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This is a transcript for dialogue with Sierra Petrovita.

DLC04DialogueSettlementEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1-1028820Aaaiiee!
2Agghh!
31028821Ugh.
4Nuh.
5Gah.
60102881FWhat the?!
7What?
8Huh?

DLC04MS01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
9DLC04MS01_BradbertonPlayerScene1032871Player Default: That's not happening. I want that experimental ammunition.{Determined, desperate / Nervous} I know, I know, but I have something else that I can offer you instead. At least hear me out.Sierra: I've got a limited edition Nuka-Cola jumpsuit. It's really stylish, and not many were made.B1a
101032872Player Default: You've got a point, but I want compensation for the prototype ammo I won't be getting.{Searching, thinking / Thinking} Well, I do have one thing that might interest you.Sierra: I've got a limited edition Nuka-Cola jumpsuit. It's really stylish, and not many were made.A1a
111032877BradbertonsHead: Just... please... set me free at last. I can't bear this loneliness any longer."{Rapid-fire delivery on the ""wait""s... desperate, stalling / Nervous} Wait, wait, wait! I have an idea!"A1a
12Mister Bradberton wants to die because he's lonely, right?A1b
13Well, maybe I could stay with him. You know, keep him company, give him someone to talk to. He's like a hero to me.Player Default: You've got a point, but I want compensation for the prototype ammo I won't be getting.A1c
141032879Player Default: Then I trust you will honor my wish.{Pleading, desperate / Worried} You can't kill him! He's a great man! He invented Nuka-Cola, the best thing in the world!BradbertonsHead: Young lady, you don't know what a torment it is, being trapped here alone and staring at the same wall, decade after decade.A1a
151,02E+98Player Default: I do not need some interloper to remind me of my greatest tragedy!{Aghast / Puzzled} A... a weapon? I don't believe it. Why would the genius who brought so much joy to the world want to make something destructive?BradbertonsHead: Genius is restless, madam! It must expand, seek new challenges, and explore new frontiers. So yes, a weapon.A1a
160103286EPlayer Default: Well, I do have one thing that might interest you.I've got a limited edition Nuka-Cola jumpsuit. It's really stylish, and not many were made.A1a
17{Reluctant, grappling with letting a treasure go, but desperate / Concerned} It's one of my most treasured possessions, but... well... I'm willing to let you have it.BradbertonsHead: A Nuka-Cola jumpsuit? Hah! That's a paltry prize compared to what I'm offering.A1b
180103287ABradbertonsHead: I want you to shut off the power to this machine that's keeping me alive. I want to die.{Shock, despair / Surprised} What?! No!Player Default: Yeah, if our places were reversed, I'd probably want the same thing.A1a
19DLC04MS01_OpeningScene01029BBERaider: I don't suppose you came here for a bullet in the brain either, so if you want to live, I suggest you stay where you belong.{Aggravated / Irritated} Oh, you guys are real friendly, aren't you?A1a
2001029BC0Raider: I thought we told you to keep your ass in the market. If you're looking for something, you can find it there like everyone else.{Growing annoyed / Irritated} I'm not here for the market! I didn't travel hundreds of miles to go shopping.Raider: I don't suppose you came here for a bullet in the brain either, so if you want to live, I suggest you stay where you belong.A1a
2101029BC2{Cautious, choosing words carefully, you don't want to give away your purpose but you need more info. / Neutral} You haven't seen anything that's, um, out of the ordinary around here, have you? Maybe something hidden? Shaped like a bottlecap?Raider: I thought we told you to keep your ass in the market. If you're looking for something, you can find it there like everyone else.A1a
22DLC04MS01_PlayerGivesQuartz0103E30APlayerVoiceFemale01: Here you go, one crisp and refreshing Nuka-Cola Quartz.Yay! You're the best! Thank you so much!Sierra: I said I'd tell you why I was here, so I will.A1a
230103E55CSierra: Yay! You're the best! Thank you so much!{Building up to a story} I said I'd tell you why I was here, so I will.A1a
24DLC04MS01_SierraDoorUnlockScene010311A5{Excited / Surprised} That's it! The door's unlocked! Let's go inside!A1a
25DLC04MS01_SierraEndTour0103008CPlayer Default: So, getting back to the purpose for your visit here, what were you searching for?Right! I promised I'd tell you, so here goes.Sierra: I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.Y1a
260103008DPlayer Default: You know all that from memory?Oh sure! I've spent most of my life reading everything I could get my hands on about Nuka-Cola, including Nuka-World!Sierra: I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.X1a
270103008EPlayer Default: No more dragging your feet. Tell me why you're here, and I mean now.Of course. You've been very patient, and a deal's a deal.Sierra: I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.B1a
280103008FPlayer Default: That was very informative. Thank you.{Happy} It was my pleasure! Especially since none of the gangs wanted to hear any of that. Believe me, I tried.A1a
29{Friendly} Now, I promised I'd tell you why I'm here, so I will.Sierra: I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.A1b
30DLC04MS01_SierraEnterHeadRoom010311A2Sierra: Now this looks interesting. Come on!{Surprised / Surprised} What on Earth? Wait... no... it can't be!A1a
31{Awed / Awed} That's John-Caleb Bradberton! Or at least, it's his head. Wow!BradbertonsHead: Who... who are you? I haven't seen a real human face in so long. I had given up all hope.A1b
320103217FBradbertonsHead: Who... who are you? I haven't seen a real human face in so long. I had given up all hope.{Surprised, almost shocked / Surprised} Oh my God! It's alive! He's alive!Sierra: My name's Sierra, sir. I'm your biggest admirer! I love Nuka-Cola more than anything. This is such an honor!A1a
33010357A7Sierra: Oh my God! It's alive! He's alive!{Hero worship / Awed} My name's Sierra, sir. I'm your biggest admirer! I love Nuka-Cola more than anything. This is such an honor!A1a
340103F6CB{Excited} Now this looks interesting. Come on!Sierra: What on Earth? Wait... no... it can't be!A1a
35DLC04MS01_SierraFormulaScene0101C038Player Default: A mercenary to the end, huh? I guess you've earned it.{Grateful} Here. I know it's not much, but you really went above and beyond the call of duty.A1a
36I think I'll stick around here for awhile and see what else I can find.A1b
37{Rising enthusiasm / Happy} By the time I'm done, I'm going to need a much bigger building to house my Nuka-Cola museum!A1c
380101C03DPlayer Default: Now that you've got the formula for Nuka-Cola, what are you going to do with it?I'm not a chemist, but I might try to brew some up, just for fun.Y1a
39If that fails, well, I've still got a new centerpiece for my collection.Sierra: Here. I know it's not much, but you really went above and beyond the call of duty.Y1b
400101C03EPlayer Default: It's been an... interesting experience.For both of us.Sierra: Here. I know it's not much, but you really went above and beyond the call of duty.X1a
410101C03FPlayer Default: If you really want to thank me, thank me with caps.A mercenary to the end, huh? I guess you've earned it.Sierra: Here. I know it's not much, but you really went above and beyond the call of duty.B1a
420101C041PlayerVoiceFemale01: You wanted the Nuka-Cola formula? Here it is.{Stern / Stern} So it really was here. I'm grateful, but don't think this means I've forgiven you.A1a
43{Lecturing / Stern} You killed the man who was my greatest hero, a man who revolutionized the soft drink industry and whose creations put smiles on a million faces.A1b
44{Angry / Angry} Who the hell are you to just walk in here and destroy all that?Player Default: He made a choice, and I respected that choice. You should, too.A1c
450103F6C2Player Default: I... I guess so.{Sad} It's just that... Never, not in my wildest dreams, did I think I'd get the chance to talk to Mister Bradberton in person.A1a
46{Sad} To get an opportunity like that and then have it snatched away... it hit me pretty hard.A1b
47{Grateful} Still... I can't overlook the fact that, for one glorious, shining moment I, got to meet the man who invented Nuka-Cola.A1c
48{Grateful} I'll never forget that. Not ever. And it wouldn't have been possible without your help. Thank you.Player Default: You're welcome.A1d
490103F6C7Player Default: I know you're disappointed, Sierra, but ask yourself - what was best for him?Well... maybe you're right. I guess I didn't consider his feelings as much as I should have.Sierra: It's just that... Never, not in my wildest dreams, did I think I'd get the chance to talk to Mister Bradberton in person.Y1a
500103F6C8Player Default: He was trapped and alone for centuries, and I set him free from that hell. I did the right thing.{Internal conflict, grappling with your feelings / Concerned} But what if... no. You're right. I'm thinking only about myself. About what I wanted.Sierra: It's just that... Never, not in my wildest dreams, did I think I'd get the chance to talk to Mister Bradberton in person.X1a
510103F6C9Player Default: You're being selfish, Sierra. This wasn't about what you wanted, it was about what he needed.{Almost to yourself, a realization / Thinking} What he needed... I hadn't thought of it that way.Sierra: It's just that... Never, not in my wildest dreams, did I think I'd get the chance to talk to Mister Bradberton in person.B1a
520103F6CAPlayer Default: He made a choice, and I respected that choice. You should, too.{Defeated / Sad} I... I guess so.Sierra: It's just that... Never, not in my wildest dreams, did I think I'd get the chance to talk to Mister Bradberton in person.A1a
53DLC04MS01_SierraIntroScene0100CF51{Mostly cheerful, but a little frustrated at your lack of success / Friendly} Hello again! Yes, I'm still here and still searching.Player Default: I could help you out, if you want.A
54{A mix of cheerful and awestruck / Awed} Nuka-World! I've always dreamed of coming here, and now I've finally made it. This place is amazing, don't you think?Player Default: Yeah, I guess it is pretty impressive.A
5501013A04Player Default: You run a Nuka-Cola Museum?{Friendly} Absolutely! I've spent years collecting all the Nuka-Cola merchandise I could find.Y1a
56{Friendly} It's all on display at my home in a settlement called Girdershade. I give tours to anyone who stops by.Y1b
57And I can promise you this - you won't find another collection like mine in the Capital Wasteland, the Commonwealth, or any place else!Sierra: Well, I'd stay and chat some more, but I've got to get back to my search.Y1c
5801013A05Player Default: I don't like Nuka-Cola. Too sweet.{Surprised / Surprised} What?! Really?X1a
59{From astonished to being a fangirl / Friendly} I can't imagine how anyone couldn't like Nuka-Cola! I think it's the best drink ever invented, and I love every flavor.Sierra: Well, I'd stay and chat some more, but I've got to get back to my search.X1b
6001013A06Player Default: Nope, never heard of it.{A bit disappointed, but good-natured about it / Amused} Well, it's a long way from here, so I guess that's not surprising.Sierra: Well, I'd stay and chat some more, but I've got to get back to my search.B1a
6101013A07Player Default: Uh, yeah, the Nuka-Cola Museum. Everyone's heard of that.{Pleasantly surprise,d excited / Grateful} Really? That's great! I'm so glad word is catching on. Maybe I'll get more visitors soon.A1a
62{Grateful / Happy} You've just made my day. Here, let me return the favor. It's not really cold any more, but I'm sure it still tastes great!Sierra: Well, I'd stay and chat some more, but I've got to get back to my search.A1b
63Player Default: Uh, yeah, the Nuka-Cola Museum. Everyone's heard of that.{Friendly / Friendly} Alright, alright, so it's not that well known. Thanks for trying to spare my feelings, anyway.Sierra: Well, I'd stay and chat some more, but I've got to get back to my search.A2a
6401013A08Sierra: You can just imagine the children, smiling and happy, all drinking Nuka-Cola and having the time of their lives. It must have been magical.{Hopeful / Happy} The name's Sierra Petrovita.A1a
65I traveled all the way from the Capital Wasteland to visit this place.A1b
66{Hopeful / Friendly} Maybe you've heard about my Nuka-Cola Museum?Player Default: Uh, yeah, the Nuka-Cola Museum. Everyone's heard of that.A1c
6701013A0DPlayer Default: How is this place amazing?How? Just look around! Don't you see it?Sierra: You can just imagine the children, smiling and happy, all drinking Nuka-Cola and having the time of their lives. It must have been magical.Y1a
6801013A0EPlayer Default: Doesn't seem all that special to me.{Reverence / Surprised} What?! You can't be serious. This is the most special place in the world.Sierra: You can just imagine the children, smiling and happy, all drinking Nuka-Cola and having the time of their lives. It must have been magical.X1a
6901013A0FPlayer Default: A colorful junkyard is still a junkyard.{Cheerful / Friendly} A junkyard? Are you crazy! Just look around!Sierra: You can just imagine the children, smiling and happy, all drinking Nuka-Cola and having the time of their lives. It must have been magical.B1a
7001013A10Player Default: Yeah, I guess it is pretty impressive.{Cheerful / Friendly} It sure is!Sierra: You can just imagine the children, smiling and happy, all drinking Nuka-Cola and having the time of their lives. It must have been magical.A1a
7101029BBDPlayer Default: It sure is!You can just imagine the children, smiling and happy, all drinking Nuka-Cola and having the time of their lives. It must have been magical.Sierra: The name's Sierra Petrovita.A1a
720102B024Player Default: What do you have in mind, exactly?Well, I'm glad you asked! I like to think of myself as one of the foremost authorities on the subject of Nuka-World.Y1a
73I'll take you to some of the best spots right here in Nuka-Town U.S.A. and show you just how amazing this place really is.Y1b
74So, is that a yes?Player Default: Sounds like a great idea!Y1c
750102B025Player Default: Sounds interesting, but I don't really have time for that right now.Oh, okay. Lots of important stuff to do, I guess.X1a
76Well, I'll get back to my search, then.Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.X1b
770102B026Player Default: That sounds incredibly boring.{Surprised, disappointed / Surprised} What?! Boring? If you were really a fellow Nuka-Cola fan, you'd want to hear what I have to say.B1a
78{A little hurt, angry / Angry} Since you clearly don't care, then there's nothing more to talk about!B1b
790102B027Player Default: Sounds like a great idea!{Happy} Okay! Then let's get started!A1a
80{Starting a tour / Happy} Right this way, if you please!Sierra: Fizztop Mountain here provides a commanding view of Nuka-Town U.S.A. and the other areas of the park.A1b
810102B02CPlayer Default: Any idea where I should look for this stuff?If I knew that, I'd already have some by now! It's got to be around here somewhere, though. This is Nuka-World, after all!Player Default: Got it right here. Enjoy.Y1a
820102B02DPlayer Default: Finding a rare blend of Nuka-Cola in this place could take a pretty long time.Maybe. Or maybe not! Who knows? Anyway, you asked me if I would change my mind, and that's what I want.Player Default: Got it right here. Enjoy.X1a
830102B02EPlayer Default: I'm not about to scour this park looking for a rare flavor of Nuka-Cola.{Disappointed / Neutral} Well, okay. It's too bad, I really miss that flavor.Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.B1a
840102B02FPlayer Default: Got it right here. Enjoy.{Surprised, impressed / Surprised} Wow! That's amazing! Thank you!A1a
85Okay! So as promised, I'll tell you why I'm here.Sierra: I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.A1b
86Player Default: Got it right here. Enjoy.Great! I can't wait to taste it again. It's a really unique flavor.Player Default: Sounds like a great idea!A2a
870102B034Player Default: Are you sure? Is there anything I can do to change your mind?{Mulling it over / Thinking} Hmm. Well, there is something. There's a particular flavor of Nuka-Cola that I haven't had in a really long time.Y1a
88It's called Nuka-Cola Quartz. It glows white in the bottle. You can't miss it.Y1b
89If you could bring me a bottle, then I'd be happy to share my secret with you.Player Default: Got it right here. Enjoy.Y1c
900102B035Player Default: I'm a fellow Nuka-Cola fan, so you can definitely trust me.{Telling off, but friendly / Suspicious} Nice try, but you just said you didn't like Nuka-Cola. I'm not that easy to fool!Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.X1a
91Player Default: I'm a fellow Nuka-Cola fan, so you can definitely trust me.{Excited, then thinking / Thinking} Wow, really? That's great! In fact, that gives me an idea!X2a
92I've read all kinds of things about the park, and I'd love to tell someone about it.X2b
93How about I give you a little tour of Nuka-Town here, and when it's over, I'll share my secret. What do you say?Player Default: Sounds like a great idea!X2c
940102B036Player Default: Suit yourself.Okay!Player Default: Got it right here. Enjoy.B1a
950102B037Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.{Growing excitement / Happy} Well, okay. To be honest I'm so excited I can barely keep it in! It'll be a relief to finally tell someone.Sierra: I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.A1a
96Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.{Apologetic} It's not that I don't want to tell you, it's just that I came all this way and I'd hate for someone else to beat me to it. Sorry!Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.A2a
970102B051Player Default: What are you searching for?I don't really want to say. It's nothing personal, I just don't know you well enough to trust you. Sorry!Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.Y1a
980102B052Player Default: If you're searching for a more ridiculous pair of sunglasses, don't bother. I doubt such a thing exists.{Ditsy / Puzzled} Sunglasses? Oh! You mean the Cappy glasses! Sorry, sometimes I forget I'm even wearing them.X1a
99{Friendly} Aren't they great? It was pretty clever, making them part of the...X1b
100{Sudden retraction, said too much / Nervous} Oh... I shouldn't have said that. You know what? Never mind. I'll just keep looking.Player Default: I could help you out, if you want.X1c
1010102B053Player Default: Sure, whatever. You have fun with that.Will do! And you have fun doing... uh... whatever you do around here.Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.B1a
1020102B054Player Default: I could help you out, if you want.{Grateful, apologetic / Apologetic} Oh, no thanks. I kind of need to keep this a secret. It's really important to me and I just don't know you very well.Player Default: I'll keep your secret. You can trust me.A1a
1030102B055Player Default: You've just made my day. Here, let me return the favor. It's not really cold any more, but I'm sure it still tastes great!Well, I'd stay and chat some more, but I've got to get back to my search.Player Default: I could help you out, if you want.A1a
104DLC04MS01_SierraPleadingScene0100CF51{nervous / Nervous} I'm almost afraid to ask, but... what's your decision?Player Default: I'll accept your offer. I won't shut the power off.A
1050101B12CPlayer Default: What about the secret Nuka-Cola formula you think is locked up in that vault?That was before we found John-Caleb Bradberton, in the flesh! Well, mostly.Y1a
106Who knows? Maybe he'll tell me the Nuka-Cola formula himself, along with all kinds of other things! That would be incredible!Y1b
107Please, tell me that you'll let him live.Player Default: I'll accept your offer. I won't shut the power off.Y1c
1080101B12DPlayer Default: I'm still thinking about it.{Worried / Worried} Just... please think carefully. If you shut off the power, there's no going back or changing your mind.X1a
1090101B12EPlayer Default: No deal. I want that prototype, and I'm going to get it.{Stunned / Surprised} You really want to condemn one of the greatest minds of his generation to die, even though I've offered you a better option?B1a
110{Angry, bitter / Angry} And just so you can get your hands on a weapon? Guess I didn't realize you were so cold-hearted and selfish.B1b
111{From anger to despair / Sad} Fine, then. Destroy one of our... our national treasures!B1c
1120101B12FPlayer Default: I'll accept your offer. I won't shut the power off.{Extremely grateful, relieved / Grateful} Thank you, thank you, thank you! You're doing the right thing. After all, this is a great man we're talking about.A1a
113{Happy} Now if you'll excuse me, I have a living legend to talk to. Good luck running Nuka-World!A1b
114DLC04MS01_SierraReactSecretElevator010311A4{Impressed, excited / Surprised} Look at that! Mister Bradberton, you were one sneaky devil.A1a
115DLC04MS01_SierraReturnScene01019EA9Player Default: Oh yeah! I forgot about that. I guess sometimes I just take all this Nuka-Cola stuff so seriously!This door should lead to Bradberton's office, but it's locked up tight. The keypad is the only way to open it.A1a
116I guess we just need to key in the 10 numbers that correspond to the word ""refreshing."""A1b
117You did all the work looking for the Hidden Cappys, so you should be the one who gets to enter the code.A1c
11801019EAF"Player Default: Well damn, I was sure the letters spelled ""fresh ginger."" That stuff is great in hot tea with honey, lemon, a little brandy... a lot of brandy...""Nice try, but you'd be one ""g"" short, so let's just assume it's ""refreshing."""Sierra: This door should lead to Bradberton's office, but it's locked up tight. The keypad is the only way to open it.X1a
11901019EB0Player Default: I got your code, now you owe me. Pay up.Hold on. We haven't got into Bradberton's office yet. That was the deal, remember?B1a
120Just hang in there a little bit longer. Payment's coming, I promise.Sierra: This door should lead to Bradberton's office, but it's locked up tight. The keypad is the only way to open it.B1b
12101019EB1Player Default: Of course it's simple. The contest was meant for kids.{Ditsy / Happy} Oh yeah! I forgot about that. I guess sometimes I just take all this Nuka-Cola stuff so seriously!Sierra: This door should lead to Bradberton's office, but it's locked up tight. The keypad is the only way to open it.A1a
12201019EB2Sierra: Great! Let me take a look at these letters."{Looking over some notes, piecing things together / Thinking} Well, anyone who's stared at Nuka-Cola merchandise as long as I have would get this one pretty fast. The letters definitely spell ""Refreshing."""A1a
123{A little disappointed / Sad} It's... simpler than I was expecting.Player Default: Of course it's simple. The contest was meant for kids.A1b
12401019EB3PlayerVoiceFemale01: I found all of the Hidden Cappys. Each one had a letter.Great! Let me take a look at these letters."Sierra: Well, anyone who's stared at Nuka-Cola merchandise as long as I have would get this one pretty fast. The letters definitely spell ""Refreshing."""A1a
125PlayerVoiceFemale01: I found all of the Hidden Cappys. Each one had a letter.Yep, I've been looking over the clues you brought me."Sierra: Well, anyone who's stared at Nuka-Cola merchandise as long as I have would get this one pretty fast. The letters definitely spell ""Refreshing."""A2a
126DLC04MS01_SierraRevealScene0102B038Player Default: Good point! You're new here, after all. You should learn everything you can.{Friendly} I'll give you my Cappy Glasses and this old contest holotape. It's got hints about where to find the Hidden Cappys.A1a
127{Friendly} Just track down the clues and then come back to me once you've found them all.A1b
128{Friendly} I'm an expert on all things Nuka-Cola, so I'm sure I'll be able to decipher it.A1c
129{Excited / Happy} Happy hunting!A1d
1300102B039Sierra: Each image has part of a code or something, and only these special glasses can reveal it.Now, I know what you're thinking. Bradberton's long gone, who cares about the contest anymore?A1a
131Well I'm betting that somewhere in his office is the Original Nuka-Cola Formula!A1b
132That formula was one of the great mysteries of the soft drink world, and it would be the crown jewel of my collection.A1c
133If you can help me get it, I promise it'll be worth your while.Player Default: Sure, why not? Might learn more about the park while I'm at it.A1d
1340102B03APlayer Default: What's in it for me?{Neutral} I was just getting to that part.Sierra: Bradberton didn't just create soda formulas. He was a genius who invented all kinds of fantastic things.Y1a
1350102B03BPlayer Default: You'd better make good on that promise. I'm not running a charity out here, you know.{Serious, with conviction / Confident} Of course. There's a little bit more to the story, and this is the part I think you'll like.Sierra: Bradberton didn't just create soda formulas. He was a genius who invented all kinds of fantastic things.X1a
1360102B03CPlayer Default: Sounds like a lot more trouble than it's worth.{Neutral} I know, but there's more to the story. Just hear me out.Sierra: Bradberton didn't just create soda formulas. He was a genius who invented all kinds of fantastic things.B1a
1370102B03DPlayer Default: Sure, why not? Might learn more about the park while I'm at it.{Eager, telling the player what you think he wants to hear / Friendly} Good point! You're new here, after all. You should learn everything you can.Sierra: I'll give you my Cappy Glasses and this old contest holotape. It's got hints about where to find the Hidden Cappys.A1a
1380102B042Player Default: Exactly! Wow, not a lot of people know that. At least not anymore.{Exposition / Neutral} So to win the contest, you had to find ten images of Cappy, the Nuka-Cola mascot, hidden throughout the park.A1a
139Each image has part of a code or something, and only these special glasses can reveal it.Sierra: Now, I know what you're thinking. Bradberton's long gone, who cares about the contest anymore?A1b
1400102B043Player Default: Who was John-Caleb Bradberton?{Abashed / Apologetic} Sorry, I tend to forget most people aren't as interested in the history of Nuka-Cola as I am.Y1a
141{Having fun / Happy} He was an inventor, and the best thing he ever invented was... you guessed it! Nuka-Cola!Sierra: So to win the contest, you had to find ten images of Cappy, the Nuka-Cola mascot, hidden throughout the park.Y1b
1420102B044Player Default: Oh boy! John-Caleb Bradberton! How exciting!{Enthusiastic, and completely missing the sarcasm that preceded this line / Happy} I know! That's exactly how I felt when I first learned about the contest. It's so nice to meet someone who really understands.Sierra: So to win the contest, you had to find ten images of Cappy, the Nuka-Cola mascot, hidden throughout the park.X1a
1430102B045Player Default: Just get to the point.{A bit flustered, composing yourself / Happy} Okay, okay. Sorry, it's hard not to get carried away. I mean I'm standing in Nuka-World!Sierra: So to win the contest, you had to find ten images of Cappy, the Nuka-Cola mascot, hidden throughout the park.B1a
1440102B046Player Default: Bradberton... I remember that name. He was the guy who invented Nuka-Cola, right?{Impressed / Impressed} Exactly! Wow, not a lot of people know that. At least not anymore.Sierra: So to win the contest, you had to find ten images of Cappy, the Nuka-Cola mascot, hidden throughout the park.A1a
1450102B04BSierra: I collect all the merchandise I can find, like these awesome Cappy Glasses I'm wearing.But these aren't just ordinary sunglasses. They were part of a really cool contest that started just before the war.A1a
146{Excited / Happy} The winner of the contest would get to meet the famous John-Caleb Bradberton himself!Player Default: Bradberton... I remember that name. He was the guy who invented Nuka-Cola, right?A1b
1470102B04CDLC04NPCFSierraPetrovita: I said I'd tell you why I was here, so I will.I guess you could think of me as the world's biggest Nuka-Cola fan. I've been obsessed with the stuff since the first time I tasted it.A1a
148I collect all the merchandise I can find, like these awesome Cappy Glasses I'm wearing.Sierra: But these aren't just ordinary sunglasses. They were part of a really cool contest that started just before the war.A1b
1490103008BPlayer Default: I know, but there's more to the story. Just hear me out.Bradberton didn't just create soda formulas. He was a genius who invented all kinds of fantastic things.A1a
150All I really care about is getting my hands on the Nuka-Cola Formula. Any other inventions we find are yours to keep.A1b
151So, what do you think?Player Default: Sure, why not? Might learn more about the park while I'm at it.A1c
152DLC04MS01_SierraRunToVaultDoor010311A3{Excited, impressed / Awed} Wow! What is this place? Let's take a closer look!A1a
153DLC04MS01_SierraTourScene0102B01ASierra: She might be the only one in the park who's as enthusiastic about Nuka-Cola as I am! Haha!And that concludes the tour! Pretty good, huh?Player Default: That was very informative. Thank you.A1a
1540102B01BSierra: On the park's busiest days, the line to get into the cafe was said to stretch all the way to Fizztop Mountain!{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Past the market is Nuka-World's front gate, which led to this entrance plaza.A1a
155{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} it was widely believed that the park's average daily attendance numbered in the tens of thousands.A1b
156{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Of course, the Nuka-Cola Corporation never released official figures. but from everything I've read, I think that's a low estimate.A1c
157{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} You might have seen the robot dressed like a big red Nuka-Cola bottle? That's N.I.R.A., the park's informational attendant.A1d
158{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} She might be the only one in the park who's as enthusiastic about Nuka-Cola as I am! Haha!Sierra: And that concludes the tour! Pretty good, huh?A1e
1590102B01CSierra: The show was so popular, tickets would sell out months in advance.{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} With its brightly-colored design and delicious burgers and fries, it's no surprise Cappy's Cafe was hugely popular with kids.A1a
160The cafe was best known for its super-spicy Nuka-Blast Burger, which was so hot it was nicknamed ""the A-bomb on a bun."""A1b
161{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} On the park's busiest days, the line to get into the cafe was said to stretch all the way to Fizztop Mountain!Sierra: Past the market is Nuka-World's front gate, which led to this entrance plaza.A1c
1620102B01DSierra: If I'd been around back then, I'd probably have spent a whole week in here trying to win all the prizes.{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Those seeking a more refined experience could sit down to a sumptuous meal at the Parlor Dinner Theater, home to the renowned Nuka-World Players.A1a
163{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} The Parlor wasn't just a dinner theater. It also hosted one of the park's most sought-after events, the Bottle and Cappy Show.A1b
164{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} The show was so popular, tickets would sell out months in advance.Sierra: With its brightly-colored design and delicious burgers and fries, it's no surprise Cappy's Cafe was hugely popular with kids.A1c
1650102B01ESierra: Some of the finest -- and most expensive -- dining in the park was found at Fizztop Grille, which you can see up on the mountain's slope.{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Not all of the attractions at Nuka-World were rides. The Nuka-Cade here boasted dozens of exciting games of skill for the whole family to enjoy.A1a
166{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Winning the games meant earning tickets you could spend to get all kinds of awesome Nuka-Cola merchandise.A1b
167{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} If I'd been around back then, I'd probably have spent a whole week in here trying to win all the prizes.Sierra: Those seeking a more refined experience could sit down to a sumptuous meal at the Parlor Dinner Theater, home to the renowned Nuka-World Players.A1c
1680102B01F{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Fizztop Mountain here provides a commanding view of Nuka-Town U.S.A. and the other areas of the park.A1a
169{Giving a tour of Nuka-World... gesturing and indicating nearby sights and locales} Some of the finest -- and most expensive -- dining in the park was found at Fizztop Grille, which you can see up on the mountain's slope.Sierra: Not all of the attractions at Nuka-World were rides. The Nuka-Cade here boasted dozens of exciting games of skill for the whole family to enjoy.A1b
170-1035796{The player has stopped responding, and you're trying to pep him up} Running out of steam? You should drink a Nuka-Cola! That always gets me going!
171{Worried. the player has stopped responding} Some people say I can be a little overwhelming... is that why you've stopped talking?
1721,01E+13{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} Any minute now, I'm going to spot that thing.
173{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} It's close... I know it's close. Has to be.
174{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} Come on, you clever little Cappy. Show yourself...
175{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} It's got to be around here somewhere...
176{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} Sooner or later, Cappy, I'm going to find you...
177{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} Damn, they hid this thing pretty well.
178{Talking to yourself quietly as you search} Got to keep searching... can't give up now.
179{Impressed, a little in awe} Just look at this place.
180{Impressed, a little in awe} Wish I could have been here before the war. You know, just to see what it was like.
181{Impressed, a little in awe} It's hard to believe I'm really here.
182{Impressed, a little in awe} Wow! This is amazing.
183{Impressed, a little in awe} This is like walking through history.
1840100CF51{Eager} I hope you find that Nuka-Cola Quartz soon. I'm getting thirsty.A
185{Excited} Can't wait to taste that Nuka-Cola Quartz again!A
18601015A6D{Upset / Sad} The inventor of Nuka-Cola... that was the opportunity of a lifetime. Emphasis on ""was""."
187{Regret / Sad} I can't believe someone as smart as Mister Bradberton would be fooled into thinking you could live forever. I guess he was terrified of growing old.
188{Sad, confused / Sad} Maybe you did the right thing. I don't know. I feel so conflicted about all of this.
189{Sad / Sad} I sort of feel sorry for him.
190I couldn't stand being a frozen head. How could I drink Nuka-Cola?
191Can you imagine being trapped like that for centuries?
192{Nervous, afraid the player will make a decision you don't like / Nervous} Please... think carefully. Don't rush your decision.
193{Cheerful / Happy} After you!
194{Excited / Happy} What do you think's in here?
195{Excited / Happy} The formula's got to be past this door.
196{Excited / Happy} Let's see where the hidden elevator goes!
197{Excited / Happy} This is so exciting!
198{Excited / Happy} I just knew there'd be a secret elevator here!
199{Excited, eager to find the formula / Friendly} Let's search carefully. I'm willing to bet this place has a few secrets, and they'll probably be well hidden.
200{Determined, eager / Thinking} The formula would be hidden somewhere. No way Bradberton would leave it out in the open.
201{Determined / Neutral} Search carefully. What we're looking for might not be easy to find.
202{Determined / Neutral} Look in, around and behind everything.
203{Determined / Neutral} I know that formula's here! I also know it'll be carefully concealed.
204{Cheerful / Friendly} Keep those eyes peeled! Those Cappys could be pretty well-hidden.
205{Cheerful / Friendly} Happy hunting!
206{Cheerful / Friendly} Careful out there. The park's a pretty dangerous place.
207{Cheerful. Emphasize ""too"" / Friendly} Here's hoping they didn't hide the Cappys too well."
208{Cheerful. / Friendly} Remember, you won't see the Hidden Cappy codes without the glasses. Make sure you're wearing them while you search.
2090101B127Wait! Don't do it! I have a better idea. I think I have a way we can all win here.

DLC04MS01BradbertonDiesEdit

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210DLC04MS01BradbertonDies_Scene1035792Bradberton: Finally... free at last...{Sad, watching your hero die / Sad} No! Mister Bradberton... I'm sorry.A1a

DLC04MS01PostEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
211-1035795{Sad / Sad} I wish you could have given me more time with Bradberton before you cut the power.
212{Sad / Sad} I can't believe he was alive all that time, stuck in that room. That must have been awful.
213{Neutral} I'm going to see what else I can find in this place to add to my collection.
214{Sad / Sad} Guess I'll be heading home soon. Not much left for me here.
215{Grateful / Grateful} This trip was totally worth it. I'm so glad I came here.
216{Happy} Someday, I should write a book about all this. And before you ask, yes, you'll be a big part of the story.
217{Happy / Happy} That was quite an adventure, wasn't it?

DLC04MS01SierraAttacksEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
218DLC04MS01SierraAttacks_Scene1035794{Enraged / Angry} You asshole! You said you'd let Bradberton live! You're going to pay for that!A1a
219{Enraged, launching into combat / Angry} You bitch! You said you'd let Bradberton live! You're going to pay for that!A2a