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For the Fallout 2 character, see Whiskey Bob.
 
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Heh, yeah good old Klamath. Not a bad place if you like hunting, eating, and skinning geckos all day! Heh heh.

Klamath Bob is a shopkeeper living in Westside in 2281.

BackgroundEdit

Klamath Bob, as the name implies, hails from Klamath and is the owner of the liquor store in Westside. He's a member of the local militia, helping the community defend against Fiend attacks at night. Bob attempted to free first-generation super mutant Mean Sonofabitch from the mistreatment of the expansionist New California Republic, in an offer to purchase his slave paperwork. Although the bid failed, a nightkin, Tabitha broke the tongueless super mutant out of jail. This granted Mean his freedom, thus allowing him to travel to Westside. The mutant is now a guard for the town's militia.

Back in 2241 a tribal from Arroyo visited Klamath, before Bob was born.[1]

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
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Plays Caravan: noIcon cross
Merchant: yesIcon check
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InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Caravaneer outfit
Pre-War baseball cap
Service rifle Beer -

NotesEdit

Klamath Bob will reference several events from Fallout 2.

Notable quotesEdit

  • "Howdy. Name's Bob, but folks around here call me Klamath Bob. What can I do you for?"
  • "Heh, yeah good old Klamath. Not a bad place if you like hunting, eating, and skinning geckos all day! Heh heh."
  • "I feel pity for any man or woman that gets addicted to chems, but when they prey on decent folk... well, then it's time to put 'em down."
  • "Oh, heh. Yeah, that's Mean Sonofabitch. I know the name sounds bad, but he likes it. He's one nasty old coot."

AppearancesEdit

Klamath Bob appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

BugsEdit

xbox360Icon xbox360 pcIcon pc When approached by the Courier, he may sometimes comment in a female voice. [verified]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "this tribal from Arroyo"