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343COMHancock_01_NeutralToFriendship0012CDF2{Neutral} Hey, hold up a second.Player Default: Of course. What's up?A
344{Neutral} Hey, mind if we talk now?Player Default: Of course. What's up?A
34500187DA9Player Default: Look, I needed to mention...{Apologetic} Just you taking care of Bobbi. I ain't proud of having to put you through that.A1a
346{Irritated} That sort of dictatorial shit. Ain't usually my style.Player Default: She tried to dupe us both. Dealing with her was the right move.A1b
347Player Default: Look, I needed to mention...{Apologetic} Just askin' you to take care of Bobbi. I ain't proud of that.A2a
348{Irritated} That sort of dictatorial shit. Ain't usually my style.Player Default: She tried to dupe us both. Dealing with her was the right move.A2b
3490012CE28Player Default: Good.{Grateful} I just hope you get where I was coming from. I ain't out to bring harm to anyone that didn't earn it.A1a
350{Friendly} Though I'm getting the distinct idea you got the same plan.A1b
351{Neutral} Well, you probably heard enough of me running my mouth for one day. Wanna get moving?A1c
3520012CE23Player Default: You fought so hard to become Mayor. Why leave?{Neutral} I ain't really the ponderous type. When an instinct takes hold, I listen.Y1a
353{Amused} This time around, instinct said I should join up with you. Seems it was a good one.Hancock: I just hope you get where I was coming from. I ain't out to bring harm to anyone that didn't earn it.Y1b
3540012CE22Player Default: Sounds like you had an awfully bloody past.{The person you're talking to is someone you're growing to like. / Amused} Sure did. And if things keep going the way the way they have, I think we're both in for a nice, bloody future.Hancock: I just hope you get where I was coming from. I ain't out to bring harm to anyone that didn't earn it.X1a
3550012CE21Player Default: You could have found a peaceful solution. All those people didn't have to die.{Neutral} Have to? No. But they sure as hell deserved to.Hancock: I just hope you get where I was coming from. I ain't out to bring harm to anyone that didn't earn it.B1a
3560012CE20Player Default: And you're never going to have to. We'll take care of the Commonwealth together.{Happy} Good.Hancock: I just hope you get where I was coming from. I ain't out to bring harm to anyone that didn't earn it.A1a
3570012CE1FPlayer Default: Or at least, thought about tryin'.{Confident} So the night of, we all got loaded, let Vic's boys get good and hammered, and burst from the windows and rooftops where we'd been hiding.A1a
358{In the third sentence, emphasis on "have." / Confident} They never even saw it coming. We didn't have to fire a shot. We didn't have to. But we sure fucking did. It was a massacre.A1b
359{Confident} Once we'd mopped up, we strolled right into Vic's quarters in the State House, wrapped a rope around his neck, and threw him off the balcony.A1c
360{Confident} And there I am, gun in hand, draped in Hancock's duds, looking at all the people of Goodneighbor assembled below.A1d
361{Neutral} I had to say something. That first time I said 'em, they didn't even feel like my words:A1e
362{Confident} Of the people, for the people!A1f
363{Confident} Was my inaugural address. Became Mayor Hancock of Goodneighbor that day. And from then on, I vowed I'd never stand by and watch. Ever again.Player Default: And you're never going to have to. We'll take care of the Commonwealth together.A1g
3640012CE1APlayer Default: You don't actually think the clothes of John Hancock spoke to you, right?{Neutral} Nah, I just felt, you know, a connection. It seemed like he and I were dealing with the same shit - serious oppression.Hancock: So the night of, we all got loaded, let Vic's boys get good and hammered, and burst from the windows and rooftops where we'd been hiding.Y1a
3650012CE19Player Default: The fact that you're standing here and Vic isn't would suggest things went well?{Confident} Oh yeah.Hancock: So the night of, we all got loaded, let Vic's boys get good and hammered, and burst from the windows and rooftops where we'd been hiding.X1a
3660012CE18Player Default: A guy like that only understands one thing - swift and brutal force. You made the right call.{Friendly} See, I knew you had your head on straight.Hancock: So the night of, we all got loaded, let Vic's boys get good and hammered, and burst from the windows and rooftops where we'd been hiding.B1a
3670012CE17Player Default: Why not try and reason with Vic instead of creating a militia?{Neutral} Hey, if I thought for a second that would work, I would've tried.A1a
368{Amused} Or at least, thought about tryin'.Hancock: So the night of, we all got loaded, let Vic's boys get good and hammered, and burst from the windows and rooftops where we'd been hiding.A1b
3690012CE16Player Default: You're right, but it was still spineless.{Sad} I felt like less than nothing. Afterwards, I got so high, I blacked out completely.A1a
370{Final sentence with reverence. / Neutral} When I finally came to, I was on the floor of the Old State House. Right in front of the clothes of John Hancock.A1b
371{Defiant} John Hancock, first American hoodlum and defender of the People.A1c
372{Neutral} I might've still been high, but those clothes spoke to me, told me what I needed to do. I smashed the case, put them on, and started a new life.A1d
373{Confident} As Hancock.A1e
374{Confident} After that, I went clean for a bit, got organized, convinced Kleo to loan me some hardware.A1f
375{Confident} Got a crew of drifters together and headed out into the ruins, started training. Next time Vic's boys went on their tear, we'd be ready for 'em.Player Default: Why not try and reason with Vic instead of creating a militia?A1g
3760012CE11Player Default: Was there no one who could have helped?{Emphasis on "move" / Sad} Who knows. Maybe. Honestly we were all so terrified, we couldn't bring ourselves to move until it was over, let alone get help.Hancock: I felt like less than nothing. Afterwards, I got so high, I blacked out completely.Y1a
3770012CE10Player Default: That's a hard choice to make. I don't envy you.{Disgust} I appreciate you trying, but there's no need to sugarcoat it. It was spineless, the way I acted.Hancock: I felt like less than nothing. Afterwards, I got so high, I blacked out completely.X1a
3780012CE0FPlayer Default: How could you do that? You should have intervened.{Neutral} Easy to say now, but you weren't there. I would've ended up the same. Or worse.Hancock: I felt like less than nothing. Afterwards, I got so high, I blacked out completely.B1a
3790012CE0EPlayer Default: You can't blame yourself. It sounds like you were outmatched. Probably would've killed you too.{Somber} You're right, but it was still spineless.Hancock: I felt like less than nothing. Afterwards, I got so high, I blacked out completely.A1a
3800012CE0DPlayer Default: True. But it doesn't change the fact that she's outta of the picture cause of us.{Neutral} Hell, that sorta bull's the whole reason I became mayor in the first place. Some ass named Vic ran the town for I don't know how long before that.A1a
381{Stern} Guy was scum. Used us drifters like his own personal piggy bank.A1b
382{Neutral} He had this goon squad he'd use to keep people in line. Every so often he'd let them off the leash, go blow off some steam on the populace at large.A1c
383{Neutral} Folks with homes could lock their doors, but us drifters, we got it bad. There was one night, some drifter said something to them.A1d
384{Disgusted with his own behavior. / Disgust} They cracked him open like a can of Cram on the pavement. And we all just stood there. Did nothing.Player Default: You can't blame yourself. It sounds like you were outmatched. Probably would've killed you too.A1e
3850012CE08Player Default: Is everything alright?{Neutral} Yeah, yeah. It ain't anything bad.Hancock: Just you taking care of Bobbi. I ain't proud of having to put you through that.Y1a
3860012CE06Player Default: Can we do this later?{Neutral} Yeah. Course. This ain't pressing.Hancock: Just you taking care of Bobbi. I ain't proud of having to put you through that.B1a
3870012CE05Player Default: Of course. What's up?{Neutral} Look, I needed to mention...Hancock: Just you taking care of Bobbi. I ain't proud of having to put you through that.A1a
3880012CE03Player Default: She tried to dupe us both. Dealing with her was the right move.{Somber} True. But it doesn't change the fact that she's outta of the picture cause of us.Hancock: Hell, that sorta bull's the whole reason I became mayor in the first place. Some ass named Vic ran the town for I don't know how long before that.A1a
3890012CE02Player Default: I'm not exactly pleased either. I don't appreciate being used.{A little ashamed. / Apologetic} Hey, I said I ain't proud, alright?Hancock: Hell, that sorta bull's the whole reason I became mayor in the first place. Some ass named Vic ran the town for I don't know how long before that.B1a
3900012CE01Player Default: It's not a big deal. Bobbi wasn't exactly the first person I've had to take care of.{Respectfully disagreeing. / Stern} See, that's where you're wrong. Abusing power like that. It is a big deal.Hancock: Hell, that sorta bull's the whole reason I became mayor in the first place. Some ass named Vic ran the town for I don't know how long before that.X1a
3910012CE00Player Default: You seem awfully torn up over Bobbi. Was there something between you?{Neutral} Nah, nothing like that. I just hate seeing guys like me use their sway to do that kinda harm.Hancock: Hell, that sorta bull's the whole reason I became mayor in the first place. Some ass named Vic ran the town for I don't know how long before that.Y1a
392COMHancock_02_FriendshipToAdmiration0012CDF2{Friendly. / Amused} So, seems you know how to hold your own. I'd had my doubts when we first hit the road.Player Default: Thanks. You're not so bad yourself.A
393{Friendly. / Impressed} To think I ever doubted you.Player Default: Thanks. You're not so bad yourself.A
3940016855EPlayer Default: I feel exactly the same, Hancock. It's been a hell of a ride thus far.{Just wrapped up an emotional exchange with player. / Happy} Then here's to a long road with plenty of ammo.Hancock: Well, thanks for hearing me out. You probably weren't looking for a history lesson, were ya? You wanna hit the road?A1a
3950016855DPlayer Default: You're not going soft on me, are ya, Hancock?{Amused} Hey, everyone's entitled to some softness. For me, it's pretty much everything below the eyebrows.Hancock: Well, thanks for hearing me out. You probably weren't looking for a history lesson, were ya? You wanna hit the road?B1a
3960016855CPlayer Default: Doesn't seem like there's a lot of competition for the post.{Hancock just wrapped up an emotional exchange with player. / Amused} You ain't lying. It's awful lonely for us folks at the top.Hancock: Well, thanks for hearing me out. You probably weren't looking for a history lesson, were ya? You wanna hit the road?X1a
3970016855BPlayer Default: And that's what we are? Friends?{Flirty. / Flirting} Well, now that you mention it, I have been having slightly more impure thoughts than usual. Maybe we'll get to... act on those. Heh.Y1a
398{After you should be flirty. / Friendly} But I guess we should probably head out, huh? After you.Hancock: Well, thanks for hearing me out. You probably weren't looking for a history lesson, were ya? You wanna hit the road?Y1b
399Player Default: And that's what we are? Friends?{Happy} And that ain't a term I toss around lightly.Hancock: Well, thanks for hearing me out. You probably weren't looking for a history lesson, were ya? You wanna hit the road?Y2a
4000012EDC4Player Default: Thanks. You're not so bad yourself.{Confident} I never get many complaints.Hancock: It's just real rare these days, find someone who's not just willing to take things the way they're handed to them.A1a
4010012EDC3Player Default: Hey, can we talk later?{Good natured. / Neutral} Oh yeah, sure. Later.Hancock: It's just real rare these days, find someone who's not just willing to take things the way they're handed to them.B1a
4020012EDC2Player Default: What can I say? Some people have just got it.{Amused} You ain't kidding.Hancock: It's just real rare these days, find someone who's not just willing to take things the way they're handed to them.X1a
4030012EDC1Player Default: Oh yeah? What kind of doubts?{Friendly} You kiddin' me? You looked like you'd fallen out of the Vault that day. I thought I'd see you pickin' your teeth out of the gutter by sun up.Hancock: It's just real rare these days, find someone who's not just willing to take things the way they're handed to them.Y1a
4040012EDBCPlayer Default: I never get many complaints.{Friendly} It's just real rare these days, find someone who's not just willing to take things the way they're handed to them.A1a
405{Stern} Too many good folks not willing to get their hands dirty and too many assholes taking advantage of it.A1b
406{Neutral} Look at what happened to Diamond City. Before McDonough took over, it was a half-decent place to live.A1c
407{Neutral} A little stricter than I usually go for, but not terrible. I thought he and I had a pretty happy childhood.A1d
408{Irritated} But then he decides he's gonna try and get elected with his anti-Ghoul crusade - "Mankind for McDonough."A1e
409{Angry} Before ya know it, you got families with kids lining up to drag folks they called "neighbor" out of their homes and throw 'em to the ruins.Player Default: How could they do something like that?A1f
4100012EDBBPlayer Default: How could they do something like that?{Neutral} There'd always been a pretty big gulf between the folks living in the stands and folks down on the field.A1a
411{Neutral} McDonough ran on it because he thought enough of those Upper Stands assholes would vote for him. Guess he was right.Hancock: I remember storming into his office above the stands after the inauguration speech.A1b
4120012EDBAPlayer Default: It could have gone worse. At least they left with their lives.{Stern} And how long do you think those folks lasted in the ruins? The city condemned those Ghouls to die. Cowards just got someone else to pull the trigger.Hancock: I remember storming into his office above the stands after the inauguration speech.B1a
4130012EDB9Player Default: Why did McDonough campaign against the Ghouls?{Neutral} Because he thought he could win.X1a
414{Neutral} There'd always been a pretty clear divide between the folks living in the stands and those down on the field.X1b
415{Stern} I'm not convinced they didn't do it just to improve their view.Hancock: I remember storming into his office above the stands after the inauguration speech.X1c
4160012EDB8Player Default: You and McDonough knew each other as kids?{Neutral} Oh yeah. Guy's my brother. Grew up together in a little shack on the waterfront.Y1a
417{Neutral} Guy was the standard big brother - entitled, punchy, liked to shove rotten tatoes down my shirt and slap my back.Y1b
418{Neutral} But I never thought he'd be capable of something like what they did to those Ghouls.Player Default: How could they do something like that?Y1c
4190012EDB3Player Default: McDonough ran on it because he thought enough of those Upper Stands assholes would vote for him. Guess he was right.{Stern} I remember storming into his office above the stands after the inauguration speech.A1a
420{Stern} He was just standing there, staring out the window, watching as the city turned on the Ghouls. He didn't even look at me, just said:A1b
421{Neutral} I did it, John. It's finally mine.A1c
422{Stern} Should have killed him right there, but I don't think it would have changed anything. Instead I pleaded with him, begged him to call it off.A1d
423{Disgust} He said he couldn't. He had nothing against the Ghouls. He was just carrying out the will of the people. And he couldn't betray the voters.A1e
424{Cold rage. You loathe the person you're talking about. / Disgust} And then he smiled. That hideous, fucking mile-long smile. He never smiled like that when we were kids. I didn't even recognize him.Player Default: He murdered those Ghouls.A1f
4250012EDB2Player Default: He murdered those Ghouls.{Angry} Him and that whole damned city.Hancock: I still wasn't a Ghoul at this point, so I didn't have to leave, but I couldn't bring myself to stay in that cesspool after that.A1a
4260012EDB1Player Default: McDonough was right. He only gave the people what they wanted.{Question} Ghouls had been living just fine in Diamond City until he showed up. You really think he's not to blame?Hancock: I still wasn't a Ghoul at this point, so I didn't have to leave, but I couldn't bring myself to stay in that cesspool after that.B1a
4270012EDB0Player Default: Of all the things I've seen since leaving the Vault, this seems almost merciful.{Neutral} Sure, no one got beheaded. At first.Hancock: I still wasn't a Ghoul at this point, so I didn't have to leave, but I couldn't bring myself to stay in that cesspool after that.X1a
4280012EDAFPlayer Default: What do you mean you didn't recognize him?{Neutral} I don't know. Just didn't seem like the guy I grew up with.Y1a
429{Neutral} When I'd first heard the rumors he'd been swapped for a Synth, thinking back on that night, I thought it made a lot of sense.Y1b
430{Puzzled} But now, I don't know. I don't think I buy it.Y1c
431{Neutral} I've seen him since then and there's no way they copied him that perfectly. Even got his tightass walk.Y1d
432{Angry} But at the time, I just needed to get the hell away from him. Him and that whole damned city.Player Default: He murdered those Ghouls.Y1e
433Player Default: What do you mean you didn't recognize him?{Neutral} I don't know. Just didn't seem like the guy I grew up with.Y2a
434{You're trying to reconcile the fact that your brother was a spy for an organization you loathe. / Neutral} Guess that all makes sense now, knowing that he was with the Institute, but honestly I think I'm more angry now.Y2b
435{Upset. You're trying to reconcile the fact that your brother was a spy for an organization you loathe. / Angry} I mean, where do I draw the line?Y2c
436{You're trying to reconcile the fact that your brother was a spy for an organization you loathe. / Irritated} Was the guy I grew up with the amoral piece of trash who gave the Ghouls the boot or was that just some Synth makin' a play for theY2d
437{You're trying to reconcile the fact that your brother was a spy for an organization you loathe. / Neutral} Have I been hatin' the guy all these years for nothin'? Almost makes me wish I didn't know.Y2e
438{Neutral} At the time though, I just couldn't wait to get away from him and his whole damn constituency.Player Default: He murdered those Ghouls.Y2f
4390012EDAAPlayer Default: Him and that whole damned city.{Angry} I still wasn't a Ghoul at this point, so I didn't have to leave, but I couldn't bring myself to stay in that cesspool after that.A1a
440{Neutral} I'd been sneakin' off to Goodneighbor for years to get decent chems, so I knew the safe routes.A1b
441{Neutral} I managed to track down a couple of the families, lead 'em there, but most couldn't get used to the Goodneighbor lifestyle.A1c
442{Sad} I brought them food for a couple of weeks, but after a while, they just disappeared.A1d
443{Angry} Folks in Diamond City signed their death warrants and all the good people were willing to just sit by and watch.A1e
444{Angry} I felt like I was the only one who saw how screwed up things truly were, who couldn't just pretend things were fine.A1f
445{Friendly} Still feel that way... or I did. Until I met you.A1g
446{Grateful} I know I run my mouth, but having someone who sees the world for what it is and is willing to do something about it.A1h
447{Happy} It's meant a lot to me. I feel damn lucky to have you as a friend.Player Default: I feel exactly the same, Hancock. It's been a hell of a ride thus far.A1i
44800168556Player Default: Then here's to a long road with plenty of ammo.{Grateful} Well, thanks for hearing me out. You probably weren't looking for a history lesson, were ya? You wanna hit the road?A1a
449COMHancock_03_AdmirationToInfatuation0012CDF2{A bit embarrassed about wanting to share something emotional. / Question} Hey. You got a sec? I need you to hear something.Player Default: Sure. Go ahead.A
450{A bit embarrassed about wanting to share something emotional. / Neutral} Hey, when you got time, I got something I still need you to hear.Player Default: Sure. Go ahead.A
451001A89ACHancock: Hell, running from myself is what made me into... into a damn Ghoul.{Emotional. / Neutral} And sure, you and me, we haven't always seen eye-to-eye. But lately, lately things have just felt... right.Hancock: And running, it's the furthest thing from my mind. I mean, I left Goodneighbor thinking I was gonna just sharpen up the 'ol killer instinct.A1a
452Hancock: Hell, running from myself is what made me into... into a damn Ghoul.{Emotional. / Neutral} But being here with you, for the first time in my life, things have just felt... right.Hancock: And running, it's the furthest thing from my mind. I mean, I left Goodneighbor thinking I was gonna just sharpen up the 'ol killer instinct.A2a
453001A89ABHancock: And sure, you and me, we haven't always seen eye-to-eye. But lately, lately things have just felt... right.{Emotional. / Happy} And running, it's the furthest thing from my mind. I mean, I left Goodneighbor thinking I was gonna just sharpen up the 'ol killer instinct.A1a
454{Emotional. / Happy} But whether it's fate or destiny or just god damn coincidence, I ended up with someone like you.A1b
455{Emotional. / Happy} I turned one of the nastiest settlements in the Commonwealth into a refuge for the lost. I thought I'd done something I could hang my hat on.A1c
456{Emotional. / Happy} But being out here with you, it's made me realize just how small time I'd been thinking.A1d
457{Emotional. / Neutral} And that maybe all my running, from my life, myself... maybe it wasn't such a bad thing after all.Player Default: You may have run, but you always ran for a reason, Hancock.A1e
45800168FB0Player Default: I know the feeling. You're a damn fine man, Hancock. I'm lucky to have you at my back.{Emotional. / Friendly} And God help any of 'em who get in our way.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.A1a
459Player Default: I know the feeling. You're a damn fine man, Hancock. I'm lucky to have you at my back.{Emotional. / Friendly} And I ain't goin' nowhere.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.A2a
46000168FAFPlayer Default: Can we just keep this professional? All this emotion is making me a little uncomfortable.{Joking. / Amused} Uh, yeah. I'll try and dial back the friendship from here on out.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.B1a
461Player Default: Can we just keep this professional? All this emotion is making me a little uncomfortable.{Player just Hancock to stop thanking him for being so good to him for the second time. / Amused} You want me to take the emotion out of a relationship? Never been the one not doing the asking. But yeah, you got it. Consider it dropped.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.B2a
46200168FAEPlayer Default: That really means a lot to me. Thank you, Hancock.{Neutral} Just calling 'em like I see 'em.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.X1a
463Player Default: That really means a lot to me. Thank you, Hancock.{Friendly. Player just complimented how much fun they're having. / Amused} Only way I do it.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.X2a
46400168FADPlayer Default: Have you ever thought about us as maybe more than just friends?{Player made a romantic overture towards Hancock. Hancock likes it. / Amused} Heh. It that obvious? But come on. You don't want to wake up to this mug every morning. Never wish that on anyone I cared for.Player Default: Who I fall for is my decision. And I've fallen for you.Y1a
465Player Default: Have you ever thought about us as maybe more than just friends?{Player made a romantic overture towards Hancock and he's gently letting the player down by essentially avoiding the issue. / Neutral} Yeah, but that's a given when you got me around. I don't mean no harm by it. And I don't want that to affHancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.Y2a
46600168FA8Player Default: And God help any of 'em who get in our way.{Wrapping up an emotional scene. / Neutral} Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.A1a
467{Wrapping up an emotional scene. / Grateful} Thanks... for hearing me out... friend.Player Default: Who I fall for is my decision. And I've fallen for you.A1b
468Player Default: And God help any of 'em who get in our way.{Wrapping up an emotional scene. / Friendly} Well, thanks. Again. Now, you wanna get this freakshow back on the road?Player Default: Who I fall for is my decision. And I've fallen for you.A2a
46900168FA7Player Default: Who I fall for is my decision. And I've fallen for you.{Joking that the player has fallen for Hancock. / Amused} Wouldn't expect that kind of lapse in judgement from you. But I guess that works out for me then, doesn't it?Hancock: Heh. Moments like this, I know all that karma stuff is bull. Because no one like me should be this lucky.A1a
47000168FA6Player Default: I don't want to make you uncomfortable. Are you sure?{Friendly} You kidding me? So long as I got you at my side, it doesn't matter the capacity.B1a
471{Amused} Why don't we just agree to keep it friendly for now or till they find a cure for ugly? Heh.Hancock: Well, I know I could stand to listen about how wonderful I am for the rest of my days, but it's probably worth us hitting the road.B1b
47200168FA5Player Default: You're just the way I like. Screw anyone who makes you feel ashamed.{The player just suggested that anyone who don't like Hancock the way he is can go screw themselves. / Flirting} Wasn't thinking about the folks doing the shaming...Hancock: Heh. Moments like this, I know all that karma stuff is bull. Because no one like me should be this lucky.X1a
47300168FA4Player Default: I'm trusting you on this, Hancock. Should I?{Happy} I ain't got an escape route planned, if that's what you're askin'. Right now, this is exactly where I want to be.Hancock: Heh. Moments like this, I know all that karma stuff is bull. Because no one like me should be this lucky.Y1a
47400168F9FPlayer Default: Wouldn't expect that kind of lapse in judgement from you. But I guess that works out for me then, doesn't it?{Cool, but elated that the player has accepted his romantic offers. / Grateful} Heh. Moments like this, I know all that karma stuff is bull. Because no one like me should be this lucky.A1a
475{Cool, but elated that the player has accepted his romantic offers. / Happy} Come on, love. Let's get this freakshow on the road.A1b
4760012ED3APlayer Default: Sure. Go ahead.{Nervous} Yeah, thanks. I appreciate it.Hancock: It's just, being out here with you, it's made me realize. Most of my life to this point, I've been running out on the good things I got.A1a
4770012ED39Player Default: Is there any way we could talk about this later?{Neutral} Yeah, of course. I'm not going anywhere.Hancock: It's just, being out here with you, it's made me realize. Most of my life to this point, I've been running out on the good things I got.B1a
4780012ED37Player Default: Is everything alright?{Nervous} Oh yeah. Better than that. This is just... tricky.Hancock: It's just, being out here with you, it's made me realize. Most of my life to this point, I've been running out on the good things I got.Y1a
4790012ED32Player Default: Yeah, thanks. I appreciate it.{Emotional. / Neutral} It's just, being out here with you, it's made me realize. Most of my life to this point, I've been running out on the good things I got.A1a
480{Emotional. / Neutral} I skipped out on my family, my life in Diamond City. Took up with you just to get outta Goodneighbor.A1b
481{Emotional. / Neutral} Hell, running from myself is what made me into... into a damn Ghoul.Hancock: And sure, you and me, we haven't always seen eye-to-eye. But lately, lately things have just felt... right.A1c
4820012ED31Player Default: You may have run, but you always ran for a reason, Hancock.{Really touched by what the player just said. / Neutral} Been trying to convince myself of that for a long time, but hearing that coming from someone like you...A1a
483{Emotional. / Grateful} I don't know if you understand what that means to me.Hancock: So lemme get to the point. Throwing in with you has been the best decision I've ever made.A1b
4840012ED30Player Default: And how long's it going to be before you abandon me too?{Emotional. / Friendly} Hey, things keep going the way they're going, you've got nothing to worry about.Hancock: So lemme get to the point. Throwing in with you has been the best decision I've ever made.B1a
4850012ED2FPlayer Default: It doesn't matter what you did. All that matters is what you do from here on out.{Amused} Heh. I know a lot of bookies that'd disagree with you. But I feel what you're getting at.Hancock: So lemme get to the point. Throwing in with you has been the best decision I've ever made.X1a
4860012ED2EPlayer Default: Running from yourself? What do you mean?{Emotional. / Neutral} Well, I mean, I didn't always look this good. The drug that did this to me, that made me a Ghoul, I knew what it was going to do.Y1a
487{Emotional. / Stern} I just couldn't stand looking at the bastard I saw in the mirror anymore.Y1b
488{Emotional. / Angry} The coward who'd let all those Ghouls from Diamond City die. Who was too scared to protect his fellow drifters from Vic and his boys.Y1c
489{Emotional. / Stern} If I took it, I'd never have to look at him again. I could put that all behind me. I'd be free. Didn't seem like a choice at all.Y1d
490{Emotional. / Sad} Turns out it was just me running from somethin' else in my life.Player Default: You may have run, but you always ran for a reason, Hancock.Y1e
4910012ED29Player Default: I don't know if you understand what that means to me.{Emotional. / Stern} So lemme get to the point. Throwing in with you has been the best decision I've ever made.A1a
492{Emotional, but making a joke. / Neutral} It's like I found a part of myself I never realized was missing... which happens sometimes when you're a Ghoul.A1b
493{Emotional. / Neutral} If I hadn't taken up with you, I'd probably be in a gutter somewhere, getting gnawed on by Radroaches.A1c
494{Emotional. This is the emotional culmination of the scene. / Friendly} You have been one hell of a friend.Player Default: I know the feeling. You're a damn fine man, Hancock. I'm lucky to have you at my back.A1d
495COMHancock_04_NeutralToDisdain0012CDF2{Unhappy with how the player has been behaving. / Stern} Hey, you take one too many blows to the head?Player Default: You seem upset.A
496{Unhappy with how the player has been behaving. / Stern} So, you gonna enlighten me here? You take one too many blows to the skull or you just actin' like this for fun?Player Default: You seem upset.A
4970012EDA9Player Default: You seem upset.{Irritated} Managed to piece that one together yourself, huh? First sense you've shown in a while.Hancock: Now look. I ain't been pleased with how things have been going.A1a
4980012EDA8Player Default: Any chance we could talk about this later?{Irritated} Yeah. Fine.Hancock: Now look. I ain't been pleased with how things have been going.B1a
4990012EDA7Player Default: I don't think so, but there's a chance I might not remember.{Irritated} Real funny. Make a joke.Hancock: Now look. I ain't been pleased with how things have been going.X1a
5000012EDA6Player Default: What do you mean? What's wrong?{Stern} What's wrong is the way you've been behaving.Hancock: Now look. I ain't been pleased with how things have been going.Y1a
5010012EDA1Player Default: Managed to piece that one together yourself, huh? First sense you've shown in a while.{Stern} Now look. I ain't been pleased with how things have been going.A1a
502{Stern} And I ain't gonna keep traveling with someone who's not willing to get their hands dirty trying to help the folks that need it.A1b
503{Stern} So you got a choice. You either need to change the way you're makin' decisions, or you need to find yourself someone else to travel with.Player Default: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to make you so angry.A1c
5040012EDA0Player Default: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to make you so angry.{Stern} Keep your apologies. Just listen.Hancock: If you wanna keep traveling together, I need you to start acting like you ain't afraid to help people out here.A1a
5050012ED9FPlayer Default: We do things my way. If you don't like it, maybe you should go.{Player told Hancock they make the rules and if he doesn't like it he should go. / Stern} If you don't wanna keep going, then all you gotta do is say the word. Otherwise, I need you to listen.Hancock: If you wanna keep traveling together, I need you to start acting like you ain't afraid to help people out here.B1a
5060012ED9EPlayer Default: Sure, whatever.{Stern} Hey, listen up.Hancock: If you wanna keep traveling together, I need you to start acting like you ain't afraid to help people out here.X1a
5070012ED9DPlayer Default: I'm sorry. What do I need to do?{Neutral} I ain't asking for much.Hancock: If you wanna keep traveling together, I need you to start acting like you ain't afraid to help people out here.Y1a
5080012ED98Player Default: Keep your apologies. Just listen.{Stern} If you wanna keep traveling together, I need you to start acting like you ain't afraid to help people out here.A1a
509{Stern} You do that, we won't have any more problems. Now come on. I'm done talkin'.A1b
510COMHancock_05_DisdainToHatred0012CDF2{Cold fury. / Stern} Stop.Player Default: Sure. What's up?A
511001A89ADPlayer Default: What's up? We're finished. That's what's up.{Player has murdered too many people. Hancock is not going to take it anymore. / Angry} I know my hands ain't exactly clean, but what you've done, killing these people, I ain't gonna be a part of it anymore.A1a
512{Player has murdered too many people. Hancock is not going to take it anymore. / Angry} So you and me, we're through.Hancock: You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.A1b
5130012ED97Player Default: Sure. What's up?{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} What's up? We're finished. That's what's up.Hancock: I know my hands ain't exactly clean, but what you've done, killing these people, I ain't gonna be a part of it anymore.A1a
5140012ED96Player Default: Can we do this another time?{Containing his rage. / Angry} Oh, this ain't gonna take long.Hancock: I know my hands ain't exactly clean, but what you've done, killing these people, I ain't gonna be a part of it anymore.B1a
5150012ED95Player Default: All right.{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} Good. Now listen. I am finished.Hancock: I know my hands ain't exactly clean, but what you've done, killing these people, I ain't gonna be a part of it anymore.X1a
5160012ED94Player Default: Something wrong? Are we being followed?{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} Yeah, there's something wrong.Hancock: I know my hands ain't exactly clean, but what you've done, killing these people, I ain't gonna be a part of it anymore.Y1a
5170012ED8FPlayer Default: What's up? We're finished. That's what's up.{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} You had your chance to clean up the mess you've been leaving behind. I ain't gonna stand by watching anymore.A1a
518{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} There's folks that really need us out here, folks we could be helpin'.A1b
519{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} But I guess that was never the plan, was it?Player Default: Please. I know I screwed up, but don't go.A1c
5200012ED8EPlayer Default: Please. I know I screwed up, but don't go.{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} And why the hell shouldn't I?Player Default: Come on. Are you really gonna pass up probably the best opportunity you'll have to kick some ass?A1a
5210012ED8DPlayer Default: No, the plan was do to things my way. And if you don't like it, you can go.{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Irritated} I've been thinkin' the same thing.Hancock: You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.B1a
5220012ED8CPlayer Default: Whatever.{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Angry} Whatever? Whatever! Fine. You know what? I'm done.Hancock: You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.X1a
5230012ED8BPlayer Default: Is there anything I can do to keep you from going?{Stern} I gave you a shot. You really think there's something you can say at this point?Player Default: Come on. Are you really gonna pass up probably the best opportunity you'll have to kick some ass?Y1a
5240012ED86Player Default: Come on. Are you really gonna pass up probably the best opportunity you'll have to kick some ass?{Player just talked you down from leaving him. / Puzzled} Well, I... I guess you got a good point.Hancock: Alright. I-I'll stay. For now. But you need to make things right. No more bullshit. You change or I go.A1a
525Player Default: Come on. Are you really gonna pass up probably the best opportunity you'll have to kick some ass?{Stern} No. You had your chance.Hancock: You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.A2a
5260012ED85Player Default: You know what, nevermind. Go.{Extremely displeased with how the player has been acting. / Stern} Gladly.Hancock: You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.B1a
5270012ED84Player Default: I'm sorry. Things will be different. You have my word.{Sighs before starting. Sincerely touched. / Neutral} Yeah? Well they're gonna have to be.Hancock: Alright. I-I'll stay. For now. But you need to make things right. No more bullshit. You change or I go.X1a
5280012ED83Player Default: Because I can't do this alone. You stick with me, I promise we'll bring about the change you've been looking for.{Sincerely touched. / Question} You're serious, aren't you?Hancock: Alright. I-I'll stay. For now. But you need to make things right. No more bullshit. You change or I go.Y1a
5290012ED7EPlayer Default: Well, I... I guess you got a good point.{Begrudgingly taking the player back. / Stern} Alright. I-I'll stay. For now. But you need to make things right. No more bullshit. You change or I go.Hancock: You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.A1a
5300012ED7DHancock: Alright. I-I'll stay. For now. But you need to make things right. No more bullshit. You change or I go.{Stern} You better watch your back out there. Some folks won't stand for your kind. Never thought I would.A1a
5310012ED7C{Stern} Please, walk away. Best decision you've made in a while.A1a
532COMHancock_06_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiration0012CDF2{Coming from a place of real care for the player, but unhappy with how they've been behaving recently. / Neutral} Hey. I hate to be that Ghoul, but we need to talk.Player Default: By all means. Let's talk.A
533{Coming from a place of real care for the player, but unhappy with how they've been behaving recently. / Neutral} I still got some things I need to get off my chest. We gonna talk?Player Default: By all means. Let's talk.A
5340012ED7APlayer Default: By all means. Let's talk.{Sternly. / Stern} I plan too.Hancock: Now look. This, this isn't easy for me. With you, I really thought I'd found the person I was meant to be with. My missing piece.A1a
5350012ED79Player Default: Let's do this later.{Irritated} Yeah, sure. Later.Hancock: Now look. This, this isn't easy for me. With you, I really thought I'd found the person I was meant to be with. My missing piece.B1a
5360012ED77Player Default: You seem upset. What's wrong?{Somewhat surprised the player is even asking that question. / Surprised} What's wrong? What's wrong is you.Hancock: Now look. This, this isn't easy for me. With you, I really thought I'd found the person I was meant to be with. My missing piece.Y1a
5370012ED72Player Default: I plan too.{A bit emotional. In love with the player, but feeling betrayed by their recent behavior. / Somber} Now look. This, this isn't easy for me. With you, I really thought I'd found the person I was meant to be with. My missing piece.A1a
538{A bit emotional. In love with the player, but feeling betrayed by their recent behavior. / Somber} But how you've been acting lately? I can't love this person.A1b
539{A bit emotional. In love with the player, but feeling betrayed by their recent behavior. / Somber} So, I'm thinking that maybe we just need to take a break, think about what we both want outta this.A1c
540{A bit emotional. In love with the player, but feeling betrayed by their recent behavior. / Pleading} And maybe, maybe you'll decide to bring back the person I fell for.Player Default: I'm sorry. I'll fix this. I promise.A1d
541Player Default: I plan too.{Angry with a very dear friend. / Stern} Now look.A2a
542{Upset with a very dear friend. / Stern} I didn't expect to be having this conversation with you of all people, but lately, lately I just ain't pleased with how things have been going.A2b
543{Upset with a very dear friend. / Stern} Seems like you've lost your way a bit. And I'm not just gonna stand here while that happens.A2c
544{Upset with a very dear friend. / Neutral} So how about this? You do us both a favor and bring back the only person I ever trusted to cover me and we get things back the way they were?Player Default: I'm sorry. I'll fix this. I promise.A2d
5450012ED71Player Default: I'm sorry. I'll fix this. I promise.{Grateful} I really hope you do.Hancock: I'm not ready to give up on a good thing just yet. But I need you to show me you aren't ready to give up either.A1a
5460012ED70Player Default: Look, we've got a lot more important concerns right now than your feelings, alright?{Not pleased to hear the player's response, but still from a place of caring. / Stern} Hey, I ain't the issue here. You're the one who decided to act this way. You're the one who's gonna fix it.Hancock: I'm not ready to give up on a good thing just yet. But I need you to show me you aren't ready to give up either.B1a
5470012ED6FPlayer Default: This is who I am now. You need to get used to it.{Not pleased to hear the player's response, but still from a place of caring. / Stern} You and I both know that's not true. At least, it better not be, if you still want me around.Hancock: I'm not ready to give up on a good thing just yet. But I need you to show me you aren't ready to give up either.X1a
5480012ED6EPlayer Default: So, does this mean you don't love me?{Emotional. / Neutral} It means now, now I think we just need to be friends for a spell.Hancock: I'm not ready to give up on a good thing just yet. But I need you to show me you aren't ready to give up either.Y1a
549Player Default: So, does this mean you don't love me?{Emotional. / Neutral} Course we're still friends.Hancock: I'm not ready to give up on a good thing just yet. But I need you to show me you aren't ready to give up either.Y2a
5500012ED69Player Default: I really hope you do.{A touch emotional over possible losing his best friend/lover. / Stern} I'm not ready to give up on a good thing just yet. But I need you to show me you aren't ready to give up either.A1a
551COMHancock_07_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral0012CDF2{Unhappy with how the player's been behaving. / Stern} Hey. We need to talk. Now.Player Default: Ok, let's talk.A
552{Unhappy with how the player's been behaving. / Stern} You and I still need to talk.Player Default: Ok, let's talk.A
5530012ED68Player Default: Ok, let's talk.{Stern} Good. Now look.Hancock: I know we ain't always seen eye to eye, but I'd thought we'd finally found some solid footing.A1a
5540012ED67Player Default: Can we do this another time?{Stern} This is something we need to talk about. If it's not now, it's gonna be later.Hancock: I know we ain't always seen eye to eye, but I'd thought we'd finally found some solid footing.B1a
5550012ED66Player Default: Go ahead.{Neutral} Look.Hancock: I know we ain't always seen eye to eye, but I'd thought we'd finally found some solid footing.X1a
5560012ED65Player Default: Is there something you need?{Stern} Yeah. I need you to listen.Hancock: I know we ain't always seen eye to eye, but I'd thought we'd finally found some solid footing.Y1a
5570012ED60Player Default: Good. Now look.{Neutral} I know we ain't always seen eye to eye, but I'd thought we'd finally found some solid footing.Hancock: But lately, you seem deadset on throwing all that away. And if things keep going the way they have, I'm not sure how much longer I can stomach it.A1a
558Player Default: Good. Now look.{Neutral} I'd been pretty happy with how things were going.A2a
559{Neutral} You and me, out in the Commonwealth, bringing hell to folks that deserved it and helping those in need.Hancock: But lately, you seem deadset on throwing all that away. And if things keep going the way they have, I'm not sure how much longer I can stomach it.A2b
5600012ED5FHancock: I know we ain't always seen eye to eye, but I'd thought we'd finally found some solid footing.{Irritated} But lately, you seem deadset on throwing all that away. And if things keep going the way they have, I'm not sure how much longer I can stomach it.A1a
561{Stern} I just need to know that this ain't the path you're planning on walking from here on out.Player Default: I'm sorry, Hancock. I'll make this right.A1b
5620012ED5EPlayer Default: I'm sorry, Hancock. I'll make this right.{Stern} Don't say it. Do it.Hancock: If you want this thing to work, then I need you to show me you still got the guts to stand up for folks out here. Otherwise, you're on your own.A1a
5630012ED5DPlayer Default: I do as I please. So you're just going to have to get used to it.{Not pleased with what the player just said to him. / Stern} Sorry, friend. This ain't negotiable.Hancock: If you want this thing to work, then I need you to show me you still got the guts to stand up for folks out here. Otherwise, you're on your own.B1a
5640012ED5CPlayer Default: I guess we'll have to see.{Neutral} Hey, this ain't a negotiation.Hancock: If you want this thing to work, then I need you to show me you still got the guts to stand up for folks out here. Otherwise, you're on your own.X1a
5650012ED5BPlayer Default: What do we need to do to fix this?{Emphasis on the first "you" / Stern} We? You need to be willin' to help folks in need out here and knock around those making trouble.Y1a
566{Question} You think that's something you can manage?Player Default: I'm sorry, Hancock. I'll make this right.Y1b
5670012ED56Player Default: Don't say it. Do it.{Disappointed in the person you're speaking to. / Stern} If you want this thing to work, then I need you to show me you still got the guts to stand up for folks out here. Otherwise, you're on your own.A1a
568COMHancock_08_RepeatNeutralToDisdain0012CDF2{Very unhappy with how the player's been behaving. Add some venom to "friend." / Stern} Listen here, friend. We gotta talk.Player Default: Sure, go ahead.A
569{Very unhappy with how the player's been behaving. / Stern} Hey. It's time for us to talk.Player Default: Sure, go ahead.A
5700012ED55Player Default: Sure, go ahead.{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Irritated} The hell's gotten into you?Hancock: Are we just not communicating on the same frequency?A1a
5710012ED54Player Default: Now's not the time for this.{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Irritated} I don't care when. But you and me got some serious business to sort out.Hancock: Are we just not communicating on the same frequency?B1a
5720012ED53Player Default: I'm listening.{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Stern} Yeah, I doubt that.Hancock: Are we just not communicating on the same frequency?X1a
5730012ED52Player Default: Why are you upset?{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Stern} I'm upset because I'm sick of fucking repeating myself.Hancock: Are we just not communicating on the same frequency?Y1a
5740012ED4DPlayer Default: The hell's gotten into you?{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Irritated} Are we just not communicating on the same frequency?A1a
575{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Irritated} Because I'm getting real tired of having to run my mouth every time you make a lousy decision.A1b
576{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Stern} So one of two things is gonna happen - either you're going to figure out how to make things right...A1c
577{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Stern} Or we're gonna turn this duo into a solo act. Ya feel me?Player Default: Yes. Absolutely. I feel ya. Things will change.A1d
5780012ED4CPlayer Default: Yes. Absolutely. I feel ya. Things will change.{Stern} Prove it.Hancock: I don't plan on having this conversation again. You either get your act together, or you find someone else to watch your back.A1a
5790012ED4BPlayer Default: Sounds like your problem, not mine.{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. Put some venom on "friend." / Stern} Don't push me, friend. I can sure make it yours.Hancock: I don't plan on having this conversation again. You either get your act together, or you find someone else to watch your back.B1a
5800012ED4APlayer Default: Why not a trio? I'll sing, you can play the saxophone, we just need someone to play the trombone.{Seething. / Irritated} Oh, you're a laugh a minute.Hancock: I don't plan on having this conversation again. You either get your act together, or you find someone else to watch your back.X1a
5810012ED49Player Default: How do I make things right?{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Stern} I just need you to be willing to stand up - for the folks that need it, and to the bastards that've earned it.Hancock: I don't plan on having this conversation again. You either get your act together, or you find someone else to watch your back.Y1a
5820012ED44Player Default: Prove it.{Very displeased with how the player's been acting. / Stern} I don't plan on having this conversation again. You either get your act together, or you find someone else to watch your back.A1a
583COMHancock_09_RepeatDisdainToHatred0012CDF2{Done asking the player to change their ways. / Angry} No fucking more. We are done.Player Default: Wait. Don't go. I can do better.A
5840012ED43Player Default: Wait. Don't go. I can do better.{Extremely angry with the player. / Angry} You had every damn chance in the world to change.Hancock: As a courtesy, I won't cut your throat right here. But I see you again, I can't promise I'll be so polite.A1a
5850012ED42Player Default: Finally. Can't take a hint, can you?{Player is goading Hancock to leave, which Hancock is more than happy to oblige. / Angry} Oh, you're making this even easier than I thought it'd be.Hancock: As a courtesy, I won't cut your throat right here. But I see you again, I can't promise I'll be so polite.B1a
5860012ED41Player Default: Don't forget to keep in touch.{Player just told Hancock to keep in touch. Hancock is making that into a threat. / Angry} Please, don't temp me.Hancock: As a courtesy, I won't cut your throat right here. But I see you again, I can't promise I'll be so polite.X1a
5870012ED40Player Default: Are you really going to leave? Is there anything I can do to stop you?{Livid. / Stern} You got all the chances you're going to get.Hancock: As a courtesy, I won't cut your throat right here. But I see you again, I can't promise I'll be so polite.Y1a
5880012ED3BPlayer Default: You had every damn chance in the world to change.{Livid. / Angry} As a courtesy, I won't cut your throat right here. But I see you again, I can't promise I'll be so polite.A1a
589COMHancock_10_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation0012CDF2{A bit emotional, as the player has changed their ways to get Hancock back. / Question} Can we talk about something?Player Default: Of course. What's on your mind?A
590{A bit emotional, as the player has changed their ways to get Hancock back. / Neutral} I'd still really like to talk, if you're willing to hear me out.Player Default: Of course. What's on your mind?A
5910016FBAFPlayer Default: You don't know how happy that makes me. I've done some boneheaded things, but breaking it off with you, that's up there.{Pleading} But look, I really hate to say this, but... just don't make me go through this again, alright?A1a
592{Happy} This person, the one I'm looking at right now. They're the one I love. I don't want to be without them ever again.A1b
5930012ED1EPlayer Default: Of course. What's on your mind?{About to launch into an emotional discussion. / Neutral} Just, what you've done for me...Hancock: You know, you had me worried there. I thought I was gonna lose the closest friend I'd ever had. But now, now I ain't worried anymore.A1a
5940012ED1DPlayer Default: Can we do this later?{Neutral} Uh, fine. Yeah. Later.Hancock: You know, you had me worried there. I thought I was gonna lose the closest friend I'd ever had. But now, now I ain't worried anymore.B1a
5950012ED1CPlayer Default: Alright. Go ahead.{About to launch into an emotional scene. / Neutral} Thanks.Hancock: You know, you had me worried there. I thought I was gonna lose the closest friend I'd ever had. But now, now I ain't worried anymore.X1a
5960012ED1BPlayer Default: Is everything okay?{About to apologize to the player for breaking up with them. / Neutral} It is. Now.Hancock: You know, you had me worried there. I thought I was gonna lose the closest friend I'd ever had. But now, now I ain't worried anymore.Y1a
5970012ED16Player Default: Just, what you've done for me...{Warmly. / Apologetic} You know, you had me worried there. I thought I was gonna lose the closest friend I'd ever had. But now, now I ain't worried anymore.A1a
598{Warmly. / Grateful} All I can say is thanks. Being here with you, it feels right again. I'm damn lucky to be able to count someone like you as my friend.A1b
599Player Default: Just, what you've done for me...{Emotional. / Apologetic} I just gotta say, I'm sorry. I'm sorry for what I said. I'm sorry I ever doubted you.A2a
600{Emotional. / Grateful} You've done exactly what I asked for, you gave me back the person... the person I love.A2b
601{Emotional. / Apologetic} Now, now I'm just hoping we can pretend like this all never happened.Player Default: Of course. Consider it forgotten.A2c
6020012ED15Player Default: Of course. Consider it forgotten.{Player and Hancock have reconciled romantically. / Happy} You don't know how happy that makes me. I've done some boneheaded things, but breaking it off with you, that's up there.Hancock: But look, I really hate to say this, but... just don't make me go through this again, alright?A1a
6030012ED14Player Default: They always come crawling back.{Player and Hancock have reconciled romantically. Hancock is happy about it. / Amused} Heh. Catch like you, can you blame 'em?Hancock: But look, I really hate to say this, but... just don't make me go through this again, alright?B1a
6040012ED13Player Default: Like what never happened?{Player and Hancock have reconciled romantically. Hancock is happy about it. / Amused} See, exactly what I ask for. I knew there was a reason I was still here.Hancock: But look, I really hate to say this, but... just don't make me go through this again, alright?X1a
6050012ED12Player Default: You'll really take me back?{Player and Hancock have reconciled romantically. Hancock is happy about it. / Happy} I wish I'd never had to let you go.Hancock: But look, I really hate to say this, but... just don't make me go through this again, alright?Y1a
606COMHancock_11_InfatuationRepeaterRegular0012CDF2{Speaking to the player in confidence. / Question} Hey, what we discussed earlier. You're going be discreet with that info, right?Player Default: I would never betray your trust like that, Hancock.A
6070012ED0DPlayer Default: I would never betray your trust like that, Hancock.{Happy} And don't think I don't appreciate it.Hancock: You know, I wasn't kidding before, about this being the smartest thing I've ever done.A1a
6080012ED0CPlayer Default: Give me a reason to and I might. Otherwise, we're good.{Amused} Heh, you are one cutthroat bastard. I knew I was here for a reason.Hancock: You know, I wasn't kidding before, about this being the smartest thing I've ever done.B1a
609Player Default: Give me a reason to and I might. Otherwise, we're good.{Amused} Heh, you are one cutthroat gal. I knew I was here for a reason.Hancock: You know, I wasn't kidding before, about this being the smartest thing I've ever done.B2a
6100012ED0BPlayer Default: I would never share something so personal... unless it were really, really funny.{Amused. / Amused} Well, I don't expect either of us is gonna be breakin' the ice at any soirees anytime soon, so I'm probably safe.Hancock: You know, I wasn't kidding before, about this being the smartest thing I've ever done.X1a
6110012ED0APlayer Default: What info are you talking about?{Neutral} You know, the stuff about me running out on the folks in my life. I was just thinking about it and it makes me sound kinda loony.Y1a
612{Joking. / Amused} And folks are already pretty well disposed for thinking I'm nuts, you know, being a politician and all.Y1b
613{Question} So, you're not going to go around blabbing any of that, right?Player Default: I would never betray your trust like that, Hancock.Y1c
6140012ECFAPlayer Default: And don't think I don't appreciate it.{Very warmly. / Happy} You know, I wasn't kidding before, about this being the smartest thing I've ever done.A1a
615{Very warmly. / Happy} This is the life I'd been looking for. Helping the People, with a friend like you.A1b
616COMHancockDismissScene0012CE29Player Default: Suit yourself.{Said with real affection. / Friendly} Guess I'll head back to the homestead. Just... take care of yourself. Don't want you coming back to me missing anything... crucial.A1a
617Player Default: Suit yourself.{Said with real affection. / Friendly} Shame. Been some real fun. Well, you decide you wanna get this crew back together, I'll be at home.A2a
618Player Default: Suit yourself.{Friendly} I'll head home, then. You need someone to watch your back again, you know where to find me.A3a
619Player Default: Suit yourself.{Friendly} Guess I'll head home. Come see me if you decide you wanna take this show on the road again.A4a
620Player Default: Suit yourself.{Neutral} Probably better that way. This wasn't exactly turning out to be my style anyway.A5a
621{Neutral} You straighten yourself out, though, you know where I live.A5b
6220012CDFB{Player and Hancock are parting ways. / Question} So, we calling it quits?Player Default: Just for now.A1a
6230012CDFAPlayer Default: Just for now.{Player is dismissing Hancock. This should be done with a neutral tone, as the next line could be either positive or negative. / Neutral} Suit yourself.Hancock: Guess I'll head back to the homestead. Just... take care of yourself. Don't want you coming back to me missing anything... crucial.A1a
6240012CDF9Player Default: Actually, I changed my mind.{Player has changed his mind about dismissing Hancock. / Confident} Well, then. Let's get back at it.Hancock: Guess I'll head back to the homestead. Just... take care of yourself. Don't want you coming back to me missing anything... crucial.B1a
6250012CDF8Player Default: Yup.{Neutral} If that's what you want.Hancock: Guess I'll head back to the homestead. Just... take care of yourself. Don't want you coming back to me missing anything... crucial.X1a
6260012CDF7Player Default: You think we ought to keep going together?{Neutral} It's your call, brother. So, this it?Player Default: Just for now.Y1a
627Player Default: You think we ought to keep going together?{Neutral} It's your call, sister. So, this it?Player Default: Just for now.Y2a
628COMHancockMurderScene0012CDF2{Angry. Hancock watched the player kill someone. / Stern} Hold up. You and me, we got some things to discuss.Player Default: Sure, let's talk.A
629{Angry. Hancock watched the player kill someone. / Stern} What? We not talking? Because we need to.Player Default: Sure, let's talk.A
630001A8C21Player Default: You honestly going to act like nothing happened?{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} Look, I'm not going to pretend I've got the cleanest hands, but I'm not about to stand by while you take the lives of people that didn't earn it.A1a
631{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} So I'm only gonna say this once. You need to start putting the right people in your crosshairs or else you and I are gonna have a problem.Player Default: I messed up. I'm sorry. This will never happen again.A1b
6320012EDE1Player Default: Sure, let's talk.{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Irritated} You honestly going to act like nothing happened?Hancock: Look, I'm not going to pretend I've got the cleanest hands, but I'm not about to stand by while you take the lives of people that didn't earn it.A1a
6330012EDE0Player Default: Can we talk about this some other time?{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Irritated} Fine. But I ain't letting this go.Hancock: Look, I'm not going to pretend I've got the cleanest hands, but I'm not about to stand by while you take the lives of people that didn't earn it.B1a
6340012EDDEPlayer Default: Is something wrong?{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} You're kidding me, right?Hancock: Look, I'm not going to pretend I've got the cleanest hands, but I'm not about to stand by while you take the lives of people that didn't earn it.Y1a
6350012EDD7Player Default: I messed up. I'm sorry. This will never happen again.{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} You see that it doesn't. I don't run with murderers.A1a
6360012EDD6Player Default: You're not in charge, Hancock. I make the decisions around here.{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} Well then maybe it's time you decide how much longer you want me around? Because this happens again, you and me are done.B1a
6370012EDD5Player Default: Look, I can't make any promises. Who knows what kind of a situation we mind find ourselves in.{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} There's no situation where taking an innocent life becomes right. But I didn't expect I'd have to explain that to you.X1a
6380012EDD4Player Default: Are you serious? The first time we met, you killed a man right in front of me.{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} Because I thought I was trying to protect some doe-eyed Vault Dweller from getting taken for everything they had.Y1a
639{Angry at the player for having executed someone. / Stern} I guess if I had just let him, he'd probably have ended up the same.Player Default: I messed up. I'm sorry. This will never happen again.Y1b
640COMHancockPickUpScene0012CDF2{Question} Look who it is... we heading out again?Player Default: Let's do it.A
641{Question} So, you ready to get this show on the road?Player Default: Let's do it.A
6420021748EHancock: Pleasure, Codsworth. Keep it real.{Talking to a dog. / Neutral} Sorry, pooch. Stay.A1a
6430012EDCEPlayer Default: Let's do it.{Neutral} Done.Companion: It's an honor, sir, to know that the beloved mayor of Goodneighbor is taking my place.A1a
6440012EDCDPlayer Default: Not now.{Neutral} Suit yourself.Companion: It's an honor, sir, to know that the beloved mayor of Goodneighbor is taking my place.B1a
6450012EDCCPlayer Default: Just wanted to trade a few things.{Neutral} Yeah, course.Companion: It's an honor, sir, to know that the beloved mayor of Goodneighbor is taking my place.X1a
6460012EDCBPlayer Default: You still interested in traveling together?{Very happy to be speaking to the person he's speaking with. / Friendly} You even gotta ask that? Damn right I am.Player Default: Let's do it.Y1a
647Player Default: You still interested in traveling together?{Pleased to be speaking to the person he's speaking with. / Friendly} Be real nice to get the crew back together.Player Default: Let's do it.Y2a
648Player Default: You still interested in traveling together?{Pleased to be speaking to the person he's speaking with. / Friendly} I think I could do with some more trouble in my life.Player Default: Let's do it.Y3a
649Player Default: You still interested in traveling together?{Not thrilled to be talking to the person he's speaking to. / Irritated} Dunno. You sorted yourself out since last time we traveled together?Player Default: Let's do it.Y4a
6500012EDC5Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Friendly and appreciative - Codsworth game him a compliment. / Friendly} Pleasure, Codsworth. Keep it real.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A1a
651Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Playfully. / Amused} Come on, Nick. You know I don't make promises I won't keep.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A2a
652Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Flirting with the person he's speaking to. / Flirting} I'll be countin' the days.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A3a
653Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} Hey, MacCready. Don't wait up.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A4a
654Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Someone has said something rude to him about him being a Ghoul. Hancock plays it cool. / Irritated} Don't flatter yourself, crew cut. You ain't my type.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A5a
655Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} What? You jealous?Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A6a
656Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} Guess you Mutants do have some sense, don't ya?Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A7a
657Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} You just love me for my body, baby. Happens all the time.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A8a
658Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Amused} Safe? Where the hell's the fun in that?Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A9a
659Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Flirting} Well, well. The reporter. Sorry, darling. I ain't got time for an exclusive today.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A10a
660Dogmeat: (sad whimper){Cocky, assured / Flirting} Hey, it's me we're talking about. I got this, brother.Hancock: Sorry, pooch. Stay.A11a
661-001D286F{Watching the player eat a corpse. You're a little grossed out, but trying not to judge. / Neutral} At least you had the politeness to wait till they're dead.
662{Watching the player eat a corpse. You're a little grossed out, but trying not to judge. / Neutral} Suppose they're beyond caring at this point.
663{Watching the player eat a corpse. You're a little grossed out, but trying not to judge. / Disgust} You, you do what you gotta.
664{Watching the player eat a corpse. You're a little grossed out, but trying not to judge. / Disgust} That one's, uh, all yours.
665{Watching the player eat a corpse. You're a little grossed out, but trying not to judge. / Disgust} You sure you know where that's been?
666001A62E4{You're unable to reach a location the place has requested. / Neutral} Can't get to that.
667{You're unable to reach a location the place has requested. / Neutral} From where I'm standin', I ain't gettin' there.
668{You're unable to reach a location the place has requested. / Neutral} Not seeing a way to get there.
669{You're unable to reach a location the place has requested. / Neutral} That's outta my reach, brother.
670{You're unable to reach a location the place has requested. / Neutral} That's outta my reach, sister.
6710016DA0F{Player just woke up next to Hancock. They are in love. / Happy} Morning sunshine.
672{Player just woke up next to Hancock. They are in love. / Flirting} Don't mind me. Just admiring the view.
673{Player just woke up next to Hancock. They are in love. / Irritated} Ugh. You see the brand on the Brahmin that stamped my head last night?
674{Player just woke up next to Hancock. They are in love. / Happy} Up and at 'em.
675{Player just woke up next to Hancock. They are in love. / Happy} Well, look at you. I must still be dreamin'...
6760016DA0E{Walking through a recently abandoned space. / Neutral} Looks like we just missed... whoever was here.
677{Neutral} Getting the feeling this place wasn't abandoned by choice.
678{Neutral} This neighborhood sure got vacated recently.
679{Neutral} Must've been one hell of an exodus of out this place.
680{Question} Where you think everyone went?
6810016DA0D{Irritated} You know, when the hell are they gonna turn that thing off?
682{Irritated} Christ, it's bright in here. Clearly they didn't consider some folks might be nursing hangovers.
683{Neutral} God. Can you even see with the wattage that thing's putting out?
6840016DA0C{Neutral} Someone's got way too much time on their hands if they can get a place this clean.
685{Walking into a very clean area. / Neutral} Damn. Ain't this place orderly. Guess I should've wiped my feet before I came in, huh?
686{Neutral} Whatever robot they're paying to tidy this place, it ain't enough.
687{Neutral} Don't think I've ever eaten a meal off something this clean, let alone walked on it.
6880016DA0B{Honestly scared at first, then trying to cover his fear. / Concerned} What was... Hmph. Something, something must've moved.
689{A bit scared. You're walking through a very creepy area. / Concerned} Something ain't right about this place.
690{A little scared, but keeping it together well. / Nervous} Place like this'll give a Deathclaw nightmares.
6910016DA0A{Neutral} Damn. Someone forgot to kick on the generators in here.
692{Walking through a dark area. / Neutral} What I wouldn't give for a flashlight about now.
693{Irritated} Can't see a damn thing.
694{Walking in the dark. / Neutral} Can barely even tell where we're going in here.
6950016DA09{Coughs before saying. / Irritated} No one's been through here in a while...
696{Walking through a dusty area. / Neutral} Doubt this place has ever seen the delicate touch of a Mr. Handy...
697{Walking through a very dusty area. / Neutral} I guess this area ain't regularly part of the tour.
6980016DA08{Walking through an exposed area. / Irritated} Feel like a sittin' duck out here. Can we find some cover?
699{Stern} Hey, if you've got a deathwish, then please, let's stay put. Otherwise, let's find some cover.
700{Calling a sniper like a person calls a pet. / Neutral} Here sniper, sniper.
701{Neutral} Not a great tactical postion, Napoleon.
7020016DA07{Walking past a highly fortified area. / Amused} Someone put in a whole lotta effort to keep out the riff-raff. And yet here we are.
703{Walking past a highly fortified area. / Neutral} No one secures a place like this unless they've got something worth taking.
704{Walking past a highly fortified area. / Neutral} Looks like they dug in deep here.
705{Walking past a highly fortified area. / Neutral} Heh. Well, someone sure wanted to keep out trespassers.
7060016DA06{Neutral} When they pick a theme, they stick to it. I'll give them that.
707{Walking through an extremely gory area. / Disgust} Looks like someone dropped a bomb in a butcher shop in here.
708{Neutral} Not sure what happened here, but I'm hoping they're not planning a repeat performance.
709{Neutral} Saw a Mole Rat that looked kinda like this once. Someone'd strapped a bomb to it.
710{Neutral} This ain't exactly scenic.
7110016DA05{Walking through a filthy space. / Neutral} Ugh. Some places you just wish they'd nuked harder.
712{Walking through a filthy space. / Neutral} This place could use a once over with some kerosene and a match.
713{Walking through a filthy space. / Neutral} Hope you're not planning on settling in.
714{Walking though a disgusting area. / Neutral} I imagine this is what Radroach heaven looks like.
7150016DA04{Staring at some impressive tech. / Neutral} Huh. Fancy set-up.
716{Staring at some impressive tech. / Question} You know what any of this stuff is for?
717{Staring at some impressive tech. / Impressed} Damn. Lot of learnin' went into putting together a place like this.
718{Staring at some impressive tech. / Impressed} Fancy gadgets like these gotta be worth something, right?
7190016DA03{Yelling over the noise. / Irritated} You say something?
720{Yelling over the noise. / Irritated} Can't hear a god damn thing in here.
721{Yelling over the noise. / Irritated} You know what I'm looking forward to doing again someday? Hearing.
7220016DA02{Walking through a messy area. / Disgust} Place'd give a cleaning bot a heart attack.
723{Walking through a very messy area. / Amused} Seen blast craters in better shape than this place.
724{Walking through a very messy area. / Neutral} Like a grenade went off in here.
725{Walking through a very messy area. / Amused} Hope you're not looking for something specific in here.
7260016DA01{Passing through a pleasant area. / Concerned} Any place this nice is hiding something.
727{Passing through a pleasant area. / Puzzled} Are you seeing this? Nowhere in the Commonwealth is this nice.
728{Passing through a pleasant area. / Neutral} Well ain't this a rare treat.
729{Overwhelmed by beauty. / Question} What is this place?
730{Passing through a pleasant area. / Question} This what things looked like before the bombs?
7310016DA00{Passing through a quiet area. / Nervous} It's way too quiet in here.
732{Passing through a quiet area. / Nervous} Too quiet for my liking. Starting to hear myself think.
733{Passing through a quiet area. / Question} You hear that? Me neither.
734{Passing through a quiet area. / Nervous} When the hell'd it get so quiet?
735{Passing through a quiet area. / Nervous} Stay sharp. This kinda quiet ain't natural in my experience.
7360016D9FF{Repulsed. / Disgust} Oh god. What died in here?
737{Repulsed. / Disgust} Tell me that smell's not you. Cause, otherwise, you need to see a doctor.
738{Sniffs air before saying line. / Disgust} Well, that was a mistake.
7390016D9FE{Entering a safe area. / Neutral} Cozy.
740{Entering a safe area. / Neutral} A few more shooters of Jet and this place'd feel just like home.
741{Entering a safe area. / Neutral} Sure built themselves a nice little life here, didn't they?
742{Entering a safe area. / Neutral} If you're looking to hit the sack, this'd be the place to do it.
743{Entering a safe area. / Neutral} Not a bad set up.
7440016D9FD{Walking through a water-logged area. / Disgust} Really hope this is water.
745{Walking through a water-logged area. / Neutral} I wouldn't drink any of this.
746{Walking through a water-logged area. / Stern} If the outfit gets stained in here, you're getting the bill.
747{Walking through a water-logged area. / Neutral} Hadn't been plannin' on takin' a bath today.
7480012ED7B{Impressed by what you just saw. / Impressed} Well, well.
749{Very impressed by what you just saw. / Impressed} Now that was a thing to watch.
750{Confused. / Puzzled} Wait... what?
751{Disapproving. / Neutral} Bad move.
752{Disapproving. / Neutral} The hell was that?
753{Extremely impressed. Draw this out. / Impressed} Nice.
754{Disapproving of what you just saw. / Neutral} Shouldn't have done that.
755{Approving of what you just saw. / Impressed} Not too shabby.
756{A withheld threat. / Stern} I'm gonna let that slide. This time.
757{Agreeing. / Neutral} Deal.
758{Agreeing. / Neutral} Yup.
759{Agreeing. Friendly, not dismissive. / Neutral} Yeah, yeah.
760{Refusing. / Neutral} Nope.
761{Refusing. / Neutral} No.
762{Refusing. / Neutral} Ain't happening.
763{Giving an item. A little wry. / Amused} Have fun with that.
764{Giving an item. / Neutral} Take it.
765{Taking an item. / Neutral} It's in good hands.
766{Taking an item. / Neutral} Thanks.
7670012608D{Neutral} Well, that was boring...
768{Stern} You're gonna just let 'em walk? Thought you were smarter than that.
769{Pleading} Come on, just kill 'em. Live a little.
770{Stern} All smiles, huh? Doesn't mean nothin' if the other guy's not afraid of ya...
771{Irritated} Look, unless this is all part of some master plan to kill 'em later, this ain't my speed.
7720012608B{Stern} Friendly advice: no one ever got turned on by a tightwad.
773{Stern} Would it kill you to give a little? Come on.
774{Stern} Hey, when the People ask for handouts, you give it to them. That's what being on top is all about.
775{Stern} Damn, brother. Unclench, why don't ya?
776{Stern} Damn, sister. Unclench, why don't ya?
777{Question} Look, you gotta give to get, feel me? Loosen up.
7780012608A{Friendly} Damn straight. Gut or be gutted.
779{Amused} One more for the body count. Still far from my own, personal best, but don't let that bring you down.
780{Stern} Smart. Sometimes you just gotta murder a guy.
781{Amused} Ah. I've missed this. Killing in Goodneighbor was all politics, but this? Pure fun.
782{Amused} Well, I'd say they've learned their lesson, but they're dead... Hehehe...
7830012607F{Jocular. The player has just climbed into a massive robotic suit of armor. / Amused} Alright. Now we're talkin'.
784{The player has just climbed into a massive robotic suit of armor. / Amused} Now that looks good on you.
785{Jokingly. The player has just climbed into a massive robotic suit of armor. / Amused} Maybe now you'll finally be able to keep up.
7860012607E{Honestly excited. Player and Hancock have just entered a Vertibird. / Neutral} Now this is a rush.
787{Player and Hancock have just entered a Vertibird. / Amused} Back on top.
788{Player and Hancock have just entered a Vertibird. / Neutral} Let's get this caravan moving.
7890012607D{Player just hacked a computer terminal. / Neutral} Guess they should've picked a better password.
790{Honestly enthused. Player just hacked a computer terminal. / Question} Hey, does that play "Red Menace?" Love that damn game.
791{Player just hacked a computer terminal. / Neutral} You got a real way with machines.
792{Player just hacked a computer terminal. / Neutral} Lemme guess. One, two, three, four, right? Sad how often that works.
793{Player just hacked a computer terminal. / Neutral} That's one way to do it. Always preferred kicking 'em, myself.
7940012607C{Player just healed Hancock. / SinisterSmile} Back at 'em.
795{Player just healed Hancock. / Amused} That's the stuff.
796{Player just healed Hancock. / Grateful} Thanks.
797{Player just healed Hancock. / Grateful} Appreciate it.
798{Player just healed Hancock. / Grateful} Feelin' better already.
7990012607B{Player just healed his dog. / Neutral} That's a tough little beast.
800{Player just healed his dog. / Neutral} Can't keep a good dog down.
801{Player just healed his dog. / Friendly} Right as rads, little guy.
8020012607A{Player just jumped from a high location. / Question} You get that out of your system?
803{Player just jumped from a high location. / Neutral} You have some serious thrill issues.
804{Player just jumped from a high location. / Concerned} Damn. You alright? Anything broken?
8050012606F{The player has just taken serious damage to his head. / Concerned} Not going to last if you keep using your head as a catcher's mitt.
806{The player has just taken serious damage to his head. / Concerned} You okay? You seeing lights?
807{The player has just taken serious damage to his head. / Concerned} Still with me? You're gonna wanna take care of that. Quick.
8080012606E{The player has just taken serious damage to his leg. / Concerned} Don't think a leg's supposed to bend that way.
809{The player has just taken serious damage to his leg. / Concerned} Take it slow. Don't put too much weight on that leg.
810{The player has just taken serious damage to his leg. Rerecord. Should be more serious in tone. / Concerned} You're going to want to tend to that leg.
8110012606D{Player is carrying too much weight. / Neutral} There are faster ways to cripple yourself than trying to lug all that.
812{Player is carrying too much weight. Honest question, not judging? / Question} There anything you can toss?
813{Player is carrying too much weight. Honest question, not judging? / Neutral} Might be time to part with some of those gains.
814{Player is carrying too much weight. / Neutral} Here. That's too much. Give something here.
8150012606C{Warning player. / Concerned} Hey. Rads over here. Not for the softskinned.
816{There is intense radiation nearby, but Hancock is cracking a joke, implying that the world isn't ready for two folks as pretty as he is. / Amused} Watch your step over here. Might end up looking like me.
817{Significant radiation in the area. / Happy} Mmm. All the rads a Ghoul could ask for.
818{Significant radiation in the area. / Happy} We're suckin' down a lotta rads in this place.
819{Significant radiation in the area. / Happy} You're gonna pick up a serious glow stickin' around here.
8200012606B{Player has suffered radiation poisoning. / Concerned} You feeling alright? Cause you look awful.
821{Player has suffered radiation poisoning. / Neutral} Startin' to look a little Ghoulish. It's not half bad.
822{Player has suffered radiation poisoning.} You got any RadAway? Use it.
8230012606A{Player is reading a book. / Neutral} Sharp minds stay alive.
824{Player is reading a book. / Neutral} Guns and Bullets. Only mag for me.
825{Player is reading a book. / Amused} Ghoul's best friend tends to be a book. No one else usually talks to us. Never a problem I've had myself.
826{Player is reading a book. / Amused} That one any good?
8270012605F{InPain} I-I just need... some stims...
828{Mocking enemy through the pain / InPain} Is that... it?
829{Getting scared. / InPain} Is that my blood?
8300012605D{Passing away during the line / InPain} One... last... trip...
8310012605C{Taking damage. / InPain} Agh!
832{Taking damage. / InPain} Ugh!
833{Taking damage. Enraged from the pain. / InPain} Asshole.
834{Taking damage. / InPain} Oof!
835{Taking damage. / InPain} Rargh!
836{Taking damage. / InPain} Ergh!
837{Taking damage. Mocking enemy through the pain. / InPain} That all ya got?
838{Taking damage. Enraged through pain / InPain} Next one better kill me!
8390012605B{Angry} Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
840{Angry} Nnyyyaarrgghh!
841{Angry} Yyyaaaarrgghh!
8420012605A{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Stern} They're going to carry you out of here.
843{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Stern} Not long now.
844{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Amused} Come on. At least try.
845{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Stern} Won't recognize you when I'm done.
846{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Stern} You're gonna wish this was a nightmare.
847{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Amused} Done in by the best. Lucky you.
848{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Amused} One more for the boneyard.
849{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Angry} Oh, I'm feral now!
850{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Amused} You the only one dumb enough to try us?
851{Taunting an opponent during combat. / Amused} Awful brave but real stupid.
8520012604F{Defeated an enemy in combat. Not happy about having to kill another Ghoul. / Neutral} Poor bastards.
853{Defeated an enemy in combat. Not happy about having to kill another Ghoul. / Neutral} Poor bastard.
854{Defeated an enemy in combat. Not happy about having to kill another Ghoul. / Neutral} Hate to put down a fellow Ghoul.
855{Defeated an enemy in combat. Not happy about having to kill another Ghoul. / Neutral} Shame. There were some lookers in that group.
856{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Amused} Is that it?
857{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Amused} Well, they tried... I guess you could call that tryin'.
858{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Amused} Dug their own graves.
859{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Amused} Not your day.
860{Defeated an enemy in combat. Addressing the player. / Question} You see anymore?
861{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Stern} Not going to bother us again.
862{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Neutral} Whew. Could use some Jet after that.
863{Defeated an enemy in combat. Addressing the player. / Friendly} Handled yourself pretty well, brother.
864{Defeated an enemy in combat. Addressing the player. / Friendly} Handled yourself pretty well, sister.
865{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Stern} Who's next?
866{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Stern} What? That it?
867{Defeated an enemy in combat. / Neutral} All right, let's get eatin'. Kidding, kidding...
8680012604E{Just found an opponent who had hidden from him. / Amused} Well what have we here...
869{Just found an opponent who had hidden from him. / Amused} This one's got a death wish.
870{Just found an opponent who had hidden from him. / Amused} Back for more?
871{Just found an opponent who had hidden from him. / Stern} Should've stayed gone.
872{Just found an opponent who had hidden from him. / Amused} Found ya!
8730012604D{An enemy seems to have fled. / Question} They run? Heh. Smart move.
874{An enemy seems to have fled. / Neutral} Cowards.
875{An enemy seems to have fled. / Amused} Scared 'em off, huh?
876{An enemy seems to have fled. Addressing the player. / Concerned} I don't see 'em. You?
877{An enemy seems to have fled. / Amused} Here I thought we were having fun.
8780012604C{Thought he detected an enemy. / Question} You hear something?
879{Thought he detected an enemy. / Question} You saw that, right? I ain't losin' it?
880{Thought he detected an enemy. / Conspiratorial} Hey. I got something.
881{Thought he detected an enemy. / Conspiratorial} We ain't alone.
882{Thought he detected an enemy. / Concerned} Something's comin'. Ready up.
8830012604B{Entering combat. / Amused} Big targets, little brains.
884{Entering combat. / Stern} Let's dance, rust bucket.
885{Entering combat. / Stern} Detect this.
886{Entering combat. / Amused} You're dead.
887{Entering combat. / Amused} Your funeral.
888{Entering combat. / Neutral} Now it gets fun.
889{Entering combat. / Stern} So long.
890{Entering combat. / Neutral} Bad move.
891{Entering combat. / Amused} Could use a little practice.
892{Entering combat. / Stern} Show us what ya got.
893{Entering combat. / Amused} Guess this is good bye.
894{Entering combat. / Stern} We'll bury ya!
895{Entering combat. / Stern} Brought this on yourself.
896{Entering combat against Bloatflies. / Irritated} Damn gnats.
897{Entering combat against Bloatflies. / Amused} Pest control.
898{Entering combat. / Surprised} Assaultron! Get behind something!
899{Initially flirtatious, but becoming scared. / Flirting} Hey there beautifi... oh shit! Assaultron!
900{Entering combat. / Irritated} Damn bloodsuckers.
901{Entering combat. / Irritated} I don't wanna exterminate a lotta species...
902{Entering combat. / Concerned} Shit. Here comes trouble.
903{Entering combat. / Stern} If you were saving any explosives, now'd be the time.
904{Entering combat against a robot with a radio in it. / Stern} Going off the air.
905{Entering combat. / Amused} They even built 'em to look like targets.
906{Engaging in combat with a Feral Ghoul. / Apologetic} Sorry, pal.
907{A tad remorseful. / Neutral} Had to be Ferals.
908{Entering combat against a wimpy opponent. / Amused} Well, ain't that cute. It wants to dance.
909{Entering combat. / Neutral} This bot's got a bad attitude.
910{Entering combat. / Irritated} Come on, handsome. Show me that face.
911{Entering combat. / Stern} Aim for the eyes!
912{Entering combat. / Neutral} So long, your Majesty.
913{Entering combat. / Stern} I'm your king now!
914{Entering combat. / Amused} Only room for one skinless freak 'round here.
915{Entering combat. / Amused} Hey, dinner delivered itself.
916{Entering combat. / Irritated} Who let you out of your tube?
917{Entering combat. / Neutral} Pop their power source, they drop like flies.
918{Entering combat. / Amused} Oh no. We ain't your dinner yet.
919{Entering combat. / Irritated} Lousy bugs.
920{Entering combat. / Neutral} Wouldn't let that sting you. Not even recreationally.
921{Entering combat. / Stern} That is one mad bug.
922{Entering combat. / Amused} Radstag stew, coming up.
923{Entering combat. / Neutral} Damn. Where's a pulse grenade when you need it?
924{Entering combat. / Amused} That's a lot of bot.
925{Entering combat. / Neutral} So long, Stingwing.
926{Entering combat. / Neutral} That thing stings you, no one's having a good time.
927{Entering combat. / Neutral} Now that's a whole lot of ugly.
928{Entering combat. / Amused} Always loved a challenge.
929{Entering combat. / Stern} Take this, you ugly bastard.
930{Entering combat.} Freak to freak, you're done for.
931{Entering combat. / Amused} So long, big guy.
932{Entering combat. / Neutral} Hey. Watch it. Turrets.
933{Entering combat against a mounted turret. / Stern} Tear you down myself.
934{Entering combat. / Stern} Mongrels.
935{Entering combat. / Stern} Come here, ya mutt.
936{Entering combat. / Stern} Guess this furball doesn't wanna be friends.
937{Entering combat. / Stern} Watch it. Yao Guai hit hard.
9380012604A{Just lost track of an enemy. / Angry} The hell did they go?
939{Just lost track of an enemy. / Stern} I didn't say we were finished.
940{Just lost track of an enemy. / Concerned} You see 'em anywhere?
941{Just lost track of an enemy. / Stern} Come out here so we can gut ya.
942{Just lost track of an enemy. / Stern} I'd do the same if I was in as much trouble as you.
943000D11AD{You're in the middle of an emotional conversation with the player and they suddenly stopped talking. / Question} Did I say something wrong?
944{You're in the middle of an emotional conversation with the player and they suddenly stopped talking. / Question} You wanna talk? Makin' me a little nervous over here.
945{You're in the middle of an emotional conversation with the player and they suddenly stopped talking. / Question} Uh, you all right?
946{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Question} Anybody in there?
947{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Question} You check out on me?
948{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Question} What gives? I thought we were talkin'?
949{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Question} Did your chems just kick in or something?
950{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Question} Like talking to a brick wall sometimes...
951{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Neutral} Lights are on but no one's home...
952{The player has suddenly stopped talking in the middle of your conversation. / Neutral} What? Mole Rat got your tongue?
95300126092{Really not happy to see the person he's talking to. / Irritated} What? You can't take a hint? Get lost.
954{Really not happy to see the person he's talking to. This is an out-and-out threat. / Irritated} You come to try your luck? Make a move.
955{Really not happy to see the person he's talking to. / Irritated} Don't care what you have to say. Answer's no.
956{Really not happy to see the person he's talking to. / Irritated} How 'bout you bother someone else.
957{Really not happy to see the person he's talking to. / Irritated} You had your chance. And you blew it.
958{Giving the player a drug. / Friendly} Here.
959{In love with the person he's speaking to. / Happy} Anything you need.
960{In love with the person he's speaking to. / Question} Miss me? Course ya did.
961{In love with the person he's speaking to. / Question} Couldn't stay away? I know the feelin'.
962{In love with the person he's speaking to. / Happy} And my day just got better.
963{In love with the person he's speaking to. / Happy} Whatever it is, I'm in.
964{Really likes the person he's speaking to. / Question} Something I can do?
965{Really likes the person he's speaking to. / Friendly} Ready when you are.
966{Really likes the person he's speaking to. / Question} You name it.
967{Really likes the person he's speaking to. / Question} Whatcha got, friend?
968{Really likes the person he's speaking to. Just a little flirty. / Amused} You got my undivided attention.
969{Neutral} I'm listening.
970{Neutral} Go ahead.
971{Question} What's the word?
972{Neutral} Hey.
973{Question} Something up?
974{Not please to see the person he's speaking to. / Stern} Make it quick, huh?
975{Not please to see the person he's speaking to. / Irritated} You again?
976{Not please to see the person he's speaking to. / Irritated} You gotta bother me about this?
977{Begrudgingly tolerating the player. / Irritated} What?
978{Not please to see the person he's speaking to. / Irritated} Something else? Really?
979{Talking to someone he considers his best friend. / Happy} Here comes my kinda trouble.
980{Talking to someone he considers his best friend. / Happy} Say the word.
981{Talking to someone he considers his best friend. / Question} Where's this party heading?
982{Talking to someone he considers his best friend. / Question} What's the plan, killer?
983{Talking to someone he considers his best friend. / Friendly} Whatever you need.
98400126091{Staring out over a giant blast crater. / Neutral} Ground zero.
985{Neutral} I get the Goodneighbor lifestyle ain't for everyone, but it beats the alternatives.
986{Neutral} Folks in a place like Diamond City wouldn't give a Ghoul the time of day.
987{Walking through a Brotherhood of Steel facility. / Stern} Brotherhood ain't real fond of Ghouls. Course, the feeling's mutual.
988{Walking through a Brotherhood of Steel facility. / Stern} Ghouls, synths, Super Mutants. Brotherhood had its way, they'd put us all down.
989{Nonchalant. / Stern} Brotherhood sure likes bossing folks around.
990{Amused} Lotta fancy weaponry around here. I don't think they'd miss one.
991{Neutral} Brotherhoods usually have more rituals and funnier hats than I'm up for.
992{Stern} Only people the Brotherhood ends up helping are themselves.
993{Question} Bugs this big where you come from?
994{Commenting on some bugs. / Irritated} Like little machines that just breed and eat... come to think of it that don't sound half bad.
995{Neutral} I've seen these things lay their eggs in a sick Deathclaw. Never felt bad for a Deathclaw before.
996{Neutral} Nothing should have that many legs.
997{Commenting on some bugs he and the player are passing by. Give a decent pause before "what?" / Neutral} Never guess it by looking at 'em but these little buggers are tastier than they look.
998{Neutral} You know I like rads, too, but you don't see me killin' folks over 'em.
999{Amused} Never was one for cults myself. Too organized for my taste.
1000{Neutral} The Children of Atom tried to recruit folks from Goodneighbor once. And only once.
1001{Amused} Hmm. Nice area, plenty of rads. If it weren't for the nut jobs, this'd be my kinda place.
1002{Concerned} I'd keep your RadAway handy round these folks.
1003{Question} So, what do you think it'd take to train these things to just eat Super Mutants?
1004{Neutral} No matter how many of these I take down, they still give me the chills.
1005{Neutral} Always found goin' after a Deathclaw's legs made 'em easier to take out... or at least outrun.
1006{Amused} You ever had Deathclaw steak? Nothing tastier than a meal that tries to eat you first.
1007{Neutral} Deathclaw broke into Goodneighbor once. Thought I'd wandered into a butcher shop.
1008{Question} Ghouls, huh? You lookin' to fix me up?
1009{Neutral} Least Raiders and Mutants have the politeness to know when to die.
1010{Neutral} Ferals sure make it easy to forget they were ever people.
1011{Amused} Lotta good lookin' faces around here. You gonna introduce me?
1012{Question} Wonder how close I came to going feral. Or maybe I did?
1013{Neutral} Gunners. All firepower, no finesse.
1014{Neutral} Always thought those letters on their foreheads was how much of the alphabet they'd learned.
1015{Neutral} I'll give 'em this, fightin' Gunners is rarely dull.
1016{Neutral} Not a lot of folks make me question Goodneighbor's open door policy. But Gunners...
1017{Neutral} These guys have some serious weaponry. Lots of caps to be made from a Gunner camp.
1018{Neutral} You know what Mirelurk shell doesn't protect against? Mines.
1019{Neutral} Folks'll pay good money for 'lurk meat. Never a fan myself.
1020{Neutral} Everywhere there's water, there's damn 'lurks.
1021{Neutral} Keep an eye out for burrows. Mirelurks like their meals surprised.
1022{Straightforward, changing to "I have seen some shit." / Neutral} I saw a Mirelurk spawning once. Can't eat shellfish to this day.
1023{Neutral} Mole Rats. About as dangerous as they are pretty.
1024{Neutral} Watch your ankles around these things.
1025{Neutral} Keep an eye on the ground. Little bastards like to burrow.
1026{Amused} Nearly lost some fingers to a Mole Rat once. They do not like to spoon.
1027{Ribbing the player. / Amused} Pretty sure even you could handle these things on your own.
1028{Neutral} Gotta be a rough life. Ya don't see many old Raiders.
1029{Puzzled} They think those outfits make them look tough? Looks to me like they got dressed in the dark.
1030{Neutral} Damn scavengers.
1031{Neutral} Most Raiders got more guts than brains. Don't keep either for long.
1032{Neutral} Desperate folks making bad decisions.
1033{Neutral} Usually some decent caps to be made from scrapped bots.
1034{Puzzled} Never did understand how these buckets survived the apocalypse.
1035{Neutral} Aren't the most cunning foes, but robots sure can knock the stuffing out of ya.
1036{Irritated} Battery-operated nuisances, ya ask me.
1037{Irritated} Think I prefer these bots when they're servin' drinks.
1038{Amused} Guess we can't all win out in the looks department, now can we?
1039{Neutral} I'd be mad too if I was that ugly.
1040{Question} Can you imagine what the Commonwealth would look like if these things had any brains?
1041{Stern} Super Mutants are brutal bastards. Rather eat my own gun than get captured by them.
1042{Stern} I heard someone made Super Mutants in a lab and released them into the wastes. I'd like to hurt that person.
1043{Neutral} You ever wonder if maybe you're a synth and don't know it? I got a lot of time I can't account for...
1044{Stern} If the Institute has its way, they'll replace us all with these damn things.
1045{Amused} Institute gives its lackeys some fun toys.
1046{Question} These things are the future? So far, not impressed.
1047{Stern} Awful lot of effort to build something that dies just like a person.
1048{Question} You think any of the wrecks around here still fly?
1049{Walking through an airport. / Neutral} You see any luggage about? Someone had to be smuggling something fun.
1050{Walking through an airport. / Puzzled} Airport's just one big scrapyard now.
1051{Neutral} Must've been nice. Being able to hop on a plane, get away from it all. Huh. You think that's why they call the drug Jet?
1052{Stern} This place got hit hard.
1053{Neutral} What kind of a monster would let this happen to beer?
1054{Walking through a ruined brewery. You're jokingly upset. / Neutral} Hate to see mind-altering substances go to waste like this.
1055{Neutral} Probably not even worth selling most of the stuff that's left.
1056{Question} I wonder what this stuff tasted like when it was fresh? Now it just tastes like piss.
1057{Question} What do you think it would take to get this place running again?
1058{Neutral} Stay sharp. Anything living in here probably didn't move in to make friends.
1059{Stern} Still rather be free in a place like this than some Overseer's plaything in one of those Vaults.
1060{Neutral} Places all start to look the same after a while. Glad at least one of us brought a map.
1061{Amused} Dark, dank, filthy. Kinda reminds me of home, now that I think about it.
1062{Walking through a cave. / Amused} Was always told I'd hit rock bottom. Not sure this is what they meant.
1063{Neutral} Might be a good place to catch some shut eye.
1064{Neutral} Wonder what folks were up to way out here...
1065{Neutral} Not a bad set up.
1066{Amused} Probably couldn't hurt to take a look around, see if they got anything to spare.
1067{Neutral} Only two types of people who'd set up way out here - folks running from something or plotting something.
1068{Walking through an abandoned factory. / Neutral} And this is where old electronics go to die...
1069{Neutral} Bet there's still some decent materials in here. Might be worth going over.
1070{Question} The hell's all this stuff do anyway?
1071{Neutral} What'd they make here? Garbage?
1072{Neutral} Got to be a stash of chems in here somewhere.
1073{Neutral} If you're in need of meds, this would be the place to find 'em.
1074{Neutral} Guess this is where you came when you couldn't just fix it with a Stim, huh?
1075{Question} How we doin' on Stims? Now's probably a good time to stock up.
1076{Question} How long you think this place kept going after the bombs hit? Must've been a madhouse.
1077{Addressing the player. / Question} You have any idea what all this junk was used for?
1078{Question} You think this place made the fun chemicals or the "kill you" chemicals?
1079{Amused} Science was never my strong suit. Always considered myself the looks of this operation.
1080{Neutral} Bet this stuff was worth some decent caps at some point.
1081{Question} Now what were you boys working on?
1082{Sniffs air between "bad" and "other." / Neutral} This place ain't half bad... other than the smell.
1083{Cautious. / Nervous} Seems like a great place to get the drop on someone...
1084{Neutral} Heard stories of folks getting lost in these tunnels, never coming out again... you know where we're goin', right?
1085{Neutral} Watch for Ferals. All sorts of hiding spots in these places.
1086{Disgust} All this so people could go sit in an office all day. The end of the world probably couldn't come fast enough.
1087{Joking, but actually excited to be in this place. / Amused} You finally take me someplace nice.
1088{Neutral} Now, what's still here worth nabbing?
1089{Neutral} Military hardware, free to a good home. Slightly irradiated, only used once.
1090{Walking through an old military facility. / Neutral} These military types loved their fancy killin' machines. Give me the classics.
1091{Neutral} All these unused toys because everyone had to go and fry one another.
1092{Neutral} All the havoc this thing's seen, can't believe it looks as good as it does.
1093{Looking at a ruined monument. / Neutral} Little glue, some duct tape. Think we could fix this right up.
1094{Looking at an old monument. / Puzzled} Explain to me the point of this place again?
1095{Pleading} Maybe we could go loot a military base, or a chem lab, or a public toilet, really anything else.
1096{Amused} I bet these people saw the bombs coming and thought, "Finally."
1097{Question} Folks drank soda in these places, right? There's gotta be some caps around.
1098{Neutral} Probably chems in here somewhere. I know I couldn't handle a place like this sober.
1099{Question} How many folks you think died at their desks? That's no way to go.
1100{Nervous} Lot of open space. Real easy place to get picked off.
1101{Somewhat nervous. / Neutral} Nothing like the eerie tranquility of the great outdoors.
1102{Question} People came to these places to relax? Guess they had fewer snipers back then.
1103{Question} Are we looking for something or did you just want to take a handsome Ghoul on a stroll?
1104{Neutral} Place was probably nice once. Shame.
1105{Looking into a quarry. / Neutral} Must've been a hell of a sight to watch them rip all this out of the ground.
1106{Question} You lookin' to take up rock collecting?
1107{Neutral} Takes a lot of machinery to make a dent this big. Probably some decent salvage around.
1108{Stern} You make one "getting stoned" joke, and I'll do you in myself. I got no patience for lazy humor.
1109{Neutral} Well, this ain't the ugliest place I've visited, that's for sure.
1110{Concerned} Lot of real estate to watch. Eyes up.
1111{Neutral} Probably made real comfy lives for themselves out here.
1112{Neutral} Small town livin'. Quiet. Tranquil... no wonder you can find so many chems in places like these.
1113{Neutral} If there's still anything worth nabbing around here, it's going to be in the houses.
1114{Walking through the ruins of a burned out town. / Amused} Well, ain't this quaint.
1115{Walking through a dangerous ruin. / Neutral} This looks like a "shoot first" kinda neighborhood to me.
1116{Neutral} If you needed to get the drop on someone, this'd be the place.
1117{Neutral} Rule one of urban living: always safer to stick to the rooftops.
1118{Neutral} Wonder if all the cities got hit this bad?
1119{Amused} You can tell we're in a scrapyard because all the trash is suddenly in some kinda order.
1120{Neutral} This isn't exactly the adventure I'd been expecting.
1121{Amused} Not my first time ending up next to a trash heap. Won't be my last.
1122{Neutral} You're handy, ain't ya? You think you could make something outta this junk?
1123{Amused} I've heard some holotapes about places like this... drugs, back talk, fraternization. My kinda place.
1124{Neutral} Probably not a lot of salvage in a place like this. Unless you're looking for a lunchbox.
1125{Walking through an abandoned school. A little excited. / Neutral} You know some of these places had chem labs? Right on campus. Never did understand why kids hated school.
1126{Neutral} Pretty impressive set-up just to babysit someone else's kids.
1127{Neutral} Plenty of caps to be made in wrecks.
1128{Neutral} You know, setting up on one of these things, it ain't a half bad idea... you know not this one...
1129{Neutral} Lot of hardware about. Must be something worth making off with.
1130{Question} I'd heard Mirelurks were tiny before the bombs. Wonder what else might be plying those waters.
1131{Amused} Sexy pirate was always going to be my fallback if "sexy mayor" didn't pan out.
1132{Neutral} Bet we can get a good sense of the area from this thing...
1133{Neutral} Wonder if a place like this would be easier to defend that the Old State House?
1134{Neutral} Plenty of space to hide some caps.
1135{Accommodating, then jokingly scolding. / Neutral} Hasn't collapsed yet. Yet.
1136{Neutral} How many caps you think a building like this cost to put up? Bet it took a lot of cola.
1137{Neutral} Two hundred odd years of people picking this over... probably not a lot left.
1138{Question} You got a thing for antiques? I guess you would.
1139{Irritated} Lotta Raiders will take up in places like this, wait for desperate folks to roll through. Kinda shit makes me sick.
1140{Neutral} Gotten in a lot of scraps over places like this. Never know where you might find that cache of snack cakes that gets you through the season.
1141{Neutral} Bet a lot of currency rolled through this place in its day.
1142{Amused} Following strangers into tunnels ain't always turned out this well for me.
1143{Neutral} Bet a lot of folks made for places like this when the bombs hit. Certainly would explain all the Ferals.
1144{Neutral} Not thrilled to meet anyone... or thing... that thinks living down here's a good idea.
1145{Question} This place looks like it'll hold, right? Always expected there'd be more gunfire when I go.
1146{Impressed} Damn. They must've lived like Mole Rats diggin' all this.
1147{Puzzled} What'd they use this place for?
1148{Neutral} See, to me, places like this are far and away the least interesting use of pipes.
1149{Neutral} I wouldn't recommend drinking from anything you find around here.
1150{Question} You think there's still something here worth nabbing? Was there ever?
1151{Question} You think the Vaults were built to keep people out or shut people in?
1152{Neutral} Huh. I can't tell if I'm having déjà vu or all these places really do look the same.
1153{Question} People in these Vaults probably never had to kill anyone to score a day's meal. What kind of life is that?
1154{Sniffs the air, disgusted. / Neutral} Ug. What is that? It just smells like... air.
1155{Neutral} I guess it's got its charm, but if a place like this ran out of something crucial, like water - chaos and betrayal like anywhere else.
1156{Neutral} We all used to get blitzed in places like this back in Goodneighbor. Real good times... I think...
1157{Neutral} Awful big place to just store junk. Must be something worth our time in here.
1158{Neutral} Surprised the roof hasn't completely fallen in on this place.
1159{Neutral} Would you look at this place... you smell that? Smells like opportunity... and I think something died over there.
1160{Question} What were they storing here? Dust?
1161{Neutral} My pop used to take me fishing in places like this. Never caught anything that didn't try to eat us first, but damn if it wasn't fun.
1162{Amused} Ain't that a sight? Wouldn't have thought there could still be something that pretty out here. Present company excluded.
1163{Neutral} One thing I've never missed living inland - brine and putrid fish.
1164{Neutral} You ever smelled wet Ghoul? It's not... pleasant.
1165{Neutral} Water's taking back a lot of the city... wonder how many years we got till it's all gone...
1166{Walking through a ruined, irradiated area. / Concerned} You've been seein' all the trippy lights around this place, right? It ain't just me?
1167{Walking through a ruined, irradiated area. / Irritated} Who'd have thought a place with this much radiation could be so damn dull.
1168{Walking through a ruined, irradiated area. / Surprised} And I thought the city got it bad.
1169{Walking through a ruined, irradiated area. / Irritated} You know what the Glowing Sea needs? A bar. Badly.
1170{Happy} Nothing to lose but each other.
1171{Happy} Ain't been an easy road, but it was worth it to get to you.
1172{Amused} I'm gonna be real mad if this turns out to be one big Jet flashback.
1173{Happy} You and me together, the world ain't got a prayer.
1174{Flirting} You sure you want to be stuck with this ugly mug?
1175{Talking to someone he loves. / Happy} Never expected I'd ever meet my match. Nice to be wrong.
1176{Talking to some he really cares about... then making a joke. / Amused} Guess you were the piece I'd always been missing... that and that toe I still can't find...
1177{Amused} What we got feels better than the chems... all right, maybe like 80% as good.
1178{Neutral} Been goin' over in my mind what I could've done to get someone like you. I'll tell ya, there ain't a lot.
1179{Amused} You and me together... this is my kinda freakshow.
1180{Friendly} Never expected you'd be such a scrapper. Nice to not be the only muscle for a change.
1181{Friendly} You sure know how to show a Ghoul a good time.
1182{Friendly} Helpin' the People, one clip at a time.
1183{Friendly} You sure got a way with weaponry.
1184{Friendly} Got you covered, brother.
1185{Friendly} Got you covered, sister.
1186{Friendly} Nice to not have to constantly watch over my shoulder all the time.
1187{Friendly} You scrap like you were born for it.
1188{Neutral} If someone needs help, we help 'em. If someone needs hurtin', we hurt 'em. It's not hard.
1189{Neutral} World's always gonna have tryants. But I get my way, there'll be a lot less.
1190{Amused} Not a lot of folks would travel with a Ghoul, even one with my kinda charisma.
1191{Neutral} You got nothing to worry about with me covering ya.
1192{Neutral} Reliable guns are always at a premium in the Commonwealth.
1193{Neutral} I like to think I take after John Hancock, true American troublemaker.
1194{Stern} Plenty of folks wanna make life hard for people just tryin' to survive. I'm not willing to stand for that kinda shit.
1195{Amused} There's no sport to spillin' blood if the person ain't earned. Lucky for us, the Commonwealth provides.
1196{Stern} Everyone should get to live life on their own terms. That's what Goodneighbor's all about. Served us well so far.
1197{Irritated} You know, I was hoping we'd be getting our hands dirty out here. You ain't afraid, are ya?
1198{Irritated} There are two types of people in the Commonwealth: those that help and those that harm. And right now, you ain't helpin'.
1199{Irritated} I'm not nearly high enough to deal with you right now.
1200{Irritated} Starting to think my skills might be put to better use being Mayor again... or at least, not being here.
1201{Stern} I ain't out here to push around folks who didn't earn it.
1202{Irritated} So, you planning to start turning things around any time soon? I'm not really a "second chances" kinda Ghoul.
1203{Question} Remind me why I signed up for this again? Was I on something at the time?
1204{Question} You trying to make fools of us out here?
1205{Irritated} You get I'm here on a volunteer basis, right?
1206{Irritated} Commonwealth's full enough of trouble as it is. Doesn't need you making any more of it.
1207{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} Aren't I glad I took up with you?
1208{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} Feels like I don't have to run anymore. Thanks for that.
1209{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} Exactly how it should be, you and me cuttin' a nice bloody swathe across the Commonwealth.
1210{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} Haven't felt this damn sharp in a long time.
1211{Addressing no one in particular. / Friendly} Brace yourselves, ya bastards. We're coming for ya.
1212{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} It ain't often wandering off with a stranger turns out this well for me.
1213{Talking to his best friend. / Question} This really is the life, ain't it?
1214{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} Bein' here? Beats Goodneighbor any day.
1215{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to. / Angry} You're lucky I'm feeling merciful right now.
1216{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to. / Angry} Not sure who I'm more upset with right now, you or me... nah, it's you.
1217{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} Can't believe I signed up for this.
1218{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} You know what you've made us look like? Cowards.
1219{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} My rep's probably shot to hell after all this... thanks for that.
1220{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} No one's ever gonna take you seriously you keep acting like this. I know I don't.
1221{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} You're gonna end up six feet under acting the way you have... if we're lucky.
1222{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} You got some real shit to answer for.
1223{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} I've run with some scum in my day. But you...
1224{Seething. You loathe the person you're talking to at the moment. / Angry} Just what the world needed... one more thug.
1225{Making an innuendo at sunset, the perfect hour for innuendo. / Amused} Hmm. Getting late. Do my best work after dark anyway.
1226{Walking outside at sunrise on a pleasant day. / Irritated} Damn, that thing's bright. When is someone finally gonna turn that down?
1227{Walking outside at sunrise. / Question} Made it another day. Guess we did something right.
1228{Walking outside in the rain. / Irritated} Damn. Really coming down.
1229{Walking outside on a pleasant day. / Irritated} Not sure how much of this fresh air and sunshine I can handle. Gotta be a bar around here somewhere...
1230{Friendly} You just say the word if you wanna take a little, uh, chem break.
1231{Friendly} So, you got a ride of choice? I'm usually a Mentats Ghoul myself. Makes me feel intellectual.
1232{Talking to his best friend. / Friendly} You know, we figure out how to turn you Ghoul, we could do this long term. Something to think about.
1233{Friendly} This beats "mayoral duties" any day of the week.
1234{Friendly} Most folks that run with me don't live out the day. I'm impressed.
1235{Telling a joke. / Amused} So a Ghoul walks into a bar. Bartender says, "We don't serve Ghouls here." Ghoul says, "That's fine. Is the human fresh?"
1236{Amused} Gotta be real crazy or real tough to survive out here. Least, that's what worked for me.
1237{Neutral} Most folks just don't know real living. Not like this.
123800126090{Friendly} Nice. A man who shares his stash always has friends.
1239{Friendly} Nice. Gal who shares always has friends.
1240{joking, but genuine, you like what the player did / Friendly} You keep this up, I'll start thinkin' the two of us are in competition for "most loveable freak in the Commonwealth."
1241{Impressed by the player's generosity. / Friendly} Well, would you look at that.
1242{Neutral} Would've done the same thing.
1243{Neutral} Not bad...
124400126089{Player has gotten addicted to chems. / Question} You feel as bad as you look?
1245{Player has gotten addicted to chems. / Concerned} Hey, you should slow down. And that's me saying that...
1246{Genuinely concerned. Player has gotten addicted to chems.} Woah. How much did you take?
1247{Genuinely concerned. Player has gotten addicted to chems. / Neutral} You ain't lookin so great. How about you try cuttin' back?
124800126088{Player has used drugs. / Amused} That a good one?
1249{Player has used drugs. / Neutral} Take it all in.
1250{Player has used drugs. / Amused} Two a day keeps reality at bay.
1251{Player has used drugs. / Friendly} Never trip alone.
1252{Player has used drugs. / Friendly} Lean back and enjoy the ride.
125300126087{In extreme pain. / InPain} God dammit. Can't feel my arm. It still on there?
1254{Honestly scared. / InPain} I can't feel my arm.
1255{In extreme pain. / InPain} Argh! My arm!
125600126086{Took a severe blow to the head. / InPain} Ergh. Right in the head.
1257{Gritting your teeth through the pain. / InPain} Argh. It's in my eyes.
1258{Just got hit hard in the head. / InPain} Damn. That rang my bell.
125900126085{Was just seriously wounded. / InPain} I can't feel my leg!
1260{Fighting through the pain. Wound is worse than he's letting on. / InPain} I'll be alright. Just clipped my leg.
1261{Joking through extreme pain. / InPain} Can't feel my leg. And not in the fun way.
126200126084{The player is firing off rounds in a town. / Neutral} Hey. How about you save it for the folks that deserve it?
1263{The player is firing off rounds in a town. / Neutral} Careful now. Folks might not take kindly to that around here.
1264{The player is firing off rounds in a town. / Irritated} Woah there, killer. You're gonna take someone's eye out with that thing.
126500126083{Compassion and concern. / Concerned} Hey, hey. The dog's lookin' real rough.
1266{Compassion and concern. / Concerned} I think the pooch could use some attention.
1267{Rerecord. Add some compassion and concern. / Concerned} Dog ain't looking so hot.
126800126082{Player just donated an item to someone. / Happy} Leave 'em smiling. Always worked for me.
1269{Impressed. Player just donated an item to someone.} Looking out for the little guy.
1270{Player just donated an item to someone.} You scratch their back...
1271{Player just donated an item to someone. / Impressed} Settin' the example.
127200126081{Player just had a drink of alcohol. / Amused} Cheers.
1273{Player just had a drink of alcohol. / Neutral} Little something to take the edge off.
1274{Player just had a drink of alcohol. / Neutral} Could scrub the skin off a synth with that stuff.
127500126080{Player dropped a useful item. / Neutral} Think you dropped something.
1276{Player dropped a useful item. / Question} You gonna leave that there? Suit yourself.
1277{Player dropped a useful item. / Neutral} Just throw it wherever.
1278{Player dropped a useful item. / Neutral} We ain't gonna need that?
1279{Player dropped a useful item. / Neutral} Sure someone'll put it to good use.
128000126079{Player just looted a corpse. / Neutral} Jackpot.
1281{Player just looted a corpse. / Neutral} Take whatever you can. I'll keep watch.
1282{Player just looted a corpse. / Neutral} Let me know what I can carry.
1283{Player just looted a corpse. / Amused} Ripe for the taking.
1284{Player just looted a corpse. / Neutral} Time to collect.
1285{Player just looted a corpse. / Neutral} To the living, go the spoils.
128600126078{The player just collected an extremely valuable item. / Impressed} Hello. You know if you don't want that, I'll sure as hell take it.
1287{Stunned. / Question} Is that what I think it is?
1288{Stunned. / Neutral} Didn't think there were any of those left...
128900126077{Player is digging through garbage. Rerecord. You should be amused by the player rooting through garbage. / Neutral} Careful. You don't know where that's been.
1290{Player is digging through garbage. / Neutral} You do what you gotta.
1291{Player is digging through garbage. / Neutral} If anyone could find a use for that...
1292{Player is digging through garbage. / Puzzled} That actually worth something?
129300126076{Player collected a pre-war item. / Question} Betcha that's seem some fun in its day.
1294{Genuinely impressed. / Neutral} Not a lot of those left in that kinda condition.
1295{Player collected a pre-war item. / Amused} That as old as it looks?
129600126075{Impressed. Player has just made himself a new set of armor. / Neutral} I think I'm going to let you take the lead.
1297{Player has just made himself a new set of armor. / Neutral} That's a hell of a get-up.
1298{Player has just made himself a new set of armor. / Neutral} Tougher than a Vault door.
129900126074{Player has just made himself a new weapon. / Neutral} That is a serious armament.
1300{Player has just made himself a new weapon. / Neutral} Let's light 'em up.
1301{Holding in his excitement. Player has just made himself a new weapon. / Neutral} The unspeakable things we can do with that.
130200126073{Genuinely angry. Player just killed an innocent. / Angry} Who the hell appointed you executioner?
1303{Livid. Player just killed an innocent. / Angry} What are you doing? These people didn't do anything!
1304{Player just killed an innocent. Hancock is livid. / Angry} Hey! Unless you wanna fuck with this guy, you don't fuck with the little guy.
130500126072Well, well. Nimble, aren't ya?
1306We're in.
1307{Player just picked a lock. / Impressed} Made short work of that.
1308{Player just picked a lock. / Impressed} Open sesame.
1309{Player just picked a lock. / Impressed} Someone knows their way around a bobby pin.
131000126071{Player just picked a lock. / Amused} Always was easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.
1311{Player just picked a lock. / Neutral} I'm gonna guess there was a reason that was locked.
1312{Player just picked a lock. / Neutral} I guess they won't mind if we take a quick peek...
131300126070{The player has just taken serious damage to his arm. Hancock takes a moment to notice. / Concerned} Hey, your arm oka... shit.
1314{The player has just taken serious damage to his arm. / Concerned} That arm ain't lookin' so hot.
1315{The player has just taken serious damage to his arm. / Concerned} You ain't winning any brawls with your arm like that.
131600126069{Player just received a reward. / Neutral} Can get some serious Jet for that.
1317{Player just received a reward. / Happy} Cleanin' up.
1318{Player just received a reward. / Neutral} Not a bad take.
1319{Player just received a reward. / Neutral} Seen folks do worse for less.
1320{Player just received a reward. / Neutral} Quite a haul.
132100126068{Player has convinced someone to pay more for a job. / Question} And what's my split of that?
1322{Player has convinced someone to pay more for a job. / Amused} Expertise like ours, you can justify charging them a premium.
1323{Player has convinced someone to pay more for a job. / Question} You got them to shell out how much? Not bad.
1324{Player has convinced someone to pay more for a job. / Conspiratorial} We'll put those extra caps to good use. Well, maybe good's not the word...
1325{Player has convinced someone to pay more for a job. / Neutral} Smooth.
132600126067{Player just stole something. Hancock is not thrilled about the player's action. / Conspiratorial} Didn't think they were givin' that away.
1327{Player just stole something. Hancock is not thrilled about the player's action. / Conspiratorial} Figured this kinda thievin' was below us.
1328{Player just stole something. Hancock is not thrilled about the player's action. / Conspiratorial} We ain't gonna be real popular with the locals if anyone catches on.
132900126066{Player just pickpocketed someone. Impressed. / Neutral} Think they saw you?
1330{Player just pickpocketed someone. Hancock is not thrilled about the player's action. / Neutral} I guess if they'd wanted to keep it, they should've left it at home.
1331{Player just pickpocketed someone. Hancock is not thrilled about the player's action. / Neutral} You sure they ain't gonna need that?
1332{Player just pickpocketed someone. Hancock is not thrilled about the player's action. / Neutral} No one's openin' fire. Yet.
133300126065{Player is swimming. / Neutral} How much of the Commonwealth you think has used that as a bathroom?
1334{Player is swimming. / Amused} Never was one for water. Always more of a vodka man.
1335{Player is swimming. / Neutral} No other way around, huh?
1336{Player is swimming. / Disgust} That as rank as it smells?
133700126064{Player just triggered a mine. Genuinely concerned. / Concerned} You okay? See any more?
1338{Player just triggered a mine. / Concerned} Christ. You still with me?
1339{Player just triggered a mine. / Concerned} Hey! You alright?
134000126063{Player is working at a workbench. / Neutral} Never built much myself... not supposed to operate heavy machinery.
1341{Player is working at a workbench. / Neutral} Jack of all trades, aren't ya?
1342{Player is working at a workbench. / Neutral} Do your thing. I'll keep an eye out.
134300126062{Player is walking around without clothes on. / Amused} Let 'em stare.
1344{Player is walking around without clothes on. Jokingly curious. / Amused} That's a good look for you.
1345{Player is walking around without clothes on. / Amused} Hey, Emperor. Love the outfit.
134600126061{In combat. / Stern} Last chance to run.
1347{In combat. / Stern} You scared now?
1348{In combat. / Stern} You're done!
1349{In combat. / Neutral} Cut you down.
135000126060{Afraid} Move!
1351{Afraid} Get down!
1352{Urgently. / Afraid} Go, go, go, go!
135300126059{Stern} Catch!
1354{Neutral} Boom.
135500126058{Agreeing to travel with the player. / Neutral} Won't know what him 'em.
1356{Agreeing to travel with the player. / Neutral} Back at it.
1357{Agreeing to travel with the player. / Neutral} Go find some action.
1358{Player told you to wait. / Neutral} Gotcha. I'll keep an eye out.
1359{Player told you to wait. / Neutral} Guess I'll just make myself at home.
1360{Player told you to wait. / Neutral} Be here when you're ready.
1361{Neutral} I can do that.
1362{Neutral} Bingo.
1363{Neutral} Sure.
1364{Neutral} You got it.
1365{Neutral} Good as done.
136600126057{Neutral} Shout if you need me.
1367{Question} We good?
1368{Question} That all?
1369{Friendly, not sarcastic / Neutral} No need to be bashful.
1370{Question} Nothing else?
137100126056{You are insulted by what the player just asked you to do. / Question} You're kiddin' me, right?
1372{Laughing at the player's suggestion, then very stern. / Amused} Ha! No way in hell.
1373{Stern} Out of the question, brother.
1374{Stern} Out of the question, sister.
1375{Question} You cook your brain or something?
1376{Stern} I ain't got a lot of taboos, but that's one.
137700126055{Stern} That ain't in my wheelhouse.
1378{Stern} Can't do it.
1379{Neutral} Not an option, brother.
1380{Neutral} Not an option, sister.
1381{Neutral} Not gonna fly.
1382{Neutral} Wish I could.
1383{Neutral} I'm a Ghoul statesman, not a miracle worker.
138400126054{as in "what do you want me to do?" / Neutral} Shoot.
1385{as in "what do you want me to do?" / Neutral} Got my attention.
1386{as in "what do you want me to do?" / Neutral} Whatcha got?
1387{as in "what do you want me to do?" / Question} Yeah?
1388{as in "what do you want me to do?" / Question} Hmm?
1389{Offering to help the player. / Friendly} Just say the word.
1390{Offering to help the player. / Friendly} What ya need?
1391{Offering to help the player. / Friendly} I take requests.
139200126053{Neutral} Check the stash.
1393{Neutral} Enough to go around.
1394{Question} You need a fix?
1395{Offering to trade with the player. / Friendly} Sure. Check the stash.
1396{Offering to trade with the player. / Neutral} This is what I've got on me.
1397{Offering to trade with the player. / Friendly} Open for business.
139800126052{Just found an enemy. / Amused} Big mistake.
1399{Just found an enemy. / Amused} Got ya.
1400{Just found an enemy. / Stern} Should've run.
1401{Just found an enemy. / Stern} I see you now.
1402{Just found an enemy. / Stern} There you are.
140300126051{Thought he saw something. / Puzzled} Something was out there...
1404{Thought he saw something. / Nervous} Don't like surprises anyway.
1405{Thought he saw something. / Puzzled} Where'd you go?
1406{Thought he saw something. / Amused} Jumpin' at shadows.
1407{Thought he saw something. / Neutral} Nothing there now.
140800126050{Lost sight on an opponent during combat. / Stern} You better hide!
1409{Lost sight on an opponent during combat. / Stern} Come on out and let's finish this!
1410{Lost sight on an opponent during combat. Addressing the player. / Question} Got a bead on them?
1411{Lost sight on an opponent during combat. / Stern} We'll find you, ya bastard.
1412{Lost sight on an opponent during combat. / Irritated} Where are you...
1413COMHancock_McDonoughComment_Scene0013BE4D{You're own brother didn't even recognize you now that you're a Ghoul. / Irritated} Huh. Guy didn't even recognize me. Figures.A1a