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This is a transcript for dialogue with Mackenzie Bridgeman.

DLC04DialogueSettlementEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1DLC04DialogueSettlement_ MackenzieFirstScene0104BCABPlayer Default: Well, I admit, I didn't like being roped into this "job" in the first place.{Conspiratorial} Then this might be your chance to make some changes around here.MackenzieBridgeman: The gangs that call this place home are already at each other's throats.A1a
20104BCAAPlayer Default: How dare you suggest something like that! I should have you shot!{Afraid for your life / Afraid} Okay, okay, I get it boss... just take it easy. There's no need to get angry.B1a
3{transitioning from afraid to nervous / Nervous} Just forget I said anything, okay?MackenzieBridgeman: Anyway, I'm the closest thing to a doctor around here. I treat everyone, Raider, trader and traveler alike.B1b
40104BCA8Player Default: Are you out of your mind?{Nervous} Just, hear me out.MackenzieBridgeman: The gangs that call this place home are already at each other's throats.Y1a
50104BCA3Player Default: Then this might be your chance to make some changes around here.{pulling player close for a dangerous chat given the surroundings / Conspiratorial} The gangs that call this place home are already at each other's throats.A1a
6{pulling player close for a dangerous chat given the surroundings / Conspiratorial} Now you could risk your own neck and try to keep them from tearing each other apart or you could do the right thing and put them in the ground.A1b
7{pulling player close for a dangerous chat given the surroundings / Conspiratorial} When it's all said and done, you're still running this place from your fancy house on the mountain over there.A1c
8{pulling player close for a dangerous chat given the surroundings / Conspiratorial} Except now, you won't have to sleep with a gun under your pillow.Player Default: I'm not making any promises, but I'll keep it in mind.A1d
90104BCA2Player Default: It's your call, boss.{Conspiratorial} If you're serious about this, then you'll have to take down the leaders of the gangs.A1a
10{Conspiratorial} That means putting a bullet into Nisha, Mason, Mags and Mags's brother, William.A1b
11{Conspiratorial} Once you do that, the gangs will collapse and Nuka-Town goes back to being a free-trading post.A1c
12{Nervous} I should uh, probably stop talking about this out here. Just keep what I said in mind.MackenzieBridgeman: Anyway, I'm the closest thing to a doctor around here. I treat everyone, Raider, trader and traveler alike.A1d
130101E38APlayer Default: Hey! Show some more enthusiasm when you say that.{Sympathetic} No offense intended. I know it's a tough job.MackenzieBridgeman: Sorry I'm so nervous, I don't mean any disrespect, boss. I just don't know where I stand with you and I don't want to end up pissing you off.B1a
140101E389Player Default: I'm still trying to figure out if I even want this gig.That's understandable, but whether you want it or not, the job is yours.MackenzieBridgeman: Sorry I'm so nervous, I don't mean any disrespect, boss. I just don't know where I stand with you and I don't want to end up pissing you off.X1a
150101E388Player Default: Why would you congratulate me? It's not like you're free to go.{Nervous} Well, to be honest, I don't know you yet, boss.MackenzieBridgeman: Sorry I'm so nervous, I don't mean any disrespect, boss. I just don't know where I stand with you and I don't want to end up pissing you off.Y1a
160101E383Player Default: No offense intended. I know it's a tough job.{Nervous / Nervous} Sorry I'm so nervous, I don't mean any disrespect, boss. I just don't know where I stand with you and I don't want to end up pissing you off.A1a
17{Nervous} That, and, well... I'd be lying if I said we weren't all wondering how you plan to run the place.A1b
18{starting to get nervous at end as you broach a subject that could get you killed / Nervous} I mean, this is your show now, you can do anything you want. You could run Nuka-World just like Colter... business as usual. Or...A1c
19{Take the player aside. This is a really dangerous thing to say, given that you're surrounded by raiders. Nervous. / Nervous} You could uh, well, you know... get rid of the Raiders if you don't exactly agree with how they're running the place.Player Default: Well, I admit, I didn't like being roped into this "job" in the first place.A1d
200101E382Player Default: I'm not making any promises, but I'll keep it in mind.{Confident} It's your call, boss.MackenzieBridgeman: If you're serious about this, then you'll have to take down the leaders of the gangs.A1a
210101E380Player Default: I don't really know what I want to do yet.{Trying to be friendly, but still nervous / Neutral} Of course, I understand. Still taking it all in.MackenzieBridgeman: If you're serious about this, then you'll have to take down the leaders of the gangs.X1a
220101E37FPlayer Default: I'd have to kill... all of them?{Irritated} No, of course not.MackenzieBridgeman: If you're serious about this, then you'll have to take down the leaders of the gangs.Y1a
230101E37AMackenzieBridgeman: I should uh, probably stop talking about this out here. Just keep what I said in mind.Anyway, I'm the closest thing to a doctor around here. I treat everyone, Raider, trader and traveler alike.A1a
24Got some medical supplies, too, if you're looking for those.A1b
250101E38C{startled at first, trying to shmooze the Player who is her jailor / Nervous} Oh! Uh... hello, boss! Congratulations on taking out Colter... I'm, uh... sure you'll do great.Player Default: You're damn right. This is my show now.A
26DLC04DialogueSettlement_ MackenzieFreeScene010424CCPlayer Default: You and the other traders were being treated like slaves. I had to put an end to it.{Disbelief} Well, you certainly did that.MackenzieBridgeman: I've thought about this day for a long time. Dreamed about it, really, though I never thought I'd see that dream come true.A1a
27010424CBPlayer Default: Raiders steal and kill without remorse. They don't deserve to live.{Relief, approval / Relieved} Can't argue with that. If you ask me, they've had it coming for a long time.MackenzieBridgeman: I've thought about this day for a long time. Dreamed about it, really, though I never thought I'd see that dream come true.B1a
28010424CAPlayer Default: Not sure, really. I guess I just felt like killing a lot of people.{Nervous, dealing wiht a psychotic / Nervous} Oh... okay, boss. I, uh... really hope you've scratched that itch now.MackenzieBridgeman: I've thought about this day for a long time. Dreamed about it, really, though I never thought I'd see that dream come true.X1a
29010424C9Player Default: Does it really matter? You're free now.I guess not. I'm sure you had your reasons.MackenzieBridgeman: I've thought about this day for a long time. Dreamed about it, really, though I never thought I'd see that dream come true.Y1a
30010424C4Player Default: Well, you certainly did that.{Slowly accepting new reality (a better reality) / Grateful} I've thought about this day for a long time. Dreamed about it, really, though I never thought I'd see that dream come true.A1a
31{Grateful but uncertain / Grateful} Now that it has, I'm left with a question that I don't know the answer to: What happens next?Player Default: You're free now. You can do anything you want.A1b
32010424C3Player Default: You know, I think we should keep this market open. Bring it back to what it used to be, a place where everyone feels welcome.{Grateful} Before you go, there's one last thing I need to say. Thank you. Sincerely, from all of us. Thank you.A1a
33{Grateful} Wherever the road takes you, know that you'll always be welcomed back here in Nuka-World.A1b
34{Neutral} Now if you'll excuse me, I've got to figure out a way to safely remove these collars.A1c
35010424C2Player Default: You're free now. You can do anything you want.{Grateful} Freedom... I never appreciated that word as much as I do right now.A1a
36{Grateful} You know, I think we should keep this market open. Bring it back to what it used to be, a place where everyone feels welcome.MackenzieBridgeman: Before you go, there's one last thing I need to say. Thank you. Sincerely, from all of us. Thank you.A1b
37010424C1Player Default: That's not my problem.{Hopeful, but a bit nervous / Friendly} You're right. We need to make that decision for ourselves.MackenzieBridgeman: Before you go, there's one last thing I need to say. Thank you. Sincerely, from all of us. Thank you.B1a
38010424BFPlayer Default: What do you want to happen?I think we should keep this place going, like the way it used to be.Y1a
39Only now, we can use the money we bring in to make our lives better.MackenzieBridgeman: Before you go, there's one last thing I need to say. Thank you. Sincerely, from all of us. Thank you.Y1b
400101E38C{Stunned / Disbelief} Boss... I... I can't believe it. You killed the Raiders. All of them. I have to ask... why?Player Default: You and the other traders were being treated like slaves. I had to put an end to it.A
41-01028821Ugh.
42Nuh.
43Gah.
4401028820Aaaiiee!
45Agghh!
460102881FWhat the?!
47What?
48Huh?
490101AAC0{Curious why the player has stopped talking} Feeling alright?

DLC04HubConversation03_RaiderMackenzieEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
50DLC04HubConversation03_ RaiderMackenzie_Scene0103BE8CRaider: Doc, you've got to help me. I've got this itch, and now it's starting to burn. Hurts like hell.{Professional curiosity / Question} Where do you feel this burning sensation?Raider: I'll show you. Just let me undo this buckle...A1a
510103BE8ARaider: I'll show you. Just let me undo this buckle...{Telling a guy not to take his pants off / Surprised} Whoa, just stop there. I think I know what's wrong.A1a
52{Being a doctor} Here, take these, two every morning. Stop back in a week and we'll see how you're doing.Raider: Thanks, doc. I owe you one.A1b

DLC04SettlementDoctorEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
53DLC04SettlementDoctor_ EndScene0101F9E8Done. Now, was there anything else bothering you?A1a
54And that's that. Anything else bothering you?A2a
55All done. Any other complaints?A3a
56DLC04SettlementDoctor_ ExamScene0101F8D2Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{curing patient's chem addiction} Let's clean you up. Not gonna be pleasant...Y1a
57Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{examining a patient, who says they are not addicted to any chems} Glad to hear it. Anything else?Y2a
58Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{curing patient's chem addiction} You're strung out all right. I got something that can clean you up.Y4a
59Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{curing patient's chem addiction} Yeah, you got it bad. Let's flush your system. It's gonna burn like crazy, afterwards, all right?Y5a
60Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{Apologetic} I'm sorry. Cleaning up addiction costs money, and you're short on caps. Was there anything else?Y6a
61Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{Apologetic} I can help, but not for free. You'll need to come back when you have the caps. You need anything else?Y7a
62Player Default: Yeah, see what's wrong with me, doctor.{Apologetic} We can help you when you have enough money. Addiction isn't cheap to cure. Anything else?Y8a
630101F8D1{examining a patient, they just told you their radiation levels are normal} Good. Keep an eye on it, though. What else?X1a
64{seeing signs of radiation sickness} Blood pooling in the gums. Signs of anemia. Yeah. We better clean you up.X3a
65{seeing signs of radiation sickness} All right. Let's flush your system.X4a
66{seeing signs of radiation sickness} We'll clean you up, don't worry.X5a
67{Apologetic} You're definitely sick, but you don't have enough money to cover my fee. Sorry. Was there something else?X6a
68{Apologetic} You don't have enough caps for the fee. Sorry. Anything else?X7a
69{Apologetic} We can clean you up, but you don't have enough money to cover the costs. Anything else?X8a
700101F8D0{played asked for help, then changed his mind} On your way, then.B2a
71{played asked for help, then changed his mind} Fine. Come back later.B3a
72{played asked for help, then changed his mind} Very well, then.B4a
73All right. Don't ruin my hard work by dying out there.B6a
74Take better care of yourself in the future, okay?B7a
75{Professional} Off you go, then.B8a
760101F8CF{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient} Glad to hear it. Anything else?A2a
77{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient} Good, hope it stays that way. Anything else?A3a
78{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient} Good. Anything else?A4a
79{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient / Concerned} Huh, you look fine, but... oh wait... yep, that's gonna need to be set back in place. Let's get started.A6a
80{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient / Concerned} Eh, I've seen worse. Better stitch you up before infection sets in, though.A7a
81{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient / Concerned} Scrapes and bruises, but it's probably a good idea to get them fixed up.A8a
82{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient / Concerned} Severe lacerations, puncture wounds, muscle spasms in the eyes from high levels of stress... Yeah, let's patch you up.A10a
83{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient / Concerned} Hmm... gonna need to brace those fractures, apply some cream for the burns, a few sets of stitches. Better get to it...A11a
84{Professional, even keeled, a doctor talking to a patient / Concerned} Oh wow, that's a lot of blood. We'll need to operate right away.A12a
85{Apologetic} I'd like to help you, but I got costs to cover, and you're low on caps. Was there anything else?A14a
86{Apologetic} You're hurt, all right, but you're also dead broke. Sorry. Anything else?A15a
87DLC04SettlementDoctor_ GreetScene0101F8DAPlayer Default: Patch me up, doc.Of course. What seems to be the trouble?A1a
88Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Alright, let's start with your symptoms. What's wrong, exactly?A2a
89Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Okay. What's troubling you, exactly?A3a
900101F8D9Player Default: Not interested.Very well.B1a
91Player Default: Not interested.Okay.B2a
92Player Default: Not interested.Alright.B3a
930101F8D8Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.Sure, take a look.X1a
94Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.Here's what I've got.X2a
95Player Default: Could use some supplies, actually.Of course. Here's my current stock.X3a
960101F8D7Player Default: A doctor? How did you end up in this place?Well, it's a bit of a story. I used to live at a settlement west of here. We got hit by Colter and his gang, back when he had one.Y1a
97It was a tough fight. We killed some of theirs, they killed some of ours. There were wounded on both sides, but nobody could get to them.Y1b
98I called out for a cease fire on the condition that I'd see to their injuries as well as ours. Saved a few lives that day, including Colter's.Y1c
99When he set up this place, he came back for me. Said if I came along, he'd make sure his guys wouldn't hit our settlement again.Y1d
100Now this place is my home.Y1e
101{Question} Anyway, anything can I do for you? Treatment or supplies?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.Y1f
1020101F8CAWhat can I do for you? Treatment or supplies?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
103How are you feeling? I can take care of any sickness or injuries you might have.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
104Need me to look at you? Or just here for supplies?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
105Need some stims? Or I can patch you up myself.Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A
106Welcome. Dealing with any injuries or illnesses today?Player Default: Patch me up, doc.A