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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1-0016D3D0{Walking through an abandoned parking lot. / Nervous} Something isn't right here...
20016D3CF{Walking through tunnels leading to the Institute. / Neutral} If the Institute was smart, they would have sealed this off a long time ago.
30016D3CC{Staring at an enormous bomb depot. / Surprised} There are enough bombs in this place to start another apocalypse.
40016D3CB{Looking at four missiles. Profanity cut off / Surprised} Holy sh... holy crap... are those... missiles?
50016D3CA{Looking at a massive metal pyramid. / Surprised} What the hell? Is that a... pyramid?
60016D3C9{Walking through an underground car park. / Stern} Reminder. Cars and bullets don't mix.
70016D3C7{Walking through a large penthouse. / Neutral} Railroad kind of painted themselves into a corner up here, didn't they?
80016D3C6{Walking through the crypt under a nice church. - first part is a shout / Amused} Tunnel snakes rule! *Laugh* Sorry, heard that a long time ago.
90016D3C5{Walking through a crumbling church. / Neutral} I wonder how many people came here seeking absolution when the bombs started falling.
100016D3C4{Standing on top of a very tall building. / Amused} Commonwealth almost looks peaceful from up here.
110016D3C3{Staring up at a very tall building. / Neutral} I can't believe this building hasn't toppled over by now.
120016D3C2{Walking through a comic store. / Neutral} If I could only find the issue where Mastadonald and Skullpocalypse teamed up to fight Grognak, I'd have a complete set.
130016D3C1{Walking through a TV studio with cheesy cardboard cutouts. / Neutral} So this is where they used to film the old Silver Shroud shows. I wish I could have seen them.
140016D3BF{Submarine engine turned on. / Irritated} Damn, that's a lot louder than I thought it would be.
150016D3BE{Walking into a massive engine room. / Neutral} Unless you want to start glowing, you might want to hang back.
160016D3BD{Walking through the bridge of a submarine. Quietly to the player. / Happy} This is great... I've always wanted to ride on one of these.
170016D3BB{Looking out a high window. / Irritated} This would be the perfect sniper's position if it wasn't for that stupid screen blocking the view.
180016D3BA{Looking at a drive-in movie screen. / Sarcastic} You think they'll kick us off the lot if we didn't buy a ticket?
190016D3B8{Walking into a perfectly pristine office. / Surprised} Looks like the war bypassed this place.
200016D3B7{Looking at a mechanical pony that way nearly crushed by a collapsed roof. / Surprised} Oh, it's one of those toy ponies. "Get Up Buttercake" or something like that.
210016D3B6{Walking through a large cemetery. / Neutral} They say leaving a cap on the gravestone of a friend or relative can bring you good luck. I say it's just a waste of a cap.
220016D3B4{Walking through an old water treatment plant that's sprung a leak. / Disgust} If I step on something brown and squishy, you're cleaning my boots.
230016D3B3{Walking into a small underground bunker. / Sarcastic} Well, this is cozy.
240016D3B2{Walking into a town overrun by Super Mutants. / Disgust} More Super Mutants? Agh. I'm getting sick of these green lunatics.
250016D3AF{Searching Henry David Thoreau's cabin. / Amused} Make sure you search the entire cabin Thoreau-ly. *Laughs* No?
260016D3AE{Walking into an old morgue. Smells awful. / Disgust} Welp, there goes my appetite.
270016D3AD{Walking through a very large hospital waiting room. / Amused} This looks cozy. How about I hang out here while you explore the building? No?
280016D3AC{Walking into a room with a support group-style ring of chairs. / Question} What was this place for... storytime or something?
290016D3AB{Walking into a large reactor room. / Nervous} You'll let me know if your Geiger starts clicking, right?
300016D3AA{Just saw a corpse get dragged through a hole in the ceiling. / Nervous} Uh, you saw that, right?
310016D3A9{Heard something large walking overhead. / Concerned} That would be a deathclaw, which means we should get the hell out of here.
320016D3A8{Walking through a training ground designed to look like the nuked world outside. / Sarcastic} The only thing missing from this playground is the radiation.
330016D3A7{Stumbled upon the entrance to a vault in a school basement. / Surprised} In the basement of a school? Vault-Tec was running out of ideas.
340016D3A6{Walking through a room full of excavation machinery. / Surprised} Wow, they must have been building this vault all the way up to the last second.
350016D3A5{Rare moment of tenderness. Falter at end / Somber} Hey, I'm really sorry. We don't have to be here if you don't want to... I... I'll leave you alone.
360016D3A4{Looking at the entrance to a massive vault. / Neutral} Never imagined we'd find a vault down here. Let's check it out.
370016D3A2{Walking through a church attic filled with theatrical set pieces. "Peer'-uh-muhs and thiz'-bee" / Amused} This reminds me of the time we tried to perform "Pyramus and Thisbe" in Little Lamplight. Yeah... that didn't really go over too well
380016D3A1{Walking through a ruined children's nursery. - saddened / Somber} *Sniff* It's nothing... just got something in my eye.
390016D3A0{Looking into a massive water-filled quarry. - rhetorical / Amused} I wonder how many years of rainfall it took to fill this quarry.
400016D39F{Talking to a robot the player just released from captivity. / Sarcastic} Brewing robot, huh? Maybe we could just borrow it for a little while.
410016D39D{Looking at some very sorry old beer brewing equipment. / Disgust} Ugh, gross. This place smells horrible. This might put me off drinking beer for a while.
420016D39C{Spotting a massive beer barrel. - puzzled / Puzzled} Gwinnett... Gwinnett... why is that name so familiar? I heard it back in the Capital Wasteland, but I can't remember why.
430016D39B{Looking at lifts leading into a care fighting ring. / Irritated} Tommy tried to get me to fight in the ring once. Almost took him up on it, too. Guess I missed my chance.
440016D39A{Looking at a cage fighting ring. / Amused} Oh man, I used to come here all time. I can't even tell you how many caps this dive sucked out of my pockets.
450016D399{Pleased after emptying a massive quarry of all its water. / Sarcastic} Now all we do is wait a few decades for the rain to refill the quarry, come back and start the process all over again.
460016D398{Observing the clean-up efforts done to make an old fortress habitable. / Amused} Nice. Very nice. All you need is a few throw pillows and some drapes and it'll be as good as new.
470016D397{Walking through the basement of an old fortress. / Irritated} It'll be a miracle if this whole building don't collapse right on top of us.
480016D396{Entering an area where it is readily obvious Mirelurks are present. / Disgust} Mirelurks are like the mole rats of the sea. Look what they did to this place.
490016D395{Finding a corpse eaten by bugs. / Amused} Raiders check in, but they don't check out.
500016D394{Approaching a very dangerous area. / Nervous} Wait, this the Common. We need to get the hell out of here... unless you like being killed.
510016D393{Noticing some well maintained barricades. - sarcasm / Sarcastic} Oh great, the Brotherhood of Steel. As if the day couldn't get any better.
520016D38E{Hearing an old military warning broadcast stuck on repeat. / Surprised} I bet that thing's been broadcasting the same message for the last two hundred years.
530016D38C{Walking through the largely intact remains of an airplane. / Disgust} I can't believe this airliner was stupid enough to be flying during the war.
540016D38B{Walking through a ruined warehouse. / Irritated} Oh come on. We have to pick through all this scrap? It's going to take all day.
550016D38A{Walking past areas of molten metal. - sarcasm / Sarcastic} Can someone crack a window? It's hot as hell in here.
560016D389{Encountering a raider with power armor. / Amused} Hey look, it's the Brotherhood of Squeal! *Laughs*
570016D388{Walking through a convalescence home, looking at all the folks dead in their beds. - somber / Somber} Wonder if these folks died of old age or baked when the rads hit.
580016D386{Joking while walking through a playground. / Amused} I'd call the slide first, but my tetanus shots are way out of date.
590016D385{Walking into a crumbling Ranger's cabin. / Neutral} When the bombs starting falling, I bet the last thing on this ranger's mind was forest fires.
600016D384{Spotting a power down military bot. / Concerned} Careful. These military 'bots have a mean temper when you tamper with "government property." I have the scars to prove it.
610016D380{Standing on a boardwalk. / Amused} All I want to know is where I can find some saltwater taffy.
620016D37F{Having sighted a collection of Raiders. / Amused} Raiders sure know how to keep you on your toes, don't you think?
630016D37E{Entering a building where pre-war folks were in the process of making an exit. / Neutral} These guys were sure in a hurry to get out of this building.
640016D37C{Staring at the skeleton of a little girl. / Somber} I... I can't look at this. Reminds me too much of the people I left behind.
650016D37B{Walking across a crumbling freeway. / Neutral} Great sniping position from up here.
660016D37A{Noticing that Quincy is overrun with Gunners. / Concerned} We're entering Gunners territory so we need to be careful. If I'm recognized they'll be going after me with a vengeance.
670016D378{Aftermath of a food riot / Neutral} People still fight over food like this. I guess nothing's changed.
680016D376{Walking inside a turbine. / Concerned} You sure it's safe to walk around in this turbine?
690016D374{Standing in a room full of generators. / Neutral} Just one of these generators could power a settlement. Too bad they're out of commission.
700016D373{Standing near a collection of buttons. / Amused} You think any of these buttons gets us out of here and gives us a whole bunch of caps for our trouble? Yeah, me neither.
710016D372{Making his way through gas. / InPain} *Coughing* This can't be good. Hope this stuff isn't lethal.
720016D371{Looking at extremely gruesome paintings. / Irritated} Oh, great. Thanks for the nightmare fuel.
730016D370{Finding the remains of an old camp. / Nervous} Maybe we should keep moving. Whatever rampaged through this campsite might come back.
740016D36E{Walking through a trailer park. / Amused} Always wanted my own trailer... it'd be midnight blue with a leopard-skin interior. Hey... it beats living in a cave.
750016D36D{Walking by a collection of old lakeside cabins. / Neutral} I'd love to see the ads for this place. "Quiet, cozy cabins with a lakeside view and in-room mirelurk service."
760016D36B{Walking through an old power station. / Surprised} I can still smell the ozone in the air. I wonder if that ever goes away.
770016D36A{Looking at a collection of houses that have been washed into the sea. / Amused} This might be a good time to invest in a boat.
780016D369{Looking at an old robot spewing "ocean facts." - mocking the situation / Irritated} *Yawn* Yup, this is really facinating. Can we stay longer?
790016D368{Walking through a shattered aquarium. / Nervous} I wonder if someone smashed these tanks in, or did something smash its way out?
800016D367{Walking into a torture chamber. / Neutral} Whoever this belongs to needs to find themselves a new hobby.
810016D365{Looking at a homemade nuclear weapon. / Nervous} Welp... that's the last thing I expected to find down here. Maybe we shouldn't touch anything.
820016D363{Walking through an operating theater. / Sarcastic} Can't we ever stumble into somewhere nice? You know... with flowers... bright colors?
830016D362{Inside a bank vault. / Neutral} Let's look around carefully. There has to be something valuable in here.
840016D361{He and the player have just, or in the process of, wiping out a hostile fort. / Disgust} Damn Gunners had this place locked down pretty tight.
850016D360{Walking through a destroyed town. / Angry} Institute turned this place into a slaughterhouse. Didn't leave a soul alive.
860016D35F{Occupying a sniper's nest after killing its occupant. / Neutral} The guy had good position, but there's no way he could have held us off.
870016D35E{Neutral} Got your rad chems handy? We're going to need them.
880016D35D{Looking at a belching radioactive geyser. / Amused} Well, that's a unique water feature.
890016D35B{Staring up at a massive lobby. / Surprised} I'd hate to fall from up there.
900016D359{Walking through an old subway station. / Neutral} Seen pictures of old stations like this, but never been in one before.
910016D358{Walking into an old fish processing plant. / Neutral} Let's pass on the fish. It gives me gas. You don't want that to happen.
920016D356{Livid after being trapped. / Angry} I can't believe we fell for that.
930016D355{Walking into a meat canning facility. / Disgust} Gross. People actually ate this stuff?
940016D353{Upon finding a surveillance room for a vast underground facility. / Disgust} Well that's pretty damn creepy. I bet they had no idea they were being watched.
950016D352{Entering the secret wing of a vault. / Disgust} Vault-Tec built all sorts of secret sections into their vaults. I don't even want to know what this one was for.
960016D351{Approaching a settlement. / Question} Had a contract in Libertalia once... Raiders were so stupid, I was able to bluff my way in.
970016D350{Looking out from the highest point over a community made of boats. / Amused} Wholesale slaughter on the high-seas. Would make a great story, wouldn't you say?
980016D34E{Approaching a highly irradiated lake. / Amused} I hope you're not thinking of swimming in that mess.
990016D34C{Standing in the lightroom of a lighthouse. / Disgust} I don't see the point. It's not like any ships are still sailing out there.
1000016D34B{Walking by an old radio station. / Amused} I miss the Capital Wasteland's radio... Three Dog was a hell of a DJ.
1010016D34A{Disappointed to find a rumored treasure is just an old time capsule full of junk. / Amused} So this is the treasure. *Laughs* Come on... it's almost too funny not to laugh about.
1020016D349{Walking through a highly secured basement. / Irritated} Maybe someone already found the treasure, and now they're hoarding it here.
1030016D347{Finding a cache of radioactive barrels in an old barn. / Neutral} I'm betting these were put here by those Children of Atom. They worship radiation like it was a god or something.
1040016D346{Looking at a semi-collapsed roof. / Sarcastic} Oh, of course the cookie aisle had to be the one that got crushed.
1050016D345{Walking by a body of a man eaten by Mirelurks. / Disbelief} This idiot was trying to pal around with a bunch of mirelurks?
1060016D344{Walking through a place where doctors experimented on patients. / Angry} What the hell is was wrong with these doctors? How could they just "switch off" their morality?!
1070016D342{Inside a highly irradiated crater. / Sarcastic} Oh great... a new source of ferals. It's just what the Commonwealth needed.
1080016D340{Standing atop the highest building in a flooded district. / Amused} I can see my house from here. Sorry... I always wanted to say that.
1090016D33F{Walking through a school library with skylights. / Amused} All these books, and not even a single issue of Grognak?
1100016D33E{Walking across a crane being used as a drawbridge. / Amused} Now how did a gang as stupid as the Gunners figure out something so clever?
1110016D33D{Walking through a robot showroom. / Neutral} I don't suppose they have a spare sentinel 'bot we could pick up while we're here.
1120016D33C{Coming across a group of Raiders who've been eaten by Ghouls. / Amused} Yum... looks like the ferals had themselves a little Raider feast.
1130016D33A{Walking through a room filled with machine parts. / Neutral} I know a few guys who could build anything out of these parts.
1140016D339{Walking into an ambush. / Nervous} I don't like this... not one bit.
1150016D338{Entering a well-put together military command center. / Somber} All this high-tech equipment, and they still couldn't figure out how stupid it was to push the button.
1160016D337{Walking into a blood donation fridge. / Neutral} It's going to be tough finding anyone who trusts these blood packs. Who knows how long they've been sitting here?
1170016D336{Observing a group of people who have turned an old pool into a cranberry bog. / Amused} Would've been nicer if this was still a swimming pool.
1180016D335{Watching a group of greaser race suits of power armor. / Amused} This is just about the coolest thing I've ever seen.
1190016D333{Walking under a nicely domed ceiling. / Neutral} This must have been a great place to relax before everything went to hell.
1200016D332{Walking through the writer's room of a news facility. / Somber} I wonder how many of these people stayed to report the news when the bombs started falling.
1210016D331{Walking through a Mirelurk den. / Disgust} Suddenly I just lost my appetite for seafood.
1220016D330{Walking through a robot training facility. / Irritated} Looks like some kind of robot training camp or something.
1230016D32F{Walking through a bowling alley. / Neutral} I've heard of this sport. You're supposed to roll a ball down these lanes and knock over those pins. Weird.
1240016D32E{Looking at a giant statue of a robot. / Irritated} This must have been built by the company that made those annoying robots.
1250016D32D{Walking into an armory in an abandoned club's hall. / Neutral} Take everything you can carry.
1260016D32B{Looking at a pile of miniature nukes. - play with this one (have fun with it) / Happy} Oooo. MacCready like big boom.
1270016D32A{Puzzled while looking at a functioning train. / Puzzled} I wonder where this train is headed? I doubt there's much track left for it to run on.
1280016D329{Walking through a flooded town. / Sarcastic} I hope all these people had flood insurance.
1290016D326{Looking down into a very large basement. / Amused} Well, well. Looks like we stumbled into an old government dirty little secret.
1300016D324{Looking at hanging sacks of meat. / Disgust} This place used to be a market before the Great War. Now I wouldn't eat in here if you paid me.
1310016D323{Walking through sewers. / Irritated} If Concord's above us, what the hell are we doing down here?
1320016D322{Can hear a Deathclaw sleeping nearby. / Amused} Never caught a Deathclaw sleeping before.
1330016D321{Finding a highly fortified house. / Neutral} I think the answers we're looking for are inside that house.
1340016D320{Walking through a surprisingly quiet neighborhood. / Nervous} Perfectly nice houses, and no one living in them. That's not a good sign.
1350016D31F{Walking through a former dry dock. / Neutral} This city was in love with the water. There are boats and docks all over the Commonwealth.
1360016D31E{Entering the robot "stables" at a race track. / Happy} I wonder what would happen if we tinkered with some of these things.
1370016D31D{Genuinely happy. Approaching an active race track. / Happy} This is the best use of robots I've ever seen. Who knew they could be so much fun?
1380016D31C{Walking through a set of torture rooms in an abandoned school. - irony / Sarcastic} I know students thought school was torture, but this is taking it a little too far.
1390016D31B{Staring into a creepy water hole in a small cave. / Nervous} Something tells me that hole shouldn't be there.
1400016D31A{Staring into a deep hole in a quarry. - annoyed / Irritated} Don't tell me we're going all the way down there.
1410016D318{Walking through a dead garden in an abandoned insane asylum. / Sarcastic} A creepy garden, splendid. Now the nightmare motiff is complete.
1420016D317{Walking through an abandoned high tech lab. / Puzzled} I don't like this one bit. What the hell's all this science junk doing here?
1430016D316{Walking through an abandoned insane asylum. / Sarcastic} Hey, this place doesn't look so bad. Some paint, a few throw rugs and it'll be as good as new.
1440016D315{Looking a pile of old boats. / Sarcastic} Well, this is a quaint little mess.
1450016D314{A ship that was stuck in a building is now stuck in another building. / Sarcastic} Oh yeah... that ship looks way better over there.
1460016D313{Looking at a ship stuck in the side of a building. / Amused} Welp... any landing you can walk away from...
1470016D312{Looking at an enemy wearing a mascot head. / Amused} Next thing you know, we're going to see Super Mutants wearing sailor's hats on their heads.
1480016D311{Dropping through a hole in the ceiling. / Amused} Well, this is one way to avoid paying at the turnstiles.
1490016D310{Walking into a basement where a group of Ghouls have been eating corpses. / Angry} Hope you guys saved room for dessert!
1500016D30F{Observing a settlement set up in a nuke crater. - sarcasm / Sarcastic} I would love to read the real estate brochure for this place.
1510016D30E{Observing a tunnel guarded by hostiles. / Amused} I wonder why those clowns are guarding the tunnel?
1520016D30D{Walking through a crumbling car assembly plant. / Amused} No fuchsia with a lime green interior? Damn, they never have them in the color you want.
1530016D30C{Looking at a group of Super Mutants wearing sailors hats. / Amused} Isn't that cute... the mutants think they're in the navy.
1540016D30B{A tugboat stuck between the two sides of a drawbridge. - joking / Amused} Whoever hit that tugboat with the bridge needs to learn how to drive.
1550016D30A{Looking at an overturned boat in the middle of a reservoir. / Concerned} I'm going to guess that we don't want to know what's under that rowboat.
1560016D309{Disgusted by smell. Walking into an old school library filled with Mutants. / Disgust} Oh... god... I think I'm going to be sick.
1570016D308{Looking at dangling sacks of meat in a school cafeteria. / Sarcastic} Hey, look! It's today's special. Yum.
1580016D307{Looking at an amphitheater. / Amused} Let's check out the t-shirt stand before we leave.
1590016D303{Walking through a destroyed laboratory. / Nervous} Something in here went "kaboom." Maybe we shouldn't touch anything...
1600016D302What the heck's with all this science junk? Something isn't right here.
1610016D301{Walking around a fastidiously maintained home. / Puzzled} Whoever lives here must have made a deal with the devil.
1620016D300{Looking at a large obelisk monument with multiple sections knocked out of it. / Amused} You think that's impressive, you should see the one in downtown Washington D.C.
1630016D2FF{Walking through a farm that was overrun by monsters. / Somber} This place really got worked over. I wonder if anyone managed to escape.
1640016D2FE{Walking through the vast Boston Public Library. - sarcasm / Sarcastic} Let's be careful. No human being would possibly pile books this way.
1650016D2FD{Looking at a lion statue outside the Boston public library. / Amused} Lion statues, huh? Great way to scare the kids.
1660016D2FC{Walking through an underground basketball court in the former mayor of Boston's bomb shelter. / Irritated} We used to have a hoop setup in Little Lamplight until Eclair broke the darn thing.
1670016D2FB{Walking through a very large atrium. / Neutral} Let's not stand out in the open too long. I kind of feel like a moving target.
1680016D2F9{body remains / Sarcastic} Looks like this one took the easy way out.
1690016D2F8{Walking through a brewery. / Neutral} I bet we don't even find a drop in the whole place. Damn shame.
1700016D2F7{Looking at a fountain decked out with a variety of lions and naked women. / Amused} Should I throw a cap in and make a wish?
1710016D2F6{Exploring a ruined department store - making a joke / Amused} Hurry, I heard they had a two-for-one sale in the men's department!
1720016D2F4{Entering an old speakeasy filled with hostile enemies. / Amused} I've been to a few dive bars in my day, but this one's got them all beat.
1730016D2F3{Reading a large, plaque on the floor of an abandoned spy agency. / Stern} Defense Intelligence Agency. Heck of a lot of good they did.
1740016D2F2{Walking into a room filled with guns and drugs. / Happy} Woah... looks like it's party time.

AO_Companion_BarEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
175AO_Companion_Bar_Cooke0016E93F{a bit nervous... they don't like you at this bar / Nervous} Oh, uh... if we're stopping here, let's make it quick, okay?Bartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.A8a
1760016E93EBartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.{Nervous} Come on, give me a break. How was I supposed to know that the dealer buried his caps? I mean, who the hell does that?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.A8a
1770016E93DBartender: 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.{Confident} Tell you what... I'll make it up to you. Just give me some time.A7a
1780016E93CmyActor: Quaint little place they've got here... I like it.{nervous / Nervous} Heh... oh hey there, Henry.Bartender: Nothing but the best for someone as lovely as you, my dear.A7a
179AO_Companion_Bar_Deezer0016E933{Irritated} Another robot drink vendor? Hope this one doesn't just sell noodles.Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!A7a
1800016E932Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!{drawn-out like "aaaand?" (waiting for more info)} And?Bartender: There are no alcoholic additives or artifical preservatives of any kind! Only good old-fashioned cold refreshment!A7a
1810016E931Bartender: There are no alcoholic additives or artifical preservatives of any kind! Only good old-fashioned cold refreshment!{Irritated} Sigh. Doesn't anyone program normal robot bartenders anymore?A7a
1820016E930myActor: Is that a robot... sellin' drinks?{Question} Hey there. What's on the menu?Bartender: Why, nothing but the most refreshing, delicious lemonade you've ever tasted!A7a
183AO_Companion_Bar_Generic0016E94EmyActor: I could use a little pick-me-up.{Question} Hey there. You happen to know how to make a Dirty Warhead?A6a
1840016CBE4{Amused} Wow, I could really use a drink.A7a
1850016CBE3{Amused} Start with some Nuka-Cola Quantum, add some vodka, whiskey and gin. Shake it and finish with a splash of radscorpion venom.A6a
1860016CBE2{Amused} No, no, no. Insane would be asking for a double.A6a
187AO_Companion_Bar_Savoldi0016E92D{Surprised} Son-of-a... is that Joe Savoldi?Bartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.A7a
1880016E92CBartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.{Amused} Nah. I quit doing that a long time ago. It never paid enough, and I hated being a sitting duck.Bartender: Well... it appears I finally have a customer who wants to show a little class.A7a
1890016E92BBartender: Well... it appears I finally have a customer who wants to show a little class.{Grateful} I'll keep that in mind, Joe. Thanks.A7a
1900016E92AmyActor: Oh, they have a bar down here?{Happy} Joe! How the heck are you?!Bartender: You came to the right place, darling. I've got the best vodka money can buy.A7a
191AO_Companion_Bar_Takahashi0016E927{Impressed} Have you ever had this guy's noodles? They're amazing.Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A7a
1920016E926myActor: Be right back, gonna grab a quick drink.{Amused} What's up, Taka? Set me up with some of your shima... uh, shimichanga... errr, whatever they're called.Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A7a
1930016E925Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?{Amused} Yeah, yeah... that's the stuff.Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?A7a
1940016E924Bartender: Nan-ni shimasho-ka?{Amused} You're damn right I'll take two servings.A7a
195AO_Companion_Bar_Vadim0016E94B{happy to be there / Amused} Oh man, I love this place. Vadim is a character.Bartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.A7a
1960016E94ABartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.{suddenly depressed (dead wife was asked about) / Somber} No... she didn't make it, Vadim.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.A7a
1970016E949Bartender: Record is mine. Fourteen shots in less than two minutes. If you beat, I give them to you free. You lose, you pay double.{still somber, but cheering up at end / Grateful} Thanks. You were always a real stand-up kind of guy, Vadim. Let's drink.A7a
1980016E948myActor: Oh... this place looks interestin'.{warm greeting with teasing / Amused} Vadim! Still killing people with your moonshine?Bartender: Bobrov's Best. Is greatest moonshine ever to cross lips, lapochka. Very strong though. Two shots, you pass out on floor... guaranteed.A7a
199AO_Companion_Bar_Wellingham0016E945{Amused} I never get tired of coming to the Taphouse.Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A6a
2000016E944Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.{Question} Aw come on, Wellingham, you remember my usual, don't you?Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.A6a
2010016E943Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.{with a wink / Happy} Hey, when you pour them as well as you do, I don't need to try something new.A6a
2020016E942myActor: Okay, please tell me this robot bartender knows how to pour a drink.{Question} Heya, Wellingham, how are you, buddy?Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A6a
203AO_Companion_Bar_Whitechapel0016E939{Worried} All right, let me do all the talking in here.Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?A6a
2040016E938Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?{Nervous} Yup. A hundred caps, right? Got it all right here.Bartender: I wouldn't take it too hard. I know Tommy, and I'm betting he's got your best interests at heart.A6a
2050016E937Bartender: I wouldn't take it too hard. I know Tommy, and I'm betting he's got your best interests at heart.{sarcasm / Sarcastic} Yeah, yeah... you're all heart, Whitechapel.A6a
2060016E936myActor: I know this place.{Amused} Whitey! How are you?Bartender: Miss Cait. I thought you were fighting at the Combat Zone. Whatcha doing here, love?A6a

AO_Companion_LoiterSearchEdit

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207AO_Companion_LoiterSearch_Scene000F4AC7{Neutral} Hmm, this looks promising.A11a
208{Amused} Drumroll, please.A12a
209{Question} What do we have here?A13a
210000F4AC6{as in "I can't do that, because the thing you asked me to open is locked" / Irritated} Yeah, I'm not getting in there.A11a
211{as in "I can't do that, because the thing you asked me to open is locked" / Irritated} No way. It's locked.A12a
212{as in "I can't do that, because the thing you asked me to open is locked" / Irritated} I can't... it's sealed up tight.A13a
213{Found a hunk of armor in a container. / Neutral} Oh good, got some armor.A37a
214{Found a hunk of armor in a container. / Neutral} Found some armor.A38a
215{Found a hunk of armor in a container. / Neutral} Can't go wrong with armor.A39a
216{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Neutral} Found some Stims if you need them.A67a
217{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Neutral} Oh, great! Stims are pretty useful.A68a
218{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Neutral} Stims in this thing.A69a
219{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Happy} Got some chems here.A97a
220{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Happy} I see chems, but not much else.A98a
221{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Happy} Chems useful to you? Got some here.A99a
222{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Found some food here.A126a
223{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Got some food for you in this thing.A127a
224{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Found some grub.A128a
225{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Just found some water in here.A156a
226{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Nothing much in here but some water.A157a
227{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} If you're thirsty, I just found some water.A158a
228{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Happy} Heck yeah! Found some booze.A186a
229{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Happy} Hey, there's liquor in here.A187a
230{scrounging in a container, calling over to player. / Happy} Hope you're ready to party... just scrounged up some liquor.A188a
231{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Got some spare ammo in this one.A215a
232{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Oh, good... we can always use more ammo.A216a
233{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} We're in luck. Found some ammo.A217a
234{Happy to find some weapons. / Happy} This weapon should come in handy.A245a
235{Happy to find some weapons. / Happy} Hey, found a weapon in here.A246a
236{Happy to find some weapons. / Happy} Got a firearm in here.A247a
237{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Hey, not a bad haul.A273a
238{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} This stuff shoud help us out.A274a
239{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Neutral} Not bad. Check this out.A275a
240{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Irritated} Bah... this wasn't even worth our time.A310a
241{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Irritated} Unless you're suddenly into collecting junk, you might want to skip this.A311a
242{scrounging in a container, calling over to player / Irritated} Nothing but scrap in here.A312a

BoS100Edit

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243BoS100_02_SceneMain001698E2Player Default: I'll continue to help, but you owe me an explanation first.I don't think you want to get mixed up with these Brotherhood clowns.BoS100Danse: Very well.A7a
244001698E1Player Default: At this rate, you'll be dead within two days. And I want no part of it.Yeah, we're better off staying far away from these Brotherhood clowns.BoS100Danse: Then there's no need for you to remain here.B8a
245001698E0Player Default: That all depends. How much are you paying?I don't know... caps or no caps, I don't trust these guys.BoS100Danse: So you're a mercenary. Typical. Fine. You help us, and I'll see you're compensated for your services.X6a

BoS101Edit

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246BoS101SceneStage360001698DAPlayer Default: I'd be honored to join.{trying to downplay / SinisterSmile} I suppose it couldn't hurt to let these guys back us up once in a while.BoS101Danse: That's what I wanted to hear.A7a
247001698D9Player Default: No, I need to move on.I don't know, I think we're missing out here. These guys have access to some serious firepower.BoS101Danse: That's a shame.B7a
248001698D8Player Default: I don't know.Hooking up with the Brotherhood has its advantages, you might want to think about it.BoS101Danse: It's a big decision, so I understand your hesitation.X7a

BoS201Edit

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249BoS201_00_PrydwenArrives0016AC57{a huge airship passes overhead / Surprised} Son-of-a... it's the goddamn Brotherhood of Steel. What the hell are they doing here?A7a
250BoS201_01_DanseStage20001698D6Player Default: Going to be a quick war with that thing on our side.{Concerned} I'll say... that thing must be packed with troops and enough firepower to level Diamond City if it wanted.BoS201Danse: That's the plan.A7a
251001698D5Player Default: After rolling that thing in, you've certainly started a war.{Concerned} The Commonwealth's never going to be the same, that's for sure.BoS201Danse: If history's proven anything, it's that an overwhelming show of force has a chance of halting a conflict before it begins.B7a
252BoS201_07_MaxsonStage140001698D2Player Default: I refuse to allow the mistakes of the past to be repeated.{cynical / Angry} Who gives a damn about this world anymore? It's long passed done.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.A7a
253001698D1Player Default: I'm a bit surprised that you don't realize that by now.{getting frustrated / Irritated} And I'm a bit surprised you haven't forgotten what happened a few hundred years ago. That was interference by man. Didn't go well.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.B7a
254001698D0Player Default: Turning your weapons on the very same people that you're trying to save can be a bitter pill to swallow.Do whatever you want... I'll just sit back and watch the fireworks.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.X7a
255001698CFPlayer Default: The difference is our war won't reduce civilization to ashes.{Worried} I don't like the sound of that. Maybe we should stay out of this war.Player Default: Don't worry, I'm convinced.Y8a

BoS202Edit


COMMacCreadyEdit

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256BoS202_01_MaxsonStage10001698CEPlayer Default: The Brotherhood cannot allow those abominations to have a nuclear arsenal at their fingertips.Wiping out anything that moves is one of my specialties.BoS202Maxson: Now... we have a vertibird on standby, fully armed and ready to depart.A7a
257001698CDPlayer Default: If we leave Fort Strong unchecked, we have a potential security threat on our hands.Let's consider the Super Mutants target practice for now, okay?BoS202Maxson: Now... we have a vertibird on standby, fully armed and ready to depart.B8a
258BoS202_02_DanseStage100001698CAPlayer Default: I wish all of mankind shared your sentiment.So kill them all before they kill you first? I can get behind that.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.A7a
259001698C9Player Default: Have you taken leave of your senses?Uh, last time I looked, "everyone else" wasn't huge, green and trying to smash me with boulders.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.B8a
260001698C8Player Default: Well, it's good to see you dealt with them the Brotherhood way.I just look at it as survival of the fittest. They wanted to kill us, but we were better. End of story.BoS202Danse: These monstrosities are just another example of man blindly taking a step forward only to wind up stumbling two steps back.X6a
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307COMMacCready_01_NeutralToFriendship0011CD64{Friendly} Nice to be on the open road. Goodneighbor was starting to wear out its welcome.Player Default: Sounds like you had a rough time of it back there.A
308{Friendly} Nice to be on the open road. Goodneighbor was starting to wear out its welcome.Player Default: Sounds like you had a rough time of it back there.A
3090011CD63Player Default: Sounds like you had a rough time of it back there.{Surprised} Rough? That's putting it mildly.MacCready: Let's put it this way. Can't get much rest when you're sleeping with one eye open.A1a
3100011CD62Player Default: Let's talk about this some other time.{Irritated} Eh, suit yourself.MacCready: Let's put it this way. Can't get much rest when you're sleeping with one eye open.B1a
3110011CD61Player Default: I never lived there, so I wouldn't know.{Amused} And you're better off for it. Trust me.MacCready: Let's put it this way. Can't get much rest when you're sleeping with one eye open.X1a
3120011CD60Player Default: What makes you say that?{Irritated} Goodneighbor was a good place to look for work, but a crappy place to hang your hat.MacCready: Let's put it this way. Can't get much rest when you're sleeping with one eye open.Y1a
3130011CD5BPlayer Default: Rough? That's putting it mildly.{Confident} Let's put it this way. Can't get much rest when you're sleeping with one eye open.A1a
314{Confident} Still, it was the best place for me to set up shop.A1b
315{Concerned} Diamond City's goons would have run me out of town and wandering the Commonwealth alone isn't the brightest plan when you're hard up for caps.Player Default: Caps aren't worth risking your life.A1c
3160011CD5APlayer Default: Caps aren't worth risking your life.{Irritated} Easy for you to say. But right now, I need every cap I can get.Player Default: I hope you aren't in trouble.A1a
3170011CD59Player Default: Caps are pretty important.{Impressed} You're goddamn right they are... and right now, I need every cap I can get.Player Default: I hope you aren't in trouble.B1a
3180011CD58Player Default: In times like these, caps make little sense.{Irritated} They might make little sense to you, but right now, I need every cap I can get.Player Default: I hope you aren't in trouble.X1a
3190011CD57Player Default: Setting up shop? What do you mean?{Confident} I needed somewhere to hang out so that people could find me when they required my services.Y1a
320{Confident} The folks in Goodneighbor tended not to ask too many questions which suited my needs.Y1b
321{re-record / Confident} So, I made a deal with Hancock and started waiting for the caps to roll in.Player Default: Caps aren't worth risking your life.Y1c
3220011CD52Player Default: I hope you aren't in trouble.{Thinking} No, not really... but...MacCready: I don't usually go around sharing stuff like this, but you've been pretty straight with me, so I'm going to be straight with you.A1a
3230011CD51Player Default: I'm not paying you a single cap more than we agreed.{Apologetic} I'm not trying to gouge you for more caps.MacCready: I don't usually go around sharing stuff like this, but you've been pretty straight with me, so I'm going to be straight with you.B1a
3240011CD50Player Default: Sounds pretty bad.{Confident} I guess you could say that.MacCready: I don't usually go around sharing stuff like this, but you've been pretty straight with me, so I'm going to be straight with you.X1a
3250011CD4FPlayer Default: Are caps really that important to you?{Concerned} I don't have much of a choice.MacCready: I don't usually go around sharing stuff like this, but you've been pretty straight with me, so I'm going to be straight with you.Y1a
3260011CD4APlayer Default: No, not really... but...{audible sigh before / Confident} I don't usually go around sharing stuff like this, but you've been pretty straight with me, so I'm going to be straight with you.A1a
327{MacCready almost says "asshole" then checks himself and corrects it. This is story relevant. / Irritated} It's those two assh... those two idiots you saw me talking to at the Third Rail, Winlock and Barnes.A1b
328{Irritated} They've been hounding me for months and it's been driving off clients. No one wants to touch me once they learn I used to run with the Gunners.A1c
329{Confident} And I figured if I could get enough caps together, maybe I could buy them out.Player Default: I wouldn't trust those guys, even if you paid them off.A1d
3300011CD49Player Default: I wouldn't trust those guys, even if you paid them off.{You agree with what Player just said - and it worries you / Concerned} Yeah... I'm right there with you.MacCready: Winlock and Barnes have a small army of Gunners with them at all times.A1a
3310011CD48Player Default: Just kill them and be done with it.{Irritated} If it was that simple, I would have done it already.MacCready: Winlock and Barnes have a small army of Gunners with them at all times.B1a
3320011CD47Player Default: Your plan seems to make sense.{Worried} Well, it might be, but even if I round up enough caps, I'm not sure how I'm going to pull it off.MacCready: Winlock and Barnes have a small army of Gunners with them at all times.X1a
3330011CD46Player Default: How many caps do you need?{Concerned} I'm not sure. Honestly, that's not even what concerns me the most.Y1a
334{Confident} I'm wondering how I'm going to pull it off.MacCready: Winlock and Barnes have a small army of Gunners with them at all times.Y1b
3350011CD41Player Default: Yeah... I'm right there with you.{Confident} Winlock and Barnes have a small army of Gunners with them at all times.A1a
336{Concerned} They might decide to just keep the caps and put a bullet in my head for good measure.A1b
337{Concerned} If I set up a place to meet them, I'm sure they'd roll in with everyone they've got.A1c
338{trail off, you're thinking aloud to yourself / Thinking} Unless...A1d
339{SinisterSmile} Maybe you and I could pay them a little visit and put an end to them before they realize what's going on.A1e
340{Sarcastic} And before you get that look on your face, let me just say that I wouldn't even be asking if I didn't trust you.Player Default: If you need my help, I'm there.A1f
3410011CD40Player Default: If you need my help, I'm there.{Surprised} Wow... I don't know what to say.MacCready: Truth is, I haven't been able to rely on anyone since I was a kid.A1a
3420011CD3FPlayer Default: I don't know, this sounds dangerous.{Irritated} If I didn't think you could handle it, I wouldn't have asked.MacCready: Truth is, I haven't been able to rely on anyone since I was a kid.B1a
3430011CD3EPlayer Default: I'm not sure, let me think about it.{Apologetic} Yeah, I figured this might throw you for a loop.MacCready: Truth is, I haven't been able to rely on anyone since I was a kid.X1a
3440011CD3DPlayer Default: Is there any other way to handle this?{Irritated} If there was, I would have done it already.Y1a
345{Irritated} To be honest, even if they took the money, there's no guarantee that they wouldn't change their minds later.Y1b
346{punch "and" / Irritated} Then I'd be completely broke and on the run.Player Default: If you need my help, I'm there.Y1c
3470011CD38Player Default: Wow... I don't know what to say.{Somber} Truth is, I haven't been able to rely on anyone since I was a kid.A1a
348{Irritated} Everyone I've met has either tried to rip me off or plant a knife in my back.A1b
349{Grateful} But you. You're different. We see eye-to-eye on almost everything.A1c
350{Grateful} And I have a funny feeling you actually care about what happens to me. That's why I asked for your help.MacCready: I'll tell you what. I'm going to make this easy on you.A1d
3510011CD37MacCready: And I have a funny feeling you actually care about what happens to me. That's why I asked for your help.{Confident} I'll tell you what. I'm going to make this easy on you.A1a
352{Confident} If you feel like helping me with this, head over to the Mass Pike Interchange and we'll take them down.A1b
353{Friendly} If you don't, I'm not going to hold it against you.A1c
354{Friendly} Either way, thanks for hearing me out. It's nice to know that you care.A1d
355COMMacCready_02_FriendshipToAdmiration0011CD64{Friendly} So, you impressed yet? I told you I was a damn good shot.Player Default: Actually, I'm quite impressed.A
356{Friendly} So, you impressed yet? I told you I was a damn good shot.Player Default: Actually, I'm quite impressed.A
3570011CD0CPlayer Default: Actually, I'm quite impressed.{a little ego built in / Grateful} Yeah... I thought you might be.MacCready: I'm completely self-taught, you know. Picked up a sniper rifle when I was ten and I never looked back.A1a
3580011CD0BPlayer Default: Maybe this could wait. I'm busy right now.{a bit annoyed / Irritated} No problem. Wasn't really important anyway.MacCready: I'm completely self-taught, you know. Picked up a sniper rifle when I was ten and I never looked back.B1a
3590011CD0APlayer Default: I don't know, I haven't really noticed.{irritated player didn't notice / Irritated} Oh come on.X1a
360{Irritated} You've got skills... I'm sure you know talent when you see it.Player Default: Actually, I'm quite impressed.X1b
361Player Default: I don't know, I haven't really noticed.{rhetorical question / Confident} There you go. That wasn't too hard to admit, was it?MacCready: I'm completely self-taught, you know. Picked up a sniper rifle when I was ten and I never looked back.X2a
3620011CD09Player Default: Is there a reason that you're bringing this up?{trying to reassure player / Friendly} I'm not trying to gouge you for extra caps, if that's what you're thinking.Y1a
363{Grateful} I just thought you deserved to know a little more about me.MacCready: I'm completely self-taught, you know. Picked up a sniper rifle when I was ten and I never looked back.Y1b
3640011CD08Player Default: Yeah... I thought you might be.{Impressed} I'm completely self-taught, you know. Picked up a sniper rifle when I was ten and I never looked back.A1a
365{Question} Always thought it was smarter to hit my targets at long range. I mean, why take chances, right?A1b
366{make last statement a bit ominous, it's a tough place to grow up / Irritated} Besides, I had to come up with every trick in the book to survive the Capital Wasteland.Player Default: I can't imagine how difficult it must have been out there.A1c
3670011CD07Player Default: I can't imagine how difficult it must have been out there.{Confident} Well, at least I wasn't alone.MacCready: Lived underground in a place called Little Lamplight with a bunch of other kids. Left there when I was around sixteen.A1a
3680011CD06Player Default: Getting into gunfights at that age was foolish.{Confident} It wasn't so bad. It's not like I was alone.MacCready: Lived underground in a place called Little Lamplight with a bunch of other kids. Left there when I was around sixteen.B1a
3690011CD05Player Default: I'm sure your parents were thrilled about your hobby.{Confident} Never knew my parents.MacCready: Lived underground in a place called Little Lamplight with a bunch of other kids. Left there when I was around sixteen.X1a
3700011CD04Player Default: What were you doing in the Capital Wasteland?{Confident} I was born there.MacCready: Lived underground in a place called Little Lamplight with a bunch of other kids. Left there when I was around sixteen.Y1a
3710011CCFFPlayer Default: Well, at least I wasn't alone.{Confident} Lived underground in a place called Little Lamplight with a bunch of other kids. Left there when I was around sixteen.A1a
372{Concerned} We kind of had a policy there... no adults. When you were sixteen, you packed up and left.A1b
373{Friendly} I know it sounds crazy, but having adults around was something we couldn't trust.Player Default: Pretty brave, a bunch of kids living alone like that.A1c
3740011CCFEPlayer Default: Pretty brave, a bunch of kids living alone like that.{Confident} I don't know. Looking back on the whole thing, I think we were just lucky.MacCready: Anyway, when I hit sixteen, I ended up wandering the Capital Wasteland for a while.A1a
3750011CCFDPlayer Default: That sounds ridiculous.{a bit insulted / Irritated} Maybe, but it kept the colony alive for a couple hundred years.MacCready: Anyway, when I hit sixteen, I ended up wandering the Capital Wasteland for a while.B1a
3760011CCFCPlayer Default: Makes sense, I suppose.{Disgust} Nothing makes sense anymore. You just roll with the punches.MacCready: Anyway, when I hit sixteen, I ended up wandering the Capital Wasteland for a while.X1a
3770011CCFBPlayer Default: How could a bunch of kids survive without help?{Confident} Everyone pulled their own weight.Y1a
378{Confident} Just like a colony you'd find anywhere, we all had our designated jobs and we watched each other's backs.Y1b
379{Amused} Can you believe I was actually the mayor for a while? Me? Crazy, I know.Player Default: Pretty brave, a bunch of kids living alone like that.Y1c
3800011CCF6Player Default: I don't know. Looking back on the whole thing, I think we were just lucky.{Confident} Anyway, when I hit sixteen, I ended up wandering the Capital Wasteland for a while.A1a
381{Concerned} I took the odd job here and there, but things were pretty hot with the Brotherhood of Steel running the show.A1b
382{Confident} So I hitched a ride with a caravan and made my way north until I ended up here.A1c
383{Irritated} Made a pretty decent name for myself before I heard that the Gunners needed some sharpshooters. Biggest mistake of my life.A1d
384{Disgust} They were animals. Killed anything that moved if it got in their way.A1e
385{Disgust} I went with it for a while, because the caps were good. But, I dunno, I guess it started to catch up with me... so I quit.A1f
386{Friendly} Which pretty much brings us to now. So there you have it, my whole life in a nutshell.Player Default: Thanks for sharing that with me.A1g
3870011CCF5Player Default: Thanks for sharing that with me.{Friendly} We'll, you've earned it.MacCready: Look, I know I tend to be a pain in the ass... I mean, I know I tend to be arrogant and I come off like I want to be alone.A1a
3880011CCF4Player Default: That's more about you than I ever needed to know.{Surprised} Well, I still felt like you deserved to hear it.MacCready: Look, I know I tend to be a pain in the ass... I mean, I know I tend to be arrogant and I come off like I want to be alone.B1a
3890011CCF3Player Default: That's an interesting story.{Friendly} Interesting or not, I felt like you deserved to know who you were traveling with.MacCready: Look, I know I tend to be a pain in the ass... I mean, I know I tend to be arrogant and I come off like I want to be alone.X1a
3900011CCF2Player Default: Sounds like the road can be a lonely place... until you meet someone to share it with.{you've been unexpectedly flirted with for first time / Surprised} I... well, I never thought of it that way.Y1a
391{Happy} Maybe that's why I feel so comfortable telling you all of this.MacCready: Look, I know I tend to be a pain in the ass... I mean, I know I tend to be arrogant and I come off like I want to be alone.Y1b
392Player Default: Sounds like the road can be a lonely place... until you meet someone to share it with.{puzzled why Player is flirting with you - negative / Surprised} Yeah... I suppose you could say that, but it wasn't really my point.MacCready: Look, I know I tend to be a pain in the ass... I mean, I know I tend to be arrogant and I come off like I want to be alone.Y2a
3930011CCEDPlayer Default: We'll, you've earned it.{MacCready slips and says "ass" then checks himself. This is story relevant. / Somber} Look, I know I tend to be a pain in the ass... I mean, I know I tend to be arrogant and I come off like I want to be alone.A1a
394{Somber} Nothing could be further from the truth. Being alone scares the heck out of me.A1b
395{Somber} Now that we've been traveling together for a while, I'm beginning to realize how much I missed having someone I could depend on.A1c
396{Confident} I just wanted you to know that I'm going to do everything I can to see that it stays this way.A1d
397{Happy} Well, that's all I had to say. Hope you got something out of all that. I know I did.A1e
398COMMacCready_03_AdmirationtoConfidant0013652CPlayer Default: We're friends. No thanks necessary.{Friendly} Well, I wanted to say it anyway.MacCready: You stuck your neck out for me and I don't forget shit... errr, I mean things like that.A1a
3990013652BPlayer Default: Just protecting my investment.{Amused} Call it whatever you want.MacCready: You stuck your neck out for me and I don't forget shit... errr, I mean things like that.B1a
4000013652APlayer Default: It wasn't a problem.{Surprised} Are you kidding?MacCready: You stuck your neck out for me and I don't forget shit... errr, I mean things like that.X1a
4010013651FPlayer Default: I didn't think it did.{Confident} It's not about you, it's about a promise I made.A1a
402{Somber} When I left the Capital Wasteland, I didn't just leave Little Lamplight behind... I left my family behind.A1b
403{Somber} Had a beautiful wife named Lucy... and a son we named Duncan.A1c
404{Somber} He's the one that I made my promise to... a promise to clean up my act and to be a better person.A1d
405{down on yourself / Somber} I guess that sounds pretty stupid coming from a guy who shoots people for a living.Player Default: You must have had a good reason to leave them behind.A1e
4060013651EPlayer Default: You must have had a good reason to leave them behind.{Depressed} That's what I keep telling myself.MacCready: My son... he's sick. I don't know what's wrong with him.A1a
4070013651DPlayer Default: I'd never leave my family behind.{Depressed} I didn't have much of a choice.MacCready: My son... he's sick. I don't know what's wrong with him.B1a
4080013651CPlayer Default: I don't know what to say.{Irritated} Sure you do. You want to tell me how cruel it was to leave them behind.MacCready: My son... he's sick. I don't know what's wrong with him.X1a
4090013651BPlayer Default: How could you leave them behind like that?{Depressed} I didn't have much of a choice.MacCready: My son... he's sick. I don't know what's wrong with him.Y1a
4100013650FPlayer Default: Maybe you should find a doctor.{Angry} Every doctor I've talked to was worthless. They never even heard of the disease.X1a
411{Pleading} I don't need them... I need someone like you.MacCready: You've already done so much for me, I feel horrible asking for more.X1b
4120013650EPlayer Default: Are you asking me for help again?{Confident} I suppose that I am.MacCready: You've already done so much for me, I feel horrible asking for more.Y1a
4130013650DPlayer Default: All I know is that it's some sort of disease and it's eating him away from the inside.{Worried} You've already done so much for me, I feel horrible asking for more.A1a
414{Confident} But if you're willing to risk it, I might have a way we could save him.Player Default: Of course I'll help. Count me in.A1b
4150013650CPlayer Default: Of course I'll help. Count me in.{Grateful} I was hoping you'd say that.MacCready: A few months before we met, I bumped into a guy named Sinclair who claimed his buddy caught some kind of a disease.A1a
4160013650BPlayer Default: Not now, maybe later. I have a lot of my own problems to deal with.{Apologetic} Yeah, I kind of figured I pushed you too much.B1a
417{Apologetic} If you change your mind, just let me know.MacCready: A few months before we met, I bumped into a guy named Sinclair who claimed his buddy caught some kind of a disease.B1b
4180013650APlayer Default: I'll think about it. I have a lot on my mind right now.{re-do, more somber... Duncan may die, he's your son / Somber} Fair enough. Just don't wait too long. I don't know... I don't know how long Duncan has.MacCready: A few months before we met, I bumped into a guy named Sinclair who claimed his buddy caught some kind of a disease.X1a
419001364FFPlayer Default: Can you trust this "Sinclair" guy?{Concerned} To be honest, I don't know him from Adam.Y1a
420{Confident} But he brought up the blue boils and the sickness his partner suffered from.Y1b
421{Concerned} There's no way that's a coincidence... or a trap. Wouldn't make any sense.Y1c
422{Concerned} If Sinclair says Med-Tek Research is the place, that's where we need to go... otherwise I got nothing else.Player Default: Don't give up hope. If there's a cure, we'll find it.Y1d
423001364FAPlayer Default: Thanks, partner.{Confident} I'll put Med-Tek Research on your map.A1a
424{Confident} When you're ready, just take us out there... I have all of the codes we need to get through their security.A1b
425{Grateful} What you're doing... no one's ever cared that much about me before.A1c
426{Grateful} Even if it takes me the rest of my life... I'll repay this debt to you, I swear it.A1d
4270011CD64{Question} Have you reconsidered helping me find the cure for my son's disease?Player Default: Of course I'll help. Count me in.A
428{Grateful} Hey, I never got a chance to properly thank you for helping me take out Winlock and Barnes.Player Default: We're friends. No thanks necessary.A
42900136529Player Default: So we're done with the Gunners?{Amused} Definitely. With those two clowns taking a dirt nap, I'm pretty sure the Gunners heard my message loud and clear.Y1a
430{Grateful} Couldn't have done it without your help.MacCready: You stuck your neck out for me and I don't forget shit... errr, I mean things like that.Y1b
43100136528Player Default: Well, I wanted to say it anyway.{MacCready almost says "shit" then corrects it. This is story relevant. / Irritated} You stuck your neck out for me and I don't forget shit... errr, I mean things like that.Player Default: Cursing doesn't offend me, you know.A1a
43200136527Player Default: Cursing doesn't offend me, you know.{Relieved} I didn't think it did.MacCready: It's not about you, it's about a promise I made.A1a
43300136526Player Default: You can curse all you want. I'm not your mother.{re-do, more sarcasm (draw out "very" a bit) / Sarcastic} Very funny.MacCready: It's not about you, it's about a promise I made.B1a
43400136525Player Default: You ought to try cursing once in a while... it's good for the soul.{Amused} Oh believe me, I know.MacCready: It's not about you, it's about a promise I made.X1a
43500136524Player Default: Stopping yourself from cursing again? Why do you keep doing that?{Apologetic} Yeah, I figured you'd ask me about this sooner or later.MacCready: It's not about you, it's about a promise I made.Y1a
43600136516Player Default: That's what I keep telling myself.{Worried} My son... he's sick. I don't know what's wrong with him.A1a
437{Worried} One day, he's playing out in the fields behind our farm... the next he took a fever and these blue boils popped up all over his body.A1b
438{Somber} Last I saw he was almost to weak to walk. I didn't dare ask him to come with me.A1c
439{Worried} Honestly, I don't know how much longer he's going to last.Player Default: There must be something we can do.A1d
44000136511Player Default: There must be something we can do.{Grateful} I was hoping you'd say that.MacCready: A few months before we met, I bumped into a guy named Sinclair who claimed his buddy caught some kind of a disease.A1a
44100136510Player Default: Maybe there's nothing you can do but go home and let it run its course.{Angry} No! I can't accept that. There's no way I'd ever give up on him.B1a
442{Worried} All I know is that it's some sort of disease and it's eating him away from the inside.MacCready: You've already done so much for me, I feel horrible asking for more.B1b
44300136509Player Default: How risky are we talking?{Concerned} I'm not going to lie to you... it's no walk in the park.Y1a
444{Concerned} If it was easy, I would have already done it myself.Y1b
445{as sincere as possible / Somber} Look. I really need your help on this one... Duncan needs you too.Player Default: Of course I'll help. Count me in.Y1c
44600136504Player Default: I was hoping you'd say that.{Confident} A few months before we met, I bumped into a guy named Sinclair who claimed his buddy caught some kind of a disease.A1a
447{Concerned} I thought he was wasting my time until he said his partner broke out in blue boils.A1b
448{Impressed} They dug up information about a cure at a place called Med-Tek Research. They even managed to grab the building's lockdown security codes.A1c
449{Irritated} Unfortunately, Sinclair's buddy died before they were able to break into the facility.A1d
450{Concerned} I mean, there's no way that's a coincidence, right? Med-Tek has to be the place.Player Default: Don't give up hope. If there's a cure, we'll find it.A1e
45100136502Player Default: Don't give up hope. If there's a cure, we'll find it.{Not partner like a cowboy, more endearing / Friendly} Thanks, partner.MacCready: I'll put Med-Tek Research on your map.A1a
45200136501Player Default: Don't get your hopes up. This could be a dead end.{Somber} I've been disappointed so many times in the past, nothing gets my hopes up anymore.MacCready: I'll put Med-Tek Research on your map.B1a
45300136500Player Default: I hope so.{Somber} For Duncan's sake... I do too.MacCready: I'll put Med-Tek Research on your map.X1a
454COMMacCready_04_ConfidantToInfatuation00148C2FPlayer Default: And I aim to keep it that way.{Friendly} Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.A1a
455{Grateful} Taking all that weight off of my shoulders makes the journey a little easier, if you know what I mean.A1b
456{Happy} Speaking of which, it's about time we got back on the road, don't you think?Player Default: That's the past. You're all that matters to me now.A1c
457Player Default: And I aim to keep it that way.{Confident} Remember. If you need anything, you be sure and let me know.Player Default: That's the past. You're all that matters to me now.A2a
45800148C2EPlayer Default: That's the past. You're all that matters to me now.{still surprised/flattered / Surprised} I... I don't really know what to say.MacCready: I know I was taking a chance dumping all my feelings on the table.A1a
45900148C2DPlayer Default: You're right, I still miss her. I don't know what I was thinking.{Apologetic} Believe me, I understand exactly how you're feeling right now.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.B1a
46000148C2CPlayer Default: It might be difficult for me, but I think I can make our relationship work.{still surprised/flattered / Surprised} I... I can't believe you feel this way about me.MacCready: I know I was taking a chance dumping all my feelings on the table.X1a
46100148C2BPlayer Default: Would it bother you if I still love her?{Nervous} I don't know. I mean, we're two sides of the same coin, right?Y1a
462{Question} It's true, I miss Lucy to death... but at some point we have to move on, don't you think?Player Default: That's the past. You're all that matters to me now.Y1b
4630014786BPlayer Default: I hope nothing's wrong.{Friendly} Wrong? No... not at all.MacCready: I've been waiting for the right moment to talk to you, and I suppose this is as good of a time as any.A1a
4640014786APlayer Default: Sorry, I'm busy right now.{disappointed to be blown off / Somber} Oh... well, okay then. I mean, it was kind of important... but I guess it can wait until later.MacCready: I've been waiting for the right moment to talk to you, and I suppose this is as good of a time as any.B1a
4650014785FPlayer Default: Did you make this yourself?{deadpan/sarcastic / Sarcastic} Do I look like the artistic type to you?MacCready: My wife Lucy gave this to me right after we met. I... I uh, told her I was a soldier and she made it for me.Y1a
4660014785EMacCready: Here... I wanted you to have this.{Grateful} I know a carved toy soldier is a strange reward for risking your life, but this one's special... it means a lot to me.Player Default: If it's special to you, then it's a thoughtful gift. Thank you.A1a
4670014785DPlayer Default: You're welcome. Just be sure you don't lose it.{Nervous} My wife Lucy gave this to me right after we met. I... I uh, told her I was a soldier and she made it for me.A1a
468{Somber} Never could bring myself to tell her the truth... that I was just a hired killer.A1b
469{Somber} The soldier story was the best thing I could come up with. I didn't want to lose her because of what I was.Player Default: I'm sure you had good intentions.A1c
4700014784FPlayer Default: You may have lost your wife, but you saved your son. That counts for something.{Somber} Maybe. I don't know anymore.MacCready: Damn, I miss Lucy.A1a
4710014784EPlayer Default: That's ridiculous. No one deserves to die like that.{Somber} I suppose you're right. I don't know anymore.MacCready: Damn, I miss Lucy.B1a
4720014784DPlayer Default: I'm sorry. I didn't know.{Somber} Yeah, I'm sorry too.MacCready: Damn, I miss Lucy.X1a
4730014784CPlayer Default: Why would you say something like that?{Somber} I guess I needed to tell someone how I felt about it.MacCready: Damn, I miss Lucy.Y1a
4740014784BPlayer Default: Maybe. I don't know anymore.{Somber} Damn, I miss Lucy.A1a
475{Somber} No matter how bad things got, she was always there with a shoulder to lean on.A1b
476{well - you're searching for the words to tell this to the Player / Somber} It gave me... well, it gave me the courage I needed to press ahead... to never give up.A1c
477{You're far away, in another moment at the end of this line / Somber} When she died, I thought that feeling was gone forever...A1d
478{Nervous} Then I met you.A1e
479{Grateful} You have the world's problems on your back and here you are helping me with mine... lending me your shoulder like Lucy did.A1f
480{Grateful} I just want you to know how much your friendship means to me.Player Default: Hey, only best friends can share feelings like that with each other.A1g
4810014784APlayer Default: I had a feeling you'd get where I was coming from.{Sad} It doesn't really matter anymore... she died a few years back.MacCready: We made the mistake of holing up in a metro station one night. We didn't know that the place was infested with ferals.A1a
4820011CD64{Question} You ready to talk now? I promise it won't take long.Player Default: I hope nothing's wrong.A
483{Concerned} Hold up... I think we need to talk.Player Default: I hope nothing's wrong.A
48400147869Player Default: Sure, go ahead.{Friendly} Appreciated.MacCready: I've been waiting for the right moment to talk to you, and I suppose this is as good of a time as any.X1a
48500147868Player Default: What's on your mind?{Concerned} This has been nagging at me for a while.MacCready: I've been waiting for the right moment to talk to you, and I suppose this is as good of a time as any.Y1a
48600147867Player Default: Wrong? No... not at all.{Friendly} I've been waiting for the right moment to talk to you, and I suppose this is as good of a time as any.A1a
487{Grateful} After helping me get Duncan's cure from Med-Tek, I figure I owe you something... and I always pay my debts.A1b
488{Grateful} Here... I wanted you to have this.MacCready: I know a carved toy soldier is a strange reward for risking your life, but this one's special... it means a lot to me.A1c
48900147862Player Default: If it's special to you, then it's a thoughtful gift. Thank you.{Friendly} You're welcome. Just be sure you don't lose it.MacCready: My wife Lucy gave this to me right after we met. I... I uh, told her I was a soldier and she made it for me.A1a
49000147861Player Default: This really isn't necessary.{Grateful} Maybe, but I think you deserve it.MacCready: My wife Lucy gave this to me right after we met. I... I uh, told her I was a soldier and she made it for me.B1a
49100147860Player Default: Thank you.{Friendly} You're welcome.MacCready: My wife Lucy gave this to me right after we met. I... I uh, told her I was a soldier and she made it for me.X1a
49200147858Player Default: I'm sure you had good intentions.{Grateful} I had a feeling you'd get where I was coming from.MacCready: It doesn't really matter anymore... she died a few years back.A1a
49300147857Player Default: I can't believe you'd lie to your own wife like that.{Somber} Sorry you feel that way. Wouldn't have been the first time I'd made a mistake.MacCready: It doesn't really matter anymore... she died a few years back.B1a
49400147856Player Default: I don't know...{Confident} Maybe it was for the best, maybe not.MacCready: It doesn't really matter anymore... she died a few years back.X1a
49500147855Player Default: She ever find out the truth?{Somber} No.MacCready: It doesn't really matter anymore... she died a few years back.Y1a
49600147854MacCready: It doesn't really matter anymore... she died a few years back.{Somber} We made the mistake of holing up in a metro station one night. We didn't know that the place was infested with ferals.A1a
497{Sad} They were on her before I could even fire a shot. Ripped her apart right in front of me. There was nothing I could do.A1b
498{Somber} Took everything I had to escape with Duncan in my arms. Maybe it would have been better if we'd died there with her.Player Default: You may have lost your wife, but you saved your son. That counts for something.A1c
49900147845Player Default: Hey, only best friends can share feelings like that with each other.{with a smile / Happy} And I aim to keep it that way.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.A1a
500Player Default: Hey, only best friends can share feelings like that with each other.{Friendly} Don't think I'll ever get tired of hearing you say that.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.A2a
50100147844Player Default: This is making me kind of uncomfortable.{Irritated} Wouldn't have killed you to say something nicer there, but I suppose it isn't your fault.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.B1a
502Player Default: This is making me kind of uncomfortable.{Irritated} Hey, message received. There's no need to get touchy.B2a
503{Confident} I'll never mention it again.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.B2b
50400147843Player Default: I appreciate you telling me all of this. I know it's difficult.{punch "was" (off of what Player said is why) / Confident} It was difficult, but it needed to be said.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.X1a
505Player Default: I appreciate you telling me all of this. I know it's difficult.{Friendly} Of course.X2a
506{Confident} Sorry to keep bringing it up, but I think you deserve to know.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.X2b
50700147842Player Default: I was hoping what we have together could be more than friendship.{Surprised a bit that the Player made a romantic advance / Surprised} I... I don't know. I mean, I never thought of us that way.Y1a
508{Puzzled} What about your wife? I know she's gone, but you still love her, don't you?Player Default: That's the past. You're all that matters to me now.Y1b
509Player Default: I was hoping what we have together could be more than friendship.{Surprised a bit that the Player made a romantic advance / Surprised} I... I don't know. I mean, I never thought of us that way.Y2a
510{Puzzled} What about your husband? I know he's gone, but you still love him, don't you?Player Default: That's the past. You're all that matters to me now.Y2b
511Player Default: I was hoping what we have together could be more than friendship.{Nervous} I'm sorry, I'm not ready for something like that right now. I'm going to have to think about it.Y3a
512{Friendly} I hope that doesn't jeopardize our friendship, but knowing you like I do, I'm betting it won't.MacCready: Anyway, thanks for hearing me out.Y3b
51300147840Player Default: I... I don't really know what to say.{very heart felt moment / Grateful} I know I was taking a chance dumping all my feelings on the table.A1a
514{very heart felt moment / Happy} But now that I know how you really feel about me... it was definitely worth the risk.A1b
515{very heart felt moment / Happy} For once in my life, everything's going right and I have you to thank for it.A1c
516{Happy} I don't think anyone in the world could ask for a greater gift than that.A1d
517{very heart felt moment / Happy} Thank you.A1e
518COMMacCready_05_NeutralToDisdain0011CD64{Question} You ready to have that talk yet?Player Default: Calm down... I'm listening.A
519{Irritated} Hold up. There's something we need to talk about.Player Default: Calm down... I'm listening.A
5200011CCECPlayer Default: Calm down... I'm listening.{Irritated} I'll calm down if you're willing to listen to reason.MacCready: I don't know what the hell's gotten into you lately.A1a
5210011CCEBPlayer Default: Not now, I'm too busy.{Irritated} Nothing I love more than being ignored. Fine.MacCready: I don't know what the hell's gotten into you lately.B1a
5220011CCEAPlayer Default: Sounds important.{Irritated} Well yeah, I think it is.MacCready: I don't know what the hell's gotten into you lately.X1a
5230011CCE9Player Default: Is something wrong?{Irritated} Of course something's wrong. How can you pretend to not notice?MacCready: I don't know what the hell's gotten into you lately.Y1a
5240011CCE4Player Default: I'll calm down if you're willing to listen to reason.{Irritated} I don't know what the hell's gotten into you lately.A1a
525{Irritated} Everything you've been doing, every decision you make seems like exactly the opposite of how I'd do it.A1b
526{Angry} Now I never said I was in charge, but damn... if you didn't want my help or advice, why did you hire me in the first place?A1c
527{Question} It's almost like you wish that I wasn't around. Is that what you want?Player Default: No, I'd like you to stay.A1d
5280011CCDFPlayer Default: No, I'd like you to stay.{calming, but still a bit angry / Irritated} Then stop acting like you don't.MacCready: Look, I'm tired of talking about this, so I'll just lay it on the line.A1a
5290011CCDEPlayer Default: If you don't like how I do things, maybe you should leave.{Irritated} If things keep going the way they're going, maybe I will.MacCready: Look, I'm tired of talking about this, so I'll just lay it on the line.B1a
5300011CCDDPlayer Default: That's up to you.{still a bit angry, but calming / Angry} Can't even look me in the eye and give me a straight answer. Sigh.MacCready: Look, I'm tired of talking about this, so I'll just lay it on the line.X1a
5310011CCDCPlayer Default: You talk to all your employers this way?{sarcastic/angry / Angry} Oh, I see. That's how you're going to play it.MacCready: Look, I'm tired of talking about this, so I'll just lay it on the line.Y1a
5320011CCDBPlayer Default: Then stop acting like you don't.{Irritated} Look, I'm tired of talking about this, so I'll just lay it on the line.A1a
533{Irritated} If you want me to stick around, you better wake up.A1b
534{Angry} It's time you start realizing that this little partnership is a two-way street.A1c
535COMMacCready_06_DisdainToHatred0014644EPlayer Default: Talk? Why bother!?{rhetorical - pissed/sarcastic / Surprised} You just couldn't help yourself, could you?A1a
536{pissed/sarcastic / Sarcastic} I told you to ease up on the murdering spree but you've been knocking off more people than I even care to count.A1b
537{rising to anger / Angry} I don't even know why I'm wasting my time. You obviously don't give a damn what I have to say... about anything.MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.A1c
538001364C5Player Default: Woah, woah... let's calm down and talk about this.{Angry} Talk? Why bother!?MacCready: You just couldn't help yourself, could you?A1a
539001364C4Player Default: Too bad, I'm busy right now.{Angry} No. You're not going to brush me off this time.MacCready: You just couldn't help yourself, could you?B1a
540001364C3Player Default: You want to talk, let's talk.{Angry} Fine.MacCready: You just couldn't help yourself, could you?X1a
541001364C2Player Default: Why are you so angry with me?{Angry} Are you seriously going to act like you don't know why I'm pissed off?MacCready: You just couldn't help yourself, could you?Y1a
542001364C1Player Default: Talk? Why bother!?{Angry} I told you I didn't like how our little partnership was going... and I warned you if it didn't change, I was going to walk.A1a
543{Angry} But you've decided to throw everything I said out the window and do things your own way.A1b
544{Angry} Well, I'm here to tell you that I won't be bugging you about it anymore... because I'm leaving!Player Default: Look, I'm really sorry... I didn't realize it was getting this bad.A1c
545001364BCPlayer Default: Look, I'm really sorry... I didn't realize it was getting this bad.{Irritated} I don't know...A1a
546{Irritated} If there's a reason I should stay, you better make it a good one.Player Default: Because I care about you.A1b
547001364BBPlayer Default: Good riddance.{Angry} That's all you have to say? Really?MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.B1a
548001364BAPlayer Default: Then I suppose there's nothing else to say but goodbye.{Angry} That's it? "Goodbye?" After everything we've done?MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.X1a
549001364B9Player Default: Is there anything I can say that will change your mind?{Irritated} I don't know, is there?Player Default: Because I care about you.Y1a
550001364B4Player Default: Because I care about you.{Irritated} Well, you sure have a funny way of showing it.MacCready: Look, I'm going give you a break. You're dealing with some serious issues, and I know it's not easy working them out.A1a
551Player Default: Because I care about you.{Angry} That's the best you could come up with?!MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.A2a
552001364B3Player Default: Forget it.{Irritated} That's what I thought.MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.B1a
553001364B2Player Default: Because we're partners and we made a pact.{Irritated} That old line again, huh? Sigh.MacCready: Look, I'm going give you a break. You're dealing with some serious issues, and I know it's not easy working them out.X1a
554001364B1Player Default: Because I don't want to be alone.{You're on-purposely allowing the curse through, regretfully / Irritated} Then why are you acting like an... well, like an ass?! Sigh.MacCready: Look, I'm going give you a break. You're dealing with some serious issues, and I know it's not easy working them out.Y1a
555001364B0MacCready: All I'm asking is that you listen to me once in a while, and start acting like you care. It really isn't that hard.{Angry} You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.A1a
556{Angry} I promised someone that I'd never talk like that again... but I think in this case, they'd make an exception.A1b
557001364AFPlayer Default: Well, you sure have a funny way of showing it.{Irritated} Look, I'm going give you a break. You're dealing with some serious issues, and I know it's not easy working them out.A1a
558{Irritated} But I've got to tell you, there's only so much I'm going to be able to take. This is your last chance.A1b
559{Irritated} All I'm asking is that you listen to me once in a while, and start acting like you care. It really isn't that hard.MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.A1c
560001364AE{Angry} That's it?! You're going to walk away from me?! Fine! Go to hell!A1a
5610011CD64{Angry} I said we need to talk, damn it! It can't wait.Player Default: Woah, woah... let's calm down and talk about this.A
562{Angry} Stop. We need to talk... right now, damn it!Player Default: Woah, woah... let's calm down and talk about this.A
563COMMacCready_07_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiration001364A8Player Default: Sure, what's on your mind?{Concerned} Well...MacCready: Not too long ago, you told me you wanted to be closer to me... that you saw me as more than just a friend. It felt right at the time, so I agreed.A1a
564001364A7Player Default: Not right now.{Irritated} All right, I suppose it can wait.MacCready: Not too long ago, you told me you wanted to be closer to me... that you saw me as more than just a friend. It felt right at the time, so I agreed.B1a
565001364A6Player Default: I guess so.{Confident} Thanks.MacCready: Not too long ago, you told me you wanted to be closer to me... that you saw me as more than just a friend. It felt right at the time, so I agreed.X1a
566001364A5Player Default: Did I do something wrong?{Confident} You tell me.MacCready: Not too long ago, you told me you wanted to be closer to me... that you saw me as more than just a friend. It felt right at the time, so I agreed.Y1a
567001364A4Player Default: Well...{Concerned} Not too long ago, you told me you wanted to be closer to me... that you saw me as more than just a friend. It felt right at the time, so I agreed.A1a
568{Concerned} Lately though, you've been, well, changing. You seem like you're angry at me... ignoring me, doing things your own way.A1b
569{Concerned} Now I know I'm not the most patient person in the world, but I think I've tolerated quite a bit of this "new you."A1c
570{Nervous} I suppose what I'm saying is, I think it's time we took a step back from our relationship... at least until things cool down.Player Default: I'm sorry you feel that way.A1d
571Player Default: Well...{Concerned} We've been good friends for a while now.A2a
572{Concerned} Lately though, you've been, well, changing. You seem like you're angry at me... ignoring me, doing things your own way.A2b
573{Concerned} Now I know I'm not the most patient person in the world, but I think I've tolerated quite a bit of this "new you."A2c
574{Irritated} What I'm trying to tell you is that you need to start treating me a little better... before we both start regretting our partnership.Player Default: I'm sorry you feel that way.A2d
5750013649FPlayer Default: I'm sorry you feel that way.{Grateful} I appreciate the apology, but it's not necessary.MacCready: I just want things to go back to the way they were.A1a
5760013649EPlayer Default: I can't really deal with this right now.{Irritated} See? That's not how you were acting before. That's not the person I fell in love with.MacCready: I just want things to go back to the way they were.B1a
577Player Default: I can't really deal with this right now.{Irritated} For someone that said they were my friend, you have a strange way of showing that you still want me around.MacCready: I just want things to go back to the way they were.B2a
5780013649DPlayer Default: Okay. I understand.{Confident} I'm not trying to ask for too much.MacCready: I just want things to go back to the way they were.X1a
5790013649CPlayer Default: Does that mean it's over between us?{Confident} I wouldn't say it's over, I just need some time to think about our relationship.MacCready: I just want things to go back to the way they were.Y1a
580Player Default: Does that mean it's over between us?{Friendly} Of course. If we weren't, I wouldn't even be having this conversation.MacCready: I just want things to go back to the way they were.Y2a
5810013649BPlayer Default: I appreciate the apology, but it's not necessary.{Sigh before line / Irritated} I just want things to go back to the way they were.A1a
582{Worried} If you still love me, you'll change... if you don't... well... we'll just remain friends.A1b
583Player Default: I appreciate the apology, but it's not necessary.{Sigh before line / Irritated} I just want things to go back to the way they were.A2a
584{Worried} If you still want to be friends, you'll change... if you don't... well... we'll just go our seperateIn-game spelling, punctuation and/or grammarIcon sic ways.A2b
5850011CD64{Question} So, do you have some time to talk now?Player Default: Sure, what's on your mind?A
586{Question} Hey, you have some time to talk?Player Default: Sure, what's on your mind?A
587COMMacCready_08_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral0013648DPlayer Default: I'm sorry, MacCready. I don't want to lose you as a friend.{Confident} Then you better get your act together.MacCready: I'm not looking for any special favors, I just want my old partner back.A1a
5880013648CPlayer Default: I've got other things on my mind, so you're going to have to deal with it.{Irritated} I've been dealing with it long enough.MacCready: I'm not looking for any special favors, I just want my old partner back.B1a
5890013648BPlayer Default: I'm surprised... I didn't know this was happening.{Irritated} That's been the problem all along.MacCready: I'm not looking for any special favors, I just want my old partner back.X1a
5900013648APlayer Default: What can I say to make it up to you?{Irritated} There's nothing to say.MacCready: I'm not looking for any special favors, I just want my old partner back.Y1a
5910011CD64{Irritated} Like I said before. We need to talk.Player Default: Sounds important.A
592{Irritated} All right, hold up. We need to talk.Player Default: Sounds important.A
59300136496Player Default: Sounds important.{Confident} If it wasn't, we wouldn't be talking at all.MacCready: I want to know what's going on with you.A1a
59400136495Player Default: I can't right now.{Irritated} Giving me the brush-off, huh? Fine. Later I guess.MacCready: I want to know what's going on with you.B1a
59500136494Player Default: All right, go ahead.{Question} Where do I start?MacCready: I want to know what's going on with you.X1a
59600136493Player Default: Is something the matter?{perturbed / Irritated} Uh, yeah. You could say that.MacCready: I want to know what's going on with you.Y1a
59700136492Player Default: If it wasn't, we wouldn't be talking at all.{Irritated} I want to know what's going on with you.A1a
598{Irritated} Here we were, good friends, traveling through the Commonwealth together doing what we do best... then suddenly, you're like a stranger to me.A1b
599{Irritated} I don't even feel like I know you anymore. You're that stranger that walked up to me in the Third Rail all over again.A1c
600{Irritated} Our partnership is going straight down the drain, and you're prancing around like you don't even care.Player Default: I'm sorry, MacCready. I don't want to lose you as a friend.A1d
60100136489Player Default: Then you better get your act together.{Irritated} I'm not looking for any special favors, I just want my old partner back.A1a
602COMMacCready_09_RepeatNeutralToDisdain0013647BPlayer Default: You're right. I'm sorry.{Irritated} If you think your apologies are going to give you a free pass, then you're wrong.MacCready: You need to start acting like you give a damn about me. You do that, and I'll stick with you.A1a
6030013647APlayer Default: I've got bigger problems to worry about than this.Then I'll make this simple for you.MacCready: You need to start acting like you give a damn about me. You do that, and I'll stick with you.B1a
6040011CD64{Irritated} So tell me...what the hell is going on with you?Player Default: You're angry about something, I can tell.A
605{Angry} Okay... stop. What the hell is going on with you?Player Default: You're angry about something, I can tell.A
60600136484Player Default: You're angry about something, I can tell.{Surprised} Are you kidding me?MacCready: I don't know what's going on with you, but it has to stop... right now.A1a
60700136483Player Default: Not now, MacCready.{Angry} Too busy to give a damn, huh? Fine.MacCready: I don't know what's going on with you, but it has to stop... right now.B1a
60800136482Player Default: I have no idea what you're talking about.{Irritated} You don't? Well, since you're playing stupid, let me help you out.MacCready: I don't know what's going on with you, but it has to stop... right now.X1a
60900136481Player Default: Did I do something to make you angry?{Irritated} I hope you're joking, because you couldn't possibly be that blind.MacCready: I don't know what's going on with you, but it has to stop... right now.Y1a
61000136480Player Default: Are you kidding me?{Irritated} I don't know what's going on with you, but it has to stop... right now.A1a
611{Angry} I've been following you around, risking my neck to protect you and obeying your orders... just like your stupid mutt.A1b
612{Irritated} All I ask in return is just a little common courtesy.A1c
613{Irritated} Well guess what. If you don't start treating me like your partner, I'm leaving. Is that clear enough for you?Player Default: You're right. I'm sorry.A1d
61400136479Player Default: Whatever.{Irritated} That's the best you can do? Sigh.MacCready: You need to start acting like you give a damn about me. You do that, and I'll stick with you.X1a
61500136478Player Default: What can I do to fix the problem?I think it's obvious.MacCready: You need to start acting like you give a damn about me. You do that, and I'll stick with you.Y1a
61600136477Player Default: If you think your apologies are going to give you a free pass, then you're wrong.{re-record (more forceful, intro an ultimatum) / Irritated} You need to start acting like you give a damn about me. You do that, and I'll stick with you.A1a
617{re-record - more forceful, it's an ultimatum / Angry} If you don't, I'm walking.A1b
618{re-record, more irritated (delivered an ultimatum) / Irritated} End of discussion.A1c
619COMMacCready_10_RepeatDisdainToHatred0013646FPlayer Default: Can't we talk about it?{Angry} No! It's too late for that.MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.Y1a
6200013646EPlayer Default: Stop... just stop. I am not falling for that crap again.{Angry} You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.A1a
621{Angry} I promised someone that I'd never talk like that again... but I think in this case, they'd make an exception.A1b
622{Angry} Now get the hell away from me, before I do something I might regret.A1c
6230011CD64{Angry} That's it! You're a dirty liar and I'm done with you.Player Default: I'm sorry, MacCready. I can change, I swear.A
62400136472Player Default: I'm sorry, MacCready. I can change, I swear.{Angry} Stop... just stop. I am not falling for that crap again.MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.A1a
62500136471Player Default: Good riddance.{Angry} So that's how it is, huh?MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.B1a
62600136470Player Default: Let's talk about this later.{Angry} You can't be serious.MacCready: You know what? Fuck you. That's right. Fuck. You.X1a
627COMMacCready_11_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation0013645FPlayer Default: I don't know what to say.You don't have to say anything at all.MacCready: In the end, if we both work on keeping our relationship strong, I think everything will turn out for the best.X1a
6280013645EPlayer Default: Are you asking me or telling me?There's no need for me to ask, I already know how you feel about me.MacCready: In the end, if we both work on keeping our relationship strong, I think everything will turn out for the best.Y1a
6290013645DPlayer Default: Just hear me out.{Apologetic} I think I've been acting kind of... well, foolishly.A1a
630{Apologetic} I allowed our relationship to fall apart because I couldn't handle how you were doing things.A1b
631{Apologetic} So I've decided that instead of treating you like that, we should just work it out like we always do.A1c
632{Friendly} I guess what I'm trying to say is that I miss being close to you... and I want things to go back to the way they were.Player Default: I wouldn't have it any other way.A1d
633Player Default: Just hear me out.{Apologetic} I think I've been acting kind of... well, kind of stupid.A2a
634{Apologetic} I've allowed our friendship to fall apart because I couldn't handle how you were doing things.A2b
635{Apologetic} So I've decided that instead of treating you like that, we should just work it out like we always do.A2c
636{Happy} I guess what I'm trying to say is that I want us to go back to the way we were when your friendship meant everything to me.A2d
6370011CD64{Question} Have some time yet? I'd still like to apologize to you.Player Default: You don't need to apologize, you haven't done anything wrong.A
638{Apologetic} If you have some time, I'd like to apologize to you.Player Default: You don't need to apologize, you haven't done anything wrong.A
63900160497Player Default: Hearing you say that means the world to me.{Happy} In the end, if we both work on keeping our relationship strong, I think everything will turn out for the best.A1a
640{Happy} I thought that I almost lost you forever. I'm glad I was wrong.A1b
64100136469Player Default: You don't need to apologize, you haven't done anything wrong.Just hear me out.MacCready: I think I've been acting kind of... well, foolishly.A1a
64200136468Player Default: Not now, okay? We've got things to do.No problem, later's fine.MacCready: I think I've been acting kind of... well, foolishly.B1a
64300136467Player Default: If you feel you need to, then go ahead.Yeah, I think it's important.MacCready: I think I've been acting kind of... well, foolishly.X1a
64400136466Player Default: Apologize? What for?Let me explain.MacCready: I think I've been acting kind of... well, foolishly.Y1a
64500136461Player Default: I wouldn't have it any other way.Hearing you say that means the world to me.MacCready: In the end, if we both work on keeping our relationship strong, I think everything will turn out for the best.A1a
64600136460Player Default: I suppose they can. Just try and be more tolerant from now on.I will. I promise.MacCready: In the end, if we both work on keeping our relationship strong, I think everything will turn out for the best.B1a
647COMMacCready_12_InfatuationRepeaterRegular001604A0Player Default: Hey... if it's important to you, it's important to me.{Happy} I really appreciate you saying that.MacCready: The fact of the matter is, you're the closest thing to family I have out here.A1a
6480016049FPlayer Default: You did kind of drone on there for a while.{Nervous} Yeah, I tend to do that sometimes.MacCready: The fact of the matter is, you're the closest thing to family I have out here.B1a
6490016049EPlayer Default: I can't remember, I fell asleep.{Amused} Oh-ho-ho... cle-ver.X1a
650{Apologetic} I suppose I can be a bit, well... rambling at times.MacCready: The fact of the matter is, you're the closest thing to family I have out here.X1b
6510016049DPlayer Default: Life's story? What do you mean?{Surprised} You don't remember? I told you about my wife Lucy and how she died.Y1a
652{Irritated} I even gave you that carved toy soldier as a token of our friendship.Y1b
653{Somber} Sounds like I really did bore you to death.Player Default: Hey... if it's important to you, it's important to me.Y1c
6540011CD64{Concerned} Last time we talked, I hope I didn't bore you to death by dumping my life's story on you.Player Default: Hey... if it's important to you, it's important to me.A
65500160498Player Default: I really appreciate you saying that.{Friendly} The fact of the matter is, you're the closest thing to family I have out here.A1a
656{Friendly} As we've been traveling together, I'm finding it easier and easier to share my feelings with you.A1b
657{Friendly} Anyway, I just want you to know how much your friendship means to me.A1c
658COMMacCreadyDismissScene0011CD36{Question} You sure you want to do this?Player Default: Afraid so. Nothing personal.A1a
6590011CD31Player Default: Afraid so. Nothing personal.Hmph, okay.MacCready: I'll head home and wait for you there.A1a
6600011CD30Player Default: No, never mind.Thought so.MacCready: I'll head home and wait for you there.B1a
6610011CD2FPlayer Default: Yeah.Fine by me.MacCready: I'll head home and wait for you there.X1a
6620011CD2EPlayer Default: Is that a problem?{not thrilled with it / Concerned} Well, I would prefer sticking with you... but it's your choice I guess.MacCready: I'll head home and wait for you there.Y1a
6630011CD2DPlayer Default: Hmph, okay.{Concerned} I'll head home and wait for you there.A1a
664{Worried} Be careful. If something happened to you, I don't know what I'd do.A1b
665Player Default: Hmph, okay.{Concerned} I guess I'll head back and wait for you.A2a
666{Concerned} Just be careful, the Commonwealth isn't the safest place to wander alone.A2b
667Player Default: Hmph, okay.{Confident} I'll head back and wait for you.A3a
668{Friendly} Take care of yourself.A3b
669Player Default: Hmph, okay.{Concerned} I think you're making a big mistake, but hey... it's your funeral.A4a
670{Concerned} If you change your mind, you know where to find me.A4b
671Player Default: Hmph, okay.{Sarcastic} See you around. Maybe.A5a
672COMMacCreadyMurderScene0011CD64{Concerned} We need to talk about what you did... right now.Player Default: Sounds pretty important, go ahead.A
673{Concerned} We still need to talk about what you did. Come on, quit avoiding it.Player Default: Sounds pretty important, go ahead.A
6740011CD22Player Default: Sounds pretty important, go ahead.{Irritated} Good. I just wanted to clear something up before it gets out of hand.MacCready: If we want to stay at the top of our game, we need every bit of loot we can get our hands on.A1a
6750011CD21Player Default: I don't have time to talk right now.{Irritated} All right, but that doesn't mean I'm going to forget about it.MacCready: If we want to stay at the top of our game, we need every bit of loot we can get our hands on.B1a
6760011CD20Player Default: I'm listening.{Irritated} Good, because I want to clear this up before it gets out of hand.MacCready: If we want to stay at the top of our game, we need every bit of loot we can get our hands on.X1a
6770011CD1FPlayer Default: Something wrong?{Irritated} Not yet. Just call it a friendly warning.MacCready: If we want to stay at the top of our game, we need every bit of loot we can get our hands on.Y1a
6780011CD1APlayer Default: Good. I just wanted to clear something up before it gets out of hand.{Confident} If we want to stay at the top of our game, we need every bit of loot we can get our hands on.A1a
679{Confident} If that means offing a few innocents along the way, then so be it.A1b
680{Irritated} At the same time, I don't want to be known as the "Mass Murderer of the Commonwealth." A title like that tends to bring too much heat.A1c
681{Concerned} So, I guess all I'm asking is that you watch the body count. Otherwise we're going to have a problem.Player Default: Sorry, I'll try and watch it.A1d
6820011CD19Player Default: Sorry, I'll try and watch it.{Irritated} Don't apologize, just take it easy.MacCready: I'm not trying to run your life. You can do whatever the hell you want.A1a
6830011CD18Player Default: Too bad. I do things my way, not yours.{Irritated} Well guess what, chief. Your way is going to have every paid gun in the Commonwealth after us.B1a
684{Question} You really want that kind of heat?MacCready: I'm not trying to run your life. You can do whatever the hell you want.B1b
6850011CD17Player Default: I'll think about it.{Confident} That's all I'm asking.MacCready: I'm not trying to run your life. You can do whatever the hell you want.X1a
6860011CD16Player Default: Why do you care? You're a mercenary.{Confident} You're right I am a mercenary, which means I get paid to kill.Y1a
687{Irritated} I don't go on massive murdering sprees to satisfy some kind of weird bloodlust.Y1b
688{Question} See the difference?Player Default: Sorry, I'll try and watch it.Y1c
6890011CD11Player Default: Don't apologize, just take it easy.{Confident} I'm not trying to run your life. You can do whatever the hell you want.A1a
690{Concerned} I'm just saying if you're going down the road to crazytown, I'm not going with you.A1b
691COMMacCreadyPickUpScene0021784BMacCready: Quit worrying, Codsworth. You're going to blow a fuse or something.{Talking to a dog - lightly irritated he's giving you a cute whimper / Amused} Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A1a
6920011CD64{playful / Friendly} There you are. Almost thought you forgot about me.Player Default: Time to hit the road.A
6930011CD28Player Default: Time to hit the road.{Confident} About time. I was getting bored.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.A1a
694Player Default: Time to hit the road.{playful / Friendly} Finally came to your senses, huh?Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.A2a
695Player Default: Time to hit the road.{playful / Friendly} I knew you couldn't live without me.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.A3a
6960011CD27Player Default: Actually, I'll be back later.{Sarcastic} All right, suit yourself. It's not like I have anything else to do.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.B1a
697Player Default: Actually, I'll be back later.{Sarcastic} Well, that makes me feel wanted. Thanks.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.B2a
698Player Default: Actually, I'll be back later.{Sarcastic} And you won't take me with you? Thanks a lot, "partner."Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.B3a
6990011CD26Player Default: I just want to trade a few things.{Sarcastic} Oh, I see. All I'm good for is hauling your crap.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.X1a
7000011CD25Player Default: You ready to head out?{Amused} I'm not making any caps waiting here.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.Y1a
701Player Default: You ready to head out?{Surprised} Are you kidding me? I've been bored out of my mind.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.Y2a
702Player Default: You ready to head out?{Confident} Damn right I am. Let's move.Companion: Mr. MacCready, please take care of my master. If harm should befall him, I would be most disappointed.Y3a
7030011CD24Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Irritated} Quit worrying, Codsworth. You're going to blow a fuse or something.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A1a
704Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} Still wasting your time trying to save the world, huh Garvey?MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A2a
705Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Sarcastic} Yeah... sorry Danse, I couldn't hear you over all that clanking.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A3a
706Dogmeat: (sad whimper){lightly flirty / Flirting} For you, Cait... I'd do anything.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A4a
707Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Not happy with the person he's speaking to. / Stern} Yeah. And who could blame her?MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A5a
708Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Not happy with the person he's speaking to. / Stern} Yeah. And who could blame him?MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A6a
709Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} Thanks, Strong. Coming from someone like you, that's a pretty big compliment.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A7a
710Dogmeat: (sad whimper){insulting back / Sarcastic} I don't know... you still pretending to be anyone but yourself?MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A8a
711Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} Feeling fine, thanks. But if a couple Stimpaks fall my way, I wouldn't object.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A9a
712Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Confident} Getting us killed is the farthest thing from my mind, angel.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A10a
713Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Making a pun off the phrase "He's a hell of a gun to have at your back." / Amused} I aim to please.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A11a
714Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Not sure how to respond / Defiant} Uh, yeah... thanks... I guess.MacCready: Aw come on, Dogmeat. Quit trying to make me feel guilty for taking your place.A12a
715-001D286E{player is eating a corpse, you think that's gross... no matter how many times you've seen him do that / Disgust} Hey, I... uh, think you've got a little bit of brain caught in your teeth.
716{player is eating a corpse, you think that's gross... no matter how many times you've seen him do that / Disgust} Okay, well... that's just about the most disgusting thing I've ever seen in my life.
717{player is eating a corpse, you think that's gross... no matter how many times you've seen him do that - sarcastic (play with this line) / Disgust} Yeah, sure... go ahead, tuck in. Don't mind me.
718001AC180{Concerned} Uh, yeah... there's no way I'm reaching that.
719{Irritated} Are you kidding? I can't get to that.
720{Irritated} That's impossible to reach. I'm not a magician, you know.
721{Irritated} If you can find a way to get to that, then you better show me.
722{Irritated} Forget it, there's no way to get there.
723001AC17F{eager / Happy} Time to split up the loot?
724{eager / Happy} Yeah sure, I'll trade with you.
725{eager / Happy} Let's see what you've got.
726{mocking like Player is giving a gift / Happy} Awww, you shouldn't have.
727{Amused} Commonwealth Savings Bank of MacCready, open for business.
728001858C8You off somewhere else or what?
729{punch "that"} Come on, I can't be that boring.
730Okay, you're starting to freak me out.
731Come back down to earth, spaceman.
732I loooove one-sided conversations.
733Hello? Anyone in there?
734Hey, we're talking here, right?
7350016D9FC{just woke up from being in bed with Player / Flirting} Wake up, sleepyhead.
736{just woke up from being in bed with Player / Flirting} That... was amazing.
737{just woke up from being in bed with Player / Flirting} Damn... is it time to go already?
738{just woke up from being in bed with Player / Flirting} I never knew you could do that with mutfruit...
739{just woke up from being in bed with Player / Flirting} Ready to face the day?
7400016D9FBNo telling who or what just left here.
741Not trying to make you nervous, but there was someone... or something here recently.
742Whoever left here did it in a hurry.
7430016D9FA{Irritated} What the...? I can't see a damn thing.
744{Irritated} Why the heck is there so much light in here?
745{Sarcastic} That's fine, I didn't need my eyesight anyway.
7460016D9F9{Surprised} This place looks untouched. How's that possible?
747{Sarcastic} Okay... who let the cleaning robot loose in here?
748{Sarcastic} This place is cleaner than my own house.
7490016D9F8{Nervous} Yeah... we should get the heck out of here. Now would be good.
750{Nervous} Is it normal for the hairs on the back of my neck to be standing straight up like this?
751{Nervous} I'm getting bad vibes from this place. We shouldn't be here.
7520016D9F7{Irritated} You got a light on that fancy wristwatch?
753{Irritated} Either I'm blacking out, or it's dark as hell in here.
754{Irritated} Can't see a thing in here.
7550016D9F6{Sarcastic} They make vacuum cleaners for a reason, you know.
756{Irritated} *Sneeze* Damn dust is going right up my nose.
757{Irritated} Cleaning robot take the day off or something?
7580016D9F5{Concerned} This is just about the worst place for us to be standing right now.
759{Concerned} If we want to stay alive, we need to make for some cover.
760{Concerned} Nothing I love more than standing out in the open waiting to get shot.
7610016D9F4{Neutral} This would be a great spot to bunker down.
762{Neutral} There's got to be something valuable inside to justify all this protection.
763{Neutral} Oh, we've got to see what's inside this place.
7640016D9F3{Surprised} Oh man... this thing was blown to bits.
765{Amused} Sorry doc, I don't think this one's going to make it.
766{Disgust} Yuck. What a mess.
7670016D9F2{Disgust} Ugh... that's absolutely nasty. What the hell is it?
768{fight back retching / Disgust} Oh god... I'm going to be sick...
769{Disgust} You have got to be f'ing kidding me. That's disgusting.
7700016D9F1{Neutral} I never could wrap my head around all this science stuff.
771{Neutral} Have fun with this junk. I have no idea what any of it does.
772{Neutral} There has to be something worth a few caps in here.
7730016D9F0{talking over a loud noise / Irritated} Woah! This is way too loud!
774{talking over a loud noise / Irritated} I wish we could shut this off!
775{talking over a loud noise / Irritated} What? I can't hear you!
7760016D9EF{complaining/whine / Irritated} Don't make me poke through all this garbage.
777{Sarcastic} If you want to root through this mess, go right ahead.
778{Puzzled} What the heck happened in here? The place is trashed.
7790016D9EE{Surprised} This is amazing... I've never seen anything so beautiful.
780{Surprised} Wow, would you look at that!
781{Surprised} This is... different.
7820016D9ED{Amused} This is a pleasant change. I can hear myself think in here.
783{Concerned} Pretty quiet here. That usually means something's about to go very wrong.
784{Irritated} Well, sneaking's out of the question in here.
7850016D9EC{Grateful} Whew. Good spot to take a break.
786{Grateful} Maybe we could stay here for a while.
787{Grateful} Pleasant change not having to look over your shoulder.
7880016D9EB{Disgust} Ugh... what's that smell coming from?
789{Disgust} Okay, that's just about the worst thing I've ever smelled in my entire life.
790{Disgust} Phew! That smells absolutely terrible.
7910016D9EA{complaining / Irritated} If humans were meant to swim, the radiation would have given us flippers.
792{complaining / Irritated} First we're going to get soaked, then we're going to be cold. As if we weren't miserable enough already.
793{complaining / Irritated} *Sigh* I can't stand getting wet.
794001364ADNot bad... not bad at all.
795Damn, that was amazing!
796{Sort of like "huh"... unsure okay} Okay...
797Not sure I like what you're doing.
798Well... that was stupid.
799Alright, I admit it. I'm impressed.
800You really shouldn't have done that.
801That how I would have handled it.
802I'm warning you. Don't ever do that again.
803Fine.
804Yes.
805No.
806No way.
807Not going to happen.
808There's no way I'm doing that.
809Here you go.
810Here.
811Thanks very much.
812Appreciated.
813Thanks.
8140011CD65{you hate player / Angry} Get the heck out of here.
815{you hate player / Angry} I'm through talking with you.
816{you hate player / Angry} We're done. Get out of my face.
817{you hate player / Angry} Go find someone else to bother.
818{you hate player / Angry} No, I'm not listening to you anymore.
819Hey, if you need something, I'm all over it.
820Is everything all right?
821Time to talk? Great.
822If something's on your mind, just let me know.
823{said as a term of endearment} What's happening, knockout?
824{said as a term of endearment} What's happening, cowboy?
825What's going on?
826What's up?
827Want to chat for a bit?
828You look like you have something on your mind.
829Hey, how's it going?
830What's so important?
831Spill it.
832What.
833Need something?
834Yeah?
835The hell is it now?
836Yeah? What?
837Better be important.
838I'm guessing this will piss me off, but go ahead.
839{sarcasm} This is gonna be good.
8400011CD64You know, I've been thinking about what you said the last time we talked. About wanting something more than friendship.A
841You ready to talk now? I promise it won't take long.A
842Hold up... I think we need to talk.A
8430011B64DBring it on!
844Get away from me!
845Gonna smash your head in!
846{Melee effort} Hrragh!
847{Melee effort} Rrrragh!
8480011B64CDuck and cover!
849Watch out!
850Head's up!
8510011B64BHit pretty bad...
852Can't... take much more... of this...
853Bleeding... can't hold out...
8540011B64AAgh... arm's bleeding pretty bad!
855Goddamn arm's hit!
856There goes my gun arm!
857Damn! Leg's hit bad!
858Agh! Shot my knee out!
859Leg's bleeding bad!
860Urgh! My head!
861Ears... ringing...
862Help! I'm blind!
863Oof. Guts spilling out...
864Bleeding badly over here!
865Can't... breathe... agh...
8660011B649No... please... no...
8670011B648Ugh!
868Agh!
869Damn!
870Oof!
871Nargh!
872Ergh!
873Winged me!
874Can't take much more!
8750011B647Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
876Yyyyaaaargh!
877Nnyyyaarrgghh!
8780011B646You're messing with the best!
879You picked the wrong day to piss me off!
880This shouldn't take long!
881Save me some trouble and give up already!
882Gonna break every bone in your body!
883I'll make this quick!
884This is a joke!
885You're wasting my time!
886I'm gonna send you to hell!
8870011B645Here it comes!
888Have something for ya!
8890011B644Playtime's over!
890I'm all over this!
891They're here! Over here!
892Oh no you don't!
893Not this time!
8940011B643Could have sworn...
895Great, now I'm imagining things.
896Huh. Gone now I guess.
897Wasting my goddamn time...
898Maybe it was nothing after all.
8990011B642Woah, woah, woah...
900Disappearing? Are you serious!?
901Oh come on!
902Hey! The hell was that?
903Got a damn magician over here!
9040011B641Damn... and I was just starting to have fun.
905That's how we do things around here.
906Now that's what I call a confirmed kill.
907What a waste of time.
908Okay, that looked like it hurt.
909Impressed yet?
910Chalk up another kill for me.
911That all you got?
912Last mistake you'll ever make.
913That wasn't even worth wasting my bullets.
9140011B640Over there! Get 'em!
915You slippery little...
916Haven't had enough!?
917Back for more!?
918Hey! Over there!
9190011B63FWhat a letdown.
920The hell did they go?
921I hope they never come back.
922Good riddance.
923They're gone. For now.
9240011B63EI'm feeling eyes on my back.
925Safety off. I think we have company.
926Shhh. I swear I heard something.
927Pretty sure we're not alone.
928You hear that?
9290011B63DBringing the pain!
930This won't take long!
931Bring it on!
932Big mistake!
933Opening fire!
934Let's get it on!
935Take 'em down!
936Time to die!
937Trash 'em!
938Frag 'em!
939Squash 'em!
940Bloatfly! Bring it down!
941Assaultron! Take cover!
942Damn freak-bot!
943Bloodbug! Watch their spit!
944Ugh... nasty insect!
945Kill it like you mean it!
946Gonna rip those claws off you with my bare hands!
947Oh come on, we're fighting one of these?
948{Like when you hit a golf ball} Fooooore!
949Feral over here!
950{Mimic (mocking) zombie grunt noise} Eeeeehhhh! Shut up!
951Shoot out its jet!
952Come on you floating junkpile!
953Mirelurk! Take it out!
954Shoot for its head!
955Time for some regicide!
956Heads up! Mirelurk king!
957Goddamn mole rats!
958Gonna mount you on a stick!
959Pile of junk!
960Melt the son-of-a-gun!
961Squash it!
962Ugh... radroaches...
963Watch the stinger!
964Radscorpion!
965You damn freak!
966These things are disgusting!
967Shoot out the treads!
968Sentrybot! Give 'em hell!
969Anyone have a fly swatter?!
970Shoot it out of the sky!
971Behemoth! Take it down!
972Keep it at long range!
973Here comes big, dumb and ugly!
974Gonna drop you, green boy!
975Institute toasters!
976Synths! Blow 'em back to hell!
9770011B63CFind 'em! Find 'em!
978The hell are they?
979I don't know where they are!
980Can't find them! Damn it!
981I got nothing over here!
98200119BC8{Player told you to follow him / Confident} Lead the way.
983{Player told you to follow him - friendly / Friendly} Good, I was tired of standing around.
984{Player told you to follow him / Confident} Yep, I'm right behind you.
985{Player told you to "wait here" / Confident} Okay. Just give me a shout if you need me.
986{Player told you to "wait here" / Confident} Fine, I'll hang out here.
987{Player told you to "wait here" / Confident} All right, but don't take too long.
988All right.
989Sure, no sweat.
990Yup, you got it.
991I'll take care of it.
992Easy.
99300119BC7Later then.
994That's it?
995Done then?
996Okay. Goood to go.
997Not a problem.
99800119BC6Care to try again?
999Hell no.
1000Are you crazy?
1001Uh-uh. Never.
1002That's not going to happen.
100300119BC5Forget it.
1004No.
1005Uh-uh.
1006Heck no.
1007No way.
100800119BC4Need something?
1009What's up?
1010Yeah, what is it?
1011Well?
1012What do you want?
101300119BC3Hey, I've got some ammo for you.
1014Got some spare ammo if you want.
1015Need any ammo? I have some to spare.
1016Would a couple of rounds help you out?
1017Running low on bullets?
1018{Concerned} That cure better be here, it's the only chance Duncan has left.
1019{Concerned} I wonder what kind of sick experiments Med-Tek was doing in here.
1020{Irritated} This place is pretty big. Being in the drug business must have paid well.
1021{Sarcastic} With all the radiation leaks and ferals in here, we're lucky we haven't started glowing.
1022{Irritated} I wouldn't be surprised if Med-Tek leaked whatever disease my son has on purpose... just to drive up demand for the cure.
1023{Concerned} Building security is still online, so watch your step.
1024{Disgust} Damn ferals are infesting this place like vermin.
1025{Staring out over a giant blast crater. / Neutral} Not much left of the Institute.
1026{Concerned} It's getting late. Maybe we should look for shelter?
1027{Confident} Sun should be up soon. It'll be nice to have the daylight back.
1028{Confident} It'll definitely be easier to see our targets in the daytime.
1029{Friendly} Pretty clear out here tonight. Hope the weather holds up.
1030{Concerned} I don't like traveling at night. We could be walking right into an ambush and we'd never see it coming.
1031{Friendly} Nice day today. Perfect for traveling.
1032{sarcastic irritated / Irritated} Nothing I love more than hiking in the rain.
1033{referencing living in a cave as a youth / Amused} I've got to be honest with you, I feel more comfortable with a rocky ceiling above my head.
1034{say first line with intense voice like you're making fun of the trope / Amused} It's quiet out here... too quiet. *Laughs* Oh man, I always wanted to say that.
1035{you hate player / Angry} After what you did, I doubt anyone will hire me.
1036{you hate player / Angry} I should have stayed in Goodneighbor. This sucks.
1037{you hate player / Angry} Just back away while you still have the chance.
1038{you hate player / Angry} Nope. Whatever you're selling, I'm not interested.
1039{you hate player / Angry} Maybe I should head back to the Capital Wasteland. There's nothing here for me now.
1040{you hate player / Angry} You standing here for a reason?
1041{you hate player / Angry} What's it going to take to get through to you? Go. Away.
1042{you hate player / Angry} I made a horrible mistake sticking it out with you.
1043{you hate player / Angry} Can't believe someone could be so stupid.
1044{you hate player / Angry} It's pretty obvious that you don't care about anyone but yourself.
1045Our partnership is turning out to be the best thing that's ever happened to me. I hope it lasts.
1046Wherever you need to go, I'll be following right behind.
1047I should just give up being a merc and stick with you.
1048Going to be a while before you can wipe the smile off my face.
1049Never had a best friend before... people around me tend not to stay alive very long.
1050Too bad Duncan couldn't be out here with us. At least he's safe now.
1051I'll never get tired of this... I'm having too much fun.
1052{You're telling a joke to the Player, quick chucke then playing it off} Hey, have you heard this one? It's about the Super Mutant who wondered why a rock kept getting bigger. Then it hit him. Hehe. No? Hm.
1053{in a cheery way, you're not complaining} Come on, let's go kick some doors down. Time's wasting.
1054Hmm... Hmmmm... Hmm. Man, don't you just hate it when the stuff they play on that station gets stuck in your head?
1055That bar in Goodneighbor is looking real good right now.
1056You ought to quit helping everyone so much and start letting us help ourselves.
1057Can't believe I agreed to this crap. I must have been out of my mind.
1058This is a hell of a way to make a living.
1059The hell's your problem anyway? It's not like we're family.
1060Hundreds of potential clients in the Commonwealth and I got stuck with you.
1061{punch "all"} Congratulations, you've actually managed to suck all of the fun out of our partnership.
1062Here's a little friendly advice for the open road... stop making us look so stupid.
1063If I knew this was going to be a mercy mission, I never would have signed up.
1064Yeah, yeah... more bright ideas from the braintrust.
1065{acknowledge a craving} Man, I could really use a cigarette.
1066Let's get this show on the road.
1067The open road and a loaded weapon... doesn't get much better than this.
1068You point and I'll shoot. Pretty simple arrangement.
1069Walk a hundred miles if I knew there was a pile of caps waiting for me at the end.
1070Play your cards right and we stand to make a whole lot of money.
1071This is a far cry from working with the Gunners. Glad that's behind me.
1072I'd kill for a drink. Come to think of it, I have.
1073{said mischievously (greed)} Anytime you want me to carry some of that valuable gear you're lugging... you just me know.
1074Axes to grind? Hell, I have a ton of them.
1075Keep leading and I'll follow you. That was the deal, right?
1076I hate to admit it, but I'm starting to enjoy this little deal we have going.
1077{punch "my"} Never thought I'd see the day where someone's watching my back for a change.
1078All things considered, you're doing a hell of a job.
1079It's about time things starting going my way.
1080You're the only person alive I can trust. Don't disappoint me.
1081Pocketfuls of caps and all the ammo I can carry? Doesn't get much better than this.
1082Don't mind this hike. Helps being in such good company.
1083Next time we get a chance we should swap road stories. I bet you've got some good ones to tell.
1084Hope the good times last. They rarely do.
1085I've been having so much fun out here, I almost forgot about my troubles.
1086It'll be a cold day in hell before I let anything bad happen to you.
1087Don't get too far ahead of me... I like being close.
1088Don't know what karma I cashed, but I definitely don't deserve someone as good as you.
1089I'll never forget what you've done. You saved me... from myself.
1090Side by side, we can take on the whole world. And nothing's going to stop us.
1091Always knew there was something special about you. Glad I found it.
1092Everything's going to be alright, as long as we stick together.
1093Hope this little thing we have going lasts forever. Don't want to go back to the way things were.
1094Happy. For the first time in my life, I'm happy. Can you believe it?
1095Don't know what you're looking for out here, but I'm going help you find it... or die trying.
1096{walking in a barren irradiated zone / Sarcastic} Can we hurry this up? I'd like to leave before I grow a second head.
1097{walking in a barren irradiated zone / Concerned} I'm betting this lovely little vacation spot would give even a Super Mutant a sunburn.
1098{walking in a barren irradiated zone / Concerned} I think when I've been telling people to go to hell, they must've ended up here.
1099{walking in a barren irradiated zone / Concerned} Okay, if my hair starts falling out... I'm sending you the bill.
1100Don't know what's worse, the smell of rotting seaweed or the pungent stink of the algae.
1101Read a book once that said ocean views are breathtaking. Must have been a work of fiction.
1102You ever heard of dynamite fishing? Waste of time. Use a fat man shell and you'll never go hungry again.
1103The allure of the sea... what a crock.
1104This place is a goddamn mess. You sure you want to pick through all this garbage?
1105There has to be something valuable around here.
1106Some strange things turn up in these places. Ever hear about that warehouse in South Dakota? Yeesh.
1107If you find anything valuable, don't leave it behind. I'll help you carry it if I can.
1108Looting old warehouses isn't my idea of a good time.
1109Getting stuffed in here to avoid the bombs? Forget it... I would have taken my chances outside.
1110Can't imagine what it was like being locked in here with hundreds of other people.
1111Used to live near Vault 87 back in the day. The stories I could tell...
1112Vault-Tec got to choose who lived and who died. That's kind of like playing god if you ask me.
1113Let's get out of here as soon as we can. Don't fancy being buried alive.
1114Smells like rust with a hint of mole rat dung in here.
1115Know what I feel like in here? Like a rat in a maze.
1116Not really much around here, is there.
1117Not sure about you, but I never liked fighting in close quarters.
1118Spent a lot of time in tunnels when I was a kid. You get used to it after a while.
1119{Yell out Echo like you're in a cave, then pause to listen for the echo (which never comes)} Echo! ...Damn, I love it when that works.
1120What the hell do you expect me to snipe down here?
1121Don't like it down here. Not one bit.
1122If something steps out of these shadows, I'm going to blow it in half.
1123I'm going to guess this place is out of stock on just about everything.
1124Doing a little window shopping?
1125Waste of time. If there was anything good here, I'm betting that it's long gone.
1126Let's look around. Maybe we can find a safe or something.
1127Used to know a kid named Knick Knack who ran a store like this... kept all sorts of junk laying around.
1128Feel like there's a lot of climbing in our future.
1129Top of a building like this is the best place for sniping.
1130Hope this building holds together. It's a long way down.
1131Skyscraper like this is bound to be full of all sorts of things that don't like visitors.
1132Let's take our time in here. It's easy to overlook valuables in all the rubble.
1133Between you and me, I hate being on the water. Makes me seasick.
1134Never understood the whole "captain goes down with the ship" thing. Me, I'm smarter than that.
1135Saltwater's done some serious damage to this ship.
1136This might of been quite a hell of ship once... now it's just a man-made mirelurk nest.
1137Don't like boats. Prefer to keep my feet planted firmly on dry land.
1138{Chuckle in middle like the joke is funny to yourself} School's out forever, right? ...Never mind.
1139I don't think we're going to find much here. It's a school for god's sake.
1140Unless we're looking for books, this is a waste of time.
1141{ruined school... creepy vibe} Let's get out of here. This place... it feels wrong being here.
1142{sarcasm} Well this is a nice place to get ambushed. Great choice.
1143A trash pit. Wonderful.
1144{sarcasm} Rust. My favorite color.
1145Don't visit the city much. Safer not to.
1146All these buildings make it impossible to get a proper lay of the land.
1147You think this place looks bad? Go visit the Capital Wasteland sometime.
1148Keep your eyes open. We're not alone down here.
1149This would be a lot easier if one of these cars still worked.
1150Might be worth checking these houses for some extra ammo.
1151Bombs must have missed this town.
1152Would have been nice to put down roots somewhere like this. Beats living in a cave.
1153This place reminds me of Big Town. Better days, I guess.
1154We should stock up on supplies while we're here.
1155Well, if they struck gold here, they never lived to spend it.
1156Long way to the bottom. We better watch our step.
1157They should have been digging a shelter instead of a quarry.
1158I can get a clear shot from the top of the quarry. Just say the word.
1159If there was anything of value here, I'm guessing it's long gone by now.
1160Beautiful out here. Always loved the great outdoors.
1161Growing up underground makes you appreciate places like this.
1162Slim pickings around here. Maybe we should head out.
1163We probably shouldn't be walking out in the open like this.
1164Why couldn't Lamplight have been a park... sigh...
1165Oh god. You're going to stop and read every terminal in the place, aren't you.
1166{Quoting something, then slagging it off.} Choose a job you love, and you'll never have to work a day in your life. Huh. Tell that to these people.
1167{In disbelief... shaking your head} People sat in places like this all day and just stared at their computers?
1168Yeah, I know... check the desks for valuables. This might take a while.
1169{wry joke} Look on the bright side. If we steal office supplies, who's going to know?
1170I'd take a moment of silence to honor the fallen, but frankly... I don't care.
1171{punch "they're"} Impressive, but who builds a memorial for the memorial builders now that they're gone?
1172Where I'm from, you couldn't walk five feet without tripping over a memorial.
1173Every time I visit a place like this, I feel like I'm coming home.
1174Idiots died serving their country. I would have been looking for shelter.
1175Watch where you shoot. Too many things at these places like to go "boom."
1176Should find a few choice items here if the Commonwealth vermin haven't stripped it clean.
1177Give me a shout if you find any mods for my sniper rifle.
1178Man, it's dark down here. Might want to stay close.
1179Knew a guy that holed up in a subway tunnel once. When I found him, there was nothing left but bones.
1180Nasty as hell down here. Let's make this quick.
1181Ferals are attracted to these tunnels like bloatflies to a flame.
1182The caves I grew up in were luxurious compared to this dump.
1183Think we can get a few caps for any of this junk?
1184The hell were they studying here anyway? Bah. What a huge waste of time.
1185I'm betting nothing good for the world ever came from this place.
1186Might be a few meds mixed in with all this science junk. I'll let you know.
1187Ugh. Smells pretty bad around here. Hope the chemicals aren't toxic.
1188Seen my share of wrecked hospitals in my travels, but this one's pretty trashed.
1189Time to load up on stimpaks.
1190Got some tainted Buffout from a hospital once. Took one hit and I couldn't see straight for a week.
1191Pretty sure the doctors who worked here wouldn't have minded us helping ourselves to some free meds.
1192All these empty beds. Yeesh. Giving me the creeps.
1193Never could have held a job in a place like this. Doing the same thing day after day? No thanks.
1194Stay focused. We could get jumped again at any time.
1195Think we'll find anything useful in this dump?
1196It might be worth checking this factory for spare parts.
1197When it comes to scavenging, don't overlook places like this. One man's trash is another man's treasure.
1198Not much to search through around here.
1199This might be a decent place to take a rest.
1200Always useful to remember where these spots are.
1201Hmm. Wonder if it's safe to stop here for a bit?
1202Don't know... I'd rather hole up somewhere with a solid roof over my head.
1203Hmm. Not quite as cozy as Little Lamplight, but I could call it home.
1204I grew up living in a cave just like this. Can you believe it?
1205You'd be surprised how much a campfire can warm up a cold place like this.
1206Only thing I missed when I was living underground was the daylight.
1207Nothing yells comfort like sleeping on a rocky floor.
1208Ugh. Smells like rotting vegetables in here.
1209We might be able to scrounge up a decent bottle or two while we're here.
1210Wonder how many bottles a day this brewery churned out.
1211Been drinking since I was six. Never looked back.
1212This is a great place to look for loose caps.
1213Never been in a plane before. Highest I've ever gotten is taking a hit of Psycho.
1214One thing's for sure. These planes aren't going anywhere.
1215Imagine flying up there and suddenly the bombs hit. Yeesh.
1216Don't spend too long near that plane wreckage unless you want to start glowing from your insides.
1217I can't believe the control tower's still standing.
1218Institute synths carry some valuable tech. Don't leave anything behind.
1219Damn synths are worse than rodents. Kill one and two more take its place.
1220If the synths know we're here, the whole Institute knows we're here.
1221I don't know how these things get around so fast.
1222Don't underestimate Institute synths. They're lethal killing machines.
1223{punch "that"} I've seen a Super Mutant rip the limbs off of someone while they're still alive. Never going to get that image out of my head.
1224Super Mutants didn't just fall out of the ugly tree, they were dropped on it from low orbit.
1225Heard that Super Mutants like to take prisoners. Don't even want to know what happens to them.
1226These mutants don't scare me. Been fighting them since I was a kid.
1227There's nothing dumber than an angry Super Mutant.
1228You want to stop a robot in its tracks? Yank out its fusion battery.
1229Heard there are Pre-War robots that are still running. Now that's impressive.
1230Salvage whatever you can from these things.
1231You know why robots are so dangerous? Because they won't give up until they're destroyed.
1232There's no doubt about it. Raiders are the scum of the Commonwealth.
1233It's a pleasure to kill these guys.
1234Don't bother reasoning with a Raider. A bullet between the eyes is all they understand.
1235Let's just dust these idiots and be done with the place.
1236These morons steal anything that isn't nailed down. Like rats instead of men.
1237Ugh, I used to eat these things. Still can't get the taste out of my mouth.
1238Don't even want to imagine what kind of diseases these are carrying.
1239Mole rats will burrow right up under you if they have the chance.
1240That smell is horrible. I think I'm gonna puke.
1241Don't underestimate mole rats. Seen them strip the flesh from a man's bones in a matter of minutes.
1242Okay, I've officially lost my appetite for seafood.
1243Some people eat mirelurk meat, but I never got used to the taste.
1244If there was ever a sign that nature's pissed at us, this is it.
1245You're going to need some high velocity ammo if you want to punch through mirelurk armor.
1246Hope you brought a mallet and bib with you.
1247I can't believe I was stupid enough to run with these idiots.
1248What was I thinking joining these clowns?
1249Doesn't get much crazier than these jokers.
1250Killing these morons is doing the Commonwealth a favor.
1251So nice of them to paint that bullseye on their heads.
1252Oh good, ferals. Like shooting ghouls in a barrel.
1253I can't believe these things move so fast.
1254If too much radiation leads to looking like that, I think I'd rather die.
1255Yeah, they were people once. But trust me, their humanity vanished the moment they changed.
1256Oh god, not these walking piles of flesh again.
1257Nothing turns your shorts brown faster than a deathclaw charging at you.
1258We need to get he hell out of here as soon as possible.
1259If deathclaws are mutated Jackson's Chameleons, how the heck did they get so big?
1260We're doing a bit of big game hunting now, huh?
1261Seen bullets glance right of a deathclaw's hide before. Better load up with the heavy stuff.
1262Why the hell would you worship radiation? Makes no sense.
1263I met plenty of weirdos in my day, but these bozos are off the scale.
1264If any of this makes sense to you, I don't even want to know about it.
1265Talk about delusional... these freaks think that the Great War was a holy event.
1266Don't even bother trying to talk to any of these psychopaths.
1267Gross, just gross.
1268How the hell did these bugs end up so goddamn huge?
1269Don't tell me your afraid of a few bugs.
1270A bug bite from these things will kill ya.
1271What I wouldn't give for my own suit of Power Armor...
1272The Capital Wasteland used to be crawling with these guys.
1273Unless you like taking a laser shot to the head, don't tick off a Brotherhood soldier.
1274With the Brotherhood here, you can be sure that the Commonwealth will turn into a war zone.
1275Those whirlybirds are pretty damn impressive. Wish we had one of those.
1276000BDE26{Concerned} You might want to put some of that junk down.
1277{Concerned} Unless you want to crawl across the Commonwealth, you should dump some stuff you're carrying.
1278{Concerned} We're going to be moving way too slow unless you lighten your load.
1279{Concerned} How much more crap are you going to carry?
1280{Concerned} If you want to carry all that stuff, at least let me carry some of it for you.
1281000BBDCBIf you're trying to impress me, it's not going to work.
1282Oh god... put some clothes on, will ya?
1283{in a disapproving way} If you're going to walk around naked all the time, we need to talk.
1284000BBDCABuilding something useful I hope.
1285I've never been the hammer and nails sort of guy.
1286You're making that look easy.
1287000BBDC9Nice job, leadfoot.
1288Why don't you look where you're going!?
1289Did you have to step on that?
1290Sh... Might be more of those around.
1291000BBDC8Ugh. I hate getting wet.
1292Something tells me this isn't the best idea you've ever had.
1293Last time I checked, we weren't a couple of mirelurks.
1294000BBDC7Get anything worth talking about?
1295Now that's what I call slight-of-hand.
1296Hey, they didn't need that anyway.
1297000BBDC6Pretty slick.
1298That's for both of us, right?
1299Hey, if they cared about it, they wouldn't have left it laying around.
1300First it was theirs, now it's ours.
1301Nice work. Now let's get out of here.
1302000BBDC5{under breath} They're holding out...
1303A few more caps never hurts.
1304Oh come on... they can do better.
1305Don't tell me that's all you're going to ask for.
1306000BBDC4This is my favorite part of the job.
1307Oh man, I love the sound a pile of caps makes.
1308This almost made the whole job worthwhile.
1309The only thing better than getting a bunch of caps is spending a bunch of caps.
1310{cash register noise} Cha-ching!
1311000BBDC3Oh man, I love comics.
1312I used to collect comics like that when I was a kid.
1313You're going to read that now?
1314000BBDC2You're looking pretty sick. Might want to pop some Rad Away.
1315Might want to find a doctor soon for that rad sickness.
1316Get any sicker, and you're going to turn ghoul on us.
1317000BBDC1{clearly worried} Ummm, should that thing on your wrist be clicking that much?
1318We're not going to last long in all this radiation.
1319{sarcasm - punch the "out"} Maybe it'd be better if we moved out of the radiation?
1320Rads are making me feel sick to my stomach.
1321You want to start glowing or something?
1322000BBDC0That leg's looking pretty beat up.
1323That leg's going to slow us down.
1324Nice limp you've got there.
1325000BBDBFYeesh. Bet your head's ringing.
1326You want to sit down or something? That head wound looks painful.
1327If you apply pressure, it might stop the bleeding.
1328000BBDBEMight want to take a stimpak for that arm.
1329Umm, should your arm be crooked like that?
1330Hope that wasn't your shooting hand.
1331000BBDBDI hope we're busting into this place for a good reason.
1332Doing a little bit of breaking and entering now, eh?
1333You're full of surprises, aren't you.
1334000BBDBCSome skill you have there.
1335Looks like you've done that a few times.
1336Cute trick. You should teach me that sometime.
1337{wry joke} Nice job. But can you do it blindfolded?
1338You've unwrapped the present. Let's see what's inside.
1339000BBDBBWhat the...? Why did you do that!?
1340The hell's the matter with you!?
1341Hope you're proud of yourself. You just killed someone in cold blood.
1342000BBDBAThere's nothing wrong with a little extra firepower.
1343{punch "that's"} Now that's some impressive craftsmanship.
1344{said with a smile} Planning on putting down a few deathclaws with that?
1345000BBDB9Clever. Maybe you can do that for mine.
1346{said with a smile} That should keep you alive a bit longer.
1347You make that look easy.
1348000BBDB8That old stuff worth anything?
1349When did you start collecting antiques?
1350I'm guessing that reminds you of the old days.
1351000BBDB7What's the point of picking up that junk?
1352Oh come on. Just leave it.
1353Don't make me carry that worthless crap.
1354000BBDB6{in an amazed way} You've got to be kidding me.
1355That can't be real... no way!
1356Holy... we're rich!
1357000BBDB5Find anything useful on 'em?
1358Well, they're not going to need that stuff anymore.
1359We're splitting all that, right?
1360000BBDB4What, are you crazy?
1361That was reckless.
1362The hell was that for?
1363000BBDB3You really care about that little guy.
1364Hope he's feeling better.
1365Take care of him and he'll take care of you.
1366000BBDB2Whew. That's better.
1367Needed that. Thanks.
1368That'll help me shake it off.
1369000BBDB1{Do a slightly protracted yawn, don't say the word.} Yawn.
1370Finding anything useful or are you just wasting our time again?
1371Always thought those computers were a waste of time.
1372000BBDB0Oh man, I hate going up in these things.
1373Going for a little joyride, eh?
1374Time to travel in style.
1375000BBDAFDamn. You're not fooling around are you?
1376Time to kick some ass.
1377Remind me not to mess with you when you're in that thing.
1378000BBDAEWait. Don't we need that?
1379Might want to pick that back up.
1380So now you're just throwing stuff away?
1381000BBDADDown the hatch!
1382Wow, you must be pretty thirsty.
1383Hope you have enough of that to go around.
1384000BBDACWell, that was pretty big of you. I wouldn't have bothered.
1385Hey, it's your loot... you do what you want with it.
1386That person was pretty lucky to bump into you.
1387000BBDABDogmeat's down. Poor mutt.
1388Hey, your dog's bleeding pretty bad.
1389You better check Dogmeat... he's in bad shape.
1390000BBDAAHey! Quit firing before you shoot something you'll regret.
1391What the hell are you shooting at?
1392You crazy? Quit firing your weapon like that.
1393000BBDA6A little pick-me-up, eh?
1394Careful with that stuff.
1395Chems are just gonna drag you down.
1396000BBDA5Oh great, now you're hooked on that crap.
1397I told you that crap would rot your mind.
1398Why'd you have to go and get hooked on that garbage? You're just slowing us down.
1399000BBDA4Now that's how to get things done.
1400Sending them a message, eh? I like your style.
1401When they push... you push back. Words to live by.
1402000BBDA1Oh come on. You let them get away with that?
1403Wow, you're a goddamn pushover, aren't you.
1404What the hell? That's it?
1405000BBDA0Ridiculous. Now they're just walking all over you.
1406You were way too easy on them.
1407Are you serious? That's it? You're more tolerant than I would have been.
1408000BBD9FCode of the road. Every man for himself. Good job.
1409Nice. That'll show 'em.
1410I like how you handled that.

COMMacCreadyQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1411COMMacCreadyGoodneighborStart0003466ECOMMacAWinlock: It ain't like that. I'm just here to deliver a message.{Irritated} In case you forgot, I left the Gunners for good.COMMacAWinlock: Yeah, I heard.A1a
14120003466CCOMMacAWinlock: But you're still taking jobs in the Commonwealth. That isn't going to work for us.{re-record please (changed line) / Angry} I don't take orders from you... not anymore. So why don't you take your girlfriend and walk out of here while you still can.COMMacABarnes: What?! Winlock, tell me we don't have to listen to this shit...A1a
141300034670COMMacAWinlock: Can't say I'm surprised to find you in a dump like this, MacCready.{Irritated} I was wondering how long it would take your bloodhounds to track me down, Winlock.A1a
1414{Sarcastic} It's been almost three months... don't tell me you're getting rusty.A1b
1415{Question} Should we take this outside?COMMacAWinlock: It ain't like that. I'm just here to deliver a message.A1c
141600034669COMMacAWinlock: See, we respect other people's boundaries... we know how to play the game. It's something you never learned.{Sarcastic} Glad to have disappointed you.COMMacAWinlock: You can play the tough guy all you want. But if we hear you're still operating inside Gunner territory, all bets are off. You got that?A1a
141700034667COMMacAWinlock: You can play the tough guy all you want. But if we hear you're still operating inside Gunner territory, all bets are off. You got that?{Sarcastic} You finished?COMMacAWinlock: Yeah... we're finished.A1a
1418COMMacCreadyHoldScene000296A2PlayerVoiceFemale01: You still looking for work, MacCready?{Question} That depends. You ready to fork over 250 caps?A1a
1419COMMacCreadyMeetScene000A7D05{Confident} Look, pal. If you're preaching about the Atom, or looking for a friend, you've got the wrong guy. If you need a hired gun... then maybe we can talk.Player Default: I'm interested... if you think you've got what it takes.A
1420{Confident} Look, lady. If you're preaching about the Atom, or looking for a friend, you've got the wrong guy. If you need a hired gun... then maybe we can talk.Player Default: I'm interested... if you think you've got what it takes.A
142100066D9EPlayer Default: Sounds like you can handle yourself, but I worry about those guys throwing a wrench in the works.{Amused} If you're worried about Winlock and Barnes, don't be. They couldn't kill a squirrel with a rocket launcher.MacCready: Now, what about you? How do I know I won't end up with a bullet in my back?A1a
142200066D9DPlayer Default: Extra baggage like that can get you killed.{Confident} Look, I need the money, and I'm not about to let Winlock and Barnes scare a client away.B1a
1423{Amused} You have nothing to worry about. Those two are weaker than a housefly, and about half as smart.MacCready: Now, what about you? How do I know I won't end up with a bullet in my back?B1b
142400066D9CPlayer Default: You're acting like I'm supposed to know what you're talking about.{re-record for line change / Confident} Maybe it's better that you don't.X1a
1425{Irritated} I don't want the stink of Winlock and Barnes rubbing off on me and scaring away my business.MacCready: Now, what about you? How do I know I won't end up with a bullet in my back?X1b
142600066D9BPlayer Default: Never heard of the Gunners. Who are they?{Confident} They're one of biggest gangs in the Commonwealth.Y1a
1427{Irritated} Got a rep for being crazy... you know, so tightly wound, you'd think they were a cult or something.Y1b
1428{Confident} Stuck with them for a while cause the money was good, but I never fit in. That's why I made a clean break and started flying solo.MacCready: Now, what about you? How do I know I won't end up with a bullet in my back?Y1c
142900066D96Player Default: All I can give you is my word... and a bunch of caps.{Amused} Bunch of caps, huh? Okay, hotshot.A1a
1430{re-record / Confident} Price is 250 caps... up front. And there's no room for bargaining.Player Default: You've got a deal.A1b
143100066D95Player Default: If my caps aren't good enough to answer that question, I can take them somewhere else.{Irritated} All right, all right. No need to get your panties in a bunch.B1a
1432{Confident} Tell you what, price is 250 caps... up front and non-negotiable.Player Default: You've got a deal.B1b
143300066D94Player Default: You don't. That's part of the risk, right?{Confident} Can't argue with that.X1a
1434{Confident} I'll tell you what. Price is 250 caps... up front. And there's no room for bargaining.X1b
1435{Question} What do you say?Player Default: You've got a deal.X1c
143600066D93Player Default: Are you always this suspicious?{Irritated} Hey, you approached me.Y1a
1437{Irritated} And frankly, I'm taking a huge risk being out here in the Commonwealth in the first place... so I'm not about to leave anything to chance.Y1b
1438{Question} Which brings me back to my original question... can I trust you?Player Default: All I can give you is my word... and a bunch of caps.Y1c
1439Player Default: Are you always this suspicious?{Irritated} Already told you way too much... I need to learn to keep my big mouth shut.Y2a
1440{Confident} Look, I'm tired of playing twenty questions so I'll cut you a deal right now.Y2b
1441{Question} 250 caps... up front. And there's no room for bargaining. What do you say?Player Default: You've got a deal.Y2c
144200066D8FPlayer Default: I'm interested... if you think you've got what it takes.{Amused} You're joking right? I've been doing this since I was a kid. I know my way around.A1a
1443{Confident} I used to run with the Gunners, for god's sake.Player Default: Sounds like you can handle yourself, but I worry about those guys throwing a wrench in the works.A1b
144400066D8EPlayer Default: From what I just heard, that might be a bad idea.{Irritated} Don't tell me you're siding with those idiots. Look, if you've got the caps, I'm not gonna let you down.B1a
1445{Confident} I used to run with the Gunners, for god's sake.Player Default: Sounds like you can handle yourself, but I worry about those guys throwing a wrench in the works.B1b
144600066D8DPlayer Default: Maybe. Why don't you tell me who those guys were first.{Irritated} A couple of morons looking to climb the ladder of success by stepping on everyone else on the way up.Y1a
1447{Confident} You shouldn't be surprised though, that's how it goes when you run with the Gunners.Player Default: Sounds like you can handle yourself, but I worry about those guys throwing a wrench in the works.Y1b
144800066D8CPlayer Default: If you're worried about Winlock and Barnes, don't be. They couldn't kill a squirrel with a rocket launcher.{re-record / Question} Now, what about you? How do I know I won't end up with a bullet in my back?Player Default: All I can give you is my word... and a bunch of caps.A1a
144900066D87Player Default: You've got a deal.{Friendly} Now you're speaking my language.A1a
1450{Confident} All right, boss... you got yourself an extra gun. Lead on.Player Default: I'd pay you, but I don't have that many caps to spend.A1b
145100066D86Player Default: No way. I don't trust you.{Amused} Sticks and stones, pal.B1a
1452{Confident} You change your mind, you know where to find me.Player Default: I'd pay you, but I don't have that many caps to spend.B1b
1453Player Default: No way. I don't trust you.{Amused} Sticks and stones, lady.B2a
1454{Confident} You change your mind, you know where to find me.Player Default: I'd pay you, but I don't have that many caps to spend.B2b
145500066D85Player Default: Let me think about it.{Confident} It's not like the meter's running. Take your time... I got plenty.Player Default: I'd pay you, but I don't have that many caps to spend.X1a
145600066D84Player Default: Everything's negotiable. Would you take 200?{Impressed} You drive a hard bargain, but you just bought yourself an extra gun.Y1a
1457{Friendly} All right, boss... let's get out of here.Player Default: I'd pay you, but I don't have that many caps to spend.Y1b
1458Player Default: Everything's negotiable. Would you take 200?{Irritated} Something wrong with your hearing? I just told you I'm not going to negotiate.Y2a
1459{Irritated} So are you in, or should I get back to my drink?Player Default: You've got a deal.Y2b
14600002A212Player Default: I'd pay you, but I don't have that many caps to spend.{Sarcastic} Tough break.A1a
1461{Confident} If your luck changes, I'll be here. Until then, adios.A1b
14620002A211Player Default: You know what, forget it. You're not worth the trouble.{shrug / Confident} Suit yourself.B1a
1463{Confident} Guess this is goodbye then. When you come to your senses, I'll be here.B1b
14640002A210Player Default: I don't suppose you'll take a check?{Sarcastic} Unless a "check" is how you say "250 caps" around your neck of the woods, I'm afraid you're out of luck.X1a
1465{Confident} Maybe next time.X1b
14660002A20FPlayer Default: How about a hundred?{reluctant / Irritated} Well, I'm not making more than that sitting here and getting drunk. You've got a deal.Y1a
1467Player Default: How about a hundred?{Irritated} Sorry, I don't do charity work.Y2a
1468{Irritated} Come back when you've got the caps, and maybe we can make a deal.Y2b
1469Player Default: How about a hundred?{Confident} No... I don't like doing business that way.Y3a
1470{Confident} Look, come back when you have the caps and maybe we can make a deal.Y3b
1471000296A3Player Default: From what I just heard, sounds like you're out of business.{Irritated} Are you kidding me? I'm not about to let a couple of Gunner rejects stand between me and a solid payday.Player Default: Sounds like you can handle yourself, but I worry about those guys throwing a wrench in the works.X1a
1472COMMacCreadyQuestAScene01001965CC{Confident} All right, Winlock and Barnes should be here. Let's take them down.A1a
1473COMMacCreadyQuestAScene02001965C7Player Default: I'm sure they heard you loud and clear.{SinisterSmile} Definitely.MacCready: For the Gunners, it's always about the bottom line. They just lost this entire waystation and that cost them big.A1a
1474001965C6Player Default: Seems to me like you've made them angrier at you.{SinisterSmile} Trust me, I know them well.MacCready: For the Gunners, it's always about the bottom line. They just lost this entire waystation and that cost them big.B1a
1475001965C5Player Default: I don't know, they just lost two of their best men.{Confident} There's nothing to worry about.MacCready: For the Gunners, it's always about the bottom line. They just lost this entire waystation and that cost them big.X1a
1476001965C4Player Default: You aren't afraid the Gunners will retaliate?{Amused} The way these lunatics act, you'd think they would... but I know better.MacCready: For the Gunners, it's always about the bottom line. They just lost this entire waystation and that cost them big.Y1a
1477001965C3Player Default: Definitely.{SinisterSmile} For the Gunners, it's always about the bottom line. They just lost this entire waystation and that cost them big.A1a
1478{Friendly} Besides, they have no way of knowing I was involved.A1b
1479{Friendly} Anyway, I guess I owe you a favor now. After all, you hired me but I'm the one that dragged you out here.Player Default: You don't owe me, you clearly needed the help.A1c
1480001965C2Player Default: You don't owe me, you clearly needed the help.{Friendly} Sure, but I like everything to remain nice and even... and you're one up on me.MacCready: Tell you what. I'm going to give you back the caps you paid me in Goodneighbor.A1a
1481001965C1Player Default: Hm. You could give me back those caps I paid you.{Confident} I guess that's fair. After all, you took some of the risk.B1a
1482{Friendly} And don't worry, I'll still stick with you because that was part of the original deal. Now we're even.MacCready: There you go.B1b
1483001965C0Player Default: Well, I wasn't about to let you have all this fun alone.{Amused} *Laughs* Glad you enjoyed it.MacCready: Tell you what. I'm going to give you back the caps you paid me in Goodneighbor.X1a
1484001965BFPlayer Default: A favor, huh. Can I decide later?{Thinking} Well, I don't like these things hanging over my head.MacCready: Tell you what. I'm going to give you back the caps you paid me in Goodneighbor.Y1a
1485001965BAPlayer Default: Sure, but I like everything to remain nice and even... and you're one up on me.{Friendly} Tell you what. I'm going to give you back the caps you paid me in Goodneighbor.A1a
1486{Friendly} I'll still stick with you because that was part of the original deal, but now we're even.MacCready: There you go.A1b
1487001965B9MacCready: I'll still stick with you because that was part of the original deal, but now we're even.{Friendly} There you go.A1a
1488{Friendly} I guess we're done here. Lead on, boss.A1b
1489000A7D05{Friendly} This should send a message to the Gunners to stay off my back.Player Default: I'm sure they heard you loud and clear.A
1490COMMacCreadyQuestBScene01001965B8{InPain} Med-Tek Research. I hope Sinclair's information pays off.A1a
1491{Confident} Let's head inside and grab that cure.A1b
1492COMMacCreadyQuestBScene02001965B7{Confident} All right, let's find that executive terminal.A1a
1493{Confident} Sinclair said that's the only way we can override the facility's lockdown.A1b
1494COMMacCreadyQuestBScene03001965B6{Concerned} Check the terminal on the desk over there. Sinclair's passcode better work, or we're screwed.A1a
1495COMMacCreadyQuestBScene04001965B5{Grateful} Thank god that worked.A1a
1496{Concerned} Let's find our way down to the Sub-Level. That's where Med-Tek should be storing the cure.A1b
1497COMMacCreadyQuestBScene05001965B4{Disgust} Ugh... smells horrible. I think we're the first ones down here in a long time.A1a
1498{Disgust} The sooner we find that cure, the sooner we can get the heck out of here.A1b
1499COMMacCreadyQuestBScene06001965B3PlayerVoiceFemale01: Here you go, MacCready.{Impressed} We did it... holy crap, we actually did it! We just gave Duncan a fighting chance to live.A1a
1500{Grateful} I don't know how I'll ever be able to pay you back for this... I owe you big time.Player Default: All I care about is curing your son.A1b
1501001965B2Player Default: All I care about is curing your son.{Friendly} I know you do.A1a
1502{Grateful} I'm just getting tired of taking instead of giving. Maybe one day I'll learn to get my priorities straight.MacCready: Anyway, the last step ahead of us is getting the cure to Daisy in Goodneighbor.A1b
1503001965B1Player Default: This is a friendship, not a business contract.{Friendly} Yeah, you're right.B1a
1504{Grateful} I'm just used to people taking rather than giving. Maybe one day I'll realize that you're different.MacCready: Anyway, the last step ahead of us is getting the cure to Daisy in Goodneighbor.B1b
1505001965B0Player Default: I don't know, you're already running quite a tab.{Chuckle before line. / Apologetic} I know I am. I've always been better at taking than giving. Maybe one day I'll learn to get my priorities straight.MacCready: Anyway, the last step ahead of us is getting the cure to Daisy in Goodneighbor.X1a
1506001965AFPlayer Default: You still worried about balancing the books?{Amused} Always.Y1a
1507{Friendly} I'm just used to people taking rather than giving. Maybe one day I'll realize that you're different.MacCready: Anyway, the last step ahead of us is getting the cure to Daisy in Goodneighbor.Y1b
1508001965AAPlayer Default: I'm just getting tired of taking instead of giving. Maybe one day I'll learn to get my priorities straight.{Concerned} Anyway, the last step ahead of us is getting the cure to Daisy in Goodneighbor.A1a
1509{Concerned} With her caravan contacts, she's the only one I trust to get this to Duncan on time.A1b
1510{Friendly} This is the last favor I'm going to ask, I promise.A1c
1511{Friendly} Let's go.A1d
1512COMMacCreadyQuestBScene070019B308NPCFDaisy: MacCready! I haven't seen you in a while. You haven't been avoiding me, have you?{playful, friendly / Friendly} Now how could I stay away from someone as cute as you, Daisy?COMMacBDaisy: You're a lousy liar, but I'll just play stupid and pretend I don't know that.A1a
15130019B306COMMacBDaisy: So, what did you need?{getting serious / Confident} I got it, Daisy. I found the cure to Duncan's disease.COMMacBDaisy: Oh my god! That's wonderful news.A1a
15140019B304COMMacBDaisy: How did you do it? Last time you tried, the ferals almost chewed you to bits.{Friendly} I didn't do it alone. My friend here got me through Med-Tek.MacCready: Now all I need to do is get the cure into Duncan's hands. Can you help me?A1a
15150019B302MacCready: I didn't do it alone. My friend here got me through Med-Tek.{Question} Now all I need to do is get the cure into Duncan's hands. Can you help me?COMMacBDaisy: Of course, MacCready. You've saved my behind more than once, it's the least I can do.A1a
15160019B2F6COMMacBDaisy: It will arrive at your homestead in no time, MacCready.{Grateful} Thanks, you're a doll.COMMacBDaisy: Hey, do me a favor.A1a
1517-000A7D05Back again? Thought I told you I didn't have time for this nonsense.A
1518So this is it? What a dump.A
1519000273C5Let's get this show on the road.
1520Standing here talking ain't making us any caps you know.
1521Man, I could use a cigarette.
1522The Commonwealth's got the Capital Wasteland beat... that's for sure.
1523This beats sitting around and drinking myself to death.
1524This sure beats hanging with the Gunners.
1525Raking in the caps... don't get much better than this.
1526Brothers gotta stick together, you know?
1527Gotta tell you, getting pretty sick of this gig.
1528Yeah, yeah... more bright ideas from the braintrust.
1529This isn't a merc outfit, it's like being back in the scouts.
1530Cocked, locked and ready to rock, boss.
1531That bar in Goodneighbor's starting to look good again.
1532Still waiting on that transmitter. Quit taking your sweet time.
1533Still waiting on that transmitter. Without it, we're dead in the water.
1534Could still use that transmitter if you find it, boss.
1535I'll be damned... you found a transmitter. Gotta say I didn't expect you to come through.
1536000273A5First thing I'm gonna need is a military grade transmitter. I've got some contacts out there that'll join us. I just need to give the word.
1537Can you handle that?
1538You've got a point there.
1539All right, what the fuck... sorry, I promised I wouldn't say it like that. Ah, forget it... let's just get going.
1540Sooner we leave this place behind, the better.

COMMacCreadyTalkEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1541COMMacCreadyTalk_RelationshipScene001A2E5C{Talking to your best friend. / Happy} You saved my son's life. That makes us pretty damn close in my book.A2a
1542{Talking to your best friend. / Happy} I'd say putting that cure for Duncan's disease in my hands pretty much guarantees that I'll be your friend for life.A3a
1543{Talking to your best friend. / Happy} We're doing great. Heck, I'd say we're best friends.A4a
1544{Talking to your best friend. / Happy} I couldn't ask for anyone better to watch my back. Trust like that doesn't come easy.A5a
1545{Talking to your best friend. / Happy} I could never ask for a better partner, or a better friend than you.A6a
1546001A2E5B{Talking to a good friend. / Happy} I feel like I've made the right choice sticking with you.A2a
1547{Talking to a good friend. / Friendly} I like the way you've been handling things lately. Let's hope it stays that way.A3a
1548{Talking to a good friend. / Friendly} I'd say we're making a heck of a team right now.A4a
1549{Talking to a good friend. / Friendly} When it comes down to it, I like having you in my corner. Let's try and keep it that way.A5a
1550{Talking to a good friend. / Friendly} We're doing pretty good... starting to see eye-to-eye on a lot of things. Hope it lasts.A6a
1551001A2E5A{Talking to someone you've got mixed feelings for. / Neutral} I don't really know how we're doing. I guess I need more time to decide.A2a
1552{Talking to someone you've got mixed feelings for. / Neutral} So far there's nothing to complain about. Nothing to get excited about either.A3a
1553{Talking to someone you've got mixed feelings for. / Neutral} Well, partnering up with you sure beats drinking myself blind in Goodneighbor.A4a
1554{Talking to someone you've got mixed feelings for. / Neutral} I don't know. I haven't killed you yet. That good enough?A5a
1555{Talking to someone you've got mixed feelings for. / Neutral} I think we'd get along better if you started listening to me once in a while.A6a
1556001A2E59{Talking to someone you're not pleased with. / Irritated} To be honest, I'm kind of ticked off with you right now.A2a
1557{Talking to someone you're not pleased with. / Irritated} Why do you care? It seems like you're doing everything you can to make me angry.A3a
1558{Talking to someone you're not pleased with. / Irritated} I don't discuss relationships with my partners. I like to keep things professional.A4a
1559{Talking to someone you're not pleased with. / Irritated} You have to ask, huh? Well, I got news for you. Things could be a lot better.A5a
1560{Talking to someone you're not pleased with. / Irritated} Oh, now it's important to you. Since when did you start caring?A6a
1561001A2E58{Talking to someone you loathe. / Angry} Are you freaking kidding me? That's the stupidest thing you've ever asked.A2a
1562{Talking to someone you loathe. / Angry} Oh, so now you suddenly care how I feel? It's a little late for that, don't you think?A3a
1563{Talking to someone you loathe. / Angry} Stop pretending you care. It's insulting my intelligence.A4a
1564{Talking to someone you loathe. / Angry} Are you trying to piss me off? Because you're doing a hell of a job by asking me that.A5a
1565{Talking to someone you loathe. / Angry} Yeah, I can't believe you have the nerve to even ask me that right now. Maybe we should talk about something else.A6a
1566001A2E57{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} I plan on walking this earth with you until the day I die. That give you enough of a clue?A2a
1567{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} Having you this close to me has made me happier than I've ever been before.A3a
1568{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} You already know things are the best they've ever been between us.A4a
1569{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} The day you told me that you loved me was the greatest day of my life.A5a
1570{You're speaking to someone you're desperately in love with. / Happy} With you at my side, I feel like I can take on the world. There's no bond stronger than that.A6a
1571COMMacCreadyTalk_TalkScene001A2E60Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.No problem.A1a
1572001A2E5FPlayer Default: That's all for now.Sure.B1a
1573Player Default: That's all for now.All right.B2a
1574Player Default: That's all for now.Fine by me.B3a
1575001A2E5EPlayer Default: We should go our separate ways.{Player just dismissed you. / Friendly} Well, if you think that's best, I suppose it's okay.X1a
1576{Concerned} Just be careful. I don't think I could stand losing someone I care about for the second time.X1b
1577Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Player just dismissed you. / Friendly} All right, I guess I'll head back and wait for you.X2a
1578{Concerned} Just be careful, the Commonwealth isn't the safest place to wander alone.X2b
1579Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Player just dismissed you. / Friendly} Okay. I'll head back and wait for you.X3a
1580{Concerned} Take care of yourself.X3b
1581Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Player just dismissed you. / Irritated} I think you're making a huge mistake, but hey... it's your funeral.X4a
1582{Confident} If you change your mind, you know where to find me.X4b
1583Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Player just dismissed you. / Irritated} Getting sick of my company, huh? Harsh. See you later.X5a
1584Player Default: We should go our separate ways.{Player just dismissed you. / Irritated} That's the best idea you've ever had.X6a
1585{Irritated} See you around. Maybe.X6b
1586001A2E56Here's that ammo.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1587Here you go.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1588Here, this should help keep you alive.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1589Hope this helps.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1590Take this... you're going to need it.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1591{Angry} What the heck do you want?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1592{Angry} What are you bothering me about now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1593{Angry} This better be good.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1594{Angry} What the heck is your problem now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1595{Angry} What's so important?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1596{Irritated} Yeah? What do you want?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1597{Irritated} Yeah, what?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1598{Irritated} You need something in particular or are you just bored?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1599{Irritated} This going to take long?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1600{Irritated} Well, what is it now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1601{Question} Need something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1602{Question} What's on your mind?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1603{Question} Yeah?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1604{Question} What's up?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1605{Question} What do you want?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1606{Friendly} You need to talk?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1607{Friendly} You wanted to ask me something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1608{Friendly} Anything wrong?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1609{Concerned} What's the matter?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1610{Friendly} Can I help?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1611{Friendly} Is something bothering you?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1612{Friendly} I sure hope nothing's wrong...Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1613{Friendly} Always up for a little chat.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1614{Friendly} Anything you need?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1615{Friendly} Just ask, and I'll try to help.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1616{Friendly} Hey, is something the matter?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1617{Friendly} If you need something, just say the word.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1618{Friendly} If you want to talk, I'm here for you.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1619{Friendly} If somethin's on your mind, I'd love to hear about it.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1620{Flirting} Well... hello, handsome.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1621{Flirting} Well... hello, beautiful.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A

COMQuestCommentaryEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1625-0021B0D2{Irritated} I don't know about this Freedom Trail thing. We should be out here trying to make some caps, but instead, we're out here sightseeing.
1626{Sarcastic} You really think Valentine has what it takes to find your kid? He's literally falling apart.
1627{reassuring and committed / Confident} If Kellogg's out there, we'll find him. I promise.
1628{You and Player killed Kellogg / Confident} Well, that's the end of that. Looks like Kellogg won't be kidnapping anyone... ever again.
1629{punch "that's" / Impressed} Did you see the size of that airship? Now that's how you make an entrance.
1630{Irritated} Ugh. Is she really going to poke around Kellogg's brain like that? Gross. I hope this Doctor Amari knows what she's doing.
1631{Impressed} That little trip down Kellogg's memory lane really worked, eh? Must have been something else.
1632{the last part say wryly / Concerned} If Doctor Virgil really turned himself into a Super Mutant, we need to find him before he completely loses his mind... and decides to kill us.
1633{amused sarcasm / Amused} Well, I'll be damned. I never knew that those Coursers came with a free prize.
1634{ready for the next adventure / Question} So what's our next move? Find someone that can read that chip?
1635{Amused} Now let me get this straight. You're trusting a machine to safely take you apart, then put you back together.
1636{Sarcastic} Well, I'll tell you what, if you make it back... I'll be the first to shake your hand. If you still have one.
1637{Amused} Well, you still look like you, so I guess the machine didn't turn you into a pile of mush.
1638{Suspicious} Now all you need to explain is how the heck you managed to get out of the Institute alive.
1639{Nervous} Watching that airship go down in flames... yeah... remind me never to piss you off.
1640{Amused} I'll be honest with you. As long as the Railroad pays us caps, I don't care if we rescue synths or Santa Claus.
1641{Confident} Decided to fly the Railroad's flag, eh? Fine by me, I just hope they're paying us back for putting our necks on the line.
1642{Impressed} The Railroad had themselves a heck of a headquarters before the Institute decided to kick in the front doors.
1643{Concerned} The Brotherhood I remember wouldn't have let us off so easy. Good thing they're being distracted by the Institute.
1644{Concerned} We're taking a lot of risk using the Trojan Horse method. Let's hope the Brotherhood's rusty on their Ancient Greek History.
1645{Reassuring / Friendly} Hang in there. We'll make the Institute pay for what they did to you and your family.
1646{Thinking} I don't know... playing soldier isn't exactly one of my life's ambitions.
1647{Confident} But if it gets you closer to whatever you're looking for, you might want to stick around.
1648{Nervous} I'm not sure if we just helped a few stranded soldiers or pulled the trigger on an invasion of the Commonwealth.
1649{Worried} I really hope you know what you're doing. The Brotherhood guys... they aren't playing cards with a full deck.
1650{Worried} Get in the way of their technological crusade, and they'll knock you down without even blinking.
1651{with a wink / Amused} You didn't happen to... "borrow" any of those Fat Man shells while you were at Fort Strong, did you?
1652{Confident} When I was a kid, I heard stories about Liberty Prime Junior stomping around the Captial Wasteland.
1653{Worried} By helping the Brotherhood bring it back, you're unleashing a mechanical monster into the Commonwealth.
1654{Amused} Don't tell me you were shocked when you found out Danse is a synth. The guy has about as much emotion as a bag of hammers.
1655{Surprised} Letting Danse die after he went to bat for you with the Brotherhood was pretty low. How could you do that to someone who trusted you?
1656{Friendly} The way you stuck your neck out for Danse... well, it says a lot about you.
1657{Friendly} Makes it easier to stick around when I know I won't end up getting stabbed in the back.
1658{Irritated} I know you were just following orders, but did you really have to kill all these people just because Maxson said so?
1659{Berylli-hooga-whatever is MacCready not bothering to say name of fancy device / SinisterSmile} I don't care what the Berylli-hooga-whatever is for. If you get to take down some synths in the process, then it sounds like it's worth going aft
1660{Nervous} Well, there's no going back now. I only hope Liberty Prime finds the way into the Institute, or this is going to be a short war.
1661{SinisterSmile} Only Raiders would be stupid enough to let a synth order them around. Let's go and help them sort things out.
1662{punch "want" / Confident} Did you ever stop and think that those synths at Bunker Hill might not want to be found? Maybe we should just look the other way this time.
1663{Confident} I don't care what the Berylli-hooga-whatever is for. If you want to help the Institute get that thing, they better be paying us well.
1664{Irritated} I can't believe you talked someone into working with the Institute. As if things out here aren't bad enough already.
1665{Nervous} I'm going to be honest with you. I'm not sure if your little announcement about the reactor going online is making me feel better... or worse.
1666{Irritated} I know you were just following orders, but did you really have to kill all these people just because the Institute said so?
1667{Confident} Institute... one, Commonwealth... zero. Not exactly the outcome I would have bet on, but as long as you're happy, that's all that matters.
1668{whistle like "wow!" / Impressed} It takes a lot to impress me, but watching you kill that Deathclaw... *whistles* ... that was something else.
1669{Confident} So, the Minutemen need a new home, and we get to kill a bunch of Mirelurks? Count me in.
1670{SinisterSmile} Well, I might be covered in a bunch of mirelurk slime, but I'm hanging in there. Where to now?
1671{Sarcastic} Well that Mirelurk Queen was, uh... horrifying. I don't think I'm ever going near the ocean again.
1672{Confident} If Ronnie's right, this armory could be like a goldmine. I'd say we follow her lead for now.
1673{Confident} With all those weapons in the armory, the Minutemen should have plenty of protection. I hope they appreciate everything we've done for them.
1674{Impressed} That artillery should give the Minutemen the edge they need to take on anyone... including the Brotherhood of Steel.
1675{Surprised} Welp, that closes the book on the Institute. I can't believe you actually did it.
1676{Amused} Looks like I picked the right traveling partner to hang around with. Now what do you say we head off and look for some more trouble?

DialogueAbernathyFarmEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1679DialogueAbernathyFarmBlakeScene0016A716Player Default: There's nothing worse than losing a child. Believe me, I know.{thinking about your sick son / Somber} I hope I never have to experience that feeling...Blake: I'm sorry to hear you say so.A7a
16800016A715Player Default: If your daughter was that stupid, she got what she deserved.{first line sarcasm / Surprised} Well, that was charming. What's gotten into you?Blake: You're a real son of a bitch, aren't you?B8a

DialogueDiamondCityEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1681MoeGreetSceneBaseball0200169BFEPlayer Default: It was America's pasttime. A sport that united families on warm summer days. And it wasn't violent. Mostly.That sounds pretty damn boring... well, except the part about being with your family.Moe: ... I like my version better.A11a
168200169BFDPlayer Default: The teams would also beat the spectators to death. That's how the term "spectator sport" got started.Yeah, something tells me you're making all this up.Moe: ... I like my version better.B12a
168300169BFCPlayer Default: There were balls, strikes, three bases, and home runs. You kept score by how many runners made it to home plate.Oh my god, that sounds boring.Moe: ... I like my version better.X11a
168408MayorIntroScene2a00169C0APlayer Default: Always believed in freedom of the press.That's a pretty outdated concept if you ask me. Who even cares anymore?Mayor: Oh, I didn't mean to bring you into this argument, good sir. No no no... You look like Diamond City material.A6a
168500169C09Player Default: Newspapers just like to stir up trouble.{agreeing with the player} Yeah, the world's already filled with bad news... what good does it do to broadcast that to everybody?Mayor: Oh, I didn't mean to bring you into this argument, good sir. No no no... You look like Diamond City material.B7a

DialogueGoodneighborEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1686MagnoliaGreetScene0016A398Player Default: I loved the song. It was perfect.{referring to the jazz singer} She's one of the reasons why this is such a great place to lie low.Magnolia: Oh, thank you! A girl tries her best. *chuckle*A3a
16870016A397Player Default: I'm not a big fan of jazz.Jazz is all right, but nothing beats good old-fashioned rock and roll.Magnolia: Shame... but that's all I ever sing here. Goodneighbor inspires a certain kind of music.B4a

DialogueGraygardenEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1688DialogueGraygardenIntro0016C43FPlayer Default: That's pretty ingenious. I bet you can work around the clock.Robots working on a farm, huh? Now I've seen it all.SupervisorWhite: Of course, darling. Our unique hierarchy allows for constant operation.A7a
16890016C43EPlayer Default: Robots can do simple tasks, sure, but you need a human being to make the big decisions.Makes sense to me. I mean, someone has to program these things.SupervisorWhite: Ah, but that's where Graygarden is unique, darling.B8a
16900016C43BSupervisorWhite: Perhaps you've noticed that I possess a rather singular personality, as do the other supervisors.Ugh. Every single time it's calling you "darling" it gives me the creeps.Player Default: Well, it's definitely unique. Sort of hard to miss.A7a

DialogueTheSlogEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1691DialogueTheSlogSceneIntro00185C70Player Default: It's pretty clever, making a tarberry bog out of an old swimming pool.{unsure of what to make of something / Puzzled} Well, it's certainly... something all right.Wiseman: I appreciate your saying so.A7a
169200185C6FPlayer Default: The first word that comes to my mind is "ugly."Yeah, it looks like a huge mess to me.Wiseman: Hey, do I look like a guy who puts a premium on beauty?B8a

DialogueWarwickHomesteadEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1693DialogueWarwickHomesteadIntro0016C44CPlayer Default: No wonder your crops are doing so well.Oh god... I feel like I'm going to throw up.Roger: Yeah, they really are.A7a
16940016C44BPlayer Default: I don't care how fertile the soil is, this place reeks.{retch a bit / Disgust} Oh god... I think I'm going to be sick.Roger: Yeah, but you get used to it.B6a

DN019JoinCultEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1695DN019JoinCultEmogene0016A0A5Player Default: I'm a friend of the family. Maybe I can talk some sense into her.Blah, blah, blah... why are you even talking to these morons?CultLeader: Look... truth is, we had a little, uh, disagreement about her joining the movement. She got kind of violent.A7a
16960016A0A4Player Default: I killed the last guy who was running this scam. In case that matters to you.{threatening rhetorical question / SinisterSmile} Maybe they'd rather spend the last few seconds of their lives with a gaping hole in their chest?CultLeader: Uh, good to know. Let me just unlock the door for you, okay?B8a
1697DN019JoinCultEmogeneBribe0016A0A1What a waste of good caps... and a good fight.CultLeader: Well, that's different.A8a
1698DN019JoinCultOfficeGaveItems0016A0A0{amused / Amused} Is this going to be one of those tricks where they make you moo like a brahmin?Player Default: "I deserve a better life. A better life is coming. A better life is almost here."A8a
1699DN019JoinCultOfficeScene0016A09FCultLeader: Just go ahead and give me everything you own, and I'll initiate you as a first level Pillar of the Community.{Angry} Yeah right, buddy. You know where you can shove that pillar.Player Default: Here, this is everything I have.A8a

DN036Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1700DN036_Main0010E0BAPlayer Default: They've got something they use to control us, to make us do things we don't want to do.{Worried} You gonna take that risk? If she's really a synth...Phyllis: Any second now they might send some signal, or I'll see the color orange, or whatever it is they do and BOOM.A11a

FFDiamondCityEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1702FFDiamondCity08GiveNukaScene0016A3B4Player Default: Here you go.Addicted to Nuka Cola? Now I've heard it all.Sheffield: *gasp* Oh thank you! Thank you!A8a
17030016A3B3Player Default: I'm... gonna go...Yeah, I think that's a good idea. This guy's weird.Sheffield: *whimpering*B8a
17040016A3B2Player Default: Drink. Some. Water.{amused by the Player / Amused} Yeah, I think he's getting the message.Sheffield: Nuka-Cola...So thirsty...*whimpering*X8a
1705FFDiamondCity10_021_Companion0017CF49Yeah, I never liked that guy. There was always something a little bit off about him.Companion: Next time you're thinkin' of lettin' someone off the hook, ask them to pay up first. You missed a golden opportunity.A8a
17060017CF48You let him go after all that? I'd have put a bullet in his head the moment I had the chance.Companion: Well, scratch one wolf in sheep's clothin'. I guess we're done here.A7a
17070017CF47Well, that solves that problem. At least we didn't let him walk.A7a

Inst301Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1708Inst301BranchBossExtort0016C443Player Default: You have my word. Give me you what you've got, and we'll leave.At least we'll all walk away in one piece, I guess.SynthBoss: The password to get into the stash is "Mad Orca".A8a
17090016C442Player Default: Hell no. I'll think just take what I want.{locked and loaded / SinisterSmile} Sounds like it's go time.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.B7a
17100016C441Player Default: On second thought, nah.{Irritated} I thought that guy would never shut up.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.X8a
17110016C440Player Default: And if I refuse?Or we could kill them and take the loot anyway. Just saying.SynthBoss: If that's the way you want it, then let's finish this.Y6a
1712Inst301SceneX6GivesResetCode0016C447Player Default: Good, I'd like to avoid any unnecessary violence.{Disgust} Bah, to hell with all this code nonsense. Let's just take it down the old fashioned way.X6: Well, he might not be alone up there. Violence might be inevitable.A8a
17130016C446Player Default: I'm not going to destroy this man's identity and free will. Killing him would be more humane.And a lot easier than depending on a code that might not even work.X6: He's not a man, sir, he's a synth. A synth that's confused and dangerous.B8a
1714Inst301SceneX6Intro0016C448X6: I've already neutralized the perimeter guard. Just give the word, and we can start the assault on the main flotilla.{Mimicking the line you just heard (in quotes) / Disbelief} Neutralized the perimeter guard? Who the hell talks like that?Player Default: Alright, let's go.A8a

Inst302Edit

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1715Inst302Stage40CourserScene001689C3Player Default: Remember, the synths are the primary objective. Harm must be avoided at all costs.{sarcasm / Sarcastic} So who put the toy robot in charge?X418: Here are the recall codes. Follow me.A7a

Inst306Edit

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1716Inst306Stage20Desdemona001689BBPlayer Default: Of course I'm not going to go through with it. So how do I deal with it?You're just going to let everyone go? Man, what a letdown.Desdemona: We'll deal with that later. We need to prepare for a Brotherhood assault.A8a
1717001689BAPlayer Default: I'm afraid you all have to die.Guess this is goodbye, sweetheart.Desdemona: Deacon vouched for you. I knew I shouldn't have trusted him. Or you. We're not going down without a fight.B8a
1718001689B9Player Default: You're alive, so what do you think?I thought we were here to wipe you out, so count your blessings, sweetheart.Desdemona: I don't have time for guessing games. And the Brotherhood could be here at any moment.X8a

InstM01Edit

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1719InstM01CedricScene0016C434Player Default: A man's life is at stake, and you're fishing for a bribe? You're pathetic.Let's just drop this guy and be done with it.Cedric: Then I guess this conversation's over.B7a
1720InstM01RogerSceneSuspect0016C436Roger: Now he's starting to work on my wife and kids, trying to turn them against me too.I don't care if you're metal or flesh... no one should split apart your family.Player Default: They just need to be convinced Bill's wrong. That won't be hard.A7a

InstMassFusionEdit

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1721InstMassFusion_10_Roof0016F310AllieFilmore: Well, you were right. The Brotherhood sure is here. Guess we'll have to go through them.{SinisterSmile} Man, oh man... this is going to be fun.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.A7a
1722InstMassFusion_11_AgitatorMissing0016F30EAllieFilmore: No sign of the Agitator... We'll have to search the rest of the building.Well, at least we're starting at the top.A7a
1723InstMassFusion_13_PowerLoss0016F30AAllieFilmore: They cut the power to the elevators... It's clever, I'll give them that.Yeah, these Brotherhood guys are pretty resourceful.A7a
1724InstMassFusion_15_ViewReactor0016F307AllieFilmore: There's the reactor. Not a bad piece of work, for its time.{sarcasm on "breathtaking" / Irritated} Breathtaking. Now can we get a move on before the Brotherhood decides they want to use us for target practice again?A7a
1725InstMassFusion_20_ElevatorToLobby0016F2F8AllieFilmore: These guys just don't know when they're beaten, do they?{smirk... locking and loading for a fight / SinisterSmile} Well, let's all give them a nice, warm welcome.AllieFilmore: I'll help the synths buy some time. Make sure you get back to the Institute with the Agitator!A7a

Min01Edit

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1726Min01PrestonOutroFinal0016A084Preston: 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.{playful / Amused} Hey, you already have me as follower... look how well you're doing already.Player Default: Okay. I'll do it.A8a
17270016A083Player Default: Okay. I'll do it.I think you made the right choice... now we've got allies watching our back.Preston: Good. Good! Welcome aboard. I feel like this is a whole new start for the Minutemen, and the Commonwealth, too.A8a
17280016A082Player Default: No. I'm not your savior. I have my own problems to deal with.Yeah, we got plenty of trouble on our plate already.Preston: I get it. You can't take care of other people's problems when you're still overwhelmed by your own.B8a
1729Min01SturgesIntro0016A085Oh, darn... look at the time. You go ahead and build... I got, uh, stuff to do.Player Default: I'd be glad to help.A7a

Min02Edit

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1730Min02PrestonCastlePrebattle20016A08DPlayer Default: Let's not over-complicate this. Just get in there and hit them with everything we've got.I'm right there with you, boss. Lead the way.PrestonGarvey: If you say so.A8a
17310016A08CPlayer Default: I'm not ready to make a call yet.Damn it, I hate waiting.PrestonGarvey: Sure, take another look around. If you get into trouble we've got your back, but it's better if we go in with a plan.B9a
17320016A08BPlayer Default: Let's hit them from both sides.{getting a little frustrated} Who cares if we come in from the side, from the front... from the sky. Let's just get in there and blow them away.PrestonGarvey: We'll split up and you can join which ever side you think needs the extra support.X8a
17330016A08APlayer Default: Set up a firing line and I'll draw them out.Sure, whatever. Better you than me.PrestonGarvey: Sounds good. We'll hold back and wait for them to come to us. Just don't get yourself trapped in there.Y8a
1734Min02PrestonCourtyard001776E9PrestonGarvey: Let's do this, General.{mirelurks are shelled creatures / Confident} All right. Let's go kick some... err, shell.A7a

Min03Edit

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1735Min03RonnieIntroBrawl0016A091Player Default: Easy. I just didn't know there were any other Minutemen out there.{disappointed, missing a fight / Disgust} Awww, come on. Don't let her off the hook like that.RonnieShaw: Yeah, I did take a pretty long vacation after Joe died. Not surprised you never heard of me.A7a
17360016A090Player Default: I'd like to see you try.{SinisterSmile} All right, grandma. Put up or shut up.RonnieShaw: This is going to be fun.B7a
17370016A08FPlayer Default: I don't have time for a dick-measuring contest. What do you actually want?{disgusted in a joking way / Disgust} Yyyyeah... it's going to be a while before I get that image out of my head.RonnieShaw: You kiss your mother with that mouth? At least you're finally ready to get down to business.X8a
17380016A08EPlayer Default: If you're a Minuteman, how come Preston never told me about you?{sarcasm / Sarcastic} Maybe Preston was making a point. Like to avoid this old biddy at all costs.RonnieShaw: Garvey? Oh yeah, I heard of him. Took over Hollis's group after the Quincy Massacre. One of the good ones.Y6a

MinDestBoSEdit

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1739MinDestBoSFiring0017A603PrestonGarvey: Good lord above. Almost makes you feel sorry for those poor bastards.Whew! That thing's going down faster than I thought. Nice shooting.RonnieShaw: They had it coming. Should've never tried to lord it over the Commonwealth. That never ends well.A7a

MinVsInstEdit

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1740MinVsInstMinutemenStage30CitizenQuestion001689B7Player Default: The Institute wants the same things you do. We can find a way to work together.The Institute's been kidnapping people from the Commonwealth, and now you think the Minutemen can work with them? You're crazy.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.A7a
1741001689B6Player 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.Yeah, give us an excuse to open fire... please.MinutemenContact: Woah, look... I'm not trying to get everyone here killed, okay?B8a
1742001689B5Player 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.Sigh. These idiots never learn.MinutemenContact: You'd better be right. If you're not, that man's life is on your head.X7a
1743MinVsInstStage50EnricoScene001689C2Player Default: You're right, I suppose.This is a goddamn waste of time. Just point us in the right direction.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.A7a
1744001689C1Player Default: Look, I had the same intelligence reports as everyone else. No one saw this coming.Probably because you were too stupid to look. Now tell us where the heck we're going already.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.B7a

MQ106Edit

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1745MQ106_CompanionDogmeatScene00220FAF{Confident} Well, well... Dogmeat must be part bloodhound. Why don't you give him a break while we pay Kellogg a visit?A6a
1746DogmeatLostTrail00169BCAPretty clever mutt you have there.Companion: This Kellogg bloke certainly isn't makin' this easy, is he.A8a
174700169BC9Smart pooch. I could have used a dog like that when I was making my way up here from the Capital Wasteland.Companion: I'm gonna kill this Kellogg fella meself for makin' us walk all to hell and back lookin' for him...A7a
174800169BC8Where to next?Companion: I'm gonna hear that damn dog barkin' in me sleep.A7a
174900169BC7Kellogg's pretty smart... he's doing everything he can to keep people off his trail.Companion: This better be the place. Getting' tired of playin' cat and mouse with Kellogg.A7a
175000169BC6{Irritated} Are we finally closing in on this guy or what?A8a

MS01Edit

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1751MS01BillyOutOfFridge0016B9F1Player Default: Then let's go find your home.{a little bit snide} There better be some gold at the end of this rainbow, if you catch my meaning.Billy: Thanks. I live in Quincy. Or at least I used to. But I don't know how to get there.A7a
17520016B9F0Player Default: You'll have to figure out your own life.Yeah, sorry kid... no excess baggage on this flight.Billy: I guess I'll just sit here until some monster comes and eats me.B8a
17530016B9EFPlayer Default: I hate to tell you this, but your parents are probably dead.Losing family's never easy, but you'll pull through... hang in there, buddy.Billy: Dead? You really think so?X8a

MS04Edit

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1754MS04_0100_Intro0016A804Player Default: Good on you for trying to make the world better.{stunned at crazy notion / Surprised} This has to be a joke. Tell me this is a joke.Kent: I just have to do something, you know?A6a
17550016A803Player Default: You know you're completely nuts, right?Yeah, that about says it all.Kent: Sadly, that's not the first time I've heard that.B2a
1756MS04_0500_2_AJ0016A808Player Default: Hand over the caps.Good call. Best to step out of the way.AJ: Here. And don't show your face around here again.A6a
17570016A807Player Default: Stop selling to children, miscreant. Or face my wrath.If my boss says you're out of business, then I'm taking you down.AJ: Screw you. Waste the freak.B7a
1758MS04_1300_SinjinConfrontation0016A800Player Default: Looks like it's my lucky day. Because I'm getting both of you.{to enemy / Angry} Oh, shut up!A7a
17590016A7FFPlayer Default: Stop talking like that.{unsure at beginning, then threatening / Angry} Uh, yeah! We're coming for you!SinjinRightHand: It is the Shroud. It really is. Screw this.B3a
17600016A7FEKent: He'd... He'd. Episode 23.{congratulating someone / Happy} Nice one!Sinjin: *laugh* Enjoy the show, Kent. After I'm done with the Shroud, you're next.X7a
1761MS04_Comp_ActingLikeShroud0016A80BYou know what? That wasn't half bad.A8a
1762MS04_Comp_PCisAssassin0016A80ANice work. So, are done here?A8a
1763MS04_Comp_PCKilledHostage0016A809{surprised, but not angry / Surprised} Holy crap... that guy went down like a sack of tatoes.A8a

MS05BEdit

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1764MS05B_ReturnEggToNest00168980{Disbelief} I've done some crazy stunts in my day, but helping out a deathclaw? That takes the cake.A8a

MS07aEdit

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1765004_MS07aCrockerScene020016963EPlayer Default: You made a mistake, but you can still do the right thing, doctor. Just think this through.There's no going back from what this guy did.DocCrocker: You're...you're right. There's one thing I can do. Only one thing's going to make this all better.A6a
17660016963CPlayer Default: You've killed a man, doctor. You're going to pay for it. Put the gun down, and come with me.You're arresting this nutcase? The hell with that.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!X6a
1767004b_MS07aCompanionInterjects0016963AGood god... what a loser.Companion: Crocker got exactly what was comin' to him.A6a
176800169639An eye for an eye. Code of the road.A6a

MS09Edit

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1769MS09CabotHouseIntroJack0016A0A9Player Default: That's really interesting.{nervous / Nervous} Look, I know I talk a lot of crap... but this alien stuff kind of freaks me out.Jack: I'm glad to hear you say that. It's become my life's work.A7a
17700016A0A8Player Default: You can believe whatever wacko theories you want, as long as I get paid.{nervous / Nervous} Look, don't make fun of this stuff... you never know.Jack: Well if that's how you feel, I'll leave you to Edward. He'll be your immediate supervisor.B8a
17710016A0A7Player Default: I'm really just here about the job.{nervous / Nervous} Yeah, what's the job? It'll help me take my mind off of all the alien crap this guy's talking about.Jack: I'm sorry if I'm rattling on. I sometimes forget not everyone finds these things as compelling as I do.X6a
17720016A0A6Player Default: You think aliens created human civilization?{nervous / Nervous} Of course he does. Shouldn't everyone? I mean, how do you know they aren't?Jack: Yes, if by "alien" you mean a non-human precursor to the commonly understood founding cultures -- Sumer, Egypt, Assyria.Y6a
1773MS09Mission2EmogeneAgeKnow0016A09EPlayer Default: I have a vial of that serum with me. Here, looks like you need it.Oh come on. After all we went through, you're just giving it away?Emogene: How did you get that? Never mind, I'd rather not know. Thank you so very much.A9a
1774MS09ParsonsBossRoomLorenzoEscapes00187AD0Jack: You fool! Why didn't you do as I asked?{Worried} This was a bad idea. You should have left that guy in there.A8a
1775MS09ParsonsCaptainScene10016A09DPlayer Default: Thanks for your help.I guess we know our next stop.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Sure thing.A6a
17760016A09CPlayer Default: So you've just been waiting for me to show up to do something about those assholes?Screw them... let's just do the job.ParsonsGuardCaptain: As far as I remember, I don't answer to you. And yeah, we were waiting for you.B6a
17770016A09BPlayer Default: That's all I needed to know.Come on, we've got a job to finish.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Well then, I guess we're done.X6a
1778MS09ParsonsCaptainScene1A0016A099Player Default: Sorry, I shouldn't have said that.{Irritated} There's no reason to apologize. They should be glad we were here.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Was that an apology? Now I've seen everything.A8a
17790016A098Player Default: Lucky for you I'm not afraid of a few raiders.Are you kidding? Raiders are a joke.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Well, then, why don't you get out of my face and go kill them?B8a
17800016A097Player Default: That's true. Edward wouldn't have hired me if he thought you could have done the job.I couldn't have said that better myself.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.X8a

MS11Edit

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1781MS11_0080_Constitution_Scene_30016A7FCPlayer Default: Whoa, whoa. Easy there.{stuff in quotes in a fakey pirate voice / Amused} Yarrrr matey! Hoist the sail... weigh anchor! *chuckle* Is this for real?FirstMate: Unable to comply.A8a
17820016A7FBPlayer Default: Try that and you'll be nothing but scrap metal, pal.{stuff in quotes in a fakey pirate voice / Amused} Give the word cap'n and I'll send them to Davy Jones' Locker! *chuckle* Is this for real?FirstMate: Threats detected. Awaiting permission to terminate target.B8a
17830016A7FAPlayer Default: This must be a misunderstanding. You invited me aboard.{stuff in quotes in a fakey pirate voice} Let's parley with 'em cap'n! Yo-ho-ho! *chuckle* Is this for real?FirstMate: No records found.X7a
17840016A7F9Player Default: What, you're going to kill me?{stuff in quotes in a fakey pirate voice / Amused} Shiver me timbers! Let me run a shot across their bow! *chuckle* Is this for real?FirstMate: Affirmative.Y7a
1785MS11_0100_Meet_Ironsides0016A7F6Player Default: You should just abandon the ship.Yeah, I don't see the point. You're sitting on the Commonwealth's most obvious target.Ironsides: It is not in my character, sir, to retreat simply because the odds are great. I will persevere.B8a
17860016A7F5Player Default: That's quite a predicament.I don't know... I'm kind of having fun watching them scurry around like a bunch of amusement park pirate 'bots.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.X6a
17870016A7F4Player Default: How did it even get up here?{ready to hear amusing tale / Amused} Oh, this should be good.Ironsides: A harrowing tale, of that there can be no doubt. Or I should say, I assume it is.Y7a
1788MS11_0350_Meet_Mandy0016A7F3Player Default: Yeah, I'm in. What's the plan?Yeah, that ship is basically the last train to crazytown.Mandy: That's the right call.A9a
17890016A7F2Player Default: No deal. I'm with Ironsides.{Surprised} You're siding with that robot? Did you hit your head on the way down here?Mandy: Then screw you, asshole. You're lucky we don't gun you down.B8a
17900016A7F1Player Default: I need to think about this.{a bit angry / Irritated} These are human beings... why would you even think about helping an insane robot instead?Mandy: Don't take too long, or we'll crack the Constitution open ourselves. And then you'll get nothing.X7a
1791MS11_Comp_Sabotage0016A7F8Anyone have any popcorn? I'm going to enjoy the show.A8a

MS13Edit

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1792MS13BAfterConfrontationViolence0016A0B6Well, that's one way to handle it.A8a
1793MS13BConfrontCooke0016A0BBPaulPembroke: Keep talking.This is hopeless.HenryCooke: Look, I'll, uh, I'll stay away from Darcy from now on. It's over. You have my word on that.A7a
17940016A0B5Player Default: Paul, put the gun away. Nobody needs to get shot here.Shooting doesn't seem like your best option here.PaulPembroke: Screw that.A7a
17950016A0B4Player Default: Better just shoot him, Paul.Just get it done so we can all get out of here.PaulPembroke: Keep talking.B7a
17960016A0B3Player Default: Put the guns away before this gets out of hand.If they want to gun each other down, let them do it... who cares.PaulPembroke: Too late.X7a
1797MS13BConfrontCookeAlone0016A0BAPlayer Default: Think this through. Darcy isn't worth dying for - or killing for.If I was in your shoes, I'd do it... but this is your show.HenryCooke: You know what? You're right.A7a
17980016A0B9Player Default: I'm counting to three. One... two...We're not bluffing.HenryCooke: Hold up. Don't get crazy on me. We can talk this out.B7a
17990016A0B8Player Default: I told you what you need to do. The next move is up to you.MacCready interjectsHenryCooke: This is how I deal with assholes like you.X6a
1800MS13EDivideSpoils0016A0B0Player Default: No. I'm taking all of it as the rest of my payment.Woah, you might have a some mercenary in your blood after all.PaulPembroke: That was never part of the deal!B7a
18010016A0AFPlayer Default: 70-30 seems more like it.{flippant/teasing / Amused} Make it 71-29 so we can buy some extra drinks later.PaulPembroke: Yeah, whatever. Screw me over one more time. I guess I should be used to it by now.X8a
1802MS13PaulIntroScene0016A0BEPlayer Default: Still not interested.Good. The last time I got in the middle of one these situations, it ended up with two people dead.PaulPembroke: I don't know why I expected you to help me.B7a
18030016A0BDPlayer Default: You're going to have to make it worth my while.Caps or not, this is not going to end well.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.X7a

MS13FindPhotoEdit

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1804-0018676FWe're not going to earn a good reputation in the merc trade if we keeping passing up contracts like this.
18050018676EOur unique skills are certainly worth the extra caps. Don't let them off cheap.
180600186770That's a pretty decent payout for two contract hits.

MS14Edit

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1807MS14BobrovOpeningScene001689B3Player Default: All right! Now, it has to be quietly, with no fuss. Maybe lead him out of town...All right... I'm going to stop you there. We're not amateurs you know.Yefim: All right, that's enough!A8a
1808001689B2Player Default: I tell you, it would be easier than you think. You just talk him into following you out of town...All right... I'm going to stop you there. We're not amateurs you know.Yefim: All right, that's enough!B7a
1809001689B1Player Default: It would be quick, and probably mostly painless. You just first lead him out of town...All right... I'm going to stop you there. We're not amateurs you know.Yefim: All right, that's enough!X7a
1810001689B0Player Default: Did we not just agree this is serious problem? Calls for serious solution. First, you get him to follow you out of town...All right... I'm going to stop you there. We're not amateurs you know.Yefim: All right, that's enough!Y6a
1811MS14TravisBarPreFightScene001689AFTravis: Well, if you think it would work...{irritated with NPC / Irritated} Of course it will. Stop whining already.A7a
1812001689AETravis: I'm not a coward!{sarcasm / Sarcastic} You could have fooled me.B7a
1813001689ADPlayer Default: Nothing will change unless you make it happen.You need to grow a pair, buddy.X7a
1814MS14TravisStage65Scene001689ABPlayer Default: But if I hadn't gotten into that fight with them, maybe this wouldn't have happened.Okay fine, you win... it's your fault. Now help us fix it, dummy.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.A7a
1815001689AAPlayer Default: Oh, man. I can't believe this.Yeah, you screwed this one up good, Travis.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.B7a
1816001689A9Player Default: You're right. We've got to get him back.It's about freaking time you showed some backbone.Travis: Look... I don't really... I mean, I don't have a lot of friends.X6a
1817MS14TravisStage70Scene001689A7Player Default: Okay, okay. Good. I mean, I can do this. Totally.{annoyed / Disgust} We're going to regret bringing this guy, aren't we.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.A7a
1818001689A6Player Default: Oh. Okay... Not, uhh, not exactly the pep-talk I was looking for...{messing with a scared person / Amused} Don't lie to the guy. Sheesh. The truth is... we'll probably all be killed.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.B7a
1819001689A5Player Default: Okay, right. Sure. Yeah.This isn't going to end well.Travis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.X7a
1820MS14TravisStage90Scene001689A3Player Default: Thanks.I don't know how you pulled that off, buddy.Travis: After all this, I think about the things that had me worried so much, and it just seems... silly, you know?A7a
1821001689A2Player Default: Yeah, yeah. I know.If you know, then do something about it. Act like a man for god's sake.Travis: After all this, I think about the things that had me worried so much, and it just seems... silly, you know?B8a
1822MS14VadimStage10Scene0016899FPlayer Default: Haven't met a man I couldn't lay out.I can believe it.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.A7a
18230016899DPlayer Default: I can hold my own, if that's what you mean.He's telling you the truth.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.X6a

MS17Edit

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1824MS17_300_Dan_Follows0016A7E5Player Default: No deal.Want to go it alone? All right, I just hope we've got enough firepower between the two of us to get the job done.HonestDan: We'll see who finds those caravan hands first, then.B8a
1825MS17_300_JacobWarning0016A7EAPlayer Default: Give me the caps and I'll drop the whole thing.Well, I was hoping for a fight... but I wouldn't mind walking away with the caps instead.JacobOrden: Here you go. Come back anytime.A4a
18260016A7E9Player Default: You can keep your caps.If you want to fight them instead, I've got your back.JacobOrden: Please, just leave well enough alone. There's more going on then you realize.B6a
18270016A7E8Player Default: Surely, there's room for compromise? I get Stockton's survivors and we stay... friends. I'd have to know more, though.We're not going to wheel and deal with you. Take the damn offer, or we drop you.JacobOrden: That's a tall order. A deal like that, well, that's above my pay grade.X7a
1828MS17_400_Chambers0016A7EEPlayer Default: Continue your work, then.I guess we have to let her go.HonestDan: I wish you hadn't said that.A8a
18290016A7EDPlayer Default: That's a deal I won't accept.You should have offered more, lady. Oh well, too late.DoctorChambers: Then you'll just have to kill me.B5a
18300016A7ECPlayer Default: Don't kill the girl. Spare her.Come on, doc. Think about what you're up against.DoctorChambers: Impossible. The odds are too great she's an Institute infiltrator.X4a
1831MS17_Comp_KilledChambers0016A7EFJudges and juries are a thing of the past. Swift justice is the only way to solve the problems ruining our world.A8a

RR102Edit

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1832RR102_100_Deacon_Intro0016A7E0Player Default: Your leader was just being cautious.{annoyed / Disgust} You call that cautious? She's lucky she didn't start a full-on firefight.Deacon: Exactly. Kind of killed our chance at a friendy first impression, though.A7a
18330016A7DFPlayer Default: If you greet all newcomers like that no one's ever going to help you.{sarcasm / Sarcastic} When I need help, I usually keep my guns lowered. Tends to get a better response.Deacon: Don't be too hard on the old girl. She's just looking after her wayward children.B7a
18340016A7DEPlayer Default: What's done is done.Well, you're letting them off pretty easy.Deacon: A healthy attitude.X6a
18350016A7DDPlayer Default: Do you really have to be so cagey?{irritated / Irritated} Cagey? Hell, that was downright hostile.Deacon: The precautions are necessary. In our business, if we underestimate our enemy's capabilities it's game over.Y6a
1836RR102_Comp_PCisAntiSlave0016A7E2Frankly, I could care less about the synths. They sure don't care about us.A7a
1837RR102_Comp_RickySuicide0016A7DCWelp, that's the last we're going to see of Mr. Dalton there. Way to get rid of him.A8a
1838RR102_Comp_SynthsAreMachines0016A7E1Machines... humans... I don't care what you think they are. If I'm paid to kill them, they're going down.A7a

RR302Edit

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1839RR302_0700_AtPoliceStation0016A7CEPlayer Default: Relax, Tom, you'll be all right.Come on, Tom... keep it together. We need you on this one.TinkerTom: Right, the whole breathing in and out. OK.A5a

RR303Edit

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1840RR303_0300b_GloryDeath0016A7D5Player Default: I don't have time for this.Just leave her... we have to go, now.Glory: Isn't there... supposed to be a light?B7a
18410016A7D4Player Default: I promise.Fine, fine... now let's get moving before the Brotherhood finds us.Glory: If anyone... *cough*X6a
18420016A7D3Player Default: How bad is it?Yeah, uh... I don't think she's going to make it.Glory: No escape... this time. *cough*Y5a

RRM01Edit

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1843RRM01_0100_Start0016A7C9Player Default: So, is there anyone you like?Or, more to the point, is there anyone that likes you?DrCarrington: Oh, I wasn't aware we were competing for Congeniality awards. I thought we were rescuing synths. My mistake.B6a
18440016A7C7Player Default: What's a dead drop?{flippant, making fun of terminology / Amused} I had one of those once after I ate a bad batch of Cram. Spent eight hours on the can.DrCarrington: Oh, dear lord. A dead drop is a mailbox with a railsign on it.Y3a

UFOCrashQuestEdit

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1845UFOCrashQuestFlybyReaction0019A72E{Surprised} Woah! Did you catch that? What was it?A7a
1846UFOCrashQuestImpactReaction0019A72C{Surprised} Wow... that sounded like quite a crash. Maybe we should head over there and check it out.A7a