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This is a transcript for dialogue with Justin Ayo.

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1DialogueInstituteJustinFirstGreetingScene0001325DCoursers hunt down and reclaim synths that have escaped the Institute.A1b
2{Punch up "relentless"... there's an almost sinister pride here / SinisterSmile} They are highly self-sufficient, trained in combat, infiltration and tracking. In a word, our Coursers are relentless.JustinAyo: But I gather you know all of this, since you've encountered one already.A1c
300012FD8Player Default: I'm sure it's best for everyone if the synths remain here.Certainly. We can't allow sophisticated Institute technology to fall into the wrong hands.A1a
4The results could be disastrous.JustinAyo: Our main instrument is the Courser, a third-generation synth assigned to operate on the surface.A1b
500012F89Player Default: So basically, you're the secret police.Secret police? If that's a pre-war reference, then I'm afraid it's lost on me.JustinAyo: Our main instrument is the Courser, a third-generation synth assigned to operate on the surface.B1a
600012F88Player Default: If the synths want to be free, you should let them.Synths do not want. They might look like human beings, but they are machines.X1a
7{A bit cold and dismissive, the player does not deserve to know more} As to why they're escaping, that matter is currently under investigation.JustinAyo: Our main instrument is the Courser, a third-generation synth assigned to operate on the surface.X1b
80000F4EFJustinAyo: They are highly self-sufficient, trained in combat, infiltration and tracking. In a word, our Coursers are relentless.But I gather you know all of this, since you've encountered one already.A1a
9In fact, I'd very much like to know how you defeated it.Player Default: I'm no stranger to combat.A1b
100000F4D0Player Default: I'm no stranger to combat.Even so, a Courser should be more than a match for any single combatant.JustinAyo: I suppose I'll have to ask Robotics to perform detailed diagnostics on the entire production run. As if we don't have enough problems.A1a
110000F4B1Player Default: I hate to break it to you, but your Courser wasn't all that tough.Then it's likely the unit was defective. It's rare, but faults can occur from time to time.JustinAyo: I suppose I'll have to ask Robotics to perform detailed diagnostics on the entire production run. As if we don't have enough problems.B1a
120000F492Player Default: I guess I just got lucky.That's hardly helpful.JustinAyo: I suppose I'll have to ask Robotics to perform detailed diagnostics on the entire production run. As if we don't have enough problems.X1a
130000F074Player Default: Why does it matter?If there is some defect in Courser combat programming, then it must be identified and corrected.JustinAyo: I suppose I'll have to ask Robotics to perform detailed diagnostics on the entire production run. As if we don't have enough problems.Y1a
14000A7CC8{Measuring, sizing up the player} So, here you are.JustinAyo: Justin Ayo, acting director of the Synth Retention Bureau.A
15001A6AC0JustinAyo: I suppose I'll have to ask Robotics to perform detailed diagnostics on the entire production run. As if we don't have enough problems.{A bit impatient} Now, unless you need something else, I'll get back to work.Player Default: I'd like to know more about the synth reclamation process.A1a
160006818FPlayer Default: No problems here.{Approving, but also forceful and direct} Good to hear.JustinAyo: Now, Father has asked that I provide you with a brief overview of the Synth Retention Bureau.A1a
170006818EPlayer Default: Stay out of my way, or you'll regret it.{Cold, measuring, implying danger} That sounds a bit like a threat. I'm sure I'm just misunderstanding you, though. Threats aren't advisable for someone in your position.JustinAyo: Now, Father has asked that I provide you with a brief overview of the Synth Retention Bureau.B1a
180006818DPlayer Default: I guess we'll find out.Indeed.JustinAyo: Now, Father has asked that I provide you with a brief overview of the Synth Retention Bureau.X1a
190006818CPlayer Default: Why don't you trust me?I'll be honest, you're an outsider.Y1a
20The first outsider to be allowed access to the Institute in quite a long time, in fact. There's little precedent for this situation, so it's only natural to take extra precautions.Y1b
21It's nothing personal, I assure you.JustinAyo: Now, Father has asked that I provide you with a brief overview of the Synth Retention Bureau.Y1c
22Player Default: Why don't you trust me?{Cold} Oh, it's nothing personal. I don't trust anyone.JustinAyo: Now, Father has asked that I provide you with a brief overview of the Synth Retention Bureau.Y2a
2300013AE3JustinAyo: Despite your relation to Father, you're a bit of an unknown quantity.{Neutral} I'm sure you understand. There won't be any... issues, will there?Player Default: No problems here.A1a
240001325DPlayer Default: The results could be disastrous.Our main instrument is the Courser, a third-generation synth assigned to operate on the surface.A1a
250000EFD9Player Default: Even so, a Courser should be more than a match for any single combatant.I suppose I'll have to ask Robotics to perform detailed diagnostics on the entire production run. As if we don't have enough problems.JustinAyo: Now, unless you need something else, I'll get back to work.A1a
2600068195NPCMJustinAyo: So, here you are.{Direct, authoritative} Justin Ayo, acting director of the Synth Retention Bureau.A1a
27{Direct, candid, confrontational} I'll be up front with you. We're going to be keeping a close eye on you for the near future.A1b
28{Direct, candid, confrontational} Despite your relation to Father, you're a bit of an unknown quantity.JustinAyo: I'm sure you understand. There won't be any... issues, will there?A1c
2900013259Player Default: Good to hear.Now, Father has asked that I provide you with a brief overview of the Synth Retention Bureau.A1a
30Our primary responsibility is the recovery of escaped synths that are hiding among the human population on the surface.Player Default: I'm sure it's best for everyone if the synths remain here.A1b
31DialogueInstituteJustinSubsequentScene000A7CC8{A little impatient, not wanting to talk} Yes? What do you need?Player Default: I'd like to know more about the synth reclamation process.A
32{A little impatient, not wanting to talk} What do you want? And please, make it quick.Player Default: I'd like to know more about the synth reclamation process.A
33{A little impatient, not wanting to talk} Yes? What is it?Player Default: I'd like to know more about the synth reclamation process.A
34001A6ABFPlayer Default: I'd like to know more about the synth reclamation process.{Slight irritation, you're getting impatient} Fine.A1a
35Once a Courser has located a rogue synth, it uses that synth's recall code to wipe its memories and render it inert.A1b
36We then begin the delicate process of restoring the neural pathways to their original configuration.A1c
37In those cases where the procedure is successful, the synth returns to duty with no memory of its time on the surface.A1d
38{Tinged with bitterness} All too often, we're unable to repair the damage and are forced to dispose of the unit entirely.A1e
39001A6ABEPlayer Default: I'm good for now, thanks.{A dismissal} Very well.B1a
40001A6ABDPlayer Default: You mentioned that Coursers undergo special training. Tell me more about it.The SRB constantly monitors our gen-3 synth population, looking for specific traits.X1a
41Those who show tenacity, fearlessness and independence undergo a rigorous training regimen.X1b
42We teach them armed and unarmed combat, investigative techniques, psychology and mechanical skills.X1c
43Those who pass a final evaluation become Coursers. The rest have their memories wiped and return to their former duties.X1d
44001A6ABCPlayer Default: If you're the acting head of the SRB, who are you filling in for?{A bit cagey, you don't want to share too much info} Doctor Zimmer holds that position. He's supervising the retrieval of some of the more... 'high profile' units.Y1a
45In his absence, I keep things running smoothly.Y1b
46-000D1302{Skeptical} Either that, or the Coursers have developed a flaw.
47I'll have to look into that more closely, but now is not the time.
48000D12ED{Impatient, annoyed, wondering why the player has stopped talking.} Hello? You there?
4900061C1A{Annoyed, frustrated} If the Robotics division was a little more careful, we wouldn't have synths trying to escape.
50{Serious, even stern... a warning} Coursers on the hunt are relentless. If you see one, you should stay out of its way.
51{Stern} If you see any suspicious synth activity, report it immediately.
52{Stern, almost lecturing} Constant vigilance is vital to preventing synth escapes.
53{Smug, underhanded, the words of a bully} Sometimes you have to lean on the other departments a little to get what you need.

DialogueInstituteSRB1Edit

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54DialogueInstituteAlanaJustin1Scene000C7D7A{Angry, frustrated} I'm seriously thinking of heading over to Robotics to knock some heads together.Alana: What now?A1a
55000C7D78Alana: What now?{Angry, frustrated} They're dragging their feet on the targeting package upgrades I asked for.A1a
56{Angry, frustrated} Maybe I should take some Coursers with me. You know, send a message.Alana: Please don't. There's enough friction as it is between us and pretty much all the other departments.A1b
57000C7D76Alana: Please don't. There's enough friction as it is between us and pretty much all the other departments.{Angry accusation} You going soft on me, Alana?A1a
58My methods get results, and they will this time. You'll see.A1b
59DialogueInstituteAlanaJustin2Scene000D12EB{Curious, a little concerned. X5-76 is "x five seventy six"} Has X5-76 checked in yet?Alana: Not that I'm aware of.A1a
60{Curious, a little concerned} Any new data from the northwest sector? It's been quiet up there.Alana: Not that I'm aware of.A2a
61{Matter-of-fact} Any new leads on that sighting in Quincy?Alana: Not that I'm aware of.A3a
62000D12E9Alana: Not that I'm aware of.{Mild concern} Hm, better keep an eye on that.A1a
63Alana: Not that I'm aware of.Let's hope we hear something soon.A2a
64DialogueInstituteAlanaJustin3Scene000D12E7Alana: Just heard from robotics. Sounds like the Courser upgrades have been rescheduled for next month.{Frustrated, angry} Bastards are dragging their feet just to make a point.A1a
65Alana: Just heard from robotics. Sounds like the Courser upgrades have been rescheduled for next month.{Very bitter & sarcastic.} Great. That's just great.A2a
66Alana: Just heard from robotics. Sounds like the Courser upgrades have been rescheduled for next month.{Frustrated, angry} This is such bullshit. They're doing this just to piss me off.A3a
67DialogueInstituteSRB4Scene000D12E5Alana: Just had a sighting near Poseidon Energy.{Eager} Who's in that sector?Alana: Right now, just X2-71A1a
68Alana: Just had a sighting near Poseidon Energy.{Eager, hopeful} Tell me we've got a unit out that way.Alana: Right now, just X2-71A2a
69Alana: Just had a sighting near Poseidon Energy.{Eager} Remind who's covering that area.Alana: Right now, just X2-71A3a
70000D12E3Alana: Right now, just X2-71Set him loose, then.A1a
71Alana: Right now, just X2-71{Firm, confident} Let's start a track.A2a
72Alana: Right now, just X2-71{Firm, commanding} Send orders to investigate and pursue.A3a
73DialogueInstituteSRBScene60016913FInstituteScientist: If we do that, we'll be down to the minimum number of on-site units.{Angry / Angry} We don't have a choice. Let's hope those geniuses in Robotics get off their asses and provide us with some new units.A1a
7400169143InstituteScientist: Doctor Ayo, we've had a...uh...situation in the field.{Irritated / Irritated} What is it this time?InstituteScientist: One of our Courser teams was ambushed by raiders. They survived, but suffered severe damage and can't relay back.A1a
7500169141InstituteScientist: One of our Courser teams was ambushed by raiders. They survived, but suffered severe damage and can't relay back.{Frustrated / Irritated} Damnit! It's not like I have a limitless number of Coursers to put in the field.A1a
76{Frustrated} Alright, send two Coursers for the extraction. Tell them to proceed with caution, those raiders might still be around.InstituteScientist: If we do that, we'll be down to the minimum number of on-site units.A1b
77DialogueInstituteSRBScene700169124InstituteScientist: Doctor, we've located a group of abandoned gen-1 synths on the surface. How should we proceed?{Serious. / Stern} Interesting...Engage with extreme aggression, these gen-ones are likely to be hostile.InstituteScientist: The Coursers will destroy them, shouldn't we try to reclaim them in an operational state?A1a
7800169122InstituteScientist: The Coursers will destroy them, shouldn't we try to reclaim them in an operational state?{Neutral} Then we'll strip them for parts once they get back here.A1a
79Find me when they've returned.InstituteScientist: Yes, of course.A1b

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80DN036_PostInstJustin0010E696PlayerVoiceFemale01: I ran across an old woman named Phyllis Daily who thinks she's a synth.{Irritated} Ugh, again? Probably nothing, but we can never be too careful I guess. I'll send a Courser for clean up.A1a
81{Sarcastic} I guess you want something for your trouble? Fine, here. Take it and go.A1b

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82InstituteHolotapeWatchers
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001AC83F{Making an audio journal. You're pleased with an experiment. Should have a sinister note (it's a spy program)} Watcher initiative testing log, entry six. Acting Director Justin Ayo speaking.A1a
83{Making an audio journal. You're pleased with an experiment. Should have a sinister note (it's a spy program)} We've concluded the third round of surface testing, and the results are promising.A1b
84{Making an audio journal. You're pleased with an experiment. Should have a sinister note (it's a spy program)} We're receiving valuable data across a broad spectrum and in real-time.A1c
85{Making an audio journal. You're pleased with an experiment. Should have a sinister note (it's a spy program)} With the improved monitoring, I'm confident we'll be able to expand our operations on the surface.A1d
86{Making an audio journal. You're pleased with an experiment. Should have a sinister note (it's a spy program)} I intend to request additional units from Robotics for immediate deployment in Diamond City.A1e
87{Making an audio journal. You're pleased with an experiment. Should have a sinister note (it's a spy program)} End log entry.A1f

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88-00199A0D{Impressed, pleased. B5-92 is "b five ninety-two".} My compliments on getting B5-92 back to us so quickly.
89{Impressed, pleased. X6-88 is "x six eighty-eight".} X6-88 sounded very impressed with your work at Libertalia. He doesn't give praise lightly. Well done.
90{Impressed, pleased. B5-92 is "b five ninety-two".} Unit B5-92 is undergoing the reclamation process as we speak. Before long, he'll be back in the work force.
91{Impressed, pleased. B5-92 is "b five ninety-two".} Thanks to you, unit B5-92 is back in service and operating at full capacity.
92{Disappointed, critical / Concerned} Your mission was to reclaim the rogue synth, not destroy it.
93{Disappointed, critical / Concerned} I'll be honest with you. I'm disappointed in your inability to recover that rogue synth.
94{Disappointed, critical / Concerned} We needed that rogue synth back here. I hope you'll do better next time.

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95Inst303DirectorateFatherScene00055BF5Madison: Seems a poor choice.How can you possibly justify this? He isn't one of us... he isn't even a scientist!Shaun: Ignoring your borderline-insubordinate tone, I will simply say this.A1a
96Madison: Seems a poor choice.How can you possibly justify this? She isn't one of us... she isn't even a scientist!Shaun: Ignoring your borderline-insubordinate tone, I will simply say this.A2a
9700055957Evan: No!{shocked, horrified} You can't be serious!Shaun: Please, everyone. Please!A1a
9800055948Clayton: Oh, boy.You can't be serious!Allie: Really?A1a
99Inst303DirectorateOpeningScene000459D4Justin: Yes, ah... Watchers show no additional threats beyond those previously identified.We're still monitoring the increased activity around Fort Independence, but there are no immediate signs we should be concerned.Justin: Boston International Airport remains occupied, with Brotherhood presence noted at several other points throughout the Commonwealth.A1a
100000459D3Justin: We're still monitoring the increased activity around Fort Independence, but there are no immediate signs we should be concerned.Boston International Airport remains occupied, with Brotherhood presence noted at several other points throughout the Commonwealth.Justin: Intelligence suggests that this "Railroad" continues to operate, and is becoming more... ambitious.A1a
101000459CAJustin: Boston International Airport remains occupied, with Brotherhood presence noted at several other points throughout the Commonwealth.Intelligence suggests that this "Railroad" continues to operate, and is becoming more... ambitious.Justin: SRB agents are monitoring all known situations, sir.A1a
102000459C9Justin: Intelligence suggests that this "Railroad" continues to operate, and is becoming more... ambitious.{emphasis on "all", suggesting someone in the room is also being watched} SRB agents are monitoring all known situations, sir.Alana: Oh, yes. Uhh... Watchers have not shown any additional threats at this time.A1a
103000433AEShaun: Good, we're all here. I think it's time we begin.Sir, excuse me, but...Justin: What exactly is he doing here?A1a
104000433ADJustin: Sir, excuse me, but...{distrustful} What exactly is he doing here?Alana: Excuse me sir, but is it wise to have this meeting given... present company?A1a
105Justin: Sir, excuse me, but...{distrustful} What exactly is she doing here?Alana: Excuse me sir, but is it wise to have this meeting given... present company?A2a
1060004339FAllie: Otherwise, internally things are as tight as they've ever been. Doctor Secord and her division have been keeping an eye on things topside.Yes, ah... Watchers show no additional threats beyond those previously identified.Justin: We're still monitoring the increased activity around Fort Independence, but there are no immediate signs we should be concerned.A1a
107Inst303DirectoratePhase3Scene0004765BShaun: And to how you will help.{surprised, alarmed. questioning superior's order} Sir?Shaun: Yes, Doctor Ayo. Previously we would rely on Kellogg for above ground operations, yes? Well, he is gone.A1a
10800047658Shaun: While I am not overly fond of putting my own father in harm's way, he has proven more than capable of handling himself.{trying to argue with orders} Yes, but...Shaun: This is not a matter for debate.A1a
109Inst303DirectoratePreSceneLoop000433B3Allie: Doctor Ayo, did you still need modifications to the entryway for the SRB?Yes, as soon as possible. I want that area completely secure.Alana: Oh, I'm... Well, I'm not sure. That was Justin's concern, really. I suppose it's still worth the upgrade.A1a
110-0011FB5A{annoyed / Irritated} Do you mind?A

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111-00153356{A little obsequious, ingratiating yourself with your future boss. / Neutral} An outside perspective is exactly what we need in our next director. Congratulations.
112{A little obsequious, ingratiating yourself with your future boss. / Neutral} Working together, we can make the Institute truly great.

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113Inst305Stage90DirectorateDecisionScene0016791CPlayer Default: I agree. We hit them hard, before they have time to react to our new position.{pleased, smug} That's just what I wanted to hear.AllieFilmore: As Director, it's up to you in how we focus our efforts in achieving this goal.A1a
114Inst305Stage90DirectorateScene0016794BPlayer Default: Don't patronize me, doctor. I'm the one in charge here.{emphasis on 'sir', almost insubordinate} Everyone in the Directorate has a say, sir.JustinAyo: Right now we're all here because it's time to decide to finally stand up for ourselves.B1a
115Player Default: Don't patronize me, doctor. I'm the one in charge here.{emphasis on "ma'am", almost insubordinate} Everyone in the Directorate has a say, ma'am.JustinAyo: Right now we're all here because it's time to decide to finally stand up for ourselves.B2a
11600167944AlanaSecord: If I may, we're all here because our position in the Commonwealth has fundamentally shifted.Right now we're all here because it's time to decide to finally stand up for ourselves.AllieFilmore: Let's not be dramatic, Justin.A1a
11700167940AllieFilmore: Let's not be dramatic, Justin.There's nothing dramatic about it. We're in a position to push back, to assert ourselves here. That's what we've talked about all along.ClaytonHoldren: To bring you up to speed: Obviously there are groups in the Commonwealth that stand in opposition to the Institute's goals.A1a

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118-00153355{Impressed, confident / Confident} Now that the reactor's operational, it's time to confront our enemies head-on.
119{Confident / Confident} It's only a matter of time before the Railroad is nothing more than a history lesson.

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120-001AC5ED{A reluctant compliment / Neutral} Father and I didn't always agree, but I respected his commitment to the Institute.
121001574CF{A reluctant compliment / Friendly} Good to see you, director.
122{A reluctant compliment / Neutral} Father and I didn't always agree, but I respected his commitment to the Institute.
123{A reluctant compliment / Friendly} Good to see you, director.
124{A reluctant compliment / Neutral} Father and I didn't always agree, but I respected his commitment to the Institute.

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125InstM02JustinReportFindings000B1F9APlayerVoiceFemale01: It's not Alan Binet that's helping the synths. It's his son, Liam.{Surprised / Surprised} The boy? I wouldn't have thought him capable of such thing.Player Default: The kid's smart, smarter than you realize.A1a
126000B1F99Player Default: The kid's smart, smarter than you realize.{Impressed} He really is his father's son, I guess.Justin: Well, you tracked down the culprit and plugged the leak. Congratulations are in order.A1a
127000B1F98Player Default: Underestimating Liam was a costly mistake.{Cold, defensive / Confident} Maybe, but it's a mistake I'll shortly be correcting.Justin: Well, you tracked down the culprit and plugged the leak. Congratulations are in order.B1a
128000B1F97Player Default: Believe it or don't, but I know for a fact that it's him.{Conspiratorial} I won't ask how you found out, but others might. Hopefully you can prove it if needed.Justin: Well, you tracked down the culprit and plugged the leak. Congratulations are in order.X1a
129000B1F96Player Default: What's going to happen to him?{SinisterSmile} We will teach him a... memorable lesson about the price of interfering in our operations.Justin: Well, you tracked down the culprit and plugged the leak. Congratulations are in order.Y1a
130000B1F91Player Default: He really is his father's son, I guess.{Confident} Well, you tracked down the culprit and plugged the leak. Congratulations are in order.A1a
131{Impressed} I admit, I didn't think you could pull it off.Player Default: Let's make sure this can't happen again.A1b
132000B1F90Player Default: Let's make sure this can't happen again.{Confident} I intend to implement improved internal security measures, and that includes tighter monitoring of our network.A1a
133{A power trip, ominous / SinisterSmile} Soon, nothing will go on here that I don't know about.Justin: You've helped the SRB in this matter, and now it's time I returned the favor.A1b
134000B1F8FPlayer Default: This better be the last time you screw up.{Chastised / Nervous} Yes, well... I'll be taking steps to make sure this never happens again.Justin: You've helped the SRB in this matter, and now it's time I returned the favor.B1a
135000B1F8EPlayer Default: I'll try not to take that personally.{Neutral} I won't make that mistake again.Justin: You've helped the SRB in this matter, and now it's time I returned the favor.X1a
136000B1F8DPlayer Default: That's what this was about? You wanted to embarrass me?{Feign surprise / Surprised} What? No! Of course not! I resent the accusation.Y1a
137{Defensive / Nervous} I just saw an opportunity to show you the inner workings of Institute security.Justin: You've helped the SRB in this matter, and now it's time I returned the favor.Y1b
138000B1F88Player Default: Soon, nothing will go on here that I don't know about.You've helped the SRB in this matter, and now it's time I returned the favor.A1a
139We keep a small reserve of currency for those times when my Coursers have to deal with the surface-dwellers.A1b
140Here, take this. It might prove useful for you.A1c
141InstM02Scene1JustinIntro000A8299{Urgent, direct / Irritated} We've got a problem here and to be honest, Father's never taken it as seriously as he should. I'm hoping you will.Player Default: I'll help if I can.A
142{Urgent, direct / Irritated} We've got a problem here and to be honest, Father never took it as seriously as he should have. I'm hoping you will.Player Default: I'll help if I can.A
1430011288FPlayer Default: I'll help if I can.{Smug... a successful manipulation / Stern} Good. That's what I wanted to hear.Justin: We often send synth scavenger teams to the surface.A1a
1440011288EPlayer Default: Give me the short version.{Annoyed / Irritated} Fine.Justin: We often send synth scavenger teams to the surface.B1a
1450011288DPlayer Default: I guess that depends on what the problem is.{Confident agreement} Of courseJustin: We often send synth scavenger teams to the surface.X1a
146000A8287Player Default: Good. That's what I wanted to hear.We often send synth scavenger teams to the surface.A1a
147Occasionally, one of the synths will try to escape.A1b
148The rate of escapes has been increasing lately, and I don't think it's just random chance.Player Default: They could be getting help.A1c
149000A8286Player Default: They could be getting help.I'm sure of it.Justin: I did some digging and discovered that the culprit is right here in the Institute.A1a
150000A8285Player Default: Must be embarrassing for you.{Stern} Real leadership means taking responsibility.B1a
151{Pointed, accusing / Stern} If you choose to ignore this, the blame falls just as much on you for failing to address the situation.Justin: I did some digging and discovered that the culprit is right here in the Institute.B1b
152000A8284Player Default: We're really underneath Salem! Now it all makes sense! What with the witch hunt and all.Of course.Justin: I did some digging and discovered that the culprit is right here in the Institute.X1a
153000A827EPlayer Default: I'm sure of it.I did some digging and discovered that the culprit is right here in the Institute.A1a
154{Growing irritation} Someone in Robotics has been changing my work crew assignments, replacing synths I approved for surface duty with high flight risks.A1b
155{Irritation, then disgust/ Binet is "Bi-NAY" / Irritated} I'm convinced that someone is Alan Binet. He thinks that synths are people. He even lives with one. It's disturbing,A1c
156000A827DPlayer Default: There's got to be some way to prove it was him.I agree.Justin: Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.A1a
157000A827CPlayer Default: If Doctor Binet really has betrayed the Institute, then he's going to regret it.{Approval / SinisterSmile} I can see you're not a man to be trifled with. Good.Justin: Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.B1a
158Player Default: If Doctor Binet really has betrayed the Institute, then he's going to regret it.{SinisterSmile} I can see you're not a woman to be trifled with. Good.Justin: Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.B2a
159000A827BPlayer Default: Skip to the part where this has anything to do with me.{Short-tempered, annoyed / Irritated} I'm getting to that.Justin: Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.X1a
160000A827APlayer Default: Who else has access to the terminals in Robotics?Well, there's Max Loken and Father of course, but I know those men. They wouldn't do something like this.Y1a
161No, Binet is the only one with both motive and opportunity.Justin: Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.Y1b
162000A8275Player Default: I agree.{Frustrated / Irritated} Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.A1a
163But you... you're the director now. If you make the accusation, nobody will have the nerve to question it.Justin: Anyway, like I said, the roster assignments were definitely altered from the terminals in Robotics.A1b
164Player Default: I agree.{Frustrated / Irritated} Unfortunately, even if I had proof of Binet's involvement, I don't have the authority to do anything about it.A2a
165But you... you're Father's hand-picked successor. If you make the accusation, nobody will have the nerve to question it.Justin: Anyway, like I said, the roster assignments were definitely altered from the terminals in Robotics.A2b
166000A8274Justin: But you... you're the director now. If you make the accusation, nobody will have the nerve to question it.Anyway, like I said, the roster assignments were definitely altered from the terminals in Robotics.A1a
167I leave the rest to you.A1b
168-000B1F87Doctor Binet is an idealistic fool.
169We'll soon have things back in order around here.
170As Father's successor, your every move will be be watched and evaluated.
171I don't envy the kind of pressure you're under.
172To think, that boy was secretly taunting us the entire time.
173That arrogant Binet boy is going to learn a hard lesson.
174If Doctor Binet hadn't filled his son's head with his ridiculous ideas, none of this would have happened.

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175-001939FD{Smug satisfaction / SinisterSmile} You'll be pleased to know that Liam Binet has been banished. He won't be troubling us any longer.
176{Smug satisfaction, gloating / SinisterSmile} Liam thought he could laugh at us behind our backs. He isn't laughing now, I can promise you that.
177{Begrudging admission laced with arrogant pride / Confident} I admit it, I was wrong about Doctor Binet... but not far wrong.

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178InstMassFusion_01_AyoStage50016FF20PlayerVoiceFemale01: I have some information you might want.Okay, I'm listening...Player Default: The Brotherhood of Steel is going after something called a Beryllium Agitator in the ruins of the Mass Fusion building.A1a
1790016FF1FPlayer Default: The Brotherhood of Steel is going after something called a Beryllium Agitator in the ruins of the Mass Fusion building.{shocked / Surprised} Are you kidding me?JustinAyo: Okay look, I'm not even going to ask how you know about this.A1a
1800016FF1EPlayer Default: Never mind, it's nothing.{slightly sarcastic / Sarcastic} Well, nice talking to you, then.JustinAyo: Okay look, I'm not even going to ask how you know about this.B1a
1810016FF1DPlayer Default: The Brotherhood of Steel is heading to the Mass Fusion building in the Commonwealth for a Beryllium Agitator.{surprised, frustrated / Irritated} Shit.JustinAyo: Okay look, I'm not even going to ask how you know about this.X1a
1820016FF1CPlayer Default: Would you be interested in stopping the Brotherhood from acquiring a Beryllium Agitator?{shocked / Surprised} What the...JustinAyo: Okay look, I'm not even going to ask how you know about this.Y1a
1830016FF17Player Default: Are you kidding me?{Suspicious} Okay look, I'm not even going to ask how you know about this.JustinAyo: This... This puts Phase Three in jeopardy. We need to act on this, now.A1a
1840016FF16JustinAyo: Okay look, I'm not even going to ask how you know about this.{Concerned} This... This puts Phase Three in jeopardy. We need to act on this, now.Player Default: I'd be happy to help in whatever way I can.A1a
1850016FF15Player Default: I'd be happy to help in whatever way I can.{sarcastic, annoyed / Sarcastic} Oh, would you? How sweet of you.JustinAyo: You're our primary above-ground operative, so I need you on this. I'll contact Filmore and give her a heads-up; you need to go meet her right now.A1a
1860016FF14Player Default: Leave me out of whatever it is. I just wanted to let you know.{Defiant} No, no... No, no, no. Not a chance.JustinAyo: You're our primary above-ground operative, so I need you on this. I'll contact Filmore and give her a heads-up; you need to go meet her right now.B1a
1870016FF13Player Default: Hey, relax. Maybe it's not that important.{Concerned} Ugh, you just... Listen, trust me, this is important, okay?JustinAyo: You're our primary above-ground operative, so I need you on this. I'll contact Filmore and give her a heads-up; you need to go meet her right now.X1a
1880016FF12Player Default: What's this Phase Three?{Apologetic} Shit. Forget you heard anything about that, okay?JustinAyo: You're our primary above-ground operative, so I need you on this. I'll contact Filmore and give her a heads-up; you need to go meet her right now.Y1a
1890016FF0DPlayer Default: Oh, would you? How sweet of you.{Concerned} You're our primary above-ground operative, so I need you on this. I'll contact Filmore and give her a heads-up; you need to go meet her right now.JustinAyo: Okay? Now. This is serious.A1a
1900016FF0CJustinAyo: You're our primary above-ground operative, so I need you on this. I'll contact Filmore and give her a heads-up; you need to go meet her right now.{Concerned} Okay? Now. This is serious.A1a

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191InstR05SceneEnd000F166DPlayerVoiceFemale01: I've got the report from Diamond City.{Curt, almost impolite} Good, I'll take that from you.A1a
192{Dismissive. Basically, go away.} I'll let you know when I need you to pick up the next report. That's all for now.Player Default: See you around.A1b
193000F166CPlayer Default: See you around.{A dismissive "uh huh", muttered mostly to yourself.} Mm hm.QuestGiver: Anyway, like I said, I'll let you know when the next report's ready to be picked up.A1a
194000F1669Player Default: Aren't you going to offer me something in exchange for my help?{Disdain... you are surprised and disappointed by the request / Irritated} I thought Father brought you here to help us, not to play the mercenary. I suppose I was wrong.Y1a
195{Annoyed, feeling extorted / Irritated} If I have to purchase your loyalty, then so be it. It's not like I have much of a choice.Y1b
196{Irritated} Here, take these. They'll probably be more useful to you than they are to me.QuestGiver: Anyway, like I said, I'll let you know when the next report's ready to be picked up.Y1c
197Player Default: Aren't you going to offer me something in exchange for my help?{Disdain... you are surprised and disappointed by the request / Irritated} This again?Y2a
198{Disapproving / Irritated} Here. I won't pretend to approve of this, but as I said before, I'm willing to pay if it means getting the job done.QuestGiver: Anyway, like I said, I'll let you know when the next report's ready to be picked up.Y2b
199Player Default: Aren't you going to offer me something in exchange for my help?{Disapproving} I wasn't planning on it, no.Y3a
200{Disappointed, critical} I'm sure a resourceful man like you can get what he needs without resorting to extortion.QuestGiver: Anyway, like I said, I'll let you know when the next report's ready to be picked up.Y3b
201Player Default: Aren't you going to offer me something in exchange for my help?{Disapproving} I wasn't planning on it, no.Y4a
202{Disappointed, critical} I'm sure a resourceful woman like you can get what she needs without resorting to extortion.QuestGiver: Anyway, like I said, I'll let you know when the next report's ready to be picked up.Y4b
203000F1664Player Default: Mm hm.{Dismissive.} Anyway, like I said, I'll let you know when the next report's ready to be picked up.A1a
204InstR05SceneIntro000F0DABIf you're going to be in Diamond City anytime soon, I have a favor to ask of you.QuestGiver: You might not be aware of it, but the city's mayor is a synth, an Institute plant.A
205000F1677NPCMJustinAyo: If you're going to be in Diamond City anytime soon, I have a favor to ask of you.{A touch condescending} You might not be aware of it, but the city's mayor is a synth, an Institute plant.A1a
206He monitors developments in the Commonwealth and compiles reports on matters of possible interest to us.A1b
207Since you visit the surface more than anyone else down here, I figured you could pick up the latest report.Player Default: That shouldn't be a problem.A1c
208000F1676Player Default: That shouldn't be a problem.Good.QuestGiver: The mayor will be waiting in his office. He'll give you the report, and then you'll bring it back to me.A1a
209000F1675Player Default: I'm not a mailman. Send one of your robots.{Annoyed} I can't send a Courser into Diamond City without starting a panic, and that's the last thing the mayor needs.B1a
210{Annoyed / Irritated} Kellogg usually took care of this, but since he's dead, I have nobody left to ask.QuestGiver: The mayor will be waiting in his office. He'll give you the report, and then you'll bring it back to me.B1b
211000F1674Player Default: I don't see why not.{Mildly annoyed at the player's lack of commitment} I'll take that as a yes.QuestGiver: The mayor will be waiting in his office. He'll give you the report, and then you'll bring it back to me.X1a
212000F1673Player Default: How do we do this without raising suspicion?You'll meet with the mayor privately, away from prying eyes.QuestGiver: The mayor will be waiting in his office. He'll give you the report, and then you'll bring it back to me.Y1a
213000F166EPlayer Default: Good.{Direct, giving orders} The mayor will be waiting in his office. He'll give you the report, and then you'll bring it back to me.A1a
214Remember, discretion is vital to our operations in Diamond City, so try to keep a low profile.A1b
215InstR05SceneRepeat000F0DAB{Brusque} The McDonough synth has another report ready for pick-up. Can you make the trip?Player Default: Yeah, I'll go get it.A
216000F7935Player Default: If you change your mind, you know where to find me.So what do you think? Up for a trip to Diamond City?Player Default: Yeah, I'll go get it.A1a
217000F1662Player Default: Find someone else.{Guilt trip} There isn't anyone else, but I can see you're not willing to help.B1a
218{Cold} If you change your mind, you know where to find me.QuestGiver: So what do you think? Up for a trip to Diamond City?B1b
219000F1660Player Default: What was the job again?You're collecting a report from our synth plant in Diamond City. It's the one impersonating Mayor McDonough.QuestGiver: So what do you think? Up for a trip to Diamond City?Y1a
220000F165BPlayer Default: If you change your mind, you know where to find me.Alright. The mayor synth will wait for you in his office, just like before.A1a
221{Stern, direct} Head back here as soon as you've got it. This is top priority.A1b
222-000F0DAA{Direct, blunt} The sooner we get that report, the better.
223{Direct, blunt} Remember to be discrete.
224{Wary} There are prying eyes in Diamond City, so keep your guard up.