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I was going to a clairvoyant's meeting, but it was canceled due to unforeseen events.

Godfrey is a Mister Handy that may become the Lone Wanderer's personal robot butler in the Tenpenny Tower suite in 2277.

BackgroundEdit

For those discerning types, choosing the right robotic butler is simply a matter of class. Enter Godfrey, the perfect mechanized butler, with many exciting features, such as water purification, follicle-shortening, and just the right type of mirth programming. To wit: "I was going to the clairvoyance meeting, but it was canceled due to unforeseen events." Your perfect plastic pal is fun to be with.[1]

Daily scheduleEdit

Godfrey stays in the Lone Wanderer's Tenpenny tower suite at all times.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
Essential: Icon cross
Enslavable: Icon cross
Companion: Icon cross
Bounty: Icon cross
Merchant: Icon cross
Repairman: Icon cross
Doctor: Icon cross
Rents bed/room: Icon cross
Starts quests: Icon cross
Involved in quests: Icon check
The Power of the Atom

Other interactionsEdit

  • The suite, along with Godfrey and his services, may be obtained by destroying Megaton in the quest, The Power of the Atom. Godfrey can tell jokes, restyle hair, advise where to buy better suite items, explain how the pristine Nuka-Cola machine works and give a bottle of purified water up to five times per week.
  • Godfrey knows if the Lone Wanderer is injured when they walk into their suite.

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
- Mister Handy flamer
Mister Handy buzzsaw
- Flamer fuel
Scrap metal

NotesEdit

  • His counterpart in Megaton is Wadsworth.
  • Like his counterpart, he mutters "not that I really want to" after asking, "How may I serve you master/mistress?"

Notable quotesEdit

AppearancesEdit

Godfrey appears only in Fallout 3.

Behind the scenesEdit

The joke, "Two cannibals are eating a clown. One turns to the other and says, 'Does this taste funny to you?'" was also told by a servant robot named 'Andrew' (Robin Williams) in the movie Bicentennial Man, and is originally by Tommy Cooper.

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