have a lot of options.
40016D3C5No place like home.
50016D3C4All right. You got me up here. Let's go down. Now.
60016D3C3I can't believe so many skyscrapers are still standing.
70016D3C2Hubris Comics. Fun reading. Been trying to complete my Grognak the Barbarian set.
80016D3C1Is this really how those TV shows were made?
90016D3BFWoah. Hey, it's working. Damn.
100016D3BEGod, you Pre War types could do some amazing things.
110016D3BDI can't believe it's still working.
120016D3BBWe should schedule a group outing for the Railroad. Watch a movie, catch a bite to eat, and get home before the Institute wipes us out.
130016D3BAI'll grab the popcorn.
140016D3B8So this is what it was like. Huh.
150016D3B7Oh, that Giddyup isn't a trap. No way it could be.
160016D3D0That's a lot of parking. Make sure you put your money in the meter.
170016D3CFI've been in some tunnels like this... Oh right, way back when we were looking for the Institute.
180016D3CCThat's a lot of... whatever the hell it is.
190016D3CBAnd we still have these damned missiles hidden all over the place.
200016D3CAWhat the hell's that?
210016D3B6Not a bad place to take the long nap.
220016D3B4Water, water, everywhere.
230016D3B2West Everrett. Another town swallowed up by the Super Mutants.
24Super Mutant behavior is most interesting.
250016D3AFSomethings off around here. Don't know what.
260016D3AEWe go to the most interesting places.
270016D3ADAutomated surgery. What could go wrong?
280016D3ACHi, I'm Deacon. "Hi Deacon."
290016D3AAWha... Jesus.
30That beast is very powerful.
310016D3A9Shit... Deathclaw.
320016D3A8Deja vu. We are still in a vault, right?
330016D3A7I thought there was a Vault in the area.
340016D3A4Vault 114. It's been pretty thoroughly looted, but sometimes you can find something that's been overlooked.
350016D3A2The Railroad lives in places like this. Always behind the curtain.
360016D3A1When you're done here, I'd like to leave.
370016D3A0Always wondered what's at the bottom of the quarry.
380016D39FThis robot is a national treasure.
390016D39DAh, for the lack of a brewer.
400016D39CGwinnett Brewery. Now that's the stuff.
410016D39ACage fighting. Not my cup of tea.
420016D399How about that. Scavengers will pick it clean in a year, but for right now what a sight.
430016D398Wow, this place looks a hell of a lot better. Pat yourself on the back.
440016D396Mirelurk goo. Anyone else hungry?
450016D395That's a hell of a way to go.
460016D394The Common looks peaceful, but no one sane goes inside.
470016D393A Brotherhood of Steel base is up ahead. At the police station.
480016D392Do not open the cabins. The Co-Op is perfectly safe as long as you keep the hippies locked up.
490016D391Do not open the cabins. The Co-Op is perfectly safe as long as you keep the hippies locked up.
500016D390I've heard some crazy stories about Spectacle Island. Nobody's been there and back in ages.
510016D38FFinch Farm. Our runners sometimes crash here. They're good people.
520016D38EThanks for the tip, Pre War guy.
530016D38DMmm... Donuts.
540016D38CAnd those things flew in the air? No thanks.
550016D38BGood place if you're in the market for junk.
560016D38AI'm all for saunas, but this is something else.
570016D389Now the raiders got Power Armor. God damn it.
580016D388Well, at least they died in bed.
590016D387Scavvers love this landfill. They can get pretty territorial.
600016D386I hate playgrounds.
610016D385Remember kids, only you can put out nuclear hell fire.
620016D384Those are some hard core military robots. Prudence, better parts, yata yata.
630016D383The Old World sure did love their robots.
640016D382Something... Hmm... I can't put my finger on it. But there's something going on in the motel.
650016D381Super Mutants and satellites. I wonder if they're planning their own space launch.
660016D380Sometimes I close my eyes and imagine... Ocean waves, people... I just can't picture it.
670016D37FGod damn it. Raiders. And here I just wanted a quiet day at the beach.
680016D37EHere's to brotherly love.
690016D37DPit stop time? I've been holding it in for miles.
700016D37CAfter awhile, I've stopped reading the notebooks and terminals of the people from before. Their stories... they never end well.
710016D37BLet's get back to the ground, OK? Sometimes you can see pieces of the freeway fall off.
720016D37AGunners have overrun Quincy. Great.
730016D379Sometimes you find Institute synths salvaging in quarries and the like. No idea what they're looking for, but they've been at it for years.
740016D378Civilization back then was something else. But you take away its infrastructure... That's what really killed people.
750016D377If we could get rid of the raiders, Propsect Hill would make a good place for a settlement.
760016D376The places we go.
770016D375Hard rads throughout the reservoir.
780016D374They sure needed an awful lot of power back then.
790016D373Look at all those buttons. Go ahead. You know you want to...
800016D372Shit. *cough* Strange gases. Never good.
810016D371Look at the brush work. And the bold use of color. Oh, and how bat shit crazy the painter was. Don't forget that.
820016D370Look out. There's a sinkhole up ahead. Get near it and that'll be all she wrote.
830016D36FSmell that. Ancient sewer treatment plant. That's the stuff.
840016D36ETrailer parks are a decent place to shack up for the night.
850016D36DIf we got rid of the Mirelurks, Neponset Park would be a pretty nice place.
860016D36CGhouls have been spotted near the Yard.
870016D36BI wonder if that thing's got any juice.
880016D36AIn another hundred years, I wonder what'll be left of the Commonwealth...
890016D369Thank god these robots are still functioning to properly educate our children about the ocean.
900016D368And this is why we can't have nice things.
910016D367These assholes have to be stopped.
920016D366I grew up around here. I used to do the museum tour every Memorial Day. This brings it all back.
930016D365Jesus. They were playing with that? All right, I am officially a fan of the way you do exploration. If that thing went off...?
940016D364The Slog. Nice place. I used to work the farms for Murphy for awhile. Not a bad boss.
950016D363What, did they televise surgery back then? Those wacky Old Worlders.
960016D362Robbing banks is pretty easy these days. You'll never catch me alive, you dirty coppers.
970016D361That's a Gunner stronghold. Little better than raiders, if you ask me.
980016D360A very long time ago, Mass State was one of the big players in the Commonwealth.
99Without them we'd have lost the Battle of Charles River. Look at it now...
1000016D35FGot to love snipers.
1010016D35EI see they went with the premiere solution to handling industrial waste. Classy.
1020016D35DA geyser of radioactive sludge. Good times.
1030016D35CWait, something in the Commonwealth actually still works? I'm going to write my Congressman.
1040016D35BNow that's a view, huh?
1050016D35AUsed to be settlers around here. Then the Deathclaws came. And there went the neighborhood.
1060016D359Generally a fan of being undergroud, but Malden's got a lot of bad sight lines.
1070016D358A properly cooked fish is pretty good eats. As long as it hasn't mutated too much.
1080016D357I haven't heard about this place. Hmm... What's inside?
1090016D356Damn it. He got us.
1100016D355Theodore Collins lives in there. Not the nicest guy, but he sells food to some of the settlements nearby.
1110016D354An actual bank job. Kind of cool, really.
1120016D353No, this isn't creepy.
1130016D352Vault-Tec's up to its usual tricks.
1140016D351Libertalia. It's a tough nut to crack. Raiders have dug in there hard.
1150016D350I'm usually not a fan of wanton slaughter. But I feel pretty good about this. Enjoying the moment.
1160016D34FLexington's changed hands a lot of times. Raiders last I heard.
1170016D34ELake Q has hard rads. Unless we're planning on chugging RadAway, let's not.
1180016D34DLake Coch...it...wait. Lake Coke-itua... Lake Tons and Tons of Mirelurks.
1190016D34CWere lighthouses just as spooky in your time? This place gives me the creeps.
1200016D34BOpinions are mixed, but I happen to like the Charles River Trio.
1210016D34AAll right, you got me. You Jamaica Plain bastards you got me.
1220016D349With this much security, maybe there is something to this whole treasure hunt.
1230016D347I could totally see why they chose this magnificent location for a shrine. I feel closer to Division already.
1240016D346Let me get my list out. Bread, eggs, and cilantro. You can never have enough cilantro.
1250016D345Dogmeat, don't get any ideas.
1260016D344All in the name of good science.
1270016D342Yeah, there's the friendly neighborhood ferals. Hi, guys.
1280016D341That crater's hot. Ferals nearby, too. Maybe we can pick our way around it.
1290016D340Let's just stay away from the... ledge. I feel dizzy.
1300016D33FAnother kiddie prison. Nice view, though.
1310016D33EThat crane is awfully high. We're not going up there are we? Of course we are, because we're insane.
1320016D33DIf this is the home of tomorrow, I'll keep what I got. I'm good.
1330016D33CAw, did the poor raiders get eaten by Ferals? For once, the Ferals did something right.
1340016D33BRaiders used to be in this area. Can't say I miss them.
1350016D33ADecent salvage here. Most hardware stores are stripped to the studs.
1360016D339All right. The other shoe is about to drop.
1370016D338The good old American military. Destroying the world since 2077.
1380016D337{At a blood bank} Want to top off? I'm full on blood, but if you're a quart low we can fix you up.
1390016D336Come on in, the water's deadly.
1400016D335All right, I don't say this often, but that is bad ass.
1410016D334Grade A real estate here. Secluded, the crazy neighbors, oh, and tons and tons of radiation.
1420016D333The Old World must've been something else back in its prime.
1430016D332This just in, world explodes. News at 11.
1440016D330And people wonder why all the robots around are nuts. Garbage in, garbage out.
1450016D32FI'd totally bowl, except I have a thing about bowling shoes. And I hurt my back. A lot.
1460016D32EThis was built to immortalize our robotic overlords. True story.
1470016D32DLoad up. The Railroad's always looking for more weapons and ammo.
1480016D32CWant a fish head? Special sale just for you.
1490016D32BThe lair of the Fat Man. Nice. Who we going to blow up?
1500016D32AAll aboard. Yeah, I know, I couldn't think of anything better. Hey, they can't all be gems, right?
1510016D329A flooded town. The Commonwealth really can't catch a break.
1520016D328This playground could be worse. I can't think of how right now, but trust me, it could.
1530016D327Centuries of sewer smell. Oh, I bet everyone back at HQ is jealous.
1540016D326I think what we have here is a failure of intelligence. Would've been good to know about this.
1550016D324Really? You see why we don't attract tourists. Who wants to see the famous landmark covered in blood, right?
1560016D323I think we're right under Concord.
1570016D322Shit. Deathclaw. Don't wake it.
1580016D321It might be a good idea to be on the other side of those defenses.
1590016D320This doesn't look right. Not right at all.
1600016D31FI sailed the ocean for a few months. Made it to Greenland. Crazy story, I'll tell you about it later.
1610016D31DPut your money on Black Velvet. That pony's gonna win for sure.
1620016D31CMankind can be such bastards at times. We're freeing the people, right?
1630016D31BRailroad Tip #113: Don't go diving in creepy swimming holes. That is all.
1640016D31AYou old timers really liked digging tunnels.
1650016D316This has bad idea written all over it.
1660016D315Whoever the valet is for those boats I am not going to tip him. OK, maybe one cap.
1670016D314Huh? Wasn't the Constitution over there? My old age is catching up to me.
1680016D313Oh, that? That's the USS Constitution. I hear it's parked up there for tax purposes.
1690016D312Man, what I'd give for a picture of that.
1700016D311That's one way to catch the L-train.
1710016D310You go first next time we storm a Ghoul infested basement. I'll be behind you. Very, very far behind you.
1720016D30FHold onto your geiger counter. Craters are the best.
1730016D30ERaiders control the tunnel. It's bad news.
1740016D30DAnd you got to drive these babies around. Lucky devil.
1750016D30CWell, this is happening. You do see them, right?
1760016D30BDid that tugboat even have a license? Must be from Pennsylvania.
1770016D30AHmm. Wonder what's under the rowboat.
1780016D308Popular place. And look at me, I forgot my lunchbox.
1790016D307I wonder what tonight's show is. Oh, us.
1800016D306What the hell were those things even for?
1810016D304Huh. Maybe we should let him out.
1820016D303Boston used to be a hub for high tech companies. You can find places like this tucked away all over the place.
1830016D302Great. Another crazy scientist. Did someone order them in bulk?
1840016D301Whoever their maid service is I want their number.
185I wish everyone cared for their homes like this.
1860016D300You can go all the way to the top. Quite a view up there.
1870016D2FFDamned Super Mutants.
1880016D2FEThat's just a waste. All those books.
1890016D2FDLook out. There's crazy robots inside there. Or were they in the library in your day, too?
1900016D2FCYou up for some hoops? I could've gone pro, you know.
1910016D2F9No life signs here.
1920016D2F8Beantown Brewery. Now we're talking.
1930016D2F6Nothing like the smell of commerce.
1940016D2F4Any port in a storm, I guess.
1950016D2F2All the makings for one hell of a party.

AO_Companion_BarEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
196AO_Companion_Bar_Cooke0016E93FHey.Bartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.A6a
1970016E93EBartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.Listen, table 3 is not happy. Just get the vodka on ice, pronto.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.A6a
1980016E93DBartender: 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.At this rate it'd be easier just buying a drink. Sheesh.A5a
1990016E93CmyActor: Quaint little place they've got here... I like it.Order on table 3.Bartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.A5a
200AO_Companion_Bar_Deezer0016E933Let me try something.Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!A5a
2010016E932Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!Command override. Vocal audio House, Robert. "Access core programming."Bartender: There are no alcoholic additives or artifical preservatives of any kind! Only good old-fashioned cold refreshment!A5a
2020016E931Bartender: There are no alcoholic additives or artifical preservatives of any kind! Only good old-fashioned cold refreshment!Ah, too bad. I won those codes in a poker game once. Hasn't worked yet.A5a
2030016E930myActor: Is that a robot... sellin' drinks?Override code. Gamma 3 Delta Tango Cinnamon.Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!A5a
204AO_Companion_Bar_Generic0016E94EmyActor: I could use a little pick-me-up.Hey you. I'm close personal friends with the owner, so can you set me up?A4a
2050016CBE4Ah, good. A place to kick my feet up.A5a
2060016CBE3Wow. That's a really generous offer.A4a
2070016CBE2You built this place, right? You'd think that'd get you a discount or something.A4a
208AO_Companion_Bar_Savoldi0016E92DHey, barkeep.Bartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.A5a
2090016E92CBartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.Moonshine. Here's a little extra if you let me loiter a spell.Bartender: Well... it appears I finally have a customer who wants to show a little class.A5a
2100016E92BBartender: Well... it appears I finally have a customer who wants to show a little class.We'll see where the bottle takes me.A5a
2110016E92AmyActor: Oh, they have a bar down here?I need a little something to shake the dust off me. What do you recommend?Bartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.A5a
212AO_Companion_Bar_Takahashi0016E927Takahashi.Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A5a
2130016E926myActor: Be right back, gonna grab a quick drink.What's the good word today?Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A5a
2140016E925Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?Really? No, shit. What happened then?Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A5a
2150016E924Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?*laugh* That is one hell of story. Stay you, T-bot.A5a
216AO_Companion_Bar_Vadim0016E94BHey Vadim.Bartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.A5a
2170016E94ABartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.I work the midnight shift, you know. Barely even see the other shifts.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.A5a
2180016E949Bartender: Record is mine. Fourteen shots in less than two minutes. If you beat, I give them to you free. You lose, you pay double.You know what they say about curiosity. See you around.A5a
2190016E948myActor: Oh... this place looks interestin'.That swill you call alcohol kill anyone yet?Bartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.A5a
220AO_Companion_Bar_Wellingham0016E945{Dripping with sarcasm} If it isn't my good friend Wellington.Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A4a
2210016E944Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.Thanks, Mr. Cooke for reprogramming a useful robot into an electronic jerk.Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.A4a
2220016E943Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.I keep trying to like Diamond City, but sometimes they don't make it easy.A4a
2230016E942myActor: Okay, please tell me this robot bartender knows how to pour a drink.Still thumbing your nose at the rest of us rabble?Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A4a
224AO_Companion_Bar_Whitechapel0016E939Hey, Charlie.Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?A4a
2250016E938Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?C'mon, Charlie. I've been ordering off the menu since that business with... Tightrope.Bartender: I wouldn't take it too hard. I know Tommy, and I'm betting he's got your best interests at heart.A4a
2260016E937Bartender: I wouldn't take it too hard. I know Tommy, and I'm betting he's got your best interests at heart.You'll find this sufficient. Pleasure doing business.A4a
2270016E936myActor: I know this place.I'd like my usual. From off the menu. Way off.Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?A4a

BoS100Edit

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228BoS100_02_SceneMain001698E2Player Default: I'll continue to help, but you owe me an explanation first.Yeah. Tit for tat. Is anyone else a little weirded out by that expression? Sorry.BoS100Danse: Very well.A5a
229001698E1Player Default: At this rate, you'll be dead within two days. And I want no part of it.Here's to lost causes.BoS100Danse: Then there's no need for you to remain here.B6a
230001698E0Player Default: That all depends. How much are you paying?We have plenty of people wanting us to risk our lives for them, so it's a seller's market.BoS100Danse: So you're a mercenary. Typical. Fine. You help us, and I'll see you're compensated for your services.X4a

BoS201Edit

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231BoS201_00_PrydwenArrives0016AC57Would you look at that? Damn.A5a
232BoS201_01_DanseStage20001698D6Player Default: Going to be a quick war with that thing on our side.Yeah, anyone going up against that... Whew boy.BoS201Danse: That's the plan.A5a
233001698D5Player Default: After rolling that thing in, you've certainly started a war.In big bold letters, yeah.BoS201Danse: If history's proven anything, it's that an overwhelming show of force has a chance of halting a conflict before it begins.B5a
234001698D4Player Default: I'm guessing that diplomacy isn't on Elder Maxson's mind.Yeah, but against who?BoS201Danse: What's the matter? Don't like kicking in the door?X5a
235001698D3Player Default: Who's Elder Maxson?He's a piece of work, is what he is.BoS201Danse: Maxson is the commander of this division of the Brotherhood of Steel.Y4a
236BoS201_07_MaxsonStage140001698D2Player Default: I refuse to allow the mistakes of the past to be repeated.It's not so easy saving people from themselves.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.A5a
237001698D1Player Default: I'm a bit surprised that you don't realize that by now.Wow, condescend much?Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.B5a

BoS202Edit

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238BoS202_01_MaxsonStage10001698CEPlayer Default: The Brotherhood cannot allow those abominations to have a nuclear arsenal at their fingertips.You make a decent argument.BoS202Maxson: Now... we have a vertibird on standby, fully armed and ready to depart.A5a
239001698CDPlayer Default: If we leave Fort Strong unchecked, we have a potential security threat on our hands.If you're going to do this, boss, I'll come with.BoS202Maxson: Now... we have a vertibird on standby, fully armed and ready to depart.B6a
240BoS202_02_DanseStage100001698CAPlayer Default: I wish all of mankind shared your sentiment.Muties have been responsible for a lot of pain.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.A5a
241001698C9Player Default: Have you taken leave of your senses?I can think of a few differences. Dental hygiene for one.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.B6a

BoS203Edit

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242-00185474{Concerned} Good luck, General. I hope you find your son.

BoS301Edit

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243BoS301_05_ScaraStage0060001698BABoS301Scara: The whole thing's rather complicated, perhaps I'll explain it to you sometime.I love me a complicated story. Maybe later.BoS301Scara: So, now that I've formally introduced myself, perhaps you'd care to tell me why you're here?A5a
244BoS301_06_LiStage0070001698B9Player Default: Because we care what happens to the Commonwealth.Yeah, right. Think of the children.BoS301Li: You know, if anyone else wearing a Brotherhood of Steel uniform said something like that, I'd laugh in their face.A5a
245001698B8Player Default: If you don't work on Prime, I'll have you shot.Oh, straight to threats. All right.BoS301Li: You son of a bitch!B6a
246BoS301_10_ChildofAtomStage0160001698B5BoS301ChildofAtom: That is why they must be safeguarded.I'm so convinced right now. Let's go get atomized together.Player Default: I want to spread his, uhh, glory... Look, the bombs will get used, okay? Isn't that what you want?A5a

BoS302Edit

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247BoS302_01_MaxsonStage010001698ABPlayer Default: With pleasure. I'll make him pay for lying to us.Some people may have a problem with missions like this. You know, friends of ours.BoS302Maxson: I appreciate your cooperation.A7a
248001698AAPlayer Default: I won't do it. Danse deserves a chance to explain himself.Danse may have a stick up his backside, but he's our pal.BoS302Maxson: You will do it. This is not up for judgment or debate!B5a
249001698A9Player Default: I don't know what to say.Hell no and a few choice profanities come to mind.BoS302Maxson: This isn't a request that requires an answer, Knight. This is a direct order.X6a
250001698A8Player Default: Isn't there some other way?Maybe a sucker punch and a well-aimed bullet.BoS302Maxson: Absolutely not. My decision is final.Y5a
251BOS302_13_CompanionReactsExecute0018426AListen, you can't keep helping these guys.Companion: That Maxson fella seemed like he knew what was best. Maybe you should've listened to him.A5a
2520018425CI can't believe you just did that.Companion: I wished you had the bollocks to do that yourself. At least it's over with.A5a

BoS303Edit

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253BoS303_01_Stage10001698B4BoS303Ingram: That's where we're headed. Hope you don't mind a little company, because I'm coming with you.Maybe we should do a few things first. In private, boss?Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.A6a
254BoS303_01_Stage10PrePrime001698B3BoS303Ingram: That's if you don't mind a little company of course.Boss, I think we got it covered. No need for the egghead.Player Default: It would be helpful if you tagged along.A5a
255BoS303_03_Roof001698B1BoS303Ingram: All right, let's head into the lab. Can't wait to get a look at the place.Let's go, then.A5a
256BoS303_04_MissingAgitator001698B0BoS303Ingram: It must have been moved. Let's check out that terminal over there.My guess is it'll be on the bottom floor. Nobody ever keeps the good stuff near the entrance.A5a
257BoS303_07_PowerLoss001698AFBoS303Ingram: Damn it! They've knocked out the power to the elevators.No problem, we could use the exercise.A5a
258BoS303_09_ViewReactor001698AEBoS303Ingram: There it is... Mass Fusion's reactor. Don't make them like that anymore.Let's get this over with.A5a
259BoS303_10_BeforeEnteringChamber001698ADBoS303Ingram: I'll communicate with you though their intercom system while I monitor everything from out here.Ingram's right. You go in there without protection and it's lights out.A5a
260BoS303_14_ElevatorToLobby001698ACBoS303Ingram: The Institute must have sent reinforcements.Well, let's say "howdy" then.BoS303Ingram: I'll help hold them off, just make sure you get the Agitator out of here!A6a

BoSM01Edit

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261BoSM01_CompanionStage060_Commentary100184384Looks like the bomb took out the building. Bombs can do that, you know.A5a
262BoSM01_CompanionStage070_Commentary100184383Hell of a way to go.A5a
263BoSM01_CompanionStage080_Commentary100184382Not a bad place to play sniper. If you're into that sort of thing.A5a

CIS_ChatWithNPC_DeaconEdit

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264CIS_ChatWithNPC_Deacon_BunkerHillLong00183EBDTarget: Do you got a... Oh.{Quiet, conversational} You been looking into... What we talked about.Target: Yeah, yeah. Their... uh... boss. Hard liner.A1a
26500183EBBTarget: Yeah, yeah. Their... uh... boss. Hard liner.{Deacon's proposing assassinating someone in spy double talk} Is he the full problem?Target: No. The whole... outfit... has got it in for "abominations."A1a
26600183EB9Target: No. The whole... outfit... has got it in for "abominations."{On to Plan B, urgent} Anybody reasonable in the top brass?Target: Listen, man, details are hard to get from their patrols.A1a
26700183EB6Target: But... I wouldn't hold my breath.{Sighing in tone, no easy solution} Keep digging. Tom needs all the information you can get.Target: On it.A1a
268CIS_ChatWithNPC_Deacon_BunkerHillMeg00183ED3Target: Mr. D.{Friendly} Hey, lil' sis.Target: I'm not your sister.A1a
26900183ECFTarget: I'm not your sister.{Disarming} Right you are.Target: Gary's wife is *missing*. Real suspicious middle of the night stuff.A1a
27000183ECDTarget: Gary's wife is *missing*. Real suspicious middle of the night stuff.{At attention, doesn't want to say "Institute"} Who did it? You think it's... well, you know.Target: That's what everyone says. Gary quit. He was super angry.A1a
27100183ECBTarget: That's what everyone says. Gary quit. He was super angry.{Thinking aloud - talking about getting Gary to join the Railroad} Huh. Maybe we should pay him a visit.Target: Until he cools off - bad idea.A1a
27200183EC9Target: Until he cools off - bad idea.{Impressed} Keep it up, sis, and I'll double this next time.Target: *chuckle* Easy caps.A1a
273CIS_ChatWithNPC_Deacon_DiamondCityArturo00183EDCTarget: Geiger counter, bud?{Non chalant} Mine is in the shop.Target: You the guy about the article?A1a
27400183EDATarget: You the guy about the article?{Flippant} The one and only.Target: I'd be careful around here. The target keeps late hours with strange visitors.A1a
27500183ED8Target: I'd be careful around here. The target keeps late hours with strange visitors.{Considering, hoping to get more info} That's not proof.Target: Hey, not even Piper's dug up anything more yet.A1a
27600183ED6Target: Hey, not even Piper's dug up anything more yet.{Serious, compassionate} Got it. Keep your head down and no heroics.A1a
277CIS_ChatWithNPC_Deacon_GoodneighborLong00183EC6Target: Deacon.Got a lost package I'm following up on.Target: Sorry. Got destroyed in shipping.A1a
27800183EC4Target: Sorry. Got destroyed in shipping.*sigh* How'd it happen?Target: Raiders.A1a
27900183EC2Target: Raiders.Let me guess. L&L?Target: Yeah. Listen, that's all I got.A1a
28000183EC0Target: Yeah. Listen, that's all I got.Stay safe.A1a
281CIS_ChatWithNPC_Deacon_Scene0018778EI used to like listening to a radio station, they played country songs. Randolph station?Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A1a
282Heya, you. You got a geiger counter?Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A2a
283I've been looking for a package. An old one.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A3a
284Just act natural. Yada yada geiger counter. It's me. Mr. Doe.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A4a
285Heard you had a... friend. Saw some action. Curious how it went down.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A5a
286Psst. You do that thing... about the doctor.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A6a
287Don't mind me. About... Dutchman?Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A7a
288Hey. I was looking for a... switchblade.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A8a
289What's up?Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A9a
290I've been waiting to hear from you. You don't call, you don't write.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A10a
291Hey. You wanted to see me.Target: Yeah, man. I know that station. I heard it's rebroadcasting music now. And I'm not 100%, but I'm almost positive the DJ is the same. More later.A11a

CIS_DeaconGiveInfoEdit

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292CIS_DeaconGiveInfo_Scene001703CBLet me tell you something interesting about that person...A1a
293Let me tell you something interesting about that thing...A2a

CIS_EnterNewLocationEdit

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294-0023ED3EDiamond City. Watch what you say. If the Institute chose one place to infiltrate - we're walking right into it.
2950023ED3DHancock turns a blind eye to our... activities. Makes Goodneighbor a great place to lay low.
2960023ED3C{Sarcastic} Used to be wannabe gladiators bashed each other's skulls in here. Now it's full of raiders. So, no change.
2970023ED3BThe airport. One of Tinker's favorite salvaging spots.
2980023ED3AAnything that looks that pristine's got to be bad news.
2990023ED39Something about this place. Be careful.
3000023ED38Jamaica Plain. Treasure hunters, corpses, and hard luck stories. Isn't the Commonwealth grand?
3010023ED37Vault 81. The mad hermits as I like to call them. It's usually sealed up, although you find the occasional patrol.
3020023ED36It's my job to know things. And... Well, I had no idea about all of this. Wow.
3030023ED35Best stay clear of Libertalia. A lot of raiders and not much else.
3040023ED34Ah, skyscrapers. People were packed in like sardines up there in the old days. Crazy, right?
3050023ED33Our favorite wacky cultists love this place. And if its good in the Cult of Atom's book you know what that means, right? Yeah, me neither.
3060023ED32When I was here last, oh, sixty or so years ago, this whole place was just crawling with Minutemen.
307You could smell the smugness a mile away.
308Great. The Minutemen are back. Let's just hope you can keep the redneck element in check.
3090023ED31Covenant. For a new settlement, it's looking pretty good. I've been meaning to pay a visit.
3100023ED30Diamond City thinks it's got a lock on trade in the Commonwealth. But watch out for Bunker Hill. It has a lot of potential.

COMPickUpSceneEdit

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311COMCaitPickUpScene000F2527Player Default: About time I got out of this place. Let's go.And here she is, the one the only... Caaaait. Is that how they used to do it in the Combat Zone?Dogmeat: (curious sound)A6a
312COMCodsworthPickUpScene000FBD2ECodsworth: 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?{enigmatic / Neutral} Codsworth. It's time.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A2a
313Codsworth: 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?{Amused} Codsworth. My main robot. How goes the butling? Butlering? You know.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A7a
314COMCurie_PickUpScene001869A6Player Default: Then let us get under way.Getting traded out for the tin can? How humiliating. Hey, Curie.Curie: So gracious of you, Monsieur Codsworth. Until we meet again.A8a
315Player Default: Then let us get under way.I like the new look, Curie. And people give me a hard time just for swapping out my face.Curie: So gracious of you, Monsieur Codsworth. Until we meet again.A9a
316COMDansePickUpScene001100B2Player Default: Roger that.You want to travel with him? OK. Just watch your back.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A6a
1414DogmeatPickupScene00216867Player Default: (playful bark){Amused, friendly / Amused} Being benched for the mutt. Ouch.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A5a
1294COMHancockPickUpScene0012EDC6Player Default: Done.{Nervous} You're traveling with Hancock? Uh, are you sure that's safe?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A9a
1295COMMacCreadyPickUpScene0011CD23Player Default: About time. I was getting bored.Still killing people for caps, MacCready?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A8a
1296COMNickPickupScene0015FC32Player Default: Well alright.Nick, you old dog, good to see you. With him along, I know you're both going to be fine.Dogmeat: (pained whimper)A9a
1297COMPiperPickupScene00162C4BPlayer Default: Will do.Oh god. It's Piper. Hi, I'll be going.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A11a
1298COMPrestonFollowStartScene001E05DBPreston: Take care, Codsworth.I'll head for home, then. Good luck.A1a
1299000F9CFEOh boy, it's an honest to goodness Minuteman. And here's me without my autograph book.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A6a
1334COMX688_PickupScene00126FFEPlayer Default: Right behind you, sir.{Muttered under breath, stage whisper - nervous} So I'll just be going.X688: He couldn't be in better hands.A9a

COMDeaconEdit

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317COMDeacon_01a_NeutralToFriendship000F7715I'd still like to talk. If you're interested.Player Default: Now's a good time.A
318We've been traveling for a spell. I was hoping to have some words with you.Player Default: Now's a good time.A
319000F7713Player Default: Maybe later.Another time.Deacon: I'm used to flying solo. But I gotta admit, working with you makes me think I've been missing out. Having someone watching your back... is refreshing.B1a
320000F770CPlayer Default: Another time.I'm used to flying solo. But I gotta admit, working with you makes me think I've been missing out. Having someone watching your back... is refreshing.A1a
321Especially since you never know when the Institute is watching.Player Default: The feeling's mutual.A1b
322000F770BPlayer Default: The feeling's mutual.I got to say, you make it look easy. But you have some built in advantages.Deacon: Some people at HQ are jealous. You took the Big Nap and everyone you knew is long gone. Wait, hear me out on the silver lining.A1a
323000F770APlayer Default: Don't get all mushy on me.Aww. I was just about to open up about my first pet mole rat, Bessie, and the time we had to put her down.Deacon: Some people at HQ are jealous. You took the Big Nap and everyone you knew is long gone. Wait, hear me out on the silver lining.B1a
324000F7709Player Default: It's always good to have back up.Exactly.Deacon: Some people at HQ are jealous. You took the Big Nap and everyone you knew is long gone. Wait, hear me out on the silver lining.X1a
325000F7708Player Default: You've never had a partner?Not for a long time. Besides, partnering up in the Railroad can leave you vulnerable. One more person who can finger you to the Institute.Deacon: Some people at HQ are jealous. You took the Big Nap and everyone you knew is long gone. Wait, hear me out on the silver lining.Y1a
326000F7703Player Default: I got to say, you make it look easy. But you have some built in advantages.Some people at HQ are jealous. You took the Big Nap and everyone you knew is long gone. Wait, hear me out on the silver lining.A1a
327If a human in the Railroad slips up then they expose friends and loved ones to danger. You're safe from that.Player Default: Well, I guess I'm a little lucky then.A1b
328000F7702Player Default: Well, I guess I'm a little lucky then.What's done is done, and the up shot is you're in a position where you can act openly. If you go to ground, there's little the Coursers can do about it.Deacon: It doesn't matter much to me. I'm a synth. At least that's what they tell me. So I really don't have anything to lose.A1a
329000F7701Player Default: You're saying that losing my boy is a good thing?{Apologetic} Oh, Jesus, I didn't mean that. If the Church gets compromised and the Coursers are on our tail at least you're not putting more people in harm's way. That's all.Deacon: It doesn't matter much to me. I'm a synth. At least that's what they tell me. So I really don't have anything to lose.B1a
330000F7700Player Default: I hadn't thought of it that way.{Somber} When the Switchboard went sideways some people lost family as well as comrades. That's got to be tough.Deacon: It doesn't matter much to me. I'm a synth. At least that's what they tell me. So I really don't have anything to lose.X1a
331000F76FFPlayer Default: Why would the people they care about be in danger?{Sad} When the Coursers start kicking down doors - they just don't hit Railroad safehouses. Some friends and family have been known to get axed.Y1a
332{Somber} Whether the Institute's motivated by vengeance or faulty intel, it doesn't matter to the people left behind.Deacon: It doesn't matter much to me. I'm a synth. At least that's what they tell me. So I really don't have anything to lose.Y1b
333000F76FAPlayer Default: What's done is done, and the up shot is you're in a position where you can act openly. If you go to ground, there's little the Coursers can do about it.{Somber} It doesn't matter much to me. I'm a synth. At least that's what they tell me. So I really don't have anything to lose.A1a
334{Somber} For Glory and me, and the others, it's easier to dedicate ourselves to the cause.Player Default: I had no idea.A1b
335000F76F9Player Default: I had no idea.I figured you deserved to know. I was one of the first to get the whole cranium reboot and let's just say it was a learning experience for everyone.Deacon: Since we're traveling together I want you to take this. It's my recall code.A1a
336000F76F8Player Default: You expect me to believe that?{Confident} Why not? I was one of the first to get the good old cranium reboot and it was a learning experience for everyone. Makes me quirky and fun that way.Deacon: Since we're traveling together I want you to take this. It's my recall code.B1a
337000F76F7Player Default: That's interesting.That's one word for it.Deacon: Since we're traveling together I want you to take this. It's my recall code.X1a
338000F76F6Player Default: You're a synth? Why didn't you tell me before?I don't like talking about it. I was one of the first synths they did the whole cranium reboot on. So it was a bit of a botch job.Y1a
339Most synths have fun fake memories. A happy home, a family. Me, I got nothing. And that... well, it does something to you.Deacon: Since we're traveling together I want you to take this. It's my recall code.Y1b
340000F76F1Player Default: I figured you deserved to know. I was one of the first to get the whole cranium reboot and let's just say it was a learning experience for everyone.{Nervous} Since we're traveling together I want you to take this. It's my recall code.A1a
341{Nervous} If you ever need to know something about the Institute, read it to me.Player Default: I appreciate the trust.A1b
342000F76F0Player Default: I appreciate the trust.{Nervous} Yeah, well, about that.Deacon: Don't use the code unless you absolutely have to. It'll wipe my memories. I'm not sure how much of me will even be left.A1a
343000F76EFPlayer Default: If you expect me to believe you, I want proof.{Amused} Alright, you got me. No fooling you, huh? Don't take it personally, I lie to everyone.Deacon: Maybe I'm just another human that has people back home he wants to protect. Then again, maybe not.B1a
344Player Default: If you expect me to believe you, I want proof.{Confident} If you really want proof, you could read that code and find out. Wait a second. Maybe that's not a good idea.Deacon: Don't use the code unless you absolutely have to. It'll wipe my memories. I'm not sure how much of me will even be left.B2a
345000F76EDPlayer Default: What's the recall code do?That's the safety net the brain docs put in. An ejector seat to bring back your old synth self.Y1a
346I don't know for certain, but I imagine it's a big old wad of trauma and cupcakes. Except with no cupcakes.Deacon: Don't use the code unless you absolutely have to. It'll wipe my memories. I'm not sure how much of me will even be left.Y1b
347000F76E8Player Default: Yeah, well, about that.{Nervous} Don't use the code unless you absolutely have to. It'll wipe my memories. I'm not sure how much of me will even be left.A1a
348{Nervous} You know, I'd just feel better if you didn't read it until you need it.A1b
349COMDeacon_01b_NeutralToFriendship000F7715{Nervous} You know, I'm having second thoughts on that whole recall code. Wait. You read it, didn't you?Player Default: I read it, all right.A
350000F76E7Player Default: I read it, all right.{Nervous} Don't tell me what it said. You know, it's probably just safer if we don't talk right now.Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.A1a
351000F76E6Player Default: No, I haven't read it yet.{Relieved} Good. Please don't. It'll make it easier to sleep at night.Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.B1a
352000F76E5Player Default: "You can't trust everyone."*Convulsions*Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.X1a
353Player Default: "You can't trust everyone."Another time, then.Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.X2a
354Player Default: "You can't trust everyone."I'm all ready to go.Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.X3a
355Player Default: "You can't trust everyone."{Angry} What? God damn it. Don't do that.Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.X4a
356000F76E4Player Default: Why shouldn't I read it?Just in case it gets stuck in your head. You know, like if I say 'radroach'. Now don't think of 'radroach'. See you thought of it.Y1a
357{Nervous} And if it's a real simple code then one slip and goodbye Deacon. Anyway, only read it if you have to.Deacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.Y1b
358000F76DFDeacon: Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.Maybe I'm just another human that has people back home he wants to protect. Then again, maybe not.Player Default: Well, you're good in my book. Whatever or whoever you are.A1a
359000F76DEPlayer Default: Well, you're good in my book. Whatever or whoever you are.{Friendly} I want... If you believe anything, believe this. I'm in your corner. Always have been.Deacon: That code I gave you is a hard truth. You can't trust everyone. Even if someone sounds sincere they could be a synth replacement working for the Institute.A1a
360000F76DDPlayer Default: I don't like being lied to.{Apologetic} My relationship with the truth rubs some people the wrong way. But believe this one thing: I'm in your corner. Always have been. Not everyone can say that.Deacon: That code I gave you is a hard truth. You can't trust everyone. Even if someone sounds sincere they could be a synth replacement working for the Institute.B1a
361000F76DCPlayer Default: You still could be a synth. Are you?{Amused} I think I'll wait until the betting pool back at HQ gets higher before I answer that one. When I need some beer money.Deacon: That code I gave you is a hard truth. You can't trust everyone. Even if someone sounds sincere they could be a synth replacement working for the Institute.X1a
362000F76DBPlayer Default: Is that really why you lied to me?I'm supposed to be showing you the ropes in the Railroad, so let's say this is lesson, well, whatever number we're at.Deacon: That code I gave you is a hard truth. You can't trust everyone. Even if someone sounds sincere they could be a synth replacement working for the Institute.Y1a
363000F76D6Player Default: I want... If you believe anything, believe this. I'm in your corner. Always have been.{Somber} That code I gave you is a hard truth. You can't trust everyone. Even if someone sounds sincere they could be a synth replacement working for the Institute.A1a
364{Amused} The bitch of the problem is recognizing the 90% of the time someone's on the up and up and the 10% of the time you're being played.A1b
365000F76D5Player Default: Don't tell me what it said. You know, it's probably just safer if we don't talk right now.{Amused} Did I have you going? Don't take it personal. I lie to everyone.Deacon: Maybe I'm just another human that has people back home he wants to protect. Then again, maybe not.A1a
366COMDeacon_02_FriendshipToAdmiration000F7715We've been making the rounds, doing the job. It's time you learn the Big Secret.Deacon: Everyone thinks that Desdemona is the big boss. She calls the ops, gives the ra-ra speeches. But it's just an act.A
367000F765DNPCMDeacon: We've been making the rounds, doing the job. It's time you learn the Big Secret.Everyone thinks that Desdemona is the big boss. She calls the ops, gives the ra-ra speeches. But it's just an act.A1a
368She does what I tell her to because the Railroad's my show. It's been that way since I founded it.Player Default: You really founded it?A1b
369000F765CPlayer Default: You really founded it?{Happy} Sure. Me and Johnny D and Watts. Hell, that was 60? 70 years ago? After awhile you lose count.Deacon: We've come a long way since the beginning. We've done a lot of good. Saved a lot of synths.A1a
370000F765BPlayer Default: Do you really think I'm going to fall for this?{Amused} Fall for what? Haven't you noticed when I say the word Desdemona does a 180. "Hey, there's an intruder". "No, I vouch for him." "Then welcome."B1a
371{Amused} Every time. It works best that way, gives me room to maneuver.Deacon: We've come a long way since the beginning. We've done a lot of good. Saved a lot of synths.B1b
372000F765APlayer Default: I'm not so sure about that.Like I said. The Big Secret.Deacon: We've come a long way since the beginning. We've done a lot of good. Saved a lot of synths.X1a
373000F7659Player Default: You? You founded the Railroad?Sure. Me and Johnny D and Watts. Hell, that was over 60? 70 years ago? After awhile you lose count.Y1a
374I tell everyone I get the occasional face change to stay anonymous. Truth is, it takes a lot of work to keep this mug handsome.Deacon: We've come a long way since the beginning. We've done a lot of good. Saved a lot of synths.Y1b
375000F7654Player Default: Sure. Me and Johnny D and Watts. Hell, that was 60? 70 years ago? After awhile you lose count.We've come a long way since the beginning. We've done a lot of good. Saved a lot of synths.A1a
376{Confident} But we're about more than that. We're the last and only line of defense between the Institute and the Commonwealth. Hell, maybe even the world.Player Default: Any perks being close to the big boss?A1b
377000F7653Player Default: Any perks being close to the big boss?Now that I don't have to hide, sure. Tinker Tom will set you up. But the best perk is seeing behind the curtain.Deacon: People think our missions are all about synths. But there's more going on. We're building a better, brighter Commonwealth.A1a
378000F7652Player Default: You've lied to me at least once. This is just more of the same.{Amused} Yeah, you got me. But you're going to hear the same sort of lies elsewhere.Deacon: There're other organizations out there. And, in time, I'm sure they're going to spoon-feed you their own patented form of bullshit.B1a
379Player Default: You've lied to me at least once. This is just more of the same.{Amused} Am I? Doesn't it make things make a little bit more sense? There's a lot of secrets in the Railroad.Deacon: People think our missions are all about synths. But there's more going on. We're building a better, brighter Commonwealth.B2a
380000F7650Player Default: How are we defending anyone?We keep everyone in cells so no one knows just how large our organization actually is. And just how many things we're doing day-to-day.Deacon: People think our missions are all about synths. But there's more going on. We're building a better, brighter Commonwealth.Y1a
381000F764BPlayer Default: Now that I don't have to hide, sure. Tinker Tom will set you up. But the best perk is seeing behind the curtain.{Confident} People think our missions are all about synths. But there's more going on. We're building a better, brighter Commonwealth.A1a
382{Confident} The Railroad really is the best, noblest organization that's ever lived. We're...Deacon: I can't keep up with this bullshit.A1b
383000F764ADeacon: The Railroad really is the best, noblest organization that's ever lived. We're...{Amused} I can't keep up with this bullshit.Player Default: Traveling with you is never dull.A1a
384000F7649Player Default: Traveling with you is never dull.{Amused} I aim to please. But I had a point here. A lesson, if you will.Deacon: There're other organizations out there. And, in time, I'm sure they're going to spoon-feed you their own patented form of bullshit.A1a
385000F7648Player Default: I knew you were lying to me, you bastard.{Somber} Of course you did. But hopefully there's a point here. A lesson, if you will.Deacon: There're other organizations out there. And, in time, I'm sure they're going to spoon-feed you their own patented form of bullshit.B1a
386000F7647Player Default: Sometimes I think you're crazy.{Amused} Sometimes I think you're right. But there's a point to this. A lesson, if you will.Deacon: There're other organizations out there. And, in time, I'm sure they're going to spoon-feed you their own patented form of bullshit.X1a
387000F7646Player Default: Why the hell are you lying to me? Again?{Amused} Because it's what I do. And, there's a point to this - a lesson, if you will.Deacon: There're other organizations out there. And, in time, I'm sure they're going to spoon-feed you their own patented form of bullshit.Y1a
388000F7641Player Default: I aim to please. But I had a point here. A lesson, if you will.There're other organizations out there. And, in time, I'm sure they're going to spoon-feed you their own patented form of bullshit.A1a
389Ignore the verbage and look at what they're doing. What they're asking you to do.A1b
390{Somber} What sort of world they'd have you build and how they're going to pay for it.Player Default: Thanks for the advice.A1c
391000F7640Player Default: Thanks for the advice.I don't know if it's your good old fashion Pre-War values or you just won the genetic lottery, but anyone that has you in their corner has an advantage.Deacon: And at the end of the day you'll need to make a choice. Make it the right one.A1a
392000F763FPlayer Default: I don't need any more of your lies.{Amused} Then boy, did you choose the wrong traveling companion. But hey, listen.Deacon: And at the end of the day you'll need to make a choice. Make it the right one.B1a
393000F763EPlayer Default: So what do you think of the other groups out there?Love the job you're doing with the Minutemen. Historically, they've been little better than policemen, though.X1a
394The Brotherhood... well, I met them on an op in Capital Wasteland a few years back. But now with Elder Maxson... Let's just say, not a fan.X1b
395And the Institute. Well, do I really need to answer that? But what I think, doesn't matter. The real question is: what do you think?Deacon: And at the end of the day you'll need to make a choice. Make it the right one.X1c
396000F763DPlayer Default: So what's the Railroad's deal?We're not about saving the world, too big a job for too few. But we're trying to make it a better one. One synth at a time.Y1a
397And care about the little guys. Maybe lend a hand on the side. Not as much as some would like. But hey, it's something.Y1b
398But the real question is: what do you think of us?Deacon: And at the end of the day you'll need to make a choice. Make it the right one.Y1c
399000F7638Player Default: I don't know if it's your good old fashion Pre-War values or you just won the genetic lottery, but anyone that has you in their corner has an advantage.And at the end of the day you'll need to make a choice. Make it the right one.A1a
400COMDeacon_04_AdmirationToInfatuation000F7715Hey. I got something important to say.Deacon: I really appreciate you putting up with my bullshit. Truth is it's been a long time since I've had a... friend.A
401000F7637NPCMDeacon: Hey. I got something important to say.{Somber} I really appreciate you putting up with my bullshit. Truth is it's been a long time since I've had a... friend.Deacon: I'm a liar. Everyone knows it. I make no secret of it. Because the truth is: I'm a fraud. To my core.A1a
402000F7636Deacon: I really appreciate you putting up with my bullshit. Truth is it's been a long time since I've had a... friend.{Somber} I'm a liar. Everyone knows it. I make no secret of it. Because the truth is: I'm a fraud. To my core.A1a
403{Somber} When I was young, a hell of a long time ago, I was... well, scum. I was a bigot. A very violent bigot.Player Default: We all make mistakes when we're young.A1b
404000F7635Player Default: We all make mistakes when we're young.{Depressed} A mistake or two, yeah. But what I did.Deacon: I ran with a gang in University Point. We called ourselves the UP Deathclaws. For kicks we'd terrorize anyone that we thought was a synth.A1a
405000F7634Player Default: You trying to sell me another of your lies? Really?{Somber} Just hear me out. Make your judgments then.Deacon: I ran with a gang in University Point. We called ourselves the UP Deathclaws. For kicks we'd terrorize anyone that we thought was a synth.B1a
406000F7632Player Default: Were you really that bad?{Depressed} Worse than that.Deacon: I ran with a gang in University Point. We called ourselves the UP Deathclaws. For kicks we'd terrorize anyone that we thought was a synth.Y1a
407000F762DPlayer Default: A mistake or two, yeah. But what I did.{Neutral} I ran with a gang in University Point. We called ourselves the UP Deathclaws. For kicks we'd terrorize anyone that we thought was a synth.A1a
408{Sad} We kept egging each other on. Started with some property damage graduated to some beat downs. Then, inevitably, a lynching.A1b
409{Somber} The Claw's leader was convinced we'd finally found and killed a synth. Looking back, I'm not so sure.Player Default: I'll withhold judgment until you finish.A1c
410000F762CPlayer Default: I'll withhold judgment until you finish.{Somber} Thanks.Deacon: So I turned my back on my "brothers" - broke all contact. Time passed, I became a farmer, if you can believe that. Then one day I found someone.A1a
411000F762BPlayer Default: Why you're telling me this? What game are you playing?{Defiant} It's called a confession. Good for the soul or something.Deacon: So I turned my back on my "brothers" - broke all contact. Time passed, I became a farmer, if you can believe that. Then one day I found someone.B1a
412000F762APlayer Default: I had no idea.{Neutral} No one does.Deacon: So I turned my back on my "brothers" - broke all contact. Time passed, I became a farmer, if you can believe that. Then one day I found someone.X1a
413000F7629Player Default: You killed someone?{Depressed} That one was enough for me. It was his eyes... Those eyes haunt me. Bulging.Deacon: So I turned my back on my "brothers" - broke all contact. Time passed, I became a farmer, if you can believe that. Then one day I found someone.Y1a
414000F7624Player Default: Thanks.{Neutral} So I turned my back on my "brothers" - broke all contact. Time passed, I became a farmer, if you can believe that. Then one day I found someone.A1a
415{Thinking} She saw something in me I didn't know was there. Barbara, well, she was... She just was.Player Default: Leaving the Deathclaws took a lot of courage.A1b
416000F7623Player Default: Leaving the Deathclaws took a lot of courage.{Neutral} Leaving wasn't free - they took it out on my sad hide. But by the time I met Barbara, they'd moved on.Deacon: We were trying for kids, ekeing out a living. Then one day... It turns out my Barbara... She was a synth.A1a
417000F7622Player Default: If you're telling the truth, you didn't deserve her.{Sad} I know. I still know. But I married Barbara all the same.Deacon: We were trying for kids, ekeing out a living. Then one day... It turns out my Barbara... She was a synth.B1a
418000F7621Player Default: She sounds special.{Somber} Being with her made me feel like the whole world had a chance. That one day we could climb out of this wreckage. She could do that to people.Deacon: We were trying for kids, ekeing out a living. Then one day... It turns out my Barbara... She was a synth.X1a
419000F7620Player Default: What was she like?{Sad} She had a smile like on those old magazine covers. Her eyes...Deacon: We were trying for kids, ekeing out a living. Then one day... It turns out my Barbara... She was a synth.Y1a
420000F761BPlayer Default: Leaving wasn't free - they took it out on my sad hide. But by the time I met Barbara, they'd moved on.{Sad} We were trying for kids, ekeing out a living. Then one day... It turns out my Barbara... She was a synth.A1a
421{Depressed} She didn't know that. I certainly didn't. I don't know how the Deathclaws found out. But... there was blood.Player Default: Shit, I'm sorry.A1b
422000F7619Player Default: Sounds like karma sucker punched you.{Sad} That she most certainly did.Deacon: I don't remember much clearly after that. I know I killed most of the Claws. I must've made a big impression.B1a
423000F7617Player Default: So they killed her?Yes.Deacon: I don't remember much clearly after that. I know I killed most of the Claws. I must've made a big impression.Y1a
424000F7612Player Default: That she most certainly did.{Neutral} I don't remember much clearly after that. I know I killed most of the Claws. I must've made a big impression.A1a
425{Somber} The Railroad contacted me, figuring I'd be sympathetic. Seeing that I lost my wife. And, well, what I did afterwards.Player Default: After what happened to my family. I can understand.A1b
426000F7611Player Default: After what happened to my family. I can understand.{Apologetic} I thought you might.Deacon: I don't even know why I lie any more. But I can't tell the truth. Everyone - Tom, Dez, you, even that asshole Carrington - they deserve to be in the Railroad.A1a
427000F7610Player Default: Is this the part where you admit it's a lie? And try teaching some stupid lesson?{InPain} I deserve that. But no. That's the end of the story.Deacon: I don't even know why I lie any more. But I can't tell the truth. Everyone - Tom, Dez, you, even that asshole Carrington - they deserve to be in the Railroad.B1a
428000F760FPlayer Default: That's a hell of a story.{Sarcastic} It was no picnic to live through, either.Deacon: I don't even know why I lie any more. But I can't tell the truth. Everyone - Tom, Dez, you, even that asshole Carrington - they deserve to be in the Railroad.X1a
429000F760EPlayer Default: The Railroad let you in? Even though you once were in the Deathclaws?{Somber} So many years had passed that I don't think anyone, well except the Claws, knew that. All they knew is someone fought back.Deacon: I don't even know why I lie any more. But I can't tell the truth. Everyone - Tom, Dez, you, even that asshole Carrington - they deserve to be in the Railroad.Y1a
430000F7609Player Default: I thought you might.{Depressed} I don't even know why I lie any more. But I can't tell the truth. Everyone - Tom, Dez, you, even that asshole Carrington - they deserve to be in the Railroad.A1a
431{Angry} I don't. I'm everything wrong with this whole fucking Commonwealth. You're the only friend I got. I don't deserve you being OK with this.A1b
432{Somber} Hell, I'm not even asking for it. But I figured you should know.Player Default: Everyone's got a past. The important thing is you're trying to make up for it. I'm still on your side.A1c
433000F7608Player Default: Everyone's got a past. The important thing is you're trying to make up for it. I'm still on your side.{Relieved} I'm not the hugging type. So, yeah. Good talk.A1a
434000F7607Player Default: So you're a liar, hypocrite, murderer, and am I missing anything? Damn right you don't belong in the Railroad.{Angry} And that's why I don't tell anyone this. I should've fucking known. You know what, it's all a big lie. Good talk.B1a
435000F7606Player Default: That's a lot to process.{Defiant} I can imagine. Listen, you must be wondering, "Hey, is Deacon messing with my head? Again?" But even if you don't believe anything else.X1a
436{Defiant} Know that you're my friend. Maybe my only one. So. Good talk.X1b
437000F7605Player Default: I don't buy your whole story.{Defiant} Very understandable. But believe this. You are my friend. Maybe my only one. When shit goes down, I'm with you to the end.Y1a
438{Sad} So, yeah. Good talk.Y1b
439COMDeacon_05_NeutralToDisdain000F7715{Somber} Hold up. We need to have some words.Player Default: I'll make some time for you.A
440000F76B7Player Default: Not now.All right. But we need to talk. Soon.Deacon: The Railroad isn't exactly loved out there. A lot of people look at synths as murderous machines.B1a
441000F76B0Player Default: All right. But we need to talk. Soon.The Railroad isn't exactly loved out there. A lot of people look at synths as murderous machines.A1a
442So you can imagine how popular that makes us. Others could give a shit. They just want to farm, trade, thieve, or whatever.A1b
443Their beef with us is collateral damage.Player Default: But we're the good guys.A1c
444000F76AFPlayer Default: But we're the good guys.{Somber} You know that. I do, too. But it's kind hard to do PR when we're hiding in a hole in the ground.Deacon: My point in this is sometimes you're adding more reasons for them to distrust and even hate us. And that makes our job harder down the line.A1a
445000F76AEPlayer Default: Why do we care what they think?{Somber} An angry mob can ruin our day just as easily as a Courser attack.Deacon: My point in this is sometimes you're adding more reasons for them to distrust and even hate us. And that makes our job harder down the line.B1a
446000F76ACPlayer Default: Do people really think that badly of us?{Confident} Certainly not everyone. But a lot of people put the blame for our firefights with the Institute on us.Y1a
447{Somber} And for a grieving parent telling them that their kid ate a Courser's bullet in the struggle for synth freedom... That doesn't hold much water.Deacon: My point in this is sometimes you're adding more reasons for them to distrust and even hate us. And that makes our job harder down the line.Y1b
448000F76A7Player Default: You know that. I do, too. But it's kind hard to do PR when we're hiding in a hole in the ground.{Somber} My point in this is sometimes you're adding more reasons for them to distrust and even hate us. And that makes our job harder down the line.A1a
449{Confident} We need to win over John Q Public and that's a tough proposition at the best of times.Player Default: I'll take it to heart.A1b
450000F76A6Player Default: I'll take it to heart.Traveling with you I've gained a lot of respect for you.Deacon: In this business sometimes you need to be tough, and I'm all for that.A1a
451000F76A5Player Default: I don't need a lecture.{Confident} All of us enrolled in the school of hard knocks need an occasional refresher course. And this one comes from a place of respect, all right?Deacon: In this business sometimes you need to be tough, and I'm all for that.B1a
452000F76A4Player Default: If you say so.I do.Deacon: In this business sometimes you need to be tough, and I'm all for that.X1a
453000F76A3Player Default: What reasons am I giving them?When there's needless blood on our hands, that raises a stink. When you screw over someone, guess what, sometimes the rumor gets out.Deacon: In this business sometimes you need to be tough, and I'm all for that.Y1a
454000F769EPlayer Default: Traveling with you I've gained a lot of respect for you.{Somber} In this business sometimes you need to be tough, and I'm all for that.A1a
455{Somber} But if you go too far then you're just following in Glory's footsteps. And that's a path I won't take. There. I've said my piece.A1b
456COMDeacon_06_DisdainToHatred002233B4{Angry} I can't believe that at one point I wanted to travel with you.A1a
457000F7715{Angry} I've hit my limit. Listen, we've had a good run but I need to fly solo again.Player Default: But I thought we had a good thing.A
458000F76CAPlayer Default: But I thought we had a good thing.{Confident} Sometimes I think you're the best agent we've ever had. And other times...Deacon: I told you position on innocents and you ignored it. So we're done traveling together.A1a
459000F76C9Player Default: Where the hell is this coming from?{Angry} It seems like your solution to everything is violence. And the way you treat people...Deacon: I told you position on innocents and you ignored it. So we're done traveling together.B1a
460000F76C7Player Default: What are you talking about?{Angry} I'm talking about the people you've trampled on. The bodies that keep piling up.Deacon: I told you position on innocents and you ignored it. So we're done traveling together.Y1a
461000F76C2Player Default: Sometimes I think you're the best agent we've ever had. And other times...{Stern} The Railroad needs people like you and Glory. So it's good to have you both on our team. But your style and mine are completely opposite.Player Default: Can't we talk about it? I want to keep traveling with you.A1a
462000F76C1Player Default: Can't we talk about it? I want to keep traveling with you.{Stern} Not going to happen. Sorry.Deacon: We'll be seeing each other a lot and I'm not one to hold grudges.A1a
463000F76C0Player Default: Good riddance.{Confident} I'm not looking for a fight.Deacon: We'll be seeing each other a lot and I'm not one to hold grudges.B1a
464000F76BFPlayer Default: If that's how you feel, then.Sadly, it is.Deacon: We'll be seeing each other a lot and I'm not one to hold grudges.X1a
465000F76BEPlayer Default: Is there anything I can do?{Somber} We already covered this once. I was hoping... It didn't pan out. That's OK. The Railroad is a colorful bunch of people.Y1a
466Us all getting along isn't what's important. The mission is.Deacon: We'll be seeing each other a lot and I'm not one to hold grudges.Y1b
467000F76B9Player Default: Not going to happen. Sorry.{Confident} We'll be seeing each other a lot and I'm not one to hold grudges.A1a
468{Pleading} Just remember, we're trying to help people not make the garbage dump stink even more.A1b
469000850C6Player Default: Sometimes I think you're the best agent we've ever had. And other times...{Angry} I told you position on innocents and you ignored it. So we're done traveling together.Deacon: We'll be seeing each other a lot and I'm not one to hold grudges.A1a
470COMDeacon_07_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiration000F7715{Worried} This is going to be fun. Have time to talk?Player Default: Of course I do. What's on your mind?A
471000F768APlayer Default: Maybe later?It'll hold.Deacon: One of the reasons I opened up to you is that... Oh boy, this is going to sound corny.B1a
472000F7688Player Default: That doesn't sound good. What is it?{Worried} Something's been really bothering me.Deacon: One of the reasons I opened up to you is that... Oh boy, this is going to sound corny.Y1a
473000F7683Player Default: It'll hold.One of the reasons I opened up to you is that... Oh boy, this is going to sound corny.A1a
474{Awed} You've got some real nobility. If honor was common back in your day, I'm sure you realize it's rare as hell now.A1b
475{Worried} It's been really bothering me to see you stoop down to our level.Player Default: I appreciate you telling me.A1c
476000F7682Player Default: I appreciate you telling me.{Relieved} Thanks for taking it so well. And, our friendship...Deacon: Don't get me wrong, I'm pleased as punch we're traveling together. So if you get back to the brotherhood of man thing again we'll be the best of pals.A1a
477000F7681Player Default: Sometimes I need to make hard choices. I don't need second-guessing.{Worried} I know. But somehow before you managed to thread that needle. And now...Deacon: Don't get me wrong, I'm pleased as punch we're traveling together. So if you get back to the brotherhood of man thing again we'll be the best of pals.B1a
478000F767FPlayer Default: What do you mean, exactly?{Somber} I try my best to limit the blow back on my ops. No mess, no fuss. Some of the things you've been doing...Y1a
479Well, it's not pretty.Deacon: Don't get me wrong, I'm pleased as punch we're traveling together. So if you get back to the brotherhood of man thing again we'll be the best of pals.Y1b
480000F767APlayer Default: Thanks for taking it so well. And, our friendship...{Friendly} Don't get me wrong, I'm pleased as punch we're traveling together. So if you get back to the brotherhood of man thing again we'll be the best of pals.A1a
481COMDeacon_08_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral000F7715Got a moment?Deacon: I know I can be a hard read, but I've really enjoyed traveling with you. No bullshit.A
482000F7679NPCMDeacon: Got a moment?{Friendly} I know I can be a hard read, but I've really enjoyed traveling with you. No bullshit.A1a
483{Worried} But recently... well, some of the calls you've been making have been bugging me.Player Default: I'm sorry to hear that.A1b
484000F7670Player Default: I'm sorry to hear that.{Worried} Some of the things we've been doing recently. They're sloppy. People getting hurt that don't need to be.A1a
485{Somber} Not everyone in the Railroad would agree with this, but my view is that we're really in it to help everyone. Humans, synths, and everything in between.A1b
486{Friendly} So if you can start doing that again, I'll rest a whole lot easier.A1c
487COMDeacon_09_RepeatNeutralToDisdain000F7715{Stern} I need a word. Now.Player Default: I'm always happy to talk with you.A
488000F766FPlayer Default: I'm always happy to talk with you.{Stern} Whatever.Deacon: We've had some strong words not too far back, well strong for me, at least. I thought we came to an understanding.A1a
489000F766EPlayer Default: I don't have time for this.Fine. But we're talking soon.Deacon: We've had some strong words not too far back, well strong for me, at least. I thought we came to an understanding.B1a
490000F7667Player Default: Whatever.{Angry} We've had some strong words not too far back, well strong for me, at least. I thought we came to an understanding.A1a
491{Angry} But you keep leaving a trail of misery behind you. To be clear: I'm not going to stand for it.Player Default: I hear you. Let's try to keep this civil.A1b
492000F7666Player Default: I hear you. Let's try to keep this civil.{Somber} I can do that.Deacon: Other people in the Railroad, hell, they're worse than you. But I want to run clean ops.A1a
493000F7665Player Default: All you do is complain. You ever stop to think that you may be the problem here?{Angry} Me? On the missions I run there're fewer body bags. And sometimes the civvies even say, "Thank you."Deacon: Other people in the Railroad, hell, they're worse than you. But I want to run clean ops.B1a
494000F7663Player Default: Trail of misery? What?{Angry} You keep screwing people over. People that we may need to ask a favor from down the line.Y1a
495{Stern} Or worse yet, they wind up dead.Deacon: Other people in the Railroad, hell, they're worse than you. But I want to run clean ops.Y1b
496000F765EPlayer Default: I can do that.{Somber} Other people in the Railroad, hell, they're worse than you. But I want to run clean ops.A1a
497{Angry} Limit the casualties and maybe, god forbid, help people now and then. If you can't do that, I'm gone.A1b
498COMDeacon_11_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation00218C0CNPCMDeacon: You know that time when I said something about nobility, stooping to our level, and Fancy Lads.{Amused at his own joke / Amused} Well, forget I said all that. Well, except for the Fancy Lads.Player Default: I'm glad we're good again.A1a
49900218C0BPlayer Default: I'm glad we're good again.{Very friendly / Grateful} You and me both.Deacon: Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.A1a
50000218C0APlayer Default: I'm tired of all your bitching.{Eats his pride - serious / Somber} I'll own that. I was out of line.Deacon: Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.B1a
50100218C09Player Default: Those Fancy Lads better still be on the table.{Banter / Amused} Don't look at me, I have an alibi.Deacon: Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.X1a
50200218C08Player Default: What are you talking about?{Explaining} Well, I thought you were compromising some of your good old world ideals. Getting a little too grimy with the here and now.Deacon: Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.Y1a
50300218C03Player Default: You and me both.{I am sorry should be clear in tone / Apologetic} Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.Deacon: Talks over, amigo.A1a
50400218C02Deacon: Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.{Getting a little too real, doesn't want to get too sentimental / Friendly} Talks over, amigo.A1a
505Deacon: Clearly, I was jumping at shadows. You're the best person I know.{Getting a little too real, doesn't want to get too sentimental / Friendly} Talks over, amiga.A2a
506000F7715{Cheery - this is good news} You know that time when I said something about nobility, stooping to our level, and Fancy Lads.Deacon: Well, forget I said all that. Well, except for the Fancy Lads.A
507COMDeacon_DismissScene000F7695Time for me to move on?Player Default: Sad to say it is.A1a
508000F7693Player Default: I take it back. We're good.Glad to hear it.B1a
509000F7691Player Default: Are you OK with that?I guess.Y1a
510COMDeacon_MurderScene000F7715{Angry} That's it. We're talking.Deacon: What the hell was that?A
511000F76D4NPCMDeacon: That's it. We're talking.{Angry} What the hell was that?Player Default: Calm down.A1a
512000F76D3Player Default: Calm down.{Angry} Like hell I will. I'm an easy going guy, but there's a line.Deacon: We don't kill innocents. Sometimes these Institute bastards catch us in a cross-fire or there's friendly fire.A1a
513000F76D2Player Default: You don't want to lay into me.{Angry} Like hell I don't. I'm an easy-going guy, but there's a god-damned line.Deacon: We don't kill innocents. Sometimes these Institute bastards catch us in a cross-fire or there's friendly fire.B1a
514000F76D1Player Default: Tell me what this is about.{Angry} You open up on the civvies and that's all you got to say?Deacon: We don't kill innocents. Sometimes these Institute bastards catch us in a cross-fire or there's friendly fire.X1a
515000F76D0Player Default: What are you talking about?{Angry} You opening up on the civvies is what I'm talking about.Deacon: We don't kill innocents. Sometimes these Institute bastards catch us in a cross-fire or there's friendly fire.Y1a
516000F76CBPlayer Default: Like hell I will. I'm an easy going guy, but there's a line.{Stern} We don't kill innocents. Sometimes these Institute bastards catch us in a cross-fire or there's friendly fire.A1a
517{Angry} Those I can deal with because it's an occupational hazard. But that. That was murder. You do that again and we're parting ways.A1b
518COMDeacon_PickUpScene001869A3Player Default: I'm all ready to go.{Friendly and reassuring. / Friendly} Always am, Codsworth. That's one thing you can count on.A1a
519Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Me? Get into trouble? I am the very definition of innocence. We're just going to spend all day playing canasta. Promise.A2a
520Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Waiting for you, beautiful.A3a
521Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Appreciate that, MacCready. You do the same.A4a
522Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Well, good thing I have nothing to hide then.A5a
523Player Default: I'm all ready to go.Good things come in small packages.A6a
524But then you know all about small packages don't you, Strong?A6b
525Player Default: I'm all ready to go.{You know exactly what he's talking about. / Friendly} Nick. I haven't the faintest what you're talking about.A7a
526Player Default: I'm all ready to go.{Amused} What's there to worry about? How much trouble could two people really get into?A8a
527Player Default: I'm all ready to go.{Concerned} Funeral? I don't think I packed a disguise for that.A9a
528Player Default: I'm all ready to go.{Nervous / Concerned} Me? Oh, I'm nobody. But hey, don't you worry about a thing!A10a
529001027B8Deacon: Speaking of which, if you don't mind a side-kick let's keep a good thing going and travel together some more.No pressure, I can see you got company. If now's not good, maybe later?Player Default: Let's go, then.A1a
530000F7715Welcome to the family.Deacon: We're a colorful and arguably insane bunch, but you're stuck with us now.A
531Want me back on deck, huh? I got to admit things have been pretty quiet without you.Player Default: Let's go, then.A
532000F769CPlayer Default: Not right now.Well, if you change your mind...currentCompanion: And so it goes. Do be mindful out there, Mister Deacon.B1a
533000F769BPlayer Default: Can we trade a few things?You doing a withdrawal or deposit?currentCompanion: And so it goes. Do be mindful out there, Mister Deacon.X1a
534000F769APlayer Default: Don't they need you here?My job's mainly intel. So the more places I go the better I'm doing it.Y1a
535And you're just one big beautiful distraction. Plenty of opportunities to learn secrets moving around in your shadow.Player Default: Let's go, then.Y1b
536Player Default: Don't they need you here?I'd prefer to leave the latest gossip and fashion tips for the others. Tom's quiz on "How To Find Your Ideal Mate" I especially recommend.Player Default: Let's go, then.Y2a
53700102228NPCMDeacon: Welcome to the family.We're a colorful and arguably insane bunch, but you're stuck with us now.A1a
538Speaking of which, if you don't mind a side-kick let's keep a good thing going and travel together some more.Player Default: Let's go, then.A1b
539COMDeacon_RR302_Ending000F7715First thing first, I picked up some Brotherhood goodies for you. Merry Christmas.Deacon: More importantly, though, Tinker's ready for us on the bird. Let's go.A
54000029973NPCMDeacon: First thing first, I picked up some Brotherhood goodies for you. Merry Christmas.More importantly, though, Tinker's ready for us on the bird. Let's go.A1a
541COMDeacon_RRVictory00218C17NPCMDeacon: So, yeah, we did that.{Friendly} Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.Deacon: So what's the encore, Fixer?A1a
54200218C16Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.{Amused} So what's the encore, Fixer?Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.A1a
543Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.{Amused} So what's the encore, Professor?Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.A2a
544Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.{Amused} So what's the encore, Charmer?Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.A3a
545Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.{Amused} So what's the encore, Whisper?Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.A4a
546Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.{Amused} So what's the encore, Bullseye?Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.A5a
547Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.{Amused} So what's the encore, Wanderer?Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.A6a
54800218C15Player Default: The synths are still going to need help.{Amused the player is such a workaholic / Amused} Of course, once more into the breach.Deacon: Some dusty old philosopher thought people were made of metals, that defined their character.A1a
54900218C14Player Default: I need a long break.{Sincere, but joking / Amused} You've earned a vacation. Heck, a life time of vacations.Deacon: Some dusty old philosopher thought people were made of metals, that defined their character.B1a
55000218C13Player Default: I hadn't really thought of what I'd do after all that.{Friendly banter / Amused} I have a feeling something will come along. Without you, I'm pretty sure the Commonwealth would fall apart.Deacon: Some dusty old philosopher thought people were made of metals, that defined their character.X1a
55100218C12Player Default: Have any ideas?{Tongue in cheek / Amused} We start our own band. "Saviors of the Commonwealth." I always wanted groupies. *chuckle*Deacon: Some dusty old philosopher thought people were made of metals, that defined their character.Y1a
55200218C0DPlayer Default: Of course, once more into the breach.{Grateful} Some dusty old philosopher thought people were made of metals, that defined their character.A1a
553{Amused} And you, my friend, are solid gold. Now let's go kick some ass.A1b
554000F7715{Cat that ate the canary} So, yeah, we did that.Deacon: Institute's gone, synths saved, and we're both alive.A
555-001D2870{Joking, but queasy} There goes my appetite.
556{Joking, but queasy} Yeah, sure, dig in, pal.
557{Joking but queasy} You aren't seriously...? Yes, yes, you are.
558001AC86C{Punch up the like} I like it.
559Hah. Good going.
560Huh. What do you know?
561{I don't like that} That doesn't sit right.
562That's the opposite of smart, there.
563{Impressed} Now that's getting it done.
564{To the player, annoyed} Did you really have to do that?
565{Pleased, sincere} Classy move there, boss.
566{Holding back some anger} Do that one more time...
567Yes.
568Yup.
569Alright.
570I'm all over it.
571No.
572Naah.
573I won't do that.
574{Giving the PC something - a present} Incoming, boss.
575For you. Enjoy.
576Thanks!
577Thanks for that.
578On it.
579Will do.
580I'll take care of it.
581Consider it done.
582No problemo.
5830019DB99No can do.
584How would I even get there?
585Can't reach that, boss.
5860016DA21Whoever lived here, ain't here now.
587I hope whoever was here didn't know something we don't.
588I don't think they left too long ago.
5890016DA20I'm telling you it's all about sunglasses. Best 10 cap investment you'll ever make.
590I'm noticing the profound lack of darkness here.
591Sure is bright.
5920016DA1FSomeone has too much time on their hands. This place is spotless.
593To whoever is cleaning here, thanks for making the rest of us look bad.
594Was the Old World this clean? I really can't imagine it.
5950016DA1EDidn't I see this set in a horror film once?
596This is not the time to tell ghost stories.
597This is downright creepy.
5980016DA1DCan you see anything?
599I like shadows. But this is taking it a little too far.
600Did you make that noise? Sorry. A little jumpy.
6010016DA1CNo one's been in here for ages.
602Where does all this dust even come from? The dust faeries?
603It takes a long time for this much dirt to gather.
6040016DA1BRight now, where we are, totally a sniper's dream. I should know.
605Big open spaces. *shudder*
606If I were a sniper I'd be... there... or there. Or even there. Isn't this fun?
6070016DA1ASomebody had security issues.
608If someone builds defenses like that, they're building it for a damned good reason.
609I wonder who or what they're protecting against?
6100016DA19This is some particularly high-calibre disgusting shit here.
611I used to run a steam cleaner store before the bombs fell. So I see this and I think dollar signs.
612Have you no pride, wastelanders? Yuck.
6130016DA18That... *gag* I didn't need to see that.
614I don't have a weak stomache. But... Damn.
615Suddenly I regret eating that mole rat meatloaf.
6160016DA17Look at all the gizmos. That's my term for them. Patent pending.
617I can positively feel the science oozing around here.
618If you ever need to feel sleepy, ask Tinker Tom what they were doing here.
6190016DA16Can you hear me?
620I want earphones. Damn it!
621God, I'm getting a headache.
6220016DA15What a mess. And for me to say that, you know it means something.
623It takes a real slob to achieve this level of filth. It's almost impressive.
624When I retire, I am totally going to set up a maid service. Talk about demand.
6250016DA14Sometimes when we're knee deep in the fight... You can forget places like this exist.
626I miss the Old World.
627She would've liked this.
6280016DA13Anyone up for some meditation?
629I wonder what the acoustics are like here.
630I like it here.
6310016DA12Never let your guard completely down. Even in a place like this.
632The safer I'm supposed to feel, the more paranoid I get.
633It *might* be safe. Just maybe.
6340016DA11Thanks, nose. I really need this feedback.
635Whew. That's an odor.
636This place reeks.
6370016DA10Nine times out of ten, water means radiation poisoning.
638Is now a good time to mention I don't know how to swim? I kid.
639I miss Capital Wasteland. You can actually drink the water there.
640000F94B2There you are.
641Got 'em.
642We're back in business.
643You almost got away.
644Really? So close.
645000F94B1Lost 'em.
646Hopefully they'll stay gone.
647Sneaking off is supposed to be my thing.
648Standing down, I guess.
649Aww, how are we going to kill 'em now?
650000F94B0They were just here, dammit.
651Where'd they go?
652Hey, that's my trick.
653Lost 'em. So that's how it feels.
654You won't get far.
655000F94AFWe live to fight another day. And night. And day. Et cetera.
656Well, that got the blood pumping.
657We sure do a lot of that. Winning, that is.
658Let's see if they left anything useful for us.
659Traveling with you ain't dull, I'll say that.
660You know, you're really good at this. Too good.
661Back before I met you I'd go whole days without massacring a bunch of things. Honest.
662So, new business model. We team up with a mortuary. You see where I'm going with this, right?
663We made that look easy.
664We win. Again.
665Tell your friends, you dead bastard. We'll be here all week.
666000F94AEWell, howdy there.
667You almost got away with that.
668The trick to being hidden is not letting this happen.
669Aww, too bad for you.
670We got a live one.
671000F94ADThey're probably long gone now.
672Yeah, keep running, pal.
673We were fighting just a moment ago, right? We should tell them that.
674You check your pockets? Enemies are always the last place you look.
675I got bored of fighting, anyway.
676000F94ACDon't mean to make you nervous. But I don't think we're alone.
677Seems we have a tail.
678Don't look, but I think we're being watched.
679I heard something.
680We got fun time incoming.
681000F94ABIt's fighting time.
682Fighting again. Great.
683I should have a battle cry.
684Wrong move, pal.
685You know ammo isn't cheap. Can we just pay you to play dead?
686You're going down. Grrr. That's menacing, right?
687Insert something Shakespearian involving death and your inevitable doom here.
688I'm ready for 'em.
689You know I do like long, lazy, dull days, right?
690Time to earn our paychecks. I'm getting paid, right?
691Assaultron. Not good.
692God damned, robots. Tough sons-of-bitches.
693Do we waste bullets on these guys, or not?
694I don't like bugs. But these guys... Kinda cute, right?
695God damned blood bugs. Keep him off me.
696Yeah, because you won't haunt my nightmares, you giant mosquito asshole.
697Ahh. Deathclaw.
698Don't let it get close. Pop a Stealth Boy if you got one.
699We got ferals.
700Anyone got some holy water? I always wanted to try that on them.
701Time to terminate you. Jolly good and all that.
702The butler's going down.
703Time for crab cakes.
704Great. How many clips is it going to take to kill those things?
705Oh no, it's a big one.
706Just once I want radiation to turn something into a giant fluffy bunny instead of the Grand Poobah of all Mirelurks. Hail.
707Do we have to kill these guys?
708Burrow deep and run away, little buddies.
709A Protectron. They're not so bad.
710Time to slag another bot.
711This will be our finest hour. Tales shall be told of our fight versus the rad roaches.
712Rad Roaches. Oh, scary.
713These guys have a hell of a sting.
714Do not let the Radscorps close on you.
715Big game hunting Commonwealth-style.
716Don't underestimate these guys. These ain't your Old World bucks.
717Sentrybot. Be on your toes.
718EMP 'em if you got 'em. Sentrybots are dangerous.
719Flittery little bastards.
720You know this would go a hell of a lot better if you just stood still.
721Oh. Boy.
722Because Super Mutants needed a giant bigger brother.
723Time for a Super Mutant show down.
724Let's see how many head shots you take, mutie.
725Killing these old synths always... Well, if we gotta do it.
726Glory's going to lecture me when I get home. Sorry, pal.
727God damned, turrets.
728Hey you! How do you taunt a turret? Your mother was a pea shooter? See, I got nothing.
729Keep the dogs off me.
730Time to put the bitch down. Get it? Because, it's a dog.
731You're going down... Yow Gee? You Guys? Whatever you are, you're going down.
732These bastards are vicious.
733000F94AANow that's just annoying.
734Go ahead, run. I need a break, anyway.
735Aww, we were having such a good firefight.
736You won't stay hidden for long.
737That wasn't in the script.
738000F94A9Then, lead on.
739Don't worry, I got your back.
740Just don't go wandering off any cliffs.
741Absolutely. And my eagerness is totally unrelated to wanting a smoke break.
742Come grab me when you need me.
743Sure, I'll hang out here.
744Can do.
745Sure thing.
746Your wish is my strong recommendation.
747On it.
748I'll get her done.
749000F94A8Is that it?
750TTFN, then.
751Done already?
752Another time, then.
753Whatever you say.
754000F94A7I thought about it, and no.
755There's things I'll do and things I won't. This is in the latter category.
756You really think I'm going to do that?
757Not happening, pal.
758That would be a negatory. That is a word, right?
759000F94A6Would if I could.
760Naah.
761Not happening, sorry.
762No, sorry.
763No can do.
764000F94A5Hmm?
765Whatcha need?
766Yeah?
767What is it?
768You called?
769What's the word?
770Sure, I can help you out.
771Tell me what you want.
772000F94A4Now, insert slot A into tab B, right?
773I so prefer a gun.
774Directions: apply repetitively until dead.
775This is a little close for comfort.
776000F94A3Company incoming.
777Look out.
778Incoming.
779000F94A2I'm drifting... Feeling a little... Is that a white light?
780I, uh, need a little... yeah.
781Vision's going a little... Keep it together, Deacon.
782000F94A1Bastard got my arm.
783I'm winged, dammit.
784Arm's out of commission, boss.
785Son of a bitch. Leg's hit.
786Goddamit. If we're running, you're doing it without me.
787My leg. Ow.
788Shit. Got blood in my eyes.
789*groan* Headshot. Receiving end.
790Oww. Hit my noggin', boss.
791Oof. Need... a minute... catch breath.
792Took one... to the chest.
793I... oof... Chest.
794000F94A0Ahh... hell...
795000F949FOww.
796Son of a bitch.
797Got me.
798Ahh.
799Oof.
800Mmph.
801Ouch.
802Umpfh.
803000F949EAhhhhhh!
804Mmmmmmph.
805Yyyaaahh!
806000F949DThe trick to this is don't die.
807I was hoping they'd be all dead by now.
808You know, running away is always an option. I won't shoot. Promise.
809This is the part where you're supposed to die.
810Fighting is so 2077.
811Now, this, this is a workout.
812And here I was wanting to spend the day reading Proust. And then you have to ruin it.
813Everyone stop. I got a splinter.
814This is only going to end one way.
815Yeah, so this is happening.
816000F949CPresent for you.
817Care package for you.
818000F7600{Nervous - thinks this is crazy} This is going to be one hell of a ride.
819{Nervous - thinks this is crazy} Am I the only one that thinks this is all insane?
820Maybe we should just try asking the Brotherhood to leave. Nicely.
821{grim} Different players, but it's Switchboard all over again.
822{grim} Dammit, I told Dez too much traffic.
823{grim} Just need to make it out of here, Deacon.
824I'm so over traveling with you.
825You ever worry about karma? Well, you should.
826I'd rather be anywhere but here. With you.
827Let's get this over with.
828{Dripping sarcasm} You're a real class act, you know?
829Taking out the Institute, easy. Now for our encore.
830So what do you do when the bogeyman's dead?
831Don't know about you, but I'm ready for the next chapter.
832The only problem with being a secret organizations is no one knows where to send the dump trucks full of caps.
833We did right by Glory.
834Ah, my favorite meat shield. Heh.
835You in the spotlight, me in the shadows. Look out world.
836Do you ever just feel sorry for the poor bastards that fight us? They don't stand a chance.
837Since we had the Big Talk. Well, it's been easier looking in the mirror.
838What shennanigans are we up to today?
839I must say, this whole partner thing, maybe it wasn't overrated.
840Maybe I really am a synth. Maybe you are, too. How would anyone know?
841We do good work, you know?
842Glad you joined the Railroad. To think, Desdemona almost chased you away. Sheesh.
843It's nice to get out of the Church. You can really get stir crazy down there.
844If all our agents were like you, the Institute would be screwed.
845Up top you got to be careful. Never know when you're being watched.
846Some of the people you meet will be Institute replacements. Synth duplicates. So be careful what you say.
847You got what it takes to go far with us. I can tell.
848Sometimes the direct approach isn't the best to take.
849I'm feeling overdue for some reconstructive surgery. Maybe I'll go blonde next time. I could use some fun.
850Let's stick to the mission, all right.
851The world would be better if there were a lot fewer body bags. Just saying.
852If you got things under control, let me know. I got things I could do.
853You do know the enemy's the Institute, right? Not everyone else.
854I miss traveling alone.
855What is it?
856Need something?
857What's up?
858I'm getting tired of waiting.
859000F75FF{Very serious} Whatever you do - do not help get Liberty Prime online.
860{Very serious warning} Desdemona - hell *I* - won't take kindly to giving those power armored bigots a super weapon.
861Ah, the Brotherhood. Elitism, Power Armor, xenophobia, and racial purging. What's not to like?
862Well, it looks like a lowly mortal took out one of the Brotherhood. I'm waiting for that bolt of lightning to hit us now.
863That bastard Maxson really screwed them up. The Brotherhood used to be the good guys. Well, goodish.
864Those Brotherhood assholes are tough.
865I wonder if the name "Brotherhood of Bigots" was already taken?
866What I'd give for an industrial sized tub of Bug Be Gone.
867Whatever egghead came up with giant bugs should've been nuked.
868You know if the little bug bastards just stood still, it wouldn't be that big a deal.
869Bugs, bugs, and more bugs.
870I hate those little blood suckers.
871All the comforts of a cult without leaving your irradiated crater. Join the Children of Atom.
872Why would anyone ever join the Children? That's what I want to know.
873Capital Wasteland. Exports: purified water, some decent tech, oh, and an insane suicidal cult that worships radiation. Thanks, guys.
874I always feel unclean killing those Atom guys. That's probably just the radiation poisoning talking, though.
875Great more Children of Atom.
876Brr... Deathclaws.
877I do not like 'Claws. Those fast, car flipping, ahh... They just get to me.
878If we're hunting Deathclaws, care to tag in Glory? Please?
879Another Deathclaw down, and another of my 9 lives burned. Yay.
880Deathclaws, love them or leave them, they'll still tear your face off.
881I avoid ferals if I can help it.
882Glory came up with the bright idea of putting ferals in the catacombs. Not a fan.
883More ferals. Great.
884Some jackasses call ferals "ghouls". Like ghouls don't have enough problems.
885Bet you crapped your pants the first time you saw a feral. I know I did.
886Gunners are one step above raiders in my book.
887Don't underestimate the Gunners.
888Who's pulling the Gunners' strings? No one knows.
889Gunners give mercs a bad name. And that's saying something.
890Gunner's have had bounties on me. Well, me under different names and faces. I want to see how many slots I can fill on their most wanted list.
891I would've paid 50 caps to be with you the first time you saw one of the crabs. Must've thought you'd walked into a B movie.
892I hate 'lurks. Piercing their shell is a bitch, let me tell you.
893Hit the 'lurks in their soft spot, if you can. Then grab butter. Yum.
894Can we just steer clear of the Mirelurks next time? They chew through my ammo.
895Because, you know, the world wasn't screwed enough. So sure, bring on the giant nearly indestructible crabs. That'll be good.
896You know, I've always wanted a pet mole rat. I'd call him, "Ziggy."
897I always feel a little bad shooting mole rats. Not bad enough not to eat them, though.
898Mole rat. The other white meat.
899One mole rat is kinda cute. A swarm of them, though, that's trouble.
900When I retire I want to be a mole rat farmer. That'd be the life.
901God damned raiders.
902If there's one thing the Minutemen did that I was OK with, it's curbing the damned raiders.
903The lowest level of Hell is reserved for Raiders. And liars. Uh oh.
904Any time you want to take on more Raiders, I'm in.
905Raiders, raiders, and yet more damned raiders.
906I know those raider can seem like idiots, but you should see their handiwork. We've done some good clearing them out.
907Thanks for all those wacky Old World robots, pal. Just, thanks.
908You can make some decent caps salvaging robots.
909It takes a lot of clips to waste tin cans.
910Boston had a thriving tech industry. Which means we get a double helping of robots.
911You should see what Tinker Tom can do with a robot. It's pretty amazing.
912I think of Super Mutants as toddlers on steroids.
913The FEV Virus. Helping demolish walls and kill civvies since 2077.
914Super Mutants hit like a mac truck.
915Sometimes it's best to just sidestep the 'Muties. They don't have the best eyesight.
916Head shots work best against Super Mutants. A lot a lot of head shots.
917I understand why Glory hates wasting Gen 1s and 2s. A very fuzzy line.
918I'm alright if we have to take out the Gen 1s and 2s. Barely, but alright.
919Tinker records every place we find the early gen synths. He says it'll reveal the Institute's "Master Plan". Yeah, right.
920More synths. Great.
921EMP works well against synths. Well, the early models.
922So let me get this straight. You used to propel big metal birds in the sky and fly in them for thousands of miles? You're braver than I thought.
923Why did they make these airports so big? You could have a whole city in one of them.
924Good salvage in airports.
925One day I'm going to find myself an unlooted brewery and go on one hell of a bender.
926If you find any bottles, let me know. It's party time.
927When you're covered in Super Mutant blood, coming off the Jet DTs, and you're one step ahead of the Institute - it's Beantown Brown time!
928If you got the Institute on your ass a nice cave can be your friend.
929Nice and dark in here. I like it.
930The one thing you can count on in a nice comfy cave is company. It's prime real estate.
931I prefer cave fighting to a shoot out up top. Fewer attack vectors.
932Practically every cave in the Commonwealth has been used by the Railroad at one point or another.
933A nice comfy campsite. You bring the marshmellows?
934How inviting.
935I don't usually make camp in the wild. Attracts all the wrong sort of attention.
936I wonder what they left us.
937Ahh, the smell of industry.
938I saw a vid once of a RobCo factory back in the day. And this is what's left of that world. Sad, really.
939Factories give me the creeps. Never know when some robot's going to say, "hello."
940Imagine what this place was like back then.
941Probably some good salvage in here.
942{Trying to crack wise, but he's seriously unsettled} Remind me why we're crawling around this god-forsaken place?
943{bantery but he's seriously unsettled} I can't believe I followed you here.
944{Trying to crack wise, but he's seriously unsettled} If I keep tromping around here, guess there won't be any little Deacons scurrying around in the future.
945Scalpel. T Clamp. Chainsaw. I totally should've been a surgeon.
946Paging Dr. Feelgood. Your car's parked under an A-Bomb.
947You can usually find a few stimpacks in a place like this.
948If you're not careful Carrington will send you to places like this. Looking for aceda-whozit-whatzit.
949Tinker Tom would have a field day here.
950Who knows what atrocities they dreamed up here.
951It's time for science. Yay.
952There's got to be some lab somewhere that was working to, you know, help people. I haven't found it yet.
953Train stations make good hidey holes.
954Back in the day, places like this would've been completely packed. Hard to imagine so many people.
955All aboard. Rad roach station.
956Trains. Everyone likes trains, right?
957Choo choo. That's what they sounded like, right?
958Military bases can be dangerous but well worth the risk.
959All the fighting, all the training, and did any of it matter?
960I was a soldier once. Way back west. I'll tell you about it some day.
961A whole country. Unified. Fighting together. Crazy stuff.
962Heads up. Military sites almost always got baddies.
963Can't you just feel the history? Feels sandy to me.
964Another monument. Neat.
965All these monuments around. Boston must've been real important. Or thought it was, at least.
966What did people do here? PAM once tried telling me and I still have no idea.
967What the hell's a TPS report anyway?
968Desperation, petty politics, and watercoolers. Joy.
969So people seriously spent 9-10 hours a day in places like this?
970Offices usually are kind of lacking on salvage. Every now and then you get lucky, though.
971Now we just need a picnic basket.
972Open space. Fun.
973Maybe we should get some mirelurk steaks, Nuka-Cola, Fancy Lads, and have a cookout.
974Must've been nice to hang out here without worrying about being sniped.
975Do we have to enter the big open spaces? Should I just wear my Bullseye jacket to make it easier for them?
976Look at all that rock.
977Is now a good time to mention I don't like heights. Getting near the edge around here. Ahh.
978Maybe we should stay away from the ledges here? That'd be good.
979This is my element. Civilization.
980If we find people just act like you belong. Works for me.
981So many little towns all over the place. There must've been thousands of people that lived in the Commonwealth back then.
982We come across anyone, remember, you do the talking. I can be your mute friend "Dingo."
983I was raised just over there. True story. Lots of fond memories over there by that... uh, thing. Yeah.
984This is more like it. Limited site lines, debris. Easy to lose yourself here.
985One day we'll take back this city.
986Maybe I should change my outfit. I want to be wearing my Sunday best if we meet people, after all.
987Plenty of good places to go around here. The city's full of people.
988You know, I happen to be in possession of the deed to a bridge around here. I'll make you a great deal for it.
989So much junk. So many possibilities.
990It's a scavvers paradise here.
991Remember, fill your pockets with all the goodies. Then we can slowly crawl out. Good times.
992So, what did we learn in school today, Timmy? "Nuclear war sucks."
993So teachers, all they did was teach, right? They didn't farm or run shops or run guns on the side? Wow.
994I've read a few textbooks. Did everyone seriously learn calculus back then? Were you guys planning for an invasion of math-letes?
995Ah, another kiddie prison. 13 year sentences for everyone.
996Yo ho, ho, right?
997Mirelurks and raiders favor hunks of junk like this.
998After we beat the Institute and free all the synths, we need to take to the seas in an epic adventure. You can have the cool hat.
999So people used to take tubs like this into the ocean? Crazy.
1000Oh, hello itty bitty world. I feel sick.
1001You know, the ground's a pretty sensible place to be. Right?
1002Why'd they make this place so tall?
1003And people lived up here? Were they nuts?
1004Let's see his selection.
1005I call dibs on any hats. I love a good hat.
1006We have a few "friends" that own shops. Good luck getting a discount, though.
1007Ooh, sale.
1008See anything cool?
1009Deep underground, far away from the Watcher's, uh, watching eyes.
1010Every base we've had has been deep underground. PAM says its safer that way.
1011Another fabulous warehouse. Exciting.
1012In a pinch, you can crash in a warehouse for a night.
1013Not a bad place for a rendezvous.
1014Boxes, boxes, everywhere.
1015So much junk.
1016This is nice. True, the water's irradiated and there's probably 'lurks everywhere. But still nice.
1017You got a surf board?
1018At one time, Tinker hatched a plan to ship synths overseas. For some reason, we went with plan B.
1019This must've been a hell of a place to vacation back in the day.
1020Watch out for Mirelurks in the water. They can sneak up on you.
1021You came from one of these, right?
1022I grew up in a Vault. I was a morale officer. How am I doing, boss?
1023Rumor is Vault-Tec was running experiments on their residents. That'll get you some customer satisfaction.
1024Alright, Vault's are now my new favorite place.
1025It's hard not to feel safe here. Thick door, buried forever. The Institute, who?
1026You ever wonder if, right now, we're living in our glory days.
1027What do friends do together these days, anyway? Poker? Camp fires? Mani petis?
1028A stealth boy, my best pal, and a world full of danger... This is the good life.
1029Can you ever truly escape your past? God, I hope so.
1030I'm new to this "friends" thing. There's perks right? Like, can I take out a loan? Say, 100,000 caps. I'll get it back to you. Promise.
1031Shaun is out there. And together we'll find him. That's a promise.
1032Did I have you going about being a synth? You'd be amazed at how many people fall for that.
1033Since we're a team, you think we could use a code name? Red Orchard? Or... Code Violet? Or... the Death Bunnies. That'll confuse them.
1034Hey, I could be a synth. I could be the best damn synth that ever synthed.
1035The open road isn't as bad with a buddy.
1036You should've seen the Railroad before the Switchboard. We had triple the agents we have now. We'll get there again.
1037So, obviously I'm not going to risk my life for a... radio. But a Gen 1? Or Gen 2? Where to draw the line, huh?
1038I'm used to running my ops solo. But this isn't too bad.
1039I like the way you look out for your fellow man. A lot of people would take the easy way out.
1040Don't ever let your guard down. When you do, inevitably that's when everything goes to hell.
1041Instinct is a powerful tool in our business. Rely on it, train it up. It'll save your life. Promise.
1042I've had this mug for too long. Might be time for a new face.
1043Please, you do the talking. If I pick anything up, I'll let you know afterwards.
1044The Commonwealth can be the enemy just as much as the Institute. We've lost plenty of synths to hate mongers.
1045I never really much cared for the Minutemen. The idea sounds great. But you give small men big power and sometimes you'll pay for it.
1046Keep your eye out for Rail Signs. Besides the goodie bags tourists and agents have left valuable intel.
1047A lot of our people help us once, maybe twice a month. If that. You've jumped right into the deep end.
1048This partnering up. It's weird. Sometimes I just want to pop a Stealth Boy and bug out. Not really an option now.
1049I wish Dez would green light the occasional mission to help out humans. Sometimes just a little bit of help goes a long way.
1050You know, sometimes you really get on my nerves.
1051Maybe you should take someone else out next time. I think Glory would like traveling with you.
1052Some of these missions would be a lot easier by myself.
1053Every time an innocent gets caught in a crossfire, the Railroad's job gets that much tougher.
1054You know, if you helped people more you'd be a potent force for good out there.
1055You Pre-War types really did a number on the place. Hats off.
1056Ever wish you just hit the snooze button instead of thawing out to this?
1057There's too few good men left. The Commonwealth just chews them up and spits them out.
1058{Mumbling to himself} Sometimes the cure is worse than the disease.
1059{Controlling anger} My initial estimation of you was off. Way off.
1060The Railroad accepts all types. Even people like you.
1061The company I keep sometimes.
1062You don't really need me, right? I'd love to go solo.
1063I didn't think anyone would get on my nerves more than Glory.
1064You're just feeding our enemies ammunition in their PR campaign against us.
1065You ever hear of the Golden Rule? Didn't think so.
1066So many mistakes...
1067C'mon, sun. You can't stay up forever.
1068Ah, the cover of night. My dear friend.
1069Night time is the only time I feel I can breathe easy.
1070Keep an eye to the sky. Never know when the Watchers are around.
1071All this sunlight. I just feel exposed.
1072The sun's coming. Keep an eye out for the Watchers. Party time's over.
1073You know what, rain gets a bad rap. It's not so bad. Now, mud on the otherhand...
1074Did I ever tell you about the time I was in Capital Wasteland? Now there's a tale.
1075I'm thinking next time I go to town I'll dress up as a Mr. Handy. If I pull that off I'll be a legend.
1076If we take out the Institute someday, I wonder what we'd do. Hell, synths got it bad enough even without them. It'd keep us busy.
1077I'm in the mood for... some Blamco Mac n' Cheese. Or maybe mirelurk steaks with salsa. Mmmm.
1078The Brotherhood. In Capital Wasteland, they really weren't bad. But now.
1079I really want to know how the Big One started. What idiot fired first? Why? What the hell did they think they'd gain?
1080The big three for predicting people: caps, beliefs, and ego. Get a handle on what's driving someone and you know where you stand.
1081I'm convincing the next raw recruit I'm actually President Eden. Think I can pull it off?
1082You really like to wander, don't you? I've seen more of the 'Wealth with you than I have in the rest of my years combined.
1083The way you just walk right out in the open. It's a wonder you're head hasn't been blown off by a sniper. Just saying.
1084You getting the hang of the Railroad yet? We're one big dysfunctional family. With guns.
1085Sometimes it's hard to take Dez seriously. I remember her when she was a green recruit.
1086I'm a sucker for those Old World books. It must've been something living back then.
1087One time, I got a face change and was a girl for a few months. You should've seen the looks back at HQ.
1088One day the Railroad's number will be up. I thought that day had come at the Switchboard. I can't shake the feeling we're living on borrowed time.
1089000BDE27With you overloaded and all, let me take this chance to read my unabridged copy of "War and Peace" at you.
1090How can you even walk like that?
1091I could, I guess, carry some of that for you.
1092Are you trying to impress someone? C'mon, drop some of that.
1093I'm surprised you can even walk with all that.
1094000BBDFAYou might want to cover up. Or not.
1095Your fashion choice there, that takes some chutzpah.
1096Seriously, you're not cold?
1097000BBDF9What we building today?
1098Can you build me a mansion? Casa del Deacon.
1099You've got a real knack for construction.
1100000BBDF8That right there is what we in the business call a land mine. Ouch.
1101It generally works better if you avoid those.
1102Who doesn't like mines, right?
1103000BBDF7C'mon in, the water's glowing.
1104Yay. Slime.
1105Let's get the dog paddling over with.
1106000BBDF6Nice moves there.
1107000BBDF5Find anything interesting?
1108As long as you don't get caught, game on, my friend.
1109I've been known to peek in a few pockets. From time to time.
1110Whatcha find?
1111Don't get too greedy or you'll get caught.
1112000BBDF4Hey, take what the market'll bear, right?
1113You think they'd pay more?
1114I'd call it there. I'm not sure if we're going to get more.
1115Take them for all they're worth.
1116Ask for a pony, too. That would be cool.
1117000BBDF3So the next beer's on you, right?
1118Keep racking up your bank account and I might need to teach you a little game I call "poker."
1119Not a bad payout.
1120It's refreshing getting paid. The stoic attaboys from Dez, really not as much fun.
1121Cha-Ching.
1122You ever want to fill a bathtub with caps?
1123000BBDF2I'm a fan of Grognak myself. What will that wacky barbarian do next?
1124Any good?
1125That issue's one of my favorites.
1126000BBDF1It's Rad Away time.
1127Check in with Carrington. The bastard will charge you for it, but he can decontaminate you.
1128Rad sickness. That's a good look.
1129000BBDF0You know that staticky sound. It means we should get the hell out of here.
1130Ahh, radiation, you unbelievable bastard.
1131That's not a good sound. Let's move it.
1132We're sucking up rads here.
1133Unless you want me to stick you on top of the Railroad's christmas tree, let's go.
1134Great. I didn't need to have more children.
1135000BBDEFOh. Can you move?
1136Oh, that doesn't look good.
1137Did it hit an artery?
1138000BBDEEShit. You OK in there?
1139Woah. I thought I lost you there.
1140Goddamned headshots.
1141000BBDEDOh, that's got to hurt.
1142Your arm OK?
1143Eww... That's got to sting.
1144000BBDECNow things are getting interesting.
1145You're pretty handy with that bobby pin.
1146000BBDEBWith skills like that, remind me to show you a couple places.
1147That is some precision picking there.
1148Take that, lock.
1149Now I'm feeling all sorts of uncomfortable about my locker back at HQ.
1150No lock will stand before us.
1151000BBDEAYou didn't just do that? Are you insane?
1152Is there something wrong with you?
1153Those people weren't hurting anyone.
1154000BBDE9You can do that? You got to tinker with my guns next.
1155That was some fine work there. It even looks deadlier.
1156I could spend hours fiddling with my gun like that. It could save your life.
1157000BBDE8That'll add some extra oomph to your armor.
1158Hey, the more firepower you can absorb the better.
1159Fixing up your armor's always a wise investment.
1160000BBDE7I love Old World widgets. Worth a fair amount, too.
1161000BBDE6I don't know if even a scavver would take that.
1162You might want to focus on the valuable salvage. You'll break your back carrying worthless scrap.
1163That's not even worth picking up, boss.
1164000BBDE5Whew. Now that's impressive.
1165000BBDE4Ahh, the time honored tradition of looting.
1166You might want to wipe off the blood on anything you find there.
1167We could always use some more ammo.
1168You're really thorough, you know that?
1169Anything interesting on 'em?
1170Whenever you're done corpse squatting, I'm good to go.
1171000BBDE3I can't believe you survived that jump. You got thrill issues.
1172000BBDE2Aww, who's a good doggy?
1173Glad you're taking care of the mutt.
1174Nothing sadder than a hurt dog. Thanks, pal.
1175000BBDE1That... feels... better. Thanks, pal.
1176That'll fix me right up.
1177Better living through chemistry.
1178000BBDE0That looks technical.
1179I never had the patience to much around with terminals.
1180You done with that yet?
1181Try "1234." That's hacking gold, there.
1182You and Tinker Tom should compare notes.
1183Ahh, terminals. It's like the Old World flipping us off all over again.
1184000BBDDFYeah. Heights. This'll be "fun."
1185You know, there's a lot to be said about good old terra firma, right? Right?
1186This thing is safe, right?
1187000BBDDENow there's a fashion statement.
1188I guess subtlety just went out the window.
1189My, how armored you look.
1190000BBDDDHey, boss, you mean to drop that?
1191Pass it my way, I happen to like caps.
1192You know that's worth something, right?
1193000BBDDCEverything looks better at the bottom of a glass, right?
1194I've been known to partake of that, myself.
1195That'll take the edge off.
1196000BBDDBYou know you can write that off as a tax deduction?
1197Nice thought. Hope we don't wind up needing it, though.
1198Ahem. If you're giving stuff away, you know, there's a few things I'd like. A jumbo jet, a solid gold machinegun, my own talk radio station.
1199000BBDDAHey, puppy's not looking good.
1200Help the mutt.
1201Hang in there, Dogmeat.
1202000BBDD9Easy, tiger. Not everything needs to be shot up.
1203How Wild West of you.
1204And we're shooting at what exactly?
1205000BBDD5You may want to go easy on that.
1206Didn't they have those PSAs back in the day? About drugs and the wacky awesome lifestyle they promote?
1207Now, isn't that just fun to watch. Feeling peppy now?
1208000BBDD4Been partying a little hard, have we? Might want to lay off.
1209There was a time I was on a first name basis with chems. It's better to kiss them goodbye, trust me.
1210I hope your little habit doesn't interfere with things. Right?
1211000BBDD3Shocker. Another fight. Didn't see that coming.
1212Hello, hammer, you know there's another solution to those pesky nails, right?
1213And time for people to bleed. Great.
1214000BBDD1Door A: certain bloody death. Door B: everyone still breathes. You'd think door B would win every now and then.
1215Well, you tried. Can't blame you for that.
1216And here I thought I was getting out of one more bloodbath. Surprise.
1217000BBDD0Well, I'll be. We're not going to leave a trail of corpses. Great.
1218And here I was wearing my ass-kicking boots. Oh well.
1219Situation resolved and no one's lying in a pool of blood. Don't tell Glory.
1220000BBDCFNow doesn't that just give me the warm fuzzies.
1221Going for the whole "hearts and minds" bit?
1222That's so sweet it hurts.
1223000BBDCEPeople got a long memory for being wronged. Just saying.
1224So, it's big stick time?
1225Might makes right, you think?
122600204817Let's see what I got in my pockets.
1227Loading up or loading off?
1228What's mine is yours, pal.
122900085746So here we are. Just soaking in the moment. Nice.
1230Awkward silence or quality time? You be the judge.
1231Formulate that response. Lives are depending on it. Well, not really.
1232So... you watch the game last night?
1233I know I'm not that boring. Right? Don't leave me hanging.
1234Now let's practice our 1000 yard stares.
1235I like to fill long silences like this with my poetic musings.
1236Maybe being on ice that long knocked a few of your marbles around? No offense.
1237This meditation break brought to you by Hubris Comics.

COMDeaconTalkEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1238COMDeaconTalk_Relationship001A2B03{Banter with Deacon's best friend / Happy} We're great. We're fricking fantastic. Songs will be written about our sheer awesome-osity.A2a
1239{Banter with Deacon's best friend, acts suspicious at the beginning / Happy} Why do you ask? You know something I don't? *chuckle* Naw, we're golden.A3a
1240{Banter with Deacon's best friend / Happy} The load always seems a little lighter, the steps a little quicker, when you're with your friend. We're good.A4a
1241{Banter with Deacon's best friend / Amused} You don't ever have to ask. We're thick as thieves, my friend.A5a
1242{Banter with Deacon's best friend / Happy} Always happy to spend some time with my friend. Even when the grenades and bullets are flying. Which happens an awful lot.A6a
1243001A2B02{You're talking to a good friend. / Amused} Not used to traveling with a partner. But, I'm definitely liking it. Hope you are, too.A2a
1244{You're talking to a good friend. / Friendly} Happy as hell. Sincerely glad you joined the Railroad. We can do a lot of good together.A3a
1245{You're talking to a good friend. / Friendly} If I knew partnering up was so much fun I would've done this ages ago.A4a
1246{You're talking to a good friend. / Amused} Last partner I had wound up going... well, a little insane. I think it was all my show tune medleys.A5a
1247So as long as you don't go clawing your eyes out, I think we're good.A5b
1248{You're talking to a good friend. / Amused} You and me are just fine. Not many people are in my good book. Well, it's more like a pamphlet, really.A6a
1249001A2B01{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} Just happy to get out and about. Gives me plenty of opportunities to do what I do.A2a
1250{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} We're fine. Kind of wish there was a little less violence around. But hey, that's the Commonwealth for you.A3a
1251{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} It's not boring traveling with you, I'll say that much.A4a
1252{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} So far, so good, right? I'm sure we'll have loads of fun soon.A5a
1253{You're talking to someone you have lukewarm feelings about. / Neutral} I'm used to flying solo. With an actual partner, there's a load of trouble we can get into.A6a
1254001A2B00{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} Let's just keep focused on the job, OK?A2a
1255{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} I don't really want to get into how I feel about you.A3a
1256{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} I kind of wish we helped a little more. People have got it bad enough.A4a
1257{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} Let's just keep this professional, OK?A5a
1258{You're talking to someone you're not a fan of. / Irritated} You want to know how we are? *sigh* Let's just keep moving.A6a
1259001A2AFF{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} Really? You wonder how we are? I don't know, why don't you take a guess?A2a
1260{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} I don't want to get into it right now. So just shut up.A3a
1261{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} Leave me alone. I've got enough problems without you.A4a
1262{You're speaking to someone you hate. Deep irony. / Angry} Yeah, we're just great. Fantastic. That make you happy?A5a
1263{You're speaking to someone you hate. / Angry} With "friends" like you, the Railroad doesn't need enemies.A6a
1264COMDeaconTalk_Talk001AB935Player Default: We should go our separate ways.Well, all good things must end. But as soon as you take care of whatever you're taking care of, come grab me.X2a
1265Hearing about things on the sideline isn't my style.X2b
1266Player Default: We should go our separate ways.I hate to break up a winning combination. Ah well, come grab me if you need me.X3a
1267Player Default: We should go our separate ways.Been nice traveling with you. I'm sure I'll see you again. I'm like a bad penny, I'll keep turning up.X4a
1268Player Default: We should go our separate ways.Probably just as well. I got a lot on my plate. If you really need me, well, come find me.X5a
1269001A2AFE{Hates the player} Yeah, yeah. What is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1270{Hates the player - trying to disguise it} Keep it quick, OK?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1271{Hates the player - trying to disguise it} You called?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1272{Hates the player - trying to disguise it} Say what you got to say.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1273{Hates the player - trying to disguise it} What is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1274{Dislikes the player - concealing it a little, ironic} I do so love these little chats.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1275{Dislikes the player - concealing it a little} What now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1276{Dislikes the player - concealing it a little} Do you need something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1277{Dislikes the player - concealing it a little} What's up?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1278{Dislikes the player - concealing it a little} Great. What is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1279{Mildly friendly} That's me. What's up?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1280{Mildly friendly} What's on your mind?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1281{Mildly friendly} What you want to talk about?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1282{Mildly friendly, player just said your name} In the flesh.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1283{Mildly friendly} What's going on?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1284{Friendly, joking} That's my name. Don't wear it out.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1285{Friendly} What can I do you for?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1286{Friendly} Happy to talk. What's up?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1287{Friendly} Yeah, boss, what is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1288{Friendly} How can I help?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1289{Best friend} Yeah, buddy, what is up?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1290{Best friend} If it isn't the Railroad's secret weapon. Whatcha need?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1291{Best friend} Anything for you, pal.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1292{Best friend, amused with himself} Ready and willing to converse.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1293{Best friend} What's going on?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A

COMQuestCommentaryEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1300-0021B0D2{Solemn / Amused} Valentine's not a bad guy to owe you a favor. Hopefully we can cash it in to find your boy.
1301{Intense - this is a big deal to Deacon / Happy} If the dog can find him, we'll get what we need from Kellogg. Promise.
1302{Vindictive / Confident} We always knew someone was coordinating the Institute's efforts to find the Railroad. Glad we ended the bastard.
1303{Nervous, "i got a bad feeling about this" / Impressed} Back in Capital Wasteland the Brotherhood was a force to be reckoned with. But them plus a giant airship...
1304{A little unsteady, concerned / Concerned} You OK, boss? You're still you, right? You never know, Amari can really do a number on people's noggins.
1305{Tongue-in-cheek, with some real wonder / Impressed} An actual Institute scientist. Albeit, a huge ugly green one. Beggars can't be choosers, I guess.
1306{Urgent / Concerned} Desdemona would kill to have that chip, boss. We need to get it to the Railroad.
1307{A little nervous, masking it with a joke / Impressed} You'll be fine, boss. Tinker Tom's devices usually work. If not, uh, can I have your stuff?
1308{Genuinely relieved / Relieved} Yes! You made it to the Institute and back in one living, breathing peace. And I'm 100 caps richer. Drummer Boy's going to be so pissed.
1309{A little stunned} I can't believe the Brotherhood found us. Thank god you warned everyone in time.
1310{Disbelief, trying to be comical at the end} This is actually happening. Us, we're attacking the Institute? Are we nuts?
1311{Cautionary} Danse seems like a stand up guy. But trust me, not all of the Brotherhood's people you want to meet.
1312{I've got a bad feeling about this} I hope we just didn't do a very bad thing. The Brotherhood's history isn't always pretty.
1313{Cautionary} I hope you know what you're doing, boss. Some of our friends might have some strong... thoughts about the Brotherhood.
1314{Approving} No matter who you're working for, ops like this are good all around.
1315{Very serious} I think we've helped the Brotherhood enough, boss. If they get Liberty Prime operational...
1316{Contempt} See? This is what the Brotherhood's really about.
1317{Bone weary cynicism} Another good man killed because of blind prejudice. Will we ever learn.
1318{Bitter} I think Danse is better off without these assholes.
1319{Firm ultimatum} Point of no return, boss. You get the Brotherhood that part and there will be serious, unavoidable consequences.
1320{All sorts of irony, muttery} So I get to reclaim myself a synth. Desdemona's going to be thrilled with this. But, hey, we got to sell our cover, right?
1321{Wry, muttered to player} Isn't infiltration fun? Think too hard and it'll make your head spin.
1322{Vindictive} I've been looking forward to kicking the Brotherhood's teeth in. I owe them.
1323{Full of irony} Sure, work with the Institute. It'll be great. There's no way that could go wrong.
1324{Banter} Liked your PSA about the great and powerful Institute. You should be a DJ.
1325{Heebie-jeebies} *shudder* Deathclaws. That could've gone very, very badly.
1326{Sarcastic, not sure if he means it} All right, I admit it. Kind of getting the chills here. Taking back Castle for the Minutemen would be pretty cool.
1327{Bravado} Those mirelurks didn't stand a chance. Whose ready for an epic clam bake?
1328{Just fought Godzilla, seriously coming off the adrenaline} Did you see that? With the claws? And the... size? I'm definitely going to need a change of clothes.
1329{Skeptical} It's been a lot of years. Who knows if there's anything in the armory any more.
1330{Gossip} Well, Shaw was right. Who knew the Minutemen had such fun toys?
1331{Impressed} All right, the Railroad's got to get some of that. I'd love to rain down some destruction on the Institute.
1332{Introspective, awe-struck / Thinking} Not many people get to be here. Living history as its written. For the first time possibly ever the Commonwealth's got a blank page to write.
1333{Solemn} Thanks to you.

DialogueAbernathyFarmEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1335DialogueAbernathyFarmBlakeScene0016A716Player Default: There's nothing worse than losing a child. Believe me, I know.An all-too-common tale in the Commonwealth, I'm afraid.Blake: I'm sorry to hear you say so.A5a
13360016A715Player Default: If your daughter was that stupid, she got what she deserved.Great. Just great.Blake: You're a real son of a bitch, aren't you?B6a

DialogueDiamondCityEdit

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1337MoeGreetSceneBaseball0200169BFEPlayer Default: It was America's pasttime. A sport that united families on warm summer days. And it wasn't violent. Mostly.And here I thought it was an excuse to get drunk on a week day.Moe: ... I like my version better.A9a
133800169BFDPlayer Default: The teams would also beat the spectators to death. That's how the term "spectator sport" got started.And don't even ask about the umpire. That thing gives me nightmares.Moe: ... I like my version better.B10a
133900169BFCPlayer Default: There were balls, strikes, three bases, and home runs. You kept score by how many runners made it to home plate.Of all the things you could say, you went with that.Moe: ... I like my version better.X9a
134008MayorIntroScene2a00169C0APlayer Default: Always believed in freedom of the press.How constitutional of you.Mayor: Oh, I didn't mean to bring you into this argument, good sir. No no no... You look like Diamond City material.A5a
134100169C09Player Default: Newspapers just like to stir up trouble.{agreeing with the player / Happy} I hear that. Keep me out of the front pages, thank you.Mayor: Oh, I didn't mean to bring you into this argument, good sir. No no no... You look like Diamond City material.B6a

DialogueGoodneighborEdit

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1342HancockGreetScene0200169BEDPlayer Default: Junkie. You could've gotten yourself killed.If he died, at least he would've gone out with a bang.Hancock: I like to think of Death as the ultimate drug trip. When it happens, I'll be too busy enjoying it to have regrets.B3a
134300169BECPlayer Default: All that chem use definitely prepared you for a career in politics...I'd vote for him.Hancock: People respect me because I don't put myself above them, all right? I sling and shoot up just like the next guy.X2a
1344MagnoliaGreetScene0016A397Player Default: I'm not a big fan of jazz.Me, neither. But a polka on the other hand...Magnolia: Shame... but that's all I ever sing here. Goodneighbor inspires a certain kind of music.B2a
1345VaultTecGhoulGreetScene0400169BEAVaultTecGhoul: Okay. I'll head over there right now. You promise you'll come visit, right? I'll see you there!Sure, when you want to take in a stray - we do it. And when I want my own pet Deathclaw named "Fluffy" it's all, "No!"A3a

DialogueGoodneighborGenericNPCsEdit

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1346-0003459B{there was a nuclear explosion at an old university campus} You see that big explosion? Over at CIT? They say that's where the Institute got started...
1347{you just saw the Brotherhood Airship explode in the sky about an hour ago / Impressed} Now that was some fireworks show! Teach those Brotherhood bastards not to step into this Commonwealth...
1348{Brotherhood of Steel just showed up in a big airship announcing they come in peace} Whoever this Brotherhood of Steel is, I'm not buying that "we come in peace" malarkey.
1349{player is wearing the Silver Shroud outfit} That a Silver Shroud costume? Hey, uh, no judgments, but ain't that a kids' show?
1350{Puzzled} What? Another one of you mercs looking for MacCready? He's in the backroom.
1351{in a bar, listening to a jazz singer} God, I love this song...
1352{player is wearing power armor, emphasize "that" and "armor"} Whoa. Now that is some armor. Check out those hydraulics...
1353Vault suit, huh? Hell yeah.
1354{in a bar, listening to a jazz singer} Magnolia can really sing. Only reason I come here. That, and to get wasted.
1355Looks like we got another freak just won't fit anywhere else.
1356Buddy, I need to be a lot more high or a lot more drunk to be bothered right now.
1357Lady, I need to be a lot more high or a lot more drunk to be bothered right now.
1358{sarcastic, player is wearing the Silver Shroud costume} Hey, Silver Shroud. Come on, tell me your secret identity. I won't tell anyone. He he.
1359Sweet Pip-Boy, brother. You hold onto that.
1360Sweet Pip-Boy, sister. You hold onto that.
1361Running from something? Welcome home.
1362{Kill or Be Killed is a local weapon store} Ever been to Kill or Be Killed? Some fine looking weapons.
1363Hell of a load you're carrying. Better sell some to Daisy before someone swipes it.
1364Need a place to stay? Try Hotel Rexford.
1365What, you need somethin' to take the edge off? Fred Allen. Hotel Rexford. He'll hook you up.
1366What, you dry? Head over to The Third Rail.
1367Better keep your iron strapped on. Friendly advice.
1368You step through the gate, you got balls.
1369You're blocking my light, man. Heh heh heh.
1370You're blocking my light, doll. Heh heh heh.
1371Smell that? That's freedom.
1372Stay free, man.
1373Stay free, sister.
1374Huh? Don't have no handouts.
1375Peace, sister.
1376Peace, brother.
1377Hey.
1378Yeah?

DialogueGoodneighborHancockSpeechEdit

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1379HancockSpeechScene00111EFBTriggerman01: *laughter**laughter*Hancock: All right, all right. We're getting off track. What was I saying?A1a
138000111EECHancock: What kind of twisted, un-neighborly boogeyman would want to hurt our peaceful community?The Institute and their synths!Hancock: That's right! Who said that? Come on up to my office, later. You've earned yourself some Jet.A1a
138100111EE2Hancock: Now who's scared of the Institute?{shouting in unison} Not us!Hancock: And which town in the Commonwealth should the Institute not fuck with?A1a
138200111ED8Hancock: And which town in the Commonwealth should the Institute not fuck with?{shouting in unison} Goodneighbor!Hancock: And who's in charge of Goodneighbor?A1a
138300111ECFHancock: And who's in charge of Goodneighbor?{shouting in unison} Hancock!Hancock: Of the people! For the people!A1a
138400111EC6Triggerman01: Of the people! For the people!{shouting in unison} Of the people! For the people!A1a
1385-00111EC1{under your breathe} Hancock knows what's what. Always does...
1386{under your breathe} Always get a charge when Hancock gives a speech...
1387{under your breathe} Hancock's one of us. That's why he's in charge...

DialogueGraygardenEdit

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1388DialogueGraygardenIntro0016C43FPlayer Default: That's pretty ingenious. I bet you can work around the clock.Which is not creepy at all.SupervisorWhite: Of course, darling. Our unique hierarchy allows for constant operation.A5a
13890016C43EPlayer Default: Robots can do simple tasks, sure, but you need a human being to make the big decisions.Or at least a sane decision. No offense, but some robots these days... are really colorful.SupervisorWhite: Ah, but that's where Graygarden is unique, darling.B6a
13900016C43BSupervisorWhite: Perhaps you've noticed that I possess a rather singular personality, as do the other supervisors.Real personalities or just clever programming. Kind of the age old dilemma in my line of work.Player Default: Well, it's definitely unique. Sort of hard to miss.A5a

DialogueRailroadEdit

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1391DeaconReactsToCourserChip0018ADF7{Excited, real pivotal moment} With that Courser chip and what Virgil told you...A1a
1392{Getting more excited} Oh man. You have to take it to Desdemona. This could be huge.A1b
1393-0008A811I got all day if you do.
1394Appreciating the moment really is a lost art.
1395You still there?
13960005BD1AAnd here I was thinking we'd become pen pals.
1397Hey.
1398What's up?
1399What a day, huh?
1400Welcome to the, uh, Great Green Jewel. You'll totally love it here.
1401Sure love trading here. For trade stuff.
1402Everyone's welcome in Goodneighbor. Even me.
1403Don't you have, like, important things to do?
1404Nothing more to say.

DialogueRailroadLiamFuneralEdit

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1405-0015331C{Respectful, offering solace to the grieving} All too often the hero doesn't get to live in the future he builds.

DialogueWarwickHomesteadEdit

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1406DialogueWarwickHomesteadIntro0016C44CPlayer Default: No wonder your crops are doing so well.But boy... that smell. But Warwick's food is some of the best.Roger: Yeah, they really are.A5a
14070016C44BPlayer Default: I don't care how fertile the soil is, this place reeks.Ditto on that count.Roger: Yeah, but you get used to it.B4a

DN019JoinCultEdit

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1408DN019JoinCultEmogene0016A0A5Player Default: I'm a friend of the family. Maybe I can talk some sense into her.Yeah, we go way back. You know, from the party about the thing. Oh the stories we could tell.CultLeader: Look... truth is, we had a little, uh, disagreement about her joining the movement. She got kind of violent.A5a
14090016A0A4Player Default: I killed the last guy who was running this scam. In case that matters to you.So that's our play? Got it.CultLeader: Uh, good to know. Let me just unlock the door for you, okay?B6a
1410DN019JoinCultEmogeneBribe0016A0A1Moves like that will keep both of us alive a lot longer.CultLeader: Well, that's different.A6a
1411DN019JoinCultOfficeGaveItems0016A0A0Please tell me you're working an angle here.Player Default: "I deserve a better life. A better life is coming. A better life is almost here."A6a
1412DN019JoinCultOfficeScene0016A09FCultLeader: Just go ahead and give me everything you own, and I'll initiate you as a first level Pillar of the Community.Yeah, right. Like that'll work.Player Default: Here, this is everything I have.A6a

DN036Edit

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1413DN036_Main0010E0BAPlayer Default: They've got something they use to control us, to make us do things we don't want to do.{Gets more uncertain as he talks / Thinking} I'm pretty sure Synth infiltrators know they're Synths. Well, probably.Phyllis: Any second now they might send some signal, or I'll see the color orange, or whatever it is they do and BOOM.A6a

FFDiamondCityEdit

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1415FFDiamondCity08GiveNukaScene0016A3B4Player Default: Here you go.Smile for the cameras, Sheffield. This ought to be a commercial.Sheffield: *gasp* Oh thank you! Thank you!A6a
14160016A3B2Player Default: Drink. Some. Water.*laugh* I knew there was a reason I'm traveling with you.Sheffield: Nuka-Cola...So thirsty...*whimpering*X6a
1417FFDiamondCity10_021_Companion0017CF49For what it's worth, you can never trust a synth infiltrator. They've been specially designed to fool everyone.Companion: Next time you're thinkin' of lettin' someone off the hook, ask them to pay up first. You missed a golden opportunity.A6a
14180017CF48True, the Mayor's a synth. But letting him go...Companion: Well, scratch one wolf in sheep's clothin'. I guess we're done here.A5a
14190017CF47Institute infiltrators are bad news. It's probably better he's gone.A5a

FollowersEdit

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1420-0002AE64Can do. I got some errands to take care of. Meet you back at base.
1421Until we meet again, pal.
1422But I was using you as my excuse to get out of paperwork. Fine, I'll be back at base.
14230002AE63How close we talking about? Do you just want a hug?
1424Being so close, well, let's just say I work better from the shadows.
1425Close range, I guess.
14260002AE62Medium range, then.
1427Sure, medium range works for me.
1428If you wanted me any closer that'd make me nervous.
14290002AE61I like working from long range.
1430Hey, if you want me at extreme range, no arguments here.
1431Good idea. From far off, the bad guys may not even spot me.
14320002AE60If any hostiles get near, I'll say, "Hi."
1433In the wild, a shoot first attitude is a good precaution.
1434Right. Time for me to get aggressive. Rawr. That sounded threatening, right?
14350002AE5FIf anyone tags you, I'll help out.
1436I'm a bodyguard, then? Cool. I'll work on glowering.
1437Defense works for me.
14380002AE50Look alive. Bad guys incoming.
1439Look out!
1440Woah, we got hostiles.
14410002AE4FFun times incoming.
1442I got your back.
1443To hell with that, I'm coming.

Inst301Edit

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1444Inst301BranchBossExtort0016C443Player Default: You have my word. Give me you what you've got, and we'll leave.This guys no angel, but given the alternative...SynthBoss: The password to get into the stash is "Mad Orca".A6a
14450016C442Player Default: Hell no. I'll think just take what I want.Just consider it a donation to the You-Get-To-Keep-Your-Sorry-Hide Foundation.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.B5a
14460016C441Player Default: On second thought, nah.Here comes the fireworks.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.X6a
1447Inst301SceneX6GivesResetCode0016C447Player Default: Good, I'd like to avoid any unnecessary violence.Boss, you do remember about our friends... And what they might say. Right?X6: Well, he might not be alone up there. Violence might be inevitable.A6a
14480016C446Player Default: I'm not going to destroy this man's identity and free will. Killing him would be more humane.Abso-fucking-lutely.X6: He's not a man, sir, he's a synth. A synth that's confused and dangerous.B6a
14490016C445Player Default: Jesus, what a mouthful.I don't know. It kind of rolls off the tongue. "Gamma-7-1-eggsalad."X6: Then talk fast, sir. Just make sure you get it right.X4a
1450Inst301SceneX6Intro0016C448X6: I've already neutralized the perimeter guard. Just give the word, and we can start the assault on the main flotilla.I doubt you could keep up with us, trenchcoat. Best you stay on the bench.Player Default: Alright, let's go.A6a

Inst302Edit

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1451Inst302Stage40CourserScene001689C3Player Default: Remember, the synths are the primary objective. Harm must be avoided at all costs.This mission is going to be a lot of fun, Courser buddy.X418: Here are the recall codes. Follow me.A5a

Inst306Edit

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1452Inst306Stage20Desdemona001689BBPlayer Default: Of course I'm not going to go through with it. So how do I deal with it?Well, that's a relief.Desdemona: We'll deal with that later. We need to prepare for a Brotherhood assault.A6a
1453001689BAPlayer Default: I'm afraid you all have to die.Dez, this wasn't me. What. The. Fuck.Desdemona: Deacon vouched for you. I knew I shouldn't have trusted him. Or you. We're not going down without a fight.B6a
1454001689B9Player Default: You're alive, so what do you think?Go easy, Dez. This is a totally messed up situation.Desdemona: I don't have time for guessing games. And the Brotherhood could be here at any moment.X6a
1455001689B8Player Default: How do I deal with this, Desdemona?Yeah, kinda puts a crimp in infiltrating the Institute, doesn't it?Desdemona: Give me a straight answer first. Are you still on our side?Y4a

InstM01Edit

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1456InstM01CedricScene0016C435Player Default: I know you're in a tough situation here, but lives are at stake. Please help me.Working with us it the right call.Cedric: Bill isn't the only one who's afraid. People all over the Commonwealth are talking about this Institute.A5a
14570016C434Player Default: A man's life is at stake, and you're fishing for a bribe? You're pathetic.Sadly, that's the way the Commonwealth works.Cedric: Then I guess this conversation's over.B5a
14580016C433Player Default: If that what it takes, fine.Sometimes you got to grease some palms.Cedric: Well now, looks like I can help you after all.X4a
1459InstM01RogerSceneSuspect0016C436Roger: Now he's starting to work on my wife and kids, trying to turn them against me too.That's the peril of being a Synth out here. Constant fear of discovery.Player Default: They just need to be convinced Bill's wrong. That won't be hard.A5a

InstMassFusionEdit

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1460InstMassFusion_10_Roof0016F310AllieFilmore: Well, you were right. The Brotherhood sure is here. Guess we'll have to go through them.Well, this is going to be exciting.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.A5a
1461InstMassFusion_11_AgitatorMissing0016F30EAllieFilmore: No sign of the Agitator... We'll have to search the rest of the building.It'll be at the very bottom. They never keep the good stuff close to the entrance.A5a
1462InstMassFusion_13_PowerLoss0016F30AAllieFilmore: They cut the power to the elevators... It's clever, I'll give them that.Nah. Clever would've been cutting power when we're inside it.A5a
1463InstMassFusion_15_ViewReactor0016F307AllieFilmore: There's the reactor. Not a bad piece of work, for its time.Well, it looks pretty. I'll have to take your word on the rest.A5a
1464InstMassFusion_20_ElevatorToLobby0016F2F8AllieFilmore: These guys just don't know when they're beaten, do they?The Brotherhood's famously stubborn.AllieFilmore: I'll help the synths buy some time. Make sure you get back to the Institute with the Agitator!A5a

Min01Edit

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1465Min01PrestonOutroFinal0016A084Preston: 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.Man, he's really laying it on thick.Player Default: Okay. I'll do it.A6a
14660016A083Player Default: Okay. I'll do it.Just don't let it go to your head, boss.Preston: Good. Good! Welcome aboard. I feel like this is a whole new start for the Minutemen, and the Commonwealth, too.A6a
14670016A082Player Default: No. I'm not your savior. I have my own problems to deal with.We got a full plate and all. I'm sure you can understand.Preston: I get it. You can't take care of other people's problems when you're still overwhelmed by your own.B6a
1468Min01SturgesIntro0016A085Work? If I wanted steady work I would've stayed a teacher.Player Default: I'd be glad to help.A5a

Min02Edit

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1469Min02PrestonCastlePrebattle20016A08DPlayer Default: Let's not over-complicate this. Just get in there and hit them with everything we've got.Or as I like to call it, "Glory Standard Operating Procedure."PrestonGarvey: If you say so.A6a
14700016A08BPlayer Default: Let's hit them from both sides.Been reading your Sun Tzu, huh?PrestonGarvey: We'll split up and you can join which ever side you think needs the extra support.X6a
14710016A08APlayer Default: Set up a firing line and I'll draw them out.Oh no. My guess is you mean, "we'll draw them out". Yay.PrestonGarvey: Sounds good. We'll hold back and wait for them to come to us. Just don't get yourself trapped in there.Y6a
1472Min02PrestonCourtyard001776E9PrestonGarvey: Let's do this, General.I can't believe I'm doing this.A5a

Min03Edit

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1473Min03RonnieIntroBrawl0016A091Player Default: Easy. I just didn't know there were any other Minutemen out there.{Apologetic} Hey, everyone thought you guys were permanently out of the picture.RonnieShaw: Yeah, I did take a pretty long vacation after Joe died. Not surprised you never heard of me.A5a
14740016A090Player Default: I'd like to see you try.{SinisterSmile} Oh boy.RonnieShaw: This is going to be fun.B5a

MinDestBoSEdit

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1475MinDestBoSFiring0017A603PrestonGarvey: Good lord above. Almost makes you feel sorry for those poor bastards.You feel sorry for them, pal. I'll just roast some marshmallows.RonnieShaw: They had it coming. Should've never tried to lord it over the Commonwealth. That never ends well.A5a

MinVsInstEdit

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1476MinVsInstMinutemenStage30CitizenQuestion001689B7Player Default: The Institute wants the same things you do. We can find a way to work together.We got this covered, all right? Trust us.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.A5a
1477001689B6Player 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.So do the smart thing and stand down.MinutemenContact: Woah, look... I'm not trying to get everyone here killed, okay?B6a
1478001689B5Player 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.There's a lot of... delicate things at play here.MinutemenContact: You'd better be right. If you're not, that man's life is on your head.X5a
1479MinVsInstStage50EnricoScene001689C2Player Default: You're right, I suppose.{Overselling a lie, he's pretending to help the Institute} And we'll do whatever we can to help.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.A5a
1480001689C1Player Default: Look, I had the same intelligence reports as everyone else. No one saw this coming.Just own up to your part of the blame, pal.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.B5a

MQ106Edit

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1481MQ106_CompanionDogmeatScene00220FAF{Approving, amused - then turns business / Amused} That little mutt's going to put Nick out of business with that nose of his. Now for Kellogg.A4a
1482DogmeatLostTrail00169BCALooks like the mutt's on the right track.Companion: This Kellogg bloke certainly isn't makin' this easy, is he.A6a
148300169BC9That is, in the espionage business, what we call a clue.Companion: I'm gonna kill this Kellogg fella meself for makin' us walk all to hell and back lookin' for him...A5a
148400169BC8What do you got there, Dogmeat?Companion: I'm gonna hear that damn dog barkin' in me sleep.A5a
148500169BC7Kellogg means business. No surprise there.Companion: This better be the place. Getting' tired of playin' cat and mouse with Kellogg.A5a
148600169BC6Kellogg's close. Very close.A6a
1487Site04_RobotConversation000895CAJabberbot: Assailant route tracked. Pursuit possible to Northwest.We're still on track. Hopefully he's not much further.Dogmeat: (alert bark)A3a

MQ302RREdit

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1488-0016C083{Solemn, awed} It's been a long time since I've been here.
1489{Solemn, awed} Time to kick the Institute's ass.
1490{Solemn, awed} Decades worth of payback is about to come due.

MS01Edit

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1491MS01BillyOutOfFridge0016B9F1Player Default: Then let's go find your home.No arguments here, boss.Billy: Thanks. I live in Quincy. Or at least I used to. But I don't know how to get there.A5a
14920016B9F0Player Default: You'll have to figure out your own life.Aw, hell. I don't feel so good about this.Billy: I guess I'll just sit here until some monster comes and eats me.B6a
14930016B9EFPlayer Default: I hate to tell you this, but your parents are probably dead.It sucks, but it's probably true.Billy: Dead? You really think so?X6a

MS04Edit

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1494MS04_0100_Intro0016A804Player Default: Good on you for trying to make the world better.The goal's good at least...Kent: I just have to do something, you know?A4a
14950016A803Player Default: You know you're completely nuts, right?That's an understatement.Kent: Sadly, that's not the first time I've heard that.B1a
1496MS04_0500_2_AJ0016A808Player Default: Hand over the caps.So we line our pockets with human misery.AJ: Here. And don't show your face around here again.A4a
14970016A807Player Default: Stop selling to children, miscreant. Or face my wrath.It's about time someone stopped you.AJ: Screw you. Waste the freak.B5a
1498MS04_1300_SinjinConfrontation0016A800Player Default: Looks like it's my lucky day. Because I'm getting both of you.You really are putting your neck out for that whack job.A5a
14990016A7FFPlayer Default: Stop talking like that.Everyone thought he was a myth a legend. Wrong.SinjinRightHand: It is the Shroud. It really is. Screw this.B1a
15000016A7FEKent: He'd... He'd. Episode 23.Way to go, little buddy.Sinjin: *laugh* Enjoy the show, Kent. After I'm done with the Shroud, you're next.X5a
1501MS04_Comp_ActingLikeShroud0016A80BThat bit with the voice. Classic.A6a
1502MS04_Comp_PCisAssassin0016A80AThis whole thing just makes me feel dirty.A6a
1503MS04_Comp_PCKilledHostage0016A809Woah, I did not see that coming.A6a

MS05BEdit

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1504MS05B_ReturnEggToNest00168980{Puzzled} Remind me again why we're helping out the violent walking tanks?A6a

MS07aEdit

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1505004_MS07aCrockerScene020016963EPlayer Default: You made a mistake, but you can still do the right thing, doctor. Just think this through.Hey, all of us have made mistakes. Big ones, small ones. Don't make it worse here.DocCrocker: You're...you're right. There's one thing I can do. Only one thing's going to make this all better.A5a
15060016963DPlayer Default: Oh, screw this. Say "hi" to Earl for me.*sigh* On it.B3a
15070016963CPlayer Default: You've killed a man, doctor. You're going to pay for it. Put the gun down, and come with me.You won't get a better deal anywhere, pal.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!X5a
1508004b_MS07aCompanionInterjects0016963AYou can lead a horse to water, but sometimes they'll still shoot themselves in the head.Companion: Crocker got exactly what was comin' to him.A5a
150900169639Justice always leaves a sour taste in my mouth.A5a

MS09Edit

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1510MS09CabotHouseIntroJack0016A0A9Player Default: That's really interesting.Just to let you know, If he invites us to join his super-fun cult, I'm bugging out.Jack: I'm glad to hear you say that. It's become my life's work.A5a
15110016A0A8Player Default: You can believe whatever wacko theories you want, as long as I get paid.Let's just nod our heads and smile to the crazy person.Jack: Well if that's how you feel, I'll leave you to Edward. He'll be your immediate supervisor.B6a
15120016A0A6Player Default: You think aliens created human civilization?Oh, this is going to be good.Jack: Yes, if by "alien" you mean a non-human precursor to the commonly understood founding cultures -- Sumer, Egypt, Assyria.Y4a
1513MS09Mission2EmogeneAgeKnow0016A09EPlayer Default: I have a vial of that serum with me. Here, looks like you need it.Eternal life is over-rated. Just ask any ghoul.Emogene: How did you get that? Never mind, I'd rather not know. Thank you so very much.A7a
1514MS09ParsonsBossRoomLorenzoEscapes00187AD0Jack: You fool! Why didn't you do as I asked?Deacon interjectsA6a
1515MS09ParsonsCaptainScene10016A09DPlayer Default: Thanks for your help.We're the ones helping her. Sheesh.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Sure thing.A4a
15160016A09CPlayer Default: So you've just been waiting for me to show up to do something about those assholes?Yeah, who does that? Oh wait, everyone does that.ParsonsGuardCaptain: As far as I remember, I don't answer to you. And yeah, we were waiting for you.B4a
1517MS09ParsonsCaptainScene1A0016A099Player Default: Sorry, I shouldn't have said that.Yeah, don't get your knickers in a twist.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Was that an apology? Now I've seen everything.A6a
15180016A098Player Default: Lucky for you I'm not afraid of a few raiders.You're not? You've seen raiders, right?ParsonsGuardCaptain: Well, then, why don't you get out of my face and go kill them?B6a
15190016A097Player Default: That's true. Edward wouldn't have hired me if he thought you could have done the job.{Sarcastic} I think we just got off her Christmas card list.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.X6a

MS11Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1520MS11_0080_Constitution_Scene_30016A7FCPlayer Default: Whoa, whoa. Easy there.Negotiating with tin cans is a dicey business.FirstMate: Unable to comply.A6a
15210016A7FBPlayer Default: Try that and you'll be nothing but scrap metal, pal.This is not the place where I want to pick a fight.FirstMate: Threats detected. Awaiting permission to terminate target.B6a
15220016A7FAPlayer Default: This must be a misunderstanding. You invited me aboard.Isn't that against one of your robotic laws? Those exist, right?FirstMate: No records found.X5a
15230016A7F9Player Default: What, you're going to kill me?That is the definition of lethal force.FirstMate: Affirmative.Y5a
1524MS11_0100_Meet_Ironsides0016A7F7Player Default: A sad state of affairs for such an historic ship.If I knew how fun this guy was, I would've visited ages ago. Uh, captain.Ironsides: On that we are in agreement.A5a
15250016A7F6Player Default: You should just abandon the ship.{That would be a shame in tone} Hmm. I like what he's done with the place. It's got a retro Revolutionary vibe.Ironsides: It is not in my character, sir, to retreat simply because the odds are great. I will persevere.B6a
15260016A7F5Player Default: That's quite a predicament.Although I think your boat is really helping the property values around here.Ironsides: What vexes me most is my inability to assist in the war effort. My gun decks have naught but mole rats and ne'er-do-wells as targets.X4a
15270016A7F4Player Default: How did it even get up here?Huh. I never thought about that. Yeah, how did it get up here?Ironsides: A harrowing tale, of that there can be no doubt. Or I should say, I assume it is.Y5a
1528MS11_0350_Meet_Mandy0016A7F3Player Default: Yeah, I'm in. What's the plan?I don't know, boss. I get a bad read here.Mandy: That's the right call.A7a
15290016A7F2Player Default: No deal. I'm with Ironsides.You know the cold logical part of me thinks this is dumb. But... all aboard, mate.Mandy: Then screw you, asshole. You're lucky we don't gun you down.B6a
15300016A7F1Player Default: I need to think about this.I don't like the way these guys are looking at us, boss.Mandy: Don't take too long, or we'll crack the Constitution open ourselves. And then you'll get nothing.X5a
1531MS11_Comp_Sabotage0016A7F8It just seems a shame blowing up something like that.A6a

MS13Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1532MS13BAfterConfrontationViolence0016A0B6Sometimes people need killing.A6a
1533MS13BConfrontCooke0016A0BBPaulPembroke: Keep talking.Good, we're talking.HenryCooke: Look, I'll, uh, I'll stay away from Darcy from now on. It's over. You have my word on that.A5a
15340016A0B5Player Default: Paul, put the gun away. Nobody needs to get shot here.Think this through before you do something really stupid.PaulPembroke: Screw that.A5a
15350016A0B4Player Default: Better just shoot him, Paul.That's one solution, I suppose.PaulPembroke: Keep talking.B5a
15360016A0B3Player Default: Put the guns away before this gets out of hand.Guns don't solve problems. They just create more.PaulPembroke: Too late.X5a
15370016A0B2Player Default: Why don't you see if Cooke is going to listen?I have a feeling he might listen to you now. Call it a hunch.PaulPembroke: He never listens.Y5a
1538MS13BConfrontCookeAlone0016A0BAPlayer Default: Think this through. Darcy isn't worth dying for - or killing for.No dame is worth it. Other fish in the sea and all that.HenryCooke: You know what? You're right.A5a
15390016A0B9Player Default: I'm counting to three. One... two...*deep breath* Moment of truth.HenryCooke: Hold up. Don't get crazy on me. We can talk this out.B5a
1540MS13EDivideSpoils0016A0B0Player Default: No. I'm taking all of it as the rest of my payment.He's not going to buy what you're selling, boss.PaulPembroke: That was never part of the deal!B5a
15410016A0AFPlayer Default: 70-30 seems more like it.70-30 and a puppy. Non-negotiable.PaulPembroke: Yeah, whatever. Screw me over one more time. I guess I should be used to it by now.X6a
1542MS13PaulIntroScene0016A0BEPlayer Default: Still not interested.Getting involved in a love triangle? No thanks.PaulPembroke: I don't know why I expected you to help me.B5a
15430016A0BDPlayer Default: You're going to have to make it worth my while.Maybe, if the price is right...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.X5a

MS13FindPhotoEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1544-0018676FYeah, we don't kill people for money. But, come to think of it, we do kill an awful lot of people. But it's different.
15450018676EYou know, those extra caps totally solve those pesky moral objections. Am I right?
154600186770My mom always said I'd wind up in contract assassination. *sigh*

MS14Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1547MS14BobrovOpeningScene001689B3Player Default: All right! Now, it has to be quietly, with no fuss. Maybe lead him out of town...And what. Buy him dinner, Vadim?Yefim: All right, that's enough!A6a
1548001689B2Player Default: I tell you, it would be easier than you think. You just talk him into following you out of town...Wait for it.Yefim: All right, that's enough!B5a
1549001689B1Player Default: It would be quick, and probably mostly painless. You just first lead him out of town...Sounds easier than getting up and changing stations. Who has time for that?Yefim: All right, that's enough!X5a
1550MS14TravisBarPreFightScene001689AFTravis: Well, if you think it would work...Sure, pal, it'll all work out.A5a
1551001689AETravis: I'm not a coward!Then prove it.B5a
1552001689ADPlayer Default: Nothing will change unless you make it happen.Change is tough. It's best to just jump.X5a
1553MS14TravisStage65Scene001689ABPlayer Default: But if I hadn't gotten into that fight with them, maybe this wouldn't have happened.You do the best with the info you got. It's OK, kid.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.A5a
1554001689AAPlayer Default: Oh, man. I can't believe this.Sure. That'll help his self-esteem.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.B5a
1555MS14TravisStage70Scene001689A7Player Default: Okay, okay. Good. I mean, I can do this. Totally.This is going to be good.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.A5a
1556001689A6Player Default: Oh. Okay... Not, uhh, not exactly the pep-talk I was looking for...And Santa Claus is totally a fraud. Anything else we can throw at him?Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.B5a
1557001689A5Player Default: Okay, right. Sure. Yeah.You can get yourself out of a lot of scrapes just by maintaining composure.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.X5a
1558MS14TravisStage90Scene001689A3Player Default: Thanks.Not bad.Travis: After all this, I think about the things that had me worried so much, and it just seems... silly, you know?A5a
1559001689A2Player Default: Yeah, yeah. I know.You're not pulling punches.Travis: After all this, I think about the things that had me worried so much, and it just seems... silly, you know?B6a
1560MS14VadimStage10Scene0016899FPlayer Default: Haven't met a man I couldn't lay out.I bet that's true.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.A5a
15610016899EPlayer Default: I'm not some thug. I don't get involved in stuff like that.Works for me.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.B5a

MS17Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1562MS17_300_Dan_Follows0016A7E5Player Default: No deal.Let's hope this doesn't come back to bite us.HonestDan: We'll see who finds those caravan hands first, then.B6a
1563MS17_300_JacobWarning0016A7EAPlayer Default: Give me the caps and I'll drop the whole thing.{Muttered under breath} I got a bad feeling about this.JacobOrden: Here you go. Come back anytime.A3a
15640016A7E9Player Default: You can keep your caps.You can't buy off everyone, pal.JacobOrden: Please, just leave well enough alone. There's more going on then you realize.B4a
15650016A7E8Player Default: Surely, there's room for compromise? I get Stockton's survivors and we stay... friends. I'd have to know more, though.{Whispered advice to the player} I get a weird vibe off this guy.JacobOrden: That's a tall order. A deal like that, well, that's above my pay grade.X5a
1566MS17_400_Chambers0016A7EEPlayer Default: Continue your work, then.Boss, I beg you... she needs to be stopped.HonestDan: I wish you hadn't said that.A6a
15670016A7EDPlayer Default: That's a deal I won't accept.Damn straight.DoctorChambers: Then you'll just have to kill me.B3a
15680016A7ECPlayer Default: Don't kill the girl. Spare her.Or don't. Give us a reason...DoctorChambers: Impossible. The odds are too great she's an Institute infiltrator.X2a
1569MS17_Comp_KilledChambers0016A7EFYou did good here. Doctor Chambers deserved that.A6a

RR101Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1570RR101_0600_01_DesdemonaStart0010804DPlayer Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A1a
1571Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed & being a little coy} A Chinese nuclear sub. An undersea vault. And a daring rescue. That ring any bells?Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A2a
1572Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} The Brotherhood of Steel let you into their ranks. That's a hell of thing, there.Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A3a
1573Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} You saved Amelia Stockton from those maniacs at Covenant. That earns you points in my book.Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A4a
1574Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Nick Valentine was in a jam. But word is you bailed him out. Rubbed out Skinny Malone in the process, too.Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A5a
1575Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Nick Valentine was in a jam, as usual. But word is you bailed him out. And talked your way past Skinny Malone, too.Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A6a
1576Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed, playing coy} Does the Silver Shroud mean anything to you? I heard he took out Sinjin's Gang all by himself. Pretty remarkable, huh?Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A7a
1577Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Rumor had it Salem was about to go nova. Then some stranger brokered a peace. Sound familiar?Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A8a
1578Player Default: You know, you're practically famous.{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} You're the good Samaritan. Helping out that little ghoul boy, Billy. Not many people would do that.Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...A9a
15790010804CDeacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?{Even more impressed} And as if that wasn't enough...Deacon: The Railroad owes you a crate, hell a truckload, of Nuka-Cola for what you did to Kellogg. He was our public enemy number one.A1a
15800010804BDeacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} The Railroad owes you a crate, hell a truckload, of Nuka-Cola for what you did to Kellogg. He was our public enemy number one.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A1a
1581Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Dez, seriously, you haven't heard of him? He's the leader of the Minutemen. It seems like the whole Commonwealth is flying his flag.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A2a
1582Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Dez, seriously, you haven't heard of her? She's the leader of the Minutemen. It seems like the whole Commonwealth is flying her flag.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A3a
1583Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} You're the leader of the Minutemen. I hear you cleared out the Castle. Everyone's talking about that.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A4a
1584Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} This here is the champion of the Combat Zone. That's a hell of a feat.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A5a
1585Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed, being coy} Everyone saw that ship, the USS Constitution, fly into the Baxter building. Craziest thing. You wouldn't know anything about that, would you?Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A6a
1586Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Dez, he's the one that cleared Fort Strong for the Brotherhood. He's one of their main knights or something.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A7a
1587Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} Dez, she's the one that cleared Fort Strong for the Brotherhood. She's one of their main knights or something.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A8a
1588Deacon: And as if that wasn't enough...{Recounting the players achievements, impressed} You've left a trail of destruction in your wake. Gone places no sane person would go alone.Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?A9a
158900106A2CDesdemona: Deacon, where've you been?{Cheery, sarcastic} You're having a party. What gives with my invitation?Desdemona: I need intel. Who is this?A1a
159000106A2ADesdemona: I need intel. Who is this?{Impressed by the player / Surprised} Wow. News flash, boss, this guy is kind of a big deal out there.Player Default: Glad someone noticed.A1a
1591Desdemona: I need intel. Who is this?{Impressed by the player / Surprised} Wow. News flash, boss, this lady is kind of a big deal out there.Player Default: Glad someone noticed.A2a
159200106A25Player Default: Glad someone noticed.{Trying to flatter / Friendly} You know, you're practically famous.Deacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?A1a
159300106A24Player Default: Sounds like I have a stalker.{Reassuring, trying to flatter / Apologetic} It's not like that, chief. A lot of people know about you.Deacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?B1a
1594Player Default: Sounds like I have a stalker.{Reassuring, trying to flatter} It's not like that. A lot of people know about you.Deacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?B2a
159500106A23Player Default: Yeah, I've been pretty busy.{Trying to flatter} You know, you're practically famous.Deacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?X1a
159600106A22Player Default: Do we know each other?{Impressed by the PC} I didn't need to meet you to hear about you. You've made waves, pal.Deacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?Y1a
1597Player Default: Do we know each other?{Impressed by the PC} I didn't need to meet you to hear about you. You've made waves.Deacon: You're the one rebuilding the Minutemen out of Sanctuary, right?Y2a
159800108049Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?{Emphatic / Confident} Yes. Trust me, he's someone we want on our side.Desdemona: That changes thing. I don't know what, if anything, you've heard out there about us.A1a
1599Desdemona: So you're vouching for him?{Emphatic / Confident} Yes. Trust me, she's someone we want on our side.Desdemona: That changes thing. I don't know what, if anything, you've heard out there about us.A2a
1600RR101_0600_01a_MQ206CourserChip0010803CPlayer Default: What you're asking for puts us in a tricky position.{Persuasive, firm / Confident} Dez, we need to let him in. He's got an intact Courser Chip, for god's sake.Desdemona: That violates our security protocols.A1a
1601Player Default: What you're asking for puts us in a tricky position.{Persuasive, firm / Confident} Dez, we need to let her in. She's got an intact Courser Chip, for god's sake.Desdemona: That violates our security protocols.A2a
16020010803ADesdemona: That violates our security protocols.{Arguing, firm / Irritated} To hell with that. He killed a Courser. There's no way he's working for the Institute.Desdemona: We're letting you into our headquarters. You're the first outsider ever to be given this privilege. We'll discuss the details about your chip inside.A1a
1603Desdemona: That violates our security protocols.{Arguing, firm / Irritated} To hell with that. She killed a Courser. There's no way she's working for the Institute.Desdemona: We're letting you into our headquarters. You're the first outsider ever to be given this privilege. We'll discuss the details about your chip inside.A2a
1604000B9B70Deacon: I didn't know we're having a party. What gives with my invitation?{Friendly} Oh, I see you invited the Courser-killer. Nice.Desdemona: Deacon, you're late. You're saying this intruder actually killed a Courser? Single-handedly? That'd give even Glory a run for her money.A1a
1605000B25ABDesdemona: You have what? This is not a joking matter.I didn't know we're having a party. What gives with my invitation?Deacon: Oh, I see you invited the Courser-killer. Nice.A1a
1606000B25A9Desdemona: Deacon, you're late. You're saying this intruder actually killed a Courser? Single-handedly? That'd give even Glory a run for her money.News flash, boss, this guy is kind of a big deal. If you're done interrogating him, you might want to show this Courser-murdering machine a little courtesy. Just a thought.Desdemona: I owe you an apology. Anyone who kills a Courser is good in my book.A1a
1607Desdemona: Deacon, you're late. You're saying this intruder actually killed a Courser? Single-handedly? That'd give even Glory a run for her money.News flash, boss, this lady is kind of a big deal. If you're done interrogating her, you might want to show this Courser-murdering machine a little courtesy. Just a thought.Desdemona: I owe you an apology. Anyone who kills a Courser is good in my book.A2a
1608RR101_0600_01b_LowLevelPlayerIntro0013A44B{A little defensive, it's his job to know} Well, he's got to be someone. He made it down here, right?Deacon: Normal people just don't do that.A1a
1609{A little defensive, it's his job to know} Well, she's got to be someone. She made it down here, right?Deacon: Normal people just don't do that.A2a
16100013A44APlayer Default: Stop. You're making me blush.{Friendly} Hey, just calling it like I see it.Desdemona: So you got nothing. He's a complete unknown.A1a
16110013A449Player Default: It was a walk in the park.{Sincere / Happy} *laugh* I like your style.Desdemona: So you got nothing. He's a complete unknown.B1a
16120013A448Player Default: What, normal people can't figure out your decoder ring out front?{Bantery, good humored reply / Amused} These days being able to even spell "Railroad" is cause for celebration.Desdemona: So you got nothing. He's a complete unknown.X1a
16130013A447Player Default: What's the big deal?Either you figured out how to slip by bad guys, ghouls, et al. So you're smart.Y1a
1614Or you blasted a path straight through. In which case, tough.Y1b
1615Either way, kind of impressive.Player Default: Stop. You're making me blush.Y1c
16160013A42ADesdemona: So you got nothing. He's a complete unknown.{Defusing the situation - voice of reason / Defiant} What are our options? Shoot him? C'mon.A1a
1617{Voice of reason - persuasive / Defiant} We need friends, Dez. Now more than ever.A1b
1618{Overselling his confidence} And I got a *real* good feeling about him.Desdemona: What? Are you vouching for him?A1c
1619Desdemona: So you got nothing. He's a complete unknown.{Defusing the situation - voice of reason / Defiant} What are our options? Shoot her? C'mon.A2a
1620{Voice of reason - persuasive / Defiant} We need friends, Dez. Now more than ever.A2b
1621{Overselling his confidence} And I got a *real* good feeling about her.Desdemona: What? Are you vouching for him?A2c
16220013A41FDesdemona: What? Are you vouching for him?{Absolute conviction / Defiant} Yes. Definitely.Desdemona: *sigh* Fine.A1a
16230013A3DEDeacon: Well, he's got to be someone. He made it down here, right?Normal people just don't do that.Player Default: Stop. You're making me blush.A1a
1624-00045A53We having fun yet?

RR102Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1625RR102_100_Deacon_Intro000A7CBA{Friendly, recruitery} That job I was talking about - still wide open. You help us out, and I personally guarantee we'll help you out down the line.Player Default: Sign me up, then.A
1626{Friendly, recruitery} Change your mind about joining? I wasn't kidding, we could really use you.Player Default: You got my attention.A
1627{Trying to smooth things over, charming} Hope you didn't mind the reception. When you tango with the Institute you got to be careful when someone new gets on the dance floor.Player Default: Your leader was just being cautious.A
16280007294EPlayer Default: I'm not sure.{Quick to answer} I'll tell you the game plan then you decide.Deacon: I got a job. Too big for me. Just perfect for the two of us. You help me out, we turn a few heads, and then Dez invites you into the fold.X1a
16290007294DPlayer Default: You sure you need me? Desdemona didn't seem to care.{Bantery, funny} She's just thinking of the time and manpower it would take to train you. And if you were some hick from the burbs that didn't know your ass from a rocket launcher, she'd be right.Y1a
1630{Flattery} But I'm betting someone like you just needs a few pointers and a target.Player Default: You got my attention.Y1b
16310007294CPlayer Default: I'll tell you the game plan then you decide.{Enticing, salesman banter / Conspiratorial} I got a job. Too big for me. Just perfect for the two of us. You help me out, we turn a few heads, and then Dez invites you into the fold.A1a
1632{Salesman promise, glib} Then if you get into a bind and need help, your buddies in the Railroad got your back.Player Default: Sign me up, then.A1b
16330006FA42Player Default: Your leader was just being cautious.{Friendly - sarcastic} Exactly. Kind of killed our chance at a friendy first impression, though.Deacon: But it's all good now. I vouched for you. Nobody got shot. Still, I would consider it a close personal favor if you didn't sell us out to the Institute. Thanks.A1a
16340006FA41Player Default: If you greet all newcomers like that no one's ever going to help you.{Gently defending his boss / Apologetic} Don't be too hard on the old girl. She's just looking after her wayward children.Deacon: But it's all good now. I vouched for you. Nobody got shot. Still, I would consider it a close personal favor if you didn't sell us out to the Institute. Thanks.B1a
16350006FA40Player Default: What's done is done.{Friendly} A healthy attitude.Deacon: But it's all good now. I vouched for you. Nobody got shot. Still, I would consider it a close personal favor if you didn't sell us out to the Institute. Thanks.X1a
16360006FA3FPlayer Default: Do you really have to be so cagey?{Drops into serious tone} The precautions are necessary. In our business, if we underestimate our enemy's capabilities it's game over.Deacon: But it's all good now. I vouched for you. Nobody got shot. Still, I would consider it a close personal favor if you didn't sell us out to the Institute. Thanks.Y1a
16370006FA3EDeacon: Exactly. Kind of killed our chance at a friendy first impression, though.{Good-natured, leading up to a joke / Friendly} But it's all good now. I vouched for you. Nobody got shot. Still, I would consider it a close personal favor if you didn't sell us out to the Institute. Thanks.Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep your secret.A1a
163800072969Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep your secret.{Pleased / Friendly} That's what I want to hear.Deacon: So Dez wants me to make you a "tourist". That's what we call someone who helps out with the odd job here and there. What a waste.A1a
163900072968Player Default: No promises. I don't owe you guys anything.{Trying to mollify the player / Apologetic} Just don't do anything drastic until you learn more. OK?Deacon: So Dez wants me to make you a "tourist". That's what we call someone who helps out with the odd job here and there. What a waste.B1a
164000072967Player Default: Too bad. I was hoping to get some beer money out of it.{Bantery reply / Amused} If you're picking up the tab, never mind, go for it.Deacon: So Dez wants me to make you a "tourist". That's what we call someone who helps out with the odd job here and there. What a waste.X1a
164100072966Player Default: I still don't know - why did you vouch for me?{Serious-ish} With the Institute hunting you it's all too easy to let paranoia cripple you.Y1a
1642{Some conviction} Sometimes you can lose sight of the big pictures: we're about helping people.Y1b
1643{Sly} So I saw an opportunity to turn the meeting around for the better.Y1c
1644{Tongue-in-cheek} I did a good job. Well, as long as we're not sold down the river.Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep your secret.Y1d
1645Player Default: I still don't know - why did you vouch for me?{Glib, then blatant flattery} In our little outfit, it's my job to know things. And with everything you've done it's clear you're capable. A dangerous enemy. And, I'm betting, a valuable ally.Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep your secret.Y2a
1646Player Default: I still don't know - why did you vouch for me?{Carefully explaining, dropping the act a little} I don't know if we can trust you. But I hope we can. We just survived a hell of a crisis. So we may be just a teeny, weeny bit desperate for new members.Y3a
1647{Serious} If everything was sunshine and bottle caps, we'd probably play a longer "getting to know you" game. But we don't have that luxury.Player Default: Don't worry, I'll keep your secret.Y3b
1648Player Default: I still don't know - why did you vouch for me?{A little admiring, then slyly telling some more truth} You just don't give up? All right, I have a short list of people I think would be a good fit for our family. You piqued my interest, so maybe I asked around.Y4a
1649{Sly, charming} Did my homework. If you hadn't found us, there's a chance I would've found you, instead. Thanks for saving me the trip.Deacon: So Dez wants me to make you a "tourist". That's what we call someone who helps out with the odd job here and there. What a waste.Y4b
1650Player Default: I still don't know - why did you vouch for me?{Friendly but evasive, he's brushing aside the player's attempts to get more info here.} I've heard a lot of things about you. Enough to want to give you a chance.Deacon: So Dez wants me to make you a "tourist". That's what we call someone who helps out with the odd job here and there. What a waste.Y5a
165100072955Player Default: That's what I want to hear.{Explaining, then dour} So Dez wants me to make you a "tourist". That's what we call someone who helps out with the odd job here and there. What a waste.A1a
1652{The heart of the conversation, trying to recruit the player / Somber} I'm just going to come out and say this: the Railroad needs you.Player Default: You got my attention.A1b
165300072947Player Default: Sign me up, then.{Excited / Friendly} Perfecto. Let's meet up at the old freeway outside Lexington. I'll fill you in once you get there.A1a
165400072946Player Default: Maybe not.{Resigned, but holding out hope / Irritated} I won't do a hard sell. Later, if you want to save some synths or just stick it to the Institute, you know where we are.B1a
165500072945Player Default: Hmm, I'm not sure about this.{Resigned, but hopeful} I won't do the hard sell. If you change your mind and want to save some synths or just stick it to the Institute, you know where we are.X1a
165600072944Player Default: What's the job?{Trying to be enticing} So up front, the only thing I'll say is it's going to be a wild and dangerous ride. But probably nothing new for someone like you.Player Default: Sign me up, then.Y1a
1657RR102_100a_Hard_Sell000A7CBAIf you don't want to join us, believe me, I get it. But the door's still open.Player Default: You made some good points. Tell me more.A
1658You're seriously all right with the Institute? You can't be from around here, everyone hates those guys.Player Default: Someone has to stop them.A
1659Change your mind about synth freedom? We don't have much of a future together if you're not on board for that.Player Default: Whether it's synths or humans I'm against slavery.A
16600007B2F6Player Default: Whether it's synths or humans I'm against slavery.{Approval, then follow up question (then self-deprecating humor)} Follow up. Would you be willing to risk your life to stop the Institute and their nefarious plans? I can't believe I just said that.Player Default: Someone has to stop them.A1a
16610007B2F5Player Default: I don't think you can enslave a machine.{Surprised, taken aback - then wants distance / Surprised} All right. Not expecting that. Kind of a deal breaker. If for some crazy reason you change your mind... Well, whatever.Player Default: Someone has to stop them.B1a
16620007B2F4Player Default: I don't know enough about synths to answer one way or the other.{Thoughtful, but firm on this} Keeping an open mind? Or waiting for more facts? Smart, either way. But everyone associated with the Railroad has to at least support the basic tenant that synths deserve to be free.X1a
1663{Hopeful} If you make up your mind, come on back. Good luck out there.Player Default: Someone has to stop them.X1b
16640007B2F3Player Default: What do you mean by freedom?{Explaining} As in, they shouldn't be slaves. Good old Institute property. Get to make their own decisions.Y1a
1665{Ironic, amused} And have the same crappy chance to live the "American Dream" that all of us get. You agree?Player Default: Whether it's synths or humans I'm against slavery.Y1b
16660007B2EEPlayer Default: Someone has to stop them.{Approving} Excellent.Deacon: Every one of us believes in synths getting a fair chance. But some agents aren't really risking their necks for that.A1a
16670007B2EDPlayer Default: No, I have no problem with the Institute.{Really shocked / Surprised} All right. That, I wasn't expecting. In which case, I think you're right. We really aren't a good fit.B1a
1668{Doesn't believe the player will change his mind, so saying this for formality's sake} End of sales pitch. But if you ever change your mind about the Institute, drop by.Deacon: Every one of us believes in synths getting a fair chance. But some agents aren't really risking their necks for that.B1b
16690007B2ECPlayer Default: I haven't made up my mind yet.{Eager} Well, let me break it down for you.Deacon: Every one of us believes in synths getting a fair chance. But some agents aren't really risking their necks for that.X1a
16700007B2EBPlayer Default: What harm has the Institute actually done to people?{Answering "Why are Nazis bad?" in a comical manner} Starting with ancient history, they tried to take over the Commonwealth. Came a hair away from succeeding with their synth army. So there's that.Y1a
1671{Laundry list of grievances} But in the "what have you done for me lately" category - kidnappings, wiped out a settlement or two, and nasty bioengineering experiments.Y1b
1672{Laundry list of grievances} Diseases, FEV, the usual. So you willing to fight them?Player Default: Someone has to stop them.Y1c
16730007B2E6Player Default: Excellent.{Changes to earnest, making the heart of his argument / Confident} Every one of us believes in synths getting a fair chance. But some agents aren't really risking their necks for that.A1a
1674{Conviction creeping in / Confident} They put their asses on the line to hurt the Institute. And the Railroad's all right with that.Player Default: If you're fighting the Institute you need all the help you can get.A1b
16750007B2E5Player Default: If you're fighting the Institute you need all the help you can get.{Explaining, respectful} Most Railroad agents are fully committed to the cause. But some agents want revenge even more. I get that.Deacon: Sales pitch over. If you want to walk away here's your chance.A1a
16760007B2E4Player Default: So the Railroad's not really about ideals, it's about revenge.{Defensive, conviction / Irritated} That's not fair. For most of us, the cause is everything.B1a
1677{Re-record - needs to sell it better. Conviction, a little heated} But we can't turn away people who'd risk their lives helping us just because they don't say the synth Pledge of Allegiance loud enough.Deacon: Sales pitch over. If you want to walk away here's your chance.B1b
16780007B2E3Player Default: Understandable.{Convincing} Everyone here wants to help synths. You should, too, if you join us.X1a
1679{Earnest} But if you're risking your life for something else - hey as long as you're in the trenches with us, we're good.Deacon: Sales pitch over. If you want to walk away here's your chance.X1b
16800007B2E2Player Default: And Desdemona is really OK with that?{Pragmatic} We got a lot of idealists in our bunch, but they make room for us pragmatists. They have to.Deacon: Sales pitch over. If you want to walk away here's your chance.Y1a
1681Player Default: And Desdemona is really OK with that?{Thinks Dez is a little niave} Would Dez like every Tom, Dick, and Harriette to be here only to help synths? Yes, absolutely. But we live in the real world.Y2a
1682{Cunning} And there, we can't turn down help. We need every able body we can get.Deacon: Sales pitch over. If you want to walk away here's your chance.Y2b
16830007B2DDPlayer Default: Most Railroad agents are fully committed to the cause. But some agents want revenge even more. I get that.{Hopeful the player will stay} Sales pitch over. If you want to walk away here's your chance.Player Default: You made some good points. Tell me more.A1a
16840007B2DBPlayer Default: Still not interested.{Disappointed, but hopeful the player will be back} Maybe when you see more out there, you'll be back. The Institute has a habit of stepping on people's toes with a jack hammer. Good luck.B1a
16850007B2DAPlayer Default: I still haven't decided.{Enticing} Let me tell you the score and see what you think.Deacon: I got a job. Too big for me. Just perfect for the two of us. You help me out, we turn a few heads, and then Dez invites you into the fold.X1a
16860007293A{Sales pitch, walking through the big points} Here's my one and only sales pitch. Do you support synth freedom? I'm not asking if you'd die for them - just if you agree they shouldn't be slaves.Player Default: Whether it's synths or humans I'm against slavery.A1a
1687RR102_100b_NoToDezIntro000FE12APlayer Default: All right. Good. Let's see how much common ground we got.{Important question} Do you support synth freedom? Just the idea that they shouldn't be slaves.Player Default: Whether it's synths or humans I'm against slavery.A1a
1688000FE125Player Default: I thought she turned me away, though?{Bantery, making fun of Desdemona and her unrealistic attitude} It's complicated. Would Dez like every Tom, Dick, and Harriette to be here only to help synths? Yes, absolutely. But we live in the real world.Y1a
1689{Emphasis on needing help, hopeful} And there, we can't turn down help. We need every able body we can get. So you interested at all?Player Default: Sure, I'm interested.Y1b
1690000FE124Player Default: I don't really know.{Eager to inform the player} Let's see how much common ground we got, then.Deacon: I get you don't want to take a bullet for a synth.X1a
1691000FE123Player Default: No, I'm not.{Understanding + comically self-deprecating } Hey, we're not for everyone. Come to think of it, we're not for practically anyone. But if you change your mind... you get the idea.Deacon: I get you don't want to take a bullet for a synth.B1a
1692000FE122Player Default: Sure, I'm interested.{Eager to inform the player / Friendly} All right. Good. Let's see how much common ground we got.Deacon: I get you don't want to take a bullet for a synth.A1a
1693000FE121NPCMDeacon: So you answered the "Big Question" and took a pass. Dez is a hard-liner. A live and die for the cause kind of lady.{Sharing a deeper picture, trying to entice the player to join} But the truth isn't so cut and dry. Listen, are you interested in the Railroad? Learning more? Maybe joining?Player Default: Sure, I'm interested.A1a
1694000AC87FPlayer Default: All right. Good. Let's see how much common ground we got.I get you don't want to take a bullet for a synth.A1a
1695But you willing to brave some danger to stop the Institute and their nefarious schemes? I can't believe I just said that.Player Default: Someone has to stop them.A1b
1696000A7CBA{perking up} You change your mind about us? Interested in learning more?Player Default: Sure, I'm interested.A
1697{Bantery, taking a little dig at Dez (for being too idealistic)} So you answered the "Big Question" and took a pass. Dez is a hard-liner. A live and die for the cause kind of lady.Deacon: But the truth isn't so cut and dry. Listen, are you interested in the Railroad? Learning more? Maybe joining?A
1698RR102_200_Deacon_At_Sympathizer000FE12DNPCMDeacon: Like the disguise? It's wastelander camo.{Does a caricature of a greedy unfriendly asshole for a laugh, then being comical - the player should wonder if he's serious about the "face swap" / Friendly} This is my pile of garbage, asshole. Back off. Good, right? You're lucky I didn'tPlayer Default: I almost didn't recognize you.A1a
1699000A7CBA{He's changed into a drab ugly outfit, making like he's all dolled up} Like the disguise? It's wastelander camo.Deacon: "This is my pile of garbage, asshole. Back off." Good, right? You're lucky I didn't do one of my face swaps, too.A
1700000757AAPlayer Default: That sounds really, really bad.{Serious / Somber} It was a disaster with a capital D.Deacon: The survivors didn't have time to grab anything. So we're getting something important we had to leave behind.A1a
1701000757A8Player Default: Tough break.{Serious / Somber} And then some.Deacon: The survivors didn't have time to grab anything. So we're getting something important we had to leave behind.X1a
1702000757A7Player Default: Your base was under a donut shop?{Amused, then dark reflections / Somber} It's a lot better than it sounds. Well, it was until it was blown to hell.Player Default: That sounds really, really bad.Y1a
1703Player Default: Your base was under a donut shop?{Trying not to sound as grim as he feels about it / Somber} Our HQ was strong, defensible. Heck, we thought it was secure. Inside a minute the Institute troopers breached the doors and turned it into a shooting gallery.Deacon: The survivors didn't have time to grab anything. So we're getting something important we had to leave behind.Y2a
1704000757A2Player Default: It was a disaster with a capital D.{Trying not to sound as grim as he feels about it, determined / Somber} The survivors didn't have time to grab anything. So we're getting something important we had to leave behind.Player Default: Let's find it, then.A1a
1705000754A6Player Default: Let's find it, then.We got to do one thing first.Deacon: We got a tourist nearby. He, or she, has intel on the base. So let's pump him for information before we dive in.A1a
17060007292FPlayer Default: That? Not much of a disguise.A disguise is more than a wig and and some lice-ridden clothes.X1a
1707You'd be surprised how far I've gotten with the right attitude and a clipboard. But about the job.Deacon: The Railroad's only recently been using the Old North Church.X1b
17080007292EPlayer Default: You can change your face?{Bantery casual explanation of such a major surgery, the player may still wonder if he's serious} I put myself under the knife every year or two. New face, new body - you know, the full makeover. It keeps our enemies guessing.Player Default: I almost didn't recognize you.Y1a
17090007292DPlayer Default: That's the point. So about the job.{Exposition} The Railroad's only recently been using the Old North Church.A1a
1710{Wistful turned to restrained sadness / Somber} Our old base was underneath a Slocum's Joe. We had a pretty sweet setup until the Institute found us.Player Default: That sounds really, really bad.A1b
171100072931Player Default: I almost didn't recognize you.{Pleased with himself} That's the point. So about the job.Deacon: The Railroad's only recently been using the Old North Church.A1a
171200072930Player Default: Stop screwing with me.{Mollify the player, really didn't mean to piss him off. / Apologetic} This isn't for your benefit. It's to stay one step ahead of You-Know-Who. The Institute. So about the job.Deacon: The Railroad's only recently been using the Old North Church.B1a
171300072928Player Default: If the Institute's still there, this could be really dangerous.{Making a joke, but the point is serious / Amused} We'll take it slow. Dip our feet into the water. And if the water's full of bullets we'll back out and try something different.Deacon: We got a tourist nearby. He, or she, has intel on the base. So let's pump him for information before we dive in.B1a
171400072927Player Default: We got to do one thing first.{Explaining, then eager to roll} We got a tourist nearby. He, or she, has intel on the base. So let's pump him for information before we dive in.A1a
1715For now, I'll take point.A1b
171600072926Player Default: What exactly are we looking for?{Trying to soften the blow to denying the player's curiosity / Apologetic} I'll tell you when we get inside. I know that's a bum deal, but strategic ignorance has saved our organization more times than I can count.Deacon: We got a tourist nearby. He, or she, has intel on the base. So let's pump him for information before we dive in.Y1a
1717RR102_300_Ricky_Dalton000FE130RickyDalton: Who the hell is he? HQ said they were sending one agent. Not two.{(ACTING LIKE A NEWBY) Defensive / Pleading} Sorry. I'm new. He's just showing me the ropes.RickyDalton: All right. The Wall is my witness, I thought I was dead. It's about goddamn time you headquarters bastards got here.A1a
1718RickyDalton: Who the hell is he? HQ said they were sending one agent. Not two.{(ACTING LIKE A NEWBY) Defensive / Pleading} Sorry. I'm new. She's just showing me the ropes.RickyDalton: All right. The Wall is my witness, I thought I was dead. It's about goddamn time you headquarters bastards got here.A2a
171900072906Player Default: Wait, what?{(ACTING LIKE A NEWBY) Tentative - trying to smooth things over / Apologetic} Easy there. He meant to say, "Mine is in the shop."RickyDalton: That's better. My heart almost burst outta my chest.A1a
1720Player Default: Wait, what?{Apologetic} Easy there. She meant to say, "Mine is in the shop."RickyDalton: That's better. My heart almost burst outta my chest.A2a
172100072905Player Default: Wait, what?{(ACTING LIKE A NEWBY) Tentative - trying to smooth things over / Apologetic} Easy there. He meant to say, "Mine is in the shop."RickyDalton: That's better. My heart almost burst outta my chest.B1a
172200072903Player Default: Wait, what?{(ACTING LIKE A NEWBY) Tentative - trying to smooth things over / Apologetic} Easy there. He meant to say, "Mine is in the shop."RickyDalton: That's better. My heart almost burst outta my chest.Y1a
1723RR102_400_Deacons_Plan000A7CBA{Ironic then curious / Amused} Well, isn't Ricky just a ray of sunshine. You think he's telling the truth?Player Default: He doesn't strike me as the dishonest type.A
172400072FB5Player Default: He doesn't strike me as the dishonest type.{Approving, then teaching some spy stuff} That's my read, too. First rule in this business is never go against your gut. So if we take him at his word...Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.A1a
172500072FB4Player Default: I think he's hiding something.{Teaching some spy stuff} So you don't trust him. First rule in this business is never go against your gut. If he's lying, could be the front entrance is full of lollipops and rainbows.Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.B1a
172600072FB3Player Default: He's probably telling the truth. But you never can tell.{Approving, then teaching some spy stuff} I agree, odds are good we can take him at face value. First rule in this business is never go against your gut. So if we take him at his word...Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.X1a
172700072FB2Player Default: Speaking of truth. Why did you lie to Ricky?{Just been called a liar, totally fine with that. Cavalier explanation.} My job in the Railroad is intel. That job's easier if no one knows who I am. So I lied. I do that.Y1a
1728{Friendly banter} So you handled the talky talk, and I got to watch from the sidelines. Go team us.Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.Y1b
1729Player Default: Speaking of truth. Why did you lie to Ricky?{A hard truth wryly delivered} People always got reasons to lie. The Institute could've turned him. Or more likely, he's just seriously pissed off at us. Take your pick.Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.Y2a
1730000728D9Player Default: The donut shop has an escape tunnel?{Ironic then serious} Doesn't everyone have an escape tunnel? Seriously, though, thank god for that tunnel.Y1a
1731{Dips into grim} If it weren't for that there wouldn't be any Railroad left.Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.Y1b
1732000728D8Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.{Buddy} Easier, but no cakewalk. You lead us there, pal, I got you covered.A1a
1733000728D7Player Default: Let's move out.{Buddy} You lead us there, pal. I got you covered.X1a
1734000728D6Player Default: I say we go through the front door. Minefield or not.{Surprised and impressed / Surprised} What? If you think we have the mojo for that I'll back your play. You first?B1a
173500100103Player Default: That's my read, too. First rule in this business is never go against your gut. So if we take him at his word...{Game show vibe at the beginning, then cunning / Amused} The front door has mines, synths, and probably other fun and exciting prizes. So we go in through the escape tunnel.Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.A1a
173600100102Player Default: So you don't trust him. First rule in this business is never go against your gut. If he's lying, could be the front entrance is full of lollipops and rainbows.My guess is it's worse than he's letting on. So we go in through the escape tunnel, instead.Player Default: The tunnel has got to be easier than a frontal assault.B1a
1737RR102_500_DeaconEntersX000FAA0D{Relief} We're in.Deacon: The back entrance is safer, but be ready for Gen 1s and 2s.A1a
1738000FAA0CDeacon: We're in.{Warning} The back entrance is safer, but be ready for Gen 1s and 2s.A1a
1739{Happy to confide} So it's time you learn why we're here. We're retrieving a prototype developed by our good Doctor Carrington.Player Default: Let's find a prototype, then.A1b
1740000FAA0BPlayer Default: Let's find a prototype, then.{Friendly, confident / Confident} Together with you I like our odds.A1a
1741000FAA0APlayer Default: I'm risking my neck here, I want to know what I'm risking it for.{Knows the player won't like this, sounds honest / Apologetic} So I'll be straight with you, although you're not going to like it. I have no idea what the prototype does.B1a
1742{Making a long standing joke / Irritated} Us Railroad agents are treated like mushrooms: kept in the dark and fed... well, you get the idea.B1b
1743{Sincere} It's got to be important, though, Dez wouldn't risk our hides lightly.Player Default: Let's find a prototype, then.B1c
1744000FAA09Player Default: Who's Doctor Carrington?All goes well, you'll meet him soon enough.Player Default: Let's find a prototype, then.X1a
1745000FAA08Player Default: What can you tell me about the Gen 1s and 2s?{Bantery} The synths didn't start off as nigh perfect copies of human beings. The Institute had to work up to that level of hubris.Y1a
1746{A little squeamish} Gen 1s and 2s were stepping stones along the way. The Railroad's not fully united on how we feel about them.Player Default: Let's find a prototype, then.Y1b
1747Player Default: What can you tell me about the Gen 1s and 2s?{Disagrees with Glory} Everyone wants to liberate the Gen 3s. The human looking synths. Some of the synths in the Railroad, like Glory, think we should help earlier models, too.Y2a
1748{Thinks these points get ridiculous} But Gen 1s are basically the same as, well, a Protectron. So the line gets muddy. Do we defend AI rights? Terminals? Hell, turrets?Y2b
1749{Amused at the arguing} Any time it gets brought up: fireworks. All the old arguments flare up. The upshot is Glory and some others won't run missions like this.Player Default: Let's find a prototype, then.Y2c
1750RR102_500b_DeaconUnlocksTerminal001000FE{Changing subject, the mission!} First step is to override the security lockdown.Deacon: No, no... no...A1a
1751001000FDDeacon: First step is to override the security lockdown.{Between this and last line, Deacon finds the terminal. He's reacting to that.} Well, the terminal's on at least. I'm going to feed it some passwords.Deacon: No, no... no...A1a
1752001000FCDeacon: No, no... no...{Pleased with himself} Aha, missed one, you cocky bastards. The prototype is deeper inside.A1a
1753000FA9FADeacon: Well, the terminal's on at least. I'm going to feed it some passwords.{Passwords are being denied, Deacon's nervous} No, no... no...Deacon: Aha, missed one, you cocky bastards. The prototype is deeper inside.A1a
1754RR102_700_PrototypeRecovered000E50F5Deacon: So Tommy Whispers didn't make it out. He died protecting our secrets.{Grim, on with the mission} Lemme see... There.Deacon: Tommy would want you to have his handcannon. Don't let its size fool you.A1a
1755000E2E1C{Truly sad, Tommy Whispers was an old friend / Sad} So Tommy Whispers didn't make it out. He died protecting our secrets.Deacon: Lemme see... There.A1a
1756000E2E1BDeacon: Lemme see... There.{A little solemn, can't avoid cracking a joke even though his heart's not in it / Sad} Tommy would want you to have his handcannon. Don't let its size fool you.Player Default: I appreciate it.A1a
1757000E2E1APlayer Default: I appreciate it.{Gallows humor / Somber} May it serve you as well, heck, better than it did Tommy.Deacon: Grab Carrington's prototype. You turn that over to Desdemona and she'll have to let you into our merry band.A1a
1758000E2E19Player Default: I shouldn't take it.{Firm but friendly} Too late. It's yours.Deacon: Grab Carrington's prototype. You turn that over to Desdemona and she'll have to let you into our merry band.B1a
1759000E2E18Player Default: Why are you giving this to me?{Bestowing an honor to the player. Has a hard time describing the mad, crazy tinkerer.} Our best agents carry special ordinance made by Tinker Tom. He's... well, you'll know when you meet him. Call this gun a vote of confidence.Deacon: Grab Carrington's prototype. You turn that over to Desdemona and she'll have to let you into our merry band.X1a
1760000E2E17Player Default: What's so special about the gun?{Bestowing an honor to the player. Has a hard time describing the mad, crazy tinkerer.} Tinker Tom restored it, you'll meet him later. It's cutting edge Old World tech. It's powerful and more importantly quiet.Y1a
1761{Sincere} You'll never find another weapon like it.Deacon: Grab Carrington's prototype. You turn that over to Desdemona and she'll have to let you into our merry band.Y1b
1762000E2E12Deacon: Grab Carrington's prototype. You turn that over to Desdemona and she'll have to let you into our merry band.{Changing gears, on to the mission} We got Carrington's prototype. Now we just need to get out.A1a
1763000E2E11Hey. Take this.A1a
1764000B7066Player Default: May it serve you as well, heck, better than it did Tommy.Grab Carrington's prototype. You turn that over to Desdemona and she'll have to let you into our merry band.Deacon: We got Carrington's prototype. Now we just need to get out.A1a
1765RR102_725_PCGrabbedPrototype000B7065{Wry } The elevator's at the end of the hall. Should be easy to power up and get out since we already cleared the path, right?A1a
1766{Growing confidence} There's an elevator at the end of the hall. It should be a hell of a lot easier fighting the chrome-domes on this side of the minefield.A2a
1767RR102_750_BackToHQ000A7CBA{Victorious} We got what we came for. Let's split up and meet back at the catacombs.Player Default: We made a good team.A
176800072F8DPlayer Default: We made a good team.{Friendly} The best. See you soon.A1a
176900072F8CPlayer Default: I went through all of that, and I still don't know why.{Confessions, shares some annoyance / Apologetic} You want to know a dirty little secret? Neither do I. The Railroad works like that sometimes.B1a
1770Who knows, we could've just liberated the doctor's coffee maker. See you soon.B1b
1771Player Default: I went through all of that, and I still don't know why.{Confessions, shares some annoyance / Irritated} And I still don't have them. I just hope we didn't liberate the doctor's coffee maker. See you soon.B2a
177200072F8BPlayer Default: Bye.{Friendly} See you soon.X1a
177300072F8APlayer Default: Was all of that worth it?{Ironic, friendly} All I know is that Dez authorized the op. I just hope we didn't go through all of that for a new coffee maker. See you.Y1a
1774RR102_800_Final_Conversation0018AED4{Spinning a tale, it should be clear he's embellishing} And the new guy patched me up, put me on his shoulder, and blasted his way through the rest of the complex. Synths everywhere.Desdemona: He said he wouldn't risk his life for the cause.A1a
1775{Spinning a tale, it should be clear he's embellishing} And the new girl patched me up, put me on her shoulder, and blasted her way through the rest of the complex. Synths everywhere.Desdemona: He said he wouldn't risk his life for the cause.A2a
1776000FF19BDesdemona: He said he wouldn't risk his life for the cause.{Sarcastic reply, annoyed} Hello, words, I'm actions and I'm speaking awfully loud.Desdemona: Point taken.A1a
1777Desdemona: He said he wouldn't risk his life for the cause.{Trying to sound sincere} Amazing, right?Desdemona: Point taken.A2a
1778000FF198Desdemona: But instead just the two of you cleared out the entire Switchboard.{Managing to sound really sincere now / Pleading} You'd be insane not to sign him up, Dez.Desdemona: You've certainly made an impression on Deacon. He's never spoken about, or lied about, anyone so highly before.A1a
1779Desdemona: But instead just the two of you cleared out the entire Switchboard.{Managing to sound really sincere now / Pleading} You'd be insane not to sign her up, Dez.Desdemona: You've certainly made an impression on Deacon. He's never spoken about, or lied about, anyone so highly before.A2a
1780000FF197Player Default: A full hundred. I... I can't even imagine.{Pleased with himself, trying to sound sincere (partially failing)} See? Just like I said, boss.Desdemona: I was expecting Deacon to grab a full team, including Glory, to secure that prototype.A1a
1781000FF196Player Default: Embellishing the truth again, are we?{Friendly irritation at the player (for exposing his lies)} She would've fallen for it, you know?Desdemona: Don't flatter yourself. Still...B1a
1782RR102_Ambient_101_PostIntro000FDCEB{Friendly teacher} So, I'm looking for Railsigns. Symbols we use to send messages to each other.Deacon: If you like that, we got signs and countersigns, dead drops, and even a secret handshake. Alright, maybe the handshake never caught on.A1a
1783000FDCEADeacon: So, I'm looking for Railsigns. Symbols we use to send messages to each other.{Happy to tell stories, pulling the player's leg to make a joke} If you like that, we got signs and countersigns, dead drops, and even a secret handshake. Alright, maybe the handshake never caught on.Deacon: Anyway, the tourist should have a trail left for us.A1a
1784000FDCE9Deacon: If you like that, we got signs and countersigns, dead drops, and even a secret handshake. Alright, maybe the handshake never caught on.{Said while searching} Anyway, the tourist should have a trail left for us.A1a
1785RR102_Ambient_102_Highway001000F5{Friendly teacher} So, I'm looking for Railsigns. Symbols we use to send messages to each other.Deacon: Here we go. Railsign.A1a
1786001000F4Deacon: So, I'm looking for Railsigns. Symbols we use to send messages to each other.{Happy to tell stories, pulling the player's leg to make a joke} If you like that, we got signs and countersigns, dead drops, and even a secret handshake. Alright, maybe the handshake never caught on.Deacon: Here we go. Railsign.A1a
1787001000F3Deacon: If you like that, we got signs and countersigns, dead drops, and even a secret handshake. Alright, maybe the handshake never caught on.{Said while searching} Anyway, the tourist should have a trail left for us.Deacon: Here we go. Railsign.A1a
1788000FF81FDeacon: So our tourist is up ahead. Let's keep going.{Spotted it} Got another Railsign. Right there.Deacon: And another. We're probably close.A1a
1789000FF81EDeacon: Got another Railsign. Right there.{Spotted it} And another. We're probably close.Deacon: See the plus in the center? That means there's an ally nearby. Our tourist.A1a
1790000FF81DDeacon: And another. We're probably close.{Spotted it, explaining} See the plus in the center? That means there's an ally nearby. Our tourist.Deacon: You take point on the conversation. No matter what he says just say, "Mine is in the shop." Trust me.A1a
1791000FF81CDeacon: See the plus in the center? That means there's an ally nearby. Our tourist.{Emphasizing this, it's important} You take point on the conversation. No matter what he says just say, "Mine is in the shop." Trust me.A1a
1792000FE12EDeacon: Here we go. Railsign.{Teaching} The arrow in the center indicates a direction.Deacon: So our tourist is up ahead. Let's keep going.A1a
1793000FDCE8Deacon: Anyway, the tourist should have a trail left for us.{Spotted it} Here we go. Railsign.Deacon: The arrow in the center indicates a direction.A1a
1794000FDCE7Deacon: The arrow in the center indicates a direction.{Eager to move} So our tourist is up ahead. Let's keep going.Deacon: Got another Railsign. Right there.A1a
1795RR102_Ambient_106_Watchers000FE133Deacon: You see those little raven bastards - they could be Watchers. Reporting everything back to the mother ship.{Said wryly} Or wherever the Institute's hiding. So smile for the pretty birdies.A1a
1796000FE132Deacon: So, the Institute wasn't content with just creating synth people. Oh no, they have synth birds, too.{Telling a story} You see those little raven bastards - they could be Watchers. Reporting everything back to the mother ship.Deacon: Or wherever the Institute's hiding. So smile for the pretty birdies.A1a
1797000FE131{Telling a story, shouldn't be clear if he's lying} So, the Institute wasn't content with just creating synth people. Oh no, they have synth birds, too.Deacon: You see those little raven bastards - they could be Watchers. Reporting everything back to the mother ship.A1a
1798RR102_Ambient_202_DangerRailsign000FDCDD{Pointing it out, gallows humor} Someone left a railsign here. This one means danger. Yeah, we know, you poor dead bastard, we know.A1a
1799RR102_Ambient_203_CacheRailsign000FDCDC{Pointing something out} Wait. See the box in the center of that Railsign -- that means there's a cache nearby.Deacon: Looks like Maven managed to hide something before... Well, you know. Look around.A1a
1800000FDCDBDeacon: Wait. See the box in the center of that Railsign -- that means there's a cache nearby.{Grim} Looks like Maven managed to hide something before... Well, you know. Look around.A1a
1801RR102_Ambient_204_FirstTraps000FDCDA{Reliving a tragic time, grim} Tinker managed to turn on the defenses. Barely slowed the Coursers down, but hey, it probably saved some lives.Deacon: I don't think you've ever seen a Courser but they're top-of-the-line in Institute "let's fuck up your day" tech. There shouldn't be any Coursers in here, but if there are just run.A1a
1802000FDCD9Deacon: Tinker managed to turn on the defenses. Barely slowed the Coursers down, but hey, it probably saved some lives.{Bantery, but very serious} I don't think you've ever seen a Courser but they're top-of-the-line in Institute "let's fuck up your day" tech. There shouldn't be any Coursers in here, but if there are just run.A1a
1803RR102_Ambient_205_SecondTraps000FDCD8{Happy for this bit of luck, looking forward to the player springing a trap} Another active terminal. We didn't have time to trip the defenses up ahead. Power them up and we can give our friends a little surprise.A1a
1804RR102_Ambient_206_SpecialMoves000FDCD5{Sly} Those Gen 1s are in standard patrol mode. They don't know we're here.Deacon: There's the command terminal over there. You hold tight. I'm going to have some fun.A1a
1805000FDCD4Deacon: Those Gen 1s are in standard patrol mode. They don't know we're here.{Sly, said before he does some snazzy ninja sneaking} There's the command terminal over there. You hold tight. I'm going to have some fun.A1a
1806RR102_Ambient_207_SpecialMovesReaction001000FBDeacon: Bye, bye, Gen 1s.{Ironic} Prepare to be shocked: not every Slocum's Joe has a massive tunnel complex underneath it.Deacon: We're entering a secret Defense Intelligence Agency research lab. A place that never officially existed. It's called The Switchboard.A1a
1807001000FADeacon: Prepare to be shocked: not every Slocum's Joe has a massive tunnel complex underneath it.{Savoring sharing this, big reveal} We're entering a secret Defense Intelligence Agency research lab. A place that never officially existed. It's called The Switchboard.Deacon: The DIA eggheads spent their precious brain cells here trying to outwit the Red Menace.A1a
1808001000F9Deacon: We're entering a secret Defense Intelligence Agency research lab. A place that never officially existed. It's called The Switchboard.{Explaining} The DIA eggheads spent their precious brain cells here trying to outwit the Red Menace.Deacon: The prototype is locked up in the heart of the facility.A1a
1809001000F8Deacon: The DIA eggheads spent their precious brain cells here trying to outwit the Red Menace.{To the mission} The prototype is locked up in the heart of the facility.A1a
1810000FDCD3{Pleased} Bye, bye, Gen 1s.Deacon: Prepare to be shocked: not every Slocum's Joe has a massive tunnel complex underneath it.A1a
1811{Pleased with himself} Gotta love Stealth Boys.Deacon: Prepare to be shocked: not every Slocum's Joe has a massive tunnel complex underneath it.A2a
1812RR102_Ambient_208_OutsideVault000FC105Deacon: Carrington. Stanley. Salus aegroti suprema lex.{Mockingly} Open says me.A1a
1813000754A5{Relieved} Thank god, someone managed to close the security door in time. Carrington's prototype is in there.Deacon: Where's that play button...A1a
181400072F92Deacon: Thank god, someone managed to close the security door in time. Carrington's prototype is in there.{Looking for something in his backpack, distracted} Where's that play button...Deacon: Carrington. Stanley. Salus aegroti suprema lex.A1a
1815RR102_Ambient_209_Elevator000FDCD2{Eager} End of the line. Just power up the elevator...A1a
1816RR102_Ambient_224_Fire001A6B87Player Default: Looks like he started a fire.There were a lot of sensitive documents in here. Johnny burned them all. Then probably asphyxiated.A1a
1817Hell of a way to go.A1b
1818RR102_Ambient_301_ClearMines000FDCD0{Be careful but pleased at the thought of cash} Now we can take our time with the mines. If you can disarm them, go for it. Those things sell for a mint.A1a
1819RR102_Ambient_302_FrontEntranceClosed000FDF16{Really irritated} For the love of... The Institute bastards powered off the elevator. We kill all of them and we still have to go in the back way.Deacon: Well, the slightly bright side here is it'll be easy getting out. You buy that? I don't.A1a
1820000FDF15Deacon: For the love of... The Institute bastards powered off the elevator. We kill all of them and we still have to go in the back way.{Trying to regain his cheerful demeanor, failing for a little bit} Well, the slightly bright side here is it'll be easy getting out. You buy that? I don't.A1a
1821RR102_Ambient_303_FrontEntranceBookcase001A5831The elevator's hidden behind the bookcase.A1a
1822-0006FA47C'mon, boss, you just got to join our crew.
1823Meet you back at the Church.
1824{He lost friends here, recent trauma} Ahh, the Switchboard. A lot of... memories here.
1825{Focused, sincere} If we make it out of here alive, I guarantee you're Railroad material.
1826{He lost friends here, recent trauma} I didn't think I'd ever see this place again.
1827{A little excited (end of a trip vibe)} The back entrance is a drain pipe. It's not too far from here.
1828{Cheery} The tourist is somewhere on this freeway. Let's find him.
1829{A little distracted} Got a few things to take care of. See you at Lexington.
1830{Earnest} I don't want to keep you away from the boss. After you talk with her, grab me.
1831Hey.

RR201Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1832RR201_0550_DezBigPlan001849F2Desdemona: Instead we use this one chance... to rescue all the synths. Every last one of them.{Surprised} Did I hear you right? All of them?Player Default: That's a bold plan.A1a

RR301Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1833RR301_100_Intro00184A06Desdemona: Glory spotted a Courser near Dayton Safehouse.{Worried} Another Courser? Oh man, our number may already be up.Desdemona: We were hoping Bunker Hill bought us some time. But the Institute's continuing to dismantle our operation.A1a
1834RR301_400_DezTurnIn00184A05PlayerVoiceFemale01: Ticonderoga was wiped out by Coursers. No survivors.{Sad} They got High Rise, too, Dez.Desdemona: All hands lost? God damn it, that's not the news I wanted to hear.A1a

RR302Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1835RR302_0800a_TinkerPreFlight001921A2TinkerTom: The vertibird's good to go. Ready for take off.Hey, boss, I need a word.A1a
1836RR302_1000_DeaconBreakdown000A7CFE{Resolved} First things first, I picked up some Brotherhood goodies for you. Merry Christmas.Deacon: More importantly, though, Tinker's ready for us on the bird. Let's go.A
1837RR302_1000_DeaconBreakdown00141108NPCMDeacon: First things first, I picked up some Brotherhood goodies for you. Merry Christmas.{Utter serious / Somber} More importantly, though, Tinker's ready for us on the bird. Let's go.A1a
1838RR302_Ambient_VertibirdReaction00029972{Holding it together, projecting (the player may be a good distance away)} Man, we got a vertibird incoming. Shit.A1a

RR303Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1839RR303_0300b_GloryDeath0016A7D6Player Default: Hold on, you'll make it through.Yeah, Glory, you can make it. You're indestructible.Glory: Bullshit. *cough*A2a
18400016A7D5Player Default: I don't have time for this.That's cold.Glory: Isn't there... supposed to be a light?B5a
18410016A7D4Player Default: I promise.I know my word's worth jack. But I promise, too, Glory.Glory: If anyone... *cough*X4a
18420016A7D3Player Default: How bad is it?*sigh* Not good.Glory: No escape... this time. *cough*Y3a
1843RR303_0600a_DeaconPost001475B4NPCMDeacon: I leave HQ for a second, and that's when the Brotherhood hits us. Dammit.{Worried} You must've beat them, though, their vertibirds just bugged out.Deacon: How bad was it down there?A1a
1844001475B3Deacon: You must've beat them, though, their vertibirds just bugged out.{Worried} How bad was it down there?Player Default: Glory's dead.A1a
1845001475AEPlayer Default: Glory's dead.{Surprised} Shit. Glory? This is a nightmare.Deacon: I'll meet you at the Police Station. We're not out of the frying pan yet.A1a
1846001475ADPlayer Default: We've got a lot of dead Railroad agents.{Concerned} Shit. So now the Brotherhood's got our number...Deacon: I'll meet you at the Police Station. We're not out of the frying pan yet.B1a
1847Player Default: We've got a lot of dead Railroad agents.Day's still young.Deacon: I'll meet you at the Police Station. We're not out of the frying pan yet.B2a
1848001475ACPlayer Default: Let's focus on what's next.Got it.Deacon: I'll meet you at the Police Station. We're not out of the frying pan yet.X1a
1849001475ABPlayer Default: How'd they get the drop on us?Preparing for the big op to take down the Institute... Well, it's generated a lot of traffic to and from HQ.Y1a
1850Someone must've made a mistake.Player Default: Glory's dead.Y1b
1851001475A9Player Default: Shit. Glory? This is a nightmare.{Stern} I'll meet you at the Police Station. We're not out of the frying pan yet.A1a
1852Player Default: Shit. Glory? This is a nightmare.Hopefully Dez knows our next move. Talk with her.A2a
1853000A7CE0{Shocked, alarmed / Worried} I leave HQ for a second, and that's when the Brotherhood hits us. Dammit.Deacon: You must've beat them, though, their vertibirds just bugged out.A
1854RR303_0800a_TakingOff0018F5E4TinkerTom: See? Just like falling off a log.Dear god, we're dead.Deacon: Right. Final briefing time.A1a
18550018F5DCDeacon: The manual?!We're spinning. Spinning!TinkerTom: Oh man, hold it together.A1a
18560018F5DBDeacon: Dear god, we're dead.Right. Final briefing time.A1a
18570018F5D2TinkerTom: Sure, sure. Read the manual cover to cover.The manual?!Deacon: We're spinning. Spinning!A1a
18580018F5D1TinkerTom: Uhh... So... this yoke...Dez said you could fly this thing.TinkerTom: Sure, sure. Read the manual cover to cover.A1a
1859RR303_0800b_BoSBriefing00195A70Deacon: Well, with your colorful history with the Brotherhood as soon as they spot you, it's game time.So maybe you can play the sneak card. I got you this Stealth Boy, for what's it's worth.Deacon: Odds are you'll get made. Once that happens, I'd run like hell, place the bombs, and somehow get out alive.A1a
1860001921A1Well, with your colorful history with the Brotherhood as soon as they spot you, it's game time.Deacon: So maybe you can play the sneak card. I got you this Stealth Boy, for what's it's worth.A1a
1861001921A0Deacon: So maybe you can play the sneak card. I got you this Stealth Boy, for what's it's worth.Odds are you'll get made. Once that happens, I'd run like hell, place the bombs, and somehow get out alive.Deacon: It's going to be one hell of a firefight.A1a
18620019219FDeacon: Odds are you'll get made. Once that happens, I'd run like hell, place the bombs, and somehow get out alive.It's going to be one hell of a firefight.Deacon: When we land, Tinker is going to keep the vertibird spooled for an immediate take off.A1a
1863RR303_0800c_OtherBriefing0018F5E6Deacon: So if we look, walk, and if worse comes to worse talk like an asshole with a superiority complex we'll be fine.And even if we don't, hey, if it only buys you a little time that's better than nothing.Deacon: When we land, Tinker is going to keep the vertibird spooled for an immediate take off.A1a
18640018F5E3Glory would've wanted us to go in guns blazing, but I'm thinking finesse.Deacon: I got you this. If you're wearing the latest in the Brotherhood's fall fashion line, it might help you place those bombs and get back in one piece.A1a
18650018F5E2Deacon: Glory would've wanted us to go in guns blazing, but I'm thinking finesse.I got you this. If you're wearing the latest in the Brotherhood's fall fashion line, it might help you place those bombs and get back in one piece.TinkerTom: And the Brotherhood's just going to fall for that?A1a
18660018F5D9Deacon: The Brotherhood is nothing if not arrogant. They'd never dream in a million years that an ex-farmer and a scavver could fly one of their birds.So if we look, walk, and if worse comes to worse talk like an asshole with a superiority complex we'll be fine.Deacon: And even if we don't, hey, if it only buys you a little time that's better than nothing.A1a
18670018F5D7TinkerTom: And the Brotherhood's just going to fall for that?The Brotherhood is nothing if not arrogant. They'd never dream in a million years that an ex-farmer and a scavver could fly one of their birds.Deacon: So if we look, walk, and if worse comes to worse talk like an asshole with a superiority complex we'll be fine.A1a
1868RR303_0800d_EndChitChat0019219EWhen we land, Tinker is going to keep the vertibird spooled for an immediate take off.Deacon: And my job, as always, is to watch your back.A1a
18690019219DDeacon: When we land, Tinker is going to keep the vertibird spooled for an immediate take off.And my job, as always, is to watch your back.Deacon: Tom, we're getting closer to the blimp. Can you fly just a little straighter?A1a
1870Deacon: When we land, Tinker is going to keep the vertibird spooled for an immediate take off.And my job is to be Tom's lookout and make sure any looky-loos keep walking.Deacon: Tom, we're getting closer to the blimp. Can you fly just a little straighter?A2a
18710018F5DETinkerTom: Deacon, man, I'm trying. If you want to give it a whirl, I won't stop you.No, no, no. You're doing great, Tom, just keep her a little more steady.TinkerTom: Yeah, yeah, I got you.A1a
18720018F5D3Deacon: And my job, as always, is to watch your back.Tom, we're getting closer to the blimp. Can you fly just a little straighter?TinkerTom: Deacon, man, I'm trying. If you want to give it a whirl, I won't stop you.A1a
1873RR303_0825_ApproachPrydwen00046A10{Sounding passably military} Scabbard, this is Claymore. Requesting clearance.RadioScabbard: Claymore, you're cleared for launch bay 3. Deck officer is requesting an update on the police station.A1a
187400046A0FRadioScabbard: Claymore, you're cleared for launch bay 3. Deck officer is requesting an update on the police station.{Stumbles a little and gets his reply out} Uh... Hostiles eliminated.RadioScabbard: Scimitar's status? Confirm.A1a
187500046A0DDeacon: Got some technical difficulties. With the port thingy. Working on it.{Said in his normal Deacon voice, urgent} Tom?TinkerTom: Which button is it? Uh. There.A1a
1876000469D0RadioScabbard: Scimitar's status? Confirm.{Pulls together a passable lie in a believable tone (barely)} Scimitar took some fire. Should be up and running in a few hours.RadioScabbard: We have a visual on you, Claymore. Your docking port's not open.A1a
1877000469CERadioScabbard: We have a visual on you, Claymore. Your docking port's not open.{Stumbles his reply, loses his words for "port thingy"} Got some technical difficulties. With the port thingy. Working on it.Deacon: Tom?A1a
1878RR303_1400a_DeaconEscape0019DE53TinkerTom: I'm trying, I'm trying.Tinker, get us out of the airport. Now.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A1a
1879TinkerTom: I'm trying, I'm trying.Don't get too close to them. I can't believe we're actually getting away with this.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A2a
1880001929FAMove, move, move. We're in.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A1a
1881Move, move, move. He's in.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A2a
1882Move, move, move. She's in.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A3a
1883001929F8TinkerTom: Right on.What's taking you so long?TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A1a
1884001929F6TinkerTom: There's a whole lot of mechanism for this. I'm going as fast I can.Shit. Hostiles on the ground.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A1a
1885TinkerTom: There's a whole lot of mechanism for this. I'm going as fast I can.And we seriously didn't raise an alarm?TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A2a
1886001929F5Deacon: Shit. Hostiles on the ground.Kick into gear, Tom.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A1a
1887Deacon: Shit. Hostiles on the ground.Tom, just to be safe. Step on it.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A2a
1888001929F1TinkerTom: More distance, please!We are still alive, right?TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A1a
1889TinkerTom: More distance, please!You're making this look easy, boss.TinkerTom: Here goes nothing.A2a
1890001814C8TinkerTom: Everyone get off. I got to find someplace to stash this beast.See you back at the HQ.A1a
18910011BB65TinkerTom: Shit.{Taken aback, speechless at the mighty explosion} Woah. Now that's a hell of a thing.Deacon: Rest easy, Glory.A1a
18920011BB64Deacon: Woah. Now that's a hell of a thing.{Solemn, hushed} Rest easy, Glory.TinkerTom: I need a drink.A1a
1893RR303_Ambient_LandedOnPrydwen00215DD8{Stress this - very important} Remember: Keep that Brotherhood uniform on. Otherwise it's going to be the shortest infiltration in history.TinkerTom: Don't take too long in there.A1a
18940019DE4FTinkerTom: If anyone comes over here... I don't know if I can fool them.You got enough problems, boss, I got this end covered.TinkerTom: Good luck!A1a
1895-000432BA{Serious} I'll brief you once you get aboard.
1896{Shaky} Different players, but it's Switchboard all over again.
1897{Bitter, too self} Dammit, I told Dez too much traffic.
1898{Serious, talking to himself} Just need to make it out of here, Deacon.

RRDeaconBetrayalEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1899RRDeaconBetrayal_Interrupt0018AE75Deacon: You sold us out to the Brotherhood. The fucking holier-than-thou Brotherhood.{Raw, the personal betrayal is very deep / Angry} Why would you betray us? Betray me?Player Default: The Brotherhood's learned from the mistakes of the past, and offers us our best chance at a real future.A1a
19000018AE6CPlayer Default: The Brotherhood's learned from the mistakes of the past, and offers us our best chance at a real future.{Furious, biting / Angry} And how many innocents will they butcher to get to that glorious future?A1a
1901{Vicious / Disgust} I'm wasting my breath.Deacon: I can't let you get to the Church. This ends now.A1b
19020018AE6APlayer Default: The Institute's the problem. And the Brotherhood's in the best position to defeat them.{Disgusted, angry / Angry} So you're just giving up on us? Taking the easy way?B1a
1903{Vicious / Disgust} Forget it. I'm wasting my breath.Deacon: I can't let you get to the Church. This ends now.B1b
19040018AE69Player Default: It's complicated, Deacon.{Cold as death / Angry} Well, let me make this nice and simple, traitor.Deacon: I can't let you get to the Church. This ends now.X1a
19050018AE68Player Default: I was lying to them, Deacon. I'm not betraying the Railroad.{Angrily sharing his rationale / Angry} The only reason I've been cool with you working with the Brotherhood for so long is I thought you were playing the long con.Y1a
1906{Angry, fully thinks the player played him for a fool / Angry} But you've got their god-damned super weapon online. For all I know you tipped them off to our HQ's location, too.Y1b
1907{Doesn't believe it, angry / Angry} If by some miracle this was a game you've played it so well that you leave me no options.Deacon: I can't let you get to the Church. This ends now.Y1c
19080018ADFAPlayer Default: I'm wasting my breath.{At the end of this he attacks his friend / Somber} I can't let you get to the Church. This ends now.A1a
19090018ADF8{Incredibly angry / Angry} You sold us out to the Brotherhood. The fucking holier-than-thou Brotherhood.Deacon: Why would you betray us? Betray me?A1a

RRM01Edit

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1910RRM01_0100_Start0016A7CAPlayer Default: Sounds like an important mission.Anything involving Stockton is important.DrCarrington: It is. After Switchboard, we're so short-handed I have little choice but to throw you into the deep end.A2a
19110016A7C9Player Default: So, is there anyone you like?What, Carrington? He's just dripping with charm. People are lined up around the block to be his pal.DrCarrington: Oh, I wasn't aware we were competing for Congeniality awards. I thought we were rescuing synths. My mistake.B4a
19120016A7C7Player Default: What's a dead drop?{Sad} Ah, shit. I knew I forgot to tell you something.DrCarrington: Oh, dear lord. A dead drop is a mailbox with a railsign on it.Y1a
1913RRM01_0300_MeetingStockton0016A7D2Player Default: No one likes delays.Yeah, delays have a habit of creating all sorts of problems.OldManStockton: It's bad for business.A2a
19140016A7D1Player Default: You're talking about synths, right?{Irritated} Jesus.OldManStockton: Yes, I am talking about synths.B2a
19150016A7D0Player Default: A trader always has to move his merchandise efficiently.And we're all about making good trade routes.OldManStockton: Exactly.X2a
1916RRM01_0450_Highrise00184A03HighRise: What, it's been three whole months. You're getting slow.{Amused} I keep meaning to go to the face doctor but who has the time, right?HighRise: Word is the rookie cleared out the Switchboard, while you sat on the sidelines. Glad you joined the team, by the way.A1a

RRM02Edit

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1917RRM02_0100_InitialConversation00184A02Desdemona: We've hit a snag with Doctor Amari.{Defiant} If we're running an op for Amari, you got to spill the beans on what she does for us. He'll find out anyway.Desdemona: You've dealt with her before. But you may not know of the vital role she plays in our organization.A1a
1918Desdemona: We've hit a snag with Doctor Amari.{Defiant} If we're running an op for Amari, you got to spill the beans on what she does for us. She'll find out anyway.Desdemona: You've dealt with her before. But you may not know of the vital role she plays in our organization.A2a
1919RRM02_0350_GloryAtMalden000D00CAGlory: Gives me a chance to see what you and Deacon really get up to in the field.{Tongue-in-cheek, amused / Amused} Usually it's spa days and macrame, but hey, I'm up for some mayhem.Player Default: Let's do this, Glory.A1a
1920RRM02_0400_GloryAtEnd000D00B7Glory: Even you, D-Man.{Knowing it'll get Glory's goat / Amused} So group hug? Yes? No?Glory: *chuckle* Always the comedian.A1a
1921RRM02_Ambient03_KickingAss000D00BDGlory: And Deacon, you ain't so bad, either.{Mock gracious} Well, I aims to please.Glory: Really? Since when?A1a

RRR01bEdit

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1922RRR01b_ReceiveQuest00184A01QuestGiver: So she wants you to tackle this fool's errand.{Irritated} Ahh, Carrington. Always so classy.Player Default: If Blackbird's alive, I want to bring him back.A1a

RRR03Edit

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1923RRR03_0100a_FirstTimeStart00184A00PAM: The cache is hidden in compliance with Tactical Counter-Surveillance Protocols. This RFID device will locate and unlock the cache upon close proximity.{Irritated} Seriously? You're giving the "Rogue Variable" a plum mission like this? C'mon, PAM, what about me? It's like you don't trust me.PAM: Affirmative. Assigning Agent Deacon this mission has an unacceptable margin of error.A1a
1924001849FEPAM: Affirmative. Assigning Agent Deacon this mission has an unacceptable margin of error.Ouch. You really know how to hurt a guy.A1a
1925We call these missions milk and cookie runs. Fast and easy. That RFID thingy is pure gold.Player Default: Nice. That sounds pretty high tech.A1b

RRR04Edit

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1926RRR04_PAMStart001849FDPlayer Default: Agent's temperature is irrelevant to this conversation. Mission details commencing.Before you get into that, PAM. I have an idea.A1a
1927I'm just spit-balling here, let's call it... Casa del Deacon. No? Well, think about it.PAM: Running "Ignoring Agent Deacon" sub-routine. Resuming mission briefing.A1b

RRR05Edit

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1928RRR05_0100_QuestAccepted001849FBPlayer Default: I told Dez I could count on you.It always pays to humor the guy that keeps making the goodies.TinkerTom: I know, I know, I'm the crazy one, D-man. But at least I know how to tell the truth.A1a
1929001849FAPlayer Default: Well, I had to make the sensors multifunctional to get the op cleared.{Amused} Because Dez, you know, isn't insane.TinkerTom: Yeah, yeah, I'm crazy. But if you stick to your "conventional" thinking, like hell are you going to predict the Institute.B1a
1930001849F9Player Default: Give me details.{Friendly} Tom, I love you like a brother. But the short version, please.TinkerTom: The truth only comes in one flavor and length. Something maybe you could learn, D-man.X1a

UFOCrashQuestEdit

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1931UFOCrashQuestFlybyReaction0019A72EWhat in the hell is that?A5a
1932UFOCrashQuestImpactReaction0019A72CWe got to get to that crash site. Even if it means Tinker gets to say, "I told you so."A5a