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This is a transcript for dialogue with Jack Cabot.

CabotHouseConvEdwardJackEdit

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1CabotHouseConv01Scene0001E224Edward: Hey, Jack, got a minute?{Question} Um. Yes, I suppose so. What is it?Edward: Apparently Emogene's run off again. Mrs. Cabot has been asking me about her.A1a
2Edward: Hey, Jack, got a minute?{Question} It can't wait? Fine. Let's hear it.Edward: Apparently Emogene's run off again. Mrs. Cabot has been asking me about her.A2a
3Edward: Hey, Jack, got a minute?{Irritated} I'm sure it must be important for you to interrupt me. Go ahead.Edward: Apparently Emogene's run off again. Mrs. Cabot has been asking me about her.A3a
4Edward: Hey, Jack, got a minute?{Irritated} Now? All right, I assume it must be important. Let's hear it.Edward: Apparently Emogene's run off again. Mrs. Cabot has been asking me about her.A4a
50001E219Edward: Apparently Emogene's run off again. Mrs. Cabot has been asking me about her.{Irritated} I know. Mother's been starting to pester me as well.A1a
6{Disgust} But I really don't think we need to worry about her yet. She'll come home when she gets tired of whatever new boyfriend she's found herself.Edward: Your call. I just wanted to keep you in the loop.A1b
70001E217Edward: Your call. I just wanted to keep you in the loop.{Irritated} Yes, of course.Jack: Now I really do need to get back to work.A1a
80001E215Jack: Yes, of course.{Irritated} Now I really do need to get back to work.A1a
9Jack: Yes, of course.{Irritated} Now if you don't mind, I'd like to enjoy my dinner in peace.A2a
10Jack: Yes, of course.{Irritated} If that's all, I'd like to eat in peace for a few minutes.A3a
11CabotHouseConvEdwardJack02Scene0003D074Edward: Just heard from Parsons. They're still seeing raiders around occasionally. Not attacking, just watching from a distance.{Puzzled} Hmm. What do you make of it?Edward: Nothing much we can do about it. We don't have the manpower to do anything aggressive.A1a
120003D073Edward: Nothing much we can do about it. We don't have the manpower to do anything aggressive.{Confident} Well. I'm sure you and your men will handle it. You always have.Jack: Now I really do need to get back to work.A1a
13CabotHouseConvEdwardJack03Scene0003D05F{Concerned} Again? Anything we need to worry about?A1a
14{Concerned} That's a shame. Anything I should be worried about?A2a
150003D05E{Concerned} I guess that's what we're paying them for. Go ahead and hire someone to replace him.Jack: Now I really do need to get back to work.A1a
16{Concerned} I suppose there's no help for it. Go ahead and hire someone to replace her.Jack: Now I really do need to get back to work.A2a
17CabotHouseConvEdwardJack04Scene0003D05BEdward: Security bot's on the fritz again. Just wanted to let you know.{Irritated} I wonder if it's time to just toss it out and find a new one.Edward: Well, yeah, we don't have any choice. It's kind of... blown up, actually.A1a
180003D05AEdward: Well, yeah, we don't have any choice. It's kind of... blown up, actually.{Irritated} Lucifer's balls, not again! I swear, this neighborhood is getting worse all the time.Jack: Now I really do need to get back to work.A1a
19Edward: Well, yeah, we don't have any choice. It's kind of... blown up, actually.{Confident} Good, good. You can use whatever funds you need to get it repaired.Jack: Now I really do need to get back to work.A2a

CabotHouseConvWilhelminaJackEdit

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20CabotHouseConv02Scene0002D4BAWilhelmina: Jack, have we received any more serum yet?{Irritated} Uh, no, Mother. Not since the last time you asked.Wilhelmina: Oh. Well. I was just checking.A1a
210002D4B9Wilhelmina: Oh. Well. I was just checking.{Irritated} Please, Mother. I need to get back to work.A2a
22Wilhelmina: Oh. Well. I was just checking.{Irritated} I really wish you wouldn't bother me when I'm working.A3a
23Wilhelmina: Oh. Well. I was just checking.{Irritated} I can't get anything done with these constant interruptions, Mother.A4a
24CabotHouseConvWilhelminaJack02Scene0003E2D6Wilhelmina: Jack, have you heard anything about Emogene yet?{Irritated} Not yet. Isn't it enough that I had Edward send someone to track her down again?Wilhelmina: You could show a little bit more concern about your own sister.A1a
25CabotHouseConvWilhelminaJack03Scene0003E2D5Wilhelmina: I do wish you would remember to dress for dinner more often. We do have standards to maintain in this family.{Irritated} Oh for heaven's sake, Mother. Don't you have anything else to worry about?Wilhelmina: Hmph. Things have come to quite a sorry state if people can't even be bothered to dress for dinner.A1a
26CabotHouseConvWilhelminaJack04Scene0003E2CFWilhelmina: Jack, I think you're spending too much time in your lab. I feel like I never see you any more.{Irritated} My work is important. You know that. And this time, I think I'm really getting close to a breakthrough.Wilhelmina: Of course, Jack, of course. I just worry about you, that's all.A1a
27Wilhelmina: Jack, I think you're spending too much time in your lab. I feel like I never see you any more.{Irritated} You know why I spend all my time in the lab. There have been so many dead ends, but I feel like I'm getting close to a solution this time.Wilhelmina: Of course, Jack, of course. I just worry about you, that's all.A2a
28Wilhelmina: Jack, I think you're spending too much time in your lab. I feel like I never see you any more.{Irritated} I don't have time to take any breaks. The readings from Parsons are... well, I just don't know that the containment will hold forever.Wilhelmina: Of course, Jack, of course. I just worry about you, that's all.A3a
29CabotHouseConvWilhelminaJack05Scene0003E2CAWilhelmina: Jack, dear, I'm worried that supplies are running a bit low.{Irritated} Supplies? You mean the liquor cabinet is getting empty again?Wilhelmina: Not just that. But now that you mention it, I have noticed that we have nearly run out of a couple of things.A1a
300003E2C6Wilhelmina: Not just that. But now that you mention it, I have noticed that we have nearly run out of a couple of things.{Irritated} You know they aren't making that anymore, don't you Mother? I can't just send someone down to the liquor store for more.Wilhelmina: I'm sorry I mentioned it. I didn't know that I was such a burden to you. It's fine, don't worry about it. I'll just do without.A1a
310003E2C4Wilhelmina: I'm sorry I mentioned it. I didn't know that I was such a burden to you. It's fine, don't worry about it. I'll just do without.{Sarcastic} For heaven's sake, Mother. I'll have Edward find more for you. I'm sure he doesn't have anything better to do.Wilhelmina: Thank you, Jack. It's not an emergency or anything, of course.A1a
32Wilhelmina: I'm sorry I mentioned it. I didn't know that I was such a burden to you. It's fine, don't worry about it. I'll just do without.{Irritated} Enough, Mother. We don't have Edward to run errands for you any more. You're just going to have to do without sometimes.Wilhelmina: Thank you, Jack. It's not an emergency or anything, of course.A2a

CabotHouseHelloEdit

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33CabotHouseHello01Scene00029575Edward: Hey, Jack.{Friendly} Hello, Edward.A1a
34Edward: Hey, Jack.{brief nod of greeting / Friendly} Edward.A2a
35Edward: Hey, Jack.{Friendly} Evening, Edward.A3a
36CabotHouseHello04Scene0003E2D9{Puzzled} Oh, Edward... did you need something?Edward: Don't mind me.A1a
37{Concerned} Hmm? Is anything wrong?Edward: Don't mind me.A2a
38{Puzzled} What is it, Edward?Edward: Don't mind me.A3a

CabotHouseHelloJackWilhelmina01Edit

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39CabotHouseHelloJackWilhelmina01Scene0003FAC2{Neutral} Hello, Mother.Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.A1a
40{Neutral} Mother, hello.Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.A2a
41{Neutral} Mother, how are you.Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.A3a
420003FAC0Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.{Neutral} Let's eat.Wilhelmina: Good night, Jack.A1a
43Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.{Neutral} I'm hungry. Let's eat.Wilhelmina: Good night, Jack.A2a
44Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.{Neutral} Who's hungry?Wilhelmina: Good night, Jack.A3a
45Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.{Neutral} Good night, Mother.Wilhelmina: Good night, Jack.A4a
46Wilhelmina: Hello, Jack.{Neutral} Good night.Wilhelmina: Good night, Jack.A5a

DialoguePlayerAdditionalEdit

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47-00083AEFHmm?
48Go ahead.
49I don't think we were done...?

MS09Edit

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50MS09CabotHouseIntroInvited00072EFCPlayer Default: Pleased to meet you, Jack.{Happy} And I am very pleased to meet you! Edward finds it tiresome, but I always like to know personally everyone who works for me.Jack: Please, have a seat. How about a drink?A1a
5100072EFBPlayer Default: Just tell me what you need me to do.{Friendly} All in good time, all in good time. Consider this your final interview before getting the job.Jack: Please, have a seat. How about a drink?B1a
5200072EFAPlayer Default: Edward said you needed to talk to me before he hired me.{Friendly} Yes. Edward finds it tiresome, but I always like to know personally everyone who works for me.Jack: Please, have a seat. How about a drink?X1a
530004A16CEdward: Jack! The new guy is here.{calling to Edward as you adjust one of your experiments which is in progress (bubbling madly/about to explode) / Nervous} One moment! One moment, I just have to...Edward: He'll be right with us.A1a
540004A16AEdward: He'll be right with us.{as an experiment bubbles over/explodes in your face / Depressed} Damn. Clearly I'll need to adjust the mixture...Jack: Hello, hello! Welcome to Cabot House. I'm Jack Cabot.A1a
550004A169Jack: Damn. Clearly I'll need to adjust the mixture...{jovial and welcoming / Happy} Hello, hello! Welcome to Cabot House. I'm Jack Cabot.Player Default: Pleased to meet you, Jack.A1a
560004A160Player Default: And I am very pleased to meet you! Edward finds it tiresome, but I always like to know personally everyone who works for me.{Friendly} Please, have a seat. How about a drink?Jack: Edward, the good bourbon, eh?A1a
570004A15FJack: Please, have a seat. How about a drink?{Friendly} Edward, the good bourbon, eh?A1a
58MS09CabotHouseIntroJack000E9733Player Default: But I'm not talking about flying saucers and little green men. I'm talking about the hidden history of our planet. The very origins of human civilization.{Awed} Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.Player Default: That's really interesting.A1a
59000E9732Player Default: That's really interesting.{Friendly} I'm glad to hear you say that. It's become my life's work.A1a
60{Neutral} My approach is to combine a rigorous scientific method while keeping an absolutely open mind.A1b
61{Sad} So much has been closed off to us simply because people assumed they already knew the answers.Jack: My father excavated a city in the Rub'al Khali in Arabia which he dated to more than 4,000 years before the rise of any known human civilization.A1c
62000E9731Player Default: You can believe whatever wacko theories you want, as long as I get paid.{annoyed and insulted / Irritated} Well if that's how you feel, I'll leave you to Edward. He'll be your immediate supervisor.B1a
63{coldly / Stern} There won't be any need for us to have any further direct interaction.Edward: You really do have a way with people. Luckily I didn't hire you for your personality, so... congratulations. Welcome to the family.B1b
64000E9730Player Default: I'm really just here about the job.{Apologetic} I'm sorry if I'm rattling on. I sometimes forget not everyone finds these things as compelling as I do.X1a
65{Friendly} I'll leave you to Edward. He'll be your immediate supervisor. But remember, I'd love to chat more about this when matters are not so pressing.Jack: Edward will be your immediate supervisor. There won't be any need for us to have any further direct interaction.X1b
66000E9729Jack: So much has been closed off to us simply because people assumed they already knew the answers.{Impressed} My father excavated a city in the Rub'al Khali in Arabia which he dated to more than 4,000 years before the rise of any known human civilization.A1a
67{Nervous} The structures and artifacts were... strange. Disturbing, even. Clearly not constructed for or by humans.A1b
68{Puzzled} I've spent my life trying to decipher what he uncovered.A1c
6900072BCCPlayer Default: The universe is a big place. Anything could be out there.{Happy} Wonderful. Most people's minds are too narrow to admit the possibilities of an infinite universe.A1a
70{Somber} But I'm not talking about flying saucers and little green men. I'm talking about the hidden history of our planet. The very origins of human civilization.Jack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.A1b
7100072BCBPlayer Default: Little green men and UFOs? Come on.{Surprised} You misunderstand me. I'm not talking about the flying saucers of popular hysteria.B1a
72{Somber} What I refer to is the hidden history of our planet. The very origins of human civilization.Jack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.B1b
7300072BCAPlayer Default: I'm not sure there's any intelligent life in the universe. At least not on this planet.{Friendly} You joke but make a good point.X1a
74{Somber} Say humans perish from the earth, as they seem intent upon doing. Say thousands of years from now, a new civilization arose.X1b
75{Question} What would they know of us?Player Default: Even after thousands of years, there would be plenty left to find of our civilization.X1c
7600072BC9Player Default: Are you talking about aliens? UFOs and little green men?{Disgust} No, no. That's all popular hysteria. I doubt any of it has any basis in fact.Y1a
77{Somber} I'm talking about the hidden history of our planet. The very origins of human civilization.Jack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.Y1b
780004B1F0{Question} The question is this: do you believe there is other intelligent life in the universe?Player Default: The universe is a big place. Anything could be out there.A1a
79MS09CabotHouseIntroJackEnd000E972AJack: I'm sorry, Edward. I just get carried away sometimes.{Question} You're sending him to look for the missing shipment?Edward: Yeah.A1a
80Jack: I'm sorry, Edward. I just get carried away sometimes.{Question} You're sending her to look for the missing shipment?Edward: Yeah.A2a
81000BD54CEdward: Yeah.{Friendly} Well, then. I'd better leave you to it.Jack: We'll talk more about this some other time, when things are less rushed. It isn't important now.A1a
820004B1E5Jack: Well, then. I'd better leave you to it.{Friendly} We'll talk more about this some other time, when things are less rushed. It isn't important now.Jack: Edward will be your immediate supervisor. There won't be any need for us to have any further direct interaction.A1a
830004B1E4Edward: Jack, can I tell her what I need her to do?{Apologetic} I'm sorry, Edward. I just get carried away sometimes.Jack: You're sending him to look for the missing shipment?A1a
840004B1E3Jack: We'll talk more about this some other time, when things are less rushed. It isn't important now.{annoyed with the player / Disgust} Edward will be your immediate supervisor. There won't be any need for us to have any further direct interaction.Edward: You really do have a way with people. Luckily I didn't hire you for your personality, so... congratulations. Welcome to the family.A1a
85Jack: We'll talk more about this some other time, when things are less rushed. It isn't important now.{with a broad smile, welcoming / Happy} Welcome to the family.Edward: You really do have a way with people. Luckily I didn't hire you for your personality, so... congratulations. Welcome to the family.A2a
86MS09CabotHouseIntroJackNeutral01000E9728Player Default: Even after thousands of years, there would be plenty left to find of our civilization.{Somber} There would be something left, but perhaps less than you think.A1a
87{Somber} The ancients built mighty works that they must have thought would stand the test of time.A1b
88{Somber} Yet we know next to nothing about them. In fact, most people don't know they even existed.A1c
89000E9727Player Default: Probably for the best if it was all wiped away. So whoever comes next can start fresh.{Confident} I don't share your pessimistic view. I still believe that human civilization has a chance to regain its lost glories.B1a
90{Confident} This is one reason I'm so passionate about my work. If I can learn the secrets of the ancients, perhaps we can avoid their fate.B1b
91MS09CabotHouseIntroMain0007BAAF{Friendly} Please. Have a seat.Jack: Now, before we get down to business, I have a question I like to ask all my new employees.A1a
920004B1FBJack: Please. Have a seat.{Friendly} Now, before we get down to business, I have a question I like to ask all my new employees.Edward: Is this really the time for...A1a
930004B1F1Jack: Now, before we get down to business, I have a question I like to ask all my new employees.{Irritated} Don't interrupt, Edward.A1a
94MS09CabotHouseIntroUninvited001C0F68Player Default: You come into Boston and knock on random doors... I think you actually are looking for trouble.{Puzzled} Edward! Who is it?Edward: Don't worry about it, Jack. I've got it under control.A1a
95001C0F67Edward: Don't worry about it, Jack. I've got it under control.{jovially / Friendly} Edward, don't be so hasty. I like the look of this lady.Edward:A1a
96Edward: Don't worry about it, Jack. I've got it under control.{jovially / Friendly} Edward, don't be so hasty. I like the look of this fellow.Edward:A2a
97001C0F65Edward:{jovially / Friendly} Please, accept my apologies for Edward's behavior. He's just looking out for me, but sometimes he can be overzealous.A1a
98{with a broad smile - you're genuinely glad to meet the player / Happy} I'm Jack Cabot. Welcome to Cabot House.Player Default: Pleased to meet you, Jack.A1b
99001C0F64Player Default: Pleased to meet you, Jack.{Friendly} Pleased to meet you. Seems like a long time since we've had a visitor.Jack: Edward, I think this occasion calls for drinks - the good bourbon, eh?A1a
100001C0F63Player Default: You'd better tell your lackey to watch himself.{Amused} Once you know Edward better, you'll realize what a genuinely nice fellow he is.B1a
101{Happy} But let's not let a momentary misunderstanding ruin the moment. It's been so long since we've had a visitor!Jack: Edward, I think this occasion calls for drinks - the good bourbon, eh?B1b
102001C0F62Player Default: Now I don't know what to think.{Friendly} Let's call it a misunderstanding and put it behind us.X1a
103{Happy} Now come in, make yourself at home. It seems like we haven't had a visitor in ages!Jack: Edward, I think this occasion calls for drinks - the good bourbon, eh?X1b
104001C0F61Player Default: What is this place?{grandly / Friendly} This is my ancestral home. The Cabots have always lived here, since long before the Great War.Y1a
105{Somber} If you're asking what we're still doing here, with Boston in its current sad state, well... that's a story for another time, perhaps.Jack: Edward, I think this occasion calls for drinks - the good bourbon, eh?Y1b
106001C0F5CPlayer Default: Pleased to meet you. Seems like a long time since we've had a visitor.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. / Happy} Edward, I think this occasion calls for drinks - the good bourbon, eh?Jack: Come on, this way. There's no need to stand talking in the front hall like savages.A1a
107001C0F5BJack: Edward, I think this occasion calls for drinks - the good bourbon, eh?{Friendly} Come on, this way. There's no need to stand talking in the front hall like savages.A1a
108MS09CabotHouseMission2Looping0004EC3AWilhelmina: That is not acceptable. Emogene is missing and I want her found!{with strained patience - this is the end of a long argument over the same thing / Irritated} She's not missing, mother.Wilhelmina: Do you know where she is?A1a
1090004EC38Wilhelmina: Your sister is missing and I want her found! What else is Edward for if not to keep the family safe?{with strained patience - this is the end of a long argument over the same thing / Irritated} No, but that doesn't mean...Edward: I'd be happy to send someone to look for her, ma'am.A1a
1100004EC34Edward: I'd be happy to send someone to look for her, ma'am.{exasperated / Irritated} Mother, Edward has better things to do than sending someone out to find Emogene. Again.A1a
1110004EC32{exasperated / Irritated} I'm not going to have Edward drop everything just because Emogene decided to take a lover again.Wilhelmina: Jack! How dare you speak so disrespectfully about your sister!A1a
112{exasperated / Irritated} We've been over this, mother.Wilhelmina: Jack! How dare you speak so disrespectfully about your sister!A3a
113{exasperated / Irritated} She's a grown woman. She's perfectly capable of looking after herself.Wilhelmina: Jack! How dare you speak so disrespectfully about your sister!A4a
114{exasperated / Irritated} I'm not Emogene's babysitter. If she chooses to go off without telling anyone, that's her business.Wilhelmina: Jack! How dare you speak so disrespectfully about your sister!A5a
115{exasperated / Irritated} Mother. Will you let it go, please!Wilhelmina: Jack! How dare you speak so disrespectfully about your sister!A6a
116{exasperated / Irritated} If she wanted us to know where she went, she would have told someone.Wilhelmina: Jack! How dare you speak so disrespectfully about your sister!A7a
117MS09CabotHouseMission2Main0019CE5EWilhelmina: Why can't you be as devoted as dear Edward?{heavy sigh of exasperation as you watch your annoying mother walk off, having gotten exactly what she wanted / Irritated} *sigh*Jack: You shouldn't indulge her Edward. It just makes her more impossible to deal with next time.A1a
1180004EC22Jack: *sigh*{Stern} You shouldn't indulge her Edward. It just makes her more impossible to deal with next time.Edward: Just doing my job.A1a
1190004EC20Edward: Speaking of which, here's all we got back of the last delivery from Parsons. Raiders got the rest of it, I'm sorry to say.{Relieved} Ah, good. Finally! This will help settle mother down.Jack: I'm sorry to have to involve you in the affairs of my sister Emogene.A1a
120Edward: Speaking of which, here's all we got back of the last delivery from Parsons. Raiders got the rest of it, I'm sorry to say.{Worried} Oh. That is bad news. Our supply here is dangerously low. Well, we'll just have to make it last until the next delivery.Jack: I'm sorry to have to involve you in the affairs of my sister Emogene.A2a
1210004EC1FJack: Ah, good. Finally! This will help settle mother down.{Apologetic} I'm sorry to have to involve you in the affairs of my sister Emogene.A1a
122{Irritated} She goes out of her way to make my life difficult. Running off and leaving me to deal with my mother.A1b
123{Irritated} Edward will give you the details. But as far as I'm concerned, there's no rush.A1c
124MS09DefaultJack000A7D16{Friendly} Ah, you're back. Do you need something?Player Default: Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.A
125{Question} Yes?Player Default: Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.A
126{Question} Can it wait? I was just in the middle of something.Player Default: Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.A
127{Question} Hmm, what?Player Default: Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.A
128000EB381Player Default: Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.{Grateful} Thank you. I try not to take it for granted. We were definitely more fortunate than most.A1a
129{Apologetic} It hasn't been easy keeping it up to prewar standards, but we do what we can.A1b
130000EB380Player Default: How'd your father manage to travel to Arabia with the world blown to hell?{evasively / Nervous} Ah, well that was before the war. When he was a young man.Player Default: Wow. Your father must be pretty old, then.B1a
131Player Default: How'd your father manage to travel to Arabia with the world blown to hell?{Neutral} Alright.B2a
132000EB37FPlayer Default: What's going on at that old insane asylum?{Neutral} I carry out some of my research there. That's all you need to know.Player Default: Okay, I was just curious.X1a
133000EB37EPlayer Default: I was intrigued by your theory about an ancient alien civilization.{Friendly} Actually it was my father's theory. Now proven beyond doubt, although only to me, unfortunately.Y1a
134{wryly / Sarcastic} There aren't many archaeology journals publishing these days.Player Default: You said your father found a lost city?Y1b
135Player Default: I was intrigued by your theory about an ancient alien civilization.{Friendly} Yes, if by "alien" you mean a non-human precursor to the commonly understood founding cultures -- Sumer, Egypt, Assyria.Jack: It was originally my father's theory.Y2a
136MS09DefaultJackAliens000F2867{Friendly} It was originally my father's theory.Jack: He believed that all of the earliest human civilizations shared some common parent that was unknown to history.A1a
137000F2866Jack: It was originally my father's theory.{Friendly} He believed that all of the earliest human civilizations shared some common parent that was unknown to history.A1a
138{Friendly} Think of Atlantis - the myth of an advanced civilization destroyed by a cataclysm is shared by many widely separated ancient cultures.A1b
139{Awed} Eventually, he found was he was looking for - a lost city, buried beneath the sands of the Empty Quarter of the Arabian desert.Player Default: You said your father found a lost city?A1c
140MS09DefaultJackAncients000EC4DEPlayer Default: But in the end he found it: a lost city, buried in the sands of the Rub'al Khali, the Empty Quarter of Arabia.{Awed} Millennia older than the earliest human civilizations. But with technology that seems to have surpassed our own.A1a
141{Puzzled} And yet, everything about it is... strange.A1b
142{Nervous} Disturbing geometries, tools not made for human hands, carvings that hint at dimensions beyond our own...A1c
143Player Default: But in the end he found it: a lost city, buried in the sands of the Rub'al Khali, the Empty Quarter of Arabia.{Somber} I've spent my lifetime trying to understand what he brought back.A2a
144000EB371Player Default: You said your father found a lost city?{Friendly} Yes. He spent years looking, and was widely ridiculed by the so-called experts. I'm ashamed to say even I doubted him.A1a
145{Awed} But in the end he found it: a lost city, buried in the sands of the Rub'al Khali, the Empty Quarter of Arabia.Jack: Millennia older than the earliest human civilizations. But with technology that seems to have surpassed our own.A1b
146Player Default: You said your father found a lost city?{Somber} You wouldn't have. My father only made one expedition to the lost city, and his findings were never published.A2a
147{Thinking} The clues were all there, scattered amongst the earliest civilizations... but he was the only one to understand what they meant.A2b
148{Somber} He followed them into the Empty Quarter of Arabia, to the nameless city buried in the sand like the mythical Atlantis beneath the waves...Jack: Millennia older than the earliest human civilizations. But with technology that seems to have surpassed our own.A2c
149000EB370Player Default: I wanted to ask you about something else.{Neutral} Alright.Player Default: Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.B1a
150Player Default: I wanted to ask you about something else.{Defiant} Yes. It may sound unbelievable, but there's no other explanation for what my father recovered from the lost city.Jack: Millennia older than the earliest human civilizations. But with technology that seems to have surpassed our own.B2a
151000EB36EPlayer Default: You have proof?{Concerned} Enough to satisfy me. Because of his illness, my father could not or would not explain exactly where he found the lost city.Y1a
152{Somber} So I've had to confine my studies to what he brought back from his first expedition.Y1b
153{Confident} But that's been enough to show beyond a doubt that the city he found wasn't made by or for human beings.Jack: Millennia older than the earliest human civilizations. But with technology that seems to have surpassed our own.Y1c
154Player Default: You have proof?Enough to satisfy me.Y2a
155He only made a single expedition to the lost city.Y2b
156But he brought back enough to show beyond a doubt that the city he found wasn't made by or for human beings.Jack: Millennia older than the earliest human civilizations. But with technology that seems to have surpassed our own.Y2c
157MS09DefaultJackFather000EC4DAPlayer Default: Well, yes. He is. Most people don't really grasp how long ago the war really was.{Neutral} One of the effects of my father's illness was a slowing or arresting of the aging process.A1a
158{Neutral} So, yes... he is well over 200 years old, as you suspected.A1b
159Player Default: Well, yes. He is. Most people don't really grasp how long ago the war really was.{Nervous} It is an unusual situation, but... well, it's a private family matter that's no concern of yours.A2a
160000EB364Player Default: Wow. Your father must be pretty old, then.{Nervous} Well, yes. He is. Most people don't really grasp how long ago the war really was.Jack: One of the effects of my father's illness was a slowing or arresting of the aging process.A1a
161000EB363Player Default: That's impossible. The war was 200 years ago.{Defiant} Impossible? Not much that I would call impossible these days.Jack: One of the effects of my father's illness was a slowing or arresting of the aging process.B1a
162000EB362Player Default: Come on. The war was 200 years ago.{Impressed} You know your history. Most people don't grasp how long ago the war really was.Jack: One of the effects of my father's illness was a slowing or arresting of the aging process.X1a
163MS09DefaultJackLoop000EB36D{Question} Was there anything else?A1a
164{Question} Any more questions?A2a
165{Question} Are we done?A3a
166MS09DefaultJackParsons000EB378Player Default: You must think I'm an idiot.{Stern} I'm sorry you feel that way.B1a
167000EB376Player Default: The more I know, the better I'll be at my job.{Thinking} Well... I suppose that may be true...Jack: My father is... confined in Parsons. For his own safety and everyone else's.Y1a
168Player Default: The more I know, the better I'll be at my job.{Apologetic} I'm sorry, but it really is private family business.Jack: My father is... confined in Parsons. For his own safety and everyone else's.Y2a
169MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndJack01000A7D16{Angry} Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.Player Default: You're right. I should have listened to you back at Parsons.A
17000106D3EPlayer Default: You're right. I should have listened to you back at Parsons.{Tired} You did come back to help. I'll give you that much.Jack: At least nobody died. A small miracle really.A1a
17100106D3DPlayer Default: Don't forget. I didn't have to come back here to help you.{Tired} That's true. And things could have turned out much worse than they did.Jack: At least nobody died. A small miracle really.B1a
17200106D3CPlayer Default: At least nobody died.That's true. A small miracle, really... and I do realize you didn't have to come back to help us.Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.X1a
173Player Default: At least nobody died.That's true. It's a terrible shame about Edward though... he'd been with me for a long time.X2a
174But at least my family is safe.Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.X2b
175Player Default: At least nobody died.{breaking off with grief - you can't say that your whole family has been killed / Angry} You didn't know? You chose to listen to that... madman rather than me! And now... they're both...X3a
176Player Default: At least nobody died.{Angry} No one would have been killed if you had just listened to me at Parsons!X4a
17700106D3BPlayer Default: How could I have known he would be so dangerous?{Angry} You could have listened to me! I made it very clear how important it was for you to follow my instructions!Jack: But... it could have been worse. Much worse.Y1a
17800106D2FPlayer Default: You could have listened to me! I made it very clear how important it was for you to follow my instructions!{Relieved} But... it could have been worse. Much worse.Jack: At least nobody died. A small miracle really.Y1a
179Player Default: You could have listened to me! I made it very clear how important it was for you to follow my instructions!{Angry} And now, because of you... my family is... dead!Y2a
180Player Default: You could have listened to me! I made it very clear how important it was for you to follow my instructions!{Angry} And now, because of you, my sister is... dead.Y3a
181Player Default: You could have listened to me! I made it very clear how important it was for you to follow my instructions!{Angry} And now, because of you, my mother is... dead.Y4a
18200106D2EJack: But... it could have been worse. Much worse.{Grateful} At least nobody died. A small miracle really.Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.A1a
183Jack: But... it could have been worse. Much worse.{Grateful} It's a terrible shame about Edward, but at least Wilhelmina and Emogene are safe.Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.A2a
184Jack: But... it could have been worse. Much worse.{Angry} But what good did it do in the end? My family is... dead.A3a
185Jack: But... it could have been worse. Much worse.{Angry} But all of this could have been avoided if you'd just listened to me instead of that... madman!A4a
186MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndJackFriendly00106D29Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.{Grateful} I'm surprised to hear you say that, but... thank you.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.A1a
187Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.{Grateful} Thank you. I appreciate that.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.A2a
18800106D28Player Default: You're just sorry that you lost your source of immortality juice.{Disgust} I don't care what you think any more.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.B1a
18900106D27Player Default: Looks like I'm out of a job.{Depressed} Yes. Without Parsons to maintain, I won't need as much staff.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.X1a
19000106D26Player Default: What now?{Sad} I need to bury my father, and then... I don't know. I won't be back to Parsons again.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.Y1a
191Player Default: What now?{Sad} I need to bury my father, and clean up this mess. I won't be back to Parsons again.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.Y2a
19200106D25{Sad} I only wish I'd been able to find some way to cure my father before it came to... this.A1a
193{Tired} I still believe that with a little more time, I might have found some way to remove the artifact.A1b
194{Sad} But it doesn't matter now.Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.A1c
19500106D24Player Default: I'm surprised to hear you say that, but... thank you.{Tired} Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.A1a
196{Tired} I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.A1b
197MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndJackHostile00106D23{Sad} Thank you for that. I blame myself most of all, for not finding a way to cure Lorenzo before it came to... this.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.A1a
198{Angry} And you somehow think your words mean anything to me, after what you've done?A2a
199{Tired} Please leave and let me mourn in peace.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.A2b
20000106D22Player Default: You still owe me for the Parsons job. Plus my help here.{Disgust} Mercenary to the end. But never let it be said that a Cabot didn't pay his debts. Here.B1a
201{Tired} Now please leave and let me mourn in peace.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.B1b
202Player Default: You still owe me for the Parsons job. Plus my help here.{Angry} Any obligation I had to you became void when you let Lorenzo get free to murder my family.B2a
203{Disgust} Now get out of here and let me mourn in peace.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.B2b
20400106D21Player Default: I wasn't the cause of any of this.{Depressed} You're right. I'm really just angry at myself for not finding a way to prevent all of... this.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.X1a
205Player Default: I wasn't the cause of any of this.{Surprised} You take no responsibility for any of it?X2a
206{Disgust} I don't blame you for everything, but if you had listened to me back at Parsons, we could have stopped Lorenzo before any of this had to happen.X2b
207{Depressed} What's done is done, though. No use crying over spilt milk.Jack: Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.X2c
20800106D20Player Default: What now?{Sad} I need to bury my family, and then... I don't know.Y1a
20900106D1BPlayer Default: Thank you for that. I blame myself most of all, for not finding a way to cure Lorenzo before it came to... this.{Tired} Before you go... you did make the right choice in the end, so I feel I owe you something for your help.A1a
210{Neutral} I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.A1b
211MS09Mission3CabotHouseToParsons000F18AB{Question} Ready? Let's go.Jack: You should know what we're going to be dealing with.A1a
212000F18AAJack: You should know what we're going to be dealing with.{Concerned} Just to be clear. Under no circumstances can we allow Lorenzo to be freed from Parsons.A1a
213{Defiant} I would have lost my father forever. I refuse to let that happen after spending so long trying to cure him.Jack: It's the artifact that's made Lorenzo so dangerous. I'm sure his psychosis would be cured if it could be removed.A1b
214Jack: You should know what we're going to be dealing with.{Nervous} My father is... confined in Parsons. For his own safety and everyone else's.A2a
215{Somber} He became dangerously unstable after handling an ancient artifact he found in Arabia.A2b
216{Concerned} I've spent my life trying to figure out how to cure him.Jack: It's the artifact that's made Lorenzo so dangerous. I'm sure his psychosis would be cured if it could be removed.A2c
217000F18A9Jack: I would have lost my father forever. I refuse to let that happen after spending so long trying to cure him.{Concerned} It's the artifact that's made Lorenzo so dangerous. I'm sure his psychosis would be cured if it could be removed.A1a
218{Depressed} But so far, all my attempts have failed. It's fused too tightly with his nervous system.Jack: You may have guessed by now that my family and I have lived for a very long time, thanks to the serum derived from my father's blood.A1b
219000F18A7Jack: I eventually isolated the anomalous compounds, which led to the serum treatment we still use.{Apologetic} I'm well aware of the apparent conflict of interest in my father being the source of the treatment that is prolonging my own life.A1a
220{Concerned} But I assure you that if I had the chance, I would gladly give it all up to have my father back, even for a short time.A1b
221000F18A5Jack: Ready? Let's go.{retake - odd pause after "know" in current take. You're just about to explain what we're going to be dealing with. / Concerned} You should know what we're going to be dealing with.Jack: Just to be clear. Under no circumstances can we allow Lorenzo to be freed from Parsons.A1a
222MS09Mission3EndingHelpCabots01000789D4Player Default: Now I understand why you locked him up. He's insane, and has to be stopped.{Concerned} Well. For Edward's sake... okay.A1a
223Player Default: Now I understand why you locked him up. He's insane, and has to be stopped.{Angry} I'm sorry, but I just can't overlook what you've done.A2a
224000789D3Player Default: Never mind. I'll just show myself out.{Suspicious} Not so fast. We're not done here.B1a
225000789D2Player Default: If I wanted to kill you, you'd be dead already.{Sarcastic} I can see why you like him, Edward. He has such a way with words.X1a
226Player Default: If I wanted to kill you, you'd be dead already.{Sarcastic} I can see why you like her, Edward. She has such a way with words.X2a
227Player Default: If I wanted to kill you, you'd be dead already.{Angry} That proves nothing. You could be here spying for Lorenzo.X3a
228000789D1Player Default: Don't you want my help?{Suspicious} The problem is, I don't know whose side you're on. Based on what you did back at Parsons, I have to assume Lorenzo's.Player Default: Now I understand why you locked him up. He's insane, and has to be stopped.Y1a
229000789CCEdward: We could use his help, Jack. You did kind of drop him in the middle of that whole Lorenzo situation without much context.{Suspicious} Convince me that I should still trust you.Player Default: Now I understand why you locked him up. He's insane, and has to be stopped.A1a
230MS09Mission3EndingHelpLorenzo010007B3CEEdward: Hold on there, Jack. He has a point. Your story about "curing" Lorenzo has never quite added up.{Surprised} What are you doing, Edward?Edward: I'd just like to hear what he has to say. He's talked to Lorenzo. I never have.A1a
2310007B3C3Player Default: Well goddamn. I guess you have some explaining to do, Jack.{Disbelief} You can't seriously doubt me, Edward? After all I've done for you?A1a
232Player Default: Well goddamn. I guess you have some explaining to do, Jack.{Disbelief} I can't believe you thought I was lying to you, Edward. After all I've done for you.A2a
233MS09Mission3EndingLorenzo01000789CALorenzo: Ah, you're all here. Good.{Suspicious} How did you get in here?Lorenzo: Why so surprised? This is my house, after all.A1a
234MS09Mission3EndingLorenzoDead001A8C30Player Default: I'm sorry, Jack, but... Lorenzo is dead.{Surprised} What? How...? That's... I can hardly believe it. I don't know what to say.A1a
235{Sad} You'll have to give me a moment.Wilhelmina: My god, what does this mean, Jack?A1b
236001A8C25emogeneYoung: I'm happy he's dead. He was going to kill us, wasn't he? And to be fair, we had it coming.{Tired} Ignore her, mother. She's just trying to provoke you.Jack: What it means is that we don't have to worry about Lorenzo coming here to kill us.A1a
237001A8C24Jack: Ignore her, mother. She's just trying to provoke you.{Tired} What it means is that we don't have to worry about Lorenzo coming here to kill us.A1a
238{Somber} And also that we're all going to have to learn to do without the serum. Our little taste of immortality is over.A1b
239MS09Mission3EndingNeutral010007B3D0Edward: This is my fault. I hired this idiot, and he betrayed you.{Suspicious} Give me one good reason why I shouldn't just kill you right now.A1a
240MS09Mission3EndingScene01000BA510Jack: Who's there?{Angry} Have you lost your mind? Why did you release Lorenzo?Player Default: I'm sorry I let him go. That was a mistake.A1a
241000BA50F{Worried} Who's there?Player Default: I'm sorry I let him go. That was a mistake.A1a
242000789E6Player Default: I'm sorry I let him go. That was a mistake.{Angry} It's a little late for that epiphany. I'm sure Lorenzo's on his way to kill us all right now.Jack: What? How...? That's... I can hardly believe it. I don't know what to say.A1a
243000789E5Player Default: You were just keeping him prisoner to keep yourselves alive.{Angry} That's a lie. I've worked for centuries to find a way to cure him. But he doesn't want to be cured. He likes what he's become.Jack: What? How...? That's... I can hardly believe it. I don't know what to say.B1a
244000789E4Player Default: I wasn't sure who was telling the truth, you or him.{Angry} And now he's coming here to kill all of us! Are you satisfied?Jack: What? How...? That's... I can hardly believe it. I don't know what to say.X1a
245000789E3Player Default: Lorenzo's dead. You don't have to worry about him any more.{Angry} No, of course not! Or we'd all be dead already.Y1a
246{Angry} Now answer the question! Why did you free him?Player Default: I'm sorry I let him go. That was a mistake.Y1b
247MS09Mission3Intro0007545ACabotHouseRadio: ... switching now. How's this?{Relieved} That's done it! Edward, what's going on there?CabotHouseRadio: We're under attack. They're inside the building.A1a
2480007544FWilhelmina: So what are you going to do?{Stern} I said, I'll handle it. I'm thinking.A1a
249000546BC{Concerned} Edward, switch over to the Hartley modulator. Do you copy?CabotHouseRadio: ... switching now. How's this?A1a
250000546B9Wilhelmina: I always knew it would end this way! I never should have allowed you to lock up Lorenzo in that place!{Angry} That isn't helping, mother! And as I recall, using the serum was your idea, not mine.Wilhelmina: So what are you going to do?A1a
25100075456CabotHouseRadio: Sorry, things are a little busy around here right now.{urgently / Worried} Listen. If they're inside the building, you have to go to the office and shut down the elevator. You can't risk them getting to Lorenzo.CabotHouseRadio: Got it. Office. Elevator. You'd better round up whoever you can and get over-A1a
25200075454CabotHouseRadio: We're under attack. They're inside the building.{aghast / Worried} Inside? Can you keep them out of the basement?CabotHouseRadio: I'm trying, Jack. I've never seen raiders that...A1a
25300075453CabotHouseRadio: Got it. Office. Elevator. You'd better round up whoever you can and get over-{Worried} Hello? Edward? Come in? Edward!Jack: Bah. There's no signal at all. I've lost him.A1a
25400075452Jack: Hello? Edward? Come in? Edward!{Disgust} Bah. There's no signal at all. I've lost him.Wilhelmina: What's happening, Jack? If these people are inside Parsons, if they free him...A1a
25500075450Wilhelmina: What's happening, Jack? If these people are inside Parsons, if they free him...{snapping / Angry} Don't worry. I'll handle it.Wilhelmina: I always knew it would end this way! I never should have allowed you to lock up Lorenzo in that place!A1a
256MS09Mission3IntroEmogeneReward000F35B2{Surprised} Oh, yes. Good.Jack: You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...A1a
257000F35B0Player Default: Yes, I found her. She's fine.{Grateful} Oh, good.Jack: You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...A1a
258000F35AFPlayer Default: I found her. She's fine, by the way.{not really listening / Puzzled} Oh? Good.Jack: You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...B1a
259000F35AEPlayer Default: Yeah, I found her. Hard to believe she didn't want to come home to her loving family.{Stern} That's truly none of your concern.Jack: You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...X1a
260000F35ADPlayer Default: I found her, as requested. Now what about my pay?{Puzzled} Oh, yes... Edward usually handles these things... you'll want "caps", I suppose? Hmm, let me see what I have...Y1a
261{Question} Here, I hope this is close to your usual fee.Jack: You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...Y1b
262000F18A4Jack: "Caps" is what you use for currency, isn't that right? Here. I hope that's the right amount.{Stern} Now, we really need to focus on the current emergency.Wilhelmina: How can you be so callous about your sister's safety?A1a
263000F18A3Wilhelmina: How can you be so callous about your sister's safety?{Thinking} I wonder if these could be the same raiders that stole that last shipment...A1a
264{Worried} If some of them had used the undiluted serum... it could explain their unusual success against Edward's men.Player Default: I assume you'll explain what you're talking about at some point.A1b
265000C9422Wilhelmina: At least there's one small comfort on this terrible day.{hunting for money in your pockets / Puzzled} You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...A1a
266{retake - more hesitancy in talking about 'caps' - you're only about 75% sure that's the right word / Apologetic} Caps is what you use for currency, isn't that right? Here. I hope that's the right amount.Jack: Now, we really need to focus on the current emergency.A1b
267MS09Mission3IntroEnd000C9419Hold on. Weren't you off looking for Emogene? Did you find her?Jack: You'll be wanting to be paid, of course... Edward usually handles these things...A1a
2680007543FPlayer Default: I'm not that great at taking orders.Then it's time to learn, or neither one of us is likely to leave Parsons alive.Jack: Make sure you have whatever you'll need for a serious battle. I'll wait for you outside.B1a
2690007543DPlayer Default: Why is that so important?I don't have time to answer all your questions. You'll just have to trust that I understand the situation a lot better than you do.Jack: Make sure you have whatever you'll need for a serious battle. I'll wait for you outside.Y1a
270Player Default: Why is that so important?If these intruders have gotten past Edward's men, they may have freed Lorenzo.Y2a
271I'm the only one who understands exactly how to deal with him. Is that clear enough for you?Player Default: Got it.Y2b
272Player Default: Why is that so important?If these intruders have gotten past Edward's men, they may have created an extraordinarily dangerous situation.Y3a
273I'm the only one who understands how to deal with these dangers. Is that clear enough for you?Player Default: Got it.Y3b
2740007543CPlayer Default: Good.Make sure you have whatever you'll need for a serious battle. I'll wait for you outside.A1a
27500075445Before we go, I need you to understand something.A1a
276When we get to Parsons, you need to do exactly what I tell you. Nothing more, nothing less. Is that clear?Player Default: Got it.A1b
27700075440Player Default: Got it.{nodding with approval} Good.Jack: Make sure you have whatever you'll need for a serious battle. I'll wait for you outside.A1a
278MS09Mission3IntroExplain000F5C6CPlayer Default: I assume you'll explain what you're talking about at some point.{Neutral} Ah. Yes, of course. I'll explain on the way.A1a
279000F5C6BPlayer Default: I don't know why I had to find out what the serum was for from Emogene.{Stern} I'm sorry if you feel that I've been keeping you in the dark.B1a
280{Stern} I'm not in the habit of sharing family secrets with strangers. That's Emogene's specialty.B1b
281{Neutral} But what she told you is true. I've developed a treatment from the serum that has allowed my family and I to live for over 400 years.B1c
282{Somber} It also confers other... side effects, especially in the undiluted form that the raiders stole.Player Default: I assume this serum has something to do with Lorenzo and that alien artifact he found.B1d
283Player Default: I don't know why I had to find out what the serum was for from Emogene.{Apologetic} I'm sorry if you feel that I've been keeping you in the dark. The serum that the raiders stole confers a host of benefits.B2a
284{Neutral} The main one being to halt aging; my family and I are all over 400 years old.B2b
285{Somber} But it also confers other... side effects, especially in the undiluted form that the raiders stole.Player Default: I assume this serum has something to do with Lorenzo and that alien artifact he found.B2c
286Player Default: I don't know why I had to find out what the serum was for from Emogene.{Irritated} I'll tell you what you need to know when you need to know it.B3a
287000F5C6APlayer Default: I found Emogene. She's fine.{Neutral} Right, right. It's probably not important anyway.X1a
288000F5C69Player Default: So this serum does more than halt aging?{Puzzled} What? Ah. Emogene went too long without a treatment.Y1a
289{Neutral} Yes. Especially in the undiluted form that the raiders stole.Jack: It increases strength and resistance to all kinds of physical damage.Y1b
290Player Default: So this serum does more than halt aging?{Concerned} I suppose it's time you knew. The main benefit of the serum is to halt aging. My family and I are all over 400 years old.Y2a
291{Somber} But it also confers other... side effects, especially in the undiluted form that the raiders stole.Jack: It increases strength and resistance to all kinds of physical damage.Y2b
292Player Default: So this serum does more than halt aging?{Irritated} There's no time for that right now. I'll explain on the way.Jack: Before we go, I need you to understand something.Y3a
293000C941EPlayer Default: Yes. Especially in the undiluted form that the raiders stole.{Neutral} It increases strength and resistance to all kinds of physical damage.Y1a
294{Concerned} So at least some of these raiders may be much more dangerous than the ones you're used to dealing with.Player Default: I assume this serum has something to do with Lorenzo and that alien artifact he found.Y1b
295MS09Mission3IntroJack0007544EPlayerVoiceFemale01: What's going on?{worried / Worried} That was Edward. He's at Parsons - the old asylum. They're under attack by raiders.A1a
296{Puzzled} It's strange. The guards have held off raiders before without any trouble. I don't know what's gone wrong this time.Player Default: Let's go.A1b
297000546B2Player Default: Let's go.{Concerned} Good. I'll explain on the way.A1a
298000546B1Player Default: Probably the same raiders that stole the serum.{Thinking} Hmm, could be. If some of them had used the undiluted serum... it could explain their unusual success against Edward's men.Player Default: I assume you'll explain what you're talking about at some point.B1a
299000546AFPlayer Default: What happened?{Concerned} The guards at Parsons called in that they were under attack. Edward went to help.Y1a
300{Worried} I've only just been able to raise him, briefly. I didn't get much, but it sounds like the situation there is nearly out of control.Jack: I wonder if these could be the same raiders that stole that last shipment...Y1b
301MS09Mission3IntroLeaveCabotHouse000F35A7Wilhelmina: Jack, be careful. And... try not to hurt him.{Irritated} I love father at least as much as you do.A1a
302But you know as well as I do that if he gets free, there will only be one option.Wilhelmina: Don't let it come to that. Please.A1b
303000F35A5Wilhelmina: Don't let it come to that. Please.I'll do my best, mother. And if Emogene finally comes home, for god's sake don't let her leave again until I get back.Jack: Now I really do have to go.A1a
304000F35A4Jack: I'll do my best, mother. And if Emogene finally comes home, for god's sake don't let her leave again until I get back.{Irritated} Now I really do have to go.A1a
305MS09Mission3IntroLooping0007545DCabotHouseRadio: ... can't hear you, Jack. There's ...{Worried} Edward! Switch to single sideband modulating! Can you hear me?CabotHouseRadio:A1a
306CabotHouseRadio: ... can't hear you, Jack. There's ...{to yourself / Worried} This is maddening.CabotHouseRadio:A2a
307CabotHouseRadio: ... can't hear you, Jack. There's ...{frustrated / Worried} Edward? Edward?CabotHouseRadio:A3a
308CabotHouseRadio: ... can't hear you, Jack. There's ...{Worried} Damn. The signal is strangely weak.CabotHouseRadio:A4a
30900075460{Concerned} Edward? Are you there?CabotHouseRadio:A1a
310{Puzzled} Can you hear me now? Edward?CabotHouseRadio:A2a
311{Concerned} Go ahead.CabotHouseRadio:A3a
312{Relieved} Try again. I think it's clearing up.CabotHouseRadio:A4a
313MS09Mission3IntroPlayerPrewar000F0E19Player Default: That's right. I was in cryosleep until recently.Interesting. We'll have to talk more about that later. But, time presses.Jack: Is there anything else before we get going?A1a
314000F0E18Player Default: I don't know what you're talking about.Suit yourself. It doesn't matter right now.Jack: Is there anything else before we get going?B1a
315000F0E17Player Default: I don't see what that has to do with anything.You're right. I was just curious.Jack: Is there anything else before we get going?X1a
316000F0E16Player Default: What makes you think that?Hmm. Patterns of speech. General demeanor. Physical health.Y1a
317You reminded me of the old days the moment I laid eyes on you. I just didn't put my finger on it until now.Jack: Is there anything else before we get going?Y1b
318000F0E08Player Default: Interesting. We'll have to talk more about that later. But, time presses.{impatiently} Is there anything else before we get going?A1a
319MS09Mission3IntroQuestion1000F0E21Player Default: I assume this serum has something to do with Lorenzo and that alien artifact he found.Yes. As you probably guessed, my father is the source of the serum.Wilhelmina: Jack! Are you sure it's wise, telling him all this?A1a
320Player Default: I assume this serum has something to do with Lorenzo and that alien artifact he found.You're right. It's past time you knew.Wilhelmina: Jack! Are you sure it's wise, telling him all this?A2a
321000F0E20Player Default: I've heard enough of your crazy bullshit.{Irritated} Then just do what you're being paid to do.Jack: Before we go, I need you to understand something.B1a
322000F0E1FPlayer Default: If you're 400 years old, then you were born before the Great War.Yes. I think you were, too. I'd say... mid 21st century?Player Default: That's right. I was in cryosleep until recently.X1a
323000F0E1EPlayer Default: Where do you get this serum from?As you probably guessed, my father is the source of the serum.Wilhelmina: Jack! Are you sure it's wise, telling him all this?Y1a
324Player Default: Where do you get this serum from?My father, Lorenzo Cabot, is... confined in Parsons.Y2a
325He became dangerously unstable after handling an artifact he found on an archaeological dig in Arabia.Y2b
326He gained various seemingly paranormal powers... as well as becoming increasingly irrational and violent.Y2c
327{Depressed} In the end, I had no choice but to confine him - for his own safety as well as ours.Wilhelmina: Jack! Are you sure it's wise, telling him all this?Y2d
328000F0E0DWilhelmina: Jack! Are you sure it's wise, telling him all this?In the course of my attempts to cure him, I discovered that the artifact had introduced... anomalies into his blood.A1a
329So, the source of his insanity is also the basis of the treatments that have prolonged all our lives. The irony isn't lost on me.Player Default: We'd better get to Parsons right away then.A1b
330MS09Mission3IntroQuestion2000F0E09But if he were to escape from Parsons, I would lose my father forever. I will not allow that to happen.A1a
331Not to mention that the artifact has made him paranoid, homicidally violent, and endowed with extraordinary abilities.Player Default: We'd better get to Parsons right away then.A1b
33200075437Player Default: We'd better get to Parsons right away then.Exactly right.A1a
33300075436Player Default: Being locked up for 200 years by your own son might make anyone a bit grumpy.I'm getting tired of your constant gibes. Just do what you're being paid to do.B1a
334Player Default: Being locked up for 200 years by your own son might make anyone a bit grumpy.Just do what you're being paid to do.B2a
33500075435Player Default: Then I guess we'd better make sure he doesn't get loose.Exactly right.X1a
33600075434Player Default: Exactly what abilities does he have?Enhanced strength. Unusual resistance to most kinds of physical damage.Y1a
337Oh, and a kind of local telekinesis, which appears to be projected by the artifact itself.Y1b
338That's why I've built a dampening field into his cell. Which is why we really need to stop these intruders before they turn it off.Y1c
339MS09Mission3JackEnd01000A7D16{Pleading} We didn't have any other choice, did we?Player Default: It was the only option left.A
340000F4944Player Default: It was the only option left.{sadly - you were close to saving your father / Depressed} I hope you're right. I think this time I really was close to finding a way to cure him...Jack: His crimes, back when he was free... It was only because of my family's influence that he ended up here rather than on Death Row.A1a
341000F4943Player Default: There must have been another way.{Depressed} I wish that were true. But I don't think so.B1a
342{Somber} He would have killed us, and then the rest of my family. And that would have only been the beginning.Jack: His crimes, back when he was free... It was only because of my family's influence that he ended up here rather than on Death Row.B1b
343000F4942Player Default: You're going to have to decide that for yourself.{Somber} I know. He would have killed both of us, of course. And then the rest of my family. And that would only have been the beginning.Jack: His crimes, back when he was free... It was only because of my family's influence that he ended up here rather than on Death Row.X1a
344000F4941Player Default: What would he have done if he'd gotten free?{Somber} Oh, he would have killed both of us. And then the rest of my family. And that would only have been the beginning.Jack: His crimes, back when he was free... It was only because of my family's influence that he ended up here rather than on Death Row.Y1a
345000F493CPlayer Default: I hope you're right. I think this time I really was close to finding a way to cure him...{Somber} His crimes, back when he was free... It was only because of my family's influence that he ended up here rather than on Death Row.A1a
346{Sad} The world now... it's a world made for monsters. Nothing could have stopped him.Jack: No. I've answered my own question. We truly had no choice.A1b
347000F493BJack: The world now... it's a world made for monsters. Nothing could have stopped him.{Depressed} No. I've answered my own question. We truly had no choice.Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.A1a
348000F493APlayer Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.{Grateful} I'm surprised to hear you say that, but... thank you.Jack: Before you go... I couldn't have done this without your help.A1a
349Player Default: I'm sorry about Lorenzo.{Grateful} Thank you. I appreciate that.Jack: Before you go... I couldn't have done this without your help.A2a
350000F4939Player Default: You're just sorry that you lost your source of immortality juice.{Disgust} I don't care what you think any more.Jack: Before you go... I couldn't have done this without your help.B1a
351000F4938Player Default: Looks like I'm out of a job.{Tired} Yes. Without Parsons to maintain, I don't see a need for your services.Jack: Before you go... I couldn't have done this without your help.X1a
352000F4937Player Default: What now?{Depressed} I need to bury my father, and shut down this place. I won't be back here again.Jack: Before you go... I couldn't have done this without your help.Y1a
353000F4932Player Default: I'm surprised to hear you say that, but... thank you.{Thinking} Before you go... I couldn't have done this without your help.A1a
354{Tired} I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.Player Default: Great, thanks.A1b
355000F4931Player Default: Great, thanks.{Depressed} Well, goodbye. I'd like to mourn my father in peace.Jack: You're right. I shouldn't hold a grudge after all your help.A1a
356Player Default: Great, thanks.{Thinking} One more thing. I've done so much research on the artifact... I may be able to do something with it.Jack: Come back and see me at Cabot House in a week or so. All my research may not have been completely in vain.A2a
357000F492EPlayer Default: You don't need me any more?{Tired} No, without Parsons to run, I don't think I'll need such an extensive staff.Player Default: Great, thanks.Y1a
358000F4929Player Default: Well, goodbye. I'd like to mourn my father in peace.{Awed} You're right. I shouldn't hold a grudge after all your help.Jack: You know... I was so close to understanding the artifact... now that I can study it directly, I may be able to do something useful with it.A1a
359Player Default: Well, goodbye. I'd like to mourn my father in peace.{Stern} No. I don't think so. Now please leave me to mourn my father in peace.A2a
360MS09Mission3JackEndExtraReward000FE79A{Grateful} You're right, you're right. I'm a little muddled at the moment. Let me think...Jack: You know... I was so close to understanding the artifact... now that I can study it directly, I may be able to do something useful with it.A1a
361000F4928Jack: You're right, you're right. I'm a little muddled at the moment. Let me think...{Thinking} You know... I was so close to understanding the artifact... now that I can study it directly, I may be able to do something useful with it.Jack: Come back and see me at Cabot House in a week or so. All my research may not have been completely in vain.A1a
362000F4927Jack: You know... I was so close to understanding the artifact... now that I can study it directly, I may be able to do something useful with it.{Thinking} Come back and see me at Cabot House in a week or so. All my research may not have been completely in vain.A1a
363Jack: You know... I was so close to understanding the artifact... now that I can study it directly, I may be able to do something useful with it.{Thinking} Come back in a week or so. All my research may not have been completely in vain.A2a
364MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardScene01000F3BA5Player Default: I suppose it's time you knew.{Concerned} My father, Lorenzo Cabot, is confined here, in a specially constructed cell in the basement.A1a
365{Worried} He became dangerously unstable after handling an ancient artifact he brought back from a dig in Arabia.A1b
366{Somber} In the end, I had no choice but to confine him - for his own safety as well as ours.Player Default: Sounds like you did the right thing.A1c
367Player Default: I suppose it's time you knew.You may have guessed by now that my family and I have lived for a very long time, thanks to the serum derived from my father's blood.A2a
368I discovered the alterations to his blood in some of my earliest attempts to remove the artifact.A2b
369I eventually isolated the anomalous compounds, which led to the serum treatment we still use.Player Default: Would you be willing to share some of that immortality juice with me?A2c
370Player Default: I suppose it's time you knew.{Concerned} It's hard to overstate exactly how dangerous the artifact has made Lorenzo.A3a
371{Worried} In addition to being homicidally psychotic, he has also gained enhanced strength and unusual resistance to most kinds of physical damage.A3b
372{Worried} He also commands a kind of local telekinesis, which appears to be projected by the artifact itself.Jack: Now, we need to get to the basement before these intruders find a way to set Lorenzo free. Follow me.A3c
3730007644APlayer Default: I'm not going any further until you tell me what's going on.{Tired} I suppose it's time you knew.Jack: My father, Lorenzo Cabot, is confined here, in a specially constructed cell in the basement.B1a
374MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneIntro000BDD0EEdward: I'm not dead yet. But I don't think I can get up.{Worried} You kept them from using the elevator?Edward: Yeah. I... I sent the elevator down to the basement like you wanted and shut it down.A1a
375000BDD0CEdward: Yeah. I... I sent the elevator down to the basement like you wanted and shut it down.{Relieved} Good.Edward: Shot quite a few of them before they decided to leave me alone in here.A1a
376000BDD0BJack: We'll have to go through the abandoned part of the building.{Worried} It looks like the Abremalin field is still functioning, although several of the security doors in the basement have already been breached.A1a
377{Worried} We'd better hurry if we want to stop them. They seem determined to reach Lorenzo for some reason.A1b
3780007644FJack: Well, then don't worry about it. Me and your friend here will have to take care of things ourselves.{Worried} They've definitely reached the basement, although I don't understand how they knew how to get past... it doesn't matter now.Jack: We'll have to go through the abandoned part of the building.A1a
37900055C61{Worried} Edward! How badly are you hurt?Edward: I'm not dead yet. But I don't think I can get up.A1a
38000055C5FJack: They've definitely reached the basement, although I don't understand how they knew how to get past... it doesn't matter now.{Concerned} We'll have to go through the abandoned part of the building.Jack: It looks like the Abremalin field is still functioning, although several of the security doors in the basement have already been breached.A1a
38100076452Edward: Haven't seen anybody for quite a while. I think. It's hard to keep track of time.{Question} Are you sure you can't get up? I could really use your help.Edward: Yeah, Jack, I'm pretty damn sure.A1a
38200076450Edward: Yeah, Jack, I'm pretty damn sure.{Concerned} Well, then don't worry about it. Me and your friend here will have to take care of things ourselves.Jack: They've definitely reached the basement, although I don't understand how they knew how to get past... it doesn't matter now.A1a
383MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneOutro00076A7C{Worried} Now, we need to get to the basement before these intruders find a way to set Lorenzo free. Follow me.Edward: Be careful, Jack.A1a
384{Stern} Just follow my instructions and everything will be fine.Edward: Be careful, Jack.A2a
385MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneQuestion100076A84Player Default: Sounds like you did the right thing.{Depressed} I didn't see any alternative. I've devoted all my efforts since then to try to figure out how to remove the artifact.Jack: You may have guessed by now that my family and I have lived for a very long time, thanks to the serum derived from my father's blood.A1a
38600076A82Player Default: He must have been really crazy to stand out in your family.{Irritated} If you think I'm "crazy", you haven't actually met someone like my father.X1a
387{Worried} If he was to get free in his current condition, slaughtering me and my family would be only the start of his reign of terror.Jack: Now, we need to get to the basement before these intruders find a way to set Lorenzo free. Follow me.X1b
38800076A81Player Default: Are you saying your father has been locked up here since it was built?{Tired} That's right. Almost... 400 years now.Player Default: You don't look a day over 200.Y1a
389MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneQuestion2000F3BA3Player Default: I'm glad you find this situation so amusing.{Concerned} The artifact that caused Lorenzo's psychosis also introduced... anomalies into his blood.A1a
390{Concerned} I discovered that these caused a variety of side effects - one of them being to drastically slow or halt the aging process.A1b
391000781E4Player Default: You don't look a day over 200.{Irritated} I'm glad you find this situation so amusing.Jack: The artifact that caused Lorenzo's psychosis also introduced... anomalies into his blood.A1a
392000781E3Player Default: I don't believe you.{Tired} That's why I usually don't bother trying to explain my family's unusual situation.Jack: The artifact that caused Lorenzo's psychosis also introduced... anomalies into his blood.B1a
393MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneQuestion3000781DBPlayer Default: Would you be willing to share some of that immortality juice with me?{considering / Thinking} Maybe. But remember, if Lorenzo gets free, the source of the serum will be gone.Jack: It's hard to overstate exactly how dangerous the artifact has made Lorenzo.A1a
394000781DAPlayer Default: So you've been keeping your father imprisoned here so you could stay young forever?{Stern} Not at all!B1a
395{Defiant} That was merely a serendipitous benefit of my research - which has allowed me to continue working on finding a cure.Jack: It's hard to overstate exactly how dangerous the artifact has made Lorenzo.B1b
396000781D9Player Default: I guess it's lucky for you that you never found a way to cure Lorenzo.{Stern} I wouldn't call it lucky. He is my father, after all. I've spent years searching for some way to remove the artifact without killing him.X1a
397{Defiant} So far... nothing but dead ends. But I haven't given up. And I never will.Jack: It's hard to overstate exactly how dangerous the artifact has made Lorenzo.X1b
398000781D8Player Default: Why can't you remove the artifact?{Worried} When Lorenzo put it on, it somehow fused itself with his nervous system. All my early attempts to remove it nearly killed him.Y1a
399{Concerned} Since then, I've confined myself to trying to understand how it works in the hopes of neutralizing or disabling it.Jack: It's hard to overstate exactly how dangerous the artifact has made Lorenzo.Y1b
400MS09Mission3ParsonsExterior01001632C0Jack: We need to get to my office. From there we can see how bad things really are.{Stern} Okay. Stick close, follow my orders, and I'm sure everything will be fine. Let's go.A1a
401000F18A6{Worried} Almost there. Let's hope we're not too late.Jack: Edward's men seem to have given a good account of themselves. But not good enough, sadly.A1a
40200076454Jack: Edward's men seem to have given a good account of themselves. But not good enough, sadly.{Worried} We need to get to my office. From there we can see how bad things really are.Jack: Okay. Stick close, follow my orders, and I'm sure everything will be fine. Let's go.A1a
40300076359Jack: Almost there. Let's hope we're not too late.{surveying the scene of a battle / Somber} Edward's men seem to have given a good account of themselves. But not good enough, sadly.Jack: We need to get to my office. From there we can see how bad things really are.A1a
404MS09Mission3ParsonsInterior01000BDD04Jack: We'll have to find a way around.{whispering / Conspiratorial} Wait. Listen... Get ready.A1a
4050007644D{Disgust} Damn. The door is blocked from the other side somehow.Jack: We'll have to find a way around.A1a
4060007644CJack: Damn. The door is blocked from the other side somehow.{Worried} We'll have to find a way around.Jack: Wait. Listen... Get ready.A1a
407MS09Mission3ParsonsInterior02000BA3E0{rerecord - just a short remark almost to yourself as you unbar a door / Confident} There.Jack: We never used this wing. Nobody's been in here for decades.A1a
408000BA3DFJack: There.{Concerned} We never used this wing. Nobody's been in here for decades.A1a
409{Worried} There's no telling what we'll run into.A1b
410MS09Mission3ParsonsInterior03002214DEJack: Good. The old utility elevator is still working.This will take us to the basement.A1a
411001A7CB7{Concerned} What a mess. Let's hope we can find a way through.Jack: The utility elevator is on the bottom floor. Come on.A1a
412001A7CB6Jack: What a mess. Let's hope we can find a way through.{Confident} The utility elevator is on the bottom floor. Come on.Jack: Good. The old utility elevator is still working.A1a
41300126FEAJack: This will take us to the basement.Come on. This is the only way down.A2a
414Jack: This will take us to the basement.Over here.A3a
415Jack: This will take us to the basement.{Irritated} Let's go.A4a
41600126FE9Jack: The utility elevator is on the bottom floor. Come on.{Stern} Good. The old utility elevator is still working.Jack: This will take us to the basement.A1a
417MS09Mission3ParsonsInterior04000BA3DE{Stern} Kill everyone you see. Don't hesitate. We can't let them release Lorenzo.A1a
418MS09Mission3ParsonsInterior05001A7CB4Lorenzo: Hello, Jack. It's been a long time since I've had the pleasure of a personal visit.{Stern} Father. I will stop this.Lorenzo: My powers have grown, Jack. The artifact still has so much to teach me. Once I am free, I will be happy to teach you, too.A1a
419001A7CB2Lorenzo: My powers have grown, Jack. The artifact still has so much to teach me. Once I am free, I will be happy to teach you, too.{Stern} You know I can't let you out until I can remove the artifact.Jack: Let me see... Lucifer's balls. They've locked down all the security doors.A1a
420000F445B{Disbelief} Those idiots are trying to shut down the Abremalin field! That's the only thing keeping Lorenzo from breaking out of there.Jack: We need to get in there and stop them.A1a
421000F445AJack: Those idiots are trying to shut down the Abremalin field! That's the only thing keeping Lorenzo from breaking out of there.{Worried} We need to get in there and stop them.Lorenzo: Hello, Jack. It's been a long time since I've had the pleasure of a personal visit.A1a
422000F4459Jack: Let me see... Lucifer's balls. They've locked down all the security doors.{Worried} I'll have to open them one by one from here while you work your way down the hallway. Quickly now!A1a
423000BA3DDJack: You know I can't let you out until I can remove the artifact.{Worried} Let me see... Lucifer's balls. They've locked down all the security doors.Jack: I'll have to open them one by one from here while you work your way down the hallway. Quickly now!A1a
424MS09ParsonsBossRoomFreeLorenzo001A8948Lorenzo: Ahh. At long last. You did the right thing. You'll see.{Afraid} Father, don't do this.Lorenzo: Too late, Jack. Why don't you wait there so that we can have that little chat that's so long overdue.A1a
42500077EB3{Afraid} You fool! No!Jack: Father, don't do this.A1a
42600077EB1Lorenzo: Too late, Jack. Why don't you wait there so that we can have that little chat that's so long overdue.{Afraid} Get away while you can!A1a
427MS09ParsonsBossRoomKillLorenzo00077EB8{Confident} That's it! Don't worry, the zeta radiation won't harm you.Jack: I'm sorry father. I did everything I could to avoid this. I believe I was close to finding a way to remove the artifact.A1a
42800077EB7Jack: That's it! Don't worry, the zeta radiation won't harm you.{Sad} I'm sorry father. I did everything I could to avoid this. I believe I was close to finding a way to remove the artifact.Lorenzo: Liar! You would have fed upon me here forever if you had your way!A1a
42900077EB5Lorenzo: Puny worm, do you truly think you have the power to destroy me?{Sad} Goodbye, father.A1a
430MS09ParsonsBossRoomLorenzoEscapes000F4946Lorenzo: Ah. Yes.{Disgust} You fool! Why didn't you do as I asked?Companion: Why the hell did you let him go?A1a
431MS09ParsonsBossRoomScene01001A8947Lorenzo: That's it. I can feel my strength returning. Now I will finally be free!{Afraid} There's still one chance... I just need a moment to enter the failsafe codes...Lorenzo: Don't listen to my son. He's the crazy one. You know this. Look at what he's done to me.A1a
432Lorenzo: That's it. I can feel my strength returning. Now I will finally be free!{Afraid} Kill them quickly!Lorenzo: Don't listen to my son. He's the crazy one. You know this. Look at what he's done to me.A3a
433Lorenzo: That's it. I can feel my strength returning. Now I will finally be free!{Afraid} We can still stop him, if you act quickly.Lorenzo: Don't listen to my son. He's the crazy one. You know this. Look at what he's done to me.A4a
434Lorenzo: That's it. I can feel my strength returning. Now I will finally be free!{Afraid} Hurry! It won't be long before nothing can hold him!Lorenzo: Don't listen to my son. He's the crazy one. You know this. Look at what he's done to me.A5a
435000BAD58Jack: There's still one chance... I just need a moment to enter the failsafe codes...{Worried} It's not too late. It will take some time for him to regain his powers. We still have a chance to stop him.Lorenzo: Don't listen to my son. He's the crazy one. You know this. Look at what he's done to me.A1a
43600077EBCLorenzo: Don't listen to my son. He's the crazy one. You know this. Look at what he's done to me.{urgently / Worried} I built a failsafe into the containment grid.A1a
437{urgently / Worried} Switch the four Abremalin generators to "manual override" and I can flood his cell with a lethal dose of zeta radiation.Lorenzo: Do the right thing and open this door and let me out.A1b
438MS09ParsonsBossRoomScene0200077EBA{Confident} Now just set the last generator and I can end this. I think there's still time.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A1a
439{Worried} Two more to go. Hurry. We're running out of time.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A2a
440{Confident} Yes! Now set the other three generators and I can end this.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A3a
441{Worried} You've got to set the other generators before it's too late.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A4a
442{Worried} As soon as you set the Abramelin generators I can end this.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A5a
443{Afraid} Do not listen to him! This is what he does. Surely you can see that!Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A6a
444{Afraid} He's lying!Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A7a
445{Afraid} Don't listen to him! Do not let him out!Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A8a
446{Afraid} Hurry. His powers are returning.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A9a
447{Afraid} If you don't set the generators soon, he'll free himself and then we're all dead.Lorenzo: Everything my son has told you about me is a self-serving lie. That must be obvious now.A10a
448MS09ParsonsBossRoomSceneIntro00077EBDJack: I'm opening the main door. Hurry!{Afraid} The Abremalin field is down!A1a
4490001317A{Worried} I'm opening the main door. Hurry!Jack: The Abremalin field is down!A1a
450-000A7D16Not now.A
45100106D1ANow! While he's weakened!
452This is our chance, while the zeta radiation has weakened him!
453Now's our chance!
454Hurry, before the effect wears off!
455{Worried} No question now that these are the ones that stole the serum.
456{Worried} Look out! This one's taken the serum!
457{Worried} Damn, are they all on the serum?
458{Worried} A little help here - he's on the serum.
459{Worried} She's going to be hard to stop, thanks to the serum.
460{Concerned} They certainly seem to have arrived in force.
461{Concerned} We can't let them hold us up.
462{Worried} Time is of the essence. Kill them quickly.
4630001B361{Angry} This is my property. You are trespassing.
464{Angry} We don't have time for this.
465{Surprised} More of them?
466{Disgust} For god's sake, how many of these bastards are there?
46700049591{Sad} Mother has... passed. She just couldn't survive for long without the serum.
468{Somber} At least no one was killed.
469{Sad} I'm sorry about Edward. He was a loyal companion for a very long time.
470{Sad} I don't know what I'm going to do without Emogene.
471{Angry} Mother would still be alive if you hadn't been such a fool!
472{Angry} You should have listened to me, and none of this would have happened!
473{Disgust} You see now that I was right about Lorenzo. Too late, of course.
474{bitterly / Angry} This was all so unnecessary.
475{Stern} Don't hesitate.
476{Afraid} We can't let them free Lorenzo.
477{Angry} There's no time to waste talking.
478{Worried} If they manage to free Lorenzo before I can stop them... it's not worth thinking about.
479{Concerned} This place has really fallen to pieces over the years.
480{Worried} We'd better stick together in here.
481{Worried} This doesn't look good.
482{Worried} I hope Edward is all right.
483{Worried} We need to get to my office.
484{Concerned} We need to get to Parsons.
485{Concerned} Just follow me.
486{Concerned} Come on, we need to find out what's happening at Parsons.
487{Worried} We need to hurry.
488One moment.
489Wait.
490Not now.
491{Sad} Leave me in peace. I need to mourn my father.
492{Sarcastic} Good luck persuading Emogene to come home.
493{Irritated} Emogene runs off like this mainly to provoke Mother. And by extension, irritate me.
494{Irritated} Mother won't stop pestering me about Emogene. As if I don't have anything else to worry about.
495You should talk to Edward if you need anything.
496I'm busy. Please go away.
497I thought I told you not to bother me.
498Oh, it's you.
499Ah, hello.
500Good to see you again.
50100049588{unfazed - with a smile} I'm sorry to hear you say that. But not surprised. Perhaps one day I will succeed in changing your mind.
502I'm glad to hear you say that. I would love to sit down and discuss some of my methods in more detail.

MS09MiscJackRewardEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
503MS09MiscJackRewardScene000F4926Ah, you're back. Good news!JackCabot: I figured out how to access the artifact's telekinesis effect.A
504000F4925NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Good news!I figured out how to access the artifact's telekinesis effect.JackCabot: I've hooked it up to this old laser rifle.A1a
505000F4924JackCabot: I figured out how to access the artifact's telekinesis effect.I've hooked it up to this old laser rifle.A1a
506There's no way to control it without direct neural input - for better or worse, all of that was destroyed when my father died.A1b
507But you still have a rather powerful directed force. Here, see what you think.Player Default: You made a neat gun. Thanks.A1c
508000F4923Player Default: You made a neat gun. Thanks.I hope you find some use for it.JackCabot: As for myself... I don't know.A1a
509000F4922Player Default: I'd prefer something that kills people.Well, maybe you'll still find some use for it. I don't want it. It just reminds me of my father.JackCabot: As for myself... I don't know.B1a
510000F4921Player Default: I hope it works.Well, I've tested it in the lab. But there's nothing like some good field testing to really shake out the kinks.JackCabot: As for myself... I don't know.X1a
511000F4920Player Default: How does it work?It uses standard energy cells for power - the artifact's internal power supply was destroyed.Y1a
512Otherwise... point and shoot. It doesn't kill people but you may still be able to find some use for it.JackCabot: As for myself... I don't know.Y1b
513000F491BPlayer Default: I hope you find some use for it.As for myself... I don't know.A1a
514Maybe I'll finally travel to the Southwest. My father was always convinced that there was another alien city buried somewhere in the Mojave Desert.A1b

RESceneKMK_MS09JackEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
515RESceneKMK_MS09JackEnding001423D6Let's go, Edward.EdwardDeegan: Right behind you, Jack.A1a
516RESceneKMK_MS09JackScene001423E0{Happy} Well, how about this! Fancy meeting you out here.Player Default: I'm glad to see you're getting out and about.A
517{Disgust} I never expected to run into you again.Player Default: I'm glad to see you're getting out and about.A
518{Puzzled} Yes?Player Default: I'm glad to see you're getting out and about.A
519001423DEPlayer Default: I'm glad to see you're getting out and about.Hmm. Well, now that my time isn't entirely taken up with my father's condition, I thought I should get out and see the world a bit.JackCabot: Maybe you can help me. I've been looking for some things for a new research project.A1a
520001423DDPlayer Default: I thought I was through with your crazy bullshit.{Angry} Likewise.B1a
521Player Default: I thought I was through with your crazy bullshit.Of course. But before you go, maybe you can help me with something.JackCabot: I need a large quantity of fiber optics. I'd be glad to purchase any that you have.B2a
522001423DCPlayer Default: Is there something you need?{Irritated} No. In fact, I'd just as soon we don't cross paths again.X1a
523Player Default: Is there something you need?{Friendly} Well, as a matter of fact, I've been looking for some things for a new research project.JackCabot: I need a large quantity of fiber optics. I'd be glad to purchase any that you have.X2a
524001423DBPlayer Default: What are you doing out here?{Irritated} I don't see what that is to you.Y1a
525Player Default: What are you doing out here?I decided it was time to get out more. See the world a bit. Figure out what to do with the rest of my life.JackCabot: Maybe you can help me. I've been looking for some things for a new research project.Y2a
526RESceneKMK_MS09JackSceneVendor001423D2{Puzzled} Maybe you can help me. I've been looking for some things for a new research project.JackCabot: I need a large quantity of fiber optics. I'd be glad to purchase any that you have.A1a
527001423D1JackCabot: Maybe you can help me. I've been looking for some things for a new research project.{Friendly} I need a large quantity of fiber optics. I'd be glad to purchase any that you have.JackCabot: I'm sure I can give you a better price than most any common trader.A1a
528JackCabot: Maybe you can help me. I've been looking for some things for a new research project.{Friendly} If you have anything that contains circuitry, I'd be glad to purchase it from you.JackCabot: I'm sure I can give you a better price than most any common trader.A2a
529JackCabot: Maybe you can help me. I've been looking for some things for a new research project.{Friendly} If you have anything containing nuclear material, I'd be happy to purchase it from you.JackCabot: I'm sure I can give you a better price than most any common trader.A3a
530001423D0JackCabot: I need a large quantity of fiber optics. I'd be glad to purchase any that you have.{Amused} I'm sure I can give you a better price than most any common trader.Player Default: Sure, let me see if I have any.A1a
531001423CFPlayer Default: Sure, let me see if I have any.{Grateful} I appreciate you taking the time.A1a
532001423CEPlayer Default: I'm not interested in selling anything right now.{Apologetic} Suit yourself. I just thought I'd ask.B1a
533001423CDPlayer Default: Let me see if I have anything like that on me.{Grateful} Thank you for checking.X1a
534001423CCPlayer Default: What do you need it for?{Apologetic} Oh, well, I'm not quite ready to discuss it publicly. It's early days yet. Might not work out. I'm sure you understand.Player Default: Sure, let me see if I have any.Y1a