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Haven terminal entries are found on Sandra's research terminal on the top level of Haven in the Fallout 3 add-on, The Pitt.

Research terminalEdit


Baby MonitorEdit


> Baby Status: Healthy and Well

Trog StudiesEdit


Troglodyte Degeneration Contagion
Research by Dr. Sandra Kundanika

An epidemic of the environs around the Pitt, which I have named Troglitic Degeneration Contagion (or simply "TDC") appears to be the result of intensely concentrated radiation, but the unique toxins and pollutants in the Pitt cause it to be far more pervasive.

Anyone living in TDC-active areas experience skin lesions after a few weeks of exposure, which can clear up after a month or more away from infected areas. For many healthy adults, this is the full extent of the effect. TDC also seems to interact with brain chemistry in a manner that produces a number of psychological effects, even if the subject remains physically healthy. I'll need to recover more information about psychosis before attempting to enumerate those effects.

Approximately 20% of adults will progress further, losing higher reasoning and motor skills over the course of years, until they have degenerated into a bestial "Trog". No subjects have ever been recovered from full degeneration, although wishful rumors persist of Trog retaining memories and recognizing the faces of loved ones.

More tragic, however, is the fact that children born in TDC-active areas have a (virtually) 100% degeneration rate, often becoming feral within weeks of birth.

Cure ResearchEdit


Cure Development Progress
Research by Dr. Sandra Kundanika

Observational tests on isolated samples suggest the subject has a natural adaptive immunity to the so called "trog mutation." Furthermore, it appears that this immunity carries on to other forms of radiation-induced diseases - from
radiation sickness to larger mutations such as the all-too-common development of a sixth toe.

Attempts to isolate these effects have been slow going, due in part to the delicate nature of testing. Prospects exist for duplication, but the unique and delicate nature of the subject requires utmost care in testing.

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