Kessler will mention that the merchants in Bunker Hill pay the local raiders for protection when spoken to. She also mentions that the Minutemen were once counted on to protect the merchants, but since they fell apart the people of Bunker Hill had to find a way to get by on their own. She will also tell the Sole Survivor that she is not interested in joining the Minutemen even after completing her quest. To be able to rule Bunker Hill, you will need to talk to Kessler again after completing The Battle of Bunker Hill.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
After completing the Traffic Jam quest for Deb, Kessler will request that the Sole Survivor go to the East Boston Preparatory School to kill Zeller of "Zeller's Army" and rescue any caravan survivors there.
|Apparel||Weapon||Other items||On death|
|Patched three-piece suit||Short hunting rifle||Squirrel on a stick|
Kessler appears only in Fallout 4.
- pc ps4 xboxone Can die during the Battle of Bunker Hill preventing you from being able to acquire Bunker Hill as an allied settlement and from completing missions.[verified]
- pc Using the resurrect console command will allow you to properly proceed with gaining Bunker Hill as a settlement. [verified]
- pc ps4 xboxone Kessler will keep moving around even in mid conversation. This can cause issues maintaining dialogue. [verified]
- Speaking to her when she's asleep, she may proceed to lay down and stand back up continuously throughout dialogue.
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