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This is a transcript for dialogue with Nate the male Sole Survivor.

DLC03_ADV017Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1DLC03_ADV017_EriksonBuyDog0104B60AI was interested in the dog.Erikson: That's a shame.A1a
2I'd like to, but I'm short on caps.Erikson: That's a shame.A3a
30104B609I've changed my mind.Erikson: Whatever.B1a
40104B608I'd like to buy the wolf.Erikson: That's a shame.X1a
50104B607I'll take the mutant hound.Erikson: That's a shame.Y1a
6DLC03_ADV017_EriksonMain0102F04BDLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?You interested in a trade?Erikson: Hm.. maybe.A1a
70102F04ADLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?Nothing.Erikson: Whatever.B1a
80102F049DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?Look, I'm honestly sorry about your dogs. I didn't realize.Erikson: You know... just... don't be so quick to kill everything in sight next time.X1a
9DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?I was interested in buying one of your guard dogs.Erikson: You know... just... don't be so quick to kill everything in sight next time.X2a
10DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?I was just passing through.Erikson: You know... just... don't be so quick to kill everything in sight next time.X3a
110102F048DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?So, why don't you hate humans like the rest of your kind seem to?Erikson: Started seeing things more clearly when we came here. Who knows, maybe it's the fog. I just don't see what the point of us all killing each other is.Y1a
12DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?Did you train these dogs?Erikson: Started seeing things more clearly when we came here. Who knows, maybe it's the fog. I just don't see what the point of us all killing each other is.Y2a
13DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?You just live out here by yourself?Erikson: Started seeing things more clearly when we came here. Who knows, maybe it's the fog. I just don't see what the point of us all killing each other is.Y3a
14DLC03SuperMutantErikson: Ah, hello again. Did you need something?Got any tips about the island?Erikson: Started seeing things more clearly when we came here. Who knows, maybe it's the fog. I just don't see what the point of us all killing each other is.Y4a
15DLC03_ADV017_IntroEndDogmeat0102F058Erikson: Where'd you find him?I found him in the Commonwealth, near Boston.Erikson: Hm. Long way. Got a good coat on him.A1a
160102F057Erikson: Where'd you find him?It's none of your business.Erikson: Alright fine. You just be on your way then.B1a
170102F056Erikson: Where'd you find him?To be honest, he kind of found me.Erikson: Hm. Yep, certainly had a few follow me home before.X1a
180102F055Erikson: Where'd you find him?Why do you ask?Erikson: Just curious. Never seen one with that coloring before.Y1a
19DLC03_ADV017_IntroPlayerKilledDogs0102F065Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?{Apologetic} Sorry, I thought this was just another trapper camp and that they would attack me if given the chance.Erikson: Well, at least you're honest. Damn shame, I had almost gotten them trained up right.A1a
200102F064Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?No, I just found them like this.Erikson: Damn. Must have been trappers again.B1a
21Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?No, I just found them like this.Erikson: Damn. Must have been trappers again.B2a
220102F063Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?It wasn't my fault, they attacked me.Erikson: Damn, and I thought I was making progress with them.X1a
230102F062Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?{slight pause before "dogs" like you are asking yourself if that is the right term (some of them are mutant hounds)} These were your dogs?Erikson: Yes, I've been training them. Did you attack my dogs?Y1a
24Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?What if I did?Erikson: Yes, I've been training them. Did you attack my dogs?Y2a
25DLC03_ADV017InitConversation0104E758DLC03SuperMutantErikson: What were you doing up there in my camp?Easy there big fella, I was just looking around.Erikson: I'm plenty calm, considering you invaded my home.A1a
260104E757DLC03SuperMutantErikson: What were you doing up there in my camp?Die mutant scum!Erikson: Like hell!B1a
270104E756DLC03SuperMutantErikson: What were you doing up there in my camp?{don't go sarcastic} Nice hat.Erikson: Uh... thanks. I skinned it myself.X1a
280104E755DLC03SuperMutantErikson: What were you doing up there in my camp?You're a super mutant? I'm surprised you didn't attack me.Erikson: Yeah well, maybe you shouldn't be so quick to jump to conclusions.Y1a

DLC03_COMOldLongfellowEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
29DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _00_FirstTimePickup01048059DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: I heard you made it to Acadia by yourself. That takes some stones.{Polite, grateful / Friendly} I appreciate the compliment.OldLongfellow: Believe me, I don't give 'em unless they're earned.A1a
3001048058DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: I heard you made it to Acadia by yourself. That takes some stones.{Dismissive, unimpressed / Neutral} The trip wasn't that bad.OldLongfellow: Is that so?B1a
3101048057DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: I heard you made it to Acadia by yourself. That takes some stones.{Playful, sense of humor / Sarcastic} Yeah, well, I am pretty awesome.OldLongfellow: Hah! I like it.X1a
3201048056DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: I heard you made it to Acadia by yourself. That takes some stones.{Question} Who are you?OldLongfellow: Name's Longfellow. Everyone calls me Old Longfellow, like I need remindin'.Y1a
33DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: I heard you made it to Acadia by yourself. That takes some stones.{Question} Is it rare for someone to travel to Acadia alone?OldLongfellow: Name's Longfellow. Everyone calls me Old Longfellow, like I need remindin'.Y2a
3401048050OldLongfellow: Let me run with you. I could help you find your way around. Teach you what I know. Best of all, you won't have to drink alone.{Friendly / Friendly} Sounds like a good offer. I accept.OldLongfellow: Alright then.A1a
350104804FOldLongfellow: Let me run with you. I could help you find your way around. Teach you what I know. Best of all, you won't have to drink alone.{Polite refusal / Neutral} No thanks.OldLongfellow: Well, you change your mind, I'll be ready.B1a
360104804EOldLongfellow: Let me run with you. I could help you find your way around. Teach you what I know. Best of all, you won't have to drink alone.{Polite no thanks / Friendly} I'm good for now, but I might take you up on that later.OldLongfellow: Right then. I'll be here if you need me.X1a
370104804DOldLongfellow: Let me run with you. I could help you find your way around. Teach you what I know. Best of all, you won't have to drink alone.{Interested, but you want to be sure he knows what's he's getting into / Question} Are you sure? I don't exactly live the safest of lives.OldLongfellow: Thank God for that. I was afraid I'd die of boredom.Y1a
38DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _01_NeutralToAdmiration01012F29DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can I have a word?{Curious to hear what your companion wants} Okay, we can talk.A1a
3901012F28DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can I have a word?{Not wanting to talk right now} Not right now.OldLongfellow: Fine, wasn't anything urgent.B1a
4001012F27DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can I have a word?{Unsure what this conversation will be about} If it's that important, I guess we can talk.OldLongfellow: Right then.X1a
4101012F26DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can I have a word?{Curious what the companion wants to talk about} What do you want to talk about?Y1a
4201012F20OldLongfellow: Can't like someone I can't even respect, and, uh... well, that brings me to you.{Grateful, glad to hear someone respects you} If you're trying to say that you respect me, then I'm glad you feel that way.A1a
4301012F1FOldLongfellow: Can't like someone I can't even respect, and, uh... well, that brings me to you.{Impatient, wanting Longfellow to get on with it} Quit beating around the bush, Longfellow. If you have something to tell me, then say it.OldLongfellow: I'm getting' to it!B1a
4401012F1EOldLongfellow: Can't like someone I can't even respect, and, uh... well, that brings me to you.{Dripping with sarcasm.} You lack social graces? What makes you think that?OldLongfellow: Yeah, yeah.X1a
4501012F1DOldLongfellow: Can't like someone I can't even respect, and, uh... well, that brings me to you.{Extend the "so", put an ellipsis after it... trying to extract the meaning behind the words of someone who isn't being very clear} So you're saying you respect me?Y1a
4601012F17OldLongfellow: We stick together long enough, cap'n, then it might just be that you're my next one.{Enthusiastic at the prospect of making a new friend} That sounds good to me!A1a
4701012F16OldLongfellow: We stick together long enough, cap'n, then it might just be that you're my next one.{A rebuke} Don't get ahead of yourself, Longfellow. I'm a little more picky than you about who I call a friend.OldLongfellow: Then I guess it's up to me to prove I'm worth it. I think I can handle that.B1a
4801012F15OldLongfellow: We stick together long enough, cap'n, then it might just be that you're my next one.{Sarcastic, giving him a hard time, but in a friendly manner} Does this mean I have to give you a hug or something?OldLongfellow: Hell no.X1a
4901012F14OldLongfellow: We stick together long enough, cap'n, then it might just be that you're my next one.{A friendly, lightly sarcastic ribbing} You sure about that? My friends tend to get into a lot of dangerous situations.OldLongfellow: That's every day of my life.Y1a
50DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _02_AdmirationToInfatuation01012F0EDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Say, cap'n, can we talk for a minute?{Curious to see what's so important} Alright, let's talk.OldLongfellow: I appreciate it, cap'n.A1a
5101012F0DDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Say, cap'n, can we talk for a minute?{Brushing someone off} Another time, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Sure, cap'n. Whatever you say.B1a
5201012F0CDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Say, cap'n, can we talk for a minute?{Noncommittal, but a little curious} I guess we can talk now.OldLongfellow: Thanks, cap'n.X1a
5301012F0BDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Say, cap'n, can we talk for a minute?What's so important?Y1a
5401012F04OldLongfellow: Anyway, she died a few years later. Trappers got her, or so them lunatics said. I guess that was Atom's will, too.{Learning about a friend's tragedy, aggrieved} I didn't know. I'm so sorry, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Yeah, well, we all got our scars, right?A1a
5501012F03OldLongfellow: Anyway, she died a few years later. Trappers got her, or so them lunatics said. I guess that was Atom's will, too.{Being a jerk} So basically, you failed to protect the woman you love, as well as your baby.OldLongfellow: I don't let myself forget it, cap'n. Not for a single day.B1a
5601012F02OldLongfellow: Anyway, she died a few years later. Trappers got her, or so them lunatics said. I guess that was Atom's will, too.{Impatient} Can you wrap this up sometime soon?OldLongfellow: I'm gettin' to it.X1a
5701012F01OldLongfellow: Anyway, she died a few years later. Trappers got her, or so them lunatics said. I guess that was Atom's will, too.This is very personal information, Longfellow. Why tell me now?OldLongfellow: Cause I need you to know where I'm comin' from.Y1a
5801012EFBOldLongfellow: That's somethin' I ain't had for a long time.{Warm, sincere gratitude} Thanks, Longfellow. It means a lot to me that you think so.A1a
5901012EFAOldLongfellow: That's somethin' I ain't had for a long time.{Dismissive, insensitive} I didn't come to Far Harbor to restore your sense of purpose, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: I know that, cap'n, but all the same, I'm grateful to know you.B1a
6001012EF9OldLongfellow: That's somethin' I ain't had for a long time.{Flattered} I'm honestly at a loss for words, Longfellow.X1a
6101012EF8OldLongfellow: That's somethin' I ain't had for a long time.{Surprised, flattered} You really mean that?OldLongfellow: Every word of it, cap'n.Y1a
62DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _03_NeutralToDisdain01012EF2DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold up. Got somethin' I need to say, and it ain't gonna wait.{Bracing for bad news} I'm listening.OldLongfellow: Well that's a first.A1a
6301012EF1DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold up. Got somethin' I need to say, and it ain't gonna wait.{Brushing someone off} Not right now, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Have it your way, but sooner or later, you're goin' to hear me out, or you're goin' to find someone else to watch your back.B1a
6401012EF0DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold up. Got somethin' I need to say, and it ain't gonna wait.{Sarcastic} Hm, let me guess, you're about to complain about something.OldLongfellow: You're damn right I am.X1a
6501012EEFDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold up. Got somethin' I need to say, and it ain't gonna wait.{Bracing for a complaint} You don't sound happy. What's bothering you?Y1a
6601012EE9OldLongfellow: Let this be a warnin' to you. If you keep on actin' the way you've been, I'll head straight back to Far Harbor.{Sincere apology} Whatever I did to upset you, Longfellow, I'm sorry.OldLongfellow: You'd better not just be sayin' that to shut me up.A1a
6701012EE8OldLongfellow: Let this be a warnin' to you. If you keep on actin' the way you've been, I'll head straight back to Far Harbor.{Dismissive, annoyed} You do whatever you think you have to, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Keep on like that, an' I will.B1a
6801012EE7OldLongfellow: Let this be a warnin' to you. If you keep on actin' the way you've been, I'll head straight back to Far Harbor.{Noncommittal} Duly noted, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: It better be.X1a
6901012EE6OldLongfellow: Let this be a warnin' to you. If you keep on actin' the way you've been, I'll head straight back to Far Harbor.{Annoyed, a little cocky} What, you think I need your help? I can make it on my own just fine, pal.OldLongfellow: You want to go it alone, you just say the word. The way things are goin' right now, I might just be happier back home.Y1a
70DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _04_DisdainToHatred01012EE0DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Alright, that's it. I'm done.{Your companion/friend just blew up at you, trying to calm him down} Whoa, hold on. Let's talk about this.OldLongfellow: Forget it.A1a
7101012EDFDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Alright, that's it. I'm done.{Annoyed, like talking to a spoiled child} You know, I've had about enough of your bullshit, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Well, then you know just how I feel.B1a
7201012EDEDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Alright, that's it. I'm done.{A friend just blew up at you} Whoa, hold on, just calm down.OldLongfellow: Hell no. I'm goin' to say what I've got to say.X1a
7301012EDDDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Alright, that's it. I'm done.{Annoyed, exasperated} What is it this time?OldLongfellow: You know exactly what it is.Y1a
7401012ED6OldLongfellow: Truth is, you're an ignorant fool who doesn't give a damn about anyone but yourself.{Sincere apology, trying to make amends} You're right, Longfellow, I didn't listen to you when I should have. From now on, things wil be different, I promise.OldLongfellow: *Sigh* I should know better, but maybe I'm just getting' soft in my old age.A1a
7501012ED5OldLongfellow: Truth is, you're an ignorant fool who doesn't give a damn about anyone but yourself.{Icy} You want to walk away, fine. We'll see how long you last on your own.OldLongfellow: Oh I'll be just fine on my own. Been doin' it all my life, and what's more, I been doin' it without pissin' off everyone else.B1a
7601012ED4OldLongfellow: Truth is, you're an ignorant fool who doesn't give a damn about anyone but yourself.{Ambivalent, whatever} Maybe we're better off going our separate ways.OldLongfellow: If that's how you feel, there ain't anythin' more to say.X1a
7701012ED3OldLongfellow: Truth is, you're an ignorant fool who doesn't give a damn about anyone but yourself.{A challenge, almost mocking... you think there's no way he makes it on his own} You really think you're better off alone?OldLongfellow: Right now, just about anythin's preferable to puttin' up with you for another minute.Y1a
78DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _05_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiratio01012ECDDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can you spare a minute, cap'n?{Friendly} Sure, Longfellow. What did you want to talk about?A1a
7901012ECCDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can you spare a minute, cap'n?{Dismissive, but not impolite. This is a friend.} Another time.OldLongfellow: Righto. Another time, then.B1a
8001012ECBDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can you spare a minute, cap'n?{Measured, cautious} I'm listening.X1a
8101012ECADLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Can you spare a minute, cap'n?{Friendly, curious} What's on your mind?Y1a
8201012EC4OldLongfellow: Guess I just want to make sure you ain't had a change of heart about our friendship.{Sincere apology to a friend} Nothing's changed, Longfellow. You're still a good friend, and I'm sorry if I've done anything to make you think otherwise.OldLongfellow: No need for an apology, cap'n.A1a
8301012EC3OldLongfellow: Guess I just want to make sure you ain't had a change of heart about our friendship.{Dismissive, a little condescending} It's nothing. Just quit worrying about it.OldLongfellow: I ain't so sure, but I'm willin' to let it go for now.B1a
8401012EC2OldLongfellow: Guess I just want to make sure you ain't had a change of heart about our friendship.It's all in your head, Longfellow. You should stop worrying yourself over it.OldLongfellow: Well, maybe you're right.X1a
8501012EC1OldLongfellow: Guess I just want to make sure you ain't had a change of heart about our friendship.{Said with a wry smile, you're ribbing a friend} You sure you're not just being a little paranoid, Longfellow?OldLongfellow: At my age, anythin's possible, cap'n.Y1a
86DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _06_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral01012EBBDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Look... we need to talk.{Friendly} I'm listening.OldLongfellow:A1a
8701012EBADLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Look... we need to talk.{Polite dismissisal} It'll have to wait.OldLongfellow:B1a
8801012EB9DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Look... we need to talk.{Friendly but impatient} If it's a short conversation, sure.OldLongfellow:X1a
8901012EB8DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Look... we need to talk.{Friendly, but a little impatient} What do you need, Longfellow?OldLongfellow:Y1a
9001012EB2OldLongfellow: We were getting' along pretty good before, an' I guess what I'm sayin' is, I was hopin' we could get back to that.{Apologizing to a friend} I understand, and I'll try to be more considerate of your feelings.OldLongfellow: That's all I need to hear, cap'n. Thank you.A1a
9101012EB1OldLongfellow: We were getting' along pretty good before, an' I guess what I'm sayin' is, I was hopin' we could get back to that.{Annoyed} If you were really a friend, you'd accept me for who I am, instead of questioning everything I do.OldLongfellow: Real friends are supposed to be honest with each other, an' that's all I'm tryin' to be here.B1a
9201012EB0OldLongfellow: We were getting' along pretty good before, an' I guess what I'm sayin' is, I was hopin' we could get back to that.{A little defensive} Look, I'm not perfect, Longfellow. Being my friend means taking the bad with the good.OldLongfellow: I ain't askin' you to be perfect, cap'n. I'm just askin' you to be better than you've been lately.X1a
9301012EAFOldLongfellow: We were getting' along pretty good before, an' I guess what I'm sayin' is, I was hopin' we could get back to that.{A little frustrated} Well, what do you want me to do, Longfellow? Hm?OldLongfellow: You could start by actin' like you give a damn about my thoughts an' feelin's.Y1a
94DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _07_RepeatNeutralToDisdain010153D3DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold on. I need a word with you, right now.{Cautious, you know you're about to get yelled at, not looking forward to it} Okay, let's talk.A1a
95010153D2DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold on. I need a word with you, right now.{A brush off} Save it for later, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: We'll you'd better make it soon, or there won't be a talk at all.B1a
96010153D1DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold on. I need a word with you, right now.{Sarcastic} I'm going to guess that you're mad at me about something.OldLongfellow: Figured that out, did ya?X1a
97010153D0DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Hold on. I need a word with you, right now.{Guarded, about to get yelled at} I can tell something's bothering you. What is it?Y1a
98010153CAOldLongfellow: Truth is, I don't think you ever gave a damn what I think. Hell, maybe you never will. Maybe I'm just wastin' my time here.{Trying to placate an angry friend} That's not true, Longfellow. Even when I don't share your opinion, I still value it.OldLongfellow: Well you sure as hell don't act like it.A1a
99010153C9OldLongfellow: Truth is, I don't think you ever gave a damn what I think. Hell, maybe you never will. Maybe I'm just wastin' my time here.{Cold} If you want to quit every time things get tough, that's not my problem, it's yours.OldLongfellow: Is that what you think? That I'm a quitter? Well let me tell you somethin' - a Far Harbor man doesn't quit, not ever.B1a
100010153C8OldLongfellow: Truth is, I don't think you ever gave a damn what I think. Hell, maybe you never will. Maybe I'm just wastin' my time here.{Cool, aloof} Maybe you're right, Longfellow. Maybe this is a waste of time for both of us.OldLongfellow:X1a
101010153C7OldLongfellow: Truth is, I don't think you ever gave a damn what I think. Hell, maybe you never will. Maybe I'm just wastin' my time here.{A challenge, confrontational} Well, what do you think? You really think you're wasting your time with me?OldLongfellow: I ain't made up my mind about that yet, but it ain't lookin' good.Y1a
102DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _08_RepeatDisdainToHatred010153C2DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: That's the last straw. You lied to my face an' I fell for it then, but now I see who you really are.{Stalling for time, placating an angry friend} Wait. Let's just talk about things first.OldLongfellow: Not this time. I'm done talkin'.A1a
103010153C1DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: That's the last straw. You lied to my face an' I fell for it then, but now I see who you really are.{Fed up} I've just about had it with your bitching and moaning, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Don't worry, you won't have to put up with me any more.B1a
104010153C0DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: That's the last straw. You lied to my face an' I fell for it then, but now I see who you really are.{Placating, stalling for time} You're upset, I get it, but let's not do anything hasty here, okay?OldLongfellow: Oh, it ain't hasty. It's been a long time comin', an' I've made no secret about bein' unhappy.X1a
105010153BFDLC03MaleOldLongfellow: That's the last straw. You lied to my face an' I fell for it then, but now I see who you really are.What's that supposed to mean?OldLongfellow: You really don't know? Even now? Jesus H. Christ, to think they call me thick-headed an' stubborn.Y1a
106DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _09_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation010153B9DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Listen, cap'n. It ain't for me to say this, but uh... well, I owe you an apology.{Friendly} Alright, let's talk. What did you want to apologize about?A1a
107010153B8DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Listen, cap'n. It ain't for me to say this, but uh... well, I owe you an apology.{Not really in the mood to talk} Not right now.OldLongfellow: Sure thing, cap'n. We can talk later.B1a
108010153B7DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Listen, cap'n. It ain't for me to say this, but uh... well, I owe you an apology.{Friendly sarcasm} Apologize? You? Well this should be interesting.X1a
109010153B6DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: Listen, cap'n. It ain't for me to say this, but uh... well, I owe you an apology.{Friendly, curious} An apology? What for?Y1a
110010153B0OldLongfellow: So, uh... hopefully we can just put all that behind us an' get on with things.{Magnanimous} Hey, it's alright. No need for an apology.OldLongfellow: Well in that case, forget I said it. Let's just get back to what we were doin'.A1a
111010153AFOldLongfellow: So, uh... hopefully we can just put all that behind us an' get on with things.{Lecturing a bit} It really bothers me that you midjudged me like that. Hopefully now you can see how wrong you were.B1a
112010153AEOldLongfellow: So, uh... hopefully we can just put all that behind us an' get on with things.{Sincere, contrite} No, you're right, I wasn't being considerate before. It's me who should be apologizing.X1a
113010153ADOldLongfellow: So, uh... hopefully we can just put all that behind us an' get on with things.{Surprised to hear an apology from this guy} You really mean that, Longfellow?OldLongfellow: Well I said it, didn't I? Do I strike you as the type who says somethin' he don't mean?Y1a
114DLC03_COMOldLongfellow_10_PickupScene01015396DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: We headin' out?{Confident, ready for action} That's right. Let's get going.OldLongfellow: After you, then.A1a
11501015395DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: We headin' out?{Friendly} Not yet. Just stay put for now.OldLongfellow: Right.B1a
11601015394DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: We headin' out?{Friendly} I just need to trade some things with you.OldLongfellow: Sure thing.X1a
117DLC03_COMOldLongfellow_11_MurderScene010153A7DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You an' I need to talk, an' I mean right this minute.{Wary, bracing for a lecture or shouting match} You've got my attention.A1a
118010153A6DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You an' I need to talk, an' I mean right this minute.{Dismissive, not in the mood to talk} It'll have to wait, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: Fine, but we are goin' to have this conversation.B1a
119010153A5DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You an' I need to talk, an' I mean right this minute.{Annoyed sarcasm} Funny, I was just thinking that's its been far too long since you complained about something.X1a
120010153A4DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You an' I need to talk, an' I mean right this minute.{Guarded, about to be yelled at} I can tell you're not happy. What is it?Y1a
1210101539EOldLongfellow: But murder? That's somethin' I won't stand for.{Contrite, you didn't mean to upset a friend} I understand. It won't happen again.OldLongfellow: That's good enough for me. Thanks for respectin' my feelin's on the matter.A1a
1220101539DOldLongfellow: But murder? That's somethin' I won't stand for.{Cold} I'll do what I have to do, Longfellow. How you feel about it is your problem.OldLongfellow: That's how you want to play it? Fine. You've been warned. Now let's see what you do about it.B1a
1230101539COldLongfellow: But murder? That's somethin' I won't stand for.{Noncommittal} Duly noted, Longfellow. I'll keep that in mind.OldLongfellow: I was hopin' for a little more than that, but have it your way. I'll judge you by your actions, an' not your words.X1a
1240101539BOldLongfellow: But murder? That's somethin' I won't stand for.{Amused sarcasm} Wait, you have a code?OldLongfellow: It ain't much of one, but yeah, I do. You can make light of it all you want, just don't say I didn't warn you.Y1a

DLC03_V118_ClueTrackerEdit

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125DLC03_V118_ClueFoundScene01037C9AHm... so the voice modulator could have been changed to sound like someone else.A1a
126Red paint?A2a
127Is this... blood?A4a
128This isn't blood... it's red paint.A6a
129The trail of paint seems to stop here...A7a
130Are these... plastic? Why would he have plastic skulls?A8a
131Looks like the brain enclosure was smashed.A9a
132There's a lot of paint here...A10a
133Huh. A tire iron. Wonder what that's been used for...A11a
134Sounds like Ezra was embezzling from his investors...A12a
135Maybe Maxwell has the key...A13a
136The bat's missing...A14a
137Well, this is where that bat came from...A15a
138A baseball bat. Huh, what is this doing here?A16a

DLC03_V118_IntroEdit

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139DLC03_V118_FrontDeskInvestigator010439F4Receptionist: We have many important residents and they are very worried.I'm here now, we'll get to the bottom of this.Receptionist: I cannot tell you what a relief it is, detective. I've learned the moods of our patrons well enough to tell you that tensions are high.A1a
140010439F3Receptionist: We have many important residents and they are very worried.If this place is closed off, one of them is the murderer.Receptionist: Dreadful to think it, but I suppose logically you must be correct.B1a
141010439F2Receptionist: We have many important residents and they are very worried.Let's talk about my compensation first.Receptionist: Well I can assure you, our patrons have an amount set aside for such contingencies as this.X1a
142010439F1Receptionist: We have many important residents and they are very worried.What happened? Who died?Receptionist: It's Mr. Parker, the primary owner and financier for the hotel. This is just a disaster!Y1a
143V118_IntercomInitial010338ACIntercom: Are you the detective we sent for?Yes, I'm the detective.Intercom: Oh thank goodness. Let me just open the door for you.A1a
144Intercom: Are you the detective we sent for?Okay, I'll try to help.Intercom: Oh thank goodness. Let me just open the door for you.A2a
145010338ABIntercom: Are you the detective we sent for?No, I'm not a Detective.Intercom: Ah, well I'm sorry to say we aren't accepting new patrons at this time. Good day!B1a
146Intercom: Are you the detective we sent for?No, you're on your own.Intercom: Ah, well I'm sorry to say we aren't accepting new patrons at this time. Good day!B2a
147010338AAIntercom: Are you the detective we sent for?Maybe. Tell me what's going on.Intercom: There's been a suspicious death. We sent someone for help, but no one has come to help us yet.X1a
148010338A9Intercom: Are you the detective we sent for?Why do you need a detective?Intercom: Well, there's been a suspicious death in the hotel. We need someone to investigate.Y1a

DLC03_V118_PearlHiringEdit

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149DLC03_V118_PearlHiring_Main01036780Pearl: Are you that detective I've heard about?I guess you could say that.Pearl: Oh wonderful! I wasn't sure how I was ever going to find you.A1a
1500103677FPearl: Are you that detective I've heard about?No, I'm not an investigator.Pearl: Oh drat. You look just like the person that Mayor Avery had described. I was sure you were the one investigating that missing persons case.B1a
1510103677EPearl: Are you that detective I've heard about?I might be, depends what this is about.X1a
1520103677DPearl: Are you that detective I've heard about?Who said I was a detective?Pearl: Mayor Avery said that someone new had arrived on the island, investigating a missing person. That must be you!Y1a
15301036776Ok, I'll help.Pearl: Oh thank goodness. Shall I guide you to the Cliff's Edge Hotel now?A1a
15401036775No, I'm not interested.Pearl: If you change your mind, please head to the Cliff's Edge Hotel.B1a
15501036774Is this conversation on the clock?Pearl: Oh yes, well I suppose I do have a bit of petty cash on me that I could provide for your time.X1a
156This type of investigation usually requires a retainer.Pearl: Oh yes, well I suppose I do have a bit of petty cash on me that I could provide for your time.X2a
157If there may be a murderer, I'm going to need some danger pay as well.Pearl: Oh yes, well I suppose I do have a bit of petty cash on me that I could provide for your time.X3a
158I suppose I could take a look.Pearl: Oh yes, well I suppose I do have a bit of petty cash on me that I could provide for your time.X4a
15901036773Where did the crime take place?Pearl: At the Cliff's Edge Hotel, just north of the town.Y1a
160Who's the victim?Pearl: At the Cliff's Edge Hotel, just north of the town.Y2a
161Who are your employers?Pearl: At the Cliff's Edge Hotel, just north of the town.Y3a
162Can you give me any more information about the case?Pearl: At the Cliff's Edge Hotel, just north of the town.Y4a
1630103676APlayer Default: Oh thank goodness. Shall I guide you to the Cliff's Edge Hotel now?Yeah, let's go.Pearl: Let's be off then.A1a
16401036769Player Default: If you change your mind, please head to the Cliff's Edge Hotel.Not yet.Pearl: Ah, you must have supplies you need to procure. I shall wait for you at the edge of town.B1a
16501036768Pearl: I suppose a reluctant investigator is better than none at all. Shall we be going then?Go ahead, I'll meet you there.Pearl: Very good. I shall meet you at the main entrance to the hotel.X1a
16601036767Player Default: Where did the crime take place?Where is it again?Pearl: The Cliff's Edge Hotel, just up the coast from town. You really can't miss it. Shall we be off?Y1a
167DLC03_V118_PearlHiring_NotInvestigator01037CA9Pearl: Are you a member of the local law enforcement?Yes, of course I am.Pearl: Oh, you are! Finally, I've been looking everywhere!A1a
16801037CA8Pearl: Are you a member of the local law enforcement?There are no laws any more.Pearl: Well from what I've seen, I can certainly see why you might feel that way.B1a
16901037CA7Pearl: Are you a member of the local law enforcement?Not exactly, but maybe I can help.X1a
17001037CA6Pearl: Are you a member of the local law enforcement?Why do you ask?Y1a
171DLC03_V118_PearlHiring_OutsideHotel01037C9EPearl: Shall we be off?Yeah, let's go.Pearl: Very good. This way.A1a
17201037C9DPearl: Shall we be off?No, I'm not ready yet. Wait here.Pearl: Very well. We can commence into the hotel as soon as you are ready.B1a
17301037C9CPearl: Shall we be off?I'm going to look around here first.Pearl: Very well. We can commence into the hotel as soon as you are ready.X1a
17401037C9BPearl: Shall we be off?{quotes around "rowdy"} What do you mean the other patrons are rowdy?Pearl: I had not been in this part of the hotel for some time. Perhaps there is some sort of sporting event that has them agitated.Y1a

DLC03_V118_QuestEdit

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175DLC03_V118_QuestBertMain01045B19Bert: Was there something else, Detective?Tell me about your research.Bert: I don't want to talk about this any more. Please just go.A2a
176Bert: Was there something else, Detective?I'd like to hear more about your research.Bert: I don't want to talk about this any more. Please just go.A3a
17701045B17Bert: Was there something else, Detective?I heard that Julianna and Ezra had an argument a few days before he was found dead. Tell me about that.Bert: Well, I was in my lab at the time so I didn't hear it, but Julianna has always been rather critical of Mr. Parker.X1a
178Bert: Was there something else, Detective?Robobrains have a voice modulator? Tell me about that.Bert: Well, I was in my lab at the time so I didn't hear it, but Julianna has always been rather critical of Mr. Parker.X2a
17901045B16Bert: Was there something else, Detective?What do you mean, Julianna's not the same person?Bert: My wife has always been a very harsh woman, Detective. I don't know who it is in our room, but that is not my wife, Detective.Y1a
180Bert: Was there something else, Detective?Have you noticed Julianna acting strangely lately?Bert: My wife has always been a very harsh woman, Detective. I don't know who it is in our room, but that is not my wife, Detective.Y2a
181DLC03_V118_QuestCrimeSceneReceptionist01045EBBThat's not blood around the body, it's red paint.Receptionist: Mr. Santiago would definitely have red paint. But surely he wouldn't have- would he? This is just terrible, Detective!A1a
182Tell me about the victim.Receptionist: Mr. Santiago would definitely have red paint. But surely he wouldn't have- would he? This is just terrible, Detective!A2a
18301045EB9I found Ezra, he killed Julianna and has been impersonating her.Receptionist: Oh my! I'll notify the staff and we can put an end to this once and for all.X1a
184I found Ezra, he was the killer the whole time.Receptionist: Oh my! I'll notify the staff and we can put an end to this once and for all.X2a
185The door to the overseer's office is locked.Receptionist: Oh my! I'll notify the staff and we can put an end to this once and for all.X3a
186I found the murder weapon.Receptionist: Oh my! I'll notify the staff and we can put an end to this once and for all.X4a
187I'm not sure where I should start...Receptionist: Oh my! I'll notify the staff and we can put an end to this once and for all.X5a
18801045EB8Your residents are robots?Receptionist: Not robots, Detective. Well not exactly anyway. I believe the term they use is Robobrain.Y1a
189What can you tell me about your residents?Receptionist: Not robots, Detective. Well not exactly anyway. I believe the term they use is Robobrain.Y2a
190DLC03_V118_QuestGildaMain01047F7FDLC03FemaleGildaBroscoe: I haven't seen someone with a body like that in far, far too long.{A bit taken aback at this robot lady flirting with you but trying to be polite} Thanks, I suppose. I had some questions about the case.Gilda: Surely you'd prefer to hear some tales from my storied acting career instead of talking about some dreadful murder...A1a
19101047F7EDLC03FemaleGildaBroscoe: I haven't seen someone with a body like that in far, far too long.Gross.Gilda: How rude! I guess I'll just find someone else to tell my acting stories to. Goodbye Detective.B1a
19201047F7DDLC03FemaleGildaBroscoe: I haven't seen someone with a body like that in far, far too long.You're not so bad yourself.Gilda: You should have seen me before all this. Red hair that was the envy of every girl and legs for days, darling.X1a
19301047F7CDLC03FemaleGildaBroscoe: I haven't seen someone with a body like that in far, far too long.Can we talk about the murder?Gilda: Oh boo. You're no fun. I suppose we can talk about the case, unless you'd rather hear some stories from my acting career?Y1a
19401045B60Player Default: How rude! I guess I'll just find someone else to tell my acting stories to. Goodbye Detective.Not right now.Gilda: I'll be around. Languishing from your inattention.B1a
19501045B5FPlayer Default: I'm sure you'd rather hear some of my stories from the silver screen rather than talk about that nasty murder business.I must say, you're quite the actress.Gilda: What can I say? It just comes naturally.X1a
196Player Default: I'm sure you'd rather hear some of my stories from the silver screen rather than talk about that nasty murder business.Have you ever done radio? Your voice is quite enchanting.Gilda: What can I say? It just comes naturally.X2a
197Player Default: I'm sure you'd rather hear some of my stories from the silver screen rather than talk about that nasty murder business.I must say, I've known flesh and blood girls who aren't half the woman you are.Gilda: What can I say? It just comes naturally.X3a
198Player Default: I'm sure you'd rather hear some of my stories from the silver screen rather than talk about that nasty murder business.{you are about to have relations with a robobrain} Why don't we grab a bottle of wine and go watch the sunset?Gilda: What can I say? It just comes naturally.X4a
19901045B5EPlayer Default: Oh boo. You're no fun. I suppose we can talk about the case, unless you'd rather hear some stories from my acting career?Can you answer some questions?Gilda: Sure, darling, what did you need?Y2a
200Player Default: Oh boo. You're no fun. I suppose we can talk about the case, unless you'd rather hear some stories from my acting career?I had some questions to ask...Gilda: Sure, darling, what did you need?Y3a
201Player Default: Oh boo. You're no fun. I suppose we can talk about the case, unless you'd rather hear some stories from my acting career?Tell me something...Gilda: Sure, darling, what did you need?Y4a
20201045B57Gilda: Did you need something else?It looks like the baseball bat from Keith's movie is missing.Gilda: Really? That's a shame, it was a great picture. He was so cute in that tight uniform.X1a
203Gilda: Did you need something else?I found Keith's baseball bat at the scene of the murder. Any thoughts on how it got there?Gilda: Really? That's a shame, it was a great picture. He was so cute in that tight uniform.X2a
204Gilda: Did you need something else?I've gotten the impression you've had an affair with Santiago.Gilda: Really? That's a shame, it was a great picture. He was so cute in that tight uniform.X3a
205Gilda: Did you need something else?I found a love letter to Ezra in your room. Know anything about it?Gilda: Really? That's a shame, it was a great picture. He was so cute in that tight uniform.X4a
206Gilda: Did you need something else?You need to come clean about Keith and Ezra.Gilda: Really? That's a shame, it was a great picture. He was so cute in that tight uniform.X5a
207Gilda: Did you need something else?What were you and Keith talking about when I came in?Gilda: Really? That's a shame, it was a great picture. He was so cute in that tight uniform.X6a
20801045B56Gilda: Did you need something else?Apparently Julianna had a big argument with Ezra a few days before he died. Did you happen to overhear any of the conversation?Gilda: Oh ho ho! Yes, I haven't seen a woman go off like that since Theresa Dubois fired her costume designer. But to get back to your question...Y1a
209DLC03_V118_QuestIntroSantiagoPainting01045BA5Santiago: Tell me, are you a devotee of the arts? Does that cruel muse call you to her entrapping bosom?Art is life, without it we are no different than animals.Santiago: Perhaps. If all we are is a sentience floating in a suit of flesh, or metal I suppose, then art is the only true communion with the world.A1a
21001045BA4Santiago: Tell me, are you a devotee of the arts? Does that cruel muse call you to her entrapping bosom?Art is a pointless waste of time.Santiago: Ah, the spartan pragmatist. But if one can only manage to achieve physiological sustenance, is that not a greater waste of time on this earth?B1a
21101045BA3Santiago: Tell me, are you a devotee of the arts? Does that cruel muse call you to her entrapping bosom?It's okay. I've gone to a few museums.Santiago: Museums! I'm talking about art. Art! The jubilant ecstasy of the soul made material! You cannot contain that in a museum!X1a
21201045BA2Santiago: Tell me, are you a devotee of the arts? Does that cruel muse call you to her entrapping bosom?Please, I'm trying to investigate the case...Santiago: There will be plenty of time for that. We have more important matters to attend to.Y3a
213Santiago: Tell me, are you a devotee of the arts? Does that cruel muse call you to her entrapping bosom?There is a killer out there on the loose. I need you to answer some questions about the facts of the case.Santiago: There will be plenty of time for that. We have more important matters to attend to.Y4a
214Santiago: Tell me, are you a devotee of the arts? Does that cruel muse call you to her entrapping bosom?{disbelief and stern disapproval} You realize you're a suspect right? I need you to answer some questions.Santiago: There will be plenty of time for that. We have more important matters to attend to.Y5a
21501045B97Santiago: And what about this one? And be honest, for art without honesty is just politics.It's a metaphor. A young creature grappling with ideas it doesn't possess the capability to understand.Santiago: Intriguing, the mind will superimpose meaning where none was intended. I hadn't considered it.A1a
21601045B96Santiago: And what about this one? And be honest, for art without honesty is just politics.This is bullshit. You're talking out your ass and wasting my time.Santiago: Got it in one.B1a
21701045B95Santiago: And what about this one? And be honest, for art without honesty is just politics.It's cute, I guess. Some people like that kind of thing.Santiago: More than you would imagine!X1a
21801045B8FSantiago: Tell me, what does this one say to you?It's the war. Bombs from every direction. No up or down, the world turned on its head.Santiago: I suppose in a way it must be. Art shapes the world, and the world shapes art in return.A1a
21901045B8ESantiago: Tell me, what does this one say to you?You're wasting my time. There's a killer on the loose.Santiago: A killer on the loose. Perhaps that is what I should name this piece.B1a
22001045B8DSantiago: Tell me, what does this one say to you?It looks like trees in space. Maybe it's about the struggle to maintain life adrift in an empty void.Santiago: Intriguing. What a Post-Cynical Futurist interpretation. All meaning is contained in the struggle for life to continue.X1a
22101045B87Santiago: Tell me. What does this piece say to you?It's about composition. The balance of colors and emotions and the struggle to maintain internal order.Santiago: Indeed. This was the last piece I did in a series of portraits of Gilda. Number 1378.A1a
22201045B86Santiago: Tell me. What does this piece say to you?I don't like it. There's no subject, it's just random paint.Santiago: Perhaps that is entirely the point. Like life, there is no subject, no reason. Just random stimulae that our minds try to spin into a cohesive story.B1a
22301045B85Santiago: Tell me. What does this piece say to you?It looks kind of like a face. That spot is the eye, the red blotch is its hair, and it's sticking its tongue out.Santiago: Indeed. This was the last piece I did in a series of portraits of Gilda. Number 1378.X1a
224DLC03_V118_QuestJuliannaMain0104E6E5Player Default: That's just silly, Detective. Why would I want to kill Mr. Parker?Give it up, I know your secret Julianna.A1a
225Or should I say, Ezra?Julianna: Well, Detective, that's quite the claim.A1b
226Player Default: That's just silly, Detective. Why would I want to kill Mr. Parker?Ezra was embezzling your money. That's why you killed him and framed Keith.Julianna: Well, Detective, that's quite the claim.A2a
2270104E6E4Player Default: Good luck catching the murderer, Detective.Never mind.Julianna: Good. Perhaps you should rethink your investigation.B1a
2280104E6E3Player Default: I wasn't feeling well that day and lashed out a bit at the poor man. I really should have listened to him more.I'm not sure yet.Julianna: It's not me, Detective. Clearly you should be looking at that actor.X1a
2290104E6E2Player Default: If you ask me, it's one of those actors. Or that horrible painter. Their type is always the cause of violence.Maybe you can give me a reason it couldn't be you.Julianna: I'm sick all the time, Detective. I don't have the strength to do such a thing.Y1a
23001045B39DLC03FemaleJuliannaRiggs: Hello Detective. Did you have a question about the heinous murder?I think you're the real murderer.Julianna: That's just silly, Detective. Why would I want to kill Mr. Parker?A1a
23101045B37DLC03FemaleJuliannaRiggs: Hello Detective. Did you have a question about the heinous murder?I heard you had a big fight with Ezra a few days ago. Care to explain?Julianna: Oh well, it wasn't that big a deal really. He wanted more money to pay for repairs on the hotel.X1a
232DLC03FemaleJuliannaRiggs: Hello Detective. Did you have a question about the heinous murder?I found some evidence that Ezra was embezzling from you and the other investors...Julianna: Oh well, it wasn't that big a deal really. He wanted more money to pay for repairs on the hotel.X2a
233DLC03FemaleJuliannaRiggs: Hello Detective. Did you have a question about the heinous murder?What's with all the junk in here?Julianna: Oh well, it wasn't that big a deal really. He wanted more money to pay for repairs on the hotel.X3a
234DLC03_V118_QuestKeithMain0104DC15Player Default: What? That makes no sense at all, what motive would I possibly have to kill Ezra?You thought Gilda was cheating on you with Ezra.Keith: That's ridiculous, I don't care who Gilda sees. You aren't going to pin this on me!A1a
235Player Default: What? That makes no sense at all, what motive would I possibly have to kill Ezra?I don't know yet, but I'll find the motive.Keith: That's ridiculous, I don't care who Gilda sees. You aren't going to pin this on me!A2a
2360104DC13Player Default: That's odd. I don't really know where that could have gone.The motive doesn't matter. All the clues point to you.Keith: This is bullshit, you can't just convict me with out motive!X1a
23701045AF9DLC03MaleKeithMcKinney: Hello Detective. How can I help? Did you have questions about the case?I think you're the murderer. The brain enclosure was smashed in and your bat was at the scene of the crime.Keith: What? That makes no sense at all, what motive would I possibly have to kill Ezra?A1a
23801045AF7DLC03MaleKeithMcKinney: Hello Detective. How can I help? Did you have questions about the case?It looks like the baseball bat from your movie is missing.Keith: That's odd. I don't really know where that could have gone.X1a
239DLC03MaleKeithMcKinney: Hello Detective. How can I help? Did you have questions about the case?I found your baseball bat at the crime scene. Care to explain how it got there?Keith: That's odd. I don't really know where that could have gone.X2a
240DLC03MaleKeithMcKinney: Hello Detective. How can I help? Did you have questions about the case?Tell me about you and Ezra.Keith: That's odd. I don't really know where that could have gone.X4a
241DLC03MaleKeithMcKinney: Hello Detective. How can I help? Did you have questions about the case?It sounds like Gilda has had affairs with other people. That doesn't bother you?Keith: That's odd. I don't really know where that could have gone.X5a
242DLC03MaleKeithMcKinney: Hello Detective. How can I help? Did you have questions about the case?What were you and Gilda talking about when I walked in?Keith: That's odd. I don't really know where that could have gone.X6a
243DLC03_V118_QuestSantiagoMain01047F94Player Default: Oh? And what motive would I have to kill our dear Ezra?You're still in love with Gilda and you wanted Keith out of the picture.Santiago: Just like my critics. Always willing to paint passion as madness!A1a
24401045B75Santiago: What else did you need?I think you're the murderer. You used Keith's bat to frame him and left a trail of paint so we would find it.Santiago: Oh? And what motive would I have to kill our dear Ezra?A1a
245Santiago: What else did you need?Tell me about yourself.Santiago: Oh? And what motive would I have to kill our dear Ezra?A2a
24601045B73Santiago: What else did you need?I found red paint at the crime scene, know anything about that?Santiago: No, actually. Ezra borrowed my last can and now I can't find it.X1a
247Santiago: What else did you need?I think you should explain why you keep returning to the crime scene.Santiago: No, actually. Ezra borrowed my last can and now I can't find it.X2a
248Santiago: What else did you need?It sounds like you've done a lot of paintings of Gilda. Why her?Santiago: No, actually. Ezra borrowed my last can and now I can't find it.X3a
249Santiago: What else did you need?You're still in love with Gilda, aren't you?Santiago: No, actually. Ezra borrowed my last can and now I can't find it.X4a
250Santiago: What else did you need?Maybe later.Santiago: No, actually. Ezra borrowed my last can and now I can't find it.X5a
25101045B72Santiago: What else did you need?What were Julianna and Ezra arguing about?Santiago: I don't know, I was painting at the time and was trying to block it out. Though I bet Gilda probably heard them. Maybe you should check with her.Y1a
252Santiago: What else did you need?Did you have any thoughts about the murder?Santiago: I don't know, I was painting at the time and was trying to block it out. Though I bet Gilda probably heard them. Maybe you should check with her.Y2a
253-01038B00Never mind.
254How did you know Ezra?
255Tell me about yourself.
256Is there anyone you are suspicious about?
257Can I ask you some questions about the case?
258How did you know Ezra Parker?
259Tell me about Keith McKinney.
260What can you tell me about Gilda Broscoe?
261What can you tell me about Spencer Lords?
262Tell me about Bert Riggs.
263What can you tell me about Julianna Riggs?
264What can you tell me about Santiago Avida?
265It's about the other residents...
266I had a question about someone else.
267It's about the other residents...
268I wanted to hear your thoughts on the case.
269I think you're the murderer.
270The blood trail leads right to your room.
271You smashed his brain enclosure with the missing baseball bat.
272Yes.
273I found Keith's baseball bat in your room. Care to explain?
274There appears to be blood leading right to your door. Care to explain?
275There's a trail of red paint leading right to your door. Any idea how it got there?

DLC03Acadia_BoSEdit

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276DLC03Acadia_BoS_LarsenEndingScene01034E4ELarsen: Are we sure that's all of them?Relax. We definitely got them all.Larsen: You've seen this place, and... whatever the hell they were up to. I'm sure you can understand my concern.A1a
27701034E4DLarsen: Are we sure that's all of them?Hard to be sure. I don't think there are any left, but you never know.Larsen: I don't like the thought of leaving this unfinished.B1a
27801034E4CLarsen: Are we sure that's all of them?Who cares? We got enough of them.Larsen: We should all care. If we didn't wipe them out, they can rebuild and then we're back to square one.X1a
27901034E4BLarsen: Are we sure that's all of them?Are we sure there wasn't some other way to handle this?Larsen: Little late to be having second thoughts, don't you think?Y1a
2800101C83FHey, Larsen.Larsen: Well, that could've been worse.A
281DLC03Acadia_BoS_LarsenScene0101C83FLooks like you made it.Larsen: Sir!A
282Larsen...Larsen: Sir!A
283Hey, Larsen.Larsen: Sir!A
284Captain.Larsen: Sir!A
28501030E86Larsen: It's my understanding that you were assigned reconaissance duty. That's proceeding as planned?That's right. I'm scouting the target area.Larsen: Very good. We'll be here when you're ready.A1a
28601030E85Larsen: It's my understanding that you were assigned reconaissance duty. That's proceeding as planned?Let's take it down a notch, pal. I'll get around to it.Larsen: Look, we're taking a risk being here. We're exposed, and we're separated from the main force. The sooner we get this over with, the better.B1a
28701030E84Larsen: It's my understanding that you were assigned reconaissance duty. That's proceeding as planned?Wait, that was my job? I thought I was in charge of party supplies!Larsen: The longer we're out in the open, the greater the chance that we'll lose the element of surprise, or worse, come under attack.X1a
28801030E83Larsen: It's my understanding that you were assigned reconaissance duty. That's proceeding as planned?What exactly is the plan for moving in?Larsen: Once the order's been given, we'll air drop on to the site, lock it down, and obliterate every synth we find.Y1a
28901030E7DLarsen: Are we cleared to initiate the assault?We're clear. Let's move out.Larsen: Very good. We'll see you there.A1a
29001030E7CLarsen: Are we cleared to initiate the assault?Not yet. I need more time.Larsen: If you say so... We'll just keep waiting.B1a
29101030E7BLarsen: Are we cleared to initiate the assault?There must be some other way to resolve this...Larsen: You know as well as I do that those synths cannot be allowed to exist. Don't worry, our men should be safe. Now, can we go?X1a
29201030E7ALarsen: Are we cleared to initiate the assault?What's our strategy?Larsen: We won't move in until you're on site. Then we do a sweep and clear, floor by floor.Y1a
293DLC03Acadia_BoS_MQ01Scene_Kells01024F90CaptainKells: Proceed.There are rumors about some kind of safe haven for rogue synths up north.CaptainKells: It's not enough that we have to root them out here... Now we need to worry about them surfacing elsewhere?A1a
29401024F8FCaptainKells: Proceed.There is evidence that someone may be amassing a group of synths up the coast.CaptainKells: If that's true, it the potential to represent a significant threat.B1a
29501024F8ECaptainKells: Proceed.I have reason to believe a synth calling herself Kasumi has fled the Commonwealth to the north.CaptainKells: We're well aware of the problem of synths malfunctioning. This wouldn't be the first one that's fled the Commonwealth. Is there more?X1a
29601024F8DCaptainKells: Proceed.Have you heard anything about a town up north called Far Harbor?CaptainKells: North beyond the Commonwealth? No, operations have been kept to this area. Why?Y1a
29701024F87CaptainKells: We need confirmation, not rumors or hearsay. Can I trust that you'll follow up on this, and report your findings directly to me?You can count on me. I'm on it.CaptainKells: Very good.A1a
29801024F86CaptainKells: We need confirmation, not rumors or hearsay. Can I trust that you'll follow up on this, and report your findings directly to me?That's not my in job description.CaptainKells: It is now.B1a
29901024F85CaptainKells: We need confirmation, not rumors or hearsay. Can I trust that you'll follow up on this, and report your findings directly to me?I'll try and get around to it.CaptainKells: See that you do.X1a
30001024F84CaptainKells: We need confirmation, not rumors or hearsay. Can I trust that you'll follow up on this, and report your findings directly to me?How do you suggest I proceed?CaptainKells: Investigate these rumors. Travel north if necessary.Y1a
301DLC03Acadia_BoS_MQ03Scene_Kells0101C83FCaptain Kells, I have new information on the synth colony to the north.CaptainKells: Tell me everything you've learned.A
302I have a situation I need to report.CaptainKells: Tell me everything you've learned.A
3030101C839CaptainKells: All right, I'm listening.I found a place called Acadia. The Brotherhood will want to do something about it.CaptainKells: I fail to see why I - or anyone - should care about this.A1a
3040101C838CaptainKells: All right, I'm listening.Never mind. It can wait.CaptainKells: If you say so.B1a
3050101C837CaptainKells: All right, I'm listening.I found a group of escaped synths.CaptainKells: All right, you have my attention.X1a
3060101C836CaptainKells: All right, I'm listening.Would it be possible for the Brotherhood to travel north?CaptainKells: It'd have to be a damn good reason to take our focus off the Commonwealth.Y1a
3070101C82DCaptainKells: Are you going to explain why this is relevant?There's a synth calling itself "DiMA" gathering followers in Acadia.CaptainKells: It's re-named itself? You mean it's acting autonomously?A1a
3080101C82CPlayer Default: If you say so.Acadia has been turned into a fortified location hiding escaped synths.CaptainKells: They're actively defending themselves, in other words.B1a
3090101C82BCaptainKells: Tell me everything you know.They're growing in number. More synths are regularly being brought in.CaptainKells: So this isn't a problem we can allow to continue...X1a
3100101C82ACaptainKells: I need specifics here. Exactly what are we talking about?They're trying to set up some kind of permanent place for themselves, outside the Institute.CaptainKells: So this isn't an Institute operation? That makes it even worse.Y1a

DLC03Acadia_InstituteEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
311DLC03Acadia_Institute_MoseleyFinishScene01037D0BWilliamMoseley: Couldn't have done this without you. Great work, really.I'm just glad this is over.WilliamMoseley: You and me both. I am not fond of field work. I'll be very happy to get back to the Institute.A1a
31201037D0AWilliamMoseley: Couldn't have done this without you. Great work, really.I hope someone's going to look into why these synths malfunctioned.WilliamMoseley: I'm sure the SRB will do a thorough analysis. Incidents like these don't reflect well on anyone, you know what I mean?B1a
31301037D09WilliamMoseley: Couldn't have done this without you. Great work, really.Hey, you know me - always glad to enslave the little guy.WilliamMoseley: Heh, I mean... it's not really enslaving. We're just getting them back to what they were built for.X1a
31401037D08WilliamMoseley: Couldn't have done this without you. Great work, really.DiMA's some sort of prototype. What's going to happen to him?WilliamMoseley: Hmm. That'll be up to someone else, but I'd guess it will be taken apart, and looked over. See if we can find the initial malfunction.Y1a
315DLC03Acadia_Institute_MoseleyStage50Scene0102F3BDWilliamMoseley: My understanding is that you're providing additional recon.I'm on top of it, don't worry. Everything's fine.WilliamMoseley: Oh no, Director, I wasn't worried at all.A1a
3160102F3BCWilliamMoseley: My understanding is that you're providing additional recon.You worry about your job, I'll worry about mine.WilliamMoseley: Right. Sorry. I'll just be here when you need me, then.B1a
3170102F3BBWilliamMoseley: My understanding is that you're providing additional recon.They'll name me Prom King any day now, just you wait.WilliamMoseley: Heh. Uhh, okay.... I'll be ready when you are, then.X1a
3180102F3BAWilliamMoseley: My understanding is that you're providing additional recon.Do you need anything?WilliamMoseley: No, I think we'll be prepared once the operation is a go. Just let me know when it's time.Y1a
3190102F3B5Player Default: Oh no, Director, I wasn't worried at all.It's time. We need to move on Acadia now.WilliamMoseley: Right. We'll get the relay fired up, then.A1a
3200102F3B4Player Default: Right. Sorry. I'll just be here when you need me, then.I'm not ready yet. I need more time.WilliamMoseley: Okay... I guess... it's your call, I mean. We'll be ready when you are.B1a
3210102F3B3Player Default: Heh. Uhh, okay.... I'll be ready when you are, then.There must be some other way to handle this...WilliamMoseley: It's a little late to be second-guessing things now, don't you think? We'll re-purpose all of them, don't worry. But you didn't answer the question...X1a
3220102F3B2Player Default: No, I think we'll be prepared once the operation is a go. Just let me know when it's time.What exactly is the plan?WilliamMoseley: Same as any other retrieval op, really. Just on a larger scale.Y1a
323DLC03Acadia_Institute_MQ01Scene0102173DPlayer Default: Thank you, Director.There are rumors of some kind of synth colony up north.WilliamMoseley: Well, this is the first I've heard of it. That would be an unfortunate development... If it's true, I mean.A1a
3240102173CPlayer Default: Oh. Oh dear. Okay, well I'll try... harder? I'll work on it.I found a holotape - someone's encouraging synths to flee up the coast to the north.WilliamMoseley: There have been a few units that have been particularly difficult to track down. If they're leaving the Commonwealth entirely, that would explain it.B1a
3250102173BPlayer Default: Right, sorry. Of course.I'm tracking a woman named Kasumi, who believes she's a synth.WilliamMoseley: Kasumi? Not one of ours, clearly. Perhaps a defective unit who's been re-programmed by someone?X1a
3260102173APlayer Default: Anyway, I'm just here trying to do my part.Is the SRB running some kind of sting operation? Something out of a place called "Far Harbor"?WilliamMoseley: What? No... I've never heard of that.Y1a
327DLC03Acadia_Institute_MQ03Scene01013F53I have some more information about the synths up north.WilliamMoseley: Pleasure to meet you. William Moseley, Advanced Systems.A
328I need to talk to someone about a situation up north.WilliamMoseley: Pleasure to meet you. William Moseley, Advanced Systems.A
3290104E0A8WilliamMoseley: I hope I don't disappoint.I'm sure you'll be fine.WilliamMoseley: Thank you, Director.A1a
3300104E0A7WilliamMoseley: I hope I don't disappoint.Hate to burst your bubble pal, but I'm already disappointed.WilliamMoseley: Oh. Oh dear. Okay, well I'll try... harder? I'll work on it.B1a
3310104E0A6WilliamMoseley: I hope I don't disappoint.Let's skip the small talk and get to work.WilliamMoseley: Right, sorry. Of course.X1a
3320104E0A5WilliamMoseley: I hope I don't disappoint.What's your story, William?WilliamMoseley: Me? Oh... Uhh, I've been acting as sort of a liason between Advanced Systems and the SRB for a few years now.Y1a
33301020795WilliamMoseley: Learn whatever you can about them; I'll talk to Advanced Systems about re-calibrating the Relay and putting a team together.I'm on it.WilliamMoseley: I'll make sure you get whatever support you need.A1a
33401020794WilliamMoseley: Learn whatever you can about them; I'll talk to Advanced Systems about re-calibrating the Relay and putting a team together.I won't make any promises. I've got a lot to do.WilliamMoseley: I understand.B1a
33501020793WilliamMoseley: Learn whatever you can about them; I'll talk to Advanced Systems about re-calibrating the Relay and putting a team together.There's still the issue of this girl, Kasumi... she thinks she's a synth.WilliamMoseley: I can tell you that she's not one of ours.X1a
336WilliamMoseley: Learn whatever you can about them; I'll talk to Advanced Systems about re-calibrating the Relay and putting a team together.There's a woman caught up in the middle of this who thinks she's a synth. Her name's Kasumi.WilliamMoseley: I can tell you that she's not one of ours.X2a
33701020792WilliamMoseley: Learn whatever you can about them; I'll talk to Advanced Systems about re-calibrating the Relay and putting a team together.What do you know about the synth calling himself DiMA?WilliamMoseley: The designation isn't ours, I know that much. I'm afraid I don't know anything... This is all very frustrating.Y1a
3380102078DPlayer Default: I'll make sure you get whatever support you need.He looks like one of the older models. Not human at all.WilliamMoseley: Not a 3rd generation? That's... I'm not sure what to make of that. The personality matrices for earlier synths were so limited...A1a
3390102078CPlayer Default: I understand.That's all I can tell you.WilliamMoseley: Well, okay. I feel like a bit of a broken holotape here, but the more information you can bring me, the better.B1a
3400102078BPlayer Default: There's still the issue of this girl, Kasumi... she thinks she's a synth.He looks like he's been heavily modified.WilliamMoseley: Self-modification? We've never run into problems with that in the history of the program. At least, not that I'm aware of.X1a
3410102078APlayer Default: Is there anything else you can tell me?He claims to be unique. Some kind of prototype, maybe?WilliamMoseley: I suppose that's possible, but... Well, I'd have to look through archived records to learn more.Y1a
34201013F49Player Default: Thank you, Director.There's a place called Acadia...WilliamMoseley: Acadia... that sounds so familiar. Where have I heard it before?A1a
34301013F48Player Default: Oh. Oh dear. Okay, well I'll try... harder? I'll work on it.Actually, never mind.WilliamMoseley: Oh, okay.B1a
34401013F47Player Default: Right, sorry. Of course.I found a group of escaped synths. I thought the SRB should know.WilliamMoseley: Really. That's pretty serious, if true.X1a
34501013F46Player Default: Anyway, I'm just here trying to do my part.Ever had a problem with a Courser going missing?WilliamMoseley: Besides the one you're responsible for eliminating?Y1a
34601013F41WilliamMoseley: Just... tell me whatever you can.A synth calling himself "DiMA" is running things.WilliamMoseley: Synths giving themselves new designations is certainly never a good sign. And he's manipulating others?A1a
34701013F40Player Default: Oh, okay.They've holed up in an old Observatory. Looks like a fortified location.WilliamMoseley: So, an effort to reclaim them has been anticipated. All right...B1a
34801013F3FWilliamMoseley: Tell me everything you know.There are a good number of them already, and they're actively looking for more.WilliamMoseley: Definitely concerning. Individuals aren't that difficult to reclaim, but large groups are trickier.X1a
34901013F3EWilliamMoseley: Give me as much information as you have.They have a former Courser helping them.WilliamMoseley: Well, that borders on horrifying.Y1a

DLC03Acadia_RREdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
350DLC03Acadia_RR_StartScene0104A10FRRContact: There's word that there's some kind of colony of synths way up the coast, all on their own. You heard anything like that?I'm following a lead on a place called Far Harbor.RRContact: Never heard of it. Doesn't mean it's not connected, though...A1a
3510104A10ERRContact: There's word that there's some kind of colony of synths way up the coast, all on their own. You heard anything like that?Sorry, I don't know anything.RRContact: All right, well listen. I'm thinking there's something to all this. If you get anything concrete, let me know, okay?B1a
3520104A10DRRContact: There's word that there's some kind of colony of synths way up the coast, all on their own. You heard anything like that?There's a girl named Kasumi Nakano - she disappeared up north. Sounds like she heard the same stories, and thinks she's a synth.RRContact: The name doesn't ring a bell... If she is a synth, it doesn't sound like we ever helped her.X1a
3530104A10CRRContact: There's word that there's some kind of colony of synths way up the coast, all on their own. You heard anything like that?The Railroad has connections up the coast?RRContact: No, not really. I mean, we give synths a head-start out of the Commonwealth, but whatever this is, it isn't us.Y1a
354010203DCPlayer Default: If you're already looking into it, don't let me stop you. Just let me know if you find anything, okay?You heard right. I found a place called Acadia, full of synths.RRContact: I knew it! There was always talk of someplace up north, but we couldn't ever verify it.A1a
355010203DBPlayer Default: All right, well listen. I'm thinking there's something to all this. If you get anything concrete, let me know, okay?Nope, sorry. No idea what you're talking about.RRContact: Look, I get that it's supposed to be a secret. Railroad, remember? We're all about secrets.B1a
356010203DAPlayer Default: I'm gonna keep my ear to the ground; you do the same. If you get anything concrete, let me know, okay?I met a synth, calls himself DiMA. He's trying to create a community up north for synths.RRContact: Really? That's... that's amazing. I've never heard of this Dima, but he sounds like our kind of guy. Synth. You know what I mean.X1a
357010203D9Player Default: The Railroad has connections up the coast?How'd you hear about that?RRContact: There's been talk for a while now about a safe place up north, but no confirmation.Y1a
358010203D3RRContact: Do they need our help? Can we establish some formal communications with them?They could absolutely use the Railroad's help.RRContact: That's maybe the best news I've heard in a long time.A1a
359010203D2RRContact: Do they need our help? Can we establish some formal communications with them?They're not looking for help from anyone. They just want to be left alone.RRContact: Really? They know who we are, what we do... Right?B1a
360010203D1RRContact: Do they need our help? Can we establish some formal communications with them?They're not the most trusting folks. I'll talk to them, find out if there's anything they need.RRContact: Please do. It would be enough just to know we have someplace we can send synths looking for a way out of the Commonwealth.X1a
361010203D0RRContact: Do they need our help? Can we establish some formal communications with them?What sort of help could the Railroad offer?RRContact: We're stretched thin on supplies, but we could try and send them whatever we can spare.Y1a

DLC03AcadiaDialogueEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
362DLC03AcadiaDialogueAsterBaseScene010381A1DLC03FemaleAster: Can I help you?I'd like to help you with your research.Aster: Oh, well... that's thoughtful of you.A1a
363DLC03FemaleAster: Can I help you?Still collecting Asters?Aster: Oh, well... that's thoughtful of you.A2a
364010381A0DLC03FemaleAster: Can I help you?Never mind.Aster: I'll get back to it, then.B1a
3650103819FDLC03FemaleAster: Can I help you?I could use a doctor.Aster: Well, I'm the closest you're going to get around here.X1a
3660103819EDLC03FemaleAster: Can I help you?What can you tell me about Acadia?Aster: It was originally a place of science. I like that about it; feels like home, in a way.Y1a
367DLC03AcadiaDialogueAsterDoctorIntro0103819CAster: What can I do for you?{Neutral} Not feeling great at the moment.Aster: Tell me what troubles you.A1a
368Aster: What can I do for you?{Neutral} Not feeling so hot. Mind taking a look?Aster: Tell me what troubles you.A2a
369Aster: What can I do for you?{Neutral} Could use some fixing up.Aster: Tell me what troubles you.A3a
3700103819AAster: What can I do for you?{Neutral} Could use some supplies, actually.Aster: I may have what you're looking for.X1a
371Aster: What can I do for you?{Neutral} I was hoping to pick up some supplies.Aster: I may have what you're looking for.X2a
372Aster: What can I do for you?{Neutral} Actually, I need some supplies for the road.Aster: I may have what you're looking for.X3a
37301038199Aster: What can I do for you?{hesitant, slightly concerned / Concerned} You do have some sort of medical experience, right?Aster: Reading counts as experience, right? Or at least it's pretty close?Y1a
374DLC03AcadiaDialogueAsterExamScene01038194{doctor just cured your injuries / Neutral} I feel a lot better.A2a
37501038193No. We're done.B2a
376No other complaints.B3a
377That was it.B4a
37801038192{doctor just cleaned out your radiation / Neutral} All the rads are gone. Thank you.Aster: Almost certainly won't stay that way, but good for you. Anything else?X2a
379{Neutral} Haven't soaked up too much radiation.Aster: Almost certainly won't stay that way, but good for you. Anything else?X3a
380{Neutral} Radiation's not giving me trouble at the moment.Aster: Almost certainly won't stay that way, but good for you. Anything else?X5a
381{Neutral} Think I've soaked up too many rads.Aster: Almost certainly won't stay that way, but good for you. Anything else?X7a
38201038191{doctor just cleaned out your drug addictions} Feel better now that I'm cleaned up.Aster: Glad to hear it. Something else you need?Y3a
383{Neutral} I think I took something... too much of something. Do you have anything for addiction?Aster: Glad to hear it. Something else you need?Y8a
384DLC03AcadiaDialogueAsterFlowerScene0103A524Aster: I can offer you a meager amount of caps, if that makes the idea more appealing.I have some flowers for you.Aster: I'm sorry, is this a joke I'm not in on? If you do actually find any I'll be happy to take them.A1a
385Aster: I can offer you a meager amount of caps, if that makes the idea more appealing.Oh, look at that. I already have some.Aster: I'm sorry, is this a joke I'm not in on? If you do actually find any I'll be happy to take them.A2a
3860103A523Aster: I can offer you a meager amount of caps, if that makes the idea more appealing.Never mind.Aster: That's fine. I'm sure we both have other things to tend to.B1a
3870103A522Aster: I can offer you a meager amount of caps, if that makes the idea more appealing.I'm keeping an eye out for more flowers.Aster: I know it can seem trivial, in light of everything else that's going on, but I do appreciate it.X1a
3880103A521Aster: I can offer you a meager amount of caps, if that makes the idea more appealing.What exactly is the point of all this?Aster: A mix of scientific inquiry and personal interest, I suppose. I'm curious about the changes the species has gone through over the centuries.Y1a
389DLC03AcadiaDialogueAsterInitialScene0100880EAster: And then passing that knowledge along to those who will follow us.That sounds like a noble goal.Aster: Well, thank you. I wish more shared the sentiment.A1a
3900100880DAster: And then passing that knowledge along to those who will follow us.Wow, what a tremendous waste of time.Aster: Perhaps if you're extremely short-sighted. Or maybe you have some better plan for helping future generations survive.B1a
3910100880CAster: And then passing that knowledge along to those who will follow us.If that's what floats your boat...Aster: It gives me a sense of purpose, yes. I like having something worthwhile to which I can dedicate my time.X1a
3920100880BAster: And then passing that knowledge along to those who will follow us.So, what exactly are you doing?Aster: As much as I can, given limited resources. Cataloguing specimens, observing evolutionary trends, compiling data for future generations.Y1a
393010071DCDLC03FemaleAster: So, I understand you've seen a good bit of our island. What do you think?It's kind of beautiful, in its own way.Aster: That's... refreshing. Most don't view it the same; I'm glad someone else can see it.A1a
394010071DBDLC03FemaleAster: So, I understand you've seen a good bit of our island. What do you think?The term "Hell-hole" comes to mind.Aster: Perhaps a bit harsh, but the environment certainly can be unforgiving.B1a
395010071DADLC03FemaleAster: So, I understand you've seen a good bit of our island. What do you think?Quaint, with sort of an old-world, "burn it to the ground and salt the earth" kind of charm.Aster: Hmm, interesting. Of course, it was already burnt to the ground once. I'm not sure attempting that again would yield much.X1a
396010071D9DLC03FemaleAster: So, I understand you've seen a good bit of our island. What do you think?You're the one who lives here. What do you think of it?Aster: Well, I... I think it's all rather compelling.Y1a
397DLC03AcadiaDialogueChaseBaseScene01026047DLC03FemaleChase: Did you need something?I'd like to help you all. Is there anything I can do?Chase: No, I'm afraid not.A1a
39801026046DLC03FemaleChase: Did you need something?Never mind.Chase: All right.B1a
39901026045DLC03FemaleChase: Did you need something?Tell me about Acadia.Chase: DiMA's told you most of what you need to know.X1a
400DLC03AcadiaDialogueChaseInitialScene01008A29Chase: I'm afraid your journey was unnecessary.I wanted to see for myself that she's safe.Chase: You have my word.A1a
40101008A28Chase: I'm afraid your journey was unnecessary.I'm not convinced she is safe.Chase: By all means, look around. Investigate. We have nothing to hide.B1a
40201008A27Chase: I'm afraid your journey was unnecessary.And miss out on a fun boat ride? Never.Chase: Well then at least you have the return trip to look forward to.X1a
40301008A26Chase: I'm afraid your journey was unnecessary.So, you're saying you could've done a better job of it? Didn't know it was a competition.Chase: Yes, absolutely.Y1a
40401008A1FChase: My job is to make sure they all remain safe, no matter what. Understand?Hey, no argument from me.Chase: Good. Glad to hear it.A1a
40501008A1EChase: My job is to make sure they all remain safe, no matter what. Understand?That probably won't work out for you in the long run.Chase: We'll see. I'm very good at what I do.B1a
40601008A1DChase: My job is to make sure they all remain safe, no matter what. Understand?Sounds like a pretty thankless job.Chase: I don't do it to be thanked. I do it because otherwise, we'd all be dead.X1a
40701008A1CChase: My job is to make sure they all remain safe, no matter what. Understand?How do you manage to track down synths and bring them here?Chase: I... have a network of contacts throughout the area. Some from my time with the Institute, some after.Y1a
408DLC03AcadiaDialogueCogBaseScene01027077DLC03MaleCog: Need something?{Friendly} Hey, Kasumi said she needed the key to the storage room downstairs. Can I borrow it?Cog: Well, yeah, I guess. I mean, you could, but I lost it. Should never have agreed to help Faraday move all that equipment in the observatory.Y1a
409DLC03MaleCog: Need something?Anything interesting you can tell me about Acadia?Cog: Well, yeah, I guess. I mean, you could, but I lost it. Should never have agreed to help Faraday move all that equipment in the observatory.Y2a
410DLC03AcadiaDialogueCogInitialScene010071F6Cog: What you are, where you came from... Let go of all that, and life gets simple.Yeah, I hear you.Cog: That so? Most of the chumps here act like I'm out of my gourd. Good to know someone else sees it my way.A1a
411010071F5Cog: What you are, where you came from... Let go of all that, and life gets simple.That sounds pretty bleak to me.Cog: It's all in how you look at it.B1a
412010071F4Cog: What you are, where you came from... Let go of all that, and life gets simple.You must be the life of the party around here.Cog: Hey, if we had parties, I damn well would be.X1a
413010071F3Cog: What you are, where you came from... Let go of all that, and life gets simple.Is there anything you care about?Cog: I mean, staying alive is preferable to... not. Beyond that, what's the point of caring?Y1a
41401005411DLC03MaleCog: Sounds like you got the all-clear. So what's your story?{Concerned} I came here looking for Kasumi.Cog: Aww, isn't that sweet of you.A1a
41501005410DLC03MaleCog: Sounds like you got the all-clear. So what's your story?{Suspicious} Not really any of your business, is it?Cog: Sure, sure. None of my business.B1a
4160100540FDLC03MaleCog: Sounds like you got the all-clear. So what's your story?{Neutral} I'm just taking a look around.Cog: Sure you are. Just of your own accord, no particular reason... Nothing to do with that Kasumi girl, right?X1a
4170100540EDLC03MaleCog: Sounds like you got the all-clear. So what's your story?Why do you care?Cog: I suppose I don't, really. Just not too many visitors lately... that new girl, and now you.Y1a
418DLC03AcadiaDialogueColeInitialScene01024F78Cole: Turns out it's pretty hard to live as a synth in the Commonwealth.I'm sorry to hear that you suffered.Cole: Thanks, but it doesn't matter now. I'm here, and I'm safe, and I'm never leaving.A1a
41901024F77Cole: Turns out it's pretty hard to live as a synth in the Commonwealth.You didn't tell people you were a synth, did you? Should've kept it to yourself.Cole: Easy for you to say. You haven't had to spend your entire life pretending to be something you're not.B1a
42001024F76Cole: Turns out it's pretty hard to live as a synth in the Commonwealth.It's a tough world. For everyone, not just synths.Cole: I'm not saying it isn't. Just... most folks don't want to kill you simply because you exist.X1a
42101024F75Cole: Turns out it's pretty hard to live as a synth in the Commonwealth.Do you think you're better off, now that you're here?Cole: Oh, absolutely. I don't have to pretend, I don't have to lie, and I don't worry that someone's going to kill me in my sleep. Or worse.Y1a
422DLC03AcadiaDialogueDejenBaseScene0104D15ADLC03MaleDejen: You want to buy something, or what?What can you tell me about Acadia?Dejen: It's smaller than I'd like it to be, but then... we don't exactly have the numbers to fill someplace larger.Y1a
423DLC03MaleDejen: You want to buy something, or what?So, what's your story?Dejen: It's smaller than I'd like it to be, but then... we don't exactly have the numbers to fill someplace larger.Y2a
424DLC03AcadiaDialogueDejenInitialScene010071EEDLC03MaleDejen: I assume you're not planning on staying long.I'll probably be leaving soon.Dejen: That's for the best.A1a
425010071EDDLC03MaleDejen: I assume you're not planning on staying long.{offended} That's a little rude, don't you think? Treat all your guests like this?Dejen: No. We don't have "guests."B1a
426010071ECDLC03MaleDejen: I assume you're not planning on staying long.Gosh, after a weclome this warm, who wouldn't want to just stay forever?Dejen: This place isn't for you.X1a
427010071EBDLC03MaleDejen: I assume you're not planning on staying long.Is there a problem with my being here?Dejen: Maybe, maybe not.Y1a
428010071E4Dejen: It's nothing personal. Minimizing our contact with outsiders is just practical.You can relax. I'm not a threat.Dejen: Just don't cause any trouble.A1a
429010071E3Dejen: It's nothing personal. Minimizing our contact with outsiders is just practical.Too bad it's not your call to make, isn't it?Dejen: You're right. DiMA says you can stay, so you can stay. Doesn't mean I have to like it.B1a
430010071E2Dejen: It's nothing personal. Minimizing our contact with outsiders is just practical.You must have tons of friends with this attitude.Dejen: I don't need friends.X1a
431010071E1Dejen: It's nothing personal. Minimizing our contact with outsiders is just practical.Is there anything I can say or do to change your mind?Dejen: Just don't cause any problems.Y1a
432DLC03AcadiaDialogueFaradayBaseScene0104B22EFaraday: Oh, that's great! Thank you... Uhh... Just the two? Really? I somehow thought there were three...I did notice a locked chest that I couldn't open. Maybe the last one was in there - do you have the key?Faraday: Key? Chest? I'm afraid I don't know... I, uhh... You know what, this is fine. Just these two is fine.A1a
433Faraday: Oh, that's great! Thank you... Uhh... Just the two? Really? I somehow thought there were three...That was all I could find on the boat.Faraday: Key? Chest? I'm afraid I don't know... I, uhh... You know what, this is fine. Just these two is fine.A2a
4340104B22DFaraday: Oh, that's great! Thank you... Uhh... Just the two? Really? I somehow thought there were three...Don't try and back out on me here, Faraday. Pay up.Faraday: No, no! That's not it at all. I just... there really should have been three of them...B1a
4350104B22CFaraday: Oh, that's great! Thank you... Uhh... Just the two? Really? I somehow thought there were three...You never talked numbers; I got what I could, okay?Faraday: Right, okay. You're right, I never did say... I just... I could've sworn there were three...X1a
4360104B22BFaraday: Oh, that's great! Thank you... Uhh... Just the two? Really? I somehow thought there were three...You didn't say anything about a certain number of them... Is there a problem?Faraday: Hmm? No... No problem. Not really. I just... I really was rather sure there had been three.Y1a
437010482AEDLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?I've got those storage drives you asked for.Faraday: Well, if you're determined to help, there is something you could do... It's likely somewhat dangerous, though, so I understand if you'd rather not.A1a
438DLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?If there's anything I can do to help out, just let me know.Faraday: Well, if you're determined to help, there is something you could do... It's likely somewhat dangerous, though, so I understand if you'd rather not.A2a
439DLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?Tell me about yourself, Faraday.Faraday: Well, if you're determined to help, there is something you could do... It's likely somewhat dangerous, though, so I understand if you'd rather not.A3a
440010482ADDLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?Sorry, never mind.Faraday: Okay...B1a
441010482ACDLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?I know what you did to Jule, Faraday.Faraday: What? Oh... Oh no. Okay, look...X1a
442DLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?DiMA looks like he's had a lot of work done.Faraday: What? Oh... Oh no. Okay, look...X2a
443010482ABDLC03MaleFaraday: Yes?Can you tell me about the Fog Condensers?Faraday: Oh, those? DiMA and I designed them when it became clear the fog was only getting worse. They're effective, but have such a limited range.Y1a
444DLC03AcadiaDialogueFaradayInitialScene0100A2EBFaraday: I certainly hope that you'll consider helping us. DiMA's vision is worth fighting for.You're right, it is a good cause. Synths definitely deserve to be safe, just like everyone else.Faraday: It's so good to hear that. Very encouraging. Please make sure DiMA knows that as well.A1a
4450100A2EAFaraday: I certainly hope that you'll consider helping us. DiMA's vision is worth fighting for.This whole thing - all of it - it's ridiculous.Faraday: Well, I wouldn't expect you to fully understand what we're trying to do. What DiMA wants for all of us.B1a
4460100A2E9Faraday: I certainly hope that you'll consider helping us. DiMA's vision is worth fighting for.It's not really any of my concern.Faraday: No, I suppose it's not. Still, though. We could use the help. DiMA especially.X1a
4470100A2E8Faraday: I certainly hope that you'll consider helping us. DiMA's vision is worth fighting for.So, you're a synth?Faraday: I am... I hope that's not a problem for you.Y1a
4480100A2E0Faraday: And that's not even mentioning maintaining the fog condensers... So many things to keep track of.Seems like he's lucky to have you helping.Faraday: Thank you, that's very kind.A1a
4490100A2DFFaraday: And that's not even mentioning maintaining the fog condensers... So many things to keep track of.If you say so. Seems like you're just wasting your time to me.Faraday: Well, it's my time to waste, isn't it?B1a
4500100A2DEFaraday: And that's not even mentioning maintaining the fog condensers... So many things to keep track of.Right, right. Wouldn't want him "blowing a fuse," huh?Faraday: Err, no. Not really.X1a
4510100A2DDFaraday: And that's not even mentioning maintaining the fog condensers... So many things to keep track of.You do all this work yourself?Faraday: Mostly, yes. I get help from the others when I can, but no one else really understands DiMA the way I do.Y1a
452DLC03AcadiaDialogueFaradayJuleScene0104EABDFaraday: You have to understand, we did the best we could.{compassionate} You saved her life. Nothing matters as much as that does.Faraday: Tecchnically, yes. But... the side-effects... I swear to you, I wanted better for her. I really did.A1a
4530104EABCFaraday: You have to understand, we did the best we could.There's no excuse for leaving her in the state she's in.Faraday: We had the chance to save her life, and we took it. Did whatever we had to. And I constantly second-guess that decision.B1a
4540104EABBFaraday: You have to understand, we did the best we could.Let me guess: you had no other choice.Faraday: Oh no, there's always a choice. But the other option was to let her die. And it's always so easy to look back and judge.X1a
4550104EABAFaraday: You have to understand, we did the best we could.Can you just tell me what happened?Faraday: The boat crashed, she was beyond injured. We did what we could, but the only way to get her past the trauma was to try a wipe.Y1a
456DLC03AcadiaDialogueJuleInititalScene01026035Jule: You try having somebody botch a mind-wipe on you, and see how it feels. Then get back to me, okay?I'm sorry. I didn't know.Jule: Yeah, well... you couldn't have, so just forget it.A1a
45701026034Jule: You try having somebody botch a mind-wipe on you, and see how it feels. Then get back to me, okay?Whatever's going on with you, doesn't make it okay to be rude.Jule: Okay, sure. Whatever.B1a
45801026033Jule: You try having somebody botch a mind-wipe on you, and see how it feels. Then get back to me, okay?Sounds like you should get some help.Jule: Yes, right. Brilliant. If only I'd thought of that, and, oh, I don't know, gone someplace to see synths that could help me. Like, maybe... Acadia?X1a
45901026032Jule: You try having somebody botch a mind-wipe on you, and see how it feels. Then get back to me, okay?What do you mean, "mind wipe?"Jule: Oh for fuck's sake...Y1a
4600100A2F4Jule: Look, I'm not anybody worth talking to, my head is killing me... Now's not a good time.Sorry, didn't mean to bother you.Jule: It's not your fault...A1a
4610100A2F3Jule: Look, I'm not anybody worth talking to, my head is killing me... Now's not a good time.Nice attitude. You must have tons of friends.Jule: Yeah, I'm so broken up about it.B1a
4620100A2F2Jule: Look, I'm not anybody worth talking to, my head is killing me... Now's not a good time.Oh, yeah. Practically a five-star resort you've got here.Jule: Okay yeah sure, it's rough around the edges. But someday, it'll be amazing.X1a
4630100A2F1Jule: Look, I'm not anybody worth talking to, my head is killing me... Now's not a good time.What's wrong?Jule: We're doing this anyway? Even after saying I don't wanna talk? God.Y1a
464DLC03AcadiaDialogueMirandaInitialScene01008A32Miranda: Acadia is all well and good, I suppose, but honestly, it does get a bit boring.You're safe here; that's what really matters.Miranda: Mmm, I suppose. One could do with a little excitement now and then, though - don't you think?A1a
46501008A31Miranda: Acadia is all well and good, I suppose, but honestly, it does get a bit boring.I'm sure they wouldn't mind one less mouth to feed. Why don't you just leave, then.Miranda: Oh no, I just couldn't leave my dear friends behind.B1a
46601008A30Miranda: Acadia is all well and good, I suppose, but honestly, it does get a bit boring.If this is boring, I'd hate to see what you consider "exciting."Miranda: Oh, aren't you a card.X1a
46701008A2FMiranda: Acadia is all well and good, I suppose, but honestly, it does get a bit boring.No offense, but... are you crazy?Miranda: Ha ha, oh you! I think we're all a little mad in the end.Y1a
46801008804Miranda: It's so wonderful to meet someone from back home. I'm afraid Kasumi doesn't seem to want to discuss it, but... how are things there?Getting better every day, I think.Miranda: Oh, that's so good to hear!A1a
46901008803Miranda: It's so wonderful to meet someone from back home. I'm afraid Kasumi doesn't seem to want to discuss it, but... how are things there?Feels like things are getting worse by the day.Miranda: Oh, don't be silly. It was never all that bad, not really...B1a
47001008802Miranda: It's so wonderful to meet someone from back home. I'm afraid Kasumi doesn't seem to want to discuss it, but... how are things there?It's the same as it's ever been, as far as I can tell.Miranda: Well, that's good to hear. It certainly did have its charms.X1a
47101008801Miranda: It's so wonderful to meet someone from back home. I'm afraid Kasumi doesn't seem to want to discuss it, but... how are things there?You think of the Commonwealth as "back home?" Aren't you a synth?Miranda: Well certainly, why wouldn't I? It's where I came from!Y1a
472DLC03AcadiaDialogueNaveenInitialScene0100AF8DNaveen: It certainly wasn't what I was expecting, but... It means there's hope, right?That's a good attitude. Hope can get you through the worst of times.Naveen: Believe me, I know.A1a
4730100AF8CNaveen: It certainly wasn't what I was expecting, but... It means there's hope, right?There's no room for hope left in this world.Naveen: Don't say that... hope is all some of us have.B1a
4740100AF8BNaveen: It certainly wasn't what I was expecting, but... It means there's hope, right?Oh, sure. A little hope and some duct tape, and all your problems are solved.Naveen: I know, I know. Not exactly a fortress, is it?X1a
4750100AF8ANaveen: It certainly wasn't what I was expecting, but... It means there's hope, right?Were you disappointed with what you found?Naveen: I mean, look... I don't want to sound ungrateful. If it weren't for Acadia, and for DiMA, I'd probably be dead.Y1a
4760100AF82Naveen: And now here I am... for all it's worth.You're lucky to have found a place in the world.Naveen: Yeah, I guess. This just wasn't where I thought I'd end up. Any of it.A1a
4770100AF81Naveen: And now here I am... for all it's worth.You're a fool if you think you're really safe here.Naveen: Well it's not like I have anywhere else to go.B1a
4780100AF80Naveen: And now here I am... for all it's worth.Well, I hope it's worth it.Naveen: You and me both.X1a
4790100AF7FNaveen: And now here I am... for all it's worth.So now you're here... what comes next?Naveen: I don't know... I really don't.Y1a

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480DLC03AcadiaM01_BrooksScene1010169D6{Direct / Confident} I need to talk to you about a missing synth.Brooks: Yeah? Well that's not something I talk about with outsiders, so you can either buy something, or move along.A
481010169BDBrooks: Yeah? Well that's not something I talk about with outsiders, so you can either buy something, or move along.{L seven ninety-two} I'm working with Chase. She told me that your designation is L7-92.Brooks: Okay, I believe you, but keep it down, alright? That's real private information.A1a
482010169BCBrooks: Yeah? Well that's not something I talk about with outsiders, so you can either buy something, or move along.{Annoyed, a threat / Irritated} Look, Chase sent me, so unless you want to piss her off, you'd better lose the attitude right now.Brooks: Chase... hmm... that name sounds vaguely familiar, but I can't quite place it. Anyway, did you want to buy something?B1a
483010169BBBrooks: Yeah? Well that's not something I talk about with outsiders, so you can either buy something, or move along.{Sarcasm / Sarcastic} Ah, that famous Far Harbor hospitality. How could you not love it?Brooks: It grows on you. Will there be anything else?X1a
484010169BABrooks: Yeah? Well that's not something I talk about with outsiders, so you can either buy something, or move along.{Annoyed / Irritated} If that synth got lost somewhere on the island, he could be in real trouble. Don't you care about that?Brooks: Look friend, no offense, but what I care about is my business.Y1a
485010169B4Brooks: I tried to calm him down, but he panicked and ran off into the Fog. That was the last I saw of him.{Polite but firm, the clock is ticking and you're getting irritated / Irritated} Relax, I'll take care of this.Brooks: Sorry... my nerves are a little shot right now.A1a
486010169B3Brooks: I tried to calm him down, but he panicked and ran off into the Fog. That was the last I saw of him.{Angry} You let him run off alone?Brooks: What the hell was I supposed to do? I'm on my own here.B1a
487010169B2Brooks: I tried to calm him down, but he panicked and ran off into the Fog. That was the last I saw of him.{Concern, the clock is ticking / Irritated} That synth could be wandering around out there right now, lost in the Fog. I'm going to need more than that.Brooks: I've told you everything I know, alright? You think I wanted this to happen? Well I didn't!X1a
488010169B1Brooks: I tried to calm him down, but he panicked and ran off into the Fog. That was the last I saw of him.{Concern / Question} Can you tell me anything else? I'm going to need more information than that if I'm going to find this synth.Brooks: I wish I had more to give you. He disappeared into the Fog, and I haven't seen him since.Y1a
489DLC03AcadiaM01_ChaseScene1Start010169D1Chase: You've had some experience traveling around the island, so you may be decently equipped to handle it.{Curious / Concerned} Alright, I'm listening.A1a
490010169D0Chase: You've had some experience traveling around the island, so you may be decently equipped to handle it.{Polite refusal / Irritated} Some other time maybe.Chase: Fine. Come and see me when you're ready.B1a
491010169CFChase: You've had some experience traveling around the island, so you may be decently equipped to handle it.{Suspicious} That depends on what you need me to do.Chase: That's fair. If I were in your place, I would want as much data as possible.X1a
492010169CEChase: You've had some experience traveling around the island, so you may be decently equipped to handle it.{Curious / Question} What's the problem?Y1a
493010169C8Chase: There's been no sign of him, and I'm concerned that he might have become lost on the way here.{Confident / Confident} I'll find out what I can.A1a
494010169C7Chase: There's been no sign of him, and I'm concerned that he might have become lost on the way here.{Callous / Irritated} I thought this was your job.Chase: Normally it would be, but tensions with the Children of Atom are high right now and I'm needed here to oversee security.B1a
495010169C6Chase: There's been no sign of him, and I'm concerned that he might have become lost on the way here.{Sarcasm / Sarcastic} This island is a deathtrap. Your synth probably ended up as mirelurk food.Chase: I certainly hope not, but I'd like to know for certain.X1a
496010169C5Chase: There's been no sign of him, and I'm concerned that he might have become lost on the way here.{Concern, wanting to help / Question} You have any leads on where he might be?Y1a
497DLC03AcadiaM01_ChaseScene2Conclude010169D6{Grim / Somber} Your missing synth was jumped by cannibal trappers. He didn't survive.Chase: That poor bastard. That synth came here to live in peace, and we failed him in the worst way possible.A
49801019CECChase: I'm glad you were able to bring some closure to the matter. You deserve this, and... shall we say 200 caps?{Friendly / Sad} I'm sorry things didn't turn out better. I wish they had.Chase: You and I both.A1a
49901019CEBChase: I'm glad you were able to bring some closure to the matter. You deserve this, and... shall we say 200 caps?{Cold / Irritated} Just so we're clear, I don't really care about helping you out. I'm in this for the caps, and that's it.Chase: I assumed as much. I just wanted you to know that your efforts were appreciated.B1a
50001019CEAChase: I'm glad you were able to bring some closure to the matter. You deserve this, and... shall we say 200 caps?{Disappointed, fishing for more money / Irritated} Given the risks I took to find your synth, I think I deserve more than that.Chase: I suppose that's a fair request. 250 caps, then.X1a
501Chase: I'm glad you were able to bring some closure to the matter. You deserve this, and... shall we say 200 caps?{Skeptical, feeling like you're being treated a little unfairly / Irritated} I've seen the resources you have here. I know you can do better than that.Chase: I suppose that's a fair request. 250 caps, then.X2a
502Chase: I'm glad you were able to bring some closure to the matter. You deserve this, and... shall we say 200 caps?{Driving a hard bargain / Irritated} If you ever want my help again, you're going to have to pay me some real caps here.Chase: I suppose that's a fair request. 250 caps, then.X3a
50301019CE9Chase: I'm glad you were able to bring some closure to the matter. You deserve this, and... shall we say 200 caps?{Curious, concerned / Question} You said this wasn't the first time a synth has gone missing?Chase: Of course not. For someone without weapons or field training, crossing this island is deadly.Y1a
504DLC03AcadiaM01_SleepingBagComment0104D17B{Muttering quietly to yourself, thinking aloud} Hmm... there's a trail of blood.A1a
505DLC03AcadiaM01_TrapperBossScene01027B5ADLC03TrapperMale02: Fresh meat crawling in from the Fog? Don't care if it's Mirelurk or man...{Concerned} I'm not looking for trouble. I just need to find someone, a young man with white hair. You help me, I'll leave.TrapperBoss: Yes... We found him... One of the Fog's creatures already attacked him... He was bleeding out... Why waste the meat?A1a
50601027B59DLC03TrapperMale02: Fresh meat crawling in from the Fog? Don't care if it's Mirelurk or man...{A growled threat, you're about to gun down a crazy cannibal / Angry} You're dead!B1a
50701027B58DLC03TrapperMale02: Fresh meat crawling in from the Fog? Don't care if it's Mirelurk or man...{cannibal says he doesn't care if you're Mirelurk or Man, he'll still eat you / Sarcastic} What if it's a Mirelurk-Man? Hey, that would be a great name for a superhero...TrapperBoss: Leave... or die...X1a
50801027B57DLC03TrapperMale02: Fresh meat crawling in from the Fog? Don't care if it's Mirelurk or man...{player has the cannibal perk / Friendly} I understand. I get the cravings, too. Maybe we can help each other? I'm just looking for a man with white hair.TrapperBoss: Yes... We can help you... We found him. Dragged him here. Had our fill. Here... What's left is yours...Y1a
509DLC03TrapperMale02: Fresh meat crawling in from the Fog? Don't care if it's Mirelurk or man...You're cannibals?TrapperBoss: Yes... We can help you... We found him. Dragged him here. Had our fill. Here... What's left is yours...Y2a

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510DLC03AcadiaM02DejenFinishScene010404A7Hey, Dejen.Dejen: Tell me you've got good news.A
511010404A1Dejen: Tell me you've got good news.Don't worry. The Courser's dead; you're safe.Dejen: That is good news.A1a
512010404A0Dejen: Tell me you've got good news.{annoyed, dismissive} Relax, pal. I got rid of the Courser, and saved your asses.Dejen: Yeah, yeah. You're a real hero.B1a
5130104049FDejen: Tell me you've got good news.Good news? No, terrible news. He got me. I'm dead, and now my ghost will haunt you forever. OoooooOOOooooo!Dejen: Don't be an asshole.X1a
5140104049EDejen: Tell me you've got good news.Sorry, news about what?Dejen: The Courser! Come on, don't play games with me.Y1a
515DLC03AcadiaM02DejenStartScene010404ABDejen: You've proven you can handle yourself. Can you stop him?I'll find him before he finds you. Don't worry.Dejen: I know this means you putting your life in danger for me... for us. I want you to know that it's not for nothing.A1a
516010404AADejen: You've proven you can handle yourself. Can you stop him?Sorry, this isn't my fight.Dejen: Yeah, that's about what I expected. Thanks for nothing.B1a
517010404A9Dejen: You've proven you can handle yourself. Can you stop him?Coursers? Wouldn't be the first time I've taken one down.Dejen: Shit. Should've guessed it, I suppose. All right, so you're the real deal.X1a
518010404A8Dejen: You've proven you can handle yourself. Can you stop him?Chase is a Courser. Why not let them fight it out?Dejen: If he so much as sees Chase, he knows he's on the right trail. Someone who's not a synth, nothing to do with Acadia, can't give us up.Y1a

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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
519DLC03AcadiaM03FaradayStartScene0104B1FAFaraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?Sure thing, Faraday. I'll get the drives for you.Faraday: Thank you. I really do appreciate it.A1a
5200104B1F9Faraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?Nope, not a chance.Faraday: Ah. Right, well then. Perhaps some other time.B1a
5210104B1F8Faraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?I don't do much for free, Faraday.Faraday: Ah, right. Of course. I should've thought of that. How does 100 caps sound?X1a
522Faraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?Didn't you say this was might be dangerous? 100 caps seems a little light if danger is involved.Faraday: Ah, right. Of course. I should've thought of that. How does 100 caps sound?X2a
523Faraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?Faraday, come on. I want to help you, I really do. 200 caps is just... I mean, it's a little insulting.Faraday: Ah, right. Of course. I should've thought of that. How does 100 caps sound?X3a
524Faraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?Why don't we just agree that you'll give me all the caps you've got?Faraday: Ah, right. Of course. I should've thought of that. How does 100 caps sound?X4a
5250104B1F7Faraday: My understanding is that the boat wrecked southwest of here. So, does this sound like something you could handle?What happened to the boat? Why didn't it make it?Faraday: I'm not entirely sure, to be honest. Trappers, Fog Crawlers... there's no end to what's out there. And what might still be out there.Y1a

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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
526DLC03AcadiaM04Stage100JuleScene0104B96ECog said you needed to talk about something.Jule: All right, look. You know my head is messed up, right? Brains scrambled or whatever?A
5270104B960Jule: I think it's me screaming, but I can't be sure. And... and that's it.That sounds awful. I'm sorry you're going through this.Jule: Okay, let's not get all sappy. I thought it was all bullshit, only...A1a
5280104B95FJule: I think it's me screaming, but I can't be sure. And... and that's it.So you're having bad dreams. Boo hoo.Jule: Yeah, yeah. Poor little me. Whatever. Except...B1a
5290104B95EJule: I think it's me screaming, but I can't be sure. And... and that's it.That's so weird... I have this recurring nightmare where an insufferable asshole keeps talking at me about all her shitty problems, and I can't escape.Jule: Wow... Okay, I gotta hand it to you. That's pretty good. But... I mean...X1a
5300104B95DJule: I think it's me screaming, but I can't be sure. And... and that's it.What do you think it means?Jule: Fuck if I know. I thought it was just one more thing that got screwed up when I had my head wiped. But...Y1a
531DLC03AcadiaM04Stage200CogScene0104BA28Cog: Please tell me you're gonna go check it out.I'll make sure I take a thorough look.Cog: Thanks, I mean it. Just... If anything turns up, you come tell me. Not Jule. Okay? You and I can sort this out.A1a
5320104BA27Cog: Please tell me you're gonna go check it out.Look, this is ridiculous. I've got better things to do.Cog: Maybe you do, but Jule could really use some help. Just... while you're out there tooling around, just think about it.B1a
5330104BA26Cog: Please tell me you're gonna go check it out.I don't know, Cog. This all seems pretty unrelated.Cog: Okay, fine. Maybe it is. But if there's a chance this could help Jule... Just give it a look, okay?X1a
5340104BA25Cog: Please tell me you're gonna go check it out.Since when do you care about any of this?Cog: Jule's a good kid. She had some messed up stuff happen to her... and if there's a way to sort it out then she deserves it.Y1a
535DLC03AcadiaM04Stage400CogScene0104D18BCog: All right, look. This is a real shit-show, but telling Jule... It doesn't do her any good. Just hand over the note you found, and let's call this a day.Fine, here you go.Cog: Thank you. I won't say anything, you don't say anything, and we can all just go on pretending that everything is fine.A1a
5360104D18ACog: All right, look. This is a real shit-show, but telling Jule... It doesn't do her any good. Just hand over the note you found, and let's call this a day.Sorry, Cog. I can't do that.Cog: Shit. This is not what I wanted.... Okay, fine. Tell her, see what happens. Live with that guilt.B1a
5370104D189Cog: All right, look. This is a real shit-show, but telling Jule... It doesn't do her any good. Just hand over the note you found, and let's call this a day.Jule deserves to know the truth.Cog: Oh, bullshit. She deserves a chance to be happy, and this will do the exact opposite. Come on, hand it over and let's forget this happened.X1a
5380104D188Cog: All right, look. This is a real shit-show, but telling Jule... It doesn't do her any good. Just hand over the note you found, and let's call this a day.You want to just keep this a secret?Cog: Of course I do - no one benefits if this comes out. Is it screwed up? Yes, absolutely. It's nuts that they'd do this to one of us.Y1a
5390104BA51Cog: All right, spill it. What's going on?The mind wipe that went bad... Faraday did it with DiMA's blessing.Cog: What? The hell are you talking about?A1a
5400104BA50Cog: All right, spill it. What's going on?Jule used to be named Victoria. She was a totally different person... synth...Cog: This doesn't make any sense....B1a
5410104BA4FCog: All right, spill it. What's going on?There was an accident. Emergency surgery was the only way to save her.Cog: They did reconstruction surgery on her? Why?X1a
5420104BA4ECog: All right, spill it. What's going on?What do we tell Jule about all this?Cog: You've gotta tell me everything...Y1a
543DLC03AcadiaM04Stage400JuleScene0104B96EJule, I need to talk to you.Jule: Oh. Shit. This is about that key, isn't it? And the boat... You found something, didn't you? What is it?A
5440104D23FJule: Oh. Shit. This is about that key, isn't it? And the boat... You found something, didn't you? What is it?Jule, you would have died if Faraday hadn't saved your life. But in order to do that, they had to wipe your mind.Jule: What?... I...A1a
5450104D23EJule: Oh. Shit. This is about that key, isn't it? And the boat... You found something, didn't you? What is it?{dismissive} You know what? Never mind.Jule: Uhh, okay...B1a
5460104D23DJule: Oh. Shit. This is about that key, isn't it? And the boat... You found something, didn't you? What is it?You were in an accident. You would have died if Faraday hadn't done extensive surgery on you...Jule: No... that's...X1a
5470104D23CJule: Oh. Shit. This is about that key, isn't it? And the boat... You found something, didn't you? What is it?Are you sure you really want to know?Jule: Well when you put it like that... Just tell me. This suspense is killing me.Y1a

DLC03AtomM01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
548DLC03AtomM01_GrandZealotTurnIn_Scene010295A4GrandZealot: If you are prepared to take the next step, then I believe there is a place for you among Atom's children.{Neutral} I am ready to follow His path.GrandZealot: Then it will be so.A1a
549010295A3GrandZealot: If you are prepared to take the next step, then I believe there is a place for you among Atom's children.{Neutral} You know, I think I'm going to pass.GrandZealot: Shame. Well, should you decide to heed Atom's call, return.B1a
550010295A2GrandZealot: If you are prepared to take the next step, then I believe there is a place for you among Atom's children.{Neutral} Sure. I'm willing to learn.GrandZealot: Good.X1a
551010295A1GrandZealot: If you are prepared to take the next step, then I believe there is a place for you among Atom's children.{Question} You mind if I ask you some questions first?GrandZealot: If you must.Y1a
5520100F202Player Default: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?{Recounting an eerie story. / Neutral} It was... otherwordly. The woman, she was like a living shadow, cloaked in mist.GrandZealot: Atom above. You really did see her. The Mother of the Fog.A1a
5530100F201Player Default: That spring was poison. Were you trying to kill me?{Recounting an eerie story. / Concerned} It was like a nightmare. Haunting whispers, shadowy creatures. And the ghost of a woman, covered in mist.GrandZealot: Atom above. You really did see her. The Mother of the Fog.B1a
5540100F200Player Default: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?{Sarcastic} There was a beautiful Lurk-taur. You know, half woman, half Mirelurk. Guess which end was which.GrandZealot: Very funny. Now, answer my question. This woman. What did Atom show you?X1a
5550100F1FFPlayer Default: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?{Question} Is there something special about this thing?GrandZealot: I think it may be a message from someone very important. So I need you tell me what you saw.Y1a
5560100AFBDDLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmph. You're back. More than I expected. Did Atom reveal something to you?{Question} I drank from the spring and a woman led me to this icon. Does this mean something?GrandZealot: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?A1a
557DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmph. You're back. More than I expected. Did Atom reveal something to you?{Question} A woman led me through the woods to this icon. Does it mean something?GrandZealot: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?A2a
5580100AFBCDLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmph. You're back. More than I expected. Did Atom reveal something to you?{Angry} That spring was poison. Were you trying to kill me?GrandZealot: Those waters are blessed with Atom's holy Glow....B1a
5590100AFBBDLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmph. You're back. More than I expected. Did Atom reveal something to you?{Irritated} Look, I drank from your murder spring and followed the woman, and all I got was this weird statue. I think you owe me.GrandZealot: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?X1a
5600100AFBADLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmph. You're back. More than I expected. Did Atom reveal something to you?{Puzzled} I drank from the spring and was led to this statue, but was it supposed to be by a creepy woman?GrandZealot: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?Y1a
561DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmph. You're back. More than I expected. Did Atom reveal something to you?{Puzzled} I found this statue, but was I supposed to be led there by some creepy woman?GrandZealot: A woman? Led you to that icon? What woman? What did you see?Y2a
562DLC03AtomM01_GZ_QuestionScene0102959C{Question} Are you willing to tell me what was happening between you and those two Children when I showed up?GrandZealot: Our family is built on trust. Many people on this island would kill us without thought. Those two needed to prove they could be trusted.A1a
5630102959B{Neutral} That was all the questions I had.GrandZealot: You're ready to take your place among Atom's children then?B1a
5640102959A{Question} What can you tell me about the Children's beliefs?GrandZealot: Our belief is in holy Atom, who struck this world two centuries ago, wreathing it in His Glow.X1a
565{Question} What's Division?GrandZealot: Our belief is in holy Atom, who struck this world two centuries ago, wreathing it in His Glow.X2a
56601029599{Question} So what exactly happened to me at the spring?GrandZealot: Seems Atom granted you a vision. Only those deemed worthy of joining the Children have them... and live. But for some rare souls, he sends... more.Y1a
567{Question} So was the Mother real?GrandZealot: Seems Atom granted you a vision. Only those deemed worthy of joining the Children have them... and live. But for some rare souls, he sends... more.Y2a
568{Question} Why would the Mother be interested in me?GrandZealot: Seems Atom granted you a vision. Only those deemed worthy of joining the Children have them... and live. But for some rare souls, he sends... more.Y3a
569DLC03AtomM01_PuzzleScene_03a_Success0100F20B{To yourself. Like you're a little high. Spell out the letters initially, then putting them together into a code. / Puzzled} M. O. T. H. E. R. "Mother?" Could that be the password?A1a
570-0100F206{To yourself. Like you're a little high. / Neutral} Needs a password. Must be some clue around here...
5710100F203{Nervous. You're talking to a ghost. / Nervous} E-Excuse me.
572{Nervous. To yourself. You're addressing a ghost. / Nervous} This can't be real...
573{Nervous. You're addressing a ghost. / Nervous} H-hello...

DLC03AtomM02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
574DLC03AtomM02_GwynethScene5Confront0102056EPlayer Default: I wish I could believe that.{Benevolent, merciful / Concerned} Fear and doubt have blinded you, sister, but I think in your heart, you don't really believe any of this.Gwyneth: Blinded by fear and doubt... I... can't deny the truth of those words.A1a
5750102056DPlayer Default: Yes, I was afraid, but not for myself. I was afraid that my brothers and sisters were living a lie, and that's why I left.{Rising threat, you are about to attack / Angry} If you won't repent, you leave me no choice. Prepare to die, heretic!B1a
5760102056CPlayer Default: Do you think I wanted this? To leave my family behind? But now... I've gone too far.{Stern, trying to save a life / Stern} If you stay here, you're as good as dead. You need to leave this island and never come back.Gwyneth: Hm... there's wisdom in your words. If I cannot save the Children of Atom from their blindness, perhaps I can spread the word elsewhere.X1a
5770102056BPlayer Default: I can't... I can't think about that now. I've strayed so far from the path. I don't dare look back.{Concerned / Question} You're out here all alone. Don't you miss your brothers and sisters at the Nucleus? I know they're like a family to you.Gwyneth: Of course, I miss them more than anything. I've never been alone before.Y1a
57801020177DLC03FemaleSisterGwyneth: Stop! This is a sacred place. Why have you come here? Are you seeking the truth of Nothing?{A stern warning, trying to save her life / Concerned} The Children of Atom want you dead. You need to stop defiling their holy sites.Gwyneth: I can't. I have a duty that is greater than myself, one that is worth any sacrifice.A1a
57901020176DLC03FemaleSisterGwyneth: Stop! This is a sacred place. Why have you come here? Are you seeking the truth of Nothing?{Cold, threatening / Angry} You'll pay for your blasphemy, heretic!B1a
58001020175DLC03FemaleSisterGwyneth: Stop! This is a sacred place. Why have you come here? Are you seeking the truth of Nothing?{Stern / Stern} You've betrayed Atom with your lies and heretical messages.Gwyneth: Not long ago, I would have said the same. But then I learned the truth.X1a
58101020174DLC03FemaleSisterGwyneth: Stop! This is a sacred place. Why have you come here? Are you seeking the truth of Nothing?{Perplexed / Question} The truth of Nothing? What does that mean?Gwyneth: If you are truly prepared to hear it, then I will tell you.Y1a
5820102016FGwyneth: I know it is difficult to accept, but you must, and so must the others. They deserve to know the truth.{Reaching out, offering compassion / Concerned} Look, I know you think you're trying to save the Children of Atom, but you could be wrong. It's not too late to turn back and atone for your actions.Gwyneth: I wish I could believe that.A1a
5830102016EGwyneth: I know it is difficult to accept, but you must, and so must the others. They deserve to know the truth.{Accusing, disappointed / Irritated} You saw something you didn't understand and it scared you. Now you've turned your back on Atom and your family.Gwyneth: I... I know what I saw!B1a
5840102016DGwyneth: I know it is difficult to accept, but you must, and so must the others. They deserve to know the truth.{A mix of aggravation and sympathy. You think she's crazy but don't want her to die because of it / Concerned} You're not thinking clearly, and unless you stop, these delusions are going to get you killed. You can't go on like this, Gwyneth.Gwyneth: Do you think I wanted this? To leave my family behind? But now... I've gone too far.X1a
5850102016CGwyneth: I know it is difficult to accept, but you must, and so must the others. They deserve to know the truth.{Challenging beliefs / Question} What if you misunderstood what you saw and overreacted? Do you really believe that everyone is wrong about Atom except you?Gwyneth: I can't... I can't think about that now. I've strayed so far from the path. I don't dare look back.Y1a
586DLC03AtomM02_PlayerScene2FlyerHalf0101B0B1{Speaking quietly to yourself as you examine a clue} Scraps torn from some kind of banner... but it looks like some pieces are missing.A1a
587DLC03AtomM02_PlayerScene3FlyerWhole0101B0B0{Speaking quietly to yourself as you examine a clue} Waketak Station? She must be staying at a campground. At least the directions are clear.A1a
588DLC03AtomM02_RichterScene2Conclusion0102017C{Final, maybe even grim because she's likely dead / Neutral} Sister Gwyneth won't be troubling you any longer.Richter: She brought it on herself. Won't ask you for the details. Doesn't really matter to me.A
589{Bringing good news, hopeful for a peaceful resolution / Neutral} Sister Gwyneth is coming back. She wants to make amends for her actions.Richter: She brought it on herself. Won't ask you for the details. Doesn't really matter to me.A
59001029B79Richter: Atom smiles on you today, sister.{Zealous / Happy} Glory to Atom!A1a
59101029B78Richter: Atom smiles on you today, sister.{Annoyed, feeling used / Irritated} I think I deserve a real reward, something I can actually use.Richter: Do not fear. You will be recognized for your dedication.B1a
59201029B77Richter: Atom smiles on you today, sister.{Sarcastic / Sarcastic} Great. So where do I cash in my Atom bucks, exactly?Richter: Since you've served Atom well, I'll overlook your insult.X1a
59301029B76Richter: Atom smiles on you today, sister.{Hopeful / Neutral} So, was this a paying job?Richter: Do not fear. You will be recognized for your dedication.Y1a
594DLC03AtomM02_ThielScene1Intro0101BC6BTheil: I am ashamed to admit that I failed.{Confident / Confident} I'll find Sister Gwyneth.Theil: Then by Atom's grace, I hope that you will succeed where I did not.A1a
5950101BC6ATheil: I am ashamed to admit that I failed.{Suspicious, accusing / Suspicious} I can tell Gwyneth was your friend. How do I know you didn't deliberately fail?Theil: I would never risk defying Atom's will. My faith is my life, and my devotion to Atom is absolute.B1a
5960101BC69Theil: I am ashamed to admit that I failed.{Indifferent, ambivalent, why do they care so much about this heretic? / Question} Why not just ignore her? Is Gwyneth really that much of a threat to you?Theil: No, that is out of the question. Atom's will is clear in this matter. Heresy cannot be tolerated.X1a
5970101BC68Theil: I am ashamed to admit that I failed.{Curious / Question} What caused Gwyneth to turn her back on Atom?Theil: I can only tell you what I saw. She was praying quietly, when she suddenly leapt up and began to shout that Atom is a lie.Y1a

DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
598DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_AubertGreetScene0100828FDLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} Rumor is you and Brother Edgar used to be close. What happened to him?SisterAubert: Edgar?A1a
599DLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Puzzled} You said it was your job to take care of this place?SisterAubert: Edgar?A2a
6000100828EDLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Irritated} Suppose I'll be on my way.SisterAubert: Good.B1a
6010100828DDLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} What can you tell me about the sub?SisterAubert: Never launched anything, if that's what you're asking. Never even made it out of the bay during the Great Division.X1a
602DLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} Great Division? What's that?SisterAubert: Never launched anything, if that's what you're asking. Never even made it out of the bay during the Great Division.X2a
603DLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} What about the sub's nukes? You can't use those?SisterAubert: Never launched anything, if that's what you're asking. Never even made it out of the bay during the Great Division.X3a
6040100828CDLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} Why build a crypt in the sub? Don't you have the entire base?SisterAubert: Keeps our fallen brethren near His Glow, near their family. Only spot a child should spend eternity. A true honor... denied to too many.Y1a
605DLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} Why would someone be denied a place in the crypt?SisterAubert: Keeps our fallen brethren near His Glow, near their family. Only spot a child should spend eternity. A true honor... denied to too many.Y2a
606DLC03CoAFemaleSisterAubert: If you're looking for the crypt, you took a wrong turn. My job to take care of this place. You touch anything, I'm taking the limb, understand?{Question} You don't like Tektus, huh?SisterAubert: Keeps our fallen brethren near His Glow, near their family. Only spot a child should spend eternity. A true honor... denied to too many.Y4a
607DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _DevinRevelationScene0102B534DLC03CoAMaleBrotherDevin: Please, just leave me a... th-that Glow? Who, who are you?{You're pretending to be a caring messenger from god. / Confident} I-I am Atom's Messenger. And I have been sent by Him.BrotherDevin: Oh. At last.A1a
6080102B533DLC03CoAMaleBrotherDevin: Please, just leave me a... th-that Glow? Who, who are you?{You're pretending to be "Atom's Wrath," an angry messenger from god. / Stern} You have incurred Atom's Wrath, Brother Devin. And here I am.BrotherDevin: H-his wrath? I-I'm so sorry, your Radiance. I did not mean to offend.B1a
6090102B532DLC03CoAMaleBrotherDevin: Please, just leave me a... th-that Glow? Who, who are you?{Question} It's me, Santa Claus! Have you been a good boy this year?BrotherDevin: Wh-what? Is, is this some kind of test? Please. Tell me who you are.X1a
6100102B531DLC03CoAMaleBrotherDevin: Please, just leave me a... th-that Glow? Who, who are you?{Question} What, Brother Devin? Do you not recognize me?BrotherDevin: I-I'm sorry, Radiant One. You're, you're Atom's messenger, aren't you? You finally came.Y1a
6110102B52CPlayer Default: Please. Grant me Atom's strength and set me free?{Pretending to be a gentle messenger from god, though breaking character a little bit at the end. / Neutral} Of course, child. Your devotion is to be admired. You've made Atom proud this day. Just never do it again.BrotherDevin: I won't! I won't. Oh thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom!A1a
6120102B52BPlayer Default: You have incurred Atom's Wrath, Brother Devin. And here I am.{You're pretending to be a caring messenger from god. / Confident} Your trial has come to an end, Brother Devin. You are free.BrotherDevin: You're, you're right. I can feel Atom's strength. Oh thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom! I'm free!B1a
613Player Default: You have incurred Atom's Wrath, Brother Devin. And here I am.{You're pretending to be a caring messenger from god. / Confident} But freedom is not mine to give. You released yourself from your shackles. Now go. Live life as a free man.BrotherDevin: You're, you're right. I can feel Atom's strength. Oh thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom! I'm free!B2a
6140102B52APlayer Default: It's me, Santa Claus! Have you been a good boy this year?{You're pretending to be a caring messenger from god, though breaking character a little bit at the end. / Question} Atom demands a tribute. You got any caps?BrotherDevin: A tribute? Uh, yes, yes. I've got a few. Here. So does this mean you'll set me free?X1a
6150102B529Player Default: Please. Grant me Atom's strength and set me free?{You're pretending to be a caring messenger from god. / Confident} And if I grant you your freedom, do you swear you will never again pollute yourself with those foul substances?BrotherDevin: Oh, yes, I swear to you. I will never do something so foolish again. Please, please messenger. Release me from this agony.Y1a
6160102B528Player Default: I won't! I won't. Oh thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom!{You're pretending to be "Atom's Wrath," an angry messenger from god. / Stern} You're lucky I'm feeling merciful. Your trial is over, Brother Devin. You are free.BrotherDevin: I-I'm free? I'm free! Oh, thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom!A1a
6170102B527Player Default: You're, you're right. I can feel Atom's strength. Oh thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom! I'm free!{You're pretending to be "Atom's Wrath," an angry messenger from god. / Confident} Foolish child! You have freed yourself! With your own strength! Now go! Do not squander it for another minute!BrotherDevin: Freed... myself? You're, you're right. Oh thank you! Thank you messenger! Glory to Atom, I'm free!B1a
618Player Default: You're, you're right. I can feel Atom's strength. Oh thank you. Thank you so much! Glory to Atom! I'm free!{You're pretending to be "Atom's Wrath," a messenger from god. / Confident} You will have your freedom. But how dare you play with the life Atom granted you! Swear to me! Swear to never do something so foolish again!BrotherDevin: Freed... myself? You're, you're right. Oh thank you! Thank you messenger! Glory to Atom, I'm free!B2a
6190102B526Player Default: Atom demands a tribute. You got any caps?{You're pretending to be "Atom's Wrath," an angry messenger from god. / Angry} Atom demands tribute! All the caps you have!BrotherDevin: Caps? Yes, yes. Of course. Here. Take them all. But... does, does this mean I'm free?X1a
6200102B525Player Default: And if I grant you your freedom, do you swear you will never again pollute yourself with those foul substances?{You're pretending to be "Atom's Wrath," an angry messenger from god. / Confident} If I agree to grant you your freedom, do you promise to never pollute yourself with such foul substances ever again?BrotherDevin: I would never dream of it, your Brilliance. Does, does this mean you will release me from my agony at last?Y1a
621DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_DevinScene0101057EPlayer Default: Heh. Guess I have been here a while. But Atom came to me. And I must do as He commands.{Question} And what exactly did Atom command?BrotherDevin: That I need only wait for my saving grace.A1a
6220101057DPlayer Default: Go... go with Atom.{Neutral} You don't have to do anything. Atom's not real.BrotherDevin: I'd mind your tongue. Such blasphemy will get you in trouble. And I assure you, Atom is real. For I have seen his messenger with my own eyes.B1a
6230101057CPlayer Default: Heh. I suppose I look a mess at this point. But I... I can't leave. Atom came to me. And I will follow His command.{Question} And if Atom told you to jump off a cliff, would you?BrotherDevin: I see what you're trying to do. But it's not going to work. For I have seen his messenger with my own eyes.X1a
6240101057BPlayer Default: I am. Atom came to me. And I will follow His command.{Question} Atom came to you? What'd you see?BrotherDevin: My saving grace.Y1a
62501010574BrotherDevin: For my dedication, Atom would send another messenger, who would free me from my shackles once and for all. That, sister, is why I must wait.{Player} Sitting here endlessly, it's suicide.BrotherDevin: You may be right. But stopping now, going back to my old ways. That too would be suicide. Here, I have a chance.A1a
62601010573BrotherDevin: For my dedication, Atom would send another messenger, who would free me from my shackles once and for all. That, sister, is why I must wait.{Neutral} I guess I'll just talk to you later, brother.BrotherDevin: G-Glory to Atom.B1a
62701010572BrotherDevin: For my dedication, Atom would send another messenger, who would free me from my shackles once and for all. That, sister, is why I must wait.{Attempting to convince someone you're a messenger from god. "There" should have a grunt. Second sentence is kind of an aside. / Concerned} I have good news! I am Atom's messenger and I have come to free you from your shackles! There. Now, uh, let's just keep this between us, okay?BrotherDevin: You're the-- you're the messenger! The shackles... are gone? They are, aren't they?X1a
62801010571BrotherDevin: For my dedication, Atom would send another messenger, who would free me from my shackles once and for all. That, sister, is why I must wait.{Question} How do you know your vision of Atom's messenger wasn't just a hallucination brought on by the drugs?BrotherDevin: What if it was? Holy Atom spoke to me. Promised to free me from my weakness. He gave me a task. And I will obey.Y1a
629BrotherDevin: For my dedication, Atom would send another messenger, who would free me from my shackles once and for all. That, sister, is why I must wait.{Question} When was the last time you used drugs?BrotherDevin: What if it was? Holy Atom spoke to me. Promised to free me from my weakness. He gave me a task. And I will obey.Y2a
630BrotherDevin: For my dedication, Atom would send another messenger, who would free me from my shackles once and for all. That, sister, is why I must wait.{Question} So if you haven't used drugs since then, what makes you think you haven't already kicked the habit yourself?BrotherDevin: What if it was? Holy Atom spoke to me. Promised to free me from my weakness. He gave me a task. And I will obey.Y3a
63101007541BrotherDevin: ... oh. I-I'm sorry, brother. I thought you were... never mind. Did you need something?{Concerned} You don't look so good.BrotherDevin: Heh. Guess I have been here a while. But Atom came to me. And I must do as He commands.A1a
632BrotherDevin: ... oh. I-I'm sorry, brother. I thought you were... never mind. Did you need something?{Neutral} Zealot Ware asked me to speak to you. He's worried you're killing yourself. You need to stop.BrotherDevin: Heh. Guess I have been here a while. But Atom came to me. And I must do as He commands.A2a
63301007540BrotherDevin: ... oh. I-I'm sorry, brother. I thought you were... never mind. Did you need something?{Neutral} Nothing. Sorry to bother you.BrotherDevin: Go... go with Atom.B1a
6340100753FBrotherDevin: ... oh. I-I'm sorry, brother. I thought you were... never mind. Did you need something?{Puzzled} Have you just been sitting here? I think you need a new hobby.BrotherDevin: Heh. I suppose I look a mess at this point. But I... I can't leave. Atom came to me. And I will follow His command.X1a
6350100753EBrotherDevin: ... oh. I-I'm sorry, brother. I thought you were... never mind. Did you need something?{Question} You seem like you're expecting someone?BrotherDevin: I am. Atom came to me. And I will follow His command.Y1a
636DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_HighConf_FFHub0101FEA8{Question} You said something about a robot hiding his memories in this place. What did you mean?HighConfessorTektus: We have not always been the sole keepers of the Nucleus. Long before we arrived, an ancient robot was master of this place.A1a
637{Question} I heard the Children are responsible for the Fog? Is that true?HighConfessorTektus: We have not always been the sole keepers of the Nucleus. Long before we arrived, an ancient robot was master of this place.A2a
638{Question} How is it you came to this place?HighConfessorTektus: We have not always been the sole keepers of the Nucleus. Long before we arrived, an ancient robot was master of this place.A3a
6390101FEA7{Neutral} Didn't have anything else for the moment.HighConfessorTektus: Atom keep you.B1a
6400101FEA6{Question} There's so much radiation on the island. How come people here don't get sick?HighConfessorTektus: Some do. But most of our family has been blessed at birth with an affinity for the Glow. It's no more to us than a May rain. Warm. Comforting.X1a
641{Question} What can you tell me about Division?HighConfessorTektus: Some do. But most of our family has been blessed at birth with an affinity for the Glow. It's no more to us than a May rain. Warm. Comforting.X2a
6420101FEA5{Question} What happened to the Confessor before you?HighConfessorTektus: Martin? No one knows. One night he was sleeping in his chambers in the vessel, and the next morning, he'd simply vanished.Y1a
643{Question} What happened to this missionary?HighConfessorTektus: Martin? No one knows. One night he was sleeping in his chambers in the vessel, and the next morning, he'd simply vanished.Y2a
644DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _HighConf_WindFarmConv0101FE9FHighConfessorTektus: So tell me. Are you prepared to do what must be done?{Neutral} I am.HighConfessorTektus: Then I will not delay you any further.A1a
6450101FE9EHighConfessorTektus: So tell me. Are you prepared to do what must be done?{Neutral} I'm still deciding.HighConfessorTektus: What decision is there to make? Far Harbor has harmed your family. Denied our brilliant Lord.B1a
6460101FE9DHighConfessorTektus: So tell me. Are you prepared to do what must be done?{Neutral} Not for free, I won't.HighConfessorTektus: You bring down those profane condensers and I guarantee you a reward. But only once I hear tell of the fog rolling through Far Harbor's streets.X1a
6470101FE9CHighConfessorTektus: So tell me. Are you prepared to do what must be done?{Question} I'm not sure. What's going to happen to Far Harbor with the condensers gone?HighConfessorTektus: What should've happened long ago. Atom's holy Fog will overrun the town. The island's beasts will no doubt follow suit.Y1a
648DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _HighConfessorDivision0103E103{Trying to convince someone to change their religious philosophy and blow themselves up with a nuke. / Neutral} It's not every island that has a functioning nuclear sub. You didn't come here to just while away your years. Atom brought you here to use the nuke.HighConfessorTektus: Atom brought us... yes. Yes. Atom's plan... but alas, without the key... there is nothing we can do to see it to fruition...A1a
6490103E102{Neutral} On second thought, maybe Division's not the right path.HighConfessorTektus: Agreed. There is still... too much to be done. Now, was there something else you wished to discuss?B1a
6500103E101{A little arcane. You're trying to convince someone you've been sent by God (not too over the top. He's not an idiot). / Confident} Think on the omens. The deeds I've done for this family. Atom sent me here to aid you. And I'm telling you the nuke is the true path to Him.HighConfessorTektus: He... sent you... yes. It all makes sense. The true path... but alas, the point is moot without the key.X1a
651{A little arcane. You're trying to convince someone you've been sent by God (not too over the top. He's not an idiot). / Neutral} Consider the omens, Confessor. I'm here because Atom wanted me to aid you. And I'm telling you launching the nuke is the only true path to Him.HighConfessorTektus: He... sent you... yes. It all makes sense. The true path... but alas, the point is moot without the key.X4a
6520103E100{Trying to convince someone to change their religious philosophy and blow themselves up with a nuke. / Neutral} Think about it, Confessor. There's no greater way to prove your devotion to Atom than a grand Division. Unless, that doesn't matter to you...HighConfessorTektus: No. No, you're right. True devotion through Division... but... without the key... well, there is little we can do.Y1a
653DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _HighConfessorGreetScene0102C8CEHighConfessorTektus: And be careful. Too many of our brethren have fallen already trying to unlock the secrets of that accursed machine. Now, go do what you must.{Neutral} Consider it done.HighConfessorTektus: Superb. Bring whatever you find directly to me.A1a
6540102C8CDPlayer Default: Atom watch over you.{Neutral} I think I'm going to pass.HighConfessorTektus: A shame. I'd presumed I might rely on our Crusader. But I suppose the services of Atom's favored are required by many. Now, was there something else?B1a
6550102C8CCPlayer Default: Should you find proof of any heresy or disloyalty, you're to bring it to me. Show you can be trusted, and you'll be rewarded.{Question} You mentioned a reward?HighConfessorTektus: There is a relic, a sacred cowl, that I've been holding onto. Perform the deed to my satisfaction, and it's yours.X1a
6560102C8CBPlayer Default: Play it. I want to hear that coward's voice.{Question} What exactly am I looking for?HighConfessorTektus: Hard evidence of any plots against myself, the family, or disrespect towards holy Atom.Y1a
65701006B00DLC03CoAMaleHighConfessorTektus: Ah. I'd heard whispers of a new convert. Welcome, brother. How does it feel to take your place among Atom's chosen?{Deferent. / Neutral} It's an honor, High Confessor.HighConfessorTektus: I'm glad you feel as such. There are many who would squander Atom's grace. Let me ask you a question.A1a
65801006AFFDLC03CoAMaleHighConfessorTektus: Ah. I'd heard whispers of a new convert. Welcome, brother. How does it feel to take your place among Atom's chosen?{Concerned} Like I'm surrounded by fanatics.HighConfessorTektus: True devotion is often mistaken. I can assure you we are no fanatics. But we do have a singular purpose.B1a
65901006AFEDLC03CoAMaleHighConfessorTektus: Ah. I'd heard whispers of a new convert. Welcome, brother. How does it feel to take your place among Atom's chosen?{Sarcastic} More rads than I usually like, that's for damn sure.HighConfessorTektus: Ah, you do not bear Atom's blessing. No issue. A number of our brethren live so.X1a
66001006AFDDLC03CoAMaleHighConfessorTektus: Ah. I'd heard whispers of a new convert. Welcome, brother. How does it feel to take your place among Atom's chosen?{Question} Atom's chosen?HighConfessorTektus: This place - the Nucleus, the island. Atom has claimed it all. For us. His chosen.Y1a
66101006AF7HighConfessorTektus: What would you do with such a place?{Neutral} I'd reach out to them. Try to make peace.HighConfessorTektus: Do you not believe we have tried?A1a
66201006AF6HighConfessorTektus: What would you do with such a place?{Neutral} Far Harbor's a hell hole. I'd wipe it out.HighConfessorTektus: Precisely. The only way to deal with an infection - cleanse the wound and cauterize the flesh.B1a
66301006AF5HighConfessorTektus: What would you do with such a place?{Neutral} I don't know what I'd do.HighConfessorTektus: Understandable.X1a
66401006AF4HighConfessorTektus: What would you do with such a place?{Question} Is Far Harbor really that bad?HighConfessorTektus: Yes, brother. They are.Y1a
66501006AE5HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} I found this icon. The Grand Zealot said you'd be interested in seeing it.HighConfessorTektus: Is that...A1a
666HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} I was hoping to talk to you about the launch key for the sub.HighConfessorTektus: Is that...A2a
667HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} The launch key for the sub's nukes. I wanted to ask you about it.HighConfessorTektus: Is that...A3a
668HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} Had something else I wanted to ask you about the submarine's launch key.HighConfessorTektus: Is that...A4a
669HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} Those memories you'd been wanting to access? I found a way to unlock them.HighConfessorTektus: Is that...A5a
670HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Question} What can you tell me about the Mother of the Fog?HighConfessorTektus: Is that...A6a
67101006AE4HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} The wind turbine powering Far Harbor's condensers. DiMA built a kill switch into it. And I recovered the code to take it offline for good.HighConfessorTektus: DiMA.B1a
672HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} Nothing for now.HighConfessorTektus: DiMA.B2a
67301006AE3HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Question} I'd like to help the family. Is there anything I can do?HighConfessorTektus: Eager. There is a member of our little community I've suspected for some time now.X1a
674HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Question} Was just wondering if there's anything I can do to help the family?HighConfessorTektus: Eager. There is a member of our little community I've suspected for some time now.X2a
675HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} I wanted to talk to you about Sister Aubert.HighConfessorTektus: Eager. There is a member of our little community I've suspected for some time now.X3a
676HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Neutral} I spoke to Aubert and got her to openly admit her disdain for you.HighConfessorTektus: Eager. There is a member of our little community I've suspected for some time now.X4a
677HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Question} Any other work you need done?HighConfessorTektus: Eager. There is a member of our little community I've suspected for some time now.X5a
678HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Question} Is there any work you needed done?HighConfessorTektus: Eager. There is a member of our little community I've suspected for some time now.X6a
67901006AE2HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Conspiratorial} I recovered a holotape. Confessor Martin is planning to come back and take over. We should come up with a plan, but not here. The Command Center tunnels should be far enough away from the rest of the Children.HighConfessorTektus: Martin? It can't...Y1a
680HighConfessorTektus: Now, was there anything you required?{Question} Would you mind answering a couple questions for me?HighConfessorTektus: Martin? It can't...Y2a
681DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _HighConfessorLaunchCodes0103E108{Neutral} We don't need to wait any longer. I recovered the key and I say it's time we bring about Division.HighConfessorTektus: You, you've had it this whole time? This, this was a test. Another part of His plan. Then let us not delay our reunion another moment.A1a
682{Neutral} I recovered the key. I think you should have it.HighConfessorTektus: You, you've had it this whole time? This, this was a test. Another part of His plan. Then let us not delay our reunion another moment.A2a
6830103E107{Neutral} Know what? Never mind.HighConfessorTektus: May Atom guide your path.B1a
6840103E106{Question} If you had the key, would you use it to launch the nuke? To bring about Division?HighConfessorTektus: A question I've asked many a time. To experience instant rebirth as incalculable new worlds... well, there are few gifts greater...X1a
685{Trying to convince someone to nuke themselves. / Neutral} I think you need to reconsider your stance on using the nukes.HighConfessorTektus: A question I've asked many a time. To experience instant rebirth as incalculable new worlds... well, there are few gifts greater...X2a
686{Trying to convince someone to nuke themselves. / Neutral} I still think launching the nukes to bring about Division is the proper path.HighConfessorTektus: A question I've asked many a time. To experience instant rebirth as incalculable new worlds... well, there are few gifts greater...X3a
6870103E105{Question} Have you been searching for the key?HighConfessorTektus: There was a time when we sought it more fervently. But after years of fruitless hunting, we took it as a sign.Y1a
688DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _HighConfFFNuc02TurnIn0102C8B7{Neutral} I looked into her, but it seems that Sister Aubert's loyal. You've got nothing to worry about.HighConfessorTektus: Really? Hmm. I must say I'm surprised. Well, you've none the less lifted a weight from my shoulders.A1a
689{Neutral} Wanted to let you know you've got nothing to worry about. I looked into her and Sister Aubert's loyalty is without question.HighConfessorTektus: Really? Hmm. I must say I'm surprised. Well, you've none the less lifted a weight from my shoulders.A3a
6900102C8B6{Neutral} Actually, it was nothing. Never mind.HighConfessorTektus: Hmm. Well, should you uncover anything of interest, you're to bring it to me.B1a
691{Neutral} I'm still searching.HighConfessorTektus: Hmm. Well, should you uncover anything of interest, you're to bring it to me.B2a
6920102C8B5{Neutral} I found this note. Here.HighConfessorTektus: Let me see... I knew it. You've done well in bringing this to me. I will send men to... collect our good sister.X1a
693{You're covering your own ass. You did find something, but gave it to someone. / Neutral} Actually, I wasn't able to turn up anything on her.HighConfessorTektus: Let me see... I knew it. You've done well in bringing this to me. I will send men to... collect our good sister.X2a
694{A little stern. You're trying to convince someone to give up on trying to track down some information. / Neutral} There's no evidence that Sister Aubert isn't loyal. So, I think that's going to have to be enough.HighConfessorTektus: Let me see... I knew it. You've done well in bringing this to me. I will send men to... collect our good sister.X3a
695{Sarcastic} Turns out there is no Sister Aubert. Figment of your imagination the whole time.HighConfessorTektus: Let me see... I knew it. You've done well in bringing this to me. I will send men to... collect our good sister.X4a
6960102C8B4{Question} What's going to happen to her?HighConfessorTektus: I suppose that all depends on what you've found, child.Y1a
697DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_KaneGreetScene01006B31DLC03CoAMaleBrotherKane: Wait. You're the one they're sayin' saw the Mother. Good omen. You looking for weapons? Ammo? Plenty of Gamma rounds.{Question} Folks here seem pretty heavily armed for a religious organization.BrotherKane: Island's a dangerous place. Heretics, Trappers, beasts of the Fog.Y1a
698DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_MaiGreetScene01040AB9SisterMai: You happen to catch the Grand Zealot's, uh, loyalty test, too?{Neutral} Yeah, I saw it.SisterMai: Hmm.A1a
69901040AB8SisterMai: You happen to catch the Grand Zealot's, uh, loyalty test, too?{Neutral} Nope. Must've missed it.SisterMai: Hmm, that might be for the best...B1a
70001040AB7SisterMai: You happen to catch the Grand Zealot's, uh, loyalty test, too?{Irritated} I'm just here to shop.SisterMai: Of course. Just...X1a
70101040AB6SisterMai: You happen to catch the Grand Zealot's, uh, loyalty test, too?{Question} Loyalty test?SisterMai: Yeah. We saw Richter leading those two outside... only one came back, right around the time you showed.Y1a
70201006B3ASisterMai: And, uh, not sure if the Glow bothers you, but I can help with scouring, too.{Neutral} The decontamination arches are fixed up and ready to go.SisterMai: That's great. I'll send word around. Thanks. Now, did you need to stock up?X1a
703SisterMai: And, uh, not sure if the Glow bothers you, but I can help with scouring, too.{Neutral} Finally got that regulator from the Vim Pop factory.SisterMai: That's great. I'll send word around. Thanks. Now, did you need to stock up?X2a
704SisterMai: And, uh, not sure if the Glow bothers you, but I can help with scouring, too.{Neutral} Was wondering if there was anything you needed help with.SisterMai: That's great. I'll send word around. Thanks. Now, did you need to stock up?X3a
705SisterMai: And, uh, not sure if the Glow bothers you, but I can help with scouring, too.{Neutral} Anything I could help you with?SisterMai: That's great. I'll send word around. Thanks. Now, did you need to stock up?X4a
70601006B39SisterMai: And, uh, not sure if the Glow bothers you, but I can help with scouring, too.{Puzzled} You mentioned scouring? What's that?SisterMai: Oh. Right. Well, most of us here, the Glow doesn't harm us. But Atom's picky about sharing His blessing.Y1a
707DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_MaiPumpAcquired0102B510SisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Neutral} Sure, I can take care of that.SisterMai: Great. Pump's down in the bay. Shouldn't give you any trouble. And here. For what you've done.A1a
7080102B50FSisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Neutral} Maybe some other time.SisterMai: Sure. Pumps down in the bay whenever you get to it. And here. You've earned this.B1a
7090102B50ESisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Negotiating with someone. / Neutral} I risked a lot getting this thing for you. I think I've earned some caps.SisterMai: Suppose that's fair. I can swing, say, 150?X1a
710SisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Negotiating with someone. / Neutral} Trust me. If you'd seen this place, you'd know that's not enough. Mutants floor to ceiling.SisterMai: Suppose that's fair. I can swing, say, 150?X2a
711SisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Negotiating with someone. / Neutral} I'm not sure you're grasping what I went through here. Have I described the smell to you yet?SisterMai: Suppose that's fair. I can swing, say, 150?X3a
7120102B50DSisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Question} So all you did was bypass the decontanimation filters?SisterMai: Well, if you want to oversimplify the heck out of it, yeah. Pretty much.Y1a
713SisterMai: You willing to do the honors?{Question} Could the bypass be reversed?SisterMai: Well, if you want to oversimplify the heck out of it, yeah. Pretty much.Y2a
714DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_MaiQuestScene0102B51B{Neutral} I actually think I already found it.SisterMai: You did?A1a
715{Neutral} All right. I'll track down the pump regulator for you.SisterMai: You did?A2a
7160102B51A{Turning down a job. / Neutral} Much fun as it sounds, no thanks.SisterMai: Don't sweat it. Not like I'm rushing out to do it myself.B1a
7170102B519{Question} What kind of reward are we talking here?SisterMai: For you risking life and limb for my pet project? I've got an old Radium Rifle I've been tinkering with.X1a
7180102B518{Puzzled} Why fix the decontamination arches? Don't they get rid of radiation?SisterMai: Not the way I rigged 'em. I bypassed the filters, so once we get the regulator in place, we'll have a clean way to get a big dose of Glow.Y1a
719DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _RichterGreetScene01007579DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Ah, there you are. Have a job for you.{Respectfully. / Neutral} I'm ready to serve, Grand Zealot.A1a
72001007578DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Ah, there you are. Have a job for you.{Neutral} I don't really have time for this right now.GrandZealotRichter: Hmm. So be it. But you're one of the Children now. With responsibilities. Don't forget that.B1a
72101007577DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Ah, there you are. Have a job for you.{Sarcastic} So long as it doesn't involve drinking from any more poison water features.GrandZealotRichter: No, not so much.X1a
72201007576DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Ah, there you are. Have a job for you.{Question} What kind of job?GrandZealotRichter: A matter of heresy that needs to be dealt with.Y1a
72301007570GrandZealotRichter: The High Confessor wants her found. And executed.{Respectful. You're talking to your superior. / Neutral} I'll find her, Grand Zealot.GrandZealotRichter: Good.A1a
7240100756FGrandZealotRichter: The High Confessor wants her found. And executed.{Stern} Absolutely not. I'm not just going to execute a woman.GrandZealotRichter: Atom makes demands of us all, however unpleasant. It is not our place to disobey.B1a
7250100756EGrandZealotRichter: The High Confessor wants her found. And executed.{Question} We can't try talking to her? Maybe she'll see reason.GrandZealotRichter: Won't lie. Sister Gwyneth was a good woman. But whatever's driven her to this lunacy... I'm not sure how much it's left behind.X1a
7260100756DGrandZealotRichter: The High Confessor wants her found. And executed.{Question} Why have me do this? You have other Zealots who probably know the area better.GrandZealotRichter: I do. But as our resident Inquisitor, this task seemed only appropriate.Y1a
727DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _RichterPostM0201030CD7DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmm. Good example you set. Blasphemy can't be tolerated, no matter how decent the source. Now, was there something you needed?{Question} Was there something between you and Sister Gwyneth?GrandZealotRichter: Ha. No. She was just a good woman. A touch odd, but someone you could rely on.A1a
72801030CD6DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmm. Good example you set. Blasphemy can't be tolerated, no matter how decent the source. Now, was there something you needed?{Neutral} Nothing for now.GrandZealotRichter: Fine.B1a
72901030CD5DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmm. Good example you set. Blasphemy can't be tolerated, no matter how decent the source. Now, was there something you needed?{Question} I'd heard you were the last one to see Brother Edgar. What happened?GrandZealotRichter: Edgar? Crawler got him. Happens sometimes. Nothing more to it. ...was there something else?X1a
730DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmm. Good example you set. Blasphemy can't be tolerated, no matter how decent the source. Now, was there something you needed?{Question} Are there any other tasks you need done?GrandZealotRichter: Edgar? Crawler got him. Happens sometimes. Nothing more to it. ...was there something else?X2a
73101030CD4DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmm. Good example you set. Blasphemy can't be tolerated, no matter how decent the source. Now, was there something you needed?{Question} You seem... different, from most of the people here. Why is that?GrandZealotRichter: Brazen thing, aren't you. All right. I was a soldier before I came to Atom.Y1a
732DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Hmm. Good example you set. Blasphemy can't be tolerated, no matter how decent the source. Now, was there something you needed?{Question} You were a soldier? With what army?GrandZealotRichter: Brazen thing, aren't you. All right. I was a soldier before I came to Atom.Y2a
733DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _RichterTurnInScene01007567DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Sister. Have you dealt with the heretic?{Neutral} I'm still working on it, Grand Zealot.GrandZealotRichter: Then I will let you return to your duty.A1a
73401007566DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Sister. Have you dealt with the heretic?{Stern} I won't do it.GrandZealotRichter: This is not a suggestion. You're acting on behalf of Atom's divine will. You should be honored. Now, get it done.B1a
73501007565DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Sister. Have you dealt with the heretic?{Softening up a bit. You liked this woman. / Neutral} Tell me about Sister Gwyneth.GrandZealotRichter: Certainly never expected something like this from her. Not that she wasn't without her peculiarities, but she always seemed... dedicated.X1a
73601007564DLC03CoAMaleGrandZealotRichter: Sister. Have you dealt with the heretic?{Question} Could we try talking with her?GrandZealotRichter: Wish it were the case, but the time for talk has passed. She's defiled our holy sites and refused the grace of Atom. That demands judgement.Y1a
737DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_TheilGreetScene01008286ZealotTheil: Don't appear to have turned into a slobbering goon, so I'm guessing you had a favorable experience. What visions did holy Atom bless you with?{Neutral} A woman. She guided me to a small shrine. The Grand Zealot said she was called "the Mother of the Fog."ZealotTheil: Heh. You. Saw the Mother of the... how did...A1a
73801008285ZealotTheil: Don't appear to have turned into a slobbering goon, so I'm guessing you had a favorable experience. What visions did holy Atom bless you with?{Neutral} Nothing of interest.ZealotTheil: Hmm. And they still let you in? Well, if you passed Richter's muster, I suppose that's all that matters.B1a
73901008284ZealotTheil: Don't appear to have turned into a slobbering goon, so I'm guessing you had a favorable experience. What visions did holy Atom bless you with?{Initially very spiritual, but on the second line, you're sarcastically trying to sell this person something. / Sarcastic} He came to me and told me the secret to overcoming all life's challenges. And for a mere 500 caps, that secret can be yours, too.ZealotTheil: Heh. I believe I'll pass. But, nevertheless, should you need something from myself or the other Zealots, you need only ask.X1a
74001008283ZealotTheil: Don't appear to have turned into a slobbering goon, so I'm guessing you had a favorable experience. What visions did holy Atom bless you with?{Question} Slobbering goon? Do people have bad reactions to the spring?ZealotTheil: Few make it through the ritual intact. Sort of the point. A vision from Atom is a great honor. Not something to be granted to the unworthy.Y1a
741ZealotTheil: Don't appear to have turned into a slobbering goon, so I'm guessing you had a favorable experience. What visions did holy Atom bless you with?{You're a little taken aback. / Question} So the spring is supposed to hurt people?ZealotTheil: Few make it through the ritual intact. Sort of the point. A vision from Atom is a great honor. Not something to be granted to the unworthy.Y2a
74201006B11Player Default: I guess it's not our place to question the ways of Atom. If there is anything I or the other Zealots can do to serve, all you need to do is ask.{Direct, on a mission / Neutral} The Grand Zealot sent me. Tell me what you can about Sister Gwyneth.ZealotTheil: Very well.A1a
743Player Default: I guess it's not our place to question the ways of Atom. If there is anything I or the other Zealots can do to serve, all you need to do is ask.{Question} What are your duties here?ZealotTheil: Very well.A2a
74401006B10Player Default: So, should you need anything from myself or the other Zealots, you need only ask.{Neutral} Nothing for now.ZealotTheil: Remain vigiliant, brother.B1a
74501006B0FPlayer Default: Heh. I believe I'll pass. But, nevertheless, should you need something from myself or the other Zealots, you need only ask.{Question} Atom ever grant you any visions?ZealotTheil: Sort of. My parents were settlers, tried to carve out a life for us in the Fog. Moved us all out there when I was just a girl.X1a
74601006B0EPlayer Default: Slobbering goon? Do people have bad reactions to the spring?{Question} So you're a Zealot? What is that exactly?ZealotTheil: We are defenders of Atom's faith and guardians of the Nucleus.Y1a
747DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_WareGreetScene0100755FDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: Yeah? I mean, glory to At... wait. You're the new convert. You happen to see Brother Devin? Sickly guy praying off by himself?{Question} Sure, I saw Devin. Why do you ask?A1a
7480100755EDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: Yeah? I mean, glory to At... wait. You're the new convert. You happen to see Brother Devin? Sickly guy praying off by himself?{Neutral} Must've missed him.ZealotWare: Hmm. Yeah. He's gotten a lot easier to miss than he used to be.B1a
7490100755DDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: Yeah? I mean, glory to At... wait. You're the new convert. You happen to see Brother Devin? Sickly guy praying off by himself?{Sarcastic} I think so. Is he the one with the propellers and the periscope? I mean he's kinda hard to miss.ZealotWare: No, he'd be the skeletal one with all his hair falling out.X1a
7500100755CDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: Yeah? I mean, glory to At... wait. You're the new convert. You happen to see Brother Devin? Sickly guy praying off by himself?{Neutral} Who?ZealotWare: Brother Devin. Skinny guy near the entrance to the bay, starting to look like a ghoul with hair. You can't miss him.Y1a
75101007552ZealotWare: What do ya say? Talk to him for me?{Neutral} Okay, sure, I'll talk to him.ZealotWare: Oh, thank you. Please, just, do it quick, all right? He's starting to look... bad.A1a
75201007551ZealotWare: What do ya say? Talk to him for me?{Neutral} Sorry, not my problem.ZealotWare: I, fine. Whatever. Glory to Atom.B1a
75301007550ZealotWare: What do ya say? Talk to him for me?{Stern} Devin should be encouraged to show his devotion. Something you might emulate.ZealotWare: Oh, I, uh, yeah. Sure. Suppose I was just letting my passions get the best of me. Gl-glory to Atom...X1a
7540100754FZealotWare: What do ya say? Talk to him for me?{Question} Anti-rad meds? Are those allowed?ZealotWare: No one's gonna bother you about scouring off the Glow, if that's your concern. They understand we weren't all born with His blessing.Y1a
75501007549ZealotWare: Most folks would say that's real admirable, giving yourself to Atom like that. What do you think?{Neutral} Brother Devin's actions are very admirable. Truly proving his devotion.ZealotWare: I mean, no one's saying the kid's not tough, sure, but...A1a
75601007548ZealotWare: Most folks would say that's real admirable, giving yourself to Atom like that. What do you think?{Neutral} Sounds nuts to me.ZealotWare: Atom above, someone else.B1a
75701007547ZealotWare: Most folks would say that's real admirable, giving yourself to Atom like that. What do you think?{Neutral} I mean, it's his choice, right? Who are we to stop him?ZealotWare: That's easy to say, but...X1a
75801007546ZealotWare: Most folks would say that's real admirable, giving yourself to Atom like that. What do you think?{Question} Why? What do you think?ZealotWare: I've got my opinions. Right now I'm interested in yours. What do you think about this fast?Y1a
759DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus_WareTurnInScene0100752FDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: And if there's anything else I can do for you, you let me know.{Question} Got any more of your brew?ZealotWare: Fresh out at the moment. Stop by in a couple days. Now, you need something else?A1a
7600100752EDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: And if there's anything else I can do for you, you let me know.{Neutral} Didn't need anything at the moment.ZealotWare: All right then. Take care of yourself.B1a
7610100752DDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: And if there's anything else I can do for you, you let me know.{Neutral} Why do you care so much about Devin?ZealotWare: I mean, he's a good kid. Sure, he liked his Jet a little too much, but it's not like he was out raiding.X1a
7620100752CDLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: And if there's anything else I can do for you, you let me know.{Question} You mentioned before you're affected by radiation. Why would you choose to live in a place like this?ZealotWare: Sure beats where I came from. Before joining the family, I was a Trapper.Y1a
763DLC03CoAMaleZealotWare: And if there's anything else I can do for you, you let me know.{Question} You turned on the Trappers?ZealotWare: Sure beats where I came from. Before joining the family, I was a Trapper.Y2a

DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusArchemistEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
764DialogueNucleusArchemist_GreetScene01006B2FDLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Neutral} Not feeling great at the moment.Archemist: Tell me what troubles you.A1a
765DLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Neutral} Not feeling so hot. Mind taking a look?Archemist: Tell me what troubles you.A2a
766DLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Neutral} Could use some fixing up.Archemist: Tell me what troubles you.A3a
76701006B2DDLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Neutral} Could use some supplies, actually.Archemist: Certainly. Here.X1a
768DLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Neutral} I was hoping to pick up some supplies.Archemist: Certainly. Here.X2a
769DLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Neutral} Actually, I need some supplies for the road.Archemist: Certainly. Here.X3a
77001006B2CDLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{The person you're speaking to has a couple nasty old injuries. / Concerned} You don't sound so great. Are you all right?Archemist: Old wounds. Reminders of a wicked life.Y1a
771DLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Question} What sort of wicked life?Archemist: Old wounds. Reminders of a wicked life.Y2a
772DLC03CoAFemaleArchemist: Ah. The latest addition to... our little family. Welcome, child. If you are in need of aid... you've come to the right place.{Question} How did you end up here?Archemist: Old wounds. Reminders of a wicked life.Y3a
773DialogueNucleusArchemist _GreetScene02_Exam01006B1F{doctor just cured your injuries / Neutral} I feel a lot better.A2a
77401006B1ENo. We're done.B2a
775No other complaints.B3a
776That was it.B4a
77701006B1D{doctor just cleaned out your radiation / Neutral} All the rads are gone. Thank you.Archemist: All the better to embrace the Glow anew. Now... something else?X2a
778{Neutral} Haven't soaked up too much radiation.Archemist: All the better to embrace the Glow anew. Now... something else?X3a
779{Neutral} Radiation's not giving me trouble at the moment.Archemist: All the better to embrace the Glow anew. Now... something else?X5a
780{Neutral} Think I've soaked up too many rads.Archemist: All the better to embrace the Glow anew. Now... something else?X7a
78101006B1C{doctor just cleaned out your drug addictions} Feel better now that I'm cleaned up.Archemist: Such things often distance us... from Atom. Now, was there more?Y3a
782{Neutral} I think I took something... too much of something. Do you have anything for addiction?Archemist: Such things often distance us... from Atom. Now, was there more?Y8a

DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusCommandGuardEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
783DLC03CoA_CommandCenterGuardScene01044A5ECommandGuard: So unless you've been tasked by the High Confessor, I'd steer clear of the Command Center.{Question} Secrets? What secrets?CommandGuard: We do not know. The High Confessor believes the key to eliminating Far Harbor is locked away in there...Y1a
78401044A5DCommandGuard: So unless you've been tasked by the High Confessor, I'd steer clear of the Command Center.{Trying to smooth talk your way into a restricted area. / Neutral} It's all right. The High Confessor sent me.CommandGuard: Ah, you're the brave soul. They said you'd be coming. Take care within. Atom can only protect against so much.X1a
78501044A5CCommandGuard: So unless you've been tasked by the High Confessor, I'd steer clear of the Command Center.{Neutral} I can take care of myself.CommandGuard: Life is yours to gamble, brother. Atom watch over you.B1a
78601044A5BCommandGuard: So unless you've been tasked by the High Confessor, I'd steer clear of the Command Center.{Sincere. You're a believer in Atom now. / Neutral} Don't fear, sister. Atom will shield me.CommandGuard: I expect our fallen brethren thought the same. But if you wish to put your fate in Atom's hands, I will not stop you. May He watch over you.A1a

DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusEntranceEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
787DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusEntrance _RichterScene0101056CGrandZealot: You. What are you doing here? Did Far Harbor send you?{Trying to talk someone down. / Neutral} It's okay. I'm not from Far Harbor. I'm from the Commonwealth.GrandZealot: Hmm. Quite the journey. So, explain to me what you're doing here. You come seeking a place among Atom's children?A1a
7880101056BGrandZealot: You. What are you doing here? Did Far Harbor send you?{A little defensive. / Neutral} Far Harbor can rot for all I care.GrandZealot: Hmph. Hear no argument from me.B1a
7890101056AGrandZealot: You. What are you doing here? Did Far Harbor send you?{Neutral} I was sent here by a Child of Atom I met outside of Acadia.GrandZealot: That so. Likely more of Sister Harriet's good work. So you've come to find a place among Atom's children, then?X1a
790GrandZealot: You. What are you doing here? Did Far Harbor send you?{Real salesman pitch, despite the fact that someone is threatening you. / Sarcastic} No, no. I'm with Vault-Tec! Can I interest you in a new life underground?GrandZealot: That so. Likely more of Sister Harriet's good work. So you've come to find a place among Atom's children, then?X2a
79101010569GrandZealot: You. What are you doing here? Did Far Harbor send you?{A bit concerned. Someone if pointing a gun at you. / Puzzled} What's your problem with Far Harbor?GrandZealot: Those heathens persecute our missionaries and use profane technology to steal land that rightfully belongs to Atom.Y1a
792GrandZealot: You. What are you doing here? Did Far Harbor send you?{Puzzled} What profane technology are you talking about?GrandZealot: Those heathens persecute our missionaries and use profane technology to steal land that rightfully belongs to Atom.Y2a
79301010563Player Default: Decisions of who may enter our family, we leave to Atom. You'll have to perform a ritual. Prove yourself worthy in His eyes.{Neutral} All right. I'll do what Atom requires.GrandZealot: Then let us hope He deems you fit.A1a
79401010562Player Default: That's not happening. Only those chosen by Atom may enter. You want in, you'll have to earn it.{Neutral} Sorry. Not interested.GrandZealot: Fine. Then I suggest you be on your way.B1a
79501010561Player Default: What was happening with those two Children of Atom you were, uh, interrogating?{Question} Can I take some time to think about it?GrandZealot: Certainly. But I suggest you do it elsewhere.X1a
79601010560Player Default: Atom's children? Who are they?{Question} By doing what, exactly?GrandZealot: There is a small spring not far from here. Those chosen by Atom drink and are granted something. A token. An experience.Y1a
79701004CB6GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{Neutral} I'm interested in joining. Sign me up.GrandZealot: Decisions of who may enter our family, we leave to Atom. You'll have to perform a ritual. Prove yourself worthy in His eyes.A1a
798GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{Neutral} Yeah, I'm interested in joining.GrandZealot: Decisions of who may enter our family, we leave to Atom. You'll have to perform a ritual. Prove yourself worthy in His eyes.A2a
79901004CB5GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{Stern} I'm not interested in your cult. Just let me in and we won't have any problems.GrandZealot: That's not happening. Only those chosen by Atom may enter. You want in, you'll have to earn it.B1a
80001004CB4GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{A little concerned about having just watched two people kill one another. / Neutral} What was happening with those two Children of Atom you were, uh, interrogating?GrandZealot: An issue of loyalty. Not something you need to concern yourself with. Now, unless you've come to join Atom's faithful, I suggest you go on your way.X1a
80101004CB3GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{Question} Atom's children? Who are they?GrandZealot: We are the Children of Atom, servants of the creator of this and all worlds.Y1a
802GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{Emphasis on "His." Like you're speaking about God. / Question} What do you mean "His domain"?GrandZealot: We are the Children of Atom, servants of the creator of this and all worlds.Y2a
803GrandZealot: So, explain to me why you're trespassing on sacred ground. Unless... you're here seeking a place among Atom's children?{Question} So you worship radiation?GrandZealot: We are the Children of Atom, servants of the creator of this and all worlds.Y3a

DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusPlayerEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
804-01009916{Greeting. / Neutral} Excuse me, High Confessor...
805{Greeting. / Neutral} High Confessor...
806{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Excuse me, Grand Zealot...
807{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Grand Zealot...
808{Greeting someone a little nervously. / Neutral} Uh, hi there.
809{Greeting. Respectful. Pronounced "Arkemist" not "Arch-emist." / Neutral} Excuse me, Archemist...
810{Greeting. Respectful. Pronounced "Arkemist" not "Arch-emist." / Neutral} Pardon me, Archemist...
811{Greeting someone a little nervously. / Neutral} Pardon me.
812{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Sister Aubert...
813{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Excuse me, Sister Aubert...
814{Greeting someone a little nervously. / Neutral} Excuse me.
815{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Sister Mai...
816{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Mai...
817{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Brother Kane...
818{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Excuse me, Brother Kane...
819{You're pretending to be a messenger from god. / Confident} Greetings child.
820{You're pretending to be a messenger from god. / Confident} Hello Brother Devin.
821{Greeting. / Neutral} Excuse me, High Confessor...
822{Greeting. / Neutral} High Confessor...
823{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Brother Devin...
824{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Devin...
825{Greeting. Respectful. Pronounced "Theel." / Neutral} Zealot Theil...
826{Greeting. Respectful. Pronounced "Theel." / Neutral} Pardon me, Zealot Theil...
827{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Ware...
828{Greeting. Respectful. / Neutral} Zealot Ware...
829{Neutral} Excuse me, sister...
830{Neutral} Pardon me, sister...
831{Neutral} Sister...
832{Neutral} Pardon me, brother...
833{Neutral} Excuse me, brother...
834{Neutral} Brother...
835{Firm, direct, talking to a troublemaker} Gwyneth.
836{Firm, direct, talking to a troublemaker} Sister Gwyneth.

DLC03CoA_FFNucleus01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
897DLC03CoA_FFNucleus01 _WareScene0102B54B{Neutral} I spoke to Brother Devin. He's not giving up the fast. Says he's waiting for a messenger from Atom.ZealotWare: Damn. Well thanks for... wait.A
8380102B545ZealotWare: Then you can go and talk him out of it. What do you say?{Neutral} All right, I'm in. So how do we do this?ZealotWare: The rags are the easy part. You can have my extra set. I washed 'em... I think at least once.A1a
8390102B544ZealotWare: Then you can go and talk him out of it. What do you say?{Neutral} I'm not doing it, Ware.ZealotWare: I... all right. But maybe, just think about it. Okay?B1a
8400102B543ZealotWare: Then you can go and talk him out of it. What do you say?{Stern} Impersonating a messenger of Atom? That sounds like blasphemy.ZealotWare: What other choice do we have? Just let him die? Atom, in all His mercy, could intervene at any time. And He hasn't. He's left it to us.X1a
8410102B542ZealotWare: Then you can go and talk him out of it. What do you say?{Question} Why can't you do it?ZealotWare: Trust me, if I thought he wouldn't recognize me nagging him yet again, I would.Y1a
8420102B53DZealotWare: You're the one who saw the Mother of the Fog, right? What she looked like? They say she's faceless, dressed in tatters and all glowy?{Neutral} Sure, that's close enough.ZealotWare: Okay. So here's the idea.A1a
8430102B53CZealotWare: You're the one who saw the Mother of the Fog, right? What she looked like? They say she's faceless, dressed in tatters and all glowy?{Neutral} She was more than that. She was a living shadow, oozing fog.ZealotWare: Yeah, but Devin doesn't know that.B1a
8440102B53BZealotWare: You're the one who saw the Mother of the Fog, right? What she looked like? They say she's faceless, dressed in tatters and all glowy?{Sarcastic} You're way off. The Mother of the Fog has wheels. Chrome hubcaps, too. Sport package.ZealotWare: Sure she does. But even if that were true, Devin doesn't know it. So...X1a
8450102B53AZealotWare: You're the one who saw the Mother of the Fog, right? What she looked like? They say she's faceless, dressed in tatters and all glowy?{Question} What're you suggesting?ZealotWare: Just hear me out.Y1a

DLC03CoA_FFNucleus02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
846DLC03CoA_FFNucleus02_AubertScene0102C8C6{Keep this neutral. The player could be choosing to threaten Aubert or give her the note to destroy. / Neutral} Sister Aubert. I found this note you penned. About the High Confessor. Something like this could get you in a lot of trouble.Aubert: My note?A
8470102C8C0Aubert: We can pretend this never happened. Please.{Informing someone that you're not going to turn them in for a minor crime they committed. / Neutral} Don't worry. I'll tell him everything's above board. Here, take this and destroy it.Aubert: Oh Atom above, thank you. Thank you. Just, when you report back, tell him I'm loyal, all right? Please.A1a
8480102C8BFAubert: We can pretend this never happened. Please.{Neutral} I'll consider it.Aubert: Sure, sure. Whatever you want. But please, don't do anything rash, all right?B1a
8490102C8BEAubert: We can pretend this never happened. Please.{Extorting someone for money. / Neutral} I might be inclined to help you, if I heard the jangle of some caps.Aubert: Yeah. Here. Everything I've got. So, you'll keep this secret? Let me have my note?X1a
8500102C8BDAubert: We can pretend this never happened. Please.{Neutral} Look, no matter what I do, you're not safe here. You need to leave. Now.Aubert: Shit, you're right. Shit. Just, give me a little time before you say anything, all right? Please?Y1a

DLC03DialogueAdditionalEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
851-01025AE8{pronunciation: NUH KAH NO} Mr. Nakano...
852{pronunciation: KEN GEE} 'Scuse me, Mr. Nakano?
853{pronunciation: NUH KAH NO} Mrs. Nakano...
854'Scuse me, Mrs. Nakano?
855Hello?
856{tapping him on the shoulder, pronounced DEE MAH} DiMA...
857{tapping him on the shoulder, pronounced DEE MAH} Hey, DiMA...
858{meeting Kasumi for the first time after tracking her down to Acadia, her back is to you as she's working on something and muttering to herself / Question} Kasumi Nakano?
859{tapping her on the shoulder, getting her attention} Hey, Kasumi...
860{tapping her on the shoulder, getting her attention} Kasumi...

DLC03DialogueDiMAEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
861DLC03DialogueDiMA_01_GreetingScene0104637CDiMA: Tell me: Are you a synth?{Sad} In the back of my mind, I've always suspected...DiMA: That's what I thought. If you don't mind, what's the first thing you can remember?A1a
8620104637BDiMA: Tell me: Are you a synth?{Stern} I'm a human being, not a synth.DiMA: Are you sure? I don't mean to question you, but what's the first memory you have?B1a
8630104637ADiMA: Tell me: Are you a synth?{Sarcastic} No, but if I squint real hard in the mirror, sometimes I look like someone else.DiMA: *chuckle* I'm afraid when I try that trick, nothing really changes.X1a
86401046379DiMA: Tell me: Are you a synth?{Question} How would I even know?DiMA: I'm afraid if you're looking for some biological test we can do, there isn't any. None that aren't fatal.Y1a
86501046374Player Default: That's what I thought. If you don't mind, what's the first thing you can remember?I remember being in my house, the day the bombs fell. We ran to the Vault. We were frozen. I was the only survivor.DiMA: No memories before then? Just a single day, and then waking up alone? We so easily accept what's presented to us as the truth, don't we?A1a
86601046373Player Default: Are you sure? I don't mean to question you, but what's the first memory you have?{Stern} You're treading on very personal territory. Back off.DiMA: Okay... You're not ready to have this conversation.B1a
86701046372Player Default: I know it might seem impossible that you could be a synth, but tell me, what's the first thing you can remember?{Sad} I was with my wife. We were getting ready for the day. I had to take care of my boy, Shaun, and... well, a lot's happened since then...DiMA: But no memories before then? No childhood? Your first best friend? Your first... kiss?X1a
86801046371Player Default: How would I even know?{Suspicious} I'm not going to tell my life story to someone I barely know. Let's hear your answer first.DiMA: I was in a laboratory. In the Institute. They were pulling pieces of my head out. Something about wanting to test some neural process...Y1a
86901021377Player Default: But I can promise you that we will accept you, no matter what you decide you are.Thank you. You've given me a lot to think about.DiMA: I'm glad to hear it. Acadia is open to you. Feel free to walk the grounds. Introduce yourself to my co-founders, Faraday and Chase.A1a
87001021376Player Default: Whatever you believe, we will accept you for who you are. Synth or human.{Stern} I'm not a synth. End of discussion.DiMA: I understand. I won't pry any further.B1a
87101021375Player Default: But I can promise you that you will be accepted here, whatever you decide is true for yourself.{Thinking} Spare me the lecture.DiMA: Fine. But Acadia is still open to you. Feel free to walk the grounds. Introduce yourself to my co-founders, Faraday and Chase.X1a
87201021374Player Default: I'm not going to tell my life story to someone I barely know. Let's hear your answer first.{Question} I've heard enough. Where's Kasumi Nakano?DiMA: Of course. Kasumi is usually working down below. You can see her whenever you like.Y1a
873010212DADiMA: Before you do, though, tell me: Do you think Kasumi is a synth?{Confident} She's a synth. That's why she left home.DiMA: Kasumi had honest questions about herself. She came here for answers.A1a
874010212D9DiMA: Before you do, though, tell me: Do you think Kasumi is a synth?{Stern} She's human, and she has a family waiting for her.DiMA: But imagine what it means if you're wrong. If Kasumi is a synth, then she doesn't have a family. She never had one. Think about how she must feel.B1a
875010212D8DiMA: Before you do, though, tell me: Do you think Kasumi is a synth?{Stern} Who or what she is isn't important.DiMA: But it is. It's everything. Imagine just looking at your own hands and having to wonder: "was I born with these, or were they manufactured?"X1a
876010212D7DiMA: Before you do, though, tell me: Do you think Kasumi is a synth?{Question} Why are you asking?DiMA: Because she came here with that very question. And the answer changes every part of her world.Y1a
87701020E99DiMA: You've entered a place of clarity. Understanding. Peace. While you're here in Acadia, synth-kind welcomes you, as long as you welcome us.{Friendly} I came here looking for Kasumi Nakano.DiMA: Really? I'm impressed. Few would brave the kind of journey you've had for the sake of someone else.A1a
87801020E98DiMA: You've entered a place of clarity. Understanding. Peace. While you're here in Acadia, synth-kind welcomes you, as long as you welcome us.{Irritated} Drop the act. You brainwashed a young girl, and I'm here to bring her home.DiMA: Ah, you must mean Kasumi. Yes, I can understand why you would feel that way. Abandoning your entire life is... a bold step.B1a
87901020E97DiMA: You've entered a place of clarity. Understanding. Peace. While you're here in Acadia, synth-kind welcomes you, as long as you welcome us.{Sarcastic} Well, in that case, I want a Nuka Cola, some Stimpaks, Kasumi Nakano returned to her family, and... hmmm... a pony.DiMA: Ha ha ha. I see. I'm afraid some of those things I'm not in a position to give.X1a
88001020E96DiMA: You've entered a place of clarity. Understanding. Peace. While you're here in Acadia, synth-kind welcomes you, as long as you welcome us.{you're looking at a heavily modified man with mechanical parts sticking out his back / Suspicious} What... are you?DiMA: Told you. I'm the old synth on the mountain. *chuckle*Y1a
881DLC03DialogueDiMA_02_NickScene010427B2DiMA: Please. If you're willing to give me a chance, I can explain.All right, DiMA. We'll humor you. Keep talking.DiMA: This all started over a century ago, when we were first created...A1a
882010427B1DiMA: Please. If you're willing to give me a chance, I can explain.{Irritated} Nick's right, I call bullshit. You don't really know each other.DiMA: Is it so hard to believe? Two synths. Earlier models. Both capable of advanced thought. Both showing signs of age, wear and tear.B1a
883010427B0DiMA: Please. If you're willing to give me a chance, I can explain.{Sarcastic} I know this joke. Two androids walk into a bar...DiMA: I'm afraid the punch-line isn't going to be very funny...X1a
884010427AFDiMA: Please. If you're willing to give me a chance, I can explain.{Question} Is this a joke? Do you really know Nick?DiMA: Let me tell you what I know, and you can judge for yourself.Y1a
885010212B2Nick: I think you and I need to talk about this. Maybe not now, though...{DIMA has just told you and Nick that the two of them are brothers / Thinking} We'll talk later. This is a lot to take in...A1a
886010212B1Nick: I think you and I need to talk about this. Maybe not now, though...{Stern} We need to get back to why we're here. Kasumi Nakano.B1a
887Nick: I think you and I need to talk about this. Maybe not now, though...{Stern} He's lying, Nick. Don't let him get in your head.B2a
888010212B0Nick: I think you and I need to talk about this. Maybe not now, though...{Puzzled} Is it really possible that you wouldn't remember any of this?Nick: You mean between the Institute failsafes, the beatings I've taken over the years, and plain old age?X1a
889010212AFNick: I think you and I need to talk about this. Maybe not now, though...{Concerned} Nick. Is he really your brother?Nick: If he is, it's news to me. Can synths even be related? Just because we're from the same assembly line, does that make us family?Y1a
890DLC03DialogueDiMA_03_HubScene01021BEADLC03MaleDiMA: Apparently our plan to replace Tektus has failed. I sacrificed one of my people for nothing. What could you possibly want from me now?I should get going.DiMA: Of course.B1a
891DLC03DialogueDiMA_04_Synths01021BF3DiMA: You're from the Commonwealth, like Kasumi, yes? I'm sure you've had your own experiences with my kind?Well, I know Nick obviously.DiMA: Yes... Of course...A1a
892DiMA: You're from the Commonwealth, like Kasumi, yes? I'm sure you've had your own experiences with my kind?{Impressed} I've been impressed with the synths I've come across.DiMA: Yes... Of course...A2a
89301021BF2DiMA: You're from the Commonwealth, like Kasumi, yes? I'm sure you've had your own experiences with my kind?I don't really have an opinion about synths.DiMA: I suppose that's fair. Ambivalence is a step closer to acceptance than hatred. Well, at least I hope...B1a
89401021BF1DiMA: You're from the Commonwealth, like Kasumi, yes? I'm sure you've had your own experiences with my kind?{Stern} From what I've seen, synths are just machines. Nothing more.DiMA: Ignorance doesn't do your mind justice. Think about what you're saying. Isn't the human body "just a machine"? That doesn't stop it from being human.X1a
89501021BF0DiMA: You're from the Commonwealth, like Kasumi, yes? I'm sure you've had your own experiences with my kind?{Question} I'd like to hear about your experiences first.DiMA: After I left the Commonwealth, it was decades before I met another of my kind. At first, I didn't believe it.Y1a
896DLC03DialogueDiMA_07_Railroad01022CE9DiMA: I know how frightening it is, the risk of capture. But sacrificing what you are, avoiding the true struggle to be accepted as our own form of life...{you're in the Railroad. DiMA has told you that hiding synths is wrong. that their freedom shouldn't come at the cost of their identity / Depressed} I hadn't thought about it like that. I'm sorry.DiMA: So am I. Your heart is in the right place, and it's unfair of me to judge while I enjoy relative safety from so far away.A1a
89701022CE8DiMA: I know how frightening it is, the risk of capture. But sacrificing what you are, avoiding the true struggle to be accepted as our own form of life...{Stern} Ideals aren't going to protect escaped synths. We do what we have to.DiMA: I know that's what you think I just... No... No, I shouldn't judge. I'm over here, far from the Commonwealth. In relative safety.B1a
89801022CE7DiMA: I know how frightening it is, the risk of capture. But sacrificing what you are, avoiding the true struggle to be accepted as our own form of life...I didn't come to argue. I just wanted you to know we're out there. Helping your people.DiMA: I know. I'm... sorry. It's easy for me to worry about our ideals while I'm so far away from the Commonwealth, in relative safety.X1a
89901022CE6DiMA: I know how frightening it is, the risk of capture. But sacrificing what you are, avoiding the true struggle to be accepted as our own form of life...{Puzzled} Are you saying you don't want the Railroad's help?DiMA: It's not about that. It's about how you've let fear blind your cause.Y1a
900DLC03DialogueDiMA_08_Institute010230F0DiMA: All you have to do is do nothing. Don't tell your fellow researchers about us. Don't tell them we're here.{you're told DIMA you're in the Institute. DiMA has asked that you keep Acadia's existence a secret / Confident} Fine. I'll keep your secrets for now.DiMA: Thank you.A1a
901010230EFDiMA: All you have to do is do nothing. Don't tell your fellow researchers about us. Don't tell them we're here.{Stern} I'm not making deals with you.DiMA: Fine. But I'm not going anywhere, and I'm not going to stoop to your level and swing first.B1a
902010230EEDiMA: All you have to do is do nothing. Don't tell your fellow researchers about us. Don't tell them we're here.I'll think about your offer.DiMA: It's all I can ask. Give Acadia a chance. Perhaps one day, all of humanity will come to accept us. Including the Institute.X1a
903010230EDDiMA: All you have to do is do nothing. Don't tell your fellow researchers about us. Don't tell them we're here.{Concerned} I don't suppose there's any way you and your people would return to the Institute peacefully?DiMA: I appreciate the offer. I do, actually. No one wants bloodshed.Y1a
904DLC03DialogueDiMA_09_Brotherhood010230E8DiMA: All we want is to live in peace. On our own. See for yourself. Walk through Acadia. Talk to my people. We aren't a threat to anyone.{you're told DIMA you're in the Brotherhood of Steel. DiMA has asked that you give Acadia a chance to prove it isn't dangerous / Confident} All right. I'll reserve judgement for now.DiMA: Thank you.A1a
905010230E7DiMA: All we want is to live in peace. On our own. See for yourself. Walk through Acadia. Talk to my people. We aren't a threat to anyone.{Stern} The very fact that synths exist is a threat to humanity.DiMA: You're set on this? Fine. But I'm not going anywhere, and I'm not going to stoop to your level and swing first.B1a
906010230E6DiMA: All we want is to live in peace. On our own. See for yourself. Walk through Acadia. Talk to my people. We aren't a threat to anyone.I guess we'll see.DiMA: It's all I can ask. Give Acadia a chance. Perhaps one day, all of humanity will come to accept us. Even the Brotherhood.X1a
907010230E5DiMA: All we want is to live in peace. On our own. See for yourself. Walk through Acadia. Talk to my people. We aren't a threat to anyone.{Concerned} I don't suppose there's anyway you and your people will surrender peacefully?DiMA: I appreciate that, I do. But judging by the reputation your leaders have, I doubt they would accept surrender even if I wanted to offer it.Y1a
908DLC03DialogueDiMA_FactionBothDestroyed0103A411DiMA: You make me sick.{Stern} Both groups deserved it. The Children of Atom were insane, and Far Harbor wasn't any better.DiMA: And now it's just us, alone on this mountain. Should I be grateful that you've spared Acadia? Or are you just toying with me?A1a
9090103A410DiMA: You make me sick.{Stern} Be careful, DiMA, or you and your people are next.DiMA: We continue to live only out of the goodness of your heart, is that it?B1a
9100103A40FDiMA: You make me sick.{Stern} I had my reasons. You have no right to judge me.DiMA: But it's my people and I that inherit the consequences. We are alone on this island, now. Should I be grateful that you've spared us?X1a
9110103A40EDiMA: You make me sick.I had nothing to do with it.DiMA: Please. Don't insult me. I know it was you.Y1a
912DLC03DialogueDiMA _FactionChildrenDestroyed0103A406DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{Confident} Atom's plan for them was to embrace Division. They left this world following their beliefs.DiMA: With help from you. And I notice you did not embrace Division yourself.A1a
913DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{Concerned} I'm sorry, DiMA, but it's done. They were too dangerous.DiMA: With help from you. And I notice you did not embrace Division yourself.A2a
9140103A405DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{Stern} They were crazy. Someone had to stop them before they killed more people.DiMA: But YOU have killed them. Don't you understand? What victory can anyone claim when they're drowning in blood?B1a
9150103A404DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{Stern} You don't get to lecture me, DiMA. I made a decision while you were cowering on top of this mountain.DiMA: Don't turn this on me. I haven't destroyed an entire people. Did their existence mean so little to you?X1a
9160103A403DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?I had nothing to do with it.DiMA: We both know that isn't true.Y1a
917DLC03DialogueDiMA _FactionChildrenDestroyed0201048927DiMA: In a way, I suppose the Children of Atom have become one with the Fog they thought was their god's messenger...{Confident} I convinced them to embrace Division. They left this world following their beliefs.DiMA: Yes. At least they made that choice for themselves.A1a
918DiMA: In a way, I suppose the Children of Atom have become one with the Fog they thought was their god's messenger...{Confident} We did the right thing here, DiMA.DiMA: Yes. At least they made that choice for themselves.A2a
91901048926DiMA: In a way, I suppose the Children of Atom have become one with the Fog they thought was their god's messenger...{Stern} They were crazy. Someone had to stop them before they killed more people.DiMA: The cycle of violence can only end when one side is completely destroyed? Maybe there's some truth to that...B1a
92001048925DiMA: In a way, I suppose the Children of Atom have become one with the Fog they thought was their god's messenger...{Sarcastic} I'd say that was definitely in my top three best nuclear explosions I've witnessed.DiMA: I only have the one to reference, so I'll take your word on it.X1a
92101048924DiMA: In a way, I suppose the Children of Atom have become one with the Fog they thought was their god's messenger...Any regrets?DiMA: No. You were right. Acadia had to pick a side.Y1a
922DLC03DialogueDiMA _FactionFarHarborDestroyed0103A3FADiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{Concerned} I'm sorry, DiMA, but Far Harbor and the Children would never have been able to co-exist.DiMA: I'm just supposed to accept that? This... mass-murder you've committed?A1a
9230103A3F9DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{zealous / Confident} I have done Atom's bidding. Cleansed this land of the unfaithful!DiMA: So... Child of Atom... a new, grisly chapter has opened in your faith's history. The day the "holy" have committed mass-murder.B1a
9240103A3F8DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?{Stern} I made a choice, DiMA. That's more than you've done.DiMA: Don't you dare turn this around on me. I am not the one who's committed mass-murder!X1a
9250103A3F7DiMA: What about our plan to replace Tektus? I sacrificed one of my people for nothing! Why have you done this?I had nothing to do with it.DiMA: Don't lie to me. Tell me why you murdered all those people.Y1a
926DLC03DialogueDiMA _FactionFarHarborDestroyed020104891DDiMA: Just as the Children of Atom wanted, we've helped them "purify" this land of the unclean.{Confident} Don't second guess yourself, DiMA. We did the right thing.DiMA: You're right. We can only move forward now.A1a
9270104891CDiMA: Just as the Children of Atom wanted, we've helped them "purify" this land of the unclean.{zealous / Confident} Now Acadia is on the side of Atom. The right side.DiMA: I suppose you're right. Our two people will have to work together as long as we're on this island.B1a
9280104891BDiMA: Just as the Children of Atom wanted, we've helped them "purify" this land of the unclean.{Stern} Far Harbor was an ignorant stain on this island.DiMA: I suppose we get the privilege of deciding that. There's that old saying about winners and history...X1a
9290104891ADiMA: Just as the Children of Atom wanted, we've helped them "purify" this land of the unclean.{Question} Any regrets, DiMA?DiMA: Don't worry. I still think you were right. Acadia had to pick a side.Y1a
930DLC03DialogueDiMA_NukeKeyScene0104820BDiMA: We have to keep that key out of the wrong hands. The Nucleus has innocent people living there among the zealots threatening Far Harbor.I found the launch key, already. I'll make sure it's never used.DiMA: Thank you. Was there anything else in my memories? Some way we can work towards peace?A1a
931DiMA: We have to keep that key out of the wrong hands. The Nucleus has innocent people living there among the zealots threatening Far Harbor.I'll make sure no one else gets their hands on that key.DiMA: Thank you. Was there anything else in my memories? Some way we can work towards peace?A2a
9320104820ADiMA: We have to keep that key out of the wrong hands. The Nucleus has innocent people living there among the zealots threatening Far Harbor.That key is the answer, DiMA. We should destroy the Nucleus.DiMA: You're serious? How would that solve anything?B1a
93301048209DiMA: We have to keep that key out of the wrong hands. The Nucleus has innocent people living there among the zealots threatening Far Harbor.{arguing with DiMA about what to do with Far Harbor and the Children of Atom / Stern} We should destroy them both. Far Harbor and the Children of Atom don't deserve to live.DiMA: You're advocating nothing but senseless destruction. Maybe Acadia could survive siding with one group, but killing off both? It would never work.X1a
93401048208DiMA: We have to keep that key out of the wrong hands. The Nucleus has innocent people living there among the zealots threatening Far Harbor.{arguing with DiMA about whether the Children of Atom should live / Question} Is the Nucleus even worth saving?DiMA: Don't judge them by what Confessor Tektus has done. He's used their fears and hatred to turn them into a weapon against Far Harbor.Y1a
93501048202Player Default: I found the launch key, already. I'll make sure it's never used.{Stern} Acadia can't stay neutral any longer, DiMA. You need Far Harbor to survive. Help them get rid of this cult.DiMA: Maybe you're right. Have I let this go on for too long? Have I just been afraid to admit what they've really become?A1a
93601048201Player Default: You're serious? How would that solve anything?Never mind, then. It was just a thought.DiMA: Very well... but we still need to decide what to do about the key...B1a
93701048200Player Default: We should destroy them both. Far Harbor and the Children of Atom don't deserve to live.{Stern} You can't keep denying the obvious. The Cult of Atom is a danger to everyone on this island. We need to act.DiMA: Maybe you're right. Have I let this go on for too long? Have I just been afraid to admit what they've really become?X1a
938010481FFPlayer Default: Is the Nucleus even worth saving?The Children of Atom believe in Division. Deep down, nuclear destruction is what they want. They just need to be convinced.DiMA: I remember having these same debates a long time ago... Maybe it's time I accept the logical conclusion...Y1a
939DLC03DialogueDiMA_WindFarmScene010480E9DiMA: What have I done? If the Children of Atom were to ever get a hold of that code, they would destroy Far Harbor.Don't worry, DiMA. I already have the code. Far Harbor is safe.DiMA: Good. Now we just need to find some way to end this conflict. Have you found anything else in my memories?A1a
940DiMA: What have I done? If the Children of Atom were to ever get a hold of that code, they would destroy Far Harbor.Don't worry, DiMA. The Children of Atom won't get that code. I'll protect Far Harbor.DiMA: Good. Now we just need to find some way to end this conflict. Have you found anything else in my memories?A2a
941010480E8DiMA: What have I done? If the Children of Atom were to ever get a hold of that code, they would destroy Far Harbor.We should use the code, DiMA. Far Harbor should die.DiMA: What? How can you say that?B1a
942010480E6DiMA: What have I done? If the Children of Atom were to ever get a hold of that code, they would destroy Far Harbor.{Question} Why save them? Don't the Children have reasons for hating Far Harbor?DiMA: When the Fog got worse, the people of Far Harbor killed a Child of Atom Missionary. There's been nothing but hatred and bloodshed since.Y1a
943010480E0Player Default: Don't worry, DiMA. I already have the code. Far Harbor is safe.{Stern} Because you need to make a decision, DiMA. Whose side are you on? I side with Atom.DiMA: You're... you're right. I can't stay neutral in this any longer. Acadia has to take a side.A1a
944010480DFPlayer Default: What? How can you say that?I misspoke. Sorry.DiMA: I see... That still leaves us with what to do about the code...B1a
945010480DEPlayer Default: We should destroy them both. Far Harbor and the Children of Atom don't deserve to live.{Stern} Because you were right, DiMA. It's only a matter of time before Far Harbor turns on you.DiMA: You're... you're right. I can't stay neutral in this any longer. Acadia has to take a side.X1a
946-01022CED{talking to DiMA / Confident} You should know, the Institute has been destroyed.
947{talking to DiMA / Friendly} I'm part of a group that helps synths. The Railroad.
948{talking to DiMA / Question} So everyone here in Acadia is a synth?
94901020DC5{Neutral} I have a memory of yours about a nuclear launch key. You knew how to detonate the sub in the Nucleus all along.
950{talking to DiMA / Stern} I'm just going to tell you right now, DiMA. I'm in the Institute.
951{Question} Who are you? What's your story?
95201020DC4{Neutral} One of your memories was about a kill switch you installed to shut down power to Far Harbor, and let the Fog take them. It's all here on this holotape.
953{talking to DiMA / Confident} I'm in the Brotherhood of Steel, and we have plenty to say about synths. How dangerous they are.
954{Question} Tell more more about this place. Acadia.

DLC03DialogueFarHarborEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
955DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_AllenLee01005BE8AllenLee: You helped us on Mariner's "Hull", but we didn't need it. This is our island, our fight, not yours.Hey, buddy, I was just trying to help.AllenLee: Charity makes you weak. Makes you need it more and more, until you're starving from the lack of it.A1a
95601005BE7AllenLee: You helped us on Mariner's "Hull", but we didn't need it. This is our island, our fight, not yours.{Irritated} I am the one that saved all your asses. So yeah.B1a
95701005BE6AllenLee: You helped us on Mariner's "Hull", but we didn't need it. This is our island, our fight, not yours.I'm not here to pick a fight.AllenLee: You just don't understand.X1a
95801005BE5AllenLee: You helped us on Mariner's "Hull", but we didn't need it. This is our island, our fight, not yours.{Question} Don't you want a helping hand?AllenLee: Hell no. Once you start leaning on people, soon you can't walk no good on your own.Y1a
95901005BDDAllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Show me what you got.AllenLee: Make it fast.A1a
960AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.I'll take a look.AllenLee: Make it fast.A2a
961AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Show me what you got.AllenLee: Make it fast.A3a
962AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Show me what you got.AllenLee: Make it fast.A4a
96301005BDCAllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Not interested right now.AllenLee: Then leave.B1a
964AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Not interested.AllenLee: Then leave.B2a
965AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.I'll pass.AllenLee: Then leave.B3a
966AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Not today.AllenLee: Then leave.B4a
96701005BDBAllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.Some other time?AllenLee: *sigh* Fine.X1a
968AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.I don't know.AllenLee: *sigh* Fine.X2a
969AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.I'm still thinking about it.AllenLee: *sigh* Fine.X3a
970AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.I'm not sure.AllenLee: *sigh* Fine.X4a
97101005BDAAllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.What's your problem with the Children?AllenLee: We should've gunned those bastards down the moment they set foot here.Y1a
972AllenLee: Anyone willing to put those bastards down, I'll sell my top shelf ordinance to with a smile.You have any proof that they've... fed the Fog?AllenLee: We should've gunned those bastards down the moment they set foot here.Y2a
973DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_AllenLeeAngry01042ADFAllenLee: The day we rely on outsiders for our security is the day we're as good as dead.{Thinking} I guess you have a point.AllenLee: Damned straight.A1a
97401042ADEAllenLee: The day we rely on outsiders for our security is the day we're as good as dead.{Irritated} You're a real ungrateful ass.AllenLee: Guess who just got on my shit list. Hope you enjoy your "special" discount.B1a
97501042ADDAllenLee: The day we rely on outsiders for our security is the day we're as good as dead.I'm not here to argue with you.AllenLee: I have better ways to spend my time, too.X1a
97601042ADCAllenLee: The day we rely on outsiders for our security is the day we're as good as dead.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - Being persuasive / Friendly} I still put myself in harm's way for you. Some gratitude would be nice.AllenLee: We've had some real pieces of work come through here, but you've been... alright so far.Y1a
977DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_AndreHealed01007F36AndreMichaud: He says this is your doing? But... I do not know you.{Friendly} I was just doing my civic duty.AndreMichaud: *dry chuckle* You're obviously not from here. Gratitude... It's a hard thing out here. So, yeah.A1a
97801007F35AndreMichaud: He says this is your doing? But... I do not know you.I was hoping to get something on the back end for patching you up.AndreMichaud: Of course. They did not find much on me, but you're welcome to it.B1a
97901007F34AndreMichaud: He says this is your doing? But... I do not know you.It was really no big deal.AndreMichaud: Well, I might beg to differ about that.X1a
98001007F33AndreMichaud: He says this is your doing? But... I do not know you.{Question} No, we're strangers. Who exactly are you, anyway?AndreMichaud: Andre Michaud. With my husband John.... We hunt Mirelurks, for their meat, their shells.Y1a
981AndreMichaud: He says this is your doing? But... I do not know you.{Question} How not well are we talking about?AndreMichaud: Andre Michaud. With my husband John.... We hunt Mirelurks, for their meat, their shells.Y2a
98201007F2CAndreMichaud: And I will slaughter everything in my path... Until the island is clean or I am no more.{Concerned} I wish you well, Andre.AndreMichaud: I will not go down easily, my friend.A1a
98301007F2BAndreMichaud: And I will slaughter everything in my path... Until the island is clean or I am no more.{Irritated} Way to throw your life away.AndreMichaud: I wouldn't expect a mainlander to understand. Goodbye.B1a
98401007F2AAndreMichaud: And I will slaughter everything in my path... Until the island is clean or I am no more.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - Being gentle persuasive / Concerned} You're in pain, I've been there. But your plan is... unreasonable. Find a purpose, some constructive purpose, to keep you going.AndreMichaud: You wouldn't know... Once, Far Harbor was... well, not thriving... But alive.X1a
98501007F29AndreMichaud: And I will slaughter everything in my path... Until the island is clean or I am no more.{Question} Really? That's your plan?AndreMichaud: The island wants all of us dead.Y1a
986DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_BrooksShop01007F24DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.Let's barter.Brooks: Of course.A1a
987DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.Let's see what you have.Brooks: Of course.A2a
988DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.Let's trade.Brooks: Of course.A3a
989DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.Let's deal.Brooks: Of course.A4a
99001007F23DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.I don't need anything right now.Brooks: Ah, too bad.B1a
991DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.I'll take a pass.Brooks: Ah, too bad.B2a
992DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.I don't want to shop right now.Brooks: Ah, too bad.B3a
993DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.No, thanks.Brooks: Ah, too bad.B4a
99401007F22DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.I might be looking for something.Brooks: Grab me when you see something you like.X1a
995DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.I'm on the fence.Brooks: Grab me when you see something you like.X2a
996DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.I'm not sure.Brooks: Grab me when you see something you like.X3a
997DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.Possibly.Brooks: Grab me when you see something you like.X4a
99801007F21DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.{trying to peddle the charge card you got from Parker Quinn back in the Commonwealth / Puzzled} Hey, this is a long shot, but... do you accept this charge card?Brooks: Huh? Oh yeah, that thing. Sure do. It'll be easier if I just cash you out. Looks like... what? 100 caps? Here you go.Y1a
999DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - put some investigating detective spin on it... Trying to get an admission / Question} I heard you were a synth. Is that true?Brooks: Huh? Oh yeah, that thing. Sure do. It'll be easier if I just cash you out. Looks like... what? 100 caps? Here you go.Y2a
1000DLC03MaleBrooks: Welcome to the Bait Shop. If you need any odds and ends, I'm your man.{Question} What's your story?Brooks: Huh? Oh yeah, that thing. Sure do. It'll be easier if I just cash you out. Looks like... what? 100 caps? Here you go.Y3a
1001DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_BrooksSynth01007F1BBrooks: What's it to you? Do you have a problem with synths?{SPEECH CHALLENGE - sincere response} Quite the opposite. I'm with the Railroad. I help them.Brooks: Hmmm... Interesting. I got one thing to say: head to Acadia. Take care, alright.A1a
1002Brooks: What's it to you? Do you have a problem with synths?{SPEECH CHALLENGE - sincere response} I consider myself a friend of the synths.Brooks: Hmmm... Interesting. I got one thing to say: head to Acadia. Take care, alright.A2a
100301007F1ABrooks: What's it to you? Do you have a problem with synths?{Stern} Synths are an abomination. The whole world should have a problem with them.Brooks: Wow, I'd hate to be one of those guys then.B1a
100401007F19Brooks: What's it to you? Do you have a problem with synths?I really don't care one way or the other.Brooks: Live and let live, I guess. No skin off my nose.X1a
100501007F18Brooks: What's it to you? Do you have a problem with synths?{Stern} Synths belong in the Institute.Brooks: An institute, you say? Do they got mental problems or something?Y1a
1006DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_CaptainAvery01024437CaptainAvery: At this point, I'd settle if folks were just plain civil to you.What's there to do in town?CaptainAvery: Brooks sells general goods. Teddy Wright's in back of his shop, and he can patch you up if you need it.A1a
100701024436CaptainAvery: At this point, I'd settle if folks were just plain civil to you.I have to go.CaptainAvery: Be well.B1a
100801024435CaptainAvery: At this point, I'd settle if folks were just plain civil to you.{Question} What's the history of this place?CaptainAvery: Well, this whole dock used to belong to the Mariner.X1a
1010DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_DebbyVendor0104497DDLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?Let's see what you have.Debby: Certainly.A1a
1011DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?I could use a drink.Debby: Certainly.A2a
1012DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?I'm ready to order.Debby: Certainly.A3a
1013DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?Can you take my order?Debby: Certainly.A4a
10140104497CDLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?No, thanks.Debby: Well, if you change your mind.B1a
1015DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?Not today.Debby: Well, if you change your mind.B2a
1016DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?Not interested.Debby: Well, if you change your mind.B3a
1017DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?I'll pass.Debby: Well, if you change your mind.B4a
10180104497BDLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?I'm thinking about it.Debby: Just flag me over if you need me.X1a
1019DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?I don't know.Debby: Just flag me over if you need me.X2a
1020DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?I'm still deciding.Debby: Just flag me over if you need me.X3a
1021DLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?Maybe.Debby: Just flag me over if you need me.X4a
10220104497ADLC03FemaleDebby: What's your order, sweety?What do you have to drink?Debby: All sorts of Old World booze. We carry Vim!, too.Y1a
1023DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_Mitch01005C04Mitch: Free beer for you. Ha!{Friendly} Thanks for the free drink.Mitch: Look at you with all your mainland niceties.A1a
102401005C03Mitch: Free beer for you. Ha!What's the catch?Mitch: Not a catch to be found. A full bar ain't no use to a corpse.B1a
102501005C02Mitch: Free beer for you. Ha!{Question} You give away free drinks often?Mitch: A fully stocked bar ain't no use to a corpse, is it? Ha!X1a
102601005C01Mitch: Free beer for you. Ha!{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying to ingratiate yourself for a free drink of the good stuff / Question} You have anything a bit stronger?Mitch: Pushing your luck, are you? Ha. I like it. Take this, top shelf all around.Y1a
102701005BFAMitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?Let's see what you have on tap.Mitch: Now that's what I like to hear. Ha!A1a
1028Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?What do you have?Mitch: Now that's what I like to hear. Ha!A2a
1029Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?I could use a drink.Mitch: Now that's what I like to hear. Ha!A3a
1030Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?I'd like a drink.Mitch: Now that's what I like to hear. Ha!A4a
103101005BF9Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?No, thanks.Mitch: More for the rest of us.B1a
1032Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?Not interested.Mitch: More for the rest of us.B2a
1033Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?Not today.Mitch: More for the rest of us.B3a
1034Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?Sorry, no.Mitch: More for the rest of us.B4a
103501005BF8Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?I'd like to rent a room.Mitch: It's up the stairs.X1a
1036Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?I'd like to rent a room, but I'm short on caps.Mitch: It's up the stairs.X2a
103701005BF7Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?{Question} What's so special about the Fog on the island?Mitch: Can't you feel it? Even here - as safe as anyone can be on this damned island.Y1a
1038Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?{Question} The Fog can drive you crazy?Mitch: Can't you feel it? Even here - as safe as anyone can be on this damned island.Y2a
1039Mitch: You stay here over long and the Fog'll claim you, might as well meet her with a belly full of fire, hey?{Question} If it's so dangerous, why do you stay?Mitch: Can't you feel it? Even here - as safe as anyone can be on this damned island.Y3a
1040DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_TeddyExam01044979{doctor just cured your injuries / Neutral} I feel a lot better.A2a
104101044978No. We're done.TeddyWright: Take care.B2a
1042No other complaints.TeddyWright: Take care.B3a
1043That was it.TeddyWright: Take care.B4a
104401044977{doctor just cleaned out your radiation / Neutral} All the rads are gone. Thank you.TeddyWright: Someone on the island that's rad free. Must be my lucky day.X2a
1045{Neutral} Haven't soaked up too much radiation.TeddyWright: Someone on the island that's rad free. Must be my lucky day.X3a
1046{Neutral} Radiation's not giving me trouble at the moment.TeddyWright: Someone on the island that's rad free. Must be my lucky day.X5a
1047{Neutral} Think I've soaked up too many rads.TeddyWright: Someone on the island that's rad free. Must be my lucky day.X7a
104801044976{doctor just cleaned out your drug addictions} Feel better now that I'm cleaned up.TeddyWright: Clean and sober, eh? Good for you. Need something else?Y3a
1049{Neutral} I think I took something... too much of something. Do you have anything for addiction?TeddyWright: Clean and sober, eh? Good for you. Need something else?Y8a
1050DLC03DialogueFarHarbor_TeddyWright01007F3FTeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.I need some medical attention.A2a
1051TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.I need some help.A3a
1052TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.I need a doctor.A4a
1053TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.I need your medical services.A5a
105401007F3ETeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.I don't need anything.B2a
1055TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.I don't need a doctor.B3a
1056TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.No problems here.B4a
1057TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.Not interested.B5a
105801007F3DTeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.You have any medical supplies?X2a
1059TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.Let me see what you're selling.X3a
1060TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.Let's trade.X4a
1061TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.Let's see your stock.X5a
106201007F3CTeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.What's the diagnosis on your patient there?TeddyWright: Poor Andre's my patient over there.Y1a
1063TeddyWright: If you need doctoring speak up. I wish I had time for some proper conversation, but my work's never done.Mind if I try helping him?TeddyWright: Poor Andre's my patient over there.Y2a
1064-01024433You know of anyone that could use some help?
1065You know of anyone that could use some help?
10660101D1C0What's your problem with the Children of Atom?
1067You have any proof that they've... fed the Fog?
1068How's it going?
10690101D1BFWho's Andre?
1070{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying to persuade him} I know a few things about medicine. Can I try to help him?
107101005C15Allen...
1072Hey, Allen...
1073Let's take a look...
1074Andre...
1075Hey, Andre...
1076Avery...
1077Captain...
1078Bertha...
1079Heya Bertha...
1080Brooks...
1081Hey Brooks...
1082Mrs. Dalton...
1083Cassie...
1084Mariner...
1085Heya Mariner...
1086Mitch...
1087What's up, Mitch?
1088Sandra...
1089Hey Sandra...
1090Hey Doc...
1091Teddy...

DLC03DialogueFarHarborPostMQ05AveryEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1092DLC03PostMQ05Avery_DeadAcadia0104A052CaptainAvery: And with what we did to Acadia it must be happy.{Sad} The whole thing's a tragedy.CaptainAvery: I'd like to blame you, but really, it's not your fault.A1a
10930104A051CaptainAvery: And with what we did to Acadia it must be happy.{Defiant} If left alone, Acadia would always be a threat.CaptainAvery: It was also a promise, as well. A promise of something better...B1a
10940104A050CaptainAvery: And with what we did to Acadia it must be happy.{Defiant} The island's not to blame. Your people are.CaptainAvery: You're right, of course.X1a
10950104A04FCaptainAvery: And with what we did to Acadia it must be happy.You're lucky to be alive.CaptainAvery: Why? Because they don't know I'm a synth?Y1a
1096DLC03PostMQ05Avery_Peace0104A05DCaptainAvery: But somehow you made everyone satisfied with simple justice.At their core, your people are good. Maybe even noble.CaptainAvery: How does an outsider know them better than me?A1a
10970104A05CCaptainAvery: But somehow you made everyone satisfied with simple justice.{Stern} You owe me, Avery.CaptainAvery: No argument there.B1a
10980104A05BCaptainAvery: But somehow you made everyone satisfied with simple justice.Sometimes justice is enough.CaptainAvery: I underestimated my people. And you.X1a
10990104A05ACaptainAvery: But somehow you made everyone satisfied with simple justice.It wasn't easy.CaptainAvery: You have to know if it weren't for you... It would've gone very differently.Y1a

DLC03DialogueFarHarborPostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1100DLC03DialogueFarHarborPostQuest _AllenDeadCoA0104503BAllenLee: I got to know. Why did you do it? Ha.Ultimately it was a choice between you or them.AllenLee: Which is what I've been saying for years.A1a
11010104503AAllenLee: I got to know. Why did you do it? Ha.Their cult was a dangerous disease. It needed to be cured.AllenLee: If I ever, and I mean ever, caused you grief... Hell, I apologize.B1a
110201045039AllenLee: I got to know. Why did you do it? Ha.I don't owe you an explanation.AllenLee: That's right, you sure don't.X1a
110301045038AllenLee: I got to know. Why did you do it? Ha.With their beliefs, their leadership... It's safer, for all us, with them out of the picture.AllenLee: They kept working away at people's fears, uncertainty. Poisoning their heads with lies.Y1a
1104DLC03DialogueFarHarborPostQuest _AveryDeadCoA01045047CaptainAvery: Why did you do it?Ultimately it was a choice between you or them.CaptainAvery: *sigh* Maybe of putting aside all the bad blood... Was just a fairy tale.A1a
110501045046CaptainAvery: Why did you do it?Their cult was a dangerous disease. It needed to be cured.CaptainAvery: Under Tektus... I could see what you're saying.B1a
110601045045CaptainAvery: Why did you do it?I don't owe you an explanation.CaptainAvery: I suppose you don't.X1a
110701045044CaptainAvery: Why did you do it?With their beliefs, their leadership... It's safer, for all us, with them out of the picture.CaptainAvery: There's a real chance they would be a threat to us in the future.Y1a
1108DLC03DialogueFarHarborPostQuest _AveryPeaceWithCoA01045053CaptainAvery: Because of you, I think we have a real chance of peace here.I wish you both well.CaptainAvery: Truly, we don't deserve you.A1a
110901045052CaptainAvery: Because of you, I think we have a real chance of peace here.Yeah, but the whole thing is built on lies.CaptainAvery: Sad thing is, I bet that's the way most peaces are kept. But, enough of that.B1a
111001045051CaptainAvery: Because of you, I think we have a real chance of peace here.I guess we'll find out.X1a
111101045050CaptainAvery: Because of you, I think we have a real chance of peace here.Do you think you and Tektus can make this work?CaptainAvery: With so much blood spilled, it won't be easy.Y1a

DLC03DialogueKasumiAcadiaEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1112DLC03DialogueKasumi_01_MQ03Scene0102BBDF{reporting back to Kasumi on what you've found} Turns out DiMA's earliest memories are in the hands of the Children of Atom. He's afraid of what they're going to find.Kasumi: So is that what those death projections were about? It wasn't DiMA planning to destroy the island. He's worried the Children of Atom will?A
11130103CFE7Player Default: I'm sorry. I'm making assumptions. It's just... well, it's a little exciting, isn't it? You'll let me know what you find? I'll keep an eye on things here.I'll get DiMA's memories, and then we'll figure things out from there.Kasumi: Good luck.A1a
11140103CFE6Player Default: Okay. Let me know when you've found something. I doubt breaking into DiMA's memories is going to be simple.{Stern} Just so we're clear: Anything good I find is mine.Kasumi: All I want is answers. You can have anything else, okay? Good luck.B1a
11150103CFE5Player Default: I'm getting paid for all this, right?{Sarcastic} If all I find in those memories is just 100 years worth of DiMA staring at a wall, I'm going to be really annoyed.Kasumi: Well, if you did, that's almost good right? That means they're harmless. Anyway, good luck.X1a
11160103CFE4Player Default: About the Children of Atom. What do you know about them?{Puzzled} So say I get the memories. What then?Kasumi: If it's something that really would threaten the island, then it's better out of the hands of the Children of Atom. Or Far Harbor, even.Y1a
11170103A55BKasumi: Do you have a way in? Into his memories? Assuming you can get past the Children of Atom, of course...{Puzzled} I got this program that Faraday and DiMA wrote. It's supposed to help me access the memory banks.Kasumi: Really? How would that work? When I was taking a peek in the computers he has here, DiMA was hooked up to his chair. I was just tapping into it.A1a
11180103A55AKasumi: Do you have a way in? Into his memories? Assuming you can get past the Children of Atom, of course...I haven't found anything yet.Kasumi: Okay. Let me know when you've found something. I doubt breaking into DiMA's memories is going to be simple.B1a
11190103A559Kasumi: Do you have a way in? Into his memories? Assuming you can get past the Children of Atom, of course...{Question} I'm getting paid for all this, right?Kasumi: Don't worry, I have money. Not to mention the fact that you'll have whatever secrets are in DiMA's earliest memories.X1a
11200103A558Kasumi: Do you have a way in? Into his memories? Assuming you can get past the Children of Atom, of course...{Puzzled} About the Children of Atom. What do you know about them?Kasumi: Well, I heard about them a little bit back in the Commonwealth. Radiation worship, something like that?Y1a

DLC03DialogueNakanoResidenceEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1121DLC03DialogueNakanoResidence _01_KasumiReport010102BC1C{you've been to Acadia and back, now you're reporting in with Kenji Nakano while you're working with Kasumi / Confident} I found Kasumi. She's safe and sound, but she won't think about coming back until I help with some problems up North.MrNakano: Thank god she's all right. But she needs help? Please, do everything you can for her. Just make sure she comes home safely when it's over.A
1122DLC03DialogueNakanoResidence _01_KasumiReport020102BC1C{you've been to Acadia and back, now you're reporting in with Rei Nakano while you're working with Kasumi / Confident} Kasumi is all right, but there's some problems up North she wants me to deal with before she'll think about coming home.MrsNakano: So my baby is alive? *sigh of relief* If she needs help, please do everything you can. We just want her to come home.A

DLC03DialogueNickEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1123DLC03DialogueNick_01_AfterDiMA0101042805Nick: I'd appreciate it if we could keep an eye out.Actually, I think I already found something inside of DiMA's memories. Take a listen.Nick: All right. Let me run this real quick...A1a
1124Nick: I'd appreciate it if we could keep an eye out.{Confident} Of course, Nick. We'll find something.Nick: All right. Let me run this real quick...A2a
112501042804Nick: I'd appreciate it if we could keep an eye out.{Stern} We don't really have time for this, Valentine.Nick: You're all heart.B1a
112601042803Nick: I'd appreciate it if we could keep an eye out.I'll try, but no promises, Nick. We don't even know what we're looking for.Nick: Fair enough. I know we don't have much to go on. Just keep me in mind if you find something that might give us some answers.X1a
112701042802Nick: I'd appreciate it if we could keep an eye out.What kind of proof would we be looking for?Nick: I don't know, but our best bet is to keep looking into DiMA and Acadia.Y1a
112801036AB7NPCMNickValentine: What? Oh, sorry. Just got my head full of what DiMA was talking about. It's a... bit of a shock. What do you think is he really... family?{Concerned} It's hard to deny it Nick. The similarities are pretty obvious.Nick: I spent a long time wondering if the Institute had made any other prototypes. If I was just a ... failure, or they gave up, or just plain got bored.A1a
112901036AB6NPCMNickValentine: What? Oh, sorry. Just got my head full of what DiMA was talking about. It's a... bit of a shock. What do you think is he really... family?{Stern} I don't trust him, Nick. You shouldn't either.Nick: It's not really about trust. It's about the facts. I can't deny he's a synth. A prototype, like me.B1a
113001036AB5NPCMNickValentine: What? Oh, sorry. Just got my head full of what DiMA was talking about. It's a... bit of a shock. What do you think is he really... family?{Puzzled} Honestly? I don't know what to think, Nick.Nick: Yeah... Guess that makes two of us...X1a
113101036AB4NPCMNickValentine: What? Oh, sorry. Just got my head full of what DiMA was talking about. It's a... bit of a shock. What do you think is he really... family?{Concerned} Before I answer, are you okay?Nick: I'll keep. Don't worry. Just need to figure this all out.Y1a
1132DLC03DialogueNick_02_HolotapeGive01042FAFNick: Dammit. Why can't I remember!?{Confident} Take it easy, Valentine. People forget things. Especially after something traumatic like what happened between you and DiMA.Nick: *sigh* Yeah... yeah, you're right...A1a
113301042FAENick: Dammit. Why can't I remember!?{mean jerk / Stern} You're getting too old, Nick. Past your warranty.Nick: Still got enough life in me for a good right hook, so don't push it...B1a
113401042FADNick: Dammit. Why can't I remember!?{Sarcastic} This is how it starts, Nick. Next you'll be forgetting your keys and thinking I'm your great uncle from Southie.Nick: *chuckle* You always know just what to say...X1a
113501042FACNick: Dammit. Why can't I remember!?{Concerned} You all right?Nick: Do I look all right to you?Y1a
113601042FA6Nick: Should I give him a chance? Try to accept him as my brother? He might just be the only other prototype synth that exists.{encouraging / Concerned} I think you'd regret it if you didn't try to get to know him better.Nick: You're right. Maybe next time we swing by Acadia, I'll try to be a little nicer to the old synth. Try to make up for lost time...A1a
113701042FA5Nick: Should I give him a chance? Try to accept him as my brother? He might just be the only other prototype synth that exists.{Stern} Whatever DiMA is, he's not your brother. Keep him at arm's length, Nick.Nick: Maybe you're right. Whatever relationship we had was over a hundred years ago.B1a
113801042FA4Nick: Should I give him a chance? Try to accept him as my brother? He might just be the only other prototype synth that exists.I think you already know the answer, Nick. You don't need me to tell you.Nick: Huh. Maybe next time we swing by Acadia, I'll try to be a little nicer to the old synth. Make up for lost time...X1a
113901042FA3Nick: Should I give him a chance? Try to accept him as my brother? He might just be the only other prototype synth that exists.{Question} I guess the question is: What do you want, Nick? Do you want a brother in your life?Nick: And if I did, would I want DiMA to be that brother? I guess no one gets to choose their family, but when your family is built in a lab, things get weird...Y1a
1140010427FDNPCMNickValentine: Hey, when you were in DiMA's memories, did you find anything? Any proof about what really happened between us?Take a listen to this holotape, Nick. It's from the data we pulled off of DiMA's memory banks.Nick: All right. Let me run this real quick...A1a
1141010427FCNPCMNickValentine: Hey, when you were in DiMA's memories, did you find anything? Any proof about what really happened between us?Haven't found anything yet, Nick.Nick: Really? That's too bad. Let me know if that changes.B1a
1142010427FBNPCMNickValentine: Hey, when you were in DiMA's memories, did you find anything? Any proof about what really happened between us?{Sarcastic} Here you go. A special episode of "The Lost Tales of Nick Valentine."Nick: Thanks, smart-ass. Let me run through this real quick...X1a
1143010427FANPCMNickValentine: Hey, when you were in DiMA's memories, did you find anything? Any proof about what really happened between us?{Question} You sure you want to know, Nick?Nick: Yeah. Gotta admit the possibility that DiMA is right, and I really don't remember him, is unsettling. But I need to know the truth.Y1a

DLC03DialogueV118Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1144DLC03DialogueV118_EzraReveal01049D31Julianna: What's it going to be, Detective. Join me in getting rich or die defending some outdated ideals?Ok, I'll let you go.Julianna: Well, I'm glad you've decided to be reasonable. I would've hated for this to come to more bloodshed.A1a
114501049D30Julianna: What's it going to be, Detective. Join me in getting rich or die defending some outdated ideals?Not a chance. Your murder spree stops here.Julianna: Then let us end this.B1a
114601049D2FJulianna: What's it going to be, Detective. Join me in getting rich or die defending some outdated ideals?If I'm going to let you go, I want a cut of what you've stolen.Julianna: Not a chance, Detective. I've invested far too much time into this. If I'm leaving, I'm taking everything with me.X1a
1147Julianna: What's it going to be, Detective. Join me in getting rich or die defending some outdated ideals?I need time to consider this.Julianna: Not a chance, Detective. I've invested far too much time into this. If I'm leaving, I'm taking everything with me.X2a
114801049D2EJulianna: What's it going to be, Detective. Join me in getting rich or die defending some outdated ideals?Ezra? You're alive?Julianna: Well, congratulations on catching up, Detective.Y1a
1149Julianna: What's it going to be, Detective. Join me in getting rich or die defending some outdated ideals?Why did you kill Julianna?Julianna: Well, congratulations on catching up, Detective.Y2a
1150DLC03DialogueV118_GiftShopMain01044AF8Did you have any thoughts on the case?Pearl: I'm afraid not, Detective. We're really at a loss, which is why I was sent to find you.Y1a
1151What have you got?Pearl: I'm afraid not, Detective. We're really at a loss, which is why I was sent to find you.Y2a
1152DLC03DialogueV118 _ReceptionistKillerExposed0103792FI found the killer.Player Default: It was Santiago.A
11530104A0E5PlayerVoiceFemale01: I found the killer.It was Santiago.Receptionist: That's just terrible. I can't believe it. And after all this time.A1a
1154PlayerVoiceFemale01: I found the killer.It was Keith.Receptionist: That's just terrible. I can't believe it. And after all this time.A2a
1155PlayerVoiceFemale01: I found the killer.It was Ezra. He killed Julianna and took her place to hide his tracks.Player Default: He attacked me, but it's over now. Your residents are safe.A3a
1156DLC03DialogueV118 _ReceptionistOptions0104B133Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?He attacked me, but it's over now. Your residents are safe.Receptionist: You did the right thing coming to me, Detective. I've alerted the staff and we shall converge on him. Quickly, let's go!A1a
1157Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?It's over. You don't have to worry any longer.Receptionist: You did the right thing coming to me, Detective. I've alerted the staff and we shall converge on him. Quickly, let's go!A2a
1158Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?He's still here. There's still time to catch him.Receptionist: You did the right thing coming to me, Detective. I've alerted the staff and we shall converge on him. Quickly, let's go!A3a
11590104B132Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?I killed him. He had it coming.Receptionist: You did the right thing, Detective.B1a
11600104B131Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?He got away before I could catch him.Receptionist: I can't say the residents will be pleased that you let him get away, but I suppose there is nothing to be done about it. At least it's over.X1a
1161Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?Turns out robobrains can eat. And I served him up a heaping helping of Justice.Receptionist: I can't say the residents will be pleased that you let him get away, but I suppose there is nothing to be done about it. At least it's over.X2a
11620104B130Receptionist: My word! I never thought Mr. Parker was capable of something like this. What happened when you confronted him?Does it really matter?Receptionist: Yes of course it matters! The man is a murderer, we need to know if he is still at large!Y1a

DLC03FarHarborFF01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1163DLC03FarHarborFF01CassieScene1Intro01025039Cassie: I should know. I watched the island tear down the greatest family that ever set foot in Far Harbor. It's a tale of greed, blood and vengeance.{Friendly, sincere / Friendly} Sounds interesting. I'd like to hear it.Cassie: I thought you might say that.A1a
116401025038Cassie: I should know. I watched the island tear down the greatest family that ever set foot in Far Harbor. It's a tale of greed, blood and vengeance.{Indifferent / Tired} Sorry, but I'm not real big on stories.Cassie: You must not be big on earnin' caps either, cause I was about to offer you a job. Oh well, too bad for you.B1a
116501025037Cassie: I should know. I watched the island tear down the greatest family that ever set foot in Far Harbor. It's a tale of greed, blood and vengeance.{Sarcasm / Sarcastic} You think the island is alive? You're completely crazy.Cassie: Oh, you think that now, but by the time you've heard my tale, you might not be so sure.X1a
116601025036Cassie: I should know. I watched the island tear down the greatest family that ever set foot in Far Harbor. It's a tale of greed, blood and vengeance.{Genuine curiosity / Question} What family are you talking about?Cassie: I was just about to explain.Y1a
116701025030Cassie: With the stranger's help. the last living Dalton finally has a chance to avenge her bloodline once and for all!{Confident} Let me guess: I'm the mysterious stranger who's going to help you avenge your family.Cassie: Oh, you're a quick one! Good, you'll need your wits about you, because your part in the story is filled with danger.A1a
11680102502FCassie: With the stranger's help. the last living Dalton finally has a chance to avenge her bloodline once and for all!{Irritated by this nagging old crackpot woman / Irritated} Cut the bullshit and just tell me what you need.Cassie: Hmph, sounds like someone forgot to pack a sense of adventure when they got on the boat to Far Harbor.B1a
11690102502ECassie: With the stranger's help. the last living Dalton finally has a chance to avenge her bloodline once and for all!{Skeptical but willing to listen... for money / Suspicious} I get it. I'm the stranger and you need my help. Fine, but you'd better make this worth my time.Cassie: Don't you worry about that. One thing a Dalton's never been is poor!X1a
11700102502DCassie: With the stranger's help. the last living Dalton finally has a chance to avenge her bloodline once and for all!{You think this old woman is maybe a little crazy / Irritated} Wait, are you saying that I'm the mysterious stranger who's going to help you avenge your family?Cassie: Oh, you're a quick one! Good, you'll need your wits about you, because your part in the story is filled with danger.Y1a
117101025027Cassie: Course those ferals are still out there, waiting to kill the next poor fool who comes along. Damn shame, that.{Neutral} I already wiped out those ghouls.Cassie: Good, good! It's long past time those shamblers paid for what they did to Petey.A1a
1172Cassie: Course those ferals are still out there, waiting to kill the next poor fool who comes along. Damn shame, that.{Confident / Confident} Those ghouls are as good as dead.Cassie: Good, good! It's long past time those shamblers paid for what they did to Petey.A2a
117301025026Cassie: Course those ferals are still out there, waiting to kill the next poor fool who comes along. Damn shame, that.{Disinterested, ambivalent / Irritated} Go deal with them yourself.Cassie: Haven't you been listening to anything I've said? I'm a Dalton! The island knows me! It's just waiting for me to set foot outside that gate.B1a
117401025025Cassie: Course those ferals are still out there, waiting to kill the next poor fool who comes along. Damn shame, that.{Ambivalent / Neutral} I'm not promising anything, but I'll think about it.Cassie: You want to take your time thinking about it, fine, just tell me when it's done.X1a
117501025024Cassie: Course those ferals are still out there, waiting to kill the next poor fool who comes along. Damn shame, that.{Question} Where did you say these ghouls were?Cassie: National Park campground. It's pretty much straight west of here.Y1a
1176DLC03FarHarborFF01CassieScene2Mirelurks0102503E{Confident / Confident} I wiped out the Feral Ghouls at the campground.Cassie: The hero of our saga returns triumphant! Hah! I bet the island didn't see that coming!A
11770102F156Cassie: You'd never want something awful to happen to them. Nobody would. That's why it broke my heart when I lost Grandpa George.{Sympathetic / Sad} I'm sorry. You must have been very fond of him.Cassie: Everybody was, but that didn't matter to the island, oh no. He was cursed the moment he was born a Dalton.A1a
11780102F155Cassie: You'd never want something awful to happen to them. Nobody would. That's why it broke my heart when I lost Grandpa George.{Unsympathetic. You lost your spouse and possibly also your son / Irritated} We've all lost someone. You deal with it and you move on. That's life.Cassie: Well we haven't all lost someone like Grandpa George, I can promise you that. A kinder and braver man has never walked these streets.B1a
11790102F153Cassie: You'd never want something awful to happen to them. Nobody would. That's why it broke my heart when I lost Grandpa George.{Question} What happened to him?Y1a
11800102F14DCassie: It's only right you get paid for your troubles. Here's 200 caps for you.{Polite / Friendly} I wasn't looking to get paid. I'm just happy to help you out.Cassie: You're a good person, I can see that.A1a
11810102F14CCassie: It's only right you get paid for your troubles. Here's 200 caps for you.{Annoyed, feeling worth more than this / Irritated} Come on, that's barely pocket change.Cassie: Well, the real treasure's waiting for you at the end of the story, but we haven't got to that yet.B1a
11820102F14BCassie: It's only right you get paid for your troubles. Here's 200 caps for you.{Politely asking for more money / Friendly} I think I deserve more than that.Cassie: I suppose I could part with a little more. Here's another 100 caps.X1a
11830102F14ACassie: It's only right you get paid for your troubles. Here's 200 caps for you.{Ready for the next mission / Confident} So, who else needs to be avenged?Cassie: Well, I'm glad you asked.Y1a
118401025F58Cassie: If you can take out that shell-backed devil, it'll send a message loud and clear that says the Daltons never forget when they've been wronged!{Confident / Confident} The Fog Crawler at the farm? It's already dead.Cassie: That's the spirit!A1a
1185Cassie: If you can take out that shell-backed devil, it'll send a message loud and clear that says the Daltons never forget when they've been wronged!{Ready to get revenge / Confident} That Fog Crawler's going to pay. For Grandpa George!Cassie: That's the spirit!A2a
118601025F57Cassie: If you can take out that shell-backed devil, it'll send a message loud and clear that says the Daltons never forget when they've been wronged!{Talking to a crazy woman / Irritated} This is nonsense. The island isn't out to get you. It's just earth and rock.Cassie: Hah! That's the same mistake everyone makes! It lulls you into a false sense of security, and just when you let your guard down, bam! It strikes!B1a
118701025F56Cassie: If you can take out that shell-backed devil, it'll send a message loud and clear that says the Daltons never forget when they've been wronged!{Sarcastic / Sarcastic} You're not really expecting me to avenge every single family member you've ever lost, are you?Cassie: Nope, only the ones the island killed.X1a
118801025F55Cassie: If you can take out that shell-backed devil, it'll send a message loud and clear that says the Daltons never forget when they've been wronged!{Question} Where can I find this farm?Cassie: Follow the coastline to the north.Y1a
1189DLC03FarHarborFF01CassieScene3Trappers0102503E{Confident} Grandpa George can rest in peace. The Fog Crawler is dead.Cassie: Wonderful! That's another chapter successfully concluded. You truly are the heroic avenger I hoped you were.A
11900102F144Cassie: And here's another 200 caps in gratitude for your service to the great Dalton lineage.{Polite / Friendly} Really, it's no trouble.Cassie: Well I hope you know how much it means to me that Grandpa George can finally rest in peace.A1a
11910102F143Cassie: And here's another 200 caps in gratitude for your service to the great Dalton lineage.{Annoyed, you're worth more / Irritated} I'll try not to feel insulted by such a small amount.Cassie: Well I've got something special in store that'll make it all worthwhile, I promise.B1a
11920102F142Cassie: And here's another 200 caps in gratitude for your service to the great Dalton lineage.{Asking for money in a friendly manner / Friendly} Surely a heroic avenger deserves more than 200 caps.Cassie: I can agree to that. Here's another 100 caps.X1a
11930102F141Cassie: And here's another 200 caps in gratitude for your service to the great Dalton lineage.{Curious / Question} Who else needs to be avenged?Cassie: I was just about to explain.Y1a
11940102F13CCassie: That's why the last part of this tale is the hardest one for me to tell.{sad, you watched your spouse get murdered / Sad} Believe me, I know exactly how you feel.Cassie: If that's true, then I'm sorry to hear it. Perhaps we'll confront our pain together.A1a
11950102F13BCassie: That's why the last part of this tale is the hardest one for me to tell.{Flash of anger, old wound re-opened / Angry} Don't expect me to feel sorry for you. I had to watch helplessly while my wife was murdered.Cassie: I see. I've opened an old wound. I'll just get on with the story, then.B1a
11960102F13ACassie: That's why the last part of this tale is the hardest one for me to tell.{Getting a little impatient, want to move things along / Neutral} I take it this is the next chapter of the story.Cassie: It's the final chapter, in fact.X1a
11970102F139Cassie: That's why the last part of this tale is the hardest one for me to tell.{Concern, sympathy / Concerned} You were married? What happened?Y1a
119801025F4DCassie: You go get that son of a bitch. You make him pay for doing the island's bidding!{Confident / Confident} The Trapper leader at the lighthouse is already dead.Cassie: Alright then.A1a
1199Cassie: You go get that son of a bitch. You make him pay for doing the island's bidding!{Confident, ready for revenge / Confident} I'll make that trapper pay.Cassie: Alright then.A2a
120001025F4CCassie: You go get that son of a bitch. You make him pay for doing the island's bidding!{Irritated that you keep getting asked to do stuff / Irritated} Fine, but after this, I want payment and then I'm done.Cassie: Of course, of course. This is the end, the final chapter. Once you've done this, the last Dalton will be avenged.B1a
120101025F4BCassie: You go get that son of a bitch. You make him pay for doing the island's bidding!{Sarcastic / Sarcastic} Wait, did you just call someone else crazy? That is priceless.Cassie: What? I don't get your meaning. Eh, never mind that.X1a
120201025F4ACassie: You go get that son of a bitch. You make him pay for doing the island's bidding!{Question} How do I get to the Brooke's Head lighthouse?Cassie: It's southwest of town, not far from the quarry.Y1a
1203DLC03FarHarborFF01CassieScene4Conclude0102503E{Confident / Confident} That Trapper who killed your husband is dead.Cassie: Then it's done. It's finally done.A
120401025F43Cassie: The final chapter's been written. The story has come to an end. This is a day I never thought I'd live to see. Thank you.{Warm, reassuring / Friendly} I was glad to help. I hope I've put your mind at ease.Cassie: You certainly have.A1a
120501025F42Cassie: The final chapter's been written. The story has come to an end. This is a day I never thought I'd live to see. Thank you.{Impatient, mean / Irritated} I'm less interested in your family revenge story than I am in getting paid.Cassie: I see. Well, you're a stranger to our island. Can't expect you to really understand what's important here.B1a
120601025F41Cassie: The final chapter's been written. The story has come to an end. This is a day I never thought I'd live to see. Thank you.{Making a joke, sarcastic / Sarcastic} I'm just glad it's over. If I'd have kept going, there wouldn't be anything left alive on this island.Cassie: I have no cause to doubt you.X1a
120701025F40Cassie: The final chapter's been written. The story has come to an end. This is a day I never thought I'd live to see. Thank you.{Suspicious, skeptical / Suspicious} I found a holotape from the last guy you sent to the lighthouse. He thought your whole story was a lie. Is it?Cassie: A lie? No, no. It was true, or at least, there was truth in it. Was there a little harmless exaggeration as well? Perhaps.Y1a
1208Cassie: The final chapter's been written. The story has come to an end. This is a day I never thought I'd live to see. Thank you.{Concern / Question} Now that you're family's been avenged, why stay? If you think you're in danger from the island, maybe you should leave.Cassie: A lie? No, no. It was true, or at least, there was truth in it. Was there a little harmless exaggeration as well? Perhaps.Y2a

DLC03FarHarborFF02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1209DLC03FarHarborFF02_AveryScene1Intro0102F4FAAvery: I wouldn't ask a stranger to stick their neck out on our behalf unless I was willing to pay a fair share for it.{Confident / Confident} Alright, I'll head out there now.Avery: Good. Our water supply won't last much longer.A1a
12100102F4F9Avery: I wouldn't ask a stranger to stick their neck out on our behalf unless I was willing to pay a fair share for it.{Standoffish / Irritated} I'm not making any promises. I'm not a mechanic.Avery: It's not a complicated repair, just installing some replacement components. Believe me, if Howard can do it, anyone can.B1a
12110102F4F8Avery: I wouldn't ask a stranger to stick their neck out on our behalf unless I was willing to pay a fair share for it.{Question} Am I going to need any tools or parts if I have to make these repairs on my own?Avery: The Fog Condensers need their power modules replaced, but Howard took the only spares we had.X1a
12120102F4F7Avery: I wouldn't ask a stranger to stick their neck out on our behalf unless I was willing to pay a fair share for it.{Curious / Question} What exactly are these Fog Condensers? How do they work?Avery: Well, I'm no engineer, but the way it was explained to me, each Fog Condenser pulls in the air around it and then condenses it into liquid.Y1a
121301023AE5Avery: But I've got a responsibility to these people, and I have a job for you if you're up for it. Besides, I know you're tougher than you look.{Friendly / Friendly} I'm happy to help with anything I can.Avery: If you say so.A1a
121401023AE4Avery: But I've got a responsibility to these people, and I have a job for you if you're up for it. Besides, I know you're tougher than you look.{Impatient / Irritated} Quit wasting my time and just tell me what you need.Avery: Right, right.B1a
121501023AE3Avery: But I've got a responsibility to these people, and I have a job for you if you're up for it. Besides, I know you're tougher than you look.{Impatient / Neutral} Just tell me the problem.X1a
121601023AE2Avery: But I've got a responsibility to these people, and I have a job for you if you're up for it. Besides, I know you're tougher than you look.{Question} What exactly do you need help with?Y1a
1217DLC03FarHarborFF02_AveryScene2Complete01023AF4{Confident / Confident} Those Fog Condensers are back online.Avery: Good. Our water supply was starting to get low. Wasn't sure how much longer we could hold out.A
121201023ADAAvery: Did you... find Howard?{Impressed by someone's heroism / Confident} He died trying to get those condensers fixed. The man is a hero.Avery: Yes... yes he is. I'll make sure we remember him as such.A1a
121901023AD9Avery: Did you... find Howard?{Cold, you don't care / Sarcastic} He's mirelurk food.Avery: I should never have let him go out there alone.B1a
122001023AD8Avery: Did you... find Howard?{Somber / Somber} He didn't make it.Avery: I should never have let him go out there alone.X1a
122101023AD7Avery: Did you... find Howard?{Somber / Somber} Is there a next of kin? If so, you should notify them.Avery: I should never have let him go out there alone.Y1a
122201023AD0Avery: Well, I said it was paying work. Two hundred caps should be enough.{Friendly / Friendly} Thanks. Glad I could help you out.Avery: That makes two of us.A1a
122301023ACFAvery: Well, I said it was paying work. Two hundred caps should be enough.{Irritated / Irritated} That's it? What a waste of time.Avery: We're not rich here. It was hard enough scraping that much together.B1a
122401023ACEAvery: Well, I said it was paying work. Two hundred caps should be enough.{Trying to persuade for more money / Neutral} Captain, nobody's going to want to help you out unless you're prepared to pay a fair wage.Avery: Well, I can't argue with that. I suppose I could spare a little more. I can give you 250 caps.X1a
1225Avery: Well, I said it was paying work. Two hundred caps should be enough.{Feeling shorted, annoyed / Irritated} Keeping everyone supplied with water is worth a lot more than that.Avery: Well, I can't argue with that. I suppose I could spare a little more. I can give you 250 caps.X2a
1226Avery: Well, I said it was paying work. Two hundred caps should be enough.{Annoyed that you're not being paid enough / Irritated} Howard Dunbar died trying to get this job done. His life was sure as hell worth more than that, and so is mine.Avery: Well, I can't argue with that. I suppose I could spare a little more. I can give you 250 caps.X3a
122701023ACDAvery: Well, I said it was paying work. Two hundred caps should be enough.{Polite / Question} Is there anything else I can do to help?Avery: Don't know if you've chatted up the Mariner but she's always looking for help.Y1a
1228DLC03FarHarborFF02_PlayerSceneCorpse0102F4F6{Said to yourself, quiet, almost under your breath... a note of sadness for Howard / Sad} Looks like Howard didn't make it. I'll have to repair the Fog Condensers myself.A1a

DLC03FarHarborFF03aEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1229DLC03FarHarborFF03a_100_Intro0100AA34Mariner: They call me the Mariner, shipwright, handyman, and the only one keeping the Harbor afloat. Well, besides Captain Avery.{Friendly} The town's lucky you're here.Mariner: You blowing smoke up my sails? Bah. But there is...A1a
12300100AA33Mariner: They call me the Mariner, shipwright, handyman, and the only one keeping the Harbor afloat. Well, besides Captain Avery.{Irritated} You have an awfully high opinion of yourself.Mariner: No sin in knowing you're own worth.B1a
1231Mariner: They call me the Mariner, shipwright, handyman, and the only one keeping the Harbor afloat. Well, besides Captain Avery.{Confident} For helping you out, I expect some... appreciation. In the form of caps.Mariner: No sin in knowing you're own worth.B2a
12320100AA32Mariner: They call me the Mariner, shipwright, handyman, and the only one keeping the Harbor afloat. Well, besides Captain Avery.A pleasure to meet you.Mariner: Likewise. I hope the island doesn't kill you quick. Or slow for that matter.X1a
12330100AA31Mariner: They call me the Mariner, shipwright, handyman, and the only one keeping the Harbor afloat. Well, besides Captain Avery.{Question} Why doesn't anyone help you?Mariner: Each Harborman is the captain of his own ship.Y1a
1234Mariner: They call me the Mariner, shipwright, handyman, and the only one keeping the Harbor afloat. Well, besides Captain Avery.{Question} If it's that bad, why put up with it?Mariner: Each Harborman is the captain of his own ship.Y2a
12350100AA2AMariner: And they won't be easy to come by. 450 caps if you can, though.Sign me up, I'll help.Mariner: Eagle's Cove Tannery. Tools are certain to be there. Now git.A1a
12360100AA29Mariner: And they won't be easy to come by. 450 caps if you can, though.I'll take a pass.Mariner: If the bleeding Harbormen won't lift a finger, too much to hope a Mainlander would.B1a
12370100AA28Mariner: And they won't be easy to come by. 450 caps if you can, though.{SPEECH CHALLENGE / Confident} So I'd be risking my life for only 450 caps?Mariner: *sigh* I'm a bit short on caps... But I have Old Jimmy's shotgun, I can give you.X1a
12380100AA27Mariner: And they won't be easy to come by. 450 caps if you can, though.{Question} You've kept the walls together this long, why do you need special tools now?Mariner: I want to build the Hull up proper. Make it strong.Y1a
1239DLC03FarHarborFF03a_200_MacheteMike01045F9FMacheteMike: You even know what you got right there? A premium set of Pelmen's Power Tools.{Thinking} I remember commercials for Pelmen's tools. Expensive stuff but top of the line.MacheteMike: What the hell's a commercial? Wait, it don't matter.A1a
124001045F9EMacheteMike: You even know what you got right there? A premium set of Pelmen's Power Tools.{Irritated} I really don't care what these are.MacheteMike: Wait. So you're not salvagin' them? Oh...B1a
124101045F9DMacheteMike: You even know what you got right there? A premium set of Pelmen's Power Tools.With the shape of the world right now, tools like this are useful.MacheteMike: Exactly. You got it. Wait...X1a
124201045F9CMacheteMike: You even know what you got right there? A premium set of Pelmen's Power Tools.{Question} What's the big deal about these tools?MacheteMike: Pelmen's pumps out more foot pounds of torque than a Deathclaw on Psycho.Y1a
124301045F94MacheteMike: I'll pay you 2000 caps right here, right now. Deal?We have a deal.MacheteMike: Here you go, just like we promised. Ha! I got myself some Pelmen's.A1a
124401045F93MacheteMike: I'll pay you 2000 caps right here, right now. Deal?I'll pass on the offer.MacheteMike: I ain't hanging around forever. Walk away from this, and you'll regret it.B1a
124501045F92MacheteMike: I'll pay you 2000 caps right here, right now. Deal?{SPEECH CHALLENGE - sales banter back / Confident} Tools in condition like this... They're positively unique. Maybe I should auction them off someplace.MacheteMike: *groan* 2750. Say yes now before I change my mind.X1a
124601045F91MacheteMike: I'll pay you 2000 caps right here, right now. Deal?{Question} Why do you need the tools so much?MacheteMike: I got my own special projects. For the caps I'm payin', that's all you need to know.Y1a
1247DLC03FarHarborFF03a_300_TurnIn01045F8CDLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?I sold those tools to Machete Mike.Mariner: That silver-tongued devil. We had a deal. Well, it's good to know your worth. Leave!A1a
1248DLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?Here are your tools.Mariner: That silver-tongued devil. We had a deal. Well, it's good to know your worth. Leave!A2a
1249DLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?I'll find them for you soon.Mariner: That silver-tongued devil. We had a deal. Well, it's good to know your worth. Leave!A3a
125001045F8BDLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?Those tools were worth a fortune. And you were trying to rip me off.Mariner: *groan* Machete Mike got to you, did he? Some things are worth more than caps.B1a
1251DLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?I haven't found them yet.Mariner: *groan* Machete Mike got to you, did he? Some things are worth more than caps.B2a
125201045F8ADLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?I'm not going to keep looking for your tools.Mariner: The tannery's full of dangers, no doubt. Might be this is for the best.X1a
1253DLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?Goodbye.Mariner: The tannery's full of dangers, no doubt. Might be this is for the best.X2a
125401045F89DLC03FemaleMariner: You been to the tannery? You find my tools yet?{Question} Can you tell me about the tannery?Mariner: A man named Pauly used to camp there. Very handy fellow.Y1a

DLC03FarHarborFF03bEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1255DLC03FarHarborFF03b_100_QuestAccepted0100AECDMariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.Those Trappers at the Azalea have already been dealt with.Mariner: What? Well, of course you have. Why not? Ha.A1a
1256Mariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.One cargo freighter coming up.Mariner: What? Well, of course you have. Why not? Ha.A2a
12570100AECCMariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.Just a little bit of overkill.Mariner: A charging Fog Crawler packs a lot of force. A thick sheet of reinforced steel still may not be enough, but it's a good start.B1a
12580100AECBMariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.Sounds like a really good plan.X1a
12590100AECAMariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.{Question} Why does it need to be soon?Mariner: I... That's not a matter for you. Just... The Hull needs fixing.Y1a
1260Mariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.{Player helped her out, leaning on that / Friendly} C'mon, I'm one of the few people that helps out around here. So why the time pressure?Mariner: I... That's not a matter for you. Just... The Hull needs fixing.Y2a
1261Mariner: Best to do it soon... Before... Well, soon.{SPEECH CHALLENGE / Confident} Just answer a simple question and maybe I'll help.Mariner: I... That's not a matter for you. Just... The Hull needs fixing.Y3a
1262DLC03FarHarborFF03b_100a_MarinersStory01048021Mariner: So it's best to get her ready before then.{Sad} I have no idea what you're going through. If there's any way I can help.Mariner: I... I've shed my fill of tears on this.A1a
126301048020Mariner: So it's best to get her ready before then.{Nervous} That's more than I wanted to know.Mariner: Well, you won't hear anything about it again. So let's keep it all business-like.B1a
12640104801FMariner: So it's best to get her ready before then.I don't know what to say.Mariner: Nothing to be said. But there's things to do.X1a
12650104801EMariner: So it's best to get her ready before then.{Question} Is there really no cure?Mariner: Even in the old days, plenty of diseases were never beat. And this... well...Y1a
1266DLC03FarHarborFF03b_300_TurnIn0100AED6The MS Azalea is good to go.Mariner: I'll send the work crew over.A
126701048017Mariner: For the life of me, I don't know why I even told you in the first place.{Friendly} Your friends would want to help you. Spend time with you before the end.Mariner: *chuckle* You don't know my "friends" very well.A1a
126801048016Mariner: For the life of me, I don't know why I even told you in the first place.Many diseases are brutal in the final stages. Before it gets bad... It might be best to end it.Mariner: I've... thought of that. Figured throwing myself on one last adventure.B1a
126901048015Mariner: For the life of me, I don't know why I even told you in the first place.Leaving might be best. Let the Harbor remember you as you were... Not like you'll become.Mariner: Yes. It's why I want to leave one last thing for them. Before I sail away.X1a
127001048014Mariner: For the life of me, I don't know why I even told you in the first place.It's a big decision. I'm sure if you listen to your heart, you'll know what to do.Mariner: When you're staring at the certainty of end of days. Clarity...Y1a

DLC03FarHarborFF03cEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1271DLC03FarHarborFF03c_100_QuestAccept010203AAMariner: Hull's got plenty of stopping power now. But if a Mirelurk Queen went for a frontal assault...I'd like to help if I can.Mariner: I had a feeling I could count on you.A1a
1272010203A9Mariner: Hull's got plenty of stopping power now. But if a Mirelurk Queen went for a frontal assault...{Total overkill / Irritated} Jeez. When's the wall going to be strong enough for you?Mariner: Defense is one of those things you don't need until you do.B1a
1273010203A8Mariner: Hull's got plenty of stopping power now. But if a Mirelurk Queen went for a frontal assault...I'm not sure anything could stop a Queen on a rampage.Mariner: Might be right, that, but I had an idea...X1a
1274010203A7Mariner: Hull's got plenty of stopping power now. But if a Mirelurk Queen went for a frontal assault...{Delicate - asking someone who has cancer how they're feeling / Question} How are you doing? Are you feeling well?Mariner: For the love of... This is why I didn't want to tell no one.Y1a
1275Mariner: Hull's got plenty of stopping power now. But if a Mirelurk Queen went for a frontal assault...{Question} Has a Queen ever attacked here?Mariner: For the love of... This is why I didn't want to tell no one.Y2a
12760102039EMariner: Then I'll reinforce the town as best as I'm able.{Grateful} Far Harbor really owes you for all this.Mariner: Yes and no. It's my dock people are squatting on.A1a
12770102039DMariner: Then I'll reinforce the town as best as I'm able.I'm not going to make any promises.Mariner: Well, if you get around to it - all the better. If not, understood. Good luck either way.B1a
12780102039CMariner: Then I'll reinforce the town as best as I'm able.Mirelurk Carapaces. Got it.Mariner: Best of luck to you.X1a
12790102039BMariner: Then I'll reinforce the town as best as I'm able.{Question} Where's a good hunting spot for Mirelurks?Mariner: Crabs are crawling all over the island along the coast.Y1a
1280DLC03FarHarborFF03c_300_QuestTurnIn010203B2I got your Mirelurk carapaces.Mariner: Finally, it's done. Everything that can be welded, duct taped, or super glued to the damn dock's all there.A
1281010207D1Mariner: Feels like I can finally sit a spell and relax. Take this. It's well earned.{Friendly} Enjoy the break, Mariner.Mariner: I wonder how long before some sad sap gets a splinter in their wee toe and it's up to me to fix it.A1a
1282010207D0Mariner: Feels like I can finally sit a spell and relax. Take this. It's well earned.{Irritated} Good. I'm sick of repairing the damned Hull.Mariner: *chuckle* You and me both, mainlander. Take care.B1a
1283010207CFMariner: Feels like I can finally sit a spell and relax. Take this. It's well earned.{Good ol' sarcasm / Amused} You sure you're done? It could use a moat. Some alligators. Maybe an orbital defense laser.Mariner: Oh, aren't we just a riot. We're done, mainlander.X1a
1284010207CEMariner: Feels like I can finally sit a spell and relax. Take this. It's well earned.{Question} So what're you planning next?Mariner: Been far too long since I've taken to the sea... It calls me.Y1a
1285DLC03FarHarborFF03c _300b_TrueMarinerEnding0104866DMariner: So many dead from the Fog, the crabs, or whatever. And I just keep wonderin' how many good weeks I have left. Three? Four? Two?{Concerned} You should take it easy.Mariner: As long as I got the strength, I can't waste it. And to think...A1a
12860104866CMariner: So many dead from the Fog, the crabs, or whatever. And I just keep wonderin' how many good weeks I have left. Three? Four? Two?I just want to stay out of this.Mariner: I feel a fool for burdening you after you've helped so much.B1a
12870104866BMariner: So many dead from the Fog, the crabs, or whatever. And I just keep wonderin' how many good weeks I have left. Three? Four? Two?You should treasure every minute. Leave it all on the table.Mariner: It's hard. Things that used to bring me joy... Taste like ash. I remember the way things were.X1a
12880104866AMariner: So many dead from the Fog, the crabs, or whatever. And I just keep wonderin' how many good weeks I have left. Three? Four? Two?{Question} Are you in any pain?Mariner: Doc's given me somethin' to treat most of the symptoms.Y1a
128901048662Mariner: Don't they realize that all the bickering for just a little bit more is a waste of breath?{Concerned} When times get tough, a community should come together.Mariner: I used to think the Captain was an idealistic fool. But on this side of the road...A1a
129001048661Mariner: Don't they realize that all the bickering for just a little bit more is a waste of breath?There's nothing inherently wrong with protecting your own interests.Mariner: It's all a jumble for me. You might be right. *sigh*B1a
129101048660Mariner: Don't they realize that all the bickering for just a little bit more is a waste of breath?I don't think it's that black and white.Mariner: Nothing ever is. *sigh*X1a
12920104865FMariner: Don't they realize that all the bickering for just a little bit more is a waste of breath?{Question} Isn't there some way we could make things better?Mariner: Figured I'd bequeath my land to everyone. I think we've lived alone on this island too long.Y1a

DLC03FarHarborM01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1293DLC03FarHarborM01_100_Intto0100A9B0TeddyWright: I got to ask: Why do you keep at it?{Confident} You're good people in some dire straits. Figured you could use a hand.TeddyWright: Huh? *chuckle* You running for office? If that's the truth, we don't deserve you.A1a
12940100A9AFTeddyWright: I got to ask: Why do you keep at it?{Irritated} I think I'm done helping you guys.TeddyWright: Well, hold on now. There's reasons for people's... color.B1a
12950100A9AETeddyWright: I got to ask: Why do you keep at it?I help mainly for the caps.TeddyWright: Huh? What? Caps, eh? Make some money and help at the same time. Respectable.X1a
12960100A9ADTeddyWright: I got to ask: Why do you keep at it?{Question} Does it really matter?TeddyWright: I suppose not.Y1a
12970100A9A4TeddyWright: But there's a way - a downright insane way, mind - that you can turn even the most stubborn fool around.I'd love to change their opinion of me.TeddyWright: Do it right, and all mainlanders might get treated better.A1a
12980100A9A3TeddyWright: But there's a way - a downright insane way, mind - that you can turn even the most stubborn fool around.I'm not interested.TeddyWright: Prudent. But, if you change your mind... The Harbor needs you, even if they're too stupid to realize it.B1a
12990100A9A2TeddyWright: But there's a way - a downright insane way, mind - that you can turn even the most stubborn fool around.I'll hear you out.X1a
13000100A9A1TeddyWright: But there's a way - a downright insane way, mind - that you can turn even the most stubborn fool around.{Question} Why are some Harbormen so hostile to outsiders?TeddyWright: Most of the folk on this rock believe they've been given the God given right to walk here.Y1a
13010100A999TeddyWright: You do this, well, you won't be made Captain - but you'll earn respect. Everyone's respect.{Confident} I'm ready to be become a legend, then.TeddyWright: You what? Ha! You crack me up.A1a
13020100A998TeddyWright: You do this, well, you won't be made Captain - but you'll earn respect. Everyone's respect.{Nervous} I'm not sure about this.TeddyWright: I'd think you were a fool if you were. But... if you want to do it.B1a
13030100A997TeddyWright: You do this, well, you won't be made Captain - but you'll earn respect. Everyone's respect.{Question} Why are you helping me?TeddyWright: My job is to heal people. And not just from the physical type of injuries.X1a
13040100A996TeddyWright: You do this, well, you won't be made Captain - but you'll earn respect. Everyone's respect.{Question} So if we throw this... dance it'll really change their minds?TeddyWright: The Dance hasn't been done in living memory. Some people think the tradition is dead.Y1a
1305DLC03FarHarborM01_500b_TurnIn0100F0C2TeddyWright: I expect folk will be more talkative now, might even have some more work for you. Maybe hit up Mitch at the Last Plank.{Friendly} Seriously, thanks, Teddy.TeddyWright: You are the most peculiar main... person, I've ever had the occasion to meet.A1a
13060100F0C1TeddyWright: I expect folk will be more talkative now, might even have some more work for you. Maybe hit up Mitch at the Last Plank.{Irritated} Haven't I helped enough?TeddyWright: Wha-What? *chuckle* Hell, I got no idea why you've done half the things you do.B1a
13070100F0C0TeddyWright: I expect folk will be more talkative now, might even have some more work for you. Maybe hit up Mitch at the Last Plank.{Question} Have any leads on a paying gig?TeddyWright: What? Why yes, Mitch, he owns the Last Plank. I think his family is in a spot of trouble.X1a
13080100F0BFTeddyWright: I expect folk will be more talkative now, might even have some more work for you. Maybe hit up Mitch at the Last Plank.{Question} You need anything else, Teddy?TeddyWright: Ha! You just don't quit. No, no I don't need a damned thing. Ha.Y1a

DLC03FarHarborM03Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1309DLC03FarHarborM03_TurnIn0104E77FAvery: But now we've taken back homesteads. People are finally coming together. And all of it... it's all because of you.{Friendly} I just wanted to help my friends.Avery: We don't deserve you. Sincerely.A1a
13100104E77EAvery: But now we've taken back homesteads. People are finally coming together. And all of it... it's all because of you.{A little tongue in cheek / Amused} What can I say, you guys pay well.Avery: Then that's caps well spent.B1a
13110104E77DAvery: But now we've taken back homesteads. People are finally coming together. And all of it... it's all because of you.Well, you're welcome.X1a
13120104E77CAvery: But now we've taken back homesteads. People are finally coming together. And all of it... it's all because of you.You give me too much credit.Avery: Hardly. With all you've done... Including the Captain's Dance. I guarantee you, generations from now we'll still talk about you.Y1a

DLC03FarHarborS01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1313DLC03FarHarborS01_100_QuestIntro0100AA19Mitch: Here's a round on the house.{Friendly} That's awfully friendly of you.Mitch: We have mainlanders coming in and out all the time. Worst of the lot are thieves or murderers.A1a
13140100AA18Mitch: Here's a round on the house.I'll pass.Mitch: Next you're going to tell me you faced the Queen sober. Ha!B1a
13150100AA17Mitch: Here's a round on the house.Thanks.Mitch: Least I can do.X1a
13160100AA16Mitch: Here's a round on the house.{Question} What's your beef with Avery?Mitch: Avery was born on the island, but she left for a good long spell.Y1a
1317Mitch: Here's a round on the house.{Question} What did you think of me before?Mitch: Avery was born on the island, but she left for a good long spell.Y2a
13180100AA0EWaitress: Ma'am. Mitch's too damned proud. But we're worried about Uncle Ken.{Concerned} If my family was in trouble, I'd do anything to help them.Waitress: You hear that, Mitch? Even someone like her would ask for help.A1a
13190100AA0DWaitress: Ma'am. Mitch's too damned proud. But we're worried about Uncle Ken.{Irritated} For Pete's sake, pride is going to be the death of you lot.Waitress: Captain's been saying that for years. Certainly his uncle's in need.B1a
13200100AA0CWaitress: Ma'am. Mitch's too damned proud. But we're worried about Uncle Ken.I don't want to intrude on anything personal.Waitress: Don't believe any of that family business garbage. Mitch needs you.X1a
13210100AA0BWaitress: Ma'am. Mitch's too damned proud. But we're worried about Uncle Ken.{Question} What's wrong with his uncle?Y1a
13220100AA00Mitch: And find some way to drag his hide back here? I'll pay, of course.I'll look for your uncle.Mitch: His homestead's the old Visitor's Center inland. And look out, he loves his traps.A1a
13230100A9FFMitch: And find some way to drag his hide back here? I'll pay, of course.No promises I'll get to it.Mitch: His homestead's the old Visitor's Center inland. And look out, he loves his traps.B1a
13240100A9FEMitch: And find some way to drag his hide back here? I'll pay, of course.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying to negotiate / Confident} The island's dangerous. My services won't come cheap.Mitch: *groan* If you look into it, I can throw some supplies in. To help in the Fog.X1a
13250100A9FDMitch: And find some way to drag his hide back here? I'll pay, of course.{Question} What if he won't come back?Mitch: Then at least check up on him, right? I'll pay the same regardless.Y1a
1326DLC03FarHarborS01_200_FoundUncleKen0100A9F6UncleKen: Unless you're ready for the Long Walk - go away!{Calm down / Apologetic} Take it easy, Uncle Ken. Mitch sent me.A1a
13270100A9F5UncleKen: Unless you're ready for the Long Walk - go away!{Irritated} Yeah, Mitch warned me you were crazy.B1a
13280100A9F4UncleKen: Unless you're ready for the Long Walk - go away!Your nephew's worried about you. He sent me.X1a
13290100A9F3UncleKen: Unless you're ready for the Long Walk - go away!{Surprised / Surprised} You killed them all? By yourself?UncleKen: What? Just because I'm an old man you don't think I can protect myself. Wrong!Y1a
13300100A9E9UncleKen: They're coming. They're coming!Then let's work together.UncleKen: *groan* Fine.A1a
13310100A9E8UncleKen: They're coming. They're coming!{Irritated} What the? This isn't my fault.UncleKen: You tromping around, making noise. There's a whole ecosystem here, and you've kicked it.B1a
13320100A9E7UncleKen: They're coming. They're coming!What's the plan, Uncle Ken?UncleKen: *quick exhale* Let me think...X1a
13330100A9E6UncleKen: They're coming. They're coming!{Question} What? What's coming?UncleKen: Who knows this time.Y1a
1334DLC03FarHarborS01_400_PostDefense0100A9DDUncleKen: Before you attract more of them.{Friendly} Stay safe, Uncle Ken.UncleKen: Yes, very safe. Now leave.A1a
13350100A9DCUncleKen: Before you attract more of them.{Serious / Concerned} Stay here and you're going to be taking that "Long Walk" yourself.UncleKen: Yes, walking's good for you. Now go.B1a
13360100A9DBUncleKen: Before you attract more of them.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - pleading / Pleading} Mitch sent me to bring you home. Safely. Please go to Far Harbor.UncleKen: This is my home. And what? You want me to huddle like a beggar in Far Harbor.X1a
13370100A9DAUncleKen: Before you attract more of them.{Question} Why would you possibly stay here? It's dangerous.UncleKen: My family's lived here for seven generations. I will not disrespect their memory.Y1a
13380100A9BCPlayer Default: Yes, very safe. Now leave.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying to calm the crotchety old man / Confident} Just consider this a vacation. You'll come back later, when it's safe.UncleKen: You are so... persistent. Fine. You happy? You've chased me from my home.A1a
13390100A9BBPlayer Default: Yes, walking's good for you. Now go.{Irritated} It's your funeral, then.UncleKen: Good. I'll be the only one in attendance. Now go!B1a
13400100A9BAPlayer Default: I... I can't just leave.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - threat / Defiant} How about this. I'm not asking you, old man. I'm dragging you back.UncleKen: Oh fine, threaten an old man, big shot. I'll go back. You have my word.X1a
13410100A9B9Player Default: Why would you possibly stay here? It's dangerous.{Question} You have living family that cares about you. Are you just going to turn your back on him?UncleKen: I am an old man. I just want to live out my days on my land.Y1a
1342DLC03FarHarborS01_500a_KenReunion0100A9CEUncleKen: Did what? Chase me from my home? We should dump her in the Harbor.I probably saved your life.UncleKen: Yes, big hero.A1a
13430100A9CDUncleKen: Did what? Chase me from my home? We should dump her in the Harbor.{Irritated} You're a pain in the ass.UncleKen: You're no snowflake, either, mainlander.B1a
13440100A9CCUncleKen: Did what? Chase me from my home? We should dump her in the Harbor.Well, the job's done.UncleKen: Oh goodie, now I can live as a capless beggar. Thank you very much.X1a
13450100A9CBUncleKen: Did what? Chase me from my home? We should dump her in the Harbor.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying to mollify the old man / Question} You're really not grateful? You get to see your boy again.UncleKen: *sigh* It is good to see family again. He never visits or writes.Y1a
1346DLC03FarHarborS01_500b_WithoutKen0100AA25I found Uncle Ken. He's still alive, but he won't come back.Mitch: That... That's cause for celebration.A
13470100A9C6Mitch: He really is all right? Do you think he's safe?{Confident} He's a lot tougher than he looks.Mitch: Maybe I should see if any of the locals want a chance to homestead again.A1a
13480100A9C5Mitch: He really is all right? Do you think he's safe?If I hadn't been there, he'd be dead already.Mitch: Ornery and headstrong... Maybe I can see if any locals want a chance to homestead again.B1a
13490100A9C4Mitch: He really is all right? Do you think he's safe?His defenses were good. But it's a dangerous area.Mitch: Hmm... Maybe I can see if some of the locals want to homestead again.X1a
13500100A9C3Mitch: He really is all right? Do you think he's safe?{Question} Can we do anything to help him out?Mitch: If he's still clinging on, I might be able to convince a few locals to head his way.Y1a

DLC03FarHarborS02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1351DLC03FarHarborS02_100_QuestIntro0100AF10SmallBertha: I got 14 1/2 caps. I want to hire you.{Friendly} I may be able to help, but I don't want your caps.SmallBertha: They're right about you. What they say. But if you help, you'll get paid.A1a
13520100AF0FSmallBertha: I got 14 1/2 caps. I want to hire you.I have real problems to deal with, kid.SmallBertha: This ain't about some cat in a tree. A lot of us are starving at the end of the dock, we got no hope.B1a
1353SmallBertha: I got 14 1/2 caps. I want to hire you.My plate's full. You're on you're own.SmallBertha: This ain't about some cat in a tree. A lot of us are starving at the end of the dock, we got no hope.B2a
13540100AF0ESmallBertha: I got 14 1/2 caps. I want to hire you.{Amused} A whole 14 caps. And a half. I'm already planning my retirement.SmallBertha: I know it's nothing, but it's all I got.X1a
13550100AF0DSmallBertha: I got 14 1/2 caps. I want to hire you.{Question} I'll bite. What's the job?Y1a
13560100AF06SmallBertha: If you clear the land, Harbormen can wire up the Condensers. Make it safe from the Fog.{This little girl just formulated a very detailed important plan that could work - wow / Impressed} You know, you're quite a remarkable girl.SmallBertha: If you say so, I just don't want this pier to kill what's left of my kin.A1a
13570100AF05SmallBertha: If you clear the land, Harbormen can wire up the Condensers. Make it safe from the Fog.{Suspicious / Suspicious} So they send their 12 year old kid sister to negotiate this deal? You better not be pulling my leg.SmallBertha: They've given up. All ready to walk off that pier and put an end to it. I'm not.B1a
13580100AF04SmallBertha: If you clear the land, Harbormen can wire up the Condensers. Make it safe from the Fog.{Surprised / Surprised} That's a surprisingly grown up request.SmallBertha: The Fog's out to kill us all. Kids included.X1a
13590100AF03SmallBertha: If you clear the land, Harbormen can wire up the Condensers. Make it safe from the Fog.{Question} How do you know all of this?SmallBertha: My father was a mechanic. A good one. Before the Fog took him.Y1a
1360DLC03FarHarborS02_200_MalcolmOffer01049C75Malcolm: For what you done - you can leave. Leave before I need to go a-huntin' and kill.Some people in Far Harbor would like to settle here. Maybe you could share?Malcolm: Share? This is my land! Keep the outsiders away!A1a
136101049C74Malcolm: For what you done - you can leave. Leave before I need to go a-huntin' and kill.I'll go then.Malcolm: You leave me be. My land.B1a
136201049C73Malcolm: For what you done - you can leave. Leave before I need to go a-huntin' and kill.I was sent to claim the lumber mill for Far Harbor.Malcolm: This is my land! Keep the outsiders away!X1a
136301049C72Malcolm: For what you done - you can leave. Leave before I need to go a-huntin' and kill.{Question} Who are you?Malcolm: My name... My name... It's Malcolm. Malcolm. I own this land.Y1a
136401049C6AMalcolm: What do you say? Got caps. Make it worth your while.You give me the caps, and I'll send them over.Malcolm: Good, meat. Smart, meat. You can leave. Send everyone over. Hahaha.A1a
136501049C69Malcolm: What do you say? Got caps. Make it worth your while.{Firm, strident / Defiant} I won't be party to murder.Malcolm: Heh heh. Well, I got no use for you.B1a
136601049C68Malcolm: What do you say? Got caps. Make it worth your while.I'll let you keep your land, but I won't send anyone here to be ambushed.Malcolm: *groan* Leave. Don't come back. Leave!X1a
136701049C67Malcolm: What do you say? Got caps. Make it worth your while.{Question} You're going to eat them?Malcolm: I can tell you got a hungerin' for talking meat, too. But they are my meal.Y1a
1368DLC03FarHarborS02_300a_InitialBertha0100AF18I cleared the Lumber Mill for you.SmallBertha: We got to see the Captain.A
1369DLC03FarHarborS02_300b_BerthaMalcolm01049C61SmallBertha: People are getting anxious. A little... unstable.There's one survivor at the Lumber Mill. He's a trapper.SmallBertha: One Trapper. I... I think we can handle that.A1a
137001049C60SmallBertha: People are getting anxious. A little... unstable.It's not ready yet.SmallBertha: Please... hurry.B1a
137101049C5FSmallBertha: People are getting anxious. A little... unstable.{This is an EVIL LINE - the player is condemning a bunch of innocents to be eaten by a cannibal here. So there's a double meaning here.} The Lumber Mill's ready for you.SmallBertha: We got to see the Captain.X1a
137201049C5ESmallBertha: People are getting anxious. A little... unstable.{Question} Who owns the Lumber Mill?SmallBertha: No one any more. There was a family there. They didn't make it.Y1a
137301049C59Player Default: One Trapper. I... I think we can handle that.Maybe your friends can chase Malcolm off.SmallBertha: If he lets us, I promise we'll try. But, we got to see the Captain first.A1a
137401049C58Player Default: Please... hurry.Malcolm's dangerous. Aim to kill before he hurts anyone else.SmallBertha: We will. But first, time to see the Captain.B1a
137501049C57Player Default: We got to see the Captain.That's his home. He has a right to it.SmallBertha: So you're just leaving us to rot on the dock? For one lousy trapper?X1a
137601049C56Player Default: Who owns the Lumber Mill?{Question} Malcolm says he owns the Lumber Mill. Not you. Was he lying?SmallBertha: I... We thought he was dead. Been that long in the Fog...Y1a
1377DLC03FarHarborS02_350b_BigQuestTurnIn0100AEF0SmallBertha: The mainlander cleared out Echo Lake Lumber Mill.Whatever you're talking about isn't as important as what Bertha's got to say.A1a
13780100AEEFSmallBertha: The mainlander cleared out Echo Lake Lumber Mill.{Irritated} Yeah. For all of 14 caps.SmallBertha: Hey, you agreed to it. Too late to back out now.B1a
13790100AEEESmallBertha: The mainlander cleared out Echo Lake Lumber Mill.The mill's safe. For now, at least.SmallBertha: So we got to act fast.X1a
13800100AEEDSmallBertha: The mainlander cleared out Echo Lake Lumber Mill.{Question} Why are we even talking to the Captain about this?SmallBertha: She's got things we need.Y1a
13810100AEDETeddyWright: And thrive even.{Friendly} I can lend a hand, too.TeddyWright: You would? Then their odds are sure to be better.A1a
13820100AEDDTeddyWright: And thrive even.{Concerned} Anyone wanting to settle this island's crazy. It'll kill you.TeddyWright: It's been trying all my life. Hasn't done it yet.B1a
13830100AEDCTeddyWright: And thrive even.For the price of a few Condensers, you give people real hope. Sounds like a good deal to me.TeddyWright: And even if they don't make it, they go out with their heads held high.X1a
13840100AEDBTeddyWright: And thrive even.{Question} Could this really work?TeddyWright: I don't see why not. And even if it doesn't, instead of starving on a pier they die on their own land.Y1a

DLC03FarHarborS03Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1385DLC03FarHarborS03_100_QuestAccept01023A0EMariner: You ever get a gnawing in your belly to do something crazy? But reason and sense keep steering you clear?I like playing it safe.Mariner: Well, hear me out before you make your judgments, then.A1a
138601023A0DMariner: You ever get a gnawing in your belly to do something crazy? But reason and sense keep steering you clear?{Confident} The craziest ideas are usually the best.Mariner: *chuckle* Fortune favors the bold, and unbalanced, right?B1a
138701023A0CMariner: You ever get a gnawing in your belly to do something crazy? But reason and sense keep steering you clear?If you abandon your common sense it rarely turns out well.Mariner: That's good advice, but I don't think I can take it.X1a
138801023A0BMariner: You ever get a gnawing in your belly to do something crazy? But reason and sense keep steering you clear?{A hint of concern / Question} Are you alright? People with serious medical conditions sometimes make rash decisions.Mariner: It's nothing like that. I've been steeling myself to do this for years. Can't go putting it off any more, can I?Y1a
1389Mariner: You ever get a gnawing in your belly to do something crazy? But reason and sense keep steering you clear?{Question} What's on your mind?Mariner: It's nothing like that. I've been steeling myself to do this for years. Can't go putting it off any more, can I?Y2a
139001023A02Mariner: In their bones, they know there's something out there.For whatever it's worth, I believe you.Mariner: *sigh* Thank you.A1a
139101023A01Mariner: In their bones, they know there's something out there.{Suspicious} This whole "Red Death" sounds like bullshit to me.Mariner: Then there's no danger in looking for it, then.B1a
139201023A00Mariner: In their bones, they know there's something out there.I suppose the Red Death could exist.Mariner: Good. An open mind.X1a
1393010239FFMariner: In their bones, they know there's something out there.{Dubious / Question} Is there any evidence the Red Death is real?Mariner: When I was a little one, I went sailing with my aunt. Fog rolled in thick and fast.Y1a
1394010239ECMariner: I mean to hunt this Red Death. Are you with me?Count me in.Mariner: Bring whatever weapons of death and mass destruction you got.A1a
1395010239EBMariner: I mean to hunt this Red Death. Are you with me?I'm not interested, Mariner.Mariner: Well, I'll be here if you change your mind.B1a
1396010239EAMariner: I mean to hunt this Red Death. Are you with me?{FatherDeath} What's in it for me?Mariner: Listen, I've thrown every cap I have into the Hull. I'm close to beggared defending the Harbor.X1a
1397010239E9Mariner: I mean to hunt this Red Death. Are you with me?{Question} How do we go about this hunt?Mariner: No one's encountered the Red Death up close and lived. But many folk have seen its glow from afar.Y1a
1398DLC03FarHarborS03_150_AveryConfrontation010239D7CaptainAvery: Mainlander, if the Red Death's real... We can't afford to lose you both.With all I've seen and faced, this Red Death doesn't scare me.CaptainAvery: Don't say you haven't been warned.A1a
1399010239D6CaptainAvery: Mainlander, if the Red Death's real... We can't afford to lose you both.I'm having some second thoughts about this.CaptainAvery: Good, good. Now talk sense into the Mariner.B1a
1400010239D5CaptainAvery: Mainlander, if the Red Death's real... We can't afford to lose you both.Consider your warning delivered.CaptainAvery: If there's nothing I can say, good luck.X1a
1401010239D4CaptainAvery: Mainlander, if the Red Death's real... We can't afford to lose you both.{Question} Do you really think it's dangerous?CaptainAvery: Every now and again some fool goes hunting for the Red Death.Y1a
1402DLC03FarHarborS03_300_FoundRedDeath010239CDMariner: That? That's the Red Death?Looks like you achieved your goal. There it is.Mariner: My whole life I've been having nightmares about... a little mirelurk? *sigh*A1a
1403010239CCMariner: That? That's the Red Death?Yeah, yeah, let's get on with it.Mariner: Well, he's a menace... So he's got to be put down. But...B1a
1404010239CBMariner: That? That's the Red Death?{Sarcastic player - the threat is a tiny little crab / Amused} Think we can handle it? We could always call in the Marines.Mariner: Oh, ha ha.X1a
1405010239CAMariner: That? That's the Red Death?{Question} Are you sure this is it?Mariner: It's got to be... The red glowing eyes.Y1a
1406010239C3Mariner: Instead, if we tell the folk back at town, I'll be a laughing stock.It never pays to lie.Mariner: Easy for you to say, you don't have to live with those louts. *sigh*A1a
1407010239C2Mariner: Instead, if we tell the folk back at town, I'll be a laughing stock.Maybe we embellish a little. Or a lot. Make it the stuff of legends.Mariner: I have little stomach for it... But, it's better than the alternative.B1a
1408010239C1Mariner: Instead, if we tell the folk back at town, I'll be a laughing stock.We could just say we didn't find him.Mariner: If you'll back me up, I'm happy to do that.X1a
1409010239C0Mariner: Instead, if we tell the folk back at town, I'll be a laughing stock.{Question} Would it really be that big of a deal?Mariner: You've no idea how pig-headed and relentless Harbormen can be.Y1a
1410DLC03FarHarborS03_600_EndOfTheRoad01048653Mariner: But after the lies... It makes the decision even harder.{Said to a dying woman} Just concentrate on what you think's the right thing to do.Mariner: This was meant to be a final gesture while I still have strength.A1a
141101048652Mariner: But after the lies... It makes the decision even harder.What happened with the Red Death shouldn't change anything.Mariner: Well, I hope not. What's done is done.B1a
141201048651Mariner: But after the lies... It makes the decision even harder.{Said to a dying woman} It's never easy, is it?Mariner: And that's the truth.X1a
141301048650Mariner: But after the lies... It makes the decision even harder.{Question} So what's your plan?Mariner: I'm working on it.Y1a
14140104864AMariner: What's worth leaving behind?{Some gentleness / Somber} You can never go wrong helping your friends and family.Mariner: Certainly seems like the Harbor would still fall into the sea without me. But... *sigh*A1a
141501048649Mariner: What's worth leaving behind?{Somber} You're entitled to be a little selfish in the end.Mariner: I've given everything I have left to this town. It's got to be enough, right?B1a
141601048648Mariner: What's worth leaving behind?{Said lightly / Somber} This is your decision, Mariner.X1a
141701048647Mariner: What's worth leaving behind?{Somber} Do what you can to leave a legacy. Something to be remembered by.Mariner: I like the sound of that. *sigh*Y1a

DLC03KyeDialogueEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1418DLC03KyeDialogue_00101014110Intercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.I don't think any approved user is going to show up. You can either let me in, and you can keep waiting for eternity. Your choice.Intercom: Hmm... you actually make a really good point. Very well.A1a
14190101410FIntercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.I've got to go.Intercom: Oh. Very well.B1a
14200101410EIntercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.Who's approved to enter that room?Intercom: My biometric scanners have been calibrated for something called a prototype synth.X1a
14210101410DIntercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.{Question} Who or... what... are you?Intercom: My specification files list me as a computer simulation. An artificial intelligence.Y1a
1422Intercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.{Question} So your name is Kye? What's your story?Intercom: My specification files list me as a computer simulation. An artificial intelligence.Y2a
1423Intercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.{Question} What's a medical room doing here, anyway? This isn't a hospital.Intercom: My specification files list me as a computer simulation. An artificial intelligence.Y3a
1424Intercom: Re-scanning. User isn't approved to enter the medical containment area. Can't say I mind the company, though. It's been... a while.{Question} If you don't know, how can you tell if that room is even worth guarding?Intercom: My specification files list me as a computer simulation. An artificial intelligence.Y4a

DLC03MQ01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1425DLC03MQ01_001_CaseIntroScene0102C9F0NPCFElliePerkins: I'm glad you're here. We got a new case while you and Nick were out. Ready to put on the detective hat?{Question} Who's our client?Ellie: A fisherman whose family lives on the edge of the Commonwealth. Kenji Nakano.Y1a
14260102C9EFNPCFElliePerkins: I'm glad you're here. We got a new case while you and Nick were out. Ready to put on the detective hat?{Sarcastic} The only thing I'm ready for is danger and awesome.Ellie: I'm afraid hard-earned caps is all we got to offer, honey.X1a
14270102C9EENPCFElliePerkins: I'm glad you're here. We got a new case while you and Nick were out. Ready to put on the detective hat?I'm a little busy right now, Ellie.Ellie: Oh. All right. But don't leave it for too long. Client sounded desperate.B1a
14280102C9EDNPCFElliePerkins: I'm glad you're here. We got a new case while you and Nick were out. Ready to put on the detective hat?{Friendly} Tell me more.Ellie: Our client is a fisherman who lives on the edge of the Commonwealth. Kenji Nakano.A1a
142901014118Ellie: But if you want my guess? Missing person case. Guy had a worried look a mile long.{Friendly} I'll go check it out. Thanks Ellie.Ellie: The Nakano Residence is up in the Northeast, near the coast. A small fishing house. He said that he and his wife will be waiting for you.A1a
143001014117Ellie: But if you want my guess? Missing person case. Guy had a worried look a mile long.I'm busy right now. I'll check on this later.Ellie: Suit yourself, but if I'm right about this being a missing person case, don't leave it for too long.B1a
143101014116Ellie: But if you want my guess? Missing person case. Guy had a worried look a mile long.{Sarcastic} So is the fedora and trench-coat mandatory when solving these cases? 'Cause I'm thinking smoking pipe and British accent...Ellie: Hey, whatever floats your boat, gumshoe.X1a
143201014115Ellie: But if you want my guess? Missing person case. Guy had a worried look a mile long.{Question} Anything you can tell me about Kenji Nakano?Ellie: Just some impressions. He was obviously upset but he was also in a hurry, like he couldn't stand just waiting around.Y1a
1433Ellie: But if you want my guess? Missing person case. Guy had a worried look a mile long.{Friendly} Come on, Ellie. Don't hold out on me. What did he say?Ellie: Just some impressions. He was obviously upset but he was also in a hurry, like he couldn't stand just waiting around.Y2a
1434DLC03MQ01_004_PlayerNakano0101008AD9KenjiNakano: Your brought a partner? Good. The more eyes the better.{Friendly} We're here to help. Tell us what happened.KenjiNakano: It's all thanks to this damn radio.A1a
1435KenjiNakano: Your brought a partner? Good. The more eyes the better.{alternate line if Nick isn't with you / Friendly} I'm here to help. Tell me what happened.KenjiNakano: It's all thanks to this damn radio.A2a
143601008AD8KenjiNakano: Your brought a partner? Good. The more eyes the better.{Irritated} Let's just get this over with.KenjiNakano: It all started with this damn radio.B1a
143701008AD7KenjiNakano: Your brought a partner? Good. The more eyes the better.{Sarcastic} Yeah, that's me. "Lowly partner." I don't even get real business cards.KenjiNakano: Uh... right...X1a
143801008AD6KenjiNakano: Your brought a partner? Good. The more eyes the better.{Question} So what's the story with you and Nick?KenjiNakano: Nick didn't tell you? Ran with him on one of his cases a few years back. Searching for some sort of lost heirloom. He needed a boat.Y1a
143901008AD0KenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.I already took a look around. I think I know what happened to Kasumi.KenjiNakano: You did? What did you find? Where is she?A1a
1440KenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{Concerned} We'll find her. Don't you worry.KenjiNakano: You did? What did you find? Where is she?A2a
1441KenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{alternate line if Nick isn't with you / Concerned} I'll find her. Don't you worry.KenjiNakano: You did? What did you find? Where is she?A3a
144201008ACFKenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{Irritated} This isn't my problem. I have better places to be.KenjiNakano: What? You're leaving?B1a
144301008ACEKenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{negotiating over your fee} Let's talk money. Investigations for the missing aren't cheap.Nick: Uh, sorry about this, Kenji. Expenses and all that...X1a
1444KenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{negotiating over your fee} If she went far, that means travel expenses.Nick: Uh, sorry about this, Kenji. Expenses and all that...X2a
1445KenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{negotiating over your fee} Don't hold out on me. You want to find your daughter, right?Nick: Uh, sorry about this, Kenji. Expenses and all that...X3a
144601008ACDKenjiNakano: I know my daughter is in danger. I can feel it. Find her. Please.{Question} Do you have any idea of where she could've gone?KenjiNakano: We know she took one of the boats, but that's all. She could be anywhere.Y1a
1447DLC03MQ01_004_PlayerNakano0201016DF0KenjiNakano: What? Who are you? I'm sorry, but we don't have time for visitors or caravans or wherever you're from.I'm with Valentine's Detective Agency. You asked for help?KenjiNakano: Oh thank god. You have to get working right away.A1a
1448KenjiNakano: What? Who are you? I'm sorry, but we don't have time for visitors or caravans or wherever you're from.{Friendly} I heard the shouting. You sound like you need help.KenjiNakano: Oh thank god. You have to get working right away.A2a
144901016DEFKenjiNakano: What? Who are you? I'm sorry, but we don't have time for visitors or caravans or wherever you're from.I was just leaving.B1a
145001016DEEKenjiNakano: What? Who are you? I'm sorry, but we don't have time for visitors or caravans or wherever you're from.{Sarcastic} Sorry. I have this habit of running straight towards signs of trouble. Come to think of it, that explains a lot...X1a
145101016DEDKenjiNakano: What? Who are you? I'm sorry, but we don't have time for visitors or caravans or wherever you're from.{Question} You were shouting about a missing daughter? What happened?Y1a
1452DLC03MQ01_006_MrNakanoQuestions01016E00DLC03MaleMrNakano: Did you have questions? About my daughter?{Question} Anything more you can tell me about Kasumi? The smallest detail could be important.KenjiNakano: I don't know what more to say. She's my little girl and she doesn't know how dangerous this world is.A1a
1453DLC03MaleMrNakano: Did you have questions? About my daughter?{Question} Her grandfather? He taught her how to fix the radio?KenjiNakano: I don't know what more to say. She's my little girl and she doesn't know how dangerous this world is.A2a
145401016DFFDLC03MaleMrNakano: Did you have questions? About my daughter?No more questions right now.KenjiNakano: Work quickly, detective.B1a
145501016DFEDLC03MaleMrNakano: Did you have questions? About my daughter?Tell me more about this radio she was fixing.KenjiNakano: I've tried to get that damn thing to work over and over again, but there's nothing.X1a
145601016DFDDLC03MaleMrNakano: Did you have questions? About my daughter?Why did your daughter really leave? Your wife says she left on her own, but you said it was kidnappers.KenjiNakano: I know it was kidnappers. Kasumi is a smart girl, but she doesn't know how... horrible people can be. Not like me and Rei.Y1a
1457DLC03MQ01_006_MrsNakanoQuestions01016DFCDLC03FemaleMrsNakano: I suppose you have questions about my daughter?{Question} I'd like to know more about Kasumi. Might shine a light on where she's gone.ReiNakano: My daughter is strong. Focused, careful. That's how I know she's still alive.A1a
1458DLC03FemaleMrsNakano: I suppose you have questions about my daughter?{Question} Every detail is important, Missus Nakano. Don't hold back.ReiNakano: My daughter is strong. Focused, careful. That's how I know she's still alive.A2a
145901016DFBDLC03FemaleMrsNakano: I suppose you have questions about my daughter?Nothing else right now.B1a
146001016DFADLC03FemaleMrsNakano: I suppose you have questions about my daughter?Tell me about this radio your daughter was working on.ReiNakano: I remember Kasumi was very excited about it. I figured she was secretly trying to make contact with Diamond City or another settlement.X1a
146101016DF9DLC03FemaleMrsNakano: I suppose you have questions about my daughter?You and your husband don't seem to agree about why your daughter left.ReiNakano: *sigh* We both want to find her. The world out there isn't a place where you want to be alone.Y1a
1462DLC03MQ01_007_PlayerNakano02010098C0DLC03MaleMrNakano: Have you finished your investigation? Did you find anything?I think I know where Kasumi went. A place called Far Harbor.A1a
1463010098BFDLC03MaleMrNakano: Have you finished your investigation? Did you find anything?Still looking.KenjiNakano: Please work quickly.B1a
1464010098BEDLC03MaleMrNakano: Have you finished your investigation? Did you find anything?Your daughter made contact with a group of synths. She thinks she's one of them.KenjiNakano: What? That's ... that's crazy...!X1a
1465010098BDDLC03MaleMrNakano: Have you finished your investigation? Did you find anything?{Question} I need to ask you an important question. Are you sure your daughter is human?KenjiNakano: What kind of question is that? Why are you asking?Y1a
1466DLC03MaleMrNakano: Have you finished your investigation? Did you find anything?{Question} I think Kasumi took off somewhere up North. Do you know what's up there?KenjiNakano: What kind of question is that? Why are you asking?Y2a
1467DLC03MQ01_008_SynthBranch010098AB{you just told the parents that Kasumi is a synth} Maybe your daughter is just confused. Having an identity crisis.ReiNakano: Oh god... Does she even think we're still her parents?A1a
1468010098AAThat's how synths work, Mrs. Nakano. They replace people. This could have happened recently.ReiNakano: I know my own daughter. She's not a synth!B1a
1469010098A9{speaking as a member of the Railroad} It doesn't matter if your daughter is a synth, Mrs. Nakano. She's still a person who needs help.ReiNakano: But my daughter ISN'T a synth.X1a
1470{speaking as a member of the Brotherhood of Steel} If your daughter is a synth, Mrs. Nakano, then she's an abomination. Technology run amok.ReiNakano: But my daughter ISN'T a synth.X2a
1471{speaking as a member of the Institute} If your daughter is a synth, Mrs. Nakano, then she's Institute property.ReiNakano: But my daughter ISN'T a synth.X3a
1472Believe what you want, Mrs. Nakano. The job's still the same to me.ReiNakano: But my daughter ISN'T a synth.X4a
1473010098A8Are you sure she's human, Mrs. Nakano?ReiNakano: Yes! I know my daughter, and she hasn't changed. She's not some replacement!Y1a
1474DLC03MQ01_009_Boat0100A176DLC03MaleMrNakano: Are you willing to take my boat, now? Find my daughter?{Question} What can I expect out there, Kenji?KenjiNakano: I only made the trip to Far Harbor once, when I was a boy. All I remember is that my father didn't want to stay long. Something about the air being bad.Y1a
14750100A175DLC03MaleMrNakano: Are you willing to take my boat, now? Find my daughter?{Sarcastic} A magic boat ride! Will there be sea monsters?KenjiNakano: Umm... While I know the seas aren't exactly safe, I'm confident that boat can get you there unharmed. At least, I hope.X1a
14760100A174DLC03MaleMrNakano: Are you willing to take my boat, now? Find my daughter?{Irritated} That's crazy. I'm not taking a ride on some rusty boat.KenjiNakano: I trust that boat with my life. My father worked on it every day until he died. And it's all I can offer.B1a
14770100A173DLC03MaleMrNakano: Are you willing to take my boat, now? Find my daughter?{Confident} I'll get to the bottom of this, Kenji.KenjiNakano: Thank you. I know you haven't asked for payment, and we can't offer much, but here. Please take it, I insist. For expenses, if nothing else.A1a
1478-01009118{looking at Kasumi's radio} Nothing but static...

DLC03MQ02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1479DLC03MQ02_0200_AveryGreeting01016631CaptainAvery: But Allen's got a point, not all visitors have good intentions. So, what's your business here?{Question} A young woman from the Commonwealth named Kasumi may have passed through here. Her family hired me to find her.CaptainAvery: Some sort of detective, huh? Well, she came through, all right.A1a
148001016630CaptainAvery: But Allen's got a point, not all visitors have good intentions. So, what's your business here?{Irritated} I didn't come all this way to be interrogated by the likes of you.CaptainAvery: What?B1a
14810101662FCaptainAvery: But Allen's got a point, not all visitors have good intentions. So, what's your business here?I need information about a synth refuge on this island.CaptainAvery: Another Commonwealth traveler looking for Acadia, then.X1a
14820101662ECaptainAvery: But Allen's got a point, not all visitors have good intentions. So, what's your business here?{Question} What is this place?CaptainAvery: Well, in ancient times, this used to be a tourist town.Y1a
1483DLC03MQ02_0400_PostHullAvery0102E062CaptainAvery: No need to burden the stranger with all this... nonsense.Can we get back to business?A1a
14840102E061CaptainAvery: No need to burden the stranger with all this... nonsense.{Grim / Stern} Sounds like you should deal with the Children of Atom. Permanently.B1a
14850102E060CaptainAvery: No need to burden the stranger with all this... nonsense.{Question} Have the Children made the Fog worse?CaptainAvery: Absolutely not. There's not one bit of evidence.X1a
14860102E05FCaptainAvery: No need to burden the stranger with all this... nonsense.{Question} What's the deal with the Children of Atom?CaptainAvery: They're religious folk. Worship the power of Atom. Which is... radiation, I guess?Y1a
1487CaptainAvery: No need to burden the stranger with all this... nonsense.{Question} What did he do to the preacher?CaptainAvery: They're religious folk. Worship the power of Atom. Which is... radiation, I guess?Y2a
1488010167CBCaptainAvery: *sigh* But for your help when we needed it, you deserve this.{Impressed} If you manage to survive despite all that, you must be tough.CaptainAvery: *chuckle* Ornery, more like. I-A1a
1489010167CACaptainAvery: *sigh* But for your help when we needed it, you deserve this.{Unphased / Somber} Everywhere I go, nobody's got it easy.CaptainAvery: No argument here. I-B1a
1490010167C9CaptainAvery: *sigh* But for your help when we needed it, you deserve this.{Question} You've lost the whole island?CaptainAvery: The Fog's been here forever. There are good years when it recedes and the island's almost normal.X1a
1491010167C8CaptainAvery: *sigh* But for your help when we needed it, you deserve this.{Question} What's "The Fog"?CaptainAvery: Where to begin? The Fog's radioactive, right?Y1a
1492010167B3CaptainAvery: No one knows the Fog like him. But, word of warning, he's a bit of an acquired taste.Thanks for the info.CaptainAvery: *grunt* Best place to look for Longfellow's at the bar. The Last Plank. And...A1a
1493010167B2CaptainAvery: No one knows the Fog like him. But, word of warning, he's a bit of an acquired taste.{Firm} I don't need a guide.CaptainAvery: I don't recommend going it alone. If you change your mind, best place to look for Longfellow is the bar. The Last Plank.B1a
1494010167B1CaptainAvery: No one knows the Fog like him. But, word of warning, he's a bit of an acquired taste.{Question} What can you tell me about Acadia?CaptainAvery: Ask Longfellow, he's the only one that's been there.X1a
1495010167B0CaptainAvery: No one knows the Fog like him. But, word of warning, he's a bit of an acquired taste.{Question} What's Old Longfellow's story?CaptainAvery: He's the best hunter on the island. Fearless, some say crazy...Y1a
1496DLC03MQ02_0500_MeetingLongfellow0101663CCaptain Avery said you can get me to Acadia.OldLongfellow: Heard there was a scuffle out there. You get your hands dirty? Hmph.A
1497010167A6OldLongfellow: Last fella couldn't keep up. Didn't last five minutes.{Friendly} Some parents are worried about their runaway daughter. She went to Acadia and I need to find her.A1a
1498010167A5OldLongfellow: Last fella couldn't keep up. Didn't last five minutes.{Stern} I'm not some no-name "mainlander." I'm tough enough for your little island.B1a
1499010167A4OldLongfellow: Last fella couldn't keep up. Didn't last five minutes.Everyone's got their price. How many caps is this going to run me?OldLongfellow: Keep your caps. If you're set on doin' this, I'll take my pay in whiskey.X1a
1500010167A3OldLongfellow: Last fella couldn't keep up. Didn't last five minutes.{Question} Can you tell me about Acadia?OldLongfellow: Strange folk like there. Call themselves synths.Y1a
1501OldLongfellow: Last fella couldn't keep up. Didn't last five minutes.{Question} What's a Fog Condenser?OldLongfellow: Strange folk like there. Call themselves synths.Y2a
15020101679BOldLongfellow: Then the real work can begin.Let's go, Longfellow.A1a
15030101679AOldLongfellow: Then the real work can begin.{Irritated} Don't order me around, old man.OldLongfellow: You want to make this a one-way trip? Then, by all means, ignore me.B1a
150401016799OldLongfellow: Then the real work can begin.I need to take care of a few things.OldLongfellow: Handle your necessities, then. Off with you.X1a
150501016798OldLongfellow: Then the real work can begin.{Question} Should I make any other preparations?OldLongfellow: Ammo, Stimpaks, maybe a rocket or three. Worse than Mirelurks out there.Y1a
1506DLC03MQ02_0500a_CompassionLongfellow01020DEFOldLongfellow: If someone's headed for Acadia, there's always a story. Yours worth dying over? Eh?I've done a whole lot more for a whole lot less.OldLongfellow: Clever with words, are ya?A1a
150701020DEEOldLongfellow: If someone's headed for Acadia, there's always a story. Yours worth dying over? Eh?{Irritated} This girl's all her family has. You'd have to be a real wretch not to give a damn.OldLongfellow: Bah. This goes against all reason... But...B1a
150801020DEDOldLongfellow: If someone's headed for Acadia, there's always a story. Yours worth dying over? Eh?Everyone's got their price. How many caps is this going to run me?OldLongfellow: Keep your caps. If you're set on doin' this, I'll take my pay in whiskey.X1a
150901020DECOldLongfellow: If someone's headed for Acadia, there's always a story. Yours worth dying over? Eh?{Question} The runaway's name is Kasumi. You know about her?OldLongfellow: Sounds like Captain Avery's been runnin' her mouth again. She should know better than to stick her nose where it's not wanted.Y1a
1510DLC03MQ02_0500b_ToughLongfellow01020E22OldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.I helped the Harbor out. I figure all of you owe me something, at least.OldLongfellow: Hm. I suppose there's a bit of truth there.A1a
151101020E21OldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.Not all mainlanders have fully functional power armor, though.OldLongfellow: On that account you'd be right. Fine.B1a
1512OldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.Really, do I look like your average mainlander?OldLongfellow: On that account you'd be right. Fine.B2a
1513OldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.The Commonwealth isn't a picnic either, pal.OldLongfellow: On that account you'd be right. Fine.B3a
151401020E20OldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.Everyone's got their price. How many caps is this going to run me?OldLongfellow: Keep your caps. If you're set on doin' this, I'll take my pay in whiskey.X1a
151501020E1FOldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.{Question} If you don't give a damn about mainlanders, what do you care if I die out there?OldLongfellow: Don't care much. But I got better things to do than guide fools to their death.Y1a
1516DLC03MQ02_0500c_LongfellowWantsWhiskey01020DF8DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You got my whiskey yet?Here you go.OldLongfellow: Ah, now you're talkin'.A1a
1517DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You got my whiskey yet?Yeah, yeah, I'll get it for you.OldLongfellow: Ah, now you're talkin'.A2a
151801020DF7DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You got my whiskey yet?I don't have it yet.OldLongfellow: No skin off my nose.B1a
151901020DF6DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You got my whiskey yet?Goodbye.OldLongfellow: Hope you wise up and leave. Safer that way.X1a
152001020DF5DLC03MaleOldLongfellow: You got my whiskey yet?{Question} Can't I just pay you?OldLongfellow: If you need me, then we do this my way. One bottle of whiskey.Y1a
1521DLC03MQ02_0650_ChildrenPreacher01016783ChildrenPreacher: But it is not too late, brother. You still may have a chance to take your place among His chosen.{Honest curiosity. / Question} All right. I'm listening. Tell me about Atom.ChildrenPreacher: Tell you? Look around.A1a
152201016782ChildrenPreacher: But it is not too late, brother. You still may have a chance to take your place among His chosen.{Irritated / Irritated} You do know you're crazy, right?ChildrenPreacher: Watch yourself, outsider. You walk through Atom's kingdom now.B1a
152301016781ChildrenPreacher: But it is not too late, brother. You still may have a chance to take your place among His chosen.{Neutral} Yeah. Whatever you say.ChildrenPreacher: Watch yourself, outsider. You walk through Atom's kingdom now.X1a
152401016780ChildrenPreacher: But it is not too late, brother. You still may have a chance to take your place among His chosen.{Question} What's Acadia done to make you distrust them?ChildrenPreacher: They supply Far Harbor with the means to turn back Atom's holy Fog.Y1a
1525DLC03MQ02_0650a_ChildrenLongfellow01042383OldLongfellow: How 'bout bullets? Faith shield ya against those, too?Let's just settle down, OK?OldLongfellow: You're right. Waste of ammo.A1a
152601042382OldLongfellow: How 'bout bullets? Faith shield ya against those, too?Go ahead and shoot her, then.OldLongfellow: She ain't worth wastin' ammo on. Too bad I left my huntin' knife at home.B1a
152701042381OldLongfellow: How 'bout bullets? Faith shield ya against those, too?Sounds like none of my business.OldLongfellow: Lucky for you.X1a
152801042380OldLongfellow: How 'bout bullets? Faith shield ya against those, too?Who's she?OldLongfellow: One of them Children of Atom preachers. Started off as pests, now they're more like a menace.Y1a
1529DLC03MQ02_0650b_InterestedInAtom0101677AChildrenPreacher: And you may join our family, if He deems you worthy.{Friendly / Friendly} Okay. Sign me up.ChildrenPreacher: Excellent. Head to the Nucleus. There Atom's plans for you will be revealed.A1a
153001016779ChildrenPreacher: And you may join our family, if He deems you worthy.{Neutral} On second thought, I'm good.ChildrenPreacher: So be it. But I would be mindful where you step. After all, you are in Atom's kingdom now.B1a
153101016778ChildrenPreacher: And you may join our family, if He deems you worthy.{Giving a bit of a shrug to a major life decision. / Neutral} Suppose I've got nothing better to do.ChildrenPreacher: Huh. Atom usually prefers those with a bit more... fervor. But nonetheless, if you wish to test His favor, seek the Nucleus.X1a
153201016777ChildrenPreacher: And you may join our family, if He deems you worthy.{Question} Worthy? What do I have to do to join?ChildrenPreacher: There is a ritual His Children must perform. If you succeed, you will be rewarded with entrance into our family.Y1a
1533DLC03MQ02_0700_LongfellowEnd01042E77OldLongfellow: Just make sure if you're bringin' a bottle of somethin' strong, there's enough to share.{Friendly / Friendly} You should come with me. I can still use your help.OldLongfellow: Hm. Alright, why the hell not. Beats drinkin' alone.A1a
153401042E76OldLongfellow: Just make sure if you're bringin' a bottle of somethin' strong, there's enough to share.{Confident} I can handle things from here.OldLongfellow: Good luck in there. And I'm serious about the offer.B1a
153501042E75OldLongfellow: Just make sure if you're bringin' a bottle of somethin' strong, there's enough to share.{Friendly} Maybe later, Longfellow.OldLongfellow: All right, but I'm serious about the offer.X1a
153601042E74OldLongfellow: Just make sure if you're bringin' a bottle of somethin' strong, there's enough to share.{Friendly} Leaving already? Don't you want to see what happens next?OldLongfellow: You sayin' you want me to stick around an' watch your back?Y1a

DLC03MQ02FightEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1537DLC03MQ02Fight_100_JaredPostFight010481B2Jared: Avery and the others were just doing their jobs, but you... you ain't one of us. I owe you. Here.{Sincere / Friendly} Glad I could help.Jared: Yeah. That's it for me, though.A1a
1538010481B1Jared: Avery and the others were just doing their jobs, but you... you ain't one of us. I owe you. Here.{Coldly. They should never have been out there. / Stern} Lucky I was here. You didn't stand a chance out there.Jared: Don't I know it.B1a
1539010481B0Jared: Avery and the others were just doing their jobs, but you... you ain't one of us. I owe you. Here.{Gently / Question} What now?X1a
1540010481AFJared: Avery and the others were just doing their jobs, but you... you ain't one of us. I owe you. Here.{Curious / Question} What were you doing out there?Jared: Scrapping. Picking over the the old ruins. Avery wanted more rebar to shore up the Hull. More wire for the Condensers.Y1a

DLC03MQ03Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1541DLC03MQ03_02_KasumiGreetScene0104E134Kasumi: "I've been lying to you this whole time? Your real daughter is dead, and I replaced her?" *sigh*{Concerned} I know it must be hard for you. I just want to make sure you're here for the right reasons.Kasumi: Yeah, so am I... I mean... yes, I believe I'm a synth, but... there's something wrong here. With Acadia. There's more going on than just the refuge.A1a
15420104E133Kasumi: "I've been lying to you this whole time? Your real daughter is dead, and I replaced her?" *sigh*{Stern} You haven't replaced anyone. Kenji and Rei are still your parents.Kasumi: I... I really wish that was true. If I wasn't a synth, things would be so much simpler...B1a
15430104E132Kasumi: "I've been lying to you this whole time? Your real daughter is dead, and I replaced her?" *sigh*{Concerned} Kasumi, I think you're just confused. Everyone has doubts about who they are sometimes. That's part of life.Kasumi: I... I really wish that was true. If I wasn't a synth, things would be so much simpler...X1a
15440104E131Kasumi: "I've been lying to you this whole time? Your real daughter is dead, and I replaced her?" *sigh*{Question} Do you have any proof that you're actually a synth?Kasumi: Little things. Dreams of waking up in a lab. Years I can't remember from when I was a kid. Not to mention how I never quite fit in back at home...Y1a
154501025FB5Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.{Confident} This'll be easier if I just talk to DiMA. Convince him that he needs to be honest with us.Kasumi: All right. Good luck. Let me know what you find out.A1a
154601025FB4Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.I'll figure this out. Just stay here.Kasumi: Okay. Good luck, and come back as soon as you've found anything.B1a
154701025FB3Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.Eavesdropping on the next meeting sounds like our best bet. I already found the key to that room.Kasumi: You did? Great! Come back as soon as you've found anything.X1a
1548Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.Eavesdropping on the next meeting sounds like our best bet. I already managed to get the door open.Kasumi: You did? Great! Come back as soon as you've found anything.X2a
1549Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.Eavesdropping on the next meeting sounds like our best bet. I'll see if I can find a way inside that room.Kasumi: You did? Great! Come back as soon as you've found anything.X3a
155001025FB2Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.{smug / Happy} Step aside and let the master hacker show you how it's done.Kasumi: If you're sure. Good luck. Once you have something, let me know.Y1a
1551Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.{Confident} I know a thing or two about hacking. I'll give it a try.Kasumi: If you're sure. Good luck. Once you have something, let me know.Y2a
1552Kasumi: I've also tried breaking into Faraday's terminal, since he and DiMA are so close, but the security on it is crazy.{obliviously dumb / Confident} Despite knowing next to nothing about hacking, I'm really confident that's my best option.Kasumi: If you're sure. Good luck. Once you have something, let me know.Y3a
155301025F95Player Default: I can't leave until I've gotten to the bottom of it. I've done enough running...{Confident} If something's going on, then I can help. Just tell me what's happening.Kasumi: I don't know how you could... Wait... wait of course you can help! You find things. Track down answers. That's what you do, right? That's why you came after me?A1a
155401025F94Player Default: But I can't leave until I've gotten to the bottom of it. I've been running long enough...{Stern} You're coming with me, Kasumi.Kasumi: No. I can't. I'm sorry, but there's something terrible going on here and I...B1a
155501025F93Player Default: But I can't leave until I've gotten to the bottom of it. I've been running long enough...Fine. It's your choice, Kasumi.Kasumi: Thank you. Now I just have to figure how to...X1a
155601025F92Player Default: Do you have any proof that you're actually a synth?{Question} What kind of problem is there in Acadia?Kasumi: It's a long story. I just have to figure out how to...Y1a
155701025F8CKasumi: What if DiMA is so open and welcoming because he's actually hiding something from us? A plan to wipe out the rest of the island?I'll help if I can, but that's not much to go on.Kasumi: I know. I've been working on that, but I haven't had much luck.A1a
155801025F8BKasumi: What if DiMA is so open and welcoming because he's actually hiding something from us? A plan to wipe out the rest of the island?{Irritated} None of this sounds like my problem.Kasumi: Fine. Do this for me, and I'll pay you. It'll be worth your time. Trust me.B1a
155901025F8AKasumi: What if DiMA is so open and welcoming because he's actually hiding something from us? A plan to wipe out the rest of the island?{Sarcastic} Personally, I find calculated mass-murder to be very soothing.Kasumi: Look, help me out, and if I'm wrong, you can make all the jokes you want.X1a
156001025F89Kasumi: What if DiMA is so open and welcoming because he's actually hiding something from us? A plan to wipe out the rest of the island?{Puzzled} You don't trust DiMA? After you came all this way for him?Kasumi: I didn't come to Acadia for him. I came here because this place offered answers.Y1a
156101025AEDDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Sorry, I'm right in the middle of something...{Confident} I'm a detective. I was hired to find you.Kasumi: You... You're a what? You came all this way... for me?A1a
156201025AECDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Sorry, I'm right in the middle of something...{Concerned} Your parents sent me. They want you to come home.Kasumi: They... they did what? You came all this way... for me?B1a
156301025AEBDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Sorry, I'm right in the middle of something...{Confident} You don't belong here, Kasumi. You have a home back in the Commonwealth.Kasumi: You... you're from home? You came all this way... for me?X1a
156401025AEADLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Sorry, I'm right in the middle of something...{Question} What's that you're working on?Kasumi: Just trying to cobble some prewar junk into something useable.Y1a
156501025AE1Kasumi: Look, my mom and dad... I mean, those people that were taking care of me. They wouldn't want me back. Not if they knew the truth.{sympathetic / Concerned} Because you're not really their daughter. You're a synth.Kasumi: Yeah... exactly..A1a
156601025AE0Kasumi: Look, my mom and dad... I mean, those people that were taking care of me. They wouldn't want me back. Not if they knew the truth.{Confident} Kasumi, listen to me. You're not a synth.Kasumi: Believe me, I've thought about that. How you can never really know. But it just answers so many questions...B1a
156701025ADFKasumi: Look, my mom and dad... I mean, those people that were taking care of me. They wouldn't want me back. Not if they knew the truth.{Irritated} You can work that out with your parents. I'm taking you home.Kasumi: No. You don't get it. I'm not their daughter. I'm a synth.X1a
156801025ADEKasumi: Look, my mom and dad... I mean, those people that were taking care of me. They wouldn't want me back. Not if they knew the truth.{Question} What do you mean?Kasumi: I'm not their daughter. I'm a synth.Y1a
156901025AD9Kasumi: What if I told you that there's a secret. A big secret. Here on this island. Something way more important than just one lost girl?{Confident} All right. I'm listening.Kasumi: Okay... Where to begin?A1a
157001025AD8Kasumi: What if I told you that there's a secret. A big secret. Here on this island. Something way more important than just one lost girl?{Stern} Whatever it is, the answer's no.Kasumi: I promise you'll want to hear this. Just listen...B1a
157101025AD7Kasumi: What if I told you that there's a secret. A big secret. Here on this island. Something way more important than just one lost girl?{Sarcastic} Sister, there's a lot of things on this island more important than you.Kasumi: If you could just hold the jokes for a second...X1a
157201025AD6Kasumi: What if I told you that there's a secret. A big secret. Here on this island. Something way more important than just one lost girl?{Question} What're you talking about?Kasumi: Where to begin...?Y1a
1573DLC03MQ03_04_DiMAPersuade0102B647DiMA: Those projections were merely to help us realize the cost of inaction.{persuasive / Confident} If this thing involves the whole island, then you need help. I can be your problem-solver if you let me in.DiMA: I suppose there's something to be said about refusing help even when it's offered and you're in need.A1a
15740102B646DiMA: Those projections were merely to help us realize the cost of inaction.Fine, keep your secrets.DiMA: That would be best.B1a
15750102B645DiMA: Those projections were merely to help us realize the cost of inaction.{Angry} I'm getting sick of this whole "noble leader" bullshit from you, DiMA. Now stop hiding and tell me the truth.DiMA: All right. You've made your point.X1a
15760102B644DiMA: Those projections were merely to help us realize the cost of inaction.{Question} What are you talking about? What are you planning?DiMA: That's my responsibility to bear. I'd ask that you not trouble yourself with it.Y1a
15770102B634DiMA: But we do know that I spent nearly a century on this island, alone. Whatever's in there is too dangerous to allow Tektus to get his hands on them.So what can I do to help?DiMA: If you're willing to retrieve what I've lost and bring my memories back to me, then we'd all be one step closer to solving this conflict without bloodshed.A1a
1578DiMA: But we do know that I spent nearly a century on this island, alone. Whatever's in there is too dangerous to allow Tektus to get his hands on them.{Confident} I know all I need to.DiMA: If you're willing to retrieve what I've lost and bring my memories back to me, then we'd all be one step closer to solving this conflict without bloodshed.A2a
15790102B633DiMA: But we do know that I spent nearly a century on this island, alone. Whatever's in there is too dangerous to allow Tektus to get his hands on them.{Question} The Children of Atom on this island. You were helping them?DiMA: Yes. I know their faith in radiation as a type of god is a bit... different, but who am I to judge?B1a
15800102B632DiMA: But we do know that I spent nearly a century on this island, alone. Whatever's in there is too dangerous to allow Tektus to get his hands on them.You're keeping Far Harbor safe, is that it?DiMA: Not exactly. They're fiercely independent, but the Fog was starting to choke more and more of the island, so I proposed a trade.X1a
15810102B631DiMA: But we do know that I spent nearly a century on this island, alone. Whatever's in there is too dangerous to allow Tektus to get his hands on them.{Puzzled} You left your memories behind? How does that work?DiMA: As a prototype synth, my... raw data capacity is limited. I began using computer banks to expand. To give me room to ponder. See new things.Y1a
15820102B629DiMA: I've loaded the program with some instructions I've recorded that will help guide you through it. I'm afraid it's difficult to explain without seeing it for yourself.{you already stole Faraday's program / Confident} Actually, I already have the program. I was thorough.DiMA: Well, I guess that just means I've picked the right person for the job.A1a
1583DiMA: I've loaded the program with some instructions I've recorded that will help guide you through it. I'm afraid it's difficult to explain without seeing it for yourself.{Confident} I'll get your memories, DiMA.DiMA: Well, I guess that just means I've picked the right person for the job.A2a
15840102B628DiMA: I've loaded the program with some instructions I've recorded that will help guide you through it. I'm afraid it's difficult to explain without seeing it for yourself.{Irritated} This plan has "terrible" written all over it.DiMA: You wanted to be involved. Desperate times, and all that.B1a
15850102B627DiMA: I've loaded the program with some instructions I've recorded that will help guide you through it. I'm afraid it's difficult to explain without seeing it for yourself.{Sarcastic} I'm going to replace all your memories with pictures of cats. Meow.DiMA: Well, I suppose that would certainly make remembering some of my darker hours more... fuzzy.X1a
15860102B626DiMA: I've loaded the program with some instructions I've recorded that will help guide you through it. I'm afraid it's difficult to explain without seeing it for yourself.{Question} So how does this program work?DiMA: There will be a fairly ordinary looking terminal with some... attachments. The program will give you access to the terminal.Y1a
1587DLC03MQ03_05_DiMA_PlayerAdmitsSpying0103A2DDDiMA: But you. You're new to the island.All right. I'm listening.A1a
15880103A2DCDiMA: But you. You're new to the island.{Stern} No way am I helping you.DiMA: Then stay out of this.B1a
15890103A2DBDiMA: But you. You're new to the island.{Sarcastic} I'm picturing your memories as just one massive holotape that the Children of Atom are using as a coffee table.DiMA: I... suppose that's your version of "Yes. I'll help."?X1a
15900103A2DADiMA: But you. You're new to the island.{Question} What are you planning, DiMA?Y1a
1591-0102B64D{you just eavesdropped on DiMA and his advisors talking about his lost memories / Confident} I know you left some of your memories behind in an old submarine base. That you're worried the Children of Atom will get to them.
1592{you just eavesdropped on DiMA and his advisors talking about his lost memories / Confident} I want to talk about your memories again.
1593{confronting DiMA about Kasumi's suspicions / Suspicious} Kasumi says she's seen parts of your memories. Death projections. For Far Harbor and the center of the island.

DLC03MQ05Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1594DLC03MQ05_0100_ConfrontDiMA0101CFB3DiMA: I... I did it. I killed a woman from Far Harbor and replaced her. I stripped a synth's identity from her and made her an agent.You did the right thing. For the future of your people.DiMA: Yes... yes... No one leaves this world clean. Sacrifices have to be made...A1a
15950101CFB2DiMA: I... I did it. I killed a woman from Far Harbor and replaced her. I stripped a synth's identity from her and made her an agent.You're a fraud.DiMA: Maybe you're right. The compromises I've made... All without even knowing...B1a
15960101CFB1DiMA: I... I did it. I killed a woman from Far Harbor and replaced her. I stripped a synth's identity from her and made her an agent.Let's be practical. How do we proceed from here?DiMA: You're right. We have to focus on what has to be done now.X1a
15970101CFB0DiMA: I... I did it. I killed a woman from Far Harbor and replaced her. I stripped a synth's identity from her and made her an agent.Why did you do it?DiMA: I needed to calm Far Harbor. A moderate voice. An example of what humanity should be. How we could exist together as equals.Y1a
15980101CFA7DiMA: I... have an idea. There's still a way we can bring peace. But the fact that I've replaced a human with a synth must remain hidden.{Confident} I'll keep your secret, DiMA.DiMA: Thank you... Maybe the... guilt, will keep me focused...A1a
15990101CFA6DiMA: I... have an idea. There's still a way we can bring peace. But the fact that I've replaced a human with a synth must remain hidden.{Stern} Far Harbor has a right to the truth.DiMA: You have to do what you feel is right, but think about the consequences carefully before you act.B1a
16000101CFA5DiMA: I... have an idea. There's still a way we can bring peace. But the fact that I've replaced a human with a synth must remain hidden.Make your case to the people of Far Harbor, DiMA. Let them decide.DiMA: And if their judgement is to destroy Acadia? The synths I've gathered here are innocent. I'm responsible for them being here.X1a
16010101CFA4DiMA: I... have an idea. There's still a way we can bring peace. But the fact that I've replaced a human with a synth must remain hidden.So you did all of that on your own? No one else in Acadia is involved?DiMA: What I've done goes against all of our ideals. I even hid it from myself. So, no, there can't be anyone else.Y1a
16020101CF9CDiMA: We could replace High Confessor Tektus with someone willing to forgive Far Harbor and work towards reconciling.{Reluctant. You're signing up to do something repugnant for the greater good. / Neutral} If it means peace for the island... all right. Tell me the plan.DiMA: This will be difficult for both of us, but I think it's our only option.A1a
16030101CF9BDiMA: We could replace High Confessor Tektus with someone willing to forgive Far Harbor and work towards reconciling.{Neutral} Do your own damned dirty work.DiMA: I can't. Tektus already gave me his ultimatum. He knows all my people. I need someone who has a chance of earning his trust.B1a
16040101CF9ADiMA: We could replace High Confessor Tektus with someone willing to forgive Far Harbor and work towards reconciling.{Giving in a little but to what you think is a bad idea. / Neutral} All right. Tell me what your plan is.DiMA: This will be difficult for both of us, but I think it's our only option.X1a
16050101CF99DiMA: We could replace High Confessor Tektus with someone willing to forgive Far Harbor and work towards reconciling.{Question} There must be another way we could make things right.DiMA: None that I can see. The authority of the High Confessor is absolute. The Children of Atom won't see the need for peace unless he... changes his mind.Y1a
1606DLC03MQ05_0100a_TurnYourselfInDiMA0101CF91{Confident} You said you wanted human and synth kind to be equal. Well now you have to prove it. Tell them the truth. Trust that they'll do the right thing.DiMA: You're... you're right. I... we... can't be above any other living being. When something terrible is done, there have to be repercussions...A1a
16070101CF90{Stern} I don't care what justification you have. You killed someone. You have to answer for that.DiMA: I can... remember it... the blood. The life ebbing from that woman's eyes... The screams...B1a
16080101CF8FNevermind then.DiMA: Then you agree? That Far Harbor must never know what happened?X1a
16090101CF8E{Question} You really think Far Harbor will destroy Acadia if they find out?DiMA: They were willing to kill the Children of Atom for far less.Y1a
1610DLC03MQ05_0100b_ReplaceConfessor01021292DiMA: Once your work is done, return here, and the replacement will move in and take command.{Question} Do we have to kill the High Confessor?DiMA: It would be the most reliable way of dealing with him. But any method that removes Tektus from power indefinitely should work.Y1a
1611DiMA: Once your work is done, return here, and the replacement will move in and take command.{Question} Are the Children going to stand down just because this replacement tells them to?DiMA: It would be the most reliable way of dealing with him. But any method that removes Tektus from power indefinitely should work.Y2a
161201021291DiMA: Once your work is done, return here, and the replacement will move in and take command.{Question} You really think you can get together a convincing replacement?DiMA: Yes. Helping synths recover what they've lost means we've had to become familiar with memory wipes and facial reconstruction.X1a
161301021290DiMA: Once your work is done, return here, and the replacement will move in and take command.{Refusing to murder someone. / Neutral} I can't be a part of this, DiMA.DiMA: That is your choice. But understand that of all options for peace, this results in the fewest casualties. I will be here when you change your mind.B1a
16140102128FDiMA: Once your work is done, return here, and the replacement will move in and take command.{Question} Okay. I'll do it. Any ideas on how I can get him alone?DiMA: Tektus lives in fear of being usurped by his predecessor Martin, despite that in all likelihood, Martin is dead.A1a
1615DLC03MQ05_0300_AllenStart0101D1BAAllenLee: Tell me you got proof. We need proof that DiMA and Avery are...Here's what I got.AllenLee: That amulet is Avery's. No doubt. And the skull...?A1a
16160101D1B9AllenLee: Tell me you got proof. We need proof that DiMA and Avery are...I don't have evidence yet.AllenLee: So you just thought you'd waste my time with some crack pot theory? Get out of here!B1a
16170101D1B8AllenLee: Tell me you got proof. We need proof that DiMA and Avery are...{Question} If I gave you proof what would you do with it?AllenLee: What's it to... I mean, listen. If DiMA is replacing us - I got a right to know.X1a
16180101D1B7AllenLee: Tell me you got proof. We need proof that DiMA and Avery are...{Question} You knew that Avery is a synth?AllenLee: Yes, I mean no. I mean, she's always acting so uppety.Y1a
1619DLC03MQ05_0300_AveryStart0103917ECaptainAvery: I can't be... a synth. You're wrong.These holotapes prove it. Listen.CaptainAvery: I won't listen. It's lies. You're making it up.A1a
16200103917DCaptainAvery: I can't be... a synth. You're wrong.DiMA replaced you to control Far Harbor.CaptainAvery: He wouldn't do that. DiMA's always been reasonable... He's been friendly!B1a
16210103917CCaptainAvery: I can't be... a synth. You're wrong.I saw the real Avery's bones. This is her skull.CaptainAvery: It could be anyone. That's not my face!X1a
16220103917BCaptainAvery: I can't be... a synth. You're wrong.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - so full on suave and persuasive / Confident} I know it's a lot to take in, but the evidence is conclusive. You need to accept it.CaptainAvery: I... I... It's true isn't it?Y1a
16230101D1E1CaptainAvery: Everything's relatively quiet for once. Need something?I have proof that DiMA killed the original Captain Avery. Here.CaptainAvery: I... But that's... My locket. It was lost in a fire.A1a
16240101D1E0CaptainAvery: Everything's relatively quiet for once. Need something?I'll be going.CaptainAvery: Bye, then.B1a
16250101D1DFCaptainAvery: Everything's relatively quiet for once. Need something?{Question} What's your opinion of DiMA?CaptainAvery: We don't see him that often. He seems... Pious, I guess?X1a
16260101D1DECaptainAvery: Everything's relatively quiet for once. Need something?{Question} What's the penalty for murder in Far Harbor?CaptainAvery: We're too independent to really have laws. But if a murder can be proven, tradition is the culprit's executed.Y1a
16270101D1D5CaptainAvery: To learn everything you know, everything you believe... is a lie?{Gentle / Apologetic} What you're going through... I'm so sorry...CaptainAvery: The only thing...A1a
16280101D1D4CaptainAvery: To learn everything you know, everything you believe... is a lie?{Suspicious / Suspicious} I don't trust you, Avery, or whatever you are.CaptainAvery: Right now, I don't give a damn. Think...B1a
16290101D1D3CaptainAvery: To learn everything you know, everything you believe... is a lie?{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying the be persuasive / Confident} If you're lying to me, this is your one chance to come clean. Understood?CaptainAvery: I am... Well, I feel like I am Captain Avery.X1a
16300101D1D2CaptainAvery: To learn everything you know, everything you believe... is a lie?{Commiserating / Sad} My whole world's been turned upside down, too. Friends, family. I understand.CaptainAvery: But at least you know you're you. Your tragedies are yours. And mine... *sigh*Y1a
16310101D1C8CaptainAvery: Confront DiMA. If you can make him pay, do so. But, please, keep that evidence a secret.I'll keep your secret, Avery.CaptainAvery: This isn't justice, it's mercy you've done here.A1a
16320101D1C7CaptainAvery: Confront DiMA. If you can make him pay, do so. But, please, keep that evidence a secret.{Stern} Evidence like this is pretty important. Valuable. Hypothetically speaking, how much is it worth to you to keep it secret?CaptainAvery: Damn you. If you won't do it for principle, then I have your caps.B1a
16330101D1C6CaptainAvery: Confront DiMA. If you can make him pay, do so. But, please, keep that evidence a secret.I can't make any promises.CaptainAvery: Far Harbor's barely holding itself together.X1a
16340101D1C5CaptainAvery: Confront DiMA. If you can make him pay, do so. But, please, keep that evidence a secret.{Question} Aren't you saying that just to protect yourself?CaptainAvery: I've dedicated my life to trying to keep this rust bucket of an island in one piece.Y1a
1635DLC03MQ05_0400_AllenWaitingForProof0101D1AEAllenLee: If you got proof that Avery's been replaced, hand it here.Here you go. The doc confirmed it. It's Avery's skull.AllenLee: I... I can't believe it.A1a
1636AllenLee: If you got proof that Avery's been replaced, hand it here.I haven't seen Teddy yet.AllenLee: I... I can't believe it.A2a
16370101D1ADAllenLee: If you got proof that Avery's been replaced, hand it here.The skull belongs to someone else. False alarm.AllenLee: I'll keep my eyes out. If I find proof DiMA's done anything to any of our people...B1a
16380101D1ACAllenLee: If you got proof that Avery's been replaced, hand it here.Goodbye for now.AllenLee: Yeah, yeah. See Teddy for god's sake.X1a
16390101D1ABAllenLee: If you got proof that Avery's been replaced, hand it here.{Question} If Avery's a synth, what will you do to her?AllenLee: Do to "it," you mean. Take a wild guess, mainlander.Y1a
1640DLC03MQ05_0400_TeddyExaminesSkull0101D19FTeddyWright: This proof you got there. What do you plan on doing with it?{Sad} I want to resolve this with the least amount of collateral damage.TeddyWright: Collateral what? Ah yes. You got good instincts there.A1a
16410101D19ETeddyWright: This proof you got there. What do you plan on doing with it?{Angry} I want DiMA to pay for what he's done.TeddyWright: Make him what? Pay. No argument here. It's... diabolical.B1a
16420101D19DTeddyWright: This proof you got there. What do you plan on doing with it?I really don't know yet.X1a
16430101D19CTeddyWright: This proof you got there. What do you plan on doing with it?{Question} If you were in my shoes what would you do?TeddyWright: Have a good long drink is what I'd do first.Y1a
1644DLC03MQ05_0500b_AveryAsksPC0101D183AllenLee: No one's going to save you, "Captain."{Pleading} Don't do this. Do not kill Captain Avery.AllenLee: Why the hell would I spare her?A1a
16450101D182AllenLee: No one's going to save you, "Captain."{Angry} She's just a dirty synth, kill it.AllenLee: See? See the mainlander gets it.B1a
16460101D181AllenLee: No one's going to save you, "Captain."I'm just going to stay out of this.AllenLee: Good call.X1a
16470101D180AllenLee: No one's going to save you, "Captain."{Question} What if the synth hasn't done anything wrong?AllenLee: Who knows what secret shit it's been doing for DiMA. No way we could trust it again.Y1a
1648DLC03MQ05_0500c_SpareAvery0101D179AllenLee: It deserves what's coming.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - appeal to better nature / Pleading} The synth may not even know she's a machine.AllenLee: Damn it... I owe you for even knowing about this.A1a
16490101D178AllenLee: It deserves what's coming.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - being persuasive, redirecting dark desires / Stern} DiMA is the one that needs to pay. Not the Captain.AllenLee: If I let that synth go, I know I'll regret it.B1a
16500101D177AllenLee: It deserves what's coming.Do what you must, then.AllenLee: Glad you see things my way.X1a
16510101D176AllenLee: It deserves what's coming.{Question} Why do you even want to kill her?AllenLee: Why the hell keep it alive?Y1a
1652DLC03MQ05_0700_JusticeForDiMA0101CFD7DiMA. It's time.DiMA: My long walk is over...A
16530101CF81DiMA: I am the only one to blame.DiMA's actions were deeply misguided, but he did them for the greater good.DiMA: I know that's no comfort to the person whose life I took...A1a
16540101CF80DiMA: I am the only one to blame.{Stern} For all his talk, he's just a murderer!DiMA: Yes... I am...B1a
16550101CF7FDiMA: I am the only one to blame.Go on, DiMA.X1a
16560101CF7EDiMA: I am the only one to blame.Don't you have anything to say in your defense?DiMA: How does one justify murder?Y1a
16570101CF74AllenLee: Who's with me?{SPEECH CHALLENGE - Appealing to better nature (TOUGH!) / Pleading} Acadia's blameless. You have your criminal here - judge him and him alone.AllenLee: You're not... Even... You... Goddammit.A1a
16580101CF73AllenLee: Who's with me?{Angry / Angry} For what DiMA did, Acadia should suffer!AllenLee: Even the Mainlander sees I'm right.B1a
16590101CF72AllenLee: Who's with me?{SPEECH CHALLENGE - Trying to put down Allen by shaming him / Angry} Every time you open your damned mouth, Allen, the whole town suffers. Shut up.AllenLee: Why... you... I ought to.X1a
16600101CF71AllenLee: Who's with me?The choice and the consequence are for your town to decide.AllenLee: Whatever.Y1a
1661DLC03MQ05_0800_PreAcadiaAttack01033E91AllenLee: We've had our differences, to be sure. But I'm proud to stand here. With you.I'm on your side, Allen.AllenLee: Good.A1a
166201033E90AllenLee: We've had our differences, to be sure. But I'm proud to stand here. With you.{Angry} I don't want your friendship.AllenLee: Listen, you don't need to like me to see this has got to happen.B1a
166301033E8FAllenLee: We've had our differences, to be sure. But I'm proud to stand here. With you.Let's get this over with.X1a
166401033E8EAllenLee: We've had our differences, to be sure. But I'm proud to stand here. With you.{Question} Are we good then?AllenLee: To me, you're barely a mainlander. That work for you?Y1a
166501033E87AllenLee: You ready to end this?{Stern} Let's storm Acadia.AllenLee: Haha. I like it.A1a
166601033E86AllenLee: You ready to end this?{Trying to appeal to better nature / Pleading} This is nothing but murder. Stop it while you can.AllenLee: Too late for that.B1a
166701033E85AllenLee: You ready to end this?This isn't my battle.AllenLee: Figures.X1a
166801033E84AllenLee: You ready to end this?{Question} What's the plan of attack?AllenLee: The way I figure it, we go in there and shoot everything until it's dead.Y1a
1669DLC03MQ05_0900_PostAcadiaWipeOut0101CF5AAllenLee: You did your part in this.{Stern} Acadia had it coming.AllenLee: Damned straight.A1a
16700101CF59AllenLee: You did your part in this.{Disgust / Disgust} You butchered a bunch of innocents. In cold blood.AllenLee: Innocents, my ass. They had it coming.B1a
16710101CF58AllenLee: You did your part in this.Well, it's over now.AllenLee: Good riddance.X1a
16720101CF57AllenLee: You did your part in this.{Question} You regret it coming to this?AllenLee: Regret's a weakness. The island drums that out of you right quick.Y1a
1673-0103271D{confronting DiMA about the evidence you uncovered / Neutral} We still need to discuss what you did in Far Harbor.
1674{confronting DiMA about the evidence you uncovered / Neutral} I wanted to talk about what you mentioned before, about replacing the High Confessor...
1675{confronting DiMA about the evidence you uncovered} Your memories led me to a grave site. You killed Captain Avery and replaced her with a synth so you could control Far Harbor.
16760101D1C4DiMA killed Captain Avery. And replaced her with a synth.
16770101D197Could you examine this skull, doc? Could you tell me who it belongs to?

DLC03MQ06Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1678DLC03MQ06_HighConfessorReward0102075AHighConfessor: It's over, isn't it? Far Harbor is finally returned to Atom's grand kingdom?{Stern} It's done. Far Harbor sleeps under the Fog at last. Glory to Atom!HighConfessor: Glory indeed.A1a
167901020759HighConfessor: It's over, isn't it? Far Harbor is finally returned to Atom's grand kingdom?{Irritated} Yeah. You got what you wanted. Those people are all doomed.HighConfessor: Do not fret, child. This is a happy occasion.B1a
168001020758HighConfessor: It's over, isn't it? Far Harbor is finally returned to Atom's grand kingdom?{Sarcastic} Grand feels like a bit of a stretch, but yeah. Far Harbor's been dealt with.HighConfessor: At last.X1a
168101020757HighConfessor: It's over, isn't it? Far Harbor is finally returned to Atom's grand kingdom?{Question} Yup. It's done. Can I get paid now?HighConfessor: Of course. But I must say...Y1a

DLC03MQ06_WindFarmHandlingEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1682DLC03MQ06_WindFarmHandling_AveryScene0102040CCaptainAvery: Please. Tell me you have no intention of using it. Without power, nothing will hold back the Fog.{Neutral} Don't worry. I'm not going to deactivate the condensers.CaptainAvery: Thank god.A1a
16830102040BCaptainAvery: Please. Tell me you have no intention of using it. Without power, nothing will hold back the Fog.{Thinking} I haven't made up my mind.CaptainAvery: I know my people can be infuriating, but surely they don't all deserve to die.B1a
16840102040ACaptainAvery: Please. Tell me you have no intention of using it. Without power, nothing will hold back the Fog.{Extorting a town for money. / Question} Not sure. What're you going to give me?CaptainAvery: Our town really means that little to you? *sigh* Fine. I can do... 1000.X1a
168501020409CaptainAvery: Please. Tell me you have no intention of using it. Without power, nothing will hold back the Fog.{Question} You suspected DiMA?CaptainAvery: Nothing ever comes free, and DiMA just giving us power all these years?Y1a
1686-01020412{Neutral} The turbine powering the condensers. I found a code that will shut it down. Permanently.

DLC03MQ06aEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1687DLC03MQ06a_DiMAScene010391BADiMA: The High Confessor's had a vision. Atom demands peace. Can I assume you're here to tell me your task is done?{Neutral} I convinced him to leave the island and never return.DiMA: You did... hmm. Perhaps not an ideal resolution, but I suppose the end result is the same.A1a
1688DiMA: The High Confessor's had a vision. Atom demands peace. Can I assume you're here to tell me your task is done?{Neutral} It's been dealt with, yes.DiMA: You did... hmm. Perhaps not an ideal resolution, but I suppose the end result is the same.A2a
1689010391B9DiMA: The High Confessor's had a vision. Atom demands peace. Can I assume you're here to tell me your task is done?{Stern} It's over. And I'm done being your tool.DiMA: I can understand your displeasure, but I assure you your efforts were worth the cost.B1a
1690010391B8DiMA: The High Confessor's had a vision. Atom demands peace. Can I assume you're here to tell me your task is done?{Sarcastic} Our mutual friend has taken hide and seek to a whole new level.DiMA: Good news indeed.X1a
1691010391B7DiMA: The High Confessor's had a vision. Atom demands peace. Can I assume you're here to tell me your task is done?{Question} It is. Does this mean the island's finally safe?DiMA: I believe it does.Y1a
16920102253CDiMA: It's a heavy burden, what we've done, but now the Nucleus, Far Harbor, and Acadia will all flourish. Together.{Trying to convince yourself just a little. / Neutral} It was the right thing to do.DiMA: It was necessary. Hope for a better future. That will be the judge of our actions.A1a
16930102253BDiMA: It's a heavy burden, what we've done, but now the Nucleus, Far Harbor, and Acadia will all flourish. Together.{You were just murdered someone at this person's request. / Disgust} You're a monster, DiMA. You know that?DiMA: I can live with that. Can you?B1a
16940102253ADiMA: It's a heavy burden, what we've done, but now the Nucleus, Far Harbor, and Acadia will all flourish. Together.{Neutral} Okay, okay. Now, let's talk about my reward.DiMA: You've certainly earned one. So, don't worry.X1a
169501022539DiMA: It's a heavy burden, what we've done, but now the Nucleus, Far Harbor, and Acadia will all flourish. Together.{You're talking about a fake "High Confessor" the two of you created. / Question} And you really believe you can trust the "High Confessor?"DiMA: I do. I've done this before, remember? *sad chuckle*Y1a
1696DLC03MQ06a_DiMATakesTapes01021280{Neutral} DiMA, I recovered the tapes from Martin's hideout.DiMA: Excellent. Yes. These look like they'll serve...A
169701037457DiMA: Once you're done, return here and we'll send the replacement on his way. Now, are you ready to begin?{Neutral} I'm ready.DiMA: Then I won't keep you any longer. Here, the tape. The fate of this island rests in our works.A1a
169801037456DiMA: Once you're done, return here and we'll send the replacement on his way. Now, are you ready to begin?{Neutral} I still need some time.DiMA: Very well. When you're ready to proceed, I'll be waiting.B1a
169901037455DiMA: Once you're done, return here and we'll send the replacement on his way. Now, are you ready to begin?{Neutral} How are preparations coming along with the replacement?DiMA: The initial stages have gone well, though the reduced time frame raises some concerns.X1a
170001037454DiMA: Once you're done, return here and we'll send the replacement on his way. Now, are you ready to begin?{Question} How should I earn Tektus' trust?DiMA: Prove your dedication to the family. Help when they ask. Show that the Children, and Tektus, can rely on you.Y1a
1701DLC03MQ06a_HighConfMartin01037D96HighConfessor: Ah, there you are. Now, Martin. Tell me what you found.{You're trying to convince someone you're about to kill to just walk away. / Stern} It's over, Tektus. DiMA sent me to kill you, and I will if I have to. But if you agree to leave for good, I'll let you live.HighConfessor: You're working for... you're not bluffing, are you?A1a
170201037D94HighConfessor: Ah, there you are. Now, Martin. Tell me what you found.{You're about to murder someone and want to make sure they don't have any nearby guards. They, however, don't know that. / Conspiratorial} And you're sure you weren't followed?HighConfessor: You needn't worry. Martin has no ears down here. Now, what can you tell me?X1a
170301037D93HighConfessor: Ah, there you are. Now, Martin. Tell me what you found.{Question} Why are you so afraid of Martin?HighConfessor: Afraid? It is not fear, child. Martin, he was the fearful one. Unwilling to stand up to Far Harbor, to fight for this land.Y1a
1704DLC03MQ06a_HighConfThreatens01037DA0HighConfessor: If you value your life, you will tell me everything you know about Martin's whereabouts.{You're trying to convince someone you're about to kill to just walk away. / Stern} It's over, Tektus. DiMA sent me to kill you, and I will if I have to. But if you and your men agree to leave the island for good, I'll let you live.HighConfessor: DiMA... leave? I... you're not bluffing.A1a
170501037D9FHighConfessor: If you value your life, you will tell me everything you know about Martin's whereabouts.{A threat. You're about to attack someone. / Stern} DiMA sends his regards.HighConfessor: DiMA? You traitorous...B1a
170601037D9EHighConfessor: If you value your life, you will tell me everything you know about Martin's whereabouts.{You're trying to cover your ass, as someone you're about to assassinate has shown up with guards. / Conspiratorial} High Confessor, please. The guards aren't necessary.HighConfessor: I beg to differ. You never know what manner of snakes one might encounter down here. Now cease stalling. Did Martin send you here? Tell me.X1a
170701037D9DHighConfessor: If you value your life, you will tell me everything you know about Martin's whereabouts.{Question} Why are you so afraid of Martin?HighConfessor: Afraid? Afraid! It is Martin who is the coward. Too weak to stand up to Far Harbor, to fight for our home.Y1a
1708-01022542{Neutral} It's done. The High Confessor's been replaced.
17090102254C{A tense negotiation. / Stern} I've got a better idea. You walk out of here, talk to no one, and leave this island for good and I won't kill you like DiMA sent me to.

DLC03MQElliePostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1710DLC03MQElliePostQuest_EllieScene1Wrapup0103DC2ENPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?{Confident} I tracked Kenji's daughter to a synth refuge up north near Far Harbor. She's back home, safe and sound.Ellie: That's great! We don't often get to bring people good news. It's a nice change of pace.A1a
1711NPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?{Confident} I tracked Kenji's daughter to a synth refuge up north near Far Harbor. She's made a life there. She ended up deciding to stay.Ellie: That's great! We don't often get to bring people good news. It's a nice change of pace.A2a
1712NPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?{Concerned} I tracked Kenji's daughter to a synth refuge up north near Far Harbor. But she didn't make it...Ellie: That's great! We don't often get to bring people good news. It's a nice change of pace.A3a
1713NPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?{Concerned} Their daughter was a synth. Tracked her down to a refuge up north near Far Harbor. I brought her home, but Kenji wouldn't accept her for what she was.Ellie: That's great! We don't often get to bring people good news. It's a nice change of pace.A4a
17140103DC2DNPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?Let's just say the case is closed, and leave it at that.Ellie: That bad, huh? All right. I'll just mark this down as closed and throw it in my "better left forgotten about" folder.B1a
17150103DC2CNPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?{Sarcastic} I have been declared King of Far Harbor! You may bow.Ellie: Oh boy... it's like that, is it? Why do I always get stuck with the smart-asses...X1a
17160103DC2BNPCFElliePerkins: You're back. How'd everything go with the Nakano case?{honest question / Puzzled} Take a guess? How do you think it went?Ellie: Well, you were away for a long time, and don't take this the wrong way, but you smell like the ocean.Y1a

DLC03MQNickPostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1717DLC03MQNickPostQuestScene01040DA4NPCMNickValentine: In this line of work, you have to expect the unexpected. Still, I've got to admit, I've never had a case quite like Kasumi's.{Friendly} It turned out to be quite an adventure.Nick: Yeah. A whole island trying to kill us. Here's hoping the next case just takes us to some dingy bar. I could use a slow one.A1a
171801040DA3NPCMNickValentine: In this line of work, you have to expect the unexpected. Still, I've got to admit, I've never had a case quite like Kasumi's.{Annoyed / Irritated} It was a lot more trouble than it was worth.Nick: It usually is.B1a
171901040DA2NPCMNickValentine: In this line of work, you have to expect the unexpected. Still, I've got to admit, I've never had a case quite like Kasumi's.{Sarcastic} I want overtime pay for this one, Nick.Nick: That makes two of us...X1a
172001040DA1NPCMNickValentine: In this line of work, you have to expect the unexpected. Still, I've got to admit, I've never had a case quite like Kasumi's.{Puzzled} Really? Never?Nick: Well, there was that time I got hired by someone who'd been frozen in a vault for 200 years. That one's been a doozy so far...Y1a

DLC03MQPostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1721DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiBranch1Main01034DCAKasumi: Everything in Acadia has been... settled. I found my answers. Maybe it's time I did something for someone else.{Concerned} You're right, Kasumi. They need you. Go home.Kasumi: I will... I'll start gathering my supplies and I'll have to say goodbye to everyone...A1a
172201034DC9Kasumi: Everything in Acadia has been... settled. I found my answers. Maybe it's time I did something for someone else.{Concerned} Kasumi. Please listen to me. You're not a synth. You're the real Kasumi. You're their daughter.Kasumi: That's the thing, isn't it? Now I'll never really know. That idea is always going to be there, somewhere in the back of my mind.B1a
172301034DC8Kasumi: Everything in Acadia has been... settled. I found my answers. Maybe it's time I did something for someone else.{Firm, but compassionate / Stern} You already made your decision by coming here, Kasumi. Acadia is your home now. Your family.Kasumi: You're right. I need to decide where I belong, and it's here.X1a
172401034DC7Kasumi: Everything in Acadia has been... settled. I found my answers. Maybe it's time I did something for someone else.{Puzzled} What are you talking about?Kasumi: I know the real Kasumi is dead. She was replaced with me. But do Kenji and Rei really need to know that? What if... we could be a family again?Y1a
1725DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiScene1Update010496D9DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: You're back. So, what did you find? Can we really trust DiMA, or is he hiding something?{Concerned} I'll sum it up. I found DiMA's earliest memories. He's killed before. He's manipulating the whole island.Kasumi: Dammit. I was hoping I was wrong. But I just knew there was something...A1a
1726DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: You're back. So, what did you find? Can we really trust DiMA, or is he hiding something?{Concerned} I'll sum it up. I found DiMA's earliest memories. He's manipulating the whole island.Kasumi: Dammit. I was hoping I was wrong. But I just knew there was something...A2a
1727010496D8DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: You're back. So, what did you find? Can we really trust DiMA, or is he hiding something?I haven't found anything yet.Kasumi: Please. Let me know when you've found something.B1a
1728010496D7DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: You're back. So, what did you find? Can we really trust DiMA, or is he hiding something?{Concerned} I found DiMA's earliest memories. He murdered and replaced someone in Far Harbor. Then he covered it up. Even hiding the knowledge of it from himself.Kasumi: Dammit. I was hoping I was wrong. But I just knew there was something...X1a
1729DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: You're back. So, what did you find? Can we really trust DiMA, or is he hiding something?{Concerned} I found DiMA's earliest memories. It sounds like he's taken some extreme steps to keep Far Harbor under control. I'm still looking into it.Kasumi: Dammit. I was hoping I was wrong. But I just knew there was something...X2a
1730010496D6DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: You're back. So, what did you find? Can we really trust DiMA, or is he hiding something?{Question} Do you really want to know?Kasumi: I left home and came a long way to find answers. I'm not stopping now. I'm done with having the truth hidden from me.Y1a
1731010496D1Player Default: Do you know why he did it?{Concerned} I think he just wants peace for everyone on the island, even if it means controlling them from the shadows.Kasumi: So he means the best? Should we... help him? Is Acadia worth saving? There's good people... synths... here...A1a
1732010496D0Player Default: Please. Let me know when you've found something.{Stern} Why does anyone do evil things? Because they can. Because it's easy.Kasumi: God... is Acadia even worth saving? The people... the synths, here... they haven't done anything wrong...B1a
1733010496CFPlayer Default: Do you know why he did it?I think he was desperate. He thought it was the only way.Kasumi: Has Acadia been a mistake this whole time? Is it worth saving? There are good people... synths... here...X1a
1734010496CEPlayer Default: Do you really want to know?{Question} Does it matter? Isn't knowing what he did enough?Kasumi: He's been hiding so much from us. God... is Acadia even worth saving? There are good people... synths... here...Y1a
1735010496C9Player Default: So he means the best? Should we... help him? Is Acadia worth saving? There's good people... synths... here...{Confident} Acadia is still an ideal worth protecting. I'll do everything I can.Kasumi: You're right. We have to see this through. Maybe you can use what you've found in DiMA's memories and convince the old synth to do what's right?A1a
1736010496C8Player Default: God... is Acadia even worth saving? The people... the synths, here... they haven't done anything wrong...{Stern} Acadia is going to burn, Kasumi. This can't continue.Kasumi: You're serious... but no one else here has done anything wrong!B1a
1737010496C7Player Default: Has Acadia been a mistake this whole time? Is it worth saving? There are good people... synths... here...I need to think this through, Kasumi.Kasumi: Yeah, we both do... Thank you for telling me the truth, at least.X1a
1738010496C6Player Default: He's been hiding so much from us. God... is Acadia even worth saving? There are good people... synths... here...You should head home, Kasumi. Back to the Commonwealth.Kasumi: I've been thinking about that, actually, but I need to see this through. There are synths here I care about.Y1a
1739DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiScene2Peace01034DCFDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: So it sounds like there's going to be peace on the island. It was you, wasn't it? You found a way to fix things.{Confident / Confident} It was the right thing to do.Kasumi: Can't believe people like you actually exist. Part of the reason I didn't trust DiMA was because he seemed too selfless, but you're just like him.A1a
174001034DCEDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: So it sounds like there's going to be peace on the island. It was you, wasn't it? You found a way to fix things.{Concerned} I just hope it lasts. Peace can be fragile.Kasumi: That's a good point. But at least now everyone has a chance, right?B1a
174101034DCDDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: So it sounds like there's going to be peace on the island. It was you, wasn't it? You found a way to fix things.{Tired} I'm just glad it's all over.Kasumi: No complaints here.X1a
174201034DCCDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: So it sounds like there's going to be peace on the island. It was you, wasn't it? You found a way to fix things.{Concerned} You been all right while I've been gone?Kasumi: Yeah, I have. I feel like a lot of weight has been lifted from my head.Y1a
1743DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiScene3CoADestroyed01037BE8DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: That explosion.... it was you, wasn't it? You used something in DiMA's memories to destroy the Children of Atom.{Confident} The island's going to be a lot safer with that cult gone.Kasumi: You're okay with that? Deciding who lives and who dies? I don't know if I could have made that choice.A1a
174401037BE7DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: That explosion.... it was you, wasn't it? You used something in DiMA's memories to destroy the Children of Atom.{Concerned} They wanted to destroy Far Harbor. Acadia could've been next.Kasumi: So you killed them all? God, was that the only answer?B1a
174501037BE5DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: That explosion.... it was you, wasn't it? You used something in DiMA's memories to destroy the Children of Atom.{Sarcastic / Sarcastic} Turns out atomic fire is great for camping. I roasted marshmallows.Kasumi: Nothing phases you, does it? It's all just one big joke? God, maybe that's for the best. Who else could've made that kind of decision?X1a
174601037BDDDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: That explosion.... it was you, wasn't it? You used something in DiMA's memories to destroy the Children of Atom.{Question} You're not actually upset that they're gone, are you?Kasumi: It's not that, it's just... all those people. They were crazy, but did they have to die? I guess it doesn't matter now...Y1a
1747DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiScene4FHDestroyed01037BDADLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: I heard about Far Harbor. It was you, wasn't it? You found something in DiMA's memories to turn off the Fog Condensers.{Concerned} I didn't have a choice. Far Harbor had to go.Kasumi: You're okay with that? Deciding who lives and who dies? I don't know if I could have made that choice.A1a
174801037BD9DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: I heard about Far Harbor. It was you, wasn't it? You found something in DiMA's memories to turn off the Fog Condensers.{Confident} I had to make a decision. I chose Atom.Kasumi: So it's the synths and Atom, alone on the island for who knows how long? Maybe that's for the best...B1a
174901037BD8DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: I heard about Far Harbor. It was you, wasn't it? You found something in DiMA's memories to turn off the Fog Condensers.{Sarcastic} It was just like a horror movie. Monsters Strike Far Harbor! Starring... a bunch of people who are dead now.Kasumi: Nothing phases you, does it? It's all just one big joke? God, maybe that's for the best. Who else could've made that kind of decision?X1a
175001037BD7DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: I heard about Far Harbor. It was you, wasn't it? You found something in DiMA's memories to turn off the Fog Condensers.{Question} You think I made the wrong decision?Kasumi: It's not that, it's just... all those people. Did they have to die? I guess it doesn't matter now...Y1a
1751DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiScene5BothDestroyed01037BCBDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Far Harbor and the Children of Atom. Gone. Acadia is almost all that's left of the island, now. Why did you do it?{Confident} It was only a matter of time before both groups turned on Acadia. I did what I had to.Kasumi: You're okay with that? Deciding who lives and who dies? I don't know if I could have made that choice.A1a
175201037BCADLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Far Harbor and the Children of Atom. Gone. Acadia is almost all that's left of the island, now. Why did you do it?{Confident} Far Harbor and the Children of Atom were both wrong. They were going to kill each other and drag everyone else into it.Kasumi: You're okay with that? Deciding who lives and who dies? I don't know if I could have made that choice.B1a
175301037BC9DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Far Harbor and the Children of Atom. Gone. Acadia is almost all that's left of the island, now. Why did you do it?{Sarcastic} I can't hear you over the sound of how satisfying it was to kill them all. Every. Single. One of them.Kasumi: Nothing phases you, does it? It's all just one big joke? God, maybe that's for the best. Who else could've made that kind of decision?X1a
175401037BC8DLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: Far Harbor and the Children of Atom. Gone. Acadia is almost all that's left of the island, now. Why did you do it?{Stern} Does it matter? It's done.Kasumi: You're okay with that? Deciding who lives and who dies? I don't know if I could have made that choice.Y1a
1755DLC03MQPostQuest_KasumiScene6DiMADead01037BFFDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: DiMA's gone. You found out the truth, and now he's paid for it. We... did the right thing. Didn't we?{Confident} He killed someone. He had to answer for that.Kasumi: You're right...A1a
175601037BFEDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: DiMA's gone. You found out the truth, and now he's paid for it. We... did the right thing. Didn't we?{Stern} It's not about right or wrong. We made decisions, just like he did. Now we have to live with it.Kasumi: *Sigh* God, this has all been so much more complicated than I expected...B1a
175701037BFDDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: DiMA's gone. You found out the truth, and now he's paid for it. We... did the right thing. Didn't we?{Concerned} I don't know. Sometimes there isn't a right answer...Kasumi: Yeah, I've been thinking the same thing a lot since this all started...X1a
175801037BFCDLC03FemaleKasumiNakano: DiMA's gone. You found out the truth, and now he's paid for it. We... did the right thing. Didn't we?{Concerned} What do you think? Did we?Kasumi: I don't know. All that's happened... I feel like everything's so much more complicated than I could have imagined...Y1a
1759DLC03MQPostQuest_NakanoBranch4Conclusion0103A464MisterNakano: I buried it all near the house. I'm not the explorer he was. I don't need them. I think they would be better with you.{Neutral} Thank you, Kenji.MisterNakano: You've earned it. You traveled far and back to get me answers.A1a
17600103A463MisterNakano: I buried it all near the house. I'm not the explorer he was. I don't need them. I think they would be better with you.You don't need to do that. You keep your father's collection for your family.MisterNakano: Thank you. Perhaps we'll need it someday. God knows plenty has happened to us already...B1a
17610103A462MisterNakano: I buried it all near the house. I'm not the explorer he was. I don't need them. I think they would be better with you.{pirate laugh at the end / Sarcastic} I get to dig up buried treasure? Yar har har!MisterNakano: Uh... yes... But you're not going to need a map or anything. I buried it. I know where it is.X1a
17620103A461MisterNakano: I buried it all near the house. I'm not the explorer he was. I don't need them. I think they would be better with you.{Question} What's in this collection?MisterNakano: Things he picked up out at sea or trading at different towns he visited. I never really sat down and looked through it all.Y1a
1763DLC03MQPostQuest_NakanoReunionScene020104B0BFMisterNakano: You. You saved my daughter. Thank you.{Friendly} Happy to do it, Kenji.MisterNakano: You don't often see kindness in the Commonwealth. I'll never forget this.A1a
17640104B0BEMisterNakano: You. You saved my daughter. Thank you.{stoic / Stern} Don't thank me. Just getting the job done.MisterNakano: I made the right decision sending you to find her.B1a
17650104B0BDMisterNakano: You. You saved my daughter. Thank you.{smug, with a wink / Amused} Time to pay up, Kenji.MisterNakano: Don't worry. You've earned it.X1a
17660104B0BCMisterNakano: You. You saved my daughter. Thank you.{Question} Are you all going to be okay, now?MisterNakano: Yes. You've made our family whole again.Y1a
17670104B0B7MisterNakano: It's okay, Kasumi. You're home now.{Concerned} Listen to Kasumi next time, Kenji. Don't just try to keep her safe. Talk to her.MisterNakano: I know... I will... I was holding on so tightly I almost lost her...A1a
17680104B0B6MisterNakano: It's okay, Kasumi. You're home now.{emphasis on "is" - Kasumi really IS a synth} Kenji, it's not true. Kasumi really is a synth. She replaced your daughter.MisterNakano: What!? What are you saying?B1a
17690104B0B5MisterNakano: It's okay, Kasumi. You're home now.{sympathetic, speaking from your own experience / Sad} Hold on to her, Kenji. You never know when your family is going to be taken from you...MisterNakano: I'm glad you understand. It's a terrible world out there... We only have each other.X1a
17700104B0B4MisterNakano: It's okay, Kasumi. You're home now.{Concerned} Do you folks need a minute?MisterNakano: No. We'll have plenty of time to talk, now. We shouldn't keep you.Y1a
1771DLC03MQPostQuest_NakanoReunionScene030104B0AAKasumi: Why are you doing this? I told you I made a decision. I came home. Can't that be the end of it?{Stern} They need to accept you for who you are.A1a
17720104B0A9Kasumi: Why are you doing this? I told you I made a decision. I came home. Can't that be the end of it?You're right. This isn't any of my business.B1a
17730104B0A8Kasumi: Why are you doing this? I told you I made a decision. I came home. Can't that be the end of it?{Stern} They have a right to know.X1a
17740104B0A7Kasumi: Why are you doing this? I told you I made a decision. I came home. Can't that be the end of it?{Question} This is really what you want?Kasumi: Yes! Isn't that why you came after me? To bring me home? Well, I'm home. That's the only thing that matters.Y1a
1775DLC03MQPostQuest_NakanoReunionScene03A0104B0A5MisterNakano: You heard me. You've been lying to us this whole time? My real daughter is dead? Get out of here. Never come back.{Concerned} Kenji, listen to me. She's not to blame for this. Give her a chance. She's lost everything, too.MisterNakano: We've been through... so much...A1a
17760104B0A4MisterNakano: You heard me. You've been lying to us this whole time? My real daughter is dead? Get out of here. Never come back.It's your decision, Kenji.B1a
17770104B0A3MisterNakano: You heard me. You've been lying to us this whole time? My real daughter is dead? Get out of here. Never come back.{Concerned} She's still your daughter, Kenji. She might be a synth, but you and Rei both loved her like one of your own. And she loved you back. You know that.MisterNakano: I... I don't know what to do...X1a
17780104B0A2MisterNakano: You heard me. You've been lying to us this whole time? My real daughter is dead? Get out of here. Never come back.{Question} You're just going to kick her out?MisterNakano: If she's not my daughter, she doesn't belong here.Y1a
1779DLC03MQPostQuest_NakanoScene1KasumiDead01034DD4{Concerned} Mister Nakano. I have bad news. Kasumi... She... She didn't make it.MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! What happened? What did they do to my little girl?A
17800103A498MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! What happened? What did they do to my little girl?{Concerned} That synth colony she ran away to was attacked. They didn't stand a chance.MisterNakano: Oh god. I knew it. They lured her away, and now she's dead...A1a
17810103A497MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! What happened? What did they do to my little girl?{Concerned} Those synths she ran away to find are the reason your daughter is dead. You were right to be worried, Kenji.MisterNakano: It's everything I was afraid of. They lured her away, and now she's gone...B1a
17820103A496MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! What happened? What did they do to my little girl?You don't want to know the details, Kenji. I'm sorry.MisterNakano: God... Our Kasumi... our little girl... It's everything I was afraid of...X1a
17830103A495MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! What happened? What did they do to my little girl?{Concerned} Do you really want to know, Kenji?MisterNakano: God... Our Kasumi... our little girl... It's everything I was afraid of...Y1a
17840103A45BMisterNakano: She died over all this nonsense about being a synth. Tell me it wasn't true. Tell me she was still my daughter.{Concerned} Kasumi was human. You have my word.MisterNakano: *deep breathe* Thank you...A1a
17850103A45AMisterNakano: She died over all this nonsense about being a synth. Tell me it wasn't true. Tell me she was still my daughter.{Concerned} I don't have any proof either way.MisterNakano: So we just have to wonder? Did she die up North, or did she die here a long time ago. Taken and... replaced...B1a
17860103A459MisterNakano: She died over all this nonsense about being a synth. Tell me it wasn't true. Tell me she was still my daughter.{Concerned} She was a synth, Kenji. She replaced your real daughter.MisterNakano: No... No it isn't true... Oh god... How long was I worried about that... thing, when the real Kasumi was already dead?X1a
17870103A458MisterNakano: She died over all this nonsense about being a synth. Tell me it wasn't true. Tell me she was still my daughter.{Concerned} Does it really matter, Kenji?MisterNakano: My daughter is dead. Oh god...Y1a
1788DLC03MQPostQuest _NakanoScene4KasumiStaying01034DD4Mister Nakano. Kasumi isn't coming home. She's staying with the synths up North.MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! You left her there?A
17890104DFD8MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! You left her there?{Confident} I did everything I could to make she sure was safe, Kenji. She'll be fine.MisterNakano: You're sure? It's just... all this nonsense about her being a synth. She doesn't still think she's one of them, does she?A1a
17900104DFD7MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! You left her there?{Angry} For god's sakes, get over it Kenji. She was going to leave home at some point.MisterNakano: I know that! Wouldn't you be worried if it was your child? Trust me, it doesn't matter how old they get...B1a
17910104DFD6MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! You left her there?She made a choice, Kenji.MisterNakano: But why wouldn't she come home? She doesn't still think she's a synth, does she?X1a
17920104DFD5MisterNakano: What? I hired you to find her, to bring her back safely! You left her there?{Stern} What else could I do, Kenji? Drag her back?MisterNakano: No, of course not! I just... want to know she's safe...Y1a
17930104B118Player Default: You're sure? It's just... all this nonsense about her being a synth. She doesn't still think she's one of them, does she?{Confident} I'm sorry, Kenji, but it's true. She's a synth. Your real daughter was replaced at some point.MisterNakano: No... No it isn't true... Oh god... How long was I worried about that... thing, when the real Kasumi was already dead?A1a
17940104B117Player Default: But maybe you're right... It's just... all this nonsense about her being a synth. She doesn't still think she's one of them, does she?She's not a synth, but she has people there she cares about.MisterNakano: So Rei was right. Kasumi needed to make her own life. Away from us.B1a
17950104B116Player Default: But why wouldn't she come home? She doesn't still think she's a synth, does she?There's no way I can prove it either way, Kenji. All I know is that she decided to stay. She has people there she cares about.MisterNakano: So Rei was right. Kasumi needed to make her own life. Away from us.X1a
17960104B115Player Default: Why did she decide to stay? She doesn't still think she's a synth, does she?{Question} Does it matter, Kenji? She's staying. She has people there she cares about.MisterNakano: So Rei was right. Kasumi needed to make her own life. Away from us.Y1a

DLC03NickSceneDiMADeadEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1797DLC03NickSceneDiMADeadScene0104B32ENPCMNickValentine: So... DiMA is dead. After all that talk about trying to accept him as family, we end up getting him killed anyway.{Concerned} I'm sorry things worked out this way, Nick.Nick: Thanks. I'm glad you care that much at least. It's just... it hurts more this time around. This was close to home.A1a
17980104B32DNPCMNickValentine: So... DiMA is dead. After all that talk about trying to accept him as family, we end up getting him killed anyway.{Stern} He deserved what happened to him, Nick.Nick: Yeah, well, that's just what we have to tell ourselves now, isn't it? So we can keep going even though we always seem to end up hurting people.B1a
17990104B32CNPCMNickValentine: So... DiMA is dead. After all that talk about trying to accept him as family, we end up getting him killed anyway.{Sarcastic} On the bright side, you get to continue your "alas, I'm the only prototype synth" routine.Nick: You know, why don't you just shut the hell up for once? I swear you care more about sounding smart sometimes than you do about who has to listen to it.X1a
18000104B32BNPCMNickValentine: So... DiMA is dead. After all that talk about trying to accept him as family, we end up getting him killed anyway.{Concerned} You gonna be all right?Nick: No. No I don't think I will be. Don't get me wrong. I've taken a lot of knocks, but this one hit a little too close to home.Y1a

DLC03WorkshopParentEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1801DLC03WorkshopParentAttackGratitudeScene01048E34FemaleEvenToned: Thanks for the help.{Friendly} I'm glad I was able to help.GratefulNPC: We certainly appreciate the help, especially from a mainlander.A1a
180201048E33FemaleEvenToned: Thanks for the help.{Stern} Good riddance to that scum.GratefulNPC: You're right about that.B1a
1803FemaleEvenToned: Thanks for the help.{Stern} Nothing good comes out of the Fog.GratefulNPC: You're right about that.B2a
180401048E32FemaleEvenToned: Thanks for the help.{Neutral} Don't mention it.GratefulNPC: All right then.X1a
180501048E31FemaleEvenToned: Thanks for the help.{Question} Are you going to be okay now?GratefulNPC: I don't think they'll be bothering us again for a while.Y1a
1806DLC03WorkshopParentNewSettlerIntro0104D3D3{Friendly} Here, I'll show you.A1a
18070104D3D2Not now.B1a
18080104D3D0{Question} Anything you need?Y1a
1809-01043FE8{Friendly / Friendly} Got everything you need?

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1810DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned01Intro0103EF0E{Confident} I've already repaired them all.SettlementSpokesman: Oh, that's good to hear. Thanks!A1a
1811{Confident} I'll help you repair them.SettlementSpokesman: Oh, that's good to hear. Thanks!A2a
18120103EF0D{Apologetic} Sorry, I can't help right now.SettlementSpokesman: Okay, I guess we're on our own, then.B1a
18130103EF0C{Question} How do we fix them?SettlementSpokesman: Probably just broken wiring. A little spot welding is usually all it takes. If you watch my back, I can do the repairs.X1a
18140103EF0B{Puzzled} How exactly do the Fog Condensers keep you safe?SettlementSpokesman: The island creatures are territorial, and the Fog is their territory.Y1a

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1815DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned02IntroScene010409D0SettlementSpokesman: Finally figured out where they're coming from at least. We could use some help clearing them out. What do you say?{Confident} Of course.SettlementSpokesman: Alright then. I can show you the way, if you want some company.A1a
1816010409CFSettlementSpokesman: Finally figured out where they're coming from at least. We could use some help clearing them out. What do you say?{Apologetic} I can't help you with that.SettlementSpokesman: Ok, then. I'll just have to take care of it myself.B1a
1817010409CESettlementSpokesman: Finally figured out where they're coming from at least. We could use some help clearing them out. What do you say?{Confident} Just point me to them.SettlementSpokesman: Actually, I'd be glad to show you the way. I owe those green bastards some payback.X1a
1818010409CDSettlementSpokesman: Finally figured out where they're coming from at least. We could use some help clearing them out. What do you say?{Question} Where's their hideout?SettlementSpokesman: It's not far. I can come along and show you the way, if you want.Y1a
1819010409C8Player Default: Alright then. I can show you the way, if you want some company.{Happy} No need to worry. I already took care of those uglies.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.A1a
1820Player Default: Alright then. I can show you the way, if you want some company.{Happy} Lead the way.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.A2a
1821010409C7Player Default: Ok, then. I'll just have to take care of it myself.{Confident} Those uglies are yesterday's news.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.B1a
1822Player Default: Ok, then. I'll just have to take care of it myself.{Confident} I'd rather go alone.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.B2a
1823010409C6Player Default: Actually, I'd be glad to show you the way. I owe those green bastards some payback.{Neutral} I've already dealt with those Super Mutants.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.X1a
1824Player Default: Actually, I'd be glad to show you the way. I owe those green bastards some payback.{Neutral} Suit yourself.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.X2a
1825010409C5Player Default: It's not far. I can come along and show you the way, if you want.{Concerned} Are you sure you want to tangle with Super Mutants?SettlementSpokesman: I'd rather take the fight to them for once.Y1a
1826DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned02OutroScene010409D5{SinisterSmile} Those Super Mutants won't be bothering you anytime soon.SettlementSpokesman: That's good to hear. We've got enough trouble around here without having to deal with Super Mutants on top of it.A

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned03Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1827DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned03AttackDoneScene010409C3SettlementSpokesman: I know where they came from. I'll come with you and help wipe them out.{Confident} I'm glad to have your help.SettlementSpokesman: Let's get this over with. Follow me.A1a
1828010409C2SettlementSpokesman: I know where they came from. I'll come with you and help wipe them out.{Confident} I don't need any help. I'll take care of them myself.SettlementSpokesman: If that's how you want to handle it. I'll stay here and keep an eye out for any stragglers.B1a
1829010409C1SettlementSpokesman: I know where they came from. I'll come with you and help wipe them out.{Neutral} Sure, you can come along if you want.SettlementSpokesman: Let's get this over with. Follow me.X1a
1830010409C0SettlementSpokesman: I know where they came from. I'll come with you and help wipe them out.{Question} You're not scared to go up against a whole gang of Trappers?SettlementSpokesman: Not with you along. I've seen what you can do to Trappers.Y1a
18310103EF1DSettlementSpokesman: We need to deal with those scum once and for all.{Confident} Don't worry. I've already taken care of them.SettlementSpokesman: Damn glad to hear it. A good day's work, then.A1a
1832SettlementSpokesman: We need to deal with those scum once and for all.{Confident} I'll find them and wipe them out.SettlementSpokesman: Damn glad to hear it. A good day's work, then.A2a
18330103EF1CSettlementSpokesman: We need to deal with those scum once and for all.{SinisterSmile} Already done. Those Trappers are history.SettlementSpokesman: Damn glad to hear it. A good day's work, then.B1a
1834SettlementSpokesman: We need to deal with those scum once and for all.{SinisterSmile} I'll teach those Trappers not to mess with my friends.SettlementSpokesman: Damn glad to hear it. A good day's work, then.B2a
18350103EF1BSettlementSpokesman: We need to deal with those scum once and for all.{Neutral} I've already cleared out that place.SettlementSpokesman: Damn glad to hear it. A good day's work, then.X1a
18360103EF1ASettlementSpokesman: We need to deal with those scum once and for all.{Question} You know where these Trappers came from?SettlementSpokesman: Oh yeah. It's not exactly a secret.Y1a
1837DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned03IntroScene01039957SettlementSpokesman: We've seen Trappers nearby! I'm sure they're getting ready to attack.{Confident} I've got your back, don't worry.SettlementSpokesman: Good! Those bastards aren't getting us!A1a
183801039956SettlementSpokesman: We've seen Trappers nearby! I'm sure they're getting ready to attack.{Apologetic} I can't help you. You're on your own.SettlementSpokesman: I didn't really expect you to help.B1a
183901039955SettlementSpokesman: We've seen Trappers nearby! I'm sure they're getting ready to attack.{Confident} Calm down. We can deal with Trappers.SettlementSpokesman: You're right. We can do this.X1a
184001039954SettlementSpokesman: We've seen Trappers nearby! I'm sure they're getting ready to attack.{Confident} I'll see about building more defenses before they get here.SettlementSpokesman: Good idea.Y1a
1841DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned03OutroScene0103995D{Stern} I took care of those Trappers for you.SettlementSpokesman: Good. Nothing else to do with scum like that.A

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned04Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1842DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned04Intro01040A91SettlementSpokesman: It'd be real dangerous if it wandered into the settlement. But it's also the biggest jackpot on the island, if we can take it down.{Puzzled} Oh, I think I already killed that crab.SettlementSpokesman: Took it out by yourself, eh? Not bad.A1a
1843SettlementSpokesman: It'd be real dangerous if it wandered into the settlement. But it's also the biggest jackpot on the island, if we can take it down.{Confident} Let's do it.SettlementSpokesman: Took it out by yourself, eh? Not bad.A2a
184401040A90SettlementSpokesman: It'd be real dangerous if it wandered into the settlement. But it's also the biggest jackpot on the island, if we can take it down.{Stern} I think it'd be better to leave it alone.SettlementSpokesman: Alright, if you say so.B1a
184501040A8FSettlementSpokesman: It'd be real dangerous if it wandered into the settlement. But it's also the biggest jackpot on the island, if we can take it down.{Apologetic} Too late, I already killed it.SettlementSpokesman: Took it out by yourself, eh? Not bad.X1a
1846SettlementSpokesman: It'd be real dangerous if it wandered into the settlement. But it's also the biggest jackpot on the island, if we can take it down.{Neutral} Sure, why not.SettlementSpokesman: Took it out by yourself, eh? Not bad.X2a
184701040A8ESettlementSpokesman: It'd be real dangerous if it wandered into the settlement. But it's also the biggest jackpot on the island, if we can take it down.{Question} You have giant hermit crabs on this island?SettlementSpokesman: Oh, yeah. Tricky devils, they like to hide inside old vans. Can give you a nasty surprise if you aren't paying attention.Y1a

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1848DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned 05LongfellowIntro01043FE5OldLongfellow: I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.{Confident} No time like the present. Let's find her.OldLongfellow: I wish you better luck than I've had.A2a
1849OldLongfellow: I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.{Confident} Someone's sighted her. I was just on my way to try to track her down.OldLongfellow: I wish you better luck than I've had.A3a
1850OldLongfellow: I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.{Friendly} I'll be sure to let you know if I run across her.OldLongfellow: I wish you better luck than I've had.A4a
185101043FE4OldLongfellow: I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.{Disbelief} I can't believe you've spent years tracking down a Fog Crawler.OldLongfellow: I wouldn't expect a mainlander to understand.B1a
185201043FE3OldLongfellow: I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.{Surprised} It's the Fog Crawler! The great white Fog... nope, just a plain, ordinary old Fog Crawler.OldLongfellow: Have your fun. You'll be laughin' out the other side of your face if you meet Shipbreaker in the Fog.X1a
185301043FE2OldLongfellow: I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.{Puzzled} I didn't really understand how you can track this Fog Crawler with a radio.OldLongfellow: Well, it started when I noticed people's radios weren't workin' right when I was checkin' out a sightin' of her.Y1a
1854DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned 05LongfellowOutroSolo01046354{Friendly} No need to worry about Shipbreaker any more. She's dead.OldLongfellow: About damn time that monster met her end.A1a
185501046353{Disgust} I just killed Shipbreaker on my first try. You're not much of a hunter, are you?OldLongfellow: Ever heard of beginner's luck? Haha. Aw, hell, I don't begrudge you your pride. If you took down that monster, you've earned it.B1a
185601046352{Confident} I took care of Shipbreaker for you.OldLongfellow: Did you now? That's damned impressive, especially for a mainlander.X1a
185701046351{Question} Why is tracking down this Fog Crawler so important to you?OldLongfellow: She's not like an ordinary beast. She's vicious, and kills for no good reason.Y1a
1858DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned 05LongfellowScene01043FDAOldLongfellow: What do you want to know?{Neutral} No, not yet.OldLongfellow: Alright. I can wait as long as it takes.B1a
185901043FD9OldLongfellow: What do you want to know?{Puzzled} I was wondering how she got the name "Shipbreaker"?OldLongfellow: Well, that goes back a few years. I started hearin' reports of people's boats being attacked by a Fog Crawler.X1a
186001043FD8OldLongfellow: What do you want to know?{Puzzled} I don't really understand how you can track this Fog Crawler with a radio.OldLongfellow: Well, it started when I noticed people's radios weren't workin' right when I was checkin' out a sightin' of her.Y1a
1861DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned 05LongfellowSighting01043FD2OldLongfellow: I'd love to come help you track her. She's taken more than a few friends of mine over the years.{Friendly} Let's track her together.OldLongfellow: I'll follow your lead.A1a
186201043FD1OldLongfellow: I'd love to come help you track her. She's taken more than a few friends of mine over the years.{Neutral} I don't need your help.OldLongfellow: Good luck. You'll need it.B1a
186301043FD0OldLongfellow: I'd love to come help you track her. She's taken more than a few friends of mine over the years.{Neutral} Maybe next time.OldLongfellow: You go up against Shipbreaker by yourself, an' there might not be a next time.X1a
1864-01043FE7{Question} I hear that you've been trying for years to track down an ancient Fog Crawler.
1865{Friendly} You'll be glad to hear that Shipbreaker is dead.
1866{Friendly} You can rest easy now that Shipbreaker is dead.
1867{Question} I wanted to talk to you about Shipbreaker.

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05StarterEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1868DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05StarterFirstIntro01040BF6SettlementSpokesman: He calls her "Shipbreaker". Been tracking her for years, but so far she's been too wily to catch.{Confident} Just tell me how to find this "Shipbreaker", and I'll take care of her.SettlementSpokesman: Well... it may not be as simple as all that.A1a
186901040BF5SettlementSpokesman: He calls her "Shipbreaker". Been tracking her for years, but so far she's been too wily to catch.{Irritated} I don't know what you're talking about, and I don't care.SettlementSpokesman: Suit yourself.B1a
187001040BF4SettlementSpokesman: He calls her "Shipbreaker". Been tracking her for years, but so far she's been too wily to catch.{Puzzled} I've never heard of this "Shipbreaker".SettlementSpokesman: Haven't heard of her yet? The biggest and meanest Fog Crawler on the island. Wiliest one, too.X1a
187101040BF3SettlementSpokesman: He calls her "Shipbreaker". Been tracking her for years, but so far she's been too wily to catch.{Question} How do you know this thing is nearby?SettlementSpokesman: Old Longfellow eventually noticed that when this monster is close, radios go kind of haywire.Y1a