Julie Farkas is the leader of the struggling New Vegas branch of the Followers of the Apocalypse. The branch really needs medical supplies, but no one has been generous enough to give a helping hand. They're simply ill-equipped to help the residents of Freeside because of the rough life Freeside residents lead. She can often be found in
western tower of the Old Mormon Fort, where she sleeps and treats people.
Wild Card: Finishing Touches: The player can ask her for the Followers to help keep peace in the New Vegas region when New Vegas becomes fully independent.
Friend of the Followers: Julie is worried about the supply of medical equipment they have at the Old Mormon Fort and asks you to ask around to see if they can get a steady supply. The player can also donate medicine to her.
Long-Term Care: Julie wants to strike a deal with some local merchants to keep their chem supply flowing.
When you first talk to Julie Farkas, she will ask if you can spare any medical supplies. Giving her supplies increases Followers fame, and if you give her enough supplies, she will offer to sell you skill magazines and her medical supplies at a discount.
After completing High Times, she will give you 1 stimpak, RadAway or Fixer every 24 hours. The Fixer and RadAway can be traded back to her for XP and Followers of the Apocalypse fame.
Also, after completing High Times and raising your fame with the Followers of the Apocalypse to Idolized, Julie will ask you to join the Followers. It appears that the trigger to this invitation is tied to providing her an abundance of medical supplies, which is reached when she makes the above-mentioned offer of magazines and purchase discounts. Upon joining, you will be given the Followers lab coat and the key to the Followers safehouse
"The big man around here is The King. Not much happens in Freeside that he doesn't know about. He has the most influence locally, and some of his crew haven't helped the situation by harassing NCR citizens and charging double for water. Some NCR soldiers have been bringing in supplies, but none of it is going to Freeside locals. I've tried to speak to both sides to no avail."
"There is always something needing done. A few souls here in Freeside could be great assets to the community, if they'd kick their addictions. We need to get a regular supply of medicine organized, but the Crimson Caravan wants too many caps for what we need. Lastly, tensions between the townies and NCR tourists have been going downhill fast lately. A lot of innocent people will get hurt if things blow up."
"Our aim is to gradually shape a better brighter future for the wasteland. We seek to heal the planet through efforts not unlike the medicine and education we offer here in the Old Mormon Fort. All we ask is members and those seeking aid do their best to help those in need when the opportunity arises."
"We arose from the Boneyards of Adytum years ago. Since then, we have made it our mission to rebuild the wasteland and reeducate its inhabitants. We hope to forge a brave new world free of war and poverty by sharing knowledge and resources. Our primary goal is the free exchange of ideas."