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MQ00MamaMurphyEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1MQ00MamaMurphy_Chair00184DDCNPCFMamaMurphy: Got a favor to ask ya, kid. I know it's silly, but I need a chair. Something with a nicer fit for these old bones. Can you do that for me?{Friendly} Sure. Be glad to help.MamaMurphy: Thank you.A1a
200184DDBNPCFMamaMurphy: Got a favor to ask ya, kid. I know it's silly, but I need a chair. Something with a nicer fit for these old bones. Can you do that for me?{Irritated} Really don't have time.MamaMurphy: Ah, that's okay. But I can't really concentrate enough these days unless I'm comfortable. So if you need the Sight again, I'm gonna need that chair.B1a
300184DDANPCFMamaMurphy: Got a favor to ask ya, kid. I know it's silly, but I need a chair. Something with a nicer fit for these old bones. Can you do that for me?We'll see.MamaMurphy: Don't need the Sight to know that's a "maybe." Take your time. I'll be able to help you more once I can sit down.X1a
400184DD9NPCFMamaMurphy: Got a favor to ask ya, kid. I know it's silly, but I need a chair. Something with a nicer fit for these old bones. Can you do that for me?{honest question, not accusatory / Puzzled} Can't you just use any chair?MamaMurphy: The Sight's been real exhausting lately. Got aches and pains, even when I'm lying down.Y1a
5MQ00MamaMurphy_NoMoreChems0018331F{persuading Mama Murphy to get off chems / Concerned} The Sight isn't worth killing yourself over, Mama Murphy. It doesn't have to define what you are, or what you can give.MamaMurphy: All right, kid. You got me. If me hanging around for a little longer is worth that much to ya, then I'll go clean. No more chems. No more Sight.A1a
60018331E{threatening Mama Murphy in order to get her off chems / Stern} I told you no! You're going off this junk. Now. Or you're going to answer to me.MamaMurphy: Easy there, kid... You win. Ole' Mama Murphy will get clean. Just put away the scary eyes.B1a
70018331DYou're right. Using chems is your choice.MamaMurphy: Damn right it is.X1a
80018331C{honest question} Isn't there any way you can use the Sight without chems?MamaMurphy: Let me tell you a story, kid. Once, there was beautiful young girl, with a special power. Used to get in all kinds of crazy adventures.Y1a
9MQ00MamaMurphy_Scene01001826A0NPCFMamaMurphy: Sanctuary. I knew you'd join us here, kid. Your energy is tied to this place.{Somber} I used to live here. A long time ago.MamaMurphy: Ah, but the distant past ain't so distant for you. I saw you leave that ice box. This whole world is like some bad dream you can't wake up from, isn't it?A1a
100018269FNPCFMamaMurphy: Sanctuary. I knew you'd join us here, kid. Your energy is tied to this place.{Stern} Stop it. That's none of your business.MamaMurphy: Sorry. I know to you it's private, but for me I can see it plain as day. You leaving that ice box. Waking up in a world that's not yours.B1a
110018269ENPCFMamaMurphy: Sanctuary. I knew you'd join us here, kid. Your energy is tied to this place.{Sarcastic} I hope the color of my energy is blue.MamaMurphy: Ha ha. That's good. Humor's a good way to cope. 'Cause this world ain't yours is it? I saw you leave that ice box.X1a
120018269DNPCFMamaMurphy: Sanctuary. I knew you'd join us here, kid. Your energy is tied to this place.My energy? What do you mean?MamaMurphy: Thought I told you before, kid. I saw you leave that ice box. I know your pain. This world, it's not yours, but here you are.Y1a
1300182696MamaMurphy: The Sight can help you, kid. It always has answers. Just gotta bring me some Jet, so I can see what it wants to tell you.Here. Already have some.MamaMurphy: Like a little kick yourself, huh? This'll do. Now let me ride the high to where the Sight wants to take me.A1a
14MamaMurphy: The Sight can help you, kid. It always has answers. Just gotta bring me some Jet, so I can see what it wants to tell you.{Friendly} I'll see if I can find some.MamaMurphy: Like a little kick yourself, huh? This'll do. Now let me ride the high to where the Sight wants to take me.A2a
1500182694MamaMurphy: The Sight can help you, kid. It always has answers. Just gotta bring me some Jet, so I can see what it wants to tell you.Maybe. Let me think it over.MamaMurphy: Well, ain't like I'm going anywhere. The Sight will be here when you need it.X1a
1600182693MamaMurphy: The Sight can help you, kid. It always has answers. Just gotta bring me some Jet, so I can see what it wants to tell you.What's Jet?MamaMurphy: It's a little inhaler that packs a big kick. They say it makes you move faster, but at my age, it's more of a quick rush.Y1a
17MQ00MamaMurphy_SightBuffout0018515BNPCFMamaMurphy: We're gonna need a heavy hitter for the Sight to keep working, kid. Buffout ought to do it.{handing over some Buffout} Here. Go easy.MamaMurphy: *cough* Wow. Forgot how strong that stuff is. Whew. Okay... here it comes...A1a
18NPCFMamaMurphy: We're gonna need a heavy hitter for the Sight to keep working, kid. Buffout ought to do it.{saying you'll go get some Buffout} I'll find some.MamaMurphy: *cough* Wow. Forgot how strong that stuff is. Whew. Okay... here it comes...A2a
1900185159NPCFMamaMurphy: We're gonna need a heavy hitter for the Sight to keep working, kid. Buffout ought to do it.Not right now, Mama Murphy.MamaMurphy: Anytime you need it, kid. Up to you.X1a
2000185158NPCFMamaMurphy: We're gonna need a heavy hitter for the Sight to keep working, kid. Buffout ought to do it.{honest question} Buffout now?MamaMurphy: Surprised a frail thing like me wants a muscle chem? What if I told you I used to pack a pair of arms thicker than both your fists put together?Y1a
21MQ00MamaMurphy_SightJet00184729NPCFMamaMurphy: Got that Jet we talked about, kid?Here. One hit of Jet.MamaMurphy: You did good. Now let me ride the high to where the Sight wants to take me.A1a
2200184727NPCFMamaMurphy: Got that Jet we talked about, kid?Still looking.MamaMurphy: All right. I'll keep waiting.X1a
2300184726NPCFMamaMurphy: Got that Jet we talked about, kid?Why did you need Jet again?MamaMurphy: It's a little inhaler that packs a big kick. They say it makes you move faster, but at my age, it's more of a quick rush.Y1a
24MQ00MamaMurphy_SightMedX00185163NPCFMamaMurphy: Come back for the Sight? I need Med-X this time. Another chem, another window to look through.{handing over some Med-X} Yeah. Here you go.MamaMurphy: Oooh... It just makes everything feel good, don't it? I'm starting to see clearly...A1a
25NPCFMamaMurphy: Come back for the Sight? I need Med-X this time. Another chem, another window to look through.{saying you'll go get some Med-X} Med-X, huh? Okay.MamaMurphy: Oooh... It just makes everything feel good, don't it? I'm starting to see clearly...A2a
2600185162NPCFMamaMurphy: Come back for the Sight? I need Med-X this time. Another chem, another window to look through.{refusing to give Mama Murphy chems / Stern} No. You're an addict. You need help.MamaMurphy: Oh not this again. Kid. Listen to me. I'm old. Even older than you'd think. If the chems are gonna kill me, then I say I've had a good run.B1a
27NPCFMamaMurphy: Come back for the Sight? I need Med-X this time. Another chem, another window to look through.{refusing to give Mama Murphy chems / Stern} You need to stop using chems. I'm serious.MamaMurphy: Oh not this again. Kid. Listen to me. I'm old. Even older than you'd think. If the chems are gonna kill me, then I say I've had a good run.B2a
2800185161NPCFMamaMurphy: Come back for the Sight? I need Med-X this time. Another chem, another window to look through.Maybe some other time.MamaMurphy: It's always here if you need it.X1a
2900185160NPCFMamaMurphy: Come back for the Sight? I need Med-X this time. Another chem, another window to look through.{honest question} Why Med-X?MamaMurphy: It's what the Sight wants. Med-X is a painkiller. Strips away a lot of feeling and let's you float out into the mystery of it all.Y1a
30MQ00MamaMurphy_SightMentats00184E7ANPCFMamaMurphy: You need the Sight? It's telling me Mentats will give us the right high for another insight into your destiny.{handing over some Mentats} Here you go.MamaMurphy: Ah, that's it. I can feel the Sight opening up...A1a
31NPCFMamaMurphy: You need the Sight? It's telling me Mentats will give us the right high for another insight into your destiny.{saying you'll go get some Mentats} Mentats. Got it.MamaMurphy: Ah, that's it. I can feel the Sight opening up...A2a
3200184E78NPCFMamaMurphy: You need the Sight? It's telling me Mentats will give us the right high for another insight into your destiny.Maybe later.MamaMurphy: It's always here if you need it.X1a
3300184E77NPCFMamaMurphy: You need the Sight? It's telling me Mentats will give us the right high for another insight into your destiny.{honest question} So it's Mentats this time?MamaMurphy: They're good. More of a chem for scientists and tech types. But who's to say ole' Mama Murphy ain't a closet genius? He he he.Y1a
34MQ00MamaMurphy_SightPsycho00185153NPCFMamaMurphy: Ready for the Sight again, kid? Usually like mixing Psycho in with something else, but I'll need it straight this time.{handing over some Psycho} I've got it.MamaMurphy: Oh lord... That's pure... Gonna be an interesting trip...A1a
35NPCFMamaMurphy: Ready for the Sight again, kid? Usually like mixing Psycho in with something else, but I'll need it straight this time.{saying you'll go get some Psycho} I'll look for some.MamaMurphy: Oh lord... That's pure... Gonna be an interesting trip...A2a
3600185151NPCFMamaMurphy: Ready for the Sight again, kid? Usually like mixing Psycho in with something else, but I'll need it straight this time.Maybe we should do this later.MamaMurphy: If you think so, kid.X1a
3700185150NPCFMamaMurphy: Ready for the Sight again, kid? Usually like mixing Psycho in with something else, but I'll need it straight this time.{honest question} Psycho? Is that safe?MamaMurphy: No. But don't worry. *cough* Old Mama Murphy can handle a little pre-war, military-grade combat stim.Y1a

MQ101Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
38MQ101_001_MirrorScene000A8ADDPlayer Default: War never changes...{supportive / Impressed} You're gonna knock 'em dead at the Veteran's Hall tonight, hon.Player Default: You think?A1a
39000A8ADAPlayer Default: You think?{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Absolutely. Now get ready and stop hogging the mirror...Player Default: Right.A1a
40MQ101_004_ShaunCries0019C049BabyActivator: *baby crying*{Codsworth has just gone to check on baby Shaun} *chuckle* You know, I was nervous at first, but Codsworth's really good with Shaun.A1a
41MQ101_005_Doorbell000ABF77Can you get that? It's probably that salesman. He comes for you every day.A1a
42MQ101_005_DoorbellRepeat00192D8B{playful banter to spouse, salesman keeps ringing the door / Amused} Come on, just answer the door, and he'll go away.A2a
43{playful banter to spouse, salesman keeps ringing the door / Amused} You know he's not gonna give up...A3a
44{touch of concern, player is just standing there / Question} Honey... do you mind getting the door?A4a
45{touch of concern, player is just standing there / Question} Are you gonna get the door?A5a
46MQ101_006_VaultTecRep000EAEA5VaultTecRep: I'm here today to tell you that because of your family's service to our country, you have been pre-selected for entrance into the local Vault. Vault 111.{sincere, friendly} Sounds great.VaultTecRep: Oh, it is. Believe you me. Now, you're already cleared for entrance, in the unforeseen event of *ahem*...total atomic annihilation.A1a
47000EAEA4VaultTecRep: I'm here today to tell you that because of your family's service to our country, you have been pre-selected for entrance into the local Vault. Vault 111.{annoyed, impatient} Ugh. Just... go away.VaultTecRep: Won't take but a moment! We do need to verify some information. To make sure you're cleared for entrance, in the unforeseen event of *ahem*...total atomic annihilation.B2a
48000EAEA3VaultTecRep: I'm here today to tell you that because of your family's service to our country, you have been pre-selected for entrance into the local Vault. Vault 111.Look, I'm really busy...VaultTecRep: Oh of course, of course. This won't take but a moment. It's just a matter of verifying some information.X2a
49000EAEA2VaultTecRep: I'm here today to tell you that because of your family's service to our country, you have been pre-selected for entrance into the local Vault. Vault 111.{Puzzled} But I have a family. You can fit us all, right?VaultTecRep: Of course. Of course! Minus your robot, naturally. In fact, you're already cleared for entrance. It's just a matter of verifying some information.Y2a
50000ABF72VaultTecRep: Good morning! Vault-Tec calling!Good morning.VaultTecRep: Isn't it? Just look at the sky out there! *clears throat*A1a
51000ABF71VaultTecRep: Good morning! Vault-Tec calling!No offense... but no soliciting.VaultTecRep: Oh, no worries, sir. No worries at all! I'm not selling anything. Not today.B2a
52000ABF70VaultTecRep: Good morning! Vault-Tec calling!Go on.VaultTecRep: Nice to find you sir!X1a
53000ABF6FVaultTecRep: Good morning! Vault-Tec calling!Vault-Tec? Remind me again.VaultTecRep: Why we're about you, sir! And helping secure your future. You see, Vault-Tec is the foremost builder of state-of-the-art underground fallout shelters.Y1a
54000ABF6AVaultTecRep: You can't begin to know how happy I am to finally speak with you. I've been trying for days. It's a matter of utmost urgency, I assure you.{sincere, polite} Then I'm glad I opened the door.VaultTecRep: Oh, me too! You have no idea...A2a
55000ABF69VaultTecRep: You can't begin to know how happy I am to finally speak with you. I've been trying for days. It's a matter of utmost urgency, I assure you.Maybe I don't want to talk to you.VaultTecRep: Oh, *nervous cough* you do...B1a
56000ABF68VaultTecRep: You can't begin to know how happy I am to finally speak with you. I've been trying for days. It's a matter of utmost urgency, I assure you.I'm here now.VaultTecRep: So you are, so you are.X1a
57000ABF66VaultTecRep: You can't begin to know how happy I am to finally speak with you. I've been trying for days. It's a matter of utmost urgency, I assure you.What's so important?VaultTecRep: Why nothing less than your entire future! If you haven't noticed, sir, this country has gone to heck in a hand basket.Y1a
58000ABF61Player Default: I just need to verify some information. That's all!Sure. Let's do it.VaultTecRep: Splendid, splendid! Now let's see...A1a
59000ABF60Player Default: Won't take but a moment! We do need to verify some information. To make sure you're cleared for entrance, in the unforeseen event of *ahem*...total atomic annihilation.Come back some other time.B1a
60000ABF5FPlayer Default: Need to make sure you're cleared for entrance, in the unforeseen event of *ahem*...total atomic annihilation.{sarcastic} The apocalypse? Well Hell. Sign me up!VaultTecRep: Ha ha! That's the spirit. Now let's see...X2a
61000ABF5EPlayer Default: Don't want there to be any hold ups, in the unforeseen event of *ahem*...total atomic annihilation. Won't take but a moment.Tell me more about this Vault.VaultTecRep: Oh, it has all the amenities of the modern home, I assure you. Not to mention total protection from nuclear radiation and hostile mutants.Y1a
620005DF85Player Default: Splendid, splendid! Now let's see...{DO NOT RECORD}VaultTecRep: Wonderful! That's... everything... Just gonna walk this over to the Vault! Congratulations on being prepared for the future!A1a
63MQ101_007_PlayerDoesntSign000ABFBECome on, hon. It's just a little paperwork. Let him fill it out, and it's done.Player Default: *Sigh* You're right. Let's get it over with.A1a
64000ABFBCPlayer Default: I said, "no."{firm, but loving, not harsh} And I'm saying, "Yes." So there.VaultTecRep: Splendid, splendid. Let's get to it.B2a
65000ABFBBPlayer Default: Come on, it's not like anything's going to happen.I know, but... it's like insurance. Just in case. For Shaun, you know?VaultTecRep: Yes! Right! Just like insurance. So let's get to it.X1a
66000ABFBAPlayer Default: Come on. You really think it could happen? Nuclear war?Of course not, but... Look, we have Shaun to think of now.Player Default: *Sigh* You're right. Let's get it over with.Y1a
67000ABFB9ActiveSpouse: Come on, hon. It's just a little paperwork. Let him fill it out, and it's done.{laughing a little. Playful. You got talked into it, but don't mind.} *Sigh* Okay. You talked me into it.A2a
68000ABFB8ActiveSpouse: Come on, hon. It's just a little paperwork. Let him fill it out, and it's done.{playful, but a little annoyed} I think you forgot what "no" means.ActiveSpouse: Fine. I'll do it myself. Stubborn...B2a
69000ABFB7ActiveSpouse: Come on, hon. It's just a little paperwork. Let him fill it out, and it's done.Come on, it's not like anything's going to happen.ActiveSpouse: I know, but... it's like insurance. Just in case. For Shaun, you know?X1a
70000ABFB6ActiveSpouse: Come on, hon. It's just a little paperwork. Let him fill it out, and it's done.It's just... Nuclear war? Really? Could that actually happen?ActiveSpouse: Of course not, but... Look, we have Shaun to think of now.Y2a
710005DF7AVaultTecRep: Just to need to get this pesky info all squared away!{DO NOT RECORD}VaultTecRep: Wonderful! That's... everything... Just gonna walk this over to the Vault! Congratulations on being prepared for the future!A1a
72MQ101_008_AfterSign000BACF8{Puzzled} Um...Thanks again...ActiveSpouse: Hey, it's peace of mind. That's worth a little paperwork, right?A1a
73000BACF7Player Default: Um...Thanks again...{Friendly} Hey, it's peace of mind. That's worth a little paperwork, right?Player Default: For you and Shaun, no price is too high.A1a
74000BACF6ActiveSpouse: Hey, it's peace of mind. That's worth a little paperwork, right?{Friendly} For you and Shaun, no price is too high.ActiveSpouse: *chuckle* Good answer.A1a
75000BACF5Player Default: For you and Shaun, no price is too high.{Friendly} *chuckle* Good answer.Player Default: I have my moments.A1a
76000BACF4ActiveSpouse: *chuckle* Good answer.{Confident} I have my moments.A1a
77MQ101_009_GotoShaun000BDAC5CodsworthPrewar: Shaun has been changed, but he absolutely refuses to calm down. I think he needs some of that "paternal affection" you seem to be so good at.{playful banter} *chuckle* You heard Codsworth. Go on.A1a
78MQ101_010_SpouseMobile000BDAC4BabyActivator: *baby giggles*{Friendly} How are the two most important men in my life doing?ActiveSpouse: Spin the mobile a bit. He loves that.A1a
79000BDAC3ActiveSpouse: How are the two most important men in my life doing?{re-record, pronounced MOH-BEEL / Friendly} Spin the mobile a bit. He loves that.A1a
80MQ101_011_SpouseTakesBaby000F735BBabyActivator: *baby giggles*{Surprised} Yeah, sounds like fun.A1a
81000F735ABabyActivator: *baby giggles*Let's get pumpkins instead. Carve jack-o-lanterns.B2a
82000F7359BabyActivator: *baby giggles*{playful, joking} Oh, right. The park. With you. Because I want to get pregnant AGAIN.X2a
83000F7358BabyActivator: *baby giggles*And do what exactly?Y1a
84000BDB6A{Friendly} Hey, how's my little guy? Much better now, huh?ActiveSpouse: Listen, after breakfast, I was thinking we could head to the park for a bit. Weather should hold up.A1a
85000BDAC1ActiveSpouse: Hey, how's my little guy? Much better now, huh?{Friendly} Listen, after breakfast, I was thinking we could head to the park for a bit. Weather should hold up.Player Default: Yeah, sounds like fun.A1a
86000BDABECodsworthPrewar: Sir? Mum? You should come and see this!{projected voice - Codsworth is in the room down the hall / Puzzled} Codsworth? What's wrong?A1a
87MQ101_012_AfterNukeTV001EBAFFPlayer Default: We need to get to the Vault. Now!{Prewar Player House: Just saw the TV news that the Bombs are coming. You and your spouse begin racing to the Vault. / Afraid} I've got Shaun. Let's go!A1a
88000BAD02{Nervous} Oh my god...Player Default: We need to get to the Vault. Now!A1a
89000BAD01ActiveSpouse: Oh my god...{shouting the last part: "We need to get to the Vault. NOW!" / Nervous} We need to get to the Vault. Now!ActiveSpouse: I've got Shaun. Let's go!A1a
90MQ101_013_EmergencyBroadcast000C4EF0ActiveSpouse: *baby cries*{comforting baby Shaun, who is crying / Nervous} Shhh... Shhh... It's okay...A1a
91MQ101_018_ElevatorDescendScene000CB187Player Default: Almost there. We're gonna be okay. I love you. Both of you.{Nervous} We love you too.A1a
92000CB186Soldier_Elevator: All right, that's it. Send it down.{panicked, short of breathe, just ran to the Vault elevator / Nervous} Almost there. Is Shaun okay?ActiveSpouse: We love you too.A2a
93MQ101_018_NukeExplodes001275C3Soldier_Elevator: NOW! NOW! SEND IT DOWN NOW!{screaming over the sound of the nuclear blast, elevator is descending} HOLD ON!MrWhitfield: Can't this thing move faster!?A1a
94001271F0{screaming, the nuclear bomb has just detonated on the horizon} Oh my god!Soldier_Elevator: NOW! NOW! SEND IT DOWN NOW!A1a
95MQ101_019a_Vault111Greeting01a0018A8AC{bombs just dropped, barely made it into the vault / Puzzled} We did it. We made it. We're okay...A1a
96MQ101_019b_Vault111Suit0014772E{talking to a vault tec scientist handing you a vault suit / Tired} Thanks. What now?VaultTecSuitGiver: Just follow the doctor, here. He'll show you where to go.A1a
97MQ101_020a_Vault111ToPods001797CAActiveSpouse: Honey? Could you help me?{trying to calm Shaun down} Hon, could you help me?A1a
98ActiveSpouse: Honey? Could you help me?{trying to calm Shaun down} Shaun's acting up. Could you help?A3a
99ActiveSpouse: Honey? Could you help me?{trying to calm Shaun down} He's being fussy. Could you...?A5a
10000148B58ActiveSpouse: *baby cries*{baby is being fussy} It'll be okay. Daddy's right here, see?A1a
101Honey? Could you help me?ActiveSpouse: Hon, could you help me?A1b
102000EECECActiveSpouse: *baby mumbles*{talking to baby Shaun / Nervous} See? This is our new home...VaultTecEscort: Oh you're going to love it here. This is one of our most advanced facilities. Not that the others aren't great, mind you...A1a
103000D3860VaultTecEscort: Oh you're going to love it here. This is one of our most advanced facilities. Not that the others aren't great, mind you...{still a bit shaken from the bomb blast, referring to how long you'll be living in the vault (in years or whatnot) / Nervous} How long do you think we'll be down here?VaultTecEscort: Oh, we'll be going over all that in orientation. Just a few medical items we have to get through first.A1a
104MQ101_020b_Vault111Shaun00177FF8{comforting Shaun, about to enter the Vault cryopod} Who's my little guy? I'm not going far. I'll just be over there.ActiveSpouse: *baby giggles*A1a
1050017770EActiveSpouse: *baby giggles*{talking to baby shaun} There he is, see? Daddy's not going far.VaultTecEscort: All set? Just step inside and put on your Vault suit!A1a
106MQ101_021_Vault111InPod000CF248{waiting in the pod} Time for a whole new life...A1a
107MQ101_023_BangOnCryopod00165A99{banging on the glass of the cryopod, trapped inside} *grunt*A1a
108{banging on the glass of the cryopod, trapped inside} *grunt*A2a
109{banging on the glass of the cryopod, trapped inside} *grunt*A3a
110{banging on the glass of the cryopod, trapped inside} *grunt*A4a
111{banging on the glass of the cryopod, trapped inside} *grunt*A5a
112000AA774{talking to the soldier checking people into the vault} We need to get in! We're on the list.A
113-Thanks Codsworth.A
114{leaving the house to go to the Vault, leaving Codsworth behind} Codsworth. Stay safe, honey.A
115001989D4{playful banter, moving your spouse out of the way to use the mirror} My turn, big guy...
116{playful banter, moving your spouse out of the way to use the mirror} Okay, come on...
1170018440F{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Such a cute nose.
118{playful banter, lovingly married for years} As handsome as the day we met.
119{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Ohh... Lookin' good.
120{playful banter, lovingly married for years} That's the face I fell in love with.
121{playful banter, lovingly married for years} I love that face.
122{playful banter, lovingly married for years} You look as good as the day we met.
123{playful banter, lovingly married for years} So handsome.
124{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Hmm. That's my handsome guy.
125{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Oh. Very strapping.
126{playful banter, lovingly married for years} There's my strappin' husband.
127{playful banter, lovingly married for years} My handsome husband.
128{playful banter, lovingly married for years} So handsome.
129{playful banter, lovingly married for years} You have such strong cheekbones.
130{playful banter, lovingly married for years} You have such a strong chin.
131{playful banter, lovingly married for years} What's... different about you?
132{playful banter, lovingly married for years} There's... something different. What is it?
13300044541{commenting to yourself, at the mirror} I have the best hairdresser, I swear.
134{with your spouse at the mirror} Sweetie, you like my nose, right?
135{with your spouse at the mirror} I think Shaun has my eyes.
136{referring to yourself, looking in the mirror} That looks nice.
137{referring to yourself, looking in the mirror} Hmm... Yeah. I like that.
138{referring to yourself, looking in the mirror} Not bad. Not bad... At. All.
139{referring to yourself, looking in the mirror} I still got it.
140{referring to yourself, looking in the mirror} Oh yeah. That works.
1410001A9D3{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Oooh. I like the beard.
142{playful banter, lovingly married for years} I wasn't sure, but... I like the beard.
143{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Hmm. Beard... Okay, I like it.
144{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Ooooh. Scruff. Very manly.
145{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Mmmhmm. I like the scruff. It's cute.
146{playful banter, lovingly married for years} I like the scruff. Accents your chin.
147{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Oooh. Moustache. Very cool.
148{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Hmm. Moustache huh?
1490001A91D{playful banter, lovingly married for years} New hairstyle? I like it.
150{playful banter, lovingly married for years} I like it. It makes you look... younger.
151{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Wait. Did you get a haircut yesterday?
152{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Nice. Did you get a haircut?
153{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Nice haircut.
154{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Did I mention how much I love that new haircut?
155{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Did you put a little color in your hair?
156{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Did you get a haircut yesterday?
157{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Hey. Did you get a haircut yesterday? It's cute.
1580001A8FD{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Shaun totally has your eyes.
159{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Hmm. Such pretty eyes.
160{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Your eyes. They're one of my favorite things about you.
161{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Your eyes. That's the reason I said yes when you asked me out.
1620001A7F6{playful banter, lovingly married for years} You have great lips, you know that?
163{playful banter, lovingly married for years} I do love those lips.
164{playful banter, lovingly married for years} Such a great smile.
165{playful banter, lovingly married for years} I was looking... Shaun has your smile.
166000F0D08{player is standing there not saying anything} Hon?
167{player is standing there not saying anything} Are you okay?
168{player is standing there not saying anything} You all right?
169{player is standing there not saying anything} Honey?
170{player is standing there not saying anything} You look tired...
171000F0D07{Re-record, more under your breathe, referring to the Vault-Tec Rep} Vault-Tec...pfft...
172{under your breathe, referring to your spouse} So stubborn...
173000A7D2F{playful, loving} Can you get the door? Whenever I answer, he just asks for you over and over.
174{playful, loving} I've tried waiting him out before. Doesn't work. Might as well just answer the door.
175{playful, loving} Come on, get the door. I'll owe you one, okay?
176{playful, loving} It's that salesman. He'll want to talk to you.
177{playful, loving, sending the player to check on Shaun} I'll be there in a minute. Go ahead.
178{playful, loving} Let's give Codsworth a break. Shaun needs some old-fashioned human attention, anyway.
179{playful, loving} Go on. I'll be right there.
180{playful, loving} You okay? Didn't forget how to handle the baby, did we?
181{playful, loving} Don't worry. I won't take long. Go ahead.
182{playful, loving} You did a really great job decorating this room.
183{playful, loving} I know I don't say this enough, but you really are a great father.
184{playful, loving} Look at the two of you. I could stay here all day.
185{Codsworth just shouted from the living room down the hall} What's wrong with Codsworth?
186{Codsworth just shouted from the living room down the hall} We should check on Codsworth.
187{Codsworth just shouted from the living room down the hall} Better see what's gotten Codsworth so upset.
188{afraid, watching the news report, talks about bombs dropping} What's going on?
189{watching the news report, talks about bombs dropping} Wait. What did he just say?
190{watching the news report, talks about bombs dropping} Oh god...
191{relaxing at home, speaking to your spouse who is only a few feet away from you} Well, look at you, how'd a girl like me ever get so lucky, huh?
192{you and your spouse are making Shaun's costume at home} Can't believe it's almost Halloween. Need to finish making Shaun's costume.
193{relaxing at home, speaking to your spouse who is only a few feet away from you} Nervous? Don't be. Everyone's going to love the speech.
194{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. relaxing at home, speaking to your spouse who is only a few feet away from you} We should take Codsworth to be serviced soon, don't you think?
195{at the bathroom mirror - your spouse just tapped you on the shoulder and is only a couple of feet away from you} Just getting ready.
196{at the bathroom mirror - your spouse just tapped you on the shoulder and is only a couple of feet away from you} I'll just be a minute.
197{at the bathroom mirror - your spouse just tapped you on the shoulder and is only a couple of feet away from you} Why don't you see if breakfast is ready?
198{at the bathroom mirror - your spouse just tapped you on the shoulder and is only a couple of feet away from you} I'm hurrying up. Don't worry.
199{with your spouse, listening to the TV report of the bombs dropping / Nervous} Oh my god.
200{with your spouse, listening to the TV report of the bombs dropping / Nervous} Hon?
201{tapping your spouse on the shoulder to get their attention} Hey Hon...
202{tapping your spouse on the shoulder to get their attention} Hey Hon...
203{tapping your spouse on the shoulder to get their attention} Hon...
204{tapping your spouse on the shoulder to get their attention} Hon...
205{tapping on the shoulder to get their attention} Hey Codsworth...
206{tapping on the shoulder to get their attention} Codsworth...
207{greeting salesman at the door} Can I help you?
208{bombs are dropping, more concerned and rushed} Codsworth...
209{bombs are dropping, more concerned and rushed} Codsworth?
210{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault} Hon...
211{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault} Hon...
212{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault} Hey, Hon...
213{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault} Hey, Hon...
214{panicked, running to the Vault with your spouse} Keep going!
215{panicked, running to the Vault with your spouse} Hold on to Shaun!
216{panicked, running to the Vault with your spouse} I'm right here! Go!
217{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault} Just a little farther...
218{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault} We're almost there...
219{tired, still nervous, being led to the Vault, talking to your spouse} Come on, let's get to the Vault...
220{panicked, running to the Vault with your spouse} The Vault's this way! Come on!
221{panicked, running to the Vault with your spouse} This way!
222{panicked, running to the Vault with your spouse} Follow me!

MQ101KelloggSequenceEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
223MQ101KelloggSceneMain001504D7Kellogg: Let the boy go. I'm only gonna tell you once!{struggling to hold onto your child, cryopod scene chargen / Defiant} I'm not giving you Shaun!V111BabyShaunMarker: *Shaun cries*A1a
224Kellogg: Let the boy go. I'm only gonna tell you once!{struggling to hold onto your child, cryopod scene kellogg's brain / Defiant} I'm not giving you Shaun!V111BabyShaunMarker: *Shaun cries*A2a
225000D399BKellogg: Open it.{cryopod scene chargen / Nervous} *coughing* Is it over? Are we okay?Kellogg: Almost. Everything's going to be fine.A1a
226Kellogg: Open it.{cryopod scene kellogg's brain / Nervous} *coughing* Is it over? Are we okay?Kellogg: Almost. Everything's going to be fine.A2a
227000D399AV111BabyShaunMarker: *Shaun cries*{someone's taking your baby from your arms, and you're stopping them, cryopod scene chargen} No, wait. No, I've got him!Kellogg: Let the boy go. I'm only gonna tell you once!A1a
228V111BabyShaunMarker: *Shaun cries*{someone's taking your baby from your arms, and you're stopping them, cryopod scene kellogg's brain} No, wait. No, I've got him!Kellogg: Let the boy go. I'm only gonna tell you once!A2a

MQ101PlayerCommentsEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
229MQ101PlayerComments_Abraxo00195948{to yourself, reading the label on a box} Abraxo. For all your cleaning needs...A1a
230MQ101PlayerComments_Alcohol00192E45{looking at a bottle of liquor, commenting to yourself} It's a little early to be drinking...A1a
231MQ101PlayerComments_BabyBottles00195941{to yourself, looking at Shaun's empty baby bottles} Heh. How can someone so small drink so much?A1a
232MQ101PlayerComments_Baseball00195946{to yourself, looking at a baseball} Should get this signed next time we're at the park...A1a
233MQ101PlayerComments_BaseballGlove000F03DA{looking at a baseball glove in Shaun's room} The glove's a little big right now, but Shaun will grow into it...A1a
234MQ101PlayerComments_Blocks00195945{to yourself, looking at spelling blocks} Heh. He'll either be great at spelling... or great at smashing blocks together...A1a
235MQ101PlayerComments_Bookshelf000F03E4{player's looking at the shelf of books in his house} Wish I had more time to read...A1a
236MQ101PlayerComments_Camera00195943{to yourself, looking at an old-fashioned camera} We really need to get those vacation photos developed...A1a
237MQ101PlayerComments_Cigarettes00195A09{to yourself, looking at a pack of cigarettes} Now who left those here?A1a
238MQ101PlayerComments_Clock000F03E2{player looking at a clock in the kitchen} Still pretty early...A1a
239MQ101PlayerComments_Clothes00195940{to yourself, looking in your closet at clothes} No need to get dressed twice...A1a
240MQ101PlayerComments_CoffeePot0010279E{just touched a hot coffee pot / Puzzled} Hot...A1a
241MQ101PlayerComments_Comic0001A344{reading the title of a comic book cover} Grognak the Barbarian and the Jungle of the Bat Babies. *chuckle*A2a
242MQ101PlayerComments_Cup0010279D{drinking coffee} *slurping sound*A1a
243MQ101PlayerComments_Diploma001D15FE{to yourself, looking at your law degree, in your house at the beginning of the game} Lot of late nights, but it was worth it...A1a
244MQ101PlayerComments_DogBowl0019594B{looking at empty dog bowl in the house, talking to yourself} *sigh* Never gonna find that dog...A1a
245MQ101PlayerComments_Fatigues000F03DC{Looking at a set of military fatigues} I'm so proud of him...A2a
246MQ101PlayerComments_Fireplace000F03D7{looking at the fireplace in your living room} A little old-fashioned, but nothing quite like a real fire...A1a
247MQ101PlayerComments_Flag000F03E3{player looking at an American flag. Matter-of-fact tone, not sarcastic or overly patriotic} Good 'ole USA...A1a
248MQ101PlayerComments_Food00192E44{looking through the pantry, commenting to yourself} InstaMash, Fancy Lad Snack Cakes, Blamco Mac and Cheese. Expires in... Never.A1a
249MQ101PlayerComments_Hamper000F03DF{player looking at a laundry hamper full of dirty clothes} Should leave the laundry for Codsworth...A1a
250MQ101PlayerComments_Holotapes00192E46Bunch of our old Holotape recordings...A1a
251MQ101PlayerComments_LaundryDryer000F03DD{looking at the laundry dryer in your house} Let Codsworth take care of it...A1a
252MQ101PlayerComments_LaundryWasher000F03DE{reading a label on the outside of your laundry washer} Another fine product of General Atomics International...A1a
253MQ101PlayerComments_LawDegree000F03DB{looking at your law degree} Go bulldogs...A2a
254MQ101PlayerComments_Linens000F03E1{player looking at the folded towels and clothes in the laundry room} Folded and neat...A1a
255MQ101PlayerComments_Milk0019594A{to yourself} Looks like the milk got delivered...A1a
256MQ101PlayerComments_Newspaper0010279C{looking at a newspaper / Puzzled} Hmm...more of the same...A1a
257MQ101PlayerComments_NukaCola00192E47{looking in the fridge, commenting to yourself} Nuka Cola. Ice cold...A1a
258MQ101PlayerComments_Shower000F03E0{player looking at the shower in the bathroom} Don't need to shower...A1a
259MQ101PlayerComments_SPECIALBook0019594C{looking at a children's book about growing up, talking to yourself} Wonder what Shaun will grow up to be?A1a
260MQ101PlayerComments_Steak00195949{to yourself} Saddle Up Salisbury Steak. Graded A+.A1a
261MQ101PlayerComments_SugarBombs000F03D8{reading the label on the box of sugar bombs} Sugar Bombs... 100% daily value of sugar...A1a
262MQ101PlayerComments_TeddyBear00195947{talking to yourself, a teddy bear is on the floor} Huh. How'd you get on the floor, Mister Bear?A1a
263MQ101PlayerComments_ToyCar00195942{to yourself, looking at Shaun's toy car} Hehe. To think, one day he's gonna learn how to drive...A1a
264MQ101PlayerComments_Tricycle000F03D9{looking at Shaun's tricycle} Can't wait to teach him to ride this...A1a
265MQ101PlayerComments_Watch00195944{to yourself, looking at a pocket watch, but it's telling the wrong time} Broken again...A1a

MQ101SanctuaryHillsEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
266MQ101_Sanctuary05_SpouseShouts0011F84A{shouting, desperate - player is going the wrong way / Afraid} Where are you going? We have to get to the Vault!A1a
267{shouting, desperate - player is going the wrong way / Afraid} Honey! Where are you going!?A2a
268{shouting, desperate - player is going the wrong way and the bombs are about to drop / Afraid} We have to get to the Vault! Where are you going!?A3a
269MQ101_Sanctuary07_ElevatorScene01001B237F{re-record: being let inside the gate to the Vault, really project, as if the other person is 15-20 feet away, energy level is still up from running / Nervous} Thank you.UniformEscort: You two follow me! Come on!A1a
2700011F849UniformEscort: You two follow me! Come on!What's going to happen to all those people outside the gate?UniformEscort: We're doing everything we can, now keep moving!A1a
271-000D2BB1{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} Hey.
272{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} Hey.
273{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} Hey.
274{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} 'Scuse me.
275{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} 'Scuse me.
276{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} 'Scuse me.
277{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} Hey there.
278{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} Hey there.
279{tapping someone on the shoulder, panicked, urgent} Hey there.

MQ101TVStationEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
280MQ101TV_004_Interruption001989FCPlayerTV: Followed by... yes, followed by flashes. Blinding flashes. Sounds of explosions... We're... we're trying to get confirmation...{soft, under your breathe, listening to the news about nuclear war starting / Disbelief} What? What did he say?PlayerTV: But we seem to have lost contact with our affiliate stations...A1a
281001989FBPlayerTV: But we seem to have lost contact with our affiliate stations...{under your breathe, listening to the news about nuclear war starting / Afraid} Oh no...PlayerTV: We do have... coming in... confirmed reports. I repeat, confirmed reports of nuclear detonations in New York and Pennsylvania.A1a

MQ101Vault111Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
282-000D34E3{tapping your spouse on the shoulder, inside the vault} Hon...
283{tapping your spouse on the shoulder, inside the vault} Hon...
284{tapping your spouse on the shoulder, inside the vault} Hey, Hon...
285{tapping your spouse on the shoulder, inside the vault} Hey, Hon...
286{tapping your spouse on the shoulder, inside the vault, checking up on them} You alright?
287{tapping your spouse on the shoulder, inside the vault, checking up on them} Everything ok?
288{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} 'Scuse me...
289{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} 'Scuse me...
290{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} 'Scuse me...
291{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} Hey.
292{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} Hey.
293{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} Hey.
294{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} Hey there.
295{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} Hey there.
296{tapping someone on the shoulder, you're tired, exhausted} Hey there.
297{talking to the player, inside the vault} We made it.
298{talking to the player, inside the vault} This is our new home...
299{Re-record for Player Female: softer, exhausted, player is only a couple feet from you} It's going to be okay, right?
300{at the Vault Cryopods, Shaun's acting up} Hon? Could you help me with Shaun?
301{at the Vault Cryopods, Shaun's acting up} Shaun's acting up. Could you help me?
302{at the Vault Cryopods, Shaun's acting up} Can you come here? Shaun's being fussy.
303{waiting for the player to enter the Vault pods} I think he's better. You go ahead.
304{waiting for the player to enter the Vault pods} Go ahead, hon. I'll take Shaun with me.
305{waiting for the player to enter the Vault pods} Go ahead. I just want to give Shaun a moment.

MQ103Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
306MQ103DetectiveSignScene00086561{seeing a sign for a detective agency, thinking out loud, still looking for Shaun in Diamond City} A detective agency. Maybe they can help me?A1a

MQ104Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
307004_MQ104_NickPlayer0008F69CNick: Ah, my knight-in-shining-armor. But the question is, why does he come all this way, risk life and limb, for an old private eye?{Depressed} My baby is missing. His name's Shaun. He was kidnapped, but I don't know who took him, or where they went.Nick: A missing kid, huh? Well, you came to the right man. If not the right place.A2a
3080008F69BNick: Ah, my knight-in-shining-armor. But the question is, why does he come all this way, risk life and limb, for an old private eye?{Irritated} Tracking a murderer. The bastard who shot my husband. Took my baby. I don't even have a clue who he is or where he's gone.Nick: So, you need a little angel of vengeance, huh? Well, I don't usually go after blood money, but I guess I can make an exception.B2a
3090008F69ANick: Ah, my knight-in-shining-armor. But the question is, why does he come all this way, risk life and limb, for an old private eye?{Puzzled} I need you to find someone, but it's... complicated. I don't exactly know where they could be, or how long they've been gone.Nick: Well, I've done jobs with less. Somehow "nice and simple" never makes it onto the menu in my world.X1a
3100008F699Nick: Ah, my knight-in-shining-armor. But the question is, why does he come all this way, risk life and limb, for an old private eye?{shocked. wasn't expecting Nick Valentine to be an android / Puzzled} What... are you?Nick: Told you. I'm a detective. Look, I know the skin and the metal parts ain't comforting, but it's not important right now.Y1a
311Nick: Ah, my knight-in-shining-armor. But the question is, why does he come all this way, risk life and limb, for an old private eye?{Question} You're a synth?Nick: Told you. I'm a detective. Look, I know the skin and the metal parts ain't comforting, but it's not important right now.Y2a
312007_MQ104_NickSkinny0100016E29MobsterGirl: Oh yeah, then what's this guy doing here, huh? Valentine must have brought him here to rub us all out!{Mama Murphy used her Sight and told you to say these words} Wait. Skinny. "Remember the Quarry. Lilly June on the rocks." Ring any bells?SkinnyMalone: How the hell did you know about that?A1a
313MobsterGirl: Oh yeah, then what's this guy doing here, huh? Valentine must have brought him here to rub us all out!{Concerned} Darla, listen to me. You have a home to go back to. You don't want to throw your life away with these thugs.MobsterGirl: I... I... You're right! What am I doing? I've gotten all mixed up!A2a
31400016E28MobsterGirl: Oh yeah, then what's this guy doing here, huh? Valentine must have brought him here to rub us all out!{SinisterSmile} Skinny's no good for you, Darla. You put a bullet in him, and I just might let you go.MobsterGirl: Wow you're... you're a bad boy, ain't ya?B1a
31500016E27MobsterGirl: Oh yeah, then what's this guy doing here, huh? Valentine must have brought him here to rub us all out!{Sarcastic} That wasn't the plan originally, but hey, tempting.SkinnyMalone: Hey, I'm the one in charge here. You got something to say? Say it to me.X1a
31600016E26MobsterGirl: Oh yeah, then what's this guy doing here, huh? Valentine must have brought him here to rub us all out!{Puzzled} What's the deal with you people and Nick, anyway?Nick: Darla's a runaway. Her father wanted me to bring her back home. Turns out she skipped town to be with my old pal, Skinny Malone. Mob boss.Y1a
317007_MQ104_NickSkinny020001607F{Concerned} This is all just a misunderstanding, Skinny. You know that. You let us walk and we won't come back.SkinnyMalone: You and Nick shot all of my crew and you expect to just...Agh! All right, you're lucky I still owe him for that time back in the Quarry.A1a
31800015C7C{Stern} You're fat, you're ugly, and it's time you and your crazy bitch said goodbye.B1a
31900015C7A{Concerned} Look at yourself. Darla is playing you for a sap. You're better than this. You're better than her.SkinnyMalone: You're...you're right. Things have gone nothin' but south since she walked into my life.X1a
32000015482{Puzzled} You and Nick know each other?SkinnyMalone: *chuckle* This troublemaker here used to be a real headache back in the day. Before we got kicked out of the old neighborhood.Y1a
321010_MQ104_NickPlayer00039FA3Nick: Thanks for getting me out. How did you know where to find me, anyway? Not many people knew where I went...Your secretary, Ellie. She sent me.Nick: She did? I should give her a raise.A1a
322Nick: Thanks for getting me out. How did you know where to find me, anyway? Not many people knew where I went...{Puzzled} Honestly, I was just there at the right time. Seemed like you needed help.Nick: She did? I should give her a raise.A2a
32300039FA2Nick: Thanks for getting me out. How did you know where to find me, anyway? Not many people knew where I went...{Stern} That's not important.Nick: All right, wise guy. Keep your secrets.B1a
32400039FA1Nick: Thanks for getting me out. How did you know where to find me, anyway? Not many people knew where I went...I have my ways.Nick: Really? Well, I'm glad those ways included shooting down mobsters. Wasn't looking forward to haunting that place.X1a
32500039FA0Nick: Thanks for getting me out. How did you know where to find me, anyway? Not many people knew where I went...{Question} Just what are you Nick?Nick: You really don't know? I'm a synth. Synthetic man. All the parts, minus a few red blood cells.Y1a
326Nick: Thanks for getting me out. How did you know where to find me, anyway? Not many people knew where I went...{Question} So you're a synth, is that right?Nick: You really don't know? I'm a synth. Synthetic man. All the parts, minus a few red blood cells.Y2a
32700039F76Nick: I want you to come to my office in Diamond City. Give me all the details. Besides, I think you've earned a chance to sit down and clear your head.{Grateful} I'll meet you there.Nick: See you in Diamond City.A1a
32800039F75Nick: I want you to come to my office in Diamond City. Give me all the details. Besides, I think you've earned a chance to sit down and clear your head.{focused on finding Shaun / Irritated} I don't have time to sit and chit-chat.Nick: Look, I know you want your case solved as quickly as possible, but an investigation needs time. We can't risk overlooking the details.B1a
32900039F74Nick: I want you to come to my office in Diamond City. Give me all the details. Besides, I think you've earned a chance to sit down and clear your head.Lead the way, Nick.Nick: All right. Let's move fast. Follow me.X1a
33000039F73Nick: I want you to come to my office in Diamond City. Give me all the details. Besides, I think you've earned a chance to sit down and clear your head.{Question} You said Diamond City, right?Nick: Yeah, you know the way? Southwest a few blocks. My office is in the back alleys, with the neon heart sign out front.Y1a

MQ105Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
331MQ105_002_NickInterview0100065EC4NickValentine: When you're trying to find someone who's gone missing, the devil is in the details. Tell me everything you can, no matter how... painful it might be.{in Nick's office, describing your case to Nick for the first time. Last question is thinking out loud/to yourself / Depressed} We're looking for my baby, Shaun. He's less than a year old. Why would anyone take him?NickValentine: A good question. Why your family in particular, and why an infant? Someone would be taking on all of his care, and a baby needs a lot of it.A2a
33200065EC3NickValentine: When you're trying to find someone who's gone missing, the devil is in the details. Tell me everything you can, no matter how... painful it might be.{describing your case to Nick for the first time / Puzzled} There was a man and a woman. They didn't say much, but I remember they called me "the backup."NickValentine: So we're talking a small team. Professionals. The kind that know to keep their lips tight when they're on the job. Not sure what "the backup" means though...B1a
33300065EC2NickValentine: When you're trying to find someone who's gone missing, the devil is in the details. Tell me everything you can, no matter how... painful it might be.{describing your case to Nick for the first time} We were in a Vault when it happened. Vault 111. It was some kind of cryo facility.NickValentine: You were on ice, huh? More importantly, you were underground. Sealed up. That's a lot of obstacles to get through just to take one person.X1a
33400065EC1NickValentine: When you're trying to find someone who's gone missing, the devil is in the details. Tell me everything you can, no matter how... painful it might be.{too painful to finish the last sentence, describing your case to Nick for the first time / Sad} My husband was... murdered. He was trying to keep them from taking Shaun and they... they just...Y2a
33500065EB3Player Default: You're right. This speculation is getting us off track. Let's focus on what you saw. What did these kidnappers look like?The woman was dressed in... I think it was a kind of hazard suit. The man had... some sort of metal brace on his arm.NickValentine: Maybe some kind of improvised armor? Lot of hired guns do that to look tough.A1a
33600065EB2Player Default: Don't lie to me, Nick. You're one of them. They made you.One of them came right up to me. Bald head, scar across his left eye.NickValentine: Wait. It couldn't be... You didn't hear the name "Kellogg" at all, did you?B1a
33700065EB1Player Default: You don't know anything about them? Really?{Sad} The man that... killed my husband. He had a handgun. I didn't get a clear look at it, but that sound...NickValentine: Could have been a large-caliber revolver... Hmm... I'm starting to get a clearer picture of the kind of man our perp is...X2a
33800065EB0Player Default: You're a prototype?{describing the voice of the man that killed your spouse / Stern} I'll never forget that voice. Low and rough. Like sandpaper across your face.NickValentine: Hmm... not much to go on, but a tough and commanding voice can get someone pretty far in the violence business...Y1a
33900065EA3NickValentine: Hmm... There's a lot of groups in the Commonwealth that take people. Raiders, Super Mutants, the Gunners, and of course, there's the Institute.{Nervous} So you think this Institute is responsible?NickValentine: Well, they're the boogeyman of the Commonwealth. Something goes wrong, everyone blames them.A1a
34000065EA2NickValentine: Hmm... There's a lot of groups in the Commonwealth that take people. Raiders, Super Mutants, the Gunners, and of course, there's the Institute.{Nervous} You think Raiders might have done this?NickValentine: I honestly doubt it. They can barely organize themselves, let alone pull off something this complicated.B1a
34100065EA1NickValentine: Hmm... There's a lot of groups in the Commonwealth that take people. Raiders, Super Mutants, the Gunners, and of course, there's the Institute.{you've never heard of Super Mutants before / Puzzled} Super Mutants? What are they?NickValentine: Big, green, muscles on muscles. In other words, hard to miss. I think we can safely rule them out.X1a
34200065EA0NickValentine: Hmm... There's a lot of groups in the Commonwealth that take people. Raiders, Super Mutants, the Gunners, and of course, there's the Institute.{you've never heard of the Gunners / Puzzled} Who are the Gunners?NickValentine: High-end mercenaries. No job too brutal. They're in the running as likely suspects, but they wouldn't be the ones pulling the strings.Y1a
34300065E9BPlayer Default: Worst of all, no one knows why they do it, what their plan is, or where they are. Not even me, and I'm a synth myself. A discarded prototype, anyway.{Worried} Either way, I need to find Shaun.NickValentine: You're right. This speculation is getting us off track. Let's focus on what you saw. What did these kidnappers look like?A1a
34400065E9APlayer Default: You think Raiders might have done this?{confrontational / Irritated} Don't lie to me, Nick. You're one of them. They made you.NickValentine: Yeah, I've heard it all before. "You're a freak", "You've got something to hide," blah blah blah.B1a
34500065E99Player Default: Super Mutants? What are they?{Puzzled} You don't know anything about them? Really?NickValentine: Some kind of security setting strips or blocks out those memories. And it's not just me.X1a
34600065E98Player Default: Who are the Gunners?{Question} You're a prototype?NickValentine: As far as I know. Never seen any other synth like myself.Y1a
34700065E93Player Default: The woman was dressed in... I think it was a kind of hazard suit. The man had... some sort of metal brace on his arm.{Nick asks you if you heard the name "Kellogg", but you're not sure / Puzzled} I... might have... everything was foggy...A1a
34800065E92Player Default: Wait. It couldn't be... You didn't hear the name "Kellogg" at all, did you?{Nick asks you if you heard the name "Kellogg" / Depressed} No. They never said their names.B1a
34900065E91Player Default: The man that... killed my wife. He had a handgun. I didn't get a clear look at it, but that sound...{Nick asks you if you heard the name "Kellogg", you reply sarcastically / Sarcastic} Oh yeah. I heard their names, their home addresses, and where their diary keys are hidden!NickValentine: All right, all right. Calm down.X1a
35000065E90Player Default: I'll never forget that voice. Low and rough. Like sandpaper across your face.{Question} Who is he? Do you think he has Shaun?Y1a
35100065E7DEllie: Yeah, that's right. The house in the abandoned West Stands. The boy with him was around ten years old.{desperate, grasping at straws / Nervous} It's Shaun! ... It has to be... S-somehow...A1a
35200065E7CEllie: Yeah, that's right. The house in the abandoned West Stands. The boy with him was around ten years old.{RE-RECORD: More defeated, hopeless / Depressed} There's no way that could be Shaun...B1a
35300065E7BEllie: Yeah, that's right. The house in the abandoned West Stands. The boy with him was around ten years old.Maybe it's another kidnapped kid.X1a
35400065E7AEllie: Yeah, that's right. The house in the abandoned West Stands. The boy with him was around ten years old.{eager to find him / Question} You said he lives here? He's still in town?Y1a
355MQ105_004_PiperPlayerScene000F645APiper: Ooooh, look who it is. What brings you to the Mayor's office, huh?I'm trying to track down a man named Kellogg.Piper: Interesting. That's the guy who bought the house in the abandoned West Stands. Had that kid...A1a
356000F6459Piper: Ooooh, look who it is. What brings you to the Mayor's office, huh?{Stern} None of your business.Piper: You know, that's the kind of talk I hear right before a big story of mine goes into print... I always find out. Sooner or later.B1a
357000F6458Piper: Ooooh, look who it is. What brings you to the Mayor's office, huh?Need to see the mayor about something.Piper: Really? You came to the mayor's office to see the mayor? Who'd have thought?X1a
358000F6457Piper: Ooooh, look who it is. What brings you to the Mayor's office, huh?{curious, but not accusatory / Question} What are you doing here, Piper?Piper: Trying to find out why the Mayor happens to be meeting with the same suspicious looking courier every other week.Y1a
359MQ105_011_GenevaScene000E1794Player Default: He's set aside time to talk to petitioners all day. Best of luck.{Pleading} Please, all I want to do is find my baby. The man who owned that house kidnapped him.Geneva: You do seem like a sweet guy. *sigh* All right. I'm just going to leave this key on my desk and "forget" I put it there.A2a
360000E1793Player Default: Why is finding this key so important to you, honey?{Irritated} Never mind. Thanks for nothing.Geneva: Have a nice day.B1a
361000E1792Player Default: Like grist in the mill, honey. Good luck.{bribing someone / Question} Maybe we can reach an agreement? I just happen to have a pile of caps here...Geneva: A gift? For me? How generous...X1a
362000E1791Player Default: And if I could, why should I?{persuasive, convincing / Confident} Just trust me. It's important. You have my word.Geneva: Well... you do have an honest face, and it's not like there's anything important in an abandoned house...Y1a
36300065EABNPCFGeneva: The Mayor is receiving visitors, as long as they aren't members of the press. Did you need help?{referring to Kellogg's House in Diamond City, that you're hoping to investigate} I need to talk to someone about Kellogg's old house in the West Stands.Geneva: Mister Kellogg's residence? He left town a while ago. We foreclosed on the property and locked it up.A1a
36400065EAANPCFGeneva: The Mayor is receiving visitors, as long as they aren't members of the press. Did you need help?Never mind. Sorry for bothering you.Geneva: Have a nice day.B1a
36500065EA9NPCFGeneva: The Mayor is receiving visitors, as long as they aren't members of the press. Did you need help?So I can just head in and talk to McDonough?Geneva: You can, but I'll warn you. He's not going to like you bringing that reporter into his office. You might want to ask her to wait outside.X1a
36600065EA8NPCFGeneva: The Mayor is receiving visitors, as long as they aren't members of the press. Did you need help?Who do I talk to if I need to find a key to a house that's been locked up?Geneva: If you're talking about a property that the city has seized, we only have one on the books. Mister Kellogg's old house.Y1a
36700065E87Player Default: If there was something belonging to the man that you have a claim on, you could ask the mayor to hear you out. No guarantees.{polite / Friendly} I'll talk to the Mayor then.Geneva: He's set aside time to talk to petitioners all day. Best of luck.A1a
36800065E86Player Default: Have a nice day.{Stern} I don't have time. I need that key now.Geneva: Why is finding this key so important to you, honey?B1a
36900065E85Player Default: You can, but I'll warn you. He's not going to like you bringing that reporter into his office. You might want to ask her to wait outside.{Sarcastic} I can feel the gears of bureaucracy grinding me up already...Geneva: Like grist in the mill, honey. Good luck.X1a
37000065E84Player Default: You'd have to ask the Mayor directly if you want the keys.{Puzzled} Come on, can't you help me yourself?Geneva: And if I could, why should I?Y1a
371MQ105_012_MayorScene01000F6446Player Default: I can't allow you to invade someone else's home. That's all there is to it.{Pleading} Please, Mayor McDonough. This man Kellogg kidnapped my baby. I need to find him.MayorMcDonough: Oh, of course... I-I will do everything in my power to help you overcome this horrible personal tragedy.A2a
372000F6445Player Default: Oh. Very well then.{Irritated} Fine. Thanks for nothing.MayorMcDonough: I know it's disappointing, but I have to think of all the people of Diamond City, not just the needs of one person.B1a
373000F6444Player Default: Nick Valentine wanted me to see you.{bribing the mayor / Friendly} I understand. You have rules. Maybe for the right amount, you can bend them a bit?MayorMcDonough: What? How dare you! I'm the mayor, for god's sakes, not some thug for hire.X1a
374000F6443Player Default: Besides, every citizen in my city has a right to their privacy. Now, if we did have a key, only the owner can ask for it. That's my final word.{Puzzled} So that's it? You're not going to help?MayorMcDonough: Security is part of what keeps Diamond City above the petty squabbles and misfortunes of the Commonwealth. I can't betray that for anything.Y1a
37500065E6FNPCMMayorMcDonough: Thank you. I apologize for being strict, but Piper is a troublemaker, and I advise you to stay away from her machinations. Now, what's this about?{Confident} A man named Kellogg used to live in this city. I need to search his house.MayorMcDonough: I see. Well, whatever reasons you have, I take my citizens' privacy very seriously. Even after they've left.A1a
37600065E6ENPCMMayorMcDonough: Thank you. I apologize for being strict, but Piper is a troublemaker, and I advise you to stay away from her machinations. Now, what's this about?Sorry. Never mind. I'll come back later.MayorMcDonough: Oh. Very well then.B1a
37700065E6DNPCMMayorMcDonough: Thank you. I apologize for being strict, but Piper is a troublemaker, and I advise you to stay away from her machinations. Now, what's this about?Nick Valentine wanted me to see you.MayorMcDonough: Did he now? Some investigation I assume? You two aren't trying to get me in hot water now, are you? Ha ha ha.X1a
37800065E6CNPCMMayorMcDonough: Thank you. I apologize for being strict, but Piper is a troublemaker, and I advise you to stay away from her machinations. Now, what's this about?I'm looking for a key to a house in the city. I assume the mayor's office has a copy?MayorMcDonough: *chuckle* Well, we don't have EVERY key in the city. Where would we put them all? Ha ha ha.Y1a
379MQ105_015_PlayerSearchTable0014584B{under your breathe, to yourself. Looking at items on a table. the last item is a cigar with a brand name of "San Francisco Sunlights"} Gwinnett Stout Beer... Forty-four caliber bullets... And cigars. "San Francisco Sunlights."A1a
380MQ105_017_NickScene000E5294NPCMNickValentine: Interesting brand. Won't lead us anywhere on its own, though.There's gotta be someone who can help.NickValentine: Yeah... Let me think...A1a
381NPCMNickValentine: Interesting brand. Won't lead us anywhere on its own, though.I wonder if Dogmeat could pick up the scent.NickValentine: Yeah... Let me think...A2a
382000E5293NPCMNickValentine: Interesting brand. Won't lead us anywhere on its own, though.{Irritated} We'll never find him.NickValentine: Dammit, drop the doom-and-gloom act. We can work through this...B1a
383000E5292NPCMNickValentine: Interesting brand. Won't lead us anywhere on its own, though.{Sarcastic} What? The great clockwork dick is stumped?NickValentine: It's synth detective, jackass. If you're gonna be that way, you might as well get the make and model right.X1a
384000E5291NPCMNickValentine: Interesting brand. Won't lead us anywhere on its own, though.{Question} Any suggestions, Nick?NickValentine: Hmm... Guess it's time to call in a favor. I know a specialist. He's never in one place for long, but he'll show up if I ask.Y1a
385000E5289NickValentine: Besides, you already have plenty of company. We can't all go sniffing through the Commonwealth after one man.{Confident} I want you with me on this, Nick.NickValentine: All right. Let's get that bastard. This is your show from here on out, okay? You say jump, I'll say how high.A1a
386000E5288NickValentine: Besides, you already have plenty of company. We can't all go sniffing through the Commonwealth after one man.Goodbye Nick.NickValentine: Hopefully not forever. I want to see you and your kid safe-and-sound when you get back.B1a
387000E5287NickValentine: Besides, you already have plenty of company. We can't all go sniffing through the Commonwealth after one man.{Puzzled} I don't know. I might need your help on this one, but maybe I should go on my own...NickValentine: If you need me, just come knocking. If not, then, the next time I see you, I hope it's with your son, safe and sound.X1a
388000E5286NickValentine: Besides, you already have plenty of company. We can't all go sniffing through the Commonwealth after one man.{Question} Any words of wisdom?NickValentine: If Kellogg really is the one who kidnapped your son, then he's dangerous, but so are you.Y1a
389MQ105_018_NickDogmeatScene010012FAC7If he can help, let's do it.NickValentine: All right. I'll send out the signal. You're not gonna hear it. Frequency is high, but he'll pick it up.A1a
3900012FAC6{Irritated} There's no way this friend of yours can help.NickValentine: Well, unless you got a map to Kellogg in your pocket, this is the best we got.B1a
3910012FAC5{Puzzled} I don't know about this, Nick...NickValentine: Let's give my pal a chance. I'll send out the signal. Now, you won't hear anything. Special frequency. But he'll be here.X1a
3920012FAC4{Question} Who's this friend of yours, Nick?NickValentine: Worked with him a few times, but he only likes certain people. Got a feeling you'll get on, though.Y1a
393MQ105_020_DogmeatScene0012FABBNPCMNickValentine: Dogmeat's here. Ready to get to work?{Puzzled} This is your friend? He's a dog.NickValentine: That's right. A Commonwealth mutt like him can track a man's scent for miles.A1a
3940012FABANPCMNickValentine: Dogmeat's here. Ready to get to work?{Irritated} This isn't funny, Nick. How's a dog supposed to help us?NickValentine: Your faith in me is really starting to become inspiring.B1a
3950012FAB9NPCMNickValentine: Dogmeat's here. Ready to get to work?{emphasize "you" / Sarcastic} If all I needed was a dog, why'd I bother saving you?NickValentine: Just consider getting me out of that Vault a finder's fee.X1a
3960012FAB8NPCMNickValentine: Dogmeat's here. Ready to get to work?{Puzzled} Dogmeat, huh?NickValentine: Hell of an animal. Doesn't really have an owner, but he's always ready to help out when he's needed.Y1a
397MQ105_021_DogmeatScene000F2565{player is showing the bandages to Dogmeat} Dogmeat. Get the scent boy...Dogmeat:A
398000E86A5Dogmeat:{hopeful / Worried} Take me to him, boy. Take me to Shaun...Dogmeat:A1a
399000E869CDogmeat:{angry, seething / Stern} Get Kellogg, boy. Take me to that son of a bitch...Dogmeat:B1a
400000E8693Dogmeat:{to yourself / Sarcastic} I'm trusting my family's future to a dog. That's it. I'm officially crazy.Dogmeat:X1a
401000E868ADogmeat:{Question} Got something, boy?Dogmeat:Y1a

MQ106Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
402MQ106_KelloggLastSceneNew001000C6Kellogg: And there he is. The most resilient man in the Commonwealth. Funny, I thought I had that honor.{Angry} You murdering, kidnapping psychopath. Give me my son. Give me Shaun! Now!Kellogg: Right to it then, huh? Okay. Fine.A2a
403001000C5Kellogg: And there he is. The most resilient man in the Commonwealth. Funny, I thought I had that honor.{Angry} You murdered my husband... took my baby. You're a dead man!Kellogg: Your wife. That was... a regrettable accident. Still...B2a
404001000C4Kellogg: And there he is. The most resilient man in the Commonwealth. Funny, I thought I had that honor.{Angry} End end of the line, Kellogg. You die, and I get my son back.Kellogg: You can turn around right now. Go back the way you came.X1a
405001000C3Kellogg: And there he is. The most resilient man in the Commonwealth. Funny, I thought I had that honor.{Angry} Enough. Just... Where is my baby?Kellogg: Hmph. Pal, I'm just a puppet like you. My stage is a little bigger, that's all.Y2a
406001000BEPlayer Default: But if you're hoping for a happy reunion? Ain't gonna happen, pal. Your boy's not here.{Angry} Tell me where he is, damn it!Kellogg: Fine. I guess you've earned that much.A1a
407001000BDPlayer Default: But I can't give him to you, because he ain't here.{Angry} Fuck you, Kellogg.Kellogg: Let him go. Your time's done. Your son is exactly where he belongs.B1a
408001000BCPlayer Default: So you see? It is the end of the line. But not the way you imagined.{Stern} Then you're going to take me to him. Right now.Kellogg: Take you to him? Ha ha ha ha ha. Like I could, even if I wanted to. Don't you get it? Your son, he's in a place nobody can reach.X1a
409001000BBPlayer Default: Shaun's a good kid. A bit older than you expected, am I right? But he's doing great. Only... he's not here. He's with the people pulling the strings.{Angry} Goddamn it, you mercenary motherfucker. Where. Is. My. Son?!Kellogg: What's the cliche? "So close, but yet so far away?" That's Shaun.Y1a
410001000B6Player Default: Shaun's in a good place. Where he's safe, and comfortable, and loved. A place he calls home. The Institute.{Confident} The Institute? Well I'll find him, no matter where he is. Nothing will stop me.Kellogg: God, you're persistent. I give you credit. It's the way a father should act. The way I'd be acting if I were in your place, I like to think. Even if it is useless.A1a
411001000B5Player Default: He's home. In the Institute.{Angry} No... That's not true. It can't be. I... I've come so far...Kellogg: Yes, you have. And believe it or not... I'm actually kind of sorry you wasted your time.B1a
412001000B4Player Default: Shaun's safe at home. In the Institute.{smoldering with anger / Angry} Here. The "Institute." I'll find my son no matter where he is.Kellogg: Ha! That's the spirit. You know, you surprise me, I have to admit. I find myself actually kind of... liking you.X2a
413001000B3Player Default: But don't worry. You'll die knowing he's safe, and happy. A bit older than you expected, but ah well. At least he's in a loving home. The Institute.{Angry} So where is it? Huh? This "Institute"? How do I get there?Kellogg: Heh. Haven't you been paying attention? You don't find the Institute. The Institute finds you.Y1a
414001000ADKellogg: But I think we've been talking long enough. We both know how this has to end. So... you ready?{Stern} You know I am, Kellogg.A2a
415001000ACKellogg: But I think we've been talking long enough. We both know how this has to end. So... you ready?{Angry} I'm going to make you suffer.B2a
416001000ABKellogg: But I think we've been talking long enough. We both know how this has to end. So... you ready?{Angry} In a hundred years, when I finally die, I only hope I go to Hell so I can kill you all over again, you piece of shit.X2a
417001000AAKellogg: But I think we've been talking long enough. We both know how this has to end. So... you ready?{Angry} Oh I'm ready. Question is - are you?Y2a
418MQ106_PlayerActivateKellogg00072667{examining Kellogg's dead body, he has cybernetic pieces / Surprised} All this tech. You were barely human...A1a
419-000CD2E9{Following Dogmeat to find Kellogg. He's stopped at a door to an old building} Is this the place? Is he in here, boy?A
420001678C9{Dogmeat is tracking Kellogg and has stopped. he's trying to pick up the scent again} Lost the scent, boy?
421{Dogmeat is tracking Kellogg and has stopped. he's trying to pick up the scent again} What is it, boy? What are we looking for?
422{Dogmeat is tracking Kellogg and has stopped. he's trying to pick up the scent again} Kellogg was here. Let's find something to track him down.
423{Dogmeat is tracking Kellogg and has stopped. he's trying to pick up the scent again} Trail gone cold? Gotta find something of Kellogg's...

MQ106InvestigationsEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
424DogmeatReadyToTrack00137BCEDogmeat: (curious sound)What do you think boy? Enough to go on?Dogmeat: (alert bark)A1a
425Dogmeat: (curious sound)Okay, boy. Let's track him.Dogmeat: (alert bark)A2a
426Dogmeat: (curious sound)I'm right behind you, Dogmeat.Dogmeat: (alert bark)A3a
427DogmeatStatusCheck00137BCF{Talking to Dogmeat, who has sniffed something out.} What do you have there?Companion: Dogmeat find something?A1a
428Got something, boy?Companion: Dogmeat find something?A2a
429I see it. Good boy.Companion: Dogmeat find something?A3a
430Site01_Cigar00137BD6San Francisco Sunlights. Kellogg's preferred brand, alright.Player: What do you think boy? Enough to go on?A1a
431Site02_BloodiedGauze00137BD1Bloody bandages. Dogmeat can track this.Player: What do you think boy? Enough to go on?A1a
432Site02_Casings0013429DBig bullets. Kellogg's preferred caliber.A1a
433Site02_corpseStairwellRaider0013429BLooks like this one thought he'd get away. No such luck.A1a
434Site02_CorpseTurretRaider0013429ATorn up by his own turret.A1a
435Site02_RaiderBlood0013429CLots of blood here. Dogmeat could track Kellogg - if he took a wound, too.A1a
436Site02_RaiderBulletHole00134298Not sure if they were trying to pin him down or had terrible aim.A1a
437Site02_Turret0013429ETook out the targeting computer with one bullet. This guy's a crack shot.A1a
438Site03_Bedroll00137BD4Somebody spent the night here.A1a
439Site03_Campfire00137BD2{Tracking an enemy - checking out a cold campfire.} Nobody's used this recently.A1a
440Site03_Chimes00137BD3Somebody didn't want to get snuck up on here.A1a
441Site03_Drink00137BD5Gwinnett Stout. One of his creature comforts.Player: What do you think boy? Enough to go on?A1a
442Site03_GunOil00137BD0Somebody cleaned a gun here.A1a
443Site03_Mannequin00137BD7A decoy, huh? Clever.A1a
444Site04_Cigar00157F65Another one of his stogies.Dogmeat: (playful growl)A1a
44500157F62Dogmeat: (playful growl)We're getting close, boy. Let's go.Player: What do you think boy? Enough to go on?A1a
446Site04_MerchantCorpse001476C9Not sure who started it, but this trader never stood a chance.A1a
447Site04_MerchantGoods001476CCDoesn't look like a robbery. Must have just gotten in his way.A1a
448Site04_MerchantMedkit00147BE5This didn't do any good for them, did it?A1a
449It's a clue, but not enough.A2a
450Dogmeat's gonna need more to go on.A3a
451Already gotten what I can from this.A4a
452Site04_RobotBodyguard001476CBBodyguard robots didn't fare too well.A1a
453Site04_RobotConversation00147CE0What have we here?Jabberbot: Error. System corrupt. I can't feel my legs.A1a
454001476D5Jabberbot: Error. System corrupt. I can't feel my legs.This had to be Kellogg.Jabberbot: Signature confirmed. Assailant: Kellogg. Known associate....A1a
455001476D4Jabberbot: Error. System corrupt. I can't feel my legs.Just tell me where Kellogg went, tin can.Jabberbot: Identity of assailant: Kellogg.B1a
456001476D3Jabberbot: Error. System corrupt. I can't feel my legs.You really got taken apart.Jabberbot: Critical systems non-functional. Hostile human... too powerful.X1a
457001476D2Jabberbot: Error. System corrupt. I can't feel my legs.What happened here?Jabberbot: Error: Operator deceased. Threat level Omega. He killed us.Y1a
458Site05_ClothingScrap001476C8What do you think, boy? Was this our man?Dogmeat: (alert bark)A1a
459Site05_MilitarySign000895CB{Mostly to self. Pondering a clue.} We're at the old Army base. Is he hiding out here?A1a

MQ201Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
460MQ201a_002_NickScene010016BD56Nick: Kellogg. Huh...Man like that would've had access. In and out.Nick: Yeah, but I'm guessing he wasn't the "surrender and talk" type, was he?A1a
4610016BD55Nick: Kellogg. Huh...{Stern} Whatever you're thinking, it doesn't matter. He's dead.Nick: Yeah. Figures the Institute's only man on the outside wouldn't be the type to be taken alive...B1a
4620016BD54Nick: Kellogg. Huh...You read my mind. He had to have a way in and out.Nick: Yeah, but something tells me he's not gonna drop by for a chat and coffee...X1a
4630016BD53Nick: Kellogg. Huh...{Question} What about him?Nick: He had to have a way in and out. But... am I right in thinking he's not available for a chin wag?Y1a
46400067F69NPCMNickValentine: Where's your son? What happened?{Depressed} You were right, Nick. Kellogg took my baby. But that wasn't all. He was working with the Institute. He... he gave them Shaun...A2a
46500067F68NPCMNickValentine: Where's your son? What happened?{Angry} This is your fault, Nick! You had me running around all over the place while Kellogg was busy handing Shaun over to the Institute!B1a
46600067F67NPCMNickValentine: Where's your son? What happened?{Sad} I... I didn't make it in time. Kellogg was working with the Institute and he... he gave them Shaun...X1a
46700067F66NPCMNickValentine: Where's your son? What happened?{Sad} Where do you want me to start? The part where Kellogg turned out to be working for the Institute? Or the part where he told me they have Shaun?Y1a
4680006798BNick: No synth does. Security protocols strip those memories out.{Pleading} I need to find a way.A1a
4690006791ENick: No synth does. Security protocols strip those memories out.{Irritated} Bullshit. You're a synth, Valentine! Tell me what you know!B1a
4700006791DNick: No synth does. Security protocols strip those memories out.{Sarcastic} Oh, Mister "Metal for Hands" doesn't know how to get back to the factory?Nick: No. I skipped that part of the orientation film while they were busy pulling me apart and putting me back together again.X1a
4710006791CNick: No synth does. Security protocols strip those memories out.{Question} You don't know anything, Nick?Nick: I woke up in a junk pile ages ago. Just another discarded prototype. The Institute hasn't come calling since. I'm sorry.Y1a
472000678FFPlayer Default: Yeah, but I'm guessing he wasn't the "surrender and talk" type, was he?{a bit of regret / Apologetic} He's dead, Nick.A1a
473Player Default: Yeah, but I'm guessing he wasn't the "surrender and talk" type, was he?{a little bit of regret / Apologetic} Because he's dead.A2a
474000678FEPlayer Default: Whatever you're thinking, it doesn't matter. He's dead.{Stern} That bastard's in hell, where he belongs.B1a
475Player Default: Whatever you're thinking, it doesn't matter. He's dead.{Stern} Because he's in hell. Where he belongs.B2a
476000678FDPlayer Default: Yeah, but something tells me he's not gonna drop by for a chat and coffee...{Sarcastic} We can talk to him. Feel like holding a seance?Nick: A literal dead end, huh?X1a
477000678FCPlayer Default: He had to have a way in and out. But... am I right in thinking he's not available for a chin wag?{slightly embarrassed / Puzzled} Any... other ideas, Nick?Nick: That's what I thought. He's dead.Y1a
478000678F6Nick: If anyone could get a dead brain to sing, it'll be Doctor Amari, the mind behind the memories.{Worried} I hope you're right, Nick.Nick: Let's see... I guess we're going to need a piece of Kellogg's brain. Enough gray matter to bring to Amari and find out if this is going to work...A1a
479000678F5Nick: If anyone could get a dead brain to sing, it'll be Doctor Amari, the mind behind the memories.{Stern} There's no way that could ever work.Nick: Stay with me on this. We... get a piece of Kellogg's gray matter and take it to Amari. Then we see if she's got the goods to pull this off.B1a
480000678F4Nick: If anyone could get a dead brain to sing, it'll be Doctor Amari, the mind behind the memories.{Puzzled} I don't know, Nick. That seems a little out there.Nick: You're talking to a synth. I AM a little out there. Just stay with me on this.X1a
481000678F3Nick: If anyone could get a dead brain to sing, it'll be Doctor Amari, the mind behind the memories.{Question} Who's this Doctor Amari?Nick: I'll let her give you her life story in person. Let's stay focused.Y1a
482000678EDPiper: So a murderer and a kidnapper gets his brains blown out by an avenging parent. *sigh* It'd be a great ending if we didn't still have the biggest mystery in the Commonwealth to solve...{Apologetic} He wasn't going to talk. Even if I had a way of bringing him alive.A1a
483000678ECPiper: So a murderer and a kidnapper gets his brains blown out by an avenging parent. *sigh* It'd be a great ending if we didn't still have the biggest mystery in the Commonwealth to solve...{Angry} Doesn't matter what he knew. I'd kill him again in a heartbeat.B1a
484000678EBPiper: So a murderer and a kidnapper gets his brains blown out by an avenging parent. *sigh* It'd be a great ending if we didn't still have the biggest mystery in the Commonwealth to solve...{Depressed} I was so blinded by anger.... I just wanted him dead. Now look what I've done.X1a
485000678EAPiper: So a murderer and a kidnapper gets his brains blown out by an avenging parent. *sigh* It'd be a great ending if we didn't still have the biggest mystery in the Commonwealth to solve...{Question} So what now?Y1a
486000678E3Nick: I know it's grisly, but what choice do we have? We got no leads. Nothing. That old merc's brain just might have all the secrets we need to know.Actually, I think I already have something. Kellogg had this... thing attached to his head.Nick: Cybernetics, huh? We may have just won the lottery.A1a
487Nick: I know it's grisly, but what choice do we have? We got no leads. Nothing. That old merc's brain just might have all the secrets we need to know.All right, I'll do it. Anything to get Shaun back.Nick: Cybernetics, huh? We may have just won the lottery.A2a
488000678E2Nick: I know it's grisly, but what choice do we have? We got no leads. Nothing. That old merc's brain just might have all the secrets we need to know.{Depressed} It's a dead-end, Nick. Face it, we lost. Shaun's gone.Nick: He's not gone. It's a long shot, but it's the only one we got.B1a
489000678E1Nick: I know it's grisly, but what choice do we have? We got no leads. Nothing. That old merc's brain just might have all the secrets we need to know.{joking, referring to removing Kellogg's brain / Amused} I'm gonna need a really sharp ice cream scoop...Nick: I'm sure you'll manage.X1a
490000678E0Nick: I know it's grisly, but what choice do we have? We got no leads. Nothing. That old merc's brain just might have all the secrets we need to know.{Question} What exactly do we need, Nick?Nick: Kellogg's brain. It's a long shot, but Doctor Amari just might be able to... get it jump-started. See what the old merc knew.Y1a
49100051FC0Nick: I have to go to the Memory Den either way, if I'm gonna introduce you to Amari. But if you want to head there together, just say so.I already have someone with me. I'll meet you there, Nick.Nick: All right. See you at the Den.A1a
492Nick: I have to go to the Memory Den either way, if I'm gonna introduce you to Amari. But if you want to head there together, just say so.I'll head there on my own.Nick: All right. See you at the Den.A2a
49300051FBFNick: I have to go to the Memory Den either way, if I'm gonna introduce you to Amari. But if you want to head there together, just say so.It's you and me, Nick.Nick: Let's get going.B1a
49400051FBENick: I have to go to the Memory Den either way, if I'm gonna introduce you to Amari. But if you want to head there together, just say so.I'll head out with Piper. We'll meet you there, Nick.Nick: Sounds good. You two stay out of trouble.X1a
49500051FBDNick: I have to go to the Memory Den either way, if I'm gonna introduce you to Amari. But if you want to head there together, just say so.{Question} Anything else you can tell me about the Memory Den?Nick: It's in Goodneighbor. A little slice of trouble Northeast a ways.Y1a
496MQ201b_001_NickFortHagen001549EANick: Only person I know willing to snoop up the Institute's tail feathers is Piper, the reporter in Diamond City. I say we head her way. Talk this through.{Depressed} Diamond City it is.Nick: Hey, chin up. I know the night just got darker, but it won't last forever.A1a
497001549E9Nick: Only person I know willing to snoop up the Institute's tail feathers is Piper, the reporter in Diamond City. I say we head her way. Talk this through.{mixture of anger and hopelessness / Depressed} It's over... I've lost him...Nick: Look, I know it feels like a shot in the heart, but this case isn't closed. Not while I'm on it.B1a
498001549E8Nick: Only person I know willing to snoop up the Institute's tail feathers is Piper, the reporter in Diamond City. I say we head her way. Talk this through.{Depressed} I'll catch up later.Nick: All right. I'll see you in Diamond City. And don't worry. The night just got darker, but it can't last forever.X1a
499001549E7Nick: Only person I know willing to snoop up the Institute's tail feathers is Piper, the reporter in Diamond City. I say we head her way. Talk this through.{Puzzled} How could Piper help us?Nick: Trust me, that dame knows a lot more than she lets on. And she lets on a lot.Y1a
50000151457NPCMNickValentine: So, Kellogg wasn't giving us any bull. Your son really is on the inside. Even I don't know where the Institute is, and they built me.{right after killing Kellogg. you and Nick are trying to figure out what to do next / Pleading} There has to be a way, Nick.A1a
50100151456NPCMNickValentine: So, Kellogg wasn't giving us any bull. Your son really is on the inside. Even I don't know where the Institute is, and they built me.{Angry} Bullshit. You're a synth, Valentine! Tell me what you know!Nick: You wanna know the truth? The sad thing is, I have no idea. None of us do. You'd think they'd cut me loose if I had something on 'em?B1a
50200151455NPCMNickValentine: So, Kellogg wasn't giving us any bull. Your son really is on the inside. Even I don't know where the Institute is, and they built me.{Sarcastic} Oh, Mister "Metal for Hands" doesn't know how to get back to the factory?Nick: No. I skipped that part of the orientation film while they were busy pulling me apart and putting me back together again.X1a
50300151454NPCMNickValentine: So, Kellogg wasn't giving us any bull. Your son really is on the inside. Even I don't know where the Institute is, and they built me.{Question} You don't know anything, Nick?Nick: Look at me. I'm trash. They threw me in the junk pile ages ago. Just another discarded prototype. Didn't exactly leave me the house keys.Y1a
504NPCMNickValentine: So, Kellogg wasn't giving us any bull. Your son really is on the inside. Even I don't know where the Institute is, and they built me.{Question} Isn't there anyone who can help?Nick: Look at me. I'm trash. They threw me in the junk pile ages ago. Just another discarded prototype. Didn't exactly leave me the house keys.Y2a
505MQ201b_003_PiperScene0100155317NPCFPiper: Come on. Let's hear the whole story.{Worried} We need help, Piper. This man named Kellogg kidnapped my baby, but that wasn't all. He was working with the Institute. He... he gave them Shaun...A2a
50600155316NPCFPiper: Come on. Let's hear the whole story.{Angry} Kellogg kidnapped my baby. Handed him to the Institute. And I'm going to find them and make them regret what they've done to me.B2a
50700155315NPCFPiper: Come on. Let's hear the whole story.{Sad} I... I didn't make it in time. Kellogg was working with the Institute and he... he gave them Shaun... I've lost him all over again...X1a
50800155314NPCFPiper: Come on. Let's hear the whole story.{Sad} Where do you want me to start? The part where Kellogg turned out to be working for the Institute? Or the part where he told me they have Shaun?Y1a

MQ201PiperEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
509PostMQ201Piper_Institute0100072C03Piper: Need a countdown on the Institute's favorite people?Tell me about the Minutemen.Piper: You know that group you rescued in Concord? Far as I know, they're the last Minutemen left in the Commonwealth.A1a
51000072C00Piper: Need a countdown on the Institute's favorite people?We should get going.Piper: All right.B1a
511Piper: Need a countdown on the Institute's favorite people?I should get going.Piper: All right.B2a
51200072BFDPiper: Need a countdown on the Institute's favorite people?That Brotherhood airship is hard to miss.Piper: The Brotherhood of Steel doesn't do subtle. From what I've heard, they take whatever they want. Especially if it's high-tech.X1a
51300072BFCPiper: Need a countdown on the Institute's favorite people?You said something about the Railroad?Piper: Supposedly, they help runaway Synths escape the Institute. But they're secretive. Ultra-paranoid.Y1a

MQ202Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
514MQ202_003_AmariIntroduction00051F8BNPCFDoctorAmari: Well. What is this about?{Nervous} We need your help, doctor. I need the memories from a man named Kellogg, but he's dead.A1a
51500051F82NPCFDoctorAmari: Well. What is this about?{Puzzled} This one's all yours, Nick.B1a
51600051F81NPCFDoctorAmari: Well. What is this about?{joking, cracking wise / Amused} Doctor. It's time for you to reverse DEATH ITSELF!Amari: What!?X1a
51700051F80NPCFDoctorAmari: Well. What is this about?{Question} You're the one that can extract memories from a brain, right?Amari: Normally we only allow our clients to experience their own memories. Now what's this all about?Y1a
51800051F75Amari: Putting aside the fact that you're asking me to defile a corpse, you do realize that the memory simulators require intact, LIVING brains to function?{Pleading} Please. Nick told me you're the only one who could make this work.A1a
51900051F74Amari: Putting aside the fact that you're asking me to defile a corpse, you do realize that the memory simulators require intact, LIVING brains to function?{Irritated} Some expert you are. I knew this was a waste of time.B1a
52000051F73Amari: Putting aside the fact that you're asking me to defile a corpse, you do realize that the memory simulators require intact, LIVING brains to function?{joking, cracking wise / Amused} Technically, the corpse was defiled already.X1a
52100051F72Amari: Putting aside the fact that you're asking me to defile a corpse, you do realize that the memory simulators require intact, LIVING brains to function?{Question} Isn't there some way to make this work?Y1a
522MQ202_004_AmariPlayerLab000A0E8ANPCFDoctorAmari: I'll take a look at this brain, but no guarantees. Do you have it?Here's... what I could find.Amari: What's this? This isn't a brain! This is...wait...A1a
523NPCFDoctorAmari: I'll take a look at this brain, but no guarantees. Do you have it?I have to go and get it.Amari: What's this? This isn't a brain! This is...wait...A2a
524000A0E89NPCFDoctorAmari: I'll take a look at this brain, but no guarantees. Do you have it?I'm not ready to do this yet.Amari: Well you better be soon. I doubt that brain is being properly preserved. Time is against us.B1a
525000A0E88NPCFDoctorAmari: I'll take a look at this brain, but no guarantees. Do you have it?{ do a little voice at the end for the quote (whatever sounds funny) / Amused} Could you say that like Doctor Frankenstein? "Igor! Fetch me the brain!"Amari: No. I will NOT.X1a
526000A0E87NPCFDoctorAmari: I'll take a look at this brain, but no guarantees. Do you have it?{you only have a piece of the brain, not the whole thing / Nervous} How much of the brain do you need exactly?Amari: That is not an encouraging question. I suppose I'll have to make do with... whatever you can find.Y1a
52700054D61Amari: I'm not surprised. From what I've seen, all Institute technology has a similar architecture.Go on, doctor.Amari: Mister Valentine is an older generation synth. But, Institute technology being what it is... The brain implant could fit him.A1a
52800054D60Amari: I'm not surprised. From what I've seen, all Institute technology has a similar architecture.Skip to the good part, doc.Amari: We plug the brain implant into Mister Valentine. Assuming he's... willing to take on the risks.B1a
52900054D5FAmari: I'm not surprised. From what I've seen, all Institute technology has a similar architecture.So the brain is still good, right?Amari: Possibly. There's no sign of decay, so the tech is probably preserving the tissue. Injecting some kind of compound to keep it stable.X1a
53000054D54Amari: I'm not surprised. From what I've seen, all Institute technology has a similar architecture.{Question} Nick's an older model synth. Is he compatible?Amari: That's exactly what I was thinking. If we're lucky, it should hook right in.Y1a
53100054D2ENickValentine: Don't worry about me, Amari. I'm well past the warranty date, anyway.{Grateful} I appreciate this, Nick.NickValentine: You can thank me when we've found your son. All right. Let's do this.A1a
53200054D28NickValentine: Hell, why not? Plenty of room in my head, anyway.{Stern} Just don't damage that brain, you two. I need it.NickValentine: Trust me, Amari's hands are the safest place a brain can be.B1a
53300054D11NickValentine: Don't bother. I don't need to hear them. Plug me in, doc.{joking, cracking wise / Amused} We should try plugging you into a toaster, next. Mmmm. Fresh toast.NickValentine: Nice to know that even when I'm about to have a foreign object shoved into my noggin', you find new, horrible ways to laugh at my expense.X1a
53400054D0CNickValentine: Don't worry about me, Amari. Let's do it.{Question} You really think this will work, Nick?NickValentine: No idea, but we got a missing kid on the line. That's worth the risk.Y1a
535MQ202_006_AmariPlayer00054CF0NPCFDoctorAmari: We can't get to the memories in that implant. There's a lock.{Confident} Tell me you have a way past this, doctor.Amari: Let me think... The encryption is too strong for a single mind. But... what if we used two?A1a
53600054CEENPCFDoctorAmari: We can't get to the memories in that implant. There's a lock.{Irritated} More problems? Seriously?Amari: It's not like anyone has ever done this before! You try making a secret technology work across hardware generations, out of spare parts.B1a
53700054CE8NPCFDoctorAmari: We can't get to the memories in that implant. There's a lock.{Concerned} Is Nick going to be okay?Amari: Yes, the connections appear to be stable. Hopefully, it'll be as simple as unplugging the implant once we're done.X1a
53800054CD9NPCFDoctorAmari: We can't get to the memories in that implant. There's a lock.{Question} How do you lock memories?Amari: The implant is encoding all the mnemonic activity in the hippocampus. Think of it like... computer encryption. And we don't have the password.Y1a
53900054CCAAmari: He'll act as a host while your consciousness drives through whatever memories we can find.All right. Let's get started.Amari: Just sit down over there. And... keep your fingers crossed.A1a
54000054CC9Amari: He'll act as a host while your consciousness drives through whatever memories we can find.I'm not ready for this, doc.Amari: Okay, but I need to keep Mister Valentine here until you're ready. I don't want him moving around with that implant still attached.B1a
54100054CC8Amari: He'll act as a host while your consciousness drives through whatever memories we can find.{joking, cracking wise / Amused} Nick and I are gonna share a mind? I'm not gonna see him in any... compromising positions, am I?X1a
54200054CC7Amari: He'll act as a host while your consciousness drives through whatever memories we can find.{Question} Any idea what I'm going to see in there?Amari: I have no clue, but considering we only have a single piece of the medial temporal lobe, and not the whole brain, I doubt it'll be... cohesive.Y1a

MQ202NickPostSurgeryEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
543MQ202NickPostSurgery_001_NickScene0005679BNPCMKellogg: Hope you got what you were looking for inside my head. Heh. I was right. Should've killed you when you were on ice.{Kellogg's voice is coming out of Nick Valentine / Disbelief} Kellogg? Is that you?A1a
5440005679ANPCMKellogg: Hope you got what you were looking for inside my head. Heh. I was right. Should've killed you when you were on ice.{Kellogg's voice is coming out of Nick Valentine / Disbelief} Nick? Are you still in there?B1a
54500056799NPCMKellogg: Hope you got what you were looking for inside my head. Heh. I was right. Should've killed you when you were on ice.{Kellogg's voice is coming out of Nick Valentine / Stern} You want to try for round two? Let's go.X1a
54600056798NPCMKellogg: Hope you got what you were looking for inside my head. Heh. I was right. Should've killed you when you were on ice.{Kellogg's voice is coming out of Nick Valentine / Disbelief} What did you say?Y1a
54700056792Nick: What? What are you talking about?{Concerned} You sounded like Kellogg just then.Nick: Did I? Amari said there might be some "mnemonic impressions" left over...A1a
54800056791Nick: What? What are you talking about?{Nervous} Nothing... Never mind.Nick: If you say so...B1a
54900056790Nick: What? What are you talking about?{Amused} Wait. Were you just playing a joke on me?Nick: Guess that's for you to wonder and for me and Kellogg's memories to know for sure.X1a
5500005678FNick: What? What are you talking about?{Concerned} You... feeling all right Nick?Nick: Yeah, I'm fine. Why?Y1a
5510005678ANick: Or I could head back to Diamond City, since you've got company already.I'll see you around, Nick.Nick: Good luck out there. You know where to find me.A1a
552Nick: Or I could head back to Diamond City, since you've got company already.I'm gonna head out on my own from here, Nick.Nick: Good luck out there. You know where to find me.A2a
55300056789Nick: Or I could head back to Diamond City, since you've got company already.{Stern} There's something wrong with you, Nick. I don't want you with me.Nick: I told you, I'm fine. But I get it. Going through Kellogg's brain was a doozy for both of us.B1a
55400056788Nick: Or I could head back to Diamond City, since you've got company already.Let's get going, Nick.Nick: Been one heck of a ride so far. Let's see where it takes us next.X1a
55500056787Nick: Or I could head back to Diamond City, since you've got company already.{Question} We have to head into the Glowing Sea. Any advice?Nick: Hmm... I'm a Synth, so radiation isn't much of an issue for me, but an old suit of Power Armor might just be the guardian angel you're looking for.Y1a

MQ204Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
556MQ204DoctorAmariKelloggBranch00109115{Sad} It... It wasn't all his fault. I can't blame him for everything that happened...DoctorAmari: If I were a priest, I would say forgiveness is a good thing.A1a
55700109114{Angry} It's convinced me that I did the right thing. He was a rabid dog, and he needed to be put down.DoctorAmari: I... suppose I can't fault you for that.B1a
55800109113{Puzzled} I... I'm not sure, doctor...DoctorAmari: I don't know if there's any "right" way to feel, either...X1a
55900109112{Question} Does it really matter how I feel, doctor?DoctorAmari: Yes. You can't tell me that bearing witness to that man's life didn't affect you.Y1a
560MQ204DoctorAmariScene0010912ENPCFDoctorAmari: Let's start over... How are you feeling?{Tired} I'm okay, doctor. Thank you...DoctorAmari: That's good, but I want you to keep monitoring yourself. We have to be sure there's no long-term damage.A1a
5610010912DNPCFDoctorAmari: Let's start over... How are you feeling?{InPain} I have this... burning feeling inside my skull. It's like it's on fire...DoctorAmari: That's not surprising. All the synapses in your brain have just been pulled apart, connected to someone else, and then pulled back together.B1a
5620010912CNPCFDoctorAmari: Let's start over... How are you feeling?{Sarcastic} Next time I have to watch someone's life story, I want popcorn.DoctorAmari: Well, if you're cognizant enough to joke, I think we can safely say that you're out of critical condition.X1a
5630010912BNPCFDoctorAmari: Let's start over... How are you feeling?{Worried} Am I okay? Are you seeing anything... bad?DoctorAmari: Don't be alarmed, but I honestly don't know what to look for. As I said before, this is uncharted territory.Y1a
56400109125Player Default: Yes. Their greatest secret has finally been revealed. But that only leads to more questions. How does it work? Where do we go next?That scientist Kellogg was supposed to track down. Virgil. We need to find him.DoctorAmari: You're right! A rogue Institute scientist could answer all kinds of questions.A1a
56500109124Player Default: I saw Kellogg's life... The man who ruined my family... The man I killed...{Puzzled} Don't look at me, doctor. This stuff is beyond me.DoctorAmari: Hmm... let me think...B1a
56600109123Player Default: There's more than one person who knows about the Institute. Virgil, that scientist who escaped...{Sarcastic} What? You don't have a spare teleporter lying around? What kind of egghead are you?DoctorAmari: This is serious! No one outside the Institute could dream of making that kind of technology.X1a
56700109122Player Default: You were along for the ride, weren't you? You saw what I saw.{planning your next steps with Doctor Amari / Puzzled} What do you think we should do?DoctorAmari: Hmm... let me think...Y1a
5680010911DDoctorAmari: Are you... ready to talk about what happened in there?We got what we needed. The Institute uses teleportation to get in and out.DoctorAmari: Yes. Their greatest secret has finally been revealed. But that only leads to more questions. How does it work? Where do we go next?A1a
5690010911CDoctorAmari: Are you... ready to talk about what happened in there?{unsure how to feel, regret mixed with anger and uncertainty / Depressed} I saw Kellogg's life... The man who ruined my family... The man I killed...DoctorAmari: That's right. He was a human being just like the rest of us, and he had reasons for being what he was, however cruel.B1a
5700010911BDoctorAmari: Are you... ready to talk about what happened in there?There's more than one person who knows about the Institute. Virgil, that scientist who escaped...DoctorAmari: I didn't know Institute scientists could defect. This changes everything. He could answer all sorts of questions.X1a
5710010911ADoctorAmari: Are you... ready to talk about what happened in there?You were along for the ride, weren't you? You saw what I saw.DoctorAmari: Yes, but it's important we review everything together. In case either of us missed anything.Y1a
5720010910CPlayer Default: Where did the memory say he was? The Glowing Sea? That doesn't make sense. No one goes there. Not even if they were desperate.If we need to find Virgil, then I'm going after him.DoctorAmari: If you're going to go, be prepared. You'll need some way to combat the radiation there. It's called the Glowing Sea for a reason.A1a
5730010910BPlayer Default: Don't look at me, doctor. This stuff is beyond me.{Irritated} Then he's dead already. It's a waste of time.DoctorAmari: No. He must have gone there for a reason. He has to be alive. He... must have been prepared for it...B1a
5740010910APlayer Default: What? You don't have a spare teleporter lying around? What kind of egghead are you?That's why he's there. To make the Institute think twice about following him.DoctorAmari: That must be it! He's using the radiation in the Glowing Sea like a shield or a... cloak... a way to throw them off and be at an advantage.X1a
57500109109Player Default: What do you think we should do?Why? What makes the Glowing Sea so dangerous?DoctorAmari: The name says it all. Radiation. So much that nothing there could possibly live. Nothing... pleasant...Y1a
576001090FCPlayer Default: If you're going to go, be prepared. You'll need some way to combat the radiation there. It's called the Glowing Sea for a reason.{Confident} I'll find a way to get through the rads. Don't worry.DoctorAmari: Good luck, and... be safe.A1a
577001090FBPlayer Default: Look, we don't have any options left... you have to go after him. Through that sea of radioactive ash.{Irritated} Oh no, I'm not going there. That's crazy.DoctorAmari: And plunging into a dead man's memory wasn't crazy? You've already done the impossible, who's to say God won't let you do it again?B1a
578001090FAPlayer Default: If Virgil found a way to survive there, you'll have to do the same, if you're going to follow him.{Sarcastic} Oh, I'm going in naked. Fingers crossed I get super powers.DoctorAmari: I know you're joking, but as a doctor, I feel obligated to remind you that unprotected radioactive exposure will only kill you. Dead. D-E-A-D.X1a
579001090F9Player Default: Why? What makes the Glowing Sea so dangerous?How do I fight that much radiation, doctor?DoctorAmari: There are chemical compounds. Rad-X, RadAway. You'd need as much as you could carry. Maybe more.Y1a
580MQ204DoctorAmariVirgilBranch00109108{Friendly} I like it.DoctorAmari: The memory said the Institute tracked him to the Glowing Sea, but that seems crazy. A mad man would think twice about going there.A1a
58100109107{Stern} An Institute scientist wouldn't help us.DoctorAmari: They want him dead, remember? And you killed the man they sent to do it. I think Virgil would have every reason to be grateful, or at least afraid.B1a
58200109106{Puzzled} I don't know. I'm not even sure we could track him down.DoctorAmari: The memory gave us a starting point. The Glowing Sea. But... that can't be right. Trying to survive there is... unthinkable.X1a
58300109105There's gotta be another way.DoctorAmari: We delved into every memory we could find. This is the only thing I can think of that might get us more answers.Y1a
584MQ204VirgilEnterInstituteScene00082433Virgil: I can help, but... I'm going to need something in return.You help me, and I'll help you.Virgil: All right.A1a
58500082432Virgil: I can help, but... I'm going to need something in return.Not a chance. I'm not doing anything for you.Virgil: Then I'm afraid I can't do anything for you.B1a
58600082431Virgil: I can help, but... I'm going to need something in return.I'll think about it.Virgil: I need some assurance from you. Come on.X1a
58700082430Virgil: I can help, but... I'm going to need something in return.What do you want from me?Virgil: Before I had to escape, I was working on a serum that would serve as a cure for my.... condition.Y1a
5880007BAE2Virgil: Why are you even here? What do you want?Relax - I just need to know how to get in there.Virgil: Wait, what? Are you serious?A1a
5890007BAE1Virgil: Why are you even here? What do you want?Quit your whining. I just need to know how to get inside.Virgil: It's not whining if...wait, what?B1a
5900007BAE0Virgil: Why are you even here? What do you want?I need whatever information you've got. Anything to help me get in to the Insitute.Virgil: I'm sorry, what?X1a
5910007BADFVirgil: Why are you even here? What do you want?Can you tell me anything about the Institute? I need to get in there.Virgil: Can I... are you joking?Y1a
5920007BAD9Virgil: What reason could you possibly have for taking that kind of risk?I'm trying to find my son. The Institute kidnapped him.Virgil: Oh. Oh no.A1a
5930007BAD8Virgil: What reason could you possibly have for taking that kind of risk?They kidnapped someone, and I want him back.Virgil: Oh, no.B1a
5940007BAD7Virgil: What reason could you possibly have for taking that kind of risk?It doesn't matter.Virgil: Fine. You know what, I don't even want to know. You wanna get yourself killed, that's your problem.X1a
5950007BAD6Virgil: What reason could you possibly have for taking that kind of risk?{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.} Would you believe the Institute kidnapped my son?Virgil: Oh.Y1a
596MQ204VirgilInitialInfoScene000A7CBEHey, Virgil.Virgil: What?A
5970014050CVirgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!Relax, big guy. Kellogg won't be coming after you. He's dead.A1a
5980014050BVirgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!Aren't you a coward... A huge hulking monster like you is afraid of a dead man?B1a
5990014050AVirgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!Kellogg's been taken care of.X1a
60000140509Virgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!Why are you so afraid of Kellogg?Virgil: Do you have any idea what that man has done? What the Institute pays him to do? It's all off the books stuff.Y1a
60100077D65Virgil: What?I need your help.Virgil: My help? With what? How did you even find me, anyway?A1a
60200077D64Virgil: What?{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. threatening} You're going to help me, or I'm going to hurt you.Virgil: You're off to a great start with that.B1a
60300077D63Virgil: What?You have information I need.Virgil: And yet I have no idea who the hell you are.X1a
60400077D62Virgil: What?You're a Super Mutant?Y1a
605Virgil: What?{confused, somewhat horrified} What the hell are you?Y2a
60600077D5DPlayer Default: My help? With what? How did you even find me, anyway?{trying to be reasonable} I'm just looking for information on the Institute.Virgil: The Institute?A2a
60700077D5CPlayer Default: Who the hell are you, anyway? How did you find me?Don't change the subject. I'm the one asking questions here. I want to know about the Institute, and I want to know now.Virgil: The Institute?B1a
60800077D5BPlayer Default: I think we'd both better start explaining. You start.{deflecting the question, changing the subject} It doesn't matter. What does is what you know about the Institute.Virgil: The Institute?X1a
60900077D5AVirgil: What?Can you tell me about the Institute or not?Virgil: The Institute?Y1a
61000077D53Virgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!I know you were part of it, and you escaped. They sent Kellogg to kill you.Virgil: How the hell do you know any of that?!A1a
61100077D52Virgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!I'm not an idiot. I know you were part of the Institute.Virgil: How could you possibly know that?B1a
61200077D51Virgil: So, they did send you, didn't they. You're working with Kellogg!You and I both know you were part of the Institute, and you escaped.Virgil: How do you know that?X1a
61300077D50Player Default: Why are you so afraid of Kellogg?Why did you leave the Institute? I know you came from there.Virgil: You know about the escape? But how?!Y1a
614MQ204VirgilKelloggDeadScene00077D6EVirgil: Don't you lie to me!{Confident} I'm not lying. I killed him myself.Virgil: Did you...A1a
61500077D6DVirgil: Don't you lie to me!{Irritated} I killed him myself. I don't have time for this.Virgil: If you're telling the truth, then you must understand my skepticism.B1a
61600077D6CVirgil: Don't you lie to me!{Confident} He's dead, whether you believe me or not.Virgil: There's no question it's difficult to believe.X1a
61700077D6BVirgil: Don't you lie to me!{Question} Is it so hard to believe?Virgil: Of course it is.Y1a
618MQ204VirgilStage50Scene01000A7CBEWhat do I need to do?Virgil: First thing's first. You know how synths get in and out of the Institute?A
6190008A7BFVirgil: First thing's first. You know how synths get in and out of the Institute?Yeah, they use some sort of teleporter.Virgil: Well, well... Not many know about it. Pretty closely guarded secret. You've certainly done your homework.A1a
6200008A7BEVirgil: First thing's first. You know how synths get in and out of the Institute?Not really, no.Virgil: Almost no one on the surface does, and that's on purpose. They like to keep it a secret.B1a
6210008A7BDVirgil: First thing's first. You know how synths get in and out of the Institute?I'm not sure, but I've seen some strange things.Virgil: I'll bet you have. It's a closely guarded secret, kept hidden from everyone above ground.X1a
6220008A7BCVirgil: First thing's first. You know how synths get in and out of the Institute?Why does it matter?Virgil: Because I say it matters. Pay attention.Y1a
6230008A7B5Virgil: Now, have you ever seen an Institute Courser?{lying, trying to sound cocky} Sure, lots of them.Virgil: Don't bullshit me. More than one of them, and you wouldn't be standing here right now.A1a
6240008A7B4Virgil: Now, have you ever seen an Institute Courser?No, never heard of them.Virgil: Another secret of the Institute. Trust me, it's good that you haven't found out the hard way.B1a
6250008A7B3Virgil: Now, have you ever seen an Institute Courser?I don't really know. Doesn't sound familiar.Virgil: Not surprising. They don't come out often, and when they do, few see them.X1a
6260008A7B2Virgil: Now, have you ever seen an Institute Courser?A "Courser"? What's that?Virgil: Another Institute secret.Y1a
6270008A7ACVirgil: They're very good at what they do, and you're going to have to kill one.Let's go. Just point me in the right direction.Virgil: Well, I suppose your enthusiasm counts for something.A1a
6280008A7ABVirgil: They're very good at what they do, and you're going to have to kill one.That sounds like suicide.Virgil: It does, doesn't it? If there were another way, I'd suggest it. Believe me.B1a
6290008A7AAVirgil: They're very good at what they do, and you're going to have to kill one.Is that even possible?Virgil: They're not invincible, so technically it's possible. Whether you're capable of it... I guess we'll find out.X1a
6300008A7A9Virgil: They're very good at what they do, and you're going to have to kill one.Why do I have to kill one?Virgil: Because you want to get into the Institute, remember? They're your ticket in.Y1a
6310008A7A2Virgil: You're going to have to hunt one down. I can tell you where to start, and give you some help finding one, but you'll have to do the dirty work.Okay, let's get to work.Virgil: Right.A1a
6320008A7A1Virgil: You're going to have to hunt one down. I can tell you where to start, and give you some help finding one, but you'll have to do the dirty work.I don't see why you can't do this.Virgil: Back in the Institute is the last place I want to be. Now listen up.B1a
6330008A7A0Virgil: You're going to have to hunt one down. I can tell you where to start, and give you some help finding one, but you'll have to do the dirty work.Tell me what I need to know.Virgil: All right.X1a
6340008A79FVirgil: You're going to have to hunt one down. I can tell you where to start, and give you some help finding one, but you'll have to do the dirty work.What do I need to do?Virgil: Listen up.Y1a
635MQ204VirgilStartScene00075135Virgil: I'm not stupid, I knew they'd send him after me!Take it easy. Kellogg's dead.A1a
63600075134Virgil: I'm not stupid, I knew they'd send him after me!You're gonna end up just as dead if you don't give me what I want.B1a
63700075133Virgil: I'm not stupid, I knew they'd send him after me!I'm just here to talk.Virgil: That so? Then talk, fast.X1a
63800075132Virgil: I'm not stupid, I knew they'd send him after me!Are you Virgil?Virgil: You know damn well I am. What're you doing here?Y1a

MQ206Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
639MQ206_001_DoctorAmari000B1D13NPCFDoctorAmari: You're back. The Glowing Sea. Virgil. What happened?I found Virgil. He has a way inside the Institute, but I need a code from a Courser Chip.A1a
640000B1D12NPCFDoctorAmari: You're back. The Glowing Sea. Virgil. What happened?Long story, and I don't have time. I need the code off this Courser Chip.B1a
641000B1D11NPCFDoctorAmari: You're back. The Glowing Sea. Virgil. What happened?{Sarcastic} Oh you know, took a radiation bath, hung out with a big, green guy. Then I pulled this encoded chip out of a Courser's neck. He was not happy.X1a
642000B1D10NPCFDoctorAmari: You're back. The Glowing Sea. Virgil. What happened?Do you know anything about decoding Courser Chips?Y1a
643000B1D0ADoctorAmari: But our friends at the Railroad. They just might. Take it to them. See what they can find out.{Friendly} Thanks, doctor. How do I find them?DoctorAmari: I can't contact them directly. They usually come to me, when they have a synth that's escaped the Institute and wants new memories.A1a
644DoctorAmari: But our friends at the Railroad. They just might. Take it to them. See what they can find out.{you're already in the Railroad / Friendly} Thanks, doctor. I know the way.DoctorAmari: I can't contact them directly. They usually come to me, when they have a synth that's escaped the Institute and wants new memories.A2a
645000B1D09DoctorAmari: But our friends at the Railroad. They just might. Take it to them. See what they can find out.{Irritated} They can't be the only people who can crack a damn code.DoctorAmari: A prewar computer chip, maybe you could find someone else, but the Institute is far more advanced. They built the Synths for god's sake.B1a
646000B1D08DoctorAmari: But our friends at the Railroad. They just might. Take it to them. See what they can find out.{cracking jokes / Amused} Next stop: the Railroad. Choo choo!DoctorAmari: Uh... Yes... Anyway...X1a
647000B1D07DoctorAmari: But our friends at the Railroad. They just might. Take it to them. See what they can find out.{you've never heard of the Railroad / Puzzled} The Railroad?DoctorAmari: They help synths escape the Institute. I don't know who they all are. Usually, an agent of theirs just shows up with someone who needs new memories.Y1a
648DoctorAmari: But our friends at the Railroad. They just might. Take it to them. See what they can find out.{Question} The Railroad, huh? What's your take on them?DoctorAmari: They help synths escape the Institute. I don't know who they all are. Usually, an agent of theirs just shows up with someone who needs new memories.Y2a
649000865F2Player Default: But I do have a code phrase. Some kind of clue if I ever needed to find them on my own. "Follow the Freedom Trail."All right. I'll find them.DoctorAmari: Good luck. I'm sorry what I have is so cryptic, but hopefully you can figure things out as you go.A1a
650000865F1Player Default: You'll need a code phrase to find them. "Follow the Freedom Trail." I'm afraid that's all I have.{Irritated} That's all you have?DoctorAmari: I'm afraid so. The Railroad is understandably paranoid. They're fighting the Institute, after all. You'll have to figure it out as you go.B1a
651000865F0Player Default: You need a code phrase in order to find them. "Follow the Freedom Trail." Good luck.{Sarcastic} In my secret club, the code phrase is just two words. "Awesome" and "Me."DoctorAmari: Yes... well... that's not going to help you here. But I'm sure someone with your... creativity will be able to figure it out.X1a
652000865EFPlayer Default: One of them gave me a code phrase. Said it would help me find them if there was ever an emergency. "Follow the Freedom Trail."{Puzzled} Any idea what the code phrase means?DoctorAmari: I'm not sure, but I remember there was a prewar landmark with a similar name. I'd start there.Y1a
653MQ206_002_Desdemona000B2654Player Default: So why did you kill him?I needed a Courser Chip. I need the code on it.A1a
654000B2653Player Default: Nosy keeps us and you alive. I'm all for one less Courser in the world but I need to know why you killed him.{Irritated} That's my business. I just need the code off this Courser Chip.B1a
655000B2652Player Default: Hypothetically speaking, why would that agent take on a Courser single-handedly in the first place?{Sarcastic} That chip in his neck just looked so shiny. I couldn't help it.X1a
656000B2651Player Default: And that stranger's you. I'm all for one less Courser in the world but why'd you do it?Do you know anything about decoding a Courser Chip?Y1a
657000B264CNPCFDesdemona: I have a report here. It reads more like a comic book. Apparently, one hell of a fight took place at Greenetech Genetics.Yeah, that was me. I took down a Courser.Desdemona: That's what the report says. Hard to believe. I'm all for one less Courser in the world, but the conventional wisdom is that you run from them rather than engage them.A1a
658000B264BNPCFDesdemona: I have a report here. It reads more like a comic book. Apparently, one hell of a fight took place at Greenetech Genetics.{Irritated} You people are damn nosy.Desdemona: Nosy keeps us and you alive. I'm all for one less Courser in the world but I need to know why you killed him.B1a
659000B264ANPCFDesdemona: I have a report here. It reads more like a comic book. Apparently, one hell of a fight took place at Greenetech Genetics.{lying} Don't know anything about that.Desdemona: So someone who looks just like you took out a Courser.X1a
660000B2649NPCFDesdemona: I have a report here. It reads more like a comic book. Apparently, one hell of a fight took place at Greenetech Genetics.{Question} Oh? What have you heard?Desdemona: So some mysterious stranger took out of a Courser. Alone. Something I'm not even sure the Railroad's best agent could do.Y1a
661MQ206_004_DesInFaction000B3471Desdemona: Hand over the chip. Let's see what's on it.Here you go.Desdemona: All right, Tom. Make it happen.A1a
662000B3470Desdemona: Hand over the chip. Let's see what's on it.No, I'll hold onto it for now.Desdemona: When you're ready, let us know. The information on that chip could save a lot of lives.B1a
663000B346FDesdemona: Hand over the chip. Let's see what's on it.I'm not sure I want to do this now.Desdemona: When you're ready, let us know. The information on that chip could save a lot of lives.X1a
664000B346EDesdemona: Hand over the chip. Let's see what's on it.What can we get off the Courser Chip?Desdemona: Those chips have more than just codes on them. Everything from how it's made to what it's made from tells us something about our enemy.Y1a
665MQ206_004_DesNotInFaction000B263FNPCFDesdemona: Right. Some ground rules. Tom can get you the code, but once he's done we get the Courser Chip.Fine. It's yours.Desdemona: All right, Tom. Make it happen.A1a
666000B263ENPCFDesdemona: Right. Some ground rules. Tom can get you the code, but once he's done we get the Courser Chip.{Stern} No way. That chip is mine.Desdemona: Then we're done.B1a
667000B263DNPCFDesdemona: Right. Some ground rules. Tom can get you the code, but once he's done we get the Courser Chip.{Puzzled} I don't know. I might need that chip later.Desdemona: This isn't a negotiation. This is a demand.X1a
668000B263CNPCFDesdemona: Right. Some ground rules. Tom can get you the code, but once he's done we get the Courser Chip.{Question} Why do you want the Courser Chip?Desdemona: Institute tech is light years beyond what we have. And a Courser Chip is top of the line.Y1a
669MQ206_007_Virgil000BBD7CVirgil: I want to be clear that this isn't my area of expertise. I was BioScience, not Engineering or Advanced Systems or anything.I'm sure it'll work.Virgil: For the record, I haven't made any promises.A1a
670000BBD7BVirgil: I want to be clear that this isn't my area of expertise. I was BioScience, not Engineering or Advanced Systems or anything.I'm looking for results, not excuses.Virgil: Yeah, yeah. I told you I did the best I could.B1a
671000BBD7AVirgil: I want to be clear that this isn't my area of expertise. I was BioScience, not Engineering or Advanced Systems or anything.Your confidence is staggering.Virgil: I'm just saying, I can't guarantee it'll work.X1a
672000BBD79Virgil: I want to be clear that this isn't my area of expertise. I was BioScience, not Engineering or Advanced Systems or anything.BioScience? Advanced Systems?Virgil: Divisions within the Institute. Specialized groups working on various projects. It'll make sense later.Y1a
673000B2899NPCMVirgil: Wasn't sure I'd see you again. You managed to get what you need?I have the code.Virgil: Suppose I shouldn't be surprised.A1a
674000B2898NPCMVirgil: Wasn't sure I'd see you again. You managed to get what you need?I told you I'd get it done, didn't I?Virgil: Forgive me for questioning whether you might survive against a Courser. Still, suppose I should've expected it.B1a
675000B2897NPCMVirgil: Wasn't sure I'd see you again. You managed to get what you need?{sarcastic} No, I just went out for a little stroll, thought I'd stop back and say hi.Virgil: It's a good thing your survival and my humanity aren't at stake, otherwise I might be annoyed by your attitude.X1a
676000B2896NPCMVirgil: Wasn't sure I'd see you again. You managed to get what you need?Do you have anything for me?Virgil: I'll take that as a 'yes.' Can't say I'm too surprised.Y1a
677000B288FVirgil: How'd you manage to get it decoded?The Railroad helped me.Virgil: Oh god, those kooks?A1a
678000B288EVirgil: How'd you manage to get it decoded?None of your damn business.Virgil: Fine. Forget I asked. Doesn't matter anyway.B1a
679000B288DVirgil: How'd you manage to get it decoded?I've made some friends in the Commonwealth.Virgil: Better you than me. Face like this, I'm not going to make too many friends.X1a
680000B288CVirgil: How'd you manage to get it decoded?Does it matter?Virgil: No, you're right. It doesn't really. The point is that you got it.Y1a
681000B2882Virgil: Can you? I mean, can you build it? You have people that can help? This is a lot for one person, even you.I've got it covered.Virgil: Good, good. Because you've gotta make it in there. For both our sakes.A1a
682000B2881Virgil: Can you? I mean, can you build it? You have people that can help? This is a lot for one person, even you.Have I given you reason to doubt me?Virgil: No, but you realize how critical this is? For both of us?B1a
683000B2880Virgil: Can you? I mean, can you build it? You have people that can help? This is a lot for one person, even you.I don't know.Virgil: Find people to help if you need to, because this is it. It's the only way you're getting in, and you have to get in. For both of us.X1a
684000B287FVirgil: Can you? I mean, can you build it? You have people that can help? This is a lot for one person, even you.This device, this will get me into the Institute?Virgil: Yes, if built correctly. And please get it right. You have to make it in there, for both our sakes.Y1a

MQ206BoSEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
685MQ206BoS_001_NotInFaction000FED24NPCMPaladinDanse: Stop right there, civilian. No unauthorized personal are permitted beyond this point.{Confident} I was told you could help me. I need to build a Signal Interceptor to get into the Institute.PaladinDanse: That's not going to happen.A1a
686000FED23NPCMPaladinDanse: Stop right there, civilian. No unauthorized personal are permitted beyond this point.{Angry} Back off. I'm trying to share some information that could help us both out.PaladinDanse: And I'm not willing to take the word of a stranger bearing gifts.B1a
687000FED22NPCMPaladinDanse: Stop right there, civilian. No unauthorized personal are permitted beyond this point.{Confident} I have some information that might prove beneficial to both of us.PaladinDanse: I highly doubt that.X1a
688000FED21NPCMPaladinDanse: Stop right there, civilian. No unauthorized personal are permitted beyond this point.{Question} On whose authority?PaladinDanse: By the authority of Elder Arthur Maxson, supreme commander of the Brotherhood of Steel.Y1a
6890004AB4CPaladinDanse: However, if you're here to sign up, I might have some work you could assist us with. Then we can discuss whatever you like.{Friendly} Sure, I'll sign up.PaladinDanse: Outstanding.A1a
6900004AB4BPaladinDanse: However, if you're here to sign up, I might have some work you could assist us with. Then we can discuss whatever you like.{Irritated} Forget it, I'll take the information elsewhere.PaladinDanse: Then, if there's nothing left to discuss, I suggest you leave our compound immediately.B1a
6910004AB4APaladinDanse: However, if you're here to sign up, I might have some work you could assist us with. Then we can discuss whatever you like.{punch "already" / Sarcastic} After helping you with those ferals, I'd say I'm already a part of the team.PaladinDanse: Perhaps.X1a
6920004AB49PaladinDanse: However, if you're here to sign up, I might have some work you could assist us with. Then we can discuss whatever you like.{Question} What kind of work are we talking about?PaladinDanse: Until I'm certain of your intentions, I'm not willing to discuss that right now.Y1a
693PaladinDanse: However, if you're here to sign up, I might have some work you could assist us with. Then we can discuss whatever you like.{Irritated} Come on, give me a break. After all, I helped you with those ferals.PaladinDanse: Until I'm certain of your intentions, I'm not willing to discuss that right now.Y2a
694MQ206BoS_001B_MaxsonCoverage000FED29{Confident} Elder Maxson, I have a set of plans to build a Signal Interceptor to get me inside the Institute.ElderMaxson: An intriguing proposal that I'll have to seriously consider.A
69500028DC1ElderMaxson: In the meantime, I need you to follow my orders and remain patient.{Understanding with some regret that you have to wait / Somber} I understand, Elder.ElderMaxson: I know you're disappointed, but I need you to view this from my perspective.A1a
69600028DC0ElderMaxson: In the meantime, I need you to follow my orders and remain patient.{Surprised} This doesn't make sense. I thought you're eager to take the fight to the Institute.ElderMaxson: I am, but I need you to view this from my perspective.B1a
69700028DBFElderMaxson: In the meantime, I need you to follow my orders and remain patient.{impatient / Irritated} Why wait when we have a way inside right now?ElderMaxson: I appreciate your enthusiasm, but I need you to view this from my perspective.X1a
69800028DBEElderMaxson: In the meantime, I need you to follow my orders and remain patient.{Puzzled} But what about what you said during your speech? This could be a way to strike at the heart of the Institute.ElderMaxson: I meant every word that I said, but I need you to view this from my perspective.Y1a
699MQ206BoS_002_InFaction000FED1EElderMaxson: That's where we need your help.{Confident} I have a way to infiltrate the Institute using a device called a Signal Interceptor.ElderMaxson: So, it appears we share a common goal.A1a
700000FED1DElderMaxson: That's where we need your help.{a bit cocky / SinisterSmile} Well, guess what. This is your lucky day. I have a way inside.ElderMaxson: The method is useless without the means to make it work.B1a
701000FED1CElderMaxson: That's where we need your help.{Neutral} I might have a way to get into the Institute.ElderMaxson: I believe there's a bit more to the story than you're telling me, but based on your actions so far, I'm willing to take you at your word.X1a
702000FED1BElderMaxson: That's where we need your help.{Question} Can you take a look at these schematics? A scientist named Virgil said they could get me inside the Institute.ElderMaxson: I believe you'd be better served showing these plans to Proctor Ingram.Y1a
703000FED16ElderMaxson: Now, indulge me for a moment by satisfying my curiosity. Tell me why you're so eager to get into the Institute.{Somber} I think they're the ones that kidnapped my son.ElderMaxson: The Institute preys on the weak to further their own ends.A1a
704000FED15ElderMaxson: Now, indulge me for a moment by satisfying my curiosity. Tell me why you're so eager to get into the Institute.{Somber} They killed my husband.ElderMaxson: The Institute will stop at nothing to further their own ends.B2a
705000FED14ElderMaxson: Now, indulge me for a moment by satisfying my curiosity. Tell me why you're so eager to get into the Institute.{Confident} I want to help the Brotherhood stop the Institute. It's the only way to ensure the safety of the Commonwealth.ElderMaxson: Indeed. The technology the Institute has at their disposal is frightening at best.X1a
706000FED13ElderMaxson: Now, indulge me for a moment by satisfying my curiosity. Tell me why you're so eager to get into the Institute.{Question} Aren't you the least bit curious what they have in there?ElderMaxson: Don't allow the allure of their isolation to cloud your judgment.Y1a
707MQ206BoS_002_InFactionPostBriefing000FED29{Confident} Elder Maxson, I have a set of plans to build a Signal Interceptor to get me inside the Institute.ElderMaxson: Well done, Knight.A
708MQ206BoS_003_IngramIntro000FED29{Confident} Elder Maxson said you'd help me build the Signal Interceptor.ProctorIngram: So, it looks like you're calling the shots around here now, huh?A
709{returning to a conversation that got interrupted / Neutral} Proctor Ingram, about the Signal Interceptor...ProctorIngram: It's difficult to make out all the details here, but I'm thinking you can get started by building a Stabilized Reflector Platform.A
710000FED0CProctorIngram: All right, I'll bite. What does your new miracle device do?{Confident} The Institute uses teleportation to get in and out. This machine can hijack their signal and send me instead.ProctorIngram: Teleportation?A1a
711000FED0BProctorIngram: All right, I'll bite. What does your new miracle device do?{Irritated} You're supposed to be the expert. All I have are these plans.ProctorIngram: All right, tough guy. Let me take a look.B1a
712000FED0AProctorIngram: All right, I'll bite. What does your new miracle device do?{Confident} I'm not sure I can explain how it works, but a former Institute scientist gave me these plans.ProctorIngram: Hmm. Let me see.X1a
713000FED09ProctorIngram: All right, I'll bite. What does your new miracle device do?{Question} Did you know the Institute has a teleporter called the Molecular Relay? Take a look.ProctorIngram: Molecular... what? No.Y1a
714000FECFEProctorIngram: And this little beauty allows you to literally hijack a return signal. Instead of grabbing the intended target, it grabs you instead. Impressive.{Impressed} Well, you definitely know your stuff.ProctorIngram: Damn right I do.A1a
715000FECFDProctorIngram: And this little beauty allows you to literally hijack a return signal. Instead of grabbing the intended target, it grabs you instead. Impressive.{Irritated} How can you admire them? They're a bunch of murderers.ProctorIngram: Woah, slow down there.B1a
716000FECFCProctorIngram: And this little beauty allows you to literally hijack a return signal. Instead of grabbing the intended target, it grabs you instead. Impressive.{Irritated} Enough of the technical talk.ProctorIngram: Chomping at the bit to get this thing built, huh? Me too.X1a
717000FECFBProctorIngram: And this little beauty allows you to literally hijack a return signal. Instead of grabbing the intended target, it grabs you instead. Impressive.{Question} That all sounds impressive, but can you build it?ProctorIngram: If I can keep that flying pile of junk in the air, I can work miracles.Y1a
718000FECF9ProctorIngram: It's going to take a cargo hold full of high-grade metal, but I'm sure we have plenty of it right here at the airport.{Friendly} I'm glad you could make sense of those plans.ProctorIngram: I haven't made sense of all of it yet, but I will by the time you get the first part built.A1a
719000FECF8ProctorIngram: It's going to take a cargo hold full of high-grade metal, but I'm sure we have plenty of it right here at the airport.{Irritated} I don't see how this is ever going to work.ProctorIngram: It might look like a bunch of children's doodles to you, but trust me, there's a method to this madness.B1a
720000FECF7ProctorIngram: It's going to take a cargo hold full of high-grade metal, but I'm sure we have plenty of it right here at the airport.{impatient / Irritated} Just tell me what we need so I can get started.ProctorIngram: Sorry that I'm boring you.X1a
721000FECF6ProctorIngram: It's going to take a cargo hold full of high-grade metal, but I'm sure we have plenty of it right here at the airport.{Question} Can you give me a list of what I'll need to build this platform?ProctorIngram: Of course.Y1a
722MQ206BoS_004_IngramPlatformDone000FECEFNPCFProctorIngram: Any luck building the platform yet?{Confident} Yes, I'm ready to build the rest of it.ProctorIngram: Good, let's move on then.A1a
723000FECEENPCFProctorIngram: Any luck building the platform yet?{Confident} No, not yet.ProctorIngram: According to Maxson, this is priority one... so quit fooling around and build it already.B1a
724000FECEDNPCFProctorIngram: Any luck building the platform yet?{Sarcastic} I glued a bunch of parts together and hoped for the best. Good enough?ProctorIngram: Hey, you're the one that's going to be standing on the thing. If it blows up, it's going to hurt you a lot more than it'll hurt me.X1a
725000FECECNPCFProctorIngram: Any luck building the platform yet?{Question} Did you figure out the rest of Virgil's schematics?ProctorIngram: We'll know after we throw the switch.Y1a
72600071FF2ProctorIngram: Now I know some of that might as well be in Greek, so I'll be around if you have any questions.{Grateful} Looks good, Ingram. I'll get to work right away.ProctorIngram: Hm. I wish I had your confidence.A1a
72700071FF1ProctorIngram: Now I know some of that might as well be in Greek, so I'll be around if you have any questions.{Concerned} Wow, that's quite a list. Might take me a while to find everything.ProctorIngram: That's fine. It's going to take me a while to figure out how to make this crazy contraption work.B1a
72800071FF0ProctorIngram: Now I know some of that might as well be in Greek, so I'll be around if you have any questions.{Confident} I'm on it.ProctorIngram: I hope so.X1a
72900071FEFProctorIngram: Now I know some of that might as well be in Greek, so I'll be around if you have any questions.{Puzzled} Can you explain how this thing is actually going to work?ProctorIngram: According to Virgil's notes, it takes four components to complete the Signal Interceptor.Y1a
730MQ206BoS_005_IngramParts000FECE5NPCFProctorIngram: Do you need any help with the Signal Interceptor?{Thinking} Could use your help finding parts for the Beam Emitter.ProctorIngram: I'd scout out pre-war military bases for military-grade circuit boards.A1a
731000FECE4NPCFProctorIngram: Do you need any help with the Signal Interceptor?{Confident} Not now.ProctorIngram: You still have a lot more to do. Better get back to work.B1a
732000FECE3NPCFProctorIngram: Do you need any help with the Signal Interceptor?{Worried} Not sure how we're going to build this Relay Dish.ProctorIngram: Try and locate old radar installations or radio transmitters. If you're lucky, a few of them might still have their dishes intact.X1a
733000FECE2NPCFProctorIngram: Do you need any help with the Signal Interceptor?{Question} How are we going to build a Control Console?ProctorIngram: Old hospitals might have the equipment to translate your molecular information for transmission. Best lead I can think of right now.Y1a
734MQ206BoSTeleportStart000FECD7NPCFProctorIngram: I've checked and rechecked everything. I think the Signal Interceptor's ready to go... are you?{Confident} Let's do this.ProctorIngram: All right.A1a
735000FECD6NPCFProctorIngram: I've checked and rechecked everything. I think the Signal Interceptor's ready to go... are you?{Concerned} I'm not ready yet.ProctorIngram: Fine, wouldn't kill me to crunch the numbers a few more times anyway.B1a
736000FECD5NPCFProctorIngram: I've checked and rechecked everything. I think the Signal Interceptor's ready to go... are you?{Neutral} I have some things to do first.ProctorIngram: Yeah, I wouldn't be eager to jump onto this contraption either.X1a
737000FECD4NPCFProctorIngram: I've checked and rechecked everything. I think the Signal Interceptor's ready to go... are you?{Question} Shouldn't we test it first?ProctorIngram: Not with a single frequency code.Y1a

MQ206MinEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
738MQ206Min_001_NotInFaction000CA966I need your help with these schematics.Preston: Oh yeah? What are they for?A
739000CA965Preston: Oh yeah? What are they for?These are plans for building a Signal Interceptor to get inside the Institute.A1a
740000CA964Preston: Oh yeah? What are they for?They get me inside the Institute.B1a
741000CA963Preston: Oh yeah? What are they for?All you need to know is that it's for a machine that can get me inside the Institute.X1a
742000CA962Preston: Oh yeah? What are they for?A scientist named Virgil said this machine could get me inside the Institute.Y1a
743MQ206Min_001FromMin01000CA957Preston: The Institute? Why in the world would you want to mess around with them?They kidnapped my baby.Preston: Damn... that's some bad business, even for them.A2a
744000CA956Preston: The Institute? Why in the world would you want to mess around with them?They killed my husband.Preston: Oh. I'm sorry.B2a
745000CA955Preston: The Institute? Why in the world would you want to mess around with them?I just need to know if you can help me.X1a
746000CA954Preston: The Institute? Why in the world would you want to mess around with them?Can you help me or not?Y1a
747MQ206Min_002_InFaction000CA950NPCMPrestonGarvey: What do you need, General?I have plans here to build a Signal Interceptor that can get me inside the Institute.A1a
748000CA94FNPCMPrestonGarvey: What do you need, General?I need help. We need to build a device that can get me inside the Institute.B1a
749000CA94ENPCMPrestonGarvey: What do you need, General?All you need to know is there's a machine that can get me inside the Institute.X1a
750000CA94DNPCMPrestonGarvey: What do you need, General?Can you take a look at these schematics? A scientist named Virgil said they could get me inside the Institute.Y1a
751MQ206Min_003_PrestonIntroResolution000CA948Preston: Now, assuming you could build this thing... what exactly does it do?The Institute uses teleportation to get in and out. This machine can hijack their signal and send me instead.Preston: Teleportation? For real? Wow. That would explain a lot about how the Institute manages to operate...A1a
752000CA947Preston: Now, assuming you could build this thing... what exactly does it do?It gets me inside the Institute. That's all that matters.Preston: Okay, General. If you think it will really work, then you should see if Sturges can make heads or tails of those plans.B1a
753000CA946Preston: Now, assuming you could build this thing... what exactly does it do?I'm not sure I can explain how it works, but a former Institute scientist gave me these plans.Preston: There can't be too many former Institute scientists running around loose. I guess he'd be likely to know what he's talking about.X1a
754000CA945Preston: Now, assuming you could build this thing... what exactly does it do?Did you know the Institute has a teleporter? They call it the Molecular Relay.Preston: Teleportation? For real? Wow. That would explain a lot about how the Institute manages to operate...Y1a
755MQ206MinSturgesIntro000CA966{Question} Preston thought you might be able to figure out these plans for me.Sturges: Sure thing. Let's see what you've got.A
756000CE9EFSturges: Sure thing. Let's see what you've got.{Friendly} Here you go.A1a
757000CE9EESturges: Sure thing. Let's see what you've got.{Neutral} Not now.Sturges: It's up to you, man.B1a
758000CE9EDSturges: Sure thing. Let's see what you've got.{Concerned} I need to know if you can build this.X1a
759000CE9ECSturges: Sure thing. Let's see what you've got.{Question} Do you think you can build this?Y1a
760000CE9E5Sturges: Teleportation? This is some pretty crazy shit. You sure it's for real?{Confident} It's real. I got it from an ex-Institute scientist.Sturges: Seriously? I didn't know you could be an ex-Institute anything and still be breathing.A1a
761000CE9E4Sturges: Teleportation? This is some pretty crazy shit. You sure it's for real?{Irritated} I wouldn't be wasting your time if I didn't think it was real.Sturges: Okay, okay. But you've got to admit, it isn't every day somebody asks me to build them a teleport hijacker.B1a
762000CE9E3Sturges: Teleportation? This is some pretty crazy shit. You sure it's for real?{Sarcastic} Either it is, or we end up building one hell of a paper weight.Sturges: Well... whoever wrote this does seem to know what they're talking about. Could be a genius or totally insane. Guess we'll find out.X1a
763000CE9E2Sturges: Teleportation? This is some pretty crazy shit. You sure it's for real?{Question} I got this from someone who should know what he's talking about. Can you build it or not?Sturges: Well... yeah, I think so.Y1a
764000CE9DBSturges: It'll need some pretty high-grade metals, but it's basically not that different than the lining of a jet engine or something like that.{Friendly} Good work, Sturges.Sturges: Don't thank me yet. I think I got the gist of it, but it's going to take some time to work out the details of some of the hairier sections.A1a
765000CE9DASturges: It'll need some pretty high-grade metals, but it's basically not that different than the lining of a jet engine or something like that.{Worried} I'm not feeling confident here, Sturges.Sturges: Don't worry, we'll figure it out. No matter how crazy the theory, in the end it all comes down to engineering.B1a
766000CE9D9Sturges: It'll need some pretty high-grade metals, but it's basically not that different than the lining of a jet engine or something like that.{Neutral} Just tell me what we need so I can get started.Sturges: Yeah, sure.X1a
767000CE9D8Sturges: It'll need some pretty high-grade metals, but it's basically not that different than the lining of a jet engine or something like that.{Question} Can you give me a list of what I'll need to build this platform?Sturges: Yeah, sure.Y1a
768MQ206MinSturgesParts000CE9D6NPCMSturges: You need any help with that Signal Interceptor?{Question} Need to find parts for the Beam Emitter.Sturges: We're going to need a military-grade circuit board. Check out prewar army bases.A1a
769000CE9D5NPCMSturges: You need any help with that Signal Interceptor?{Confident} Not now.B1a
770000CE9D4NPCMSturges: You need any help with that Signal Interceptor?{Question} Not sure how we're going to build this Relay Dish.Sturges: We should be able to scavenge what we need from old communication equipment - radio stations, radar sites, that kind of thing.X1a
771000CE9D3NPCMSturges: You need any help with that Signal Interceptor?{Question} How are we going to build the Control Console?Sturges: We're going to need something to translate your molecular and biological information for the transmission... old hospitals seem like the best bet.Y1a
772MQ206MinSturgesPlatformBuilt000CE9C9NPCMSturges: How's it going? Did you find a good spot to build your Signal Interceptor?{Confident} Yeah. Ready to build the rest of it.Sturges: Good. I think I've got a handle on this crazy contraption. At least as much as I can tell, until we actually try to build it.A1a
773000CE9C8NPCMSturges: How's it going? Did you find a good spot to build your Signal Interceptor?{Neutral} No, not yet.Sturges: Okay. I've got plenty to keep me busy here, don't worry.B1a
774000CE9C7NPCMSturges: How's it going? Did you find a good spot to build your Signal Interceptor?{referring to the shape of the teleporter platform being big and round / Sarcastic} There's a giant metal pizza sitting on the ground now, so... Yeah...Sturges: I was just asking. No need for the snide remarks.X1a
775000CE9C6NPCMSturges: How's it going? Did you find a good spot to build your Signal Interceptor?{Question} Did you figure out the rest of Virgil's schematics?Sturges: I think so. Best I can tell until we actually try to put it together.Y1a
7760004445ASturges: I'll meet you over at the building site, and we'll see if we can actually make this thing work.{Grateful} Thanks, Sturges. I'll get right on this.Sturges: Good deal.A1a
77700044459Sturges: I'll meet you over at the building site, and we'll see if we can actually make this thing work.{Concerned} It may take me a while to gather these things.Sturges: That's okay, I'll need time to figure out how to make everything work together.B1a
77800044458Sturges: I'll meet you over at the building site, and we'll see if we can actually make this thing work.{Neutral} I'd better get started.Sturges: Okay.X1a
77900044457Sturges: I'll meet you over at the building site, and we'll see if we can actually make this thing work.{Puzzled} Can you explain how this thing is actually going to work?Sturges: Let me break it down for you. There's... four main parts to this thing.Y1a
780MQ206MinTeleportStart000CE9BBNPCMSturges: Everything looks good on my end. You ready to see if this thing actually works?{Confident} Let's do this.Sturges: You sure? ... okay. Your part is simple. Just step onto the platform.A1a
781000CE9BANPCMSturges: Everything looks good on my end. You ready to see if this thing actually works?{Neutral} I'm not ready yet.Sturges: That's cool, I'll keep tuning this baby. Although we won't know if it's going to work until we actually try it.B1a
782000CE9B9NPCMSturges: Everything looks good on my end. You ready to see if this thing actually works?{Neutral} I have some things to do first.Sturges: That's cool, I'll keep tuning this baby. Although we won't know if it's going to work until we actually try it.X1a
783000CE9B8NPCMSturges: Everything looks good on my end. You ready to see if this thing actually works?{Concerned} Shouldn't we test it first?Sturges: I wish we could, be we've only got the one frequency code.Y1a
784-000CE9A5I still need your help building the Signal Interceptor.
785{Question} Can you take a look at these schematics? They're for a machine to get me inside the Institute.
786000CA940I need to get inside the Institute. These are plans for the machine that can do it.

MQ206RREdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
787MQ206RR_001_NotInFaction000B28C3NPCFDesdemona: Ah, the Courser Killer returns. What brings you back here?I need to build a Signal Interceptor to get into the Institute.A1a
788000B28C2NPCFDesdemona: Ah, the Courser Killer returns. What brings you back here?Nothing. Nevermind.B1a
789000B28C1NPCFDesdemona: Ah, the Courser Killer returns. What brings you back here?All you need to know is there's a machine that can get me inside the Institute.X1a
790000B28C0NPCFDesdemona: Ah, the Courser Killer returns. What brings you back here?{Question} Can you take a look at these schematics? A scientist named Virgil said they could get me inside the Institute.Y1a
791MQ206RR_002_InFaction000B3469Desdemona: So that's what the Courser Chip was all about. You needed that frequency I take it? Why? What does this machine do?The Institute uses teleportation to get in and out. The Interceptor can hijack their signal and send me instead.Desdemona: We've spent dozens of years and too many good agents' lives only to discover not a god damned thing. And now we have the answer thanks to you. Teleportation.A1a
792000B3468Desdemona: So that's what the Courser Chip was all about. You needed that frequency I take it? Why? What does this machine do?I got a way in. The only thing that matters is if you're going to help me.Desdemona: It seems we taught you the lesson about operational security too well. That's a smart call, agent. But you still need to show these plans to Tinker Tom so we know how we can help you.B1a
793000B3467Desdemona: So that's what the Courser Chip was all about. You needed that frequency I take it? Why? What does this machine do?I'm not sure I can explain how it works, but a former Institute scientist gave me these plans.X1a
794000B3466Desdemona: So that's what the Courser Chip was all about. You needed that frequency I take it? Why? What does this machine do?{Question} Did you know the Institute has a teleporter called the Molecular Relay?Desdemona: We've spent dozens of years and too many good agents' lives only to discover not a god damned thing. And now we have the answer thanks to you. Teleportation.Y1a
795000B2D97NPCFDesdemona: Glad to have you aboard. Before you joined us, you wanted my help with something. I'm listening.I have plans here to build a Signal Interceptor that can get me into the Institute.A1a
796000B2D96NPCFDesdemona: Glad to have you aboard. Before you joined us, you wanted my help with something. I'm listening.Nothing. Nevermind.B1a
797000B2D95NPCFDesdemona: Glad to have you aboard. Before you joined us, you wanted my help with something. I'm listening.All you need to know is there's a machine that can get me inside the Institute.X1a
798000B2D94NPCFDesdemona: Glad to have you aboard. Before you joined us, you wanted my help with something. I'm listening.{Question} Can you take a look at these schematics? A scientist named Virgil said they could get me inside the Institute.Y1a
799MQ206RR_003_TinkerTomIntro000D0FFETinkerTom: By the time you finish that, I'll have the rest done.{Friendly} Nice work, Tom. Glad you're on our side.TinkerTom: Hey, tell that to Carrington, though.A1a
800000D0FFDTinkerTom: By the time you finish that, I'll have the rest done.{Irritated} You'd better figure the rest out, Tom.TinkerTom: I've done a whole lot more with a whole lot less, my friend.B1a
801000D0FFCTinkerTom: By the time you finish that, I'll have the rest done.So the next step...X1a
802000D0FFBTinkerTom: By the time you finish that, I'll have the rest done.{Question} What's it going to take to build it?Y1a
803000B3F04TinkerTom: Just goes to show you, people have to listen to good ol' Tom. So hand over the plans and let's see what we got.Here you go. Let's see what we need.A1a
804000B3F03TinkerTom: Just goes to show you, people have to listen to good ol' Tom. So hand over the plans and let's see what we got.Not now.TinkerTom: All right, but Dez wants this done ASAP. If this can get us into the Institute, it'll be a real game changer.B1a
805000B3F02TinkerTom: Just goes to show you, people have to listen to good ol' Tom. So hand over the plans and let's see what we got.{Wry, grim humor / Sarcastic} Hopefully it'll be easier than assembling Shaun's crib.X1a
806000B3F01TinkerTom: Just goes to show you, people have to listen to good ol' Tom. So hand over the plans and let's see what we got.{Question} Do you think you can decipher them?TinkerTom: I won't know until I get a look see.Y1a
807000B3EFBTinkerTom: And you can divert the signal using a heavily modified relay interception. Like a... pirate broadcast, you know? That's intense.{Friendly} I knew you could figure it out, Tom.A1a
808000B3EFATinkerTom: And you can divert the signal using a heavily modified relay interception. Like a... pirate broadcast, you know? That's intense.{Irritated} Skip to the part where we build the thing, Tom.B1a
809000B3EF9TinkerTom: And you can divert the signal using a heavily modified relay interception. Like a... pirate broadcast, you know? That's intense.A lot is riding on this, Tom.TinkerTom: Yeah, yeah, all right, all right.X1a
810000B3EF8TinkerTom: And you can divert the signal using a heavily modified relay interception. Like a... pirate broadcast, you know? That's intense.{Question} Can you build it, Tom?Y1a
811MQ206RR_004_TinkerTomPlatformBuilt000D0FF3NPCMTinkerTom: You got the platform built yet? Tick tock, tick tock. I'm waiting for the good news.I did it. The platform's constructed.TinkerTom: And I filled in the blanks on the blueprints. We can actually build this crazy thing.A1a
812000D0FF2NPCMTinkerTom: You got the platform built yet? Tick tock, tick tock. I'm waiting for the good news.No, still working on it.TinkerTom: I hear you. Once you do, check back with me. I'll fill you in on what I noodled out.B1a
813000D0FF1NPCMTinkerTom: You got the platform built yet? Tick tock, tick tock. I'm waiting for the good news.I'll get it to it later.TinkerTom: No worries. Gives me more time to work the blueprints.X1a
814000D0FF0NPCMTinkerTom: You got the platform built yet? Tick tock, tick tock. I'm waiting for the good news.{Question} You figure out the rest of the plans?TinkerTom: Oh yeah, man. I squared away the science with the engineering. We should be in business. But I want to run the numbers again just to be sure.Y1a
815000B3EEATinkerTom: You find those and we'll knock down the gates of Hell.{Friendly} Thanks, Tom. I'll find them.TinkerTom: I don't doubt it for a minute.A1a
816000B3EE9TinkerTom: You find those and we'll knock down the gates of Hell.{Irritated} I don't have time for a scavenger hunt.TinkerTom: There's only so far my miraculous ingenuity can go, my friend. I got needs.B1a
817000B3EE8TinkerTom: You find those and we'll knock down the gates of Hell.I'll get started.TinkerTom: Yeah, the sooner the better.X1a
818000B3EE7TinkerTom: You find those and we'll knock down the gates of Hell.{Question} How's the interceptor actually work?TinkerTom: Then let me impart some science to you. We got four main parts.Y1a
819MQ206RR_004a_TinkerTomParts000B3EF2NPCMTinkerTom: Hey, man, need help with the Signal Interceptor? This thing is going to be huge. We'll finally learn about what the Institute's really up to, man.Could use your help finding parts for the Beam Emitter.TinkerTom: We need some high tech shit for that. A military-grade circuit board.A1a
820000B3EF1NPCMTinkerTom: Hey, man, need help with the Signal Interceptor? This thing is going to be huge. We'll finally learn about what the Institute's really up to, man.Not now.B1a
821000B3EF0NPCMTinkerTom: Hey, man, need help with the Signal Interceptor? This thing is going to be huge. We'll finally learn about what the Institute's really up to, man.Not sure how we're going to build this Relay Dish.TinkerTom: That one's not bad. Old radio stations got those. You know, communication equipment.X1a
822000B3EEFNPCMTinkerTom: Hey, man, need help with the Signal Interceptor? This thing is going to be huge. We'll finally learn about what the Institute's really up to, man.{Question} How are we going to build this Control Console?TinkerTom: Every last one of your atoms and molecules needs to be categorized then translated into a pure digital feed.Y1a
823MQ206RR_006_InterceptorComplete0020AFC6Desdemona: Can you do that? Can you be our agent on the inside?{Confident / Confident} Bring it on.Desdemona: You can do this, I believe in you.A1a
8240020AFC5Desdemona: Can you do that? Can you be our agent on the inside?I'm no good at lying.Desdemona: Do your best and hold out as long as you can. We can't ask for anything more.B1a
8250020AFC4Desdemona: Can you do that? Can you be our agent on the inside?This whole thing makes me uncomfortable.Desdemona: We don't have a lot of options.X1a
8260020AFC3Desdemona: Can you do that? Can you be our agent on the inside?{Question} How do I infiltrate them?Desdemona: You're going to have to sell them a lie. It's best to stick as close to the truth as possible.Y1a
827000B9D79Desdemona: What I'm about to tell you is the most closely guarded secret the Railroad has. It's time you learn about Patriot.{Friendly} I like the name. Sounds encouraging.A1a
828000B9D78Desdemona: What I'm about to tell you is the most closely guarded secret the Railroad has. It's time you learn about Patriot.{Annoyed} The focus should be on the Institute, not this Patriot.Desdemona: Just listen for a moment. It's important.B1a
829000B9D77Desdemona: What I'm about to tell you is the most closely guarded secret the Railroad has. It's time you learn about Patriot.{Snarky / Sarcastic} Patriot? Seriously? Who chooses these code names, anyway?Desdemona: Your sarcasm is noted.X1a
830000B9D76Desdemona: What I'm about to tell you is the most closely guarded secret the Railroad has. It's time you learn about Patriot.{Question} Patriot?Y1a
831000B9D70Desdemona: If your plan works, and you're able to get inside the Institute, we need you to make contact.{Solemn} Okay. I'll do my best.A1a
832000B9D6FDesdemona: If your plan works, and you're able to get inside the Institute, we need you to make contact.{Defiant} I can't risk that. I need to find my son.Desdemona: I'm confident you can find a way to do both. I leave it to your discretion.B1a
833000B9D6EDesdemona: If your plan works, and you're able to get inside the Institute, we need you to make contact.{Thinking} That's not much to go on. I might not be able to find him.Desdemona: You have to try.X1a
834000B9D6DDesdemona: If your plan works, and you're able to get inside the Institute, we need you to make contact.{Question} How can I contact him if you know nothing about him?Desdemona: Patriot devised a method to communicate with us one-way.Y1a
835zzOLD_MQ206RR_006_InterceptorComplete000CF25DDesdemona: Damn it. Fixer, you ready to do this? We can't lose this opportunity.I'm ready as I'll ever be.Desdemona: The moment of truth, then.A1a
836000CF25CDesdemona: Damn it. Fixer, you ready to do this? We can't lose this opportunity.No, I'm not.Desdemona: Make your preparations, but make them quickly. Tom could lose the signal any minute now.B1a
837000CF25BDesdemona: Damn it. Fixer, you ready to do this? We can't lose this opportunity.I don't know...Desdemona: Make your preparations, but make them quickly. Tom could lose the signal any minute now.X1a
838000CF25ADesdemona: Damn it. Fixer, you ready to do this? We can't lose this opportunity.{Question} Can't we do this later?Desdemona: We have no idea when we'll pick up another signal. It may be a case of now or never. So, are you ready?Y1a

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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
839MQ207ChildShaunScene001999C6{Puzzled} ...Shaun?ShaunChild: Huh? Yes... I'm Shaun...A
840000A16FCShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?{Apologetic} Shaun, daddy's gone... but I'm here. Mommy's here now.A2a
841000A16FBShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?{Angry} Those bastards. They... They killed your father!B2a
842000A16FAShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?{Concerned} We're leaving this place. Together. Okay Shaun?X1a
843000A16F9ShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?{Worried} Shaun, are you okay? You're not hurt, are you?Y1a
844000A16F1ShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!{desperate / Worried} Please, Shaun... I'm your mother... talk to me! Just open the door...A2a
845000A16F0ShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!{angry, emotional / Defiant} Damn it, Shaun! Open the door!B1a
846000A16EFShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!{emotional, trying to soothe/calm / Worried} Shaun, please... calm down. I'll get you out of there.X1a
847000A16EEShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!{emotional, confused / Disbelief} Who is Father? Where is he?Y1a
8480005C2E2ShaunChild: What's going on? Father? Father!{Apologetic} Shhhh... It'll be okay, Shaun. Mommy's here now.ShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!A2a
8490005C2E1ShaunChild: What's going on? Father? Father!{Defiant} I'll kill them for this. All of them!ShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!B1a
8500005C2E0ShaunChild: What's going on? Father? Father!{Worried} Shaun, open the door...ShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!X1a
8510005C2DFShaunChild: What's going on? Father? Father!{Worried} Shaun, honey, what do you want me to do?ShaunChild: I don't know you! Go away! Father! Father, help me! There's someone here! Help me!Y2a
8520005706AShaunChild: Huh? Yes... I'm Shaun...{Surprised} Shaun? Oh my god, it's really you...ShaunChild: Who... Who are you?A1a
85300057069ShaunChild: Huh? Yes... I'm Shaun...{Angry} God damn them. So many years stolen...ShaunChild: Who... Who are you?B1a
85400057068ShaunChild: Huh? Yes... I'm Shaun...{Disbelief} Shaun, I've been looking for you for... so long.ShaunChild: Who... Who are you?X1a
85500057067ShaunChild: Huh? Yes... I'm Shaun...{overcome with emotion, hope / Disbelief} Shaun... Is that really you?ShaunChild: Who... Who are you?Y1a
85600057061ShaunChild: Who... Who are you?{Apologetic} Shaun, it's me. I'm... I'm your mom.ShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?A2a
85700057060ShaunChild: Who... Who are you?{Angry} These bad people, they... they stole you from me.ShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?B1a
8580005705FShaunChild: Who... Who are you?{Concerned} Come on, Shaun. We need to go.ShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?X1a
8590005705EShaunChild: Who... Who are you?{Suspicious} Shaun, where is everyone?ShaunChild: Father... What's going on? What's happening?Y1a
860MQ207NewShaunDontBelieveScene001999C6I don't believe you.Shaun: I wish there were something to say. I know this isn't what you wanted. But it's the only truth I can offer you.A
861001999D4Shaun: I've shown you my trust. Your weapons haven't been confiscated, and I stand unarmed before you. Please, let's just talk.{resigned} All right... let's talk, then.A1a
862001999D3Shaun: I've shown you my trust. Your weapons haven't been confiscated, and I stand unarmed before you. Please, let's just talk.I want out of this place. Now.B1a
863001999D2Shaun: I've shown you my trust. Your weapons haven't been confiscated, and I stand unarmed before you. Please, let's just talk.We have nothing to talk about.X1a
864001999D1Shaun: I've shown you my trust. Your weapons haven't been confiscated, and I stand unarmed before you. Please, let's just talk.If this is true... where do we start?Y1a
865001982A1Shaun: I wish there were something to say. I know this isn't what you wanted. But it's the only truth I can offer you.It can't be true. It's all just... It's just too much.Shaun: I'm so sorry. I wish that things were different.A1a
866001982A0Shaun: I wish there were something to say. I know this isn't what you wanted. But it's the only truth I can offer you.You're lying. I know it.Shaun: Why would I lie? What would I have to gain from it? I assure you, this is the truth.B1a
8670019829FShaun: I wish there were something to say. I know this isn't what you wanted. But it's the only truth I can offer you.You're my son? Then prove it. Now.Shaun: I've already told you how I came to be here. I don't know what further proof I could offer that would convince you.X1a
8680019829EShaun: I wish there were something to say. I know this isn't what you wanted. But it's the only truth I can offer you.{tortured / Pleading} Why are you doing this to me? After everything I've been through...Shaun: I don't mean any of this to hurt you. I'm just... I'm trying to help you. Help us.Y1a
869MQ207NewShaunExplanationScene0019FCDEShaun: Rather than cast me aside once they had what they needed, they raised me as one of their own. I've lived my entire life within the Institute.It looks like they raised you well.Shaun: It helped that I had a natural affinity for science, but yes.A1a
8700019FCDDShaun: Rather than cast me aside once they had what they needed, they raised me as one of their own. I've lived my entire life within the Institute.They had no right to take you! You were my son... our son...Shaun: I'm not justifying what they did, just explaining.B1a
8710019FCDCShaun: Rather than cast me aside once they had what they needed, they raised me as one of their own. I've lived my entire life within the Institute.I...I woke up. I saw them take you. I couldn't stop them. I couldn't do anything...Shaun: I'm sorry. I really am.X1a
8720019FCDBShaun: Rather than cast me aside once they had what they needed, they raised me as one of their own. I've lived my entire life within the Institute.Why would they pick you?Shaun: Ours was a unique situation. Vault-Tec records were easily accessible to the Institute, and they were looking for as young a specimen as possible.Y1a
873MQ207NewShaunInstituteScene0019B184Shaun: The Institute... It's important. It really is humanity's best hope for the future, no matter what those above ground might think of us.It doesn't matter what they think. What matters is what you do.Shaun: I'm glad we see it the same way.A1a
8740019B183Shaun: The Institute... It's important. It really is humanity's best hope for the future, no matter what those above ground might think of us.They're scared of you, Shaun. Scared of the Institute.Shaun: People are always frightened by what they don't understand.B1a
8750019B182Shaun: The Institute... It's important. It really is humanity's best hope for the future, no matter what those above ground might think of us.They need your help, Shaun. It's rough up there, to say the least.Shaun: Oh, we've tried that.X1a
8760019B181Shaun: The Institute... It's important. It really is humanity's best hope for the future, no matter what those above ground might think of us.But... Director? Why you?Shaun: I was the most qualified for the position, obviously.Y1a
877MQ207NewShaunKelloggScene001999CAShaun: It wasn't until I became Director that I learned of all the things he'd done... what kind of man he was.After what I've seen, I pity the man. He was as much a victim as anything.Shaun: After what he did to you? I'm shocked you would be so generous.A1a
878001999C9Shaun: It wasn't until I became Director that I learned of all the things he'd done... what kind of man he was.He was a murderer. He killed your father.Shaun: Believe me, I am well aware of the atrocities Kellogg committed. I suspect there are many more we'll never know of.B2a
879001999C8Shaun: It wasn't until I became Director that I learned of all the things he'd done... what kind of man he was.Kellogg was... let's just say he was more complex than you might think.Shaun: After what he's done... I'm surprised to hear you say that.X1a
880001999C7Shaun: It wasn't until I became Director that I learned of all the things he'd done... what kind of man he was.{Angry} You knew the man was a psychopath, but you used him anyway?Shaun: Would have preferred that I turned him loose on the Commonwealth? At least keeping him on a short leash kept the collateral damage to a minimum.Y1a
881MQ207NewShaunParentScene0019AB92Shaun: I've gone over the records of the incident, of course. It seems her death was an unfortunate bit of collateral damage.{Sad} Shaun, he loved you... so much.Shaun: I have no doubt. I'm afraid I have little experience with those emotions, having lived my life within the Institute.A2a
8820019AB91Shaun: I've gone over the records of the incident, of course. It seems her death was an unfortunate bit of collateral damage.{horrified / Disgust} Collateral damage? He was murdered!Shaun: Killed, yes. Murdered? I'm not so sure about that. Still... I do regret never having known her.B2a
8830019AB90Shaun: I've gone over the records of the incident, of course. It seems her death was an unfortunate bit of collateral damage.You don't remember... you didn't see it the way I did. It was... brutal.Shaun: Yes, I'm sure it was. Sadly the world has become a brutal, unforgiving place.X1a
8840019AB8FShaun: I've gone over the records of the incident, of course. It seems her death was an unfortunate bit of collateral damage.{Disbelief} Collateral Damage? Is that all it is to you?Shaun: I forget that it's been such a short time for you.Y1a
885MQ207NewShaunQuestionsScene001999C6So...Shaun: I know there's more for us to discuss, but...A
8860019B192Shaun: ...and now, after all these years, you have an opportunity to help with that. Doesn't that intrigue you? Isn't that what you want?Yes, that's what I want.Shaun: I know you have been through so much. I'm pleased to see it has not impaired your judgment.A1a
8870019B191Shaun: ...and now, after all these years, you have an opportunity to help with that. Doesn't that intrigue you? Isn't that what you want?I won't be a part of this. I can't.Shaun: Why? Because of the reputation of the Institute?B1a
8880019B190Shaun: ...and now, after all these years, you have an opportunity to help with that. Doesn't that intrigue you? Isn't that what you want?Maybe... I... I don't know. This is so much to take in.Shaun: I know, and I am sorry. You have been through so much in such a short time.X1a
8890019B18FShaun: ...and now, after all these years, you have an opportunity to help with that. Doesn't that intrigue you? Isn't that what you want?You want me to stay here, in the Institute?Shaun: Yes, that is what I propose. Is it so hard to imagine?Y1a
89000198296Shaun: I know there's more for us to discuss, but...So you're in charge of the Institute?A1a
89100198295Shaun: I know there's more for us to discuss, but...I don't want to hear anymore right now.Shaun: Very well.B1a
892Shaun: I know there's more for us to discuss, but...I think I've heard enough for now.Shaun: Very well.B2a
89300198294Shaun: I know there's more for us to discuss, but...Your father... He never got to see you grow up.X2a
89400198293Shaun: I know there's more for us to discuss, but...Kellogg... he worked for you?Y1a
895MQ207NewShaunReconsiderScene001999C6Shaun... can we talk about this?Shaun: Have you reconsidered your decision?A
896001A62C3Shaun: Have you reconsidered your decision?I've... changed my mind. I'll work with you.Shaun: Well, that's good to hear. All right, then...A1a
897001A62C2Shaun: Have you reconsidered your decision?Forget it. Never mind.Shaun: I see. Well, as I've said, you may see yourself out.B1a
898001A62C1Shaun: Have you reconsidered your decision?I'm sorry. I'm not interested.Shaun: That's a shame. I had hoped for so much more.X1a
899001A62C0Shaun: Have you reconsidered your decision?Shaun, isn't there some other option, some other way we could work things out?Shaun: You've seen the Commonwealth. You must have some idea of how this world works.Y1a
900MQ207NewShaunStartScene001999C6What's going on here?Shaun: Please try and keep an open mind. I recognize that you are emotional, and that your journey here has been fraught with challenges.A
901001982CEShaun: Let's start anew. I am Father. Welcome to the Institute.{emphasis on "real" / Stern} Give me Shaun. The real Shaun. Right now.Shaun: I know, I know. You've gone to such lengths to find him.A1a
902001982CDShaun: Let's start anew. I am Father. Welcome to the Institute.{Angry} I could kill you. Right here, right now.Shaun: Yes. Yes you could. And I would be powerless to stop you.B1a
903001982CCShaun: Let's start anew. I am Father. Welcome to the Institute.{shell-shocked / Disbelief} This is... insane. All of it.Shaun: The degree of trauma you're experiencing right now is understandable... Please, just try to relax. I know this is all difficult to take in.X1a
904001982CBShaun: Let's start anew. I am Father. Welcome to the Institute.{confused, angry / Puzzled} Father? That's your name? Your title?Shaun: "Father" is my unofficial title. It's what I've come to mean to the people of the Institute. Just as... As you mean to your son. To Shaun.Y1a
905001982C3Shaun: I am... your son.{relieved, emotional / Relieved} It's really you... After all this time...Shaun: Yes, it's true.A1a
906001982C2Shaun: I am... your son.{angry, defiant / Angry} Bullshit.Shaun: Is it? After all the things you've seen and experienced in the Commonwealth? Think about it...B1a
907001982C1Shaun: I am... your son.{exasperated / Disbelief} Oh come on. That's crazy!Shaun: I assure you, I am completely sane. And entirely honest.X1a
908001982C0Shaun: I am... your son.{mind-blown / Disbelief} How... is that even possible?Shaun: I know this is a lot to take in.Y1a
909001982B5Shaun: And here I am. Raised by the Institute, and now its leader.{Somber} It... It wasn't right, what they did. Taking you from me like that.Shaun: To you, that would certainly seem true. But to the Institute... It made all the sense in the world.A1a
910001982B4Shaun: And here I am. Raised by the Institute, and now its leader.{angry / Angry} They stole you! Kidnapped you! It wasn't right!Shaun: Right, wrong... irrelevant. It was necessary. The Institute believed humanity's future depended on it.B1a
911001982B3Shaun: And here I am. Raised by the Institute, and now its leader.{Concerned} Hell of a story, but... I guess it does make sense.Shaun: I'm glad you're willing to accept the truth. It's quite encouraging.X1a
912001982B2Shaun: And here I am. Raised by the Institute, and now its leader.{heartbroken / Disbelief} But why? Why take a child? Why take you?Shaun: Ah, now that's the question, isn't it? "Why me?"Y1a
913001982AAShaun: I am their Father. Through Science, we are family. The synths, me... and you.Shaun... It's really you...Shaun: It really is.A1a
914001982A9Shaun: I am their Father. Through Science, we are family. The synths, me... and you.I don't believe you. There's no way any of this is true.B1a
915001982A8Shaun: I am their Father. Through Science, we are family. The synths, me... and you.Sixty years... so much time, wasted...Shaun: I know.X1a
916001982A7Shaun: I am their Father. Through Science, we are family. The synths, me... and you.And you... You've been down here the whole time?Shaun: I have, yes.Y1a
917000AE0BCPlayer Default: I know, I know. You've gone to such lengths to find him.{close to desperate, confused / Disbelief} Just... Help me understand what's going on here.Shaun: I promised answers, and answers you shall have.A1a
918000AE0B9Player Default: Yes. Yes you could. And I would be powerless to stop you.{threatening / Angry} I want answers, asshole. Now.Shaun: Under the circumstances, I will forgive your... Vulgarity.B1a
919000AE0B8Player Default: The degree of trauma you're experiencing right now is understandable... Please, just try to relax. I know this is all difficult to take in.{trying to keep it together / Disbelief} God, all we're missing are the teacups and the White Rabbit...Shaun: Ah, levity. Excellent. A sure sign that you adapt quickly to stressful environments.X1a
920000AE0B6Player Default: "Father" is my unofficial title. It's what I've come to mean to the people of the Institute. Just as... As you mean to your son. To Shaun.{Stern} I'll make this very simple. Where is my son?Shaun: He's here, in the Institute. Closer than you think.Y1a
921000AE0A6Shaun: So they followed the best example thus far - the human being. Walking, talking, fully articulate... Capable of anything.{Disgust} So the weird science experiments needed specimens. That's why they took you.Shaun: In a manner of speaking, yes.A1a
922000AE0A5Shaun: So they followed the best example thus far - the human being. Walking, talking, fully articulate... Capable of anything.{frustrated / Irritated} Yeah, you lost me. I don't see the point of any of this.Shaun: You don't see the connection? Let me try to explain.B1a
923000AE0A4Shaun: So they followed the best example thus far - the human being. Walking, talking, fully articulate... Capable of anything.{Somber} I think I see where this is going...Shaun: Then perhaps you already understand why it was necessary for the Institute to acquire me.X1a
924000AE0A3Shaun: So they followed the best example thus far - the human being. Walking, talking, fully articulate... Capable of anything.{Disbelief} Human synths? Really?Shaun: Human-like synths. A great distinction.Y1a
925MQ207ShaunOnTheFence0002B502Shaun: You've been in the Commonwealth. You've seen what it's like. I assure you that you are better off with us.{Concerned} Things are pretty terrible up there.Shaun: I've seen it myself. I know. That is why we are so committed to creating a better life for ourselves here.A1a
9260002B501Shaun: You've been in the Commonwealth. You've seen what it's like. I assure you that you are better off with us.Your Institute has done some horrible things.Shaun: Yes, well... the world is not what it used to be.B1a
9270002B500Shaun: You've been in the Commonwealth. You've seen what it's like. I assure you that you are better off with us.{Worried} I don't know what to do.Shaun: I realize that. It's why I'm trying to help you.X1a
9280002B4FFShaun: You've been in the Commonwealth. You've seen what it's like. I assure you that you are better off with us.{Pleading} How can you say that? How can you be so dismissive of all those people, everything they've done?Shaun: Because it is the simple truth, and I believe you know it too.Y1a
9290002B4EDShaun: Will you take that chance?All right.Shaun: Thank you.A1a
9300002B4ECShaun: Will you take that chance?I'm sorry. I can't do that.Shaun: I'm sorry to hear that.B1a
9310002B4EBShaun: Will you take that chance?I just don't know...Shaun: Just... give it time. Give the Institute a chance.X1a
9320002B4EAShaun: Will you take that chance?Are you sure you want this?Shaun: Yes, I am. It would benefit us both to work together.Y1a
933MQ207ShaunSideWithInstitute00017ED3Shaun: There is much to be done. You'll need time to acclimate yourself, a chance to become acquainted with our procedures...I'll do whatever it takes. It's worth it.Shaun: I am glad to hear that.A1a
93400017ED1Shaun: There is much to be done. You'll need time to acclimate yourself, a chance to become acquainted with our procedures...I'm not here to take orders.Shaun: I'm afraid things here are different from the lawless wastes above. A society cannot be maintained without order.B1a
93500017ECBShaun: There is much to be done. You'll need time to acclimate yourself, a chance to become acquainted with our procedures...I don't know about all that.Shaun: Don't worry. You'll see.X1a
93600017EC5Shaun: There is much to be done. You'll need time to acclimate yourself, a chance to become acquainted with our procedures...Is all that really necessary? What's there to learn?Shaun: For now, it's enough that you understand that the Institute really is devoted to the betterment of humanity.Y1a
93700017EA2Player Default: I am glad to hear that.All right, I'll go along with it.Shaun: Excellent.A1a
93800017E91Shaun: While you may be my father, I am Father to the Institute. It follows my lead, and thus for now, you must as well. Will you trust me?I can't afford to trust anyone.Shaun: I see. I am... disappointed.B1a
93900017E8FPlayer Default: Don't worry. You'll see.I just don't know...Shaun: I'm afraid there can be no more time for indecision. Please, let me show you what we can accomplish together.X1a
94000017E8BPlayer Default: For now, it's enough that you understand that the Institute really is devoted to the betterment of humanity.Follow your lead? Why do you get to call the shots?Shaun: Because my entire life has taken place within these walls. I have studied, I have trained, I have devoted my life to the Institute.Y1a
941MQ207Stage150SynthScene001999C6{hesitant, concerned / Concerned} Shaun, about this synth...Shaun: You mean the child? It's a fascinating project, really. There are issues to be solved, of course, but we've made remarkable progress.A
9420021572CShaun: You mean the child? It's a fascinating project, really. There are issues to be solved, of course, but we've made remarkable progress.{polite, slightly hesitant} He's definitely impressive.Shaun: Yes, it's pushed our technology to the limit. We've gained some valuable insights in terms of both hardware and software.A1a
9430021572BShaun: You mean the child? It's a fascinating project, really. There are issues to be solved, of course, but we've made remarkable progress.{Disgust} You made a child synth... that looks like you. That's... it's... It's an abomination!Shaun: It's a synth, not a human being. A simulacrum. Try to be more open-minded.B1a
9440021572AShaun: You mean the child? It's a fascinating project, really. There are issues to be solved, of course, but we've made remarkable progress.{unnerved, trying to be polite / Concerned} It seems like a strange choice, on more than one level.Shaun: I can understand how it might seem that way. It was... it is, something new. New discoveries are always welcome.X1a
94500215729Shaun: You mean the child? It's a fascinating project, really. There are issues to be solved, of course, but we've made remarkable progress.Why build it to look like you?Shaun: We'd advanced the technology behind synths to a point where this struck me as an interesting variation.Y1a
94600215722Shaun: Do you think you could love him? Like you would a real boy?I don't need a synth. I found the real Shaun.Shaun: Yes, but... not the Shaun you were looking for. In some ways, the synth is far closer to what you expected.A1a
94700215721Shaun: Do you think you could love him? Like you would a real boy?{disgusted but holding back / Disgust} It's not you. It's not even human. I could never love that.Shaun: No, perhaps not. But in many ways, he matches what you've been searching for all this time.B1a
94800215720Shaun: Do you think you could love him? Like you would a real boy?{emotionally exhausted / Disbelief} This is all... it's too much. I just don't know anymore.Shaun: I understand. You've been through quite a lot.X1a
9490021571FShaun: Do you think you could love him? Like you would a real boy?{surprised, unsettled / Surprised} Seriously? You really believe a human could love a synth?Shaun: That's... a difficult question. I suppose it depends on how closely we've managed to mimic human behavior and emotions.Y1a
950-001999C6{hopeful, unsure} ...Shaun?A

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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
951MQ302ShaunScene00118B9BPlayer Default: This isn't some fairy tale, father. There's no saving me. I'm dying, and you're going to destroy everything I've ever loved.I can at least end your suffering.ShaunOld: That would be a kindness.A1a
95200118B9APlayer Default: My own father...You think you're in pain now? I can make you bleed. Make you beg me for death.ShaunOld: You wouldn't... Please, no. I'll do whatever you want.B1a
95300118B99Player Default: Tell me, why would I ever consider that?If you help me, we can minimize casualties on both sides.ShaunOld: Very well.X1a
95400118B98Player Default: In truth, no. I'm dying anyway. So... do what you will.You agree to help me, and I'll save as many of your people as I can.ShaunOld: If I have your word that you'll protect them...Y1a
955001090C2ShaunOld: I don't suppose you're here because you've changed your mind.I'm sorry it's come to this, Shaun.ShaunOld: You're sorry? You can't be that sorry, if you're here going through with it.A1a
956001090C1ShaunOld: I don't suppose you're here because you've changed your mind.I'm here to blow up your reactor, Shaun. Put an end to the Institute.ShaunOld: Well at least there's no need for guessing games now.B1a
957001090C0ShaunOld: I don't suppose you're here because you've changed your mind.There's no going back, Shaun. The Institute has to be stopped.ShaunOld: And you've decided this for yourself? Or has it been fed to you by the corrupt societies above ground?X1a
958001090BFShaunOld: I don't suppose you're here because you've changed your mind.What's happened to you? Are you sick?ShaunOld: Don't pretend to care now. You had your chance to help me, and cast me aside instead.Y1a
959ShaunOld: I don't suppose you're here because you've changed your mind.You've gotten worse?ShaunOld: Don't pretend to care now. You had your chance to help me, and cast me aside instead.Y2a
960001090B9ShaunOld: Tell me, then. Under what righteous pretense have you justified this atrocity?It's for the greater good. The Commonwealth deserves to determine its own fate.ShaunOld: Spare me. You've spent time up there. You know as well as I that it's doomed.A1a
961001090B8ShaunOld: Tell me, then. Under what righteous pretense have you justified this atrocity?I just want to watch this place burn.ShaunOld: It's hard to believe I'm related to you.B1a
962001090B7ShaunOld: Tell me, then. Under what righteous pretense have you justified this atrocity?There's no other way. The Institute can't be trusted.ShaunOld: But the Brotherhood of Steel... They can?X1a
963001090B6ShaunOld: Tell me, then. Under what righteous pretense have you justified this atrocity?Seriously? All the enemies you've created, you can't imagine why I'd be standing here?ShaunOld: Perhaps I didn't think to count you among them.Y1a
964001090AFShaunOld: The only question left, then, is what you intend to do with me. Kill me now, or let the explosion vaporize me along with the rest of my Institute?I don't want to kill you. I want to save you.ShaunOld: This isn't some fairy tale, father. There's no saving me. I'm dying, and you're going to destroy everything I've ever loved.A1a
965001090AEShaunOld: The only question left, then, is what you intend to do with me. Kill me now, or let the explosion vaporize me along with the rest of my Institute?Oh, I'm going to kill you now. If nothing else, I'll make sure you don't survive.ShaunOld: My own father...B1a
966001090ADShaunOld: The only question left, then, is what you intend to do with me. Kill me now, or let the explosion vaporize me along with the rest of my Institute?It depends on whether you're willing to help me.ShaunOld: Tell me, why would I ever consider that?X1a
967001090ACShaunOld: The only question left, then, is what you intend to do with me. Kill me now, or let the explosion vaporize me along with the rest of my Institute?Isn't there some other way?ShaunOld: In truth, no. I'm dying anyway. So... do what you will.Y1a
9680003FBC2Player Default: Shaun, I... I hoped there was something more I could do. I wanted to save you.Help me, and I promise I'll protect any survivors to the best of my ability.ShaunOld: Very well.A1a
9690003FBC1Player Default: Get out of here.{sinister, threatening / SinisterSmile} Institute personnel won't last long above ground. Especially if I'm hunting them down. Give me a reason not to.ShaunOld: Very well.B1a
9700003FBC0Player Default: If that's what you'll tell yourself so you can sleep at night, so be it. Now go. Leave me.You know what? Forget it. I don't need you.ShaunOld: Yes, you tell yourself that. Now go. Leave me.X1a
9710003FBBFPlayer Default: Why would I ever consider helping you?Help me, and we can try and minimize the casualties in all this. You want your people to survive, don't you?ShaunOld: Very well.Y1a
9720003F884Player Default: That would be a kindness.Shaun, I... I hoped there was something more I could do. I wanted to save you.ShaunOld: This isn't some fairy tale, father. There's no saving me. I'm dying, and you're going to destroy everything I've ever loved.A1a
9730003F883Player Default: You wouldn't... Please, no. I'll do whatever you want.I wanted to see you one last time before your whole empire comes crashing down around you.ShaunOld: Get out of here.B1a
9740003F882Player Default: Very well.I didn't want it to end like this, Shaun. I'm not a monster.ShaunOld: If that's what you'll tell yourself so you can sleep at night, so be it. Now go. Leave me.X1a
9750003F87BPlayer Default: If I have your word that you'll protect them...Shaun, if you help me, fewer people will die. Will you?ShaunOld: Why would I ever consider helping you?Y1a
976MQ302ShaunScene02001D8C57ShaunOld: There's nothing more to say.{Apologetic} Shaun, I'm sorry that it's come to this.ShaunOld: It's too late to be sorry.A1a
977001D8C56ShaunOld: There's nothing more to say.{Angry} I'll see you in hell.ShaunOld: Along with the rest of the Commonwealth. You've seen to that.B1a
978001D8C55ShaunOld: There's nothing more to say.I wish there were some other way...ShaunOld: You've made that impossible. The Commonwealth can have only one fate now.X1a
979001D8C54ShaunOld: There's nothing more to say.Are you in any pain?ShaunOld: Yes, of course. But that will end soon enough, won't it? All thanks to you...Y1a
980MQ302SynthShaunDadBranch00178E90{Reassuring, compassionate} Right, of course. I'm your mother.ShaunChild: Good. For a second, I thought you forgot who I was.A2a
98100178E8F{Direct, blunt, a little annoyed... no compassion} I'm not your mother. Whoever told you that was lying.ShaunChild: But you are! Nobody told me, I just know it!B2a
98200178E8E{Rhetorical sarcasm} Oh, this is just what I need right now...ShaunChild: I'm not a baby! I'm old enough to take care of myself.X1a
98300178E8D{A mix of annoyed and concerned. Who's been telling these lies?} Who told you that I was your mother?ShaunChild: What do you mean? Nobody told me, you just are.Y2a
98400178E88Player Default: Right, of course. I'm your father.{Emotionally charged, a tender moment} Of course I still love you, Shaun. I always will.ShaunChild: Then don't leave me here to die! Take me with you, please!A1a
98500178E87Player Default: Why would you say you're not? Don't you love me anymore?{Angry, resentful, feeling hurt (emotionally, not physically)} I could never love you, because you're not really Shaun. You're just an imitation.ShaunChild: You're lying!B1a
98600178E86Player Default: Oh, this is just what I need right now...{Conflicted, hurt, struggling with loss} I loved my son... my real son. You're not him. It's not fair to ask me that.ShaunChild: What do you mean I'm not your son?!X1a
98700178E85Player Default: Who told you that I was your father?{Angry, conflicted, in pain.} You're not my son! You're a synth... A robot. Why would I love you?ShaunChild: What do you mean I'm not your son?!Y1a
988MQ302SynthShaunScene0017695AHey, kid.Player Default: All right, you can come with me.A
98900176955NPCMShaun10: Please, dad... Don't leave me here! I want to go with you!{An act of kindness/mercy} All right, you can come with me.ShaunChild: Really? Do you mean it?A1a
99000176954NPCMShaun10: Please, dad... Don't leave me here! I want to go with you!{Dismissive, annoyed} You're not going anywhere with me. You're not my son.ShaunChild: But you can't just leave me here! I don't want to die!B1a
99100176953NPCMShaun10: Please, dad... Don't leave me here! I want to go with you!{Hesitant, doubtful} I'm not sure that's such a good idea.ShaunChild: I promise I won't be too much trouble. I'll stay out of your way and you won't even have to take care of me.X1a
99200176952NPCMShaun10: Please, dad... Don't leave me here! I want to go with you!{Surprised, confused} Why did you call me "mom"?ShaunChild: What? You're my father! Why else would I call you that?Y2a
9930017694DPlayer Default: Really? Do you mean it?{Hurried, urgent} Yes, I mean it. Now let's get out of here.ShaunChild: I'm glad you were here to save me.A1a
9940017694CPlayer Default: You're not going anywhere with me. You're not my son.{Cold, indifferent} On second thought, no. I don't need the baggage. Sorry, kid.ShaunChild: You're just going to leave me here... I can't believe it. I hate you!B1a
9950017694BPlayer Default: I'm not sure that's such a good idea.{Hurried, impatient} Look kid, I'm leaving. If you want to come along, then follow me.ShaunChild: Okay, I'm ready! Let's go!X1a
9960017694APlayer Default: Why did you call me "dad"?{Surprised that someone doubts you} What, you don't believe me?ShaunChild: No, no... I totally do!Y1a
99700176945Player Default: I'm glad you were here to save me.{Yielding, a little annoyed, but compassionate} All right, you can come with me. But you'd better not make me regret this.ShaunChild: I'm glad you were here to save me.A1a
99800176944Player Default: You're just going to leave me here... I can't believe it. I hate you!{angry, firm} You're not Shaun. You're a robot, made to think you're real.ShaunChild: You're just going to leave me here... I can't believe it. I hate you!B1a
99900176943Player Default: Okay, I'm ready! Let's go!{Dismissive, cold-hearted} That's not happening. No way.ShaunChild: You're just going to leave me here... I can't believe it. I hate you!X1a
100000176942Player Default: What I mean is, thanks. Now let's get out of here!{Skeptical, unconvinced, a bit harsh} Why should I? It's hard enough just taking care of myself up there.ShaunChild: I promise I won't get in your way, and I can take care of myself.Y1a

MQ302BoSEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1001MQ302BoS_Ingram_RelayOut00112666All right, Ingram. Fire it up.Ingram: Wait a second... you haven't even talked to the kid. You're not just going to leave him here are you?A
1002001E063CIngram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?Absolutely. Let's get out of here.Ingram: You got it, Paladin.A1a
1003001E063BIngram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?No, not yet.Ingram: Yeah? Well, I hope you're not forgetting that one button press turns this place into a crater.B1a
1004001E063AIngram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?Not just yet. I need a minute.Ingram: All right, but don't take too long. Maxson's itching to turn this place into dust.X1a
1005001E0639Ingram: You're clear to go, then. Ready?{hesitant, concerned but half-joking} The Relay works? It's not going to vaporize me or something, is it?Ingram: Don't worry, I've got this thing all figured out. Now, are you ready to get out of here or not?Y1a
100600187D8EIngram: Wait a second... you haven't even talked to the kid. You're not just going to leave him here are you?{Apologetic} He's a synth, Ingram. He's not really my son.Ingram: Are you kidding me? The Institute made synths that look like children?A1a
100700187D8DIngram: Wait a second... you haven't even talked to the kid. You're not just going to leave him here are you?{Angry} It's none of your damned business Ingram. Now get us out of here.Ingram: Fine. Whatever you say... sir.B1a
100800187D8CIngram: Wait a second... you haven't even talked to the kid. You're not just going to leave him here are you?{Stern} We don't have time for this, Proctor. Get us out of here.Ingram: But... I...X1a
100900187D8BIngram: Wait a second... you haven't even talked to the kid. You're not just going to leave him here are you?{Defiant} Is there a problem, Proctor?Ingram: A problem? Hell yes I have a problem!Y1a
1010MQ302BoS_Maxson_Final00182ED7Maxson: It's time we close this chapter on the Commonwealth, and begin one anew.{Confident} Then let's get to it.Maxson: I'm pleased that you're anxious to continue your service for the Brotherhood.A1a
101100182ED6Maxson: It's time we close this chapter on the Commonwealth, and begin one anew.{Irritated} I think we've done enough for the Commonwealth.Maxson: On the contrary, this victory was but the beginning.B1a
101200182ED5Maxson: It's time we close this chapter on the Commonwealth, and begin one anew.{Sarcastic} I think we've done enough damage already.Maxson: This victory was but the beginning.X1a
101300182ED4Maxson: It's time we close this chapter on the Commonwealth, and begin one anew.{Question} What do you mean, Elder?Maxson: It means we still have a long road ahead if we're to ensure the safety of the Commonwealth and her people.Y1a
101400182ED2NPCMElderMaxson: You've done an exemplary job here, Paladin. Without your unwavering loyalty to our cause, this victory would never have been possible.{Confident} I did it for the people of the Commonwealth.Maxson: You truly have become one of us, brother.A1a
101500182ED1NPCMElderMaxson: You've done an exemplary job here, Paladin. Without your unwavering loyalty to our cause, this victory would never have been possible.{Irritated} I didn't do this for the Brotherhood, I did this for myself.Maxson: Whether you were seeking vengeance or serving the Brotherhood, the end result is the same.B1a
101600182ED0NPCMElderMaxson: You've done an exemplary job here, Paladin. Without your unwavering loyalty to our cause, this victory would never have been possible.{sarcastic joke / Amused} What, no cash prize?Maxson: Your reward rests in the hearts and the minds of the people you've saved.X1a
101700182ECFNPCMElderMaxson: You've done an exemplary job here, Paladin. Without your unwavering loyalty to our cause, this victory would never have been possible.{Relieved} So, we've won?Maxson: Absolutely, brother.Y1a
1018MQ302BoS_Maxson_PlantCharge00115B59Maxson: Quickly. Plant the charge so we can be rid of this place once and for all.My pleasure, Elder.Maxson: You'll be remembered for this moment, Paladin.A1a
101900115B58Maxson: Quickly. Plant the charge so we can be rid of this place once and for all.Hold on...Maxson: We're running short on time, Paladin.B1a
102000115B57Maxson: Quickly. Plant the charge so we can be rid of this place once and for all.I'm on it.Maxson: Excellent.X1a
102100115B56Maxson: Quickly. Plant the charge so we can be rid of this place once and for all.Are you certain this is the only way to end this?Maxson: I've never been more certain about anything in my life.Y1a

MQ302MinEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1022MQ302Min_Preston_Arrival00183D15Preston: They could've just held out down here forever. Why'd they need to come mess with us?{Disgust} They think they're better than us.Preston: They should have read their history. That hasn't ever turned out well.A1a
102300183D14Preston: They could've just held out down here forever. Why'd they need to come mess with us?{Angry} I don't care why they did it. They're going to pay.Preston: You're damn right they are.B1a
102400183D13Preston: They could've just held out down here forever. Why'd they need to come mess with us?{Stern} It doesn't matter now. Let's do what we came to do.Preston: You're right.X1a
102500183D12Preston: They could've just held out down here forever. Why'd they need to come mess with us?{Question} You're not having second thoughts, are you?Preston: No, it's too late for that. They've shown that there's no way for us to coexist peacefully. If it's them or us - I choose us.Y1a
1026MQ302Min_Preston_Stage1000011381C{Happy} I talked to Sturges. Sounds like we can finally go after the Institute.Preston: That's right. I figure you can use that tunnel he found to get in and secure their teleporter, then use it to bring in the rest of our troops.A
10270013B401NPCMPrestonGarvey: Good news, General. Sturges found a way into the Institute. We can launch an attack whenever you say the word.{Confident} Good. I'll get the details from Sturges while you get the Minutemen ready to attack.Preston: Yes, sir.A1a
10280013B400NPCMPrestonGarvey: Good news, General. Sturges found a way into the Institute. We can launch an attack whenever you say the word.It took him long enough.Preston: Yeah, well, at least he found something. I was afraid it was going to turn out to be a dead end.B1a
10290013B3FFNPCMPrestonGarvey: Good news, General. Sturges found a way into the Institute. We can launch an attack whenever you say the word.It's hard to believe they left another way in.Preston: Even the Institute can't live entirely cut off from the rest of the world.X1a
10300013B3FENPCMPrestonGarvey: Good news, General. Sturges found a way into the Institute. We can launch an attack whenever you say the word.What's this secret way in?Y1a
103100113815Preston: We fight our way to their reactor, fix it to blow, and get the hell out of there.{Confident} Sounds good. Get the troops ready for the attack.Preston: We'll be standing by for you to teleport us into the Institute.A1a
1032Preston: We fight our way to their reactor, fix it to blow, and get the hell out of there.{Confident} Sounds good. I'll get the details from Sturges.Preston: We'll be standing by for you to teleport us into the Institute.A2a
103300113814Preston: We fight our way to their reactor, fix it to blow, and get the hell out of there.{Worried} I don't like having to rely on their teleporter.Preston: I don't either, but that tunnel Sturges found isn't going to work to bring in a whole assault force. The entrance is underwater.B1a
103400113813Preston: We fight our way to their reactor, fix it to blow, and get the hell out of there.{Angry} Let's get on with it. It's past time the Institute got what it deserved.Preston: You got it, General. We'll be standing by to teleport into the Institute on your signal.X1a
103500113812Preston: We fight our way to their reactor, fix it to blow, and get the hell out of there.{Worried} Do we have enough troops for the assault?Preston: Yes, I think we do, now. Enough to fight our way to the reactor, which is all we need.Y1a
1036MQ302Min_Sturges_Final001C2C70Sturges: I made a few custom modifications to it that I think you might like. Here, take it for a test drive.{Grateful} Thanks, Sturges. I'll give it a try.Sturges: Hey, I've got to do something to keep busy while you're out saving the world.A1a
1037001C2C6FSturges: I made a few custom modifications to it that I think you might like. Here, take it for a test drive.{Irritated} I could have used this before we had to fight the entire Institute.Sturges: Well, sorry, boss, I was a bit busy decrypting the Institute's data and getting ready to blow up a fusion reactor I'd never seen.B1a
1038001C2C6ESturges: I made a few custom modifications to it that I think you might like. Here, take it for a test drive.{Sarcastic} Maybe you can trick out my hot rod next.Sturges: Oh, man, I wish. I was born a couple of centuries too late, I guess.X1a
1039001C2C6DSturges: I made a few custom modifications to it that I think you might like. Here, take it for a test drive.{Friendly} When did you cook this up?Sturges: Oh, I've been messing with it for quite a while. Nothing was really working until suddenly, it just did. You know how that goes.Y1a
1040MQ302Min_Sturges_RelayOut0011381C{Confident} All right Sturges, fire it up.Sturges: But... You didn't even talk to the kid. You're not going to leave him here, are you?A
1041001E062ASturges: Relay's ready whenever you are, boss. Shall we?{Confident} Absolutely. Let's get the hell out of here.Sturges: You got it!A1a
1042001E0629Sturges: Relay's ready whenever you are, boss. Shall we?{Neutral} No, not yet.Sturges: Okay, but... I don't think we ought to hang around here any longer than we have to.B1a
1043001E0628Sturges: Relay's ready whenever you are, boss. Shall we?{Concerned} Just... give me a minute.Sturges: Okay, but we don't have too many minutes to spare here.X1a
1044001E0627Sturges: Relay's ready whenever you are, boss. Shall we?{hesitant, half-joking / Concerned} You sure you know what you're doing here? This thing won't vaporize me, right?Sturges: Oh, come on... Have I ever let you down? You've got my word that it's all set up proper. Now are we going, or are we gonna stand here and jaw more?Y1a
104500186790Sturges: But... You didn't even talk to the kid. You're not going to leave him here, are you?{Stern} He's not my son. He's a synth.Sturges: Man, that's crazy. Ain't no limit to how low they'll sink!A1a
10460018678FSturges: But... You didn't even talk to the kid. You're not going to leave him here, are you?{Angry} It's none of your goddamn business, Sturges. Activate the relay.Sturges: All right, all right... but you're one mean customer, you know that?B1a
10470018678ESturges: But... You didn't even talk to the kid. You're not going to leave him here, are you?{Stern} There's no time to argue about this. Activate the relay.Sturges: Okay, okay... man this is messed up...X1a
10480018678DSturges: But... You didn't even talk to the kid. You're not going to leave him here, are you?{Stern} Is there a problem, Sturges?Sturges: No, I just... man, forget it. We gotta get out of here.Y1a
1049MQ302Min_Sturges_Stage2000011381CPreston tells me you found a way into the Institute.Sturges: That's right. I was hoping I'd find something worthwhile after all the time I spent cracking the encryption. And I did.A
10500013B3F8NPCMSturges: Hey, boss. I've been hoping you'd stop by. I found you a way in to the Institute.{Happy} That's great news.Sturges: I was hoping there'd be something worth all the time I spent cracking their encryption. Turns out there was.A1a
10510013B3F7NPCMSturges: Hey, boss. I've been hoping you'd stop by. I found you a way in to the Institute.{Irritated} Took you long enough.Sturges: Yeah, well, this computer stuff isn't really my forte. But I did finally crack the encryption, and there was gold in there after all.B1a
10520013B3F6NPCMSturges: Hey, boss. I've been hoping you'd stop by. I found you a way in to the Institute.{Disbelief} It's hard to believe the Institute would leave another way in.Sturges: Yeah, well, it seems the Institute isn't quite as self-contained as they'd like everyone to believe.X1a
10530013B3F5NPCMSturges: Hey, boss. I've been hoping you'd stop by. I found you a way in to the Institute.{Surprised} What was on the holotape?Sturges: One of things in the data you stole was a plan of the whole Institute complex - including the older sections that used to be part of C.I.T.Y1a
10540013B3EESturges: But there isn't any other way in that I can find, so it's this or nothing.{Grateful} Good work, Sturges.Sturges: Thanks, boss. I wish there was a better way, but if there is, it's not in this data.A1a
10550013B3EDSturges: But there isn't any other way in that I can find, so it's this or nothing.{Irritated} That doesn't sound like a very good way in.Sturges: Sorry, boss. I've been over and over that data. It's this or nothing.B1a
10560013B3ECSturges: But there isn't any other way in that I can find, so it's this or nothing.{Sarcastic} Breaking through an underwater security grate in high radiation? Sounds like fun.Sturges: Yeah, I know. But there isn't any other way in.X1a
10570013B3EBSturges: But there isn't any other way in that I can find, so it's this or nothing.{Worried} How do I get past the security grate?Sturges: Oh, right. I found the code that should open it, so all you have to do is survive the trip.Y1a

MQ302RREdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1058MQ302RR_Desdemona_BioScience001137E4Desdemona: And now here we are. Threatening the devil himself.{Friendly} The sacrifices were worth it. You've done it.Desdemona: We're not there yet.A1a
1059001137E3Desdemona: And now here we are. Threatening the devil himself.{Irritated} Let's not forget who really made this possible. You're nothing without me.Desdemona: We're a team. We fight, we bleed, we win as one.B1a
1060001137E2Desdemona: And now here we are. Threatening the devil himself.Let's just focus on the task at hand.Desdemona: You're right.X1a
1061001137E1Desdemona: And now here we are. Threatening the devil himself.{Question} You're not having second thoughts, are you?Desdemona: Hardly.Y1a
1062MQ302RR_Desdemona_Final001800E2Desdemona: Deacon claimed he was grooming you for it. Said it was his plan all along.{Amused} Who knows? Maybe he did plan it all.Desdemona: Some things even Deacon can't do. Maybe.A1a
1063001800E1Desdemona: Deacon claimed he was grooming you for it. Said it was his plan all along.{Irritated} Another one of his damned lies.Desdemona: It's almost comforting to know some things never change.B1a
1064001800E0Desdemona: Deacon claimed he was grooming you for it. Said it was his plan all along.{Relieved} I'm just glad it's over.Desdemona: Not quite yet...X1a
1065001800DFDesdemona: Deacon claimed he was grooming you for it. Said it was his plan all along.{Question} With the Institute gone, what happens to the Railroad?Y1a
1066001800D8Desdemona: But are you up for the next mission, Fixer?{Confident} I was born ready.Desdemona: I'd expect nothing less.A1a
1067001800D7Desdemona: But are you up for the next mission, Fixer?{Irritated} I'm done with all the missions.Desdemona: You've more than earned that. But...B1a
1068001800D6Desdemona: But are you up for the next mission, Fixer?I think I'll take that vacation first.Desdemona: *laugh* Take all the time you need. We'll be waiting.X1a
1069001800D5Desdemona: But are you up for the next mission, Fixer?{Question} Even after all we've done, the Commonwealth hates us?Desdemona: Little minds cling to their petty prejudices no matter what the evidence says.Y1a
1070MQ302RR_Desdemona_InstituteArrival0017F311Desdemona: There's no turning back now; if they're not already on to us, they will be within seconds.It's time to free the synths.Desdemona: In this single hour, we could rescue more synths than we have in our entire history. Make every moment count.A1a
10710017F310Desdemona: There's no turning back now; if they're not already on to us, they will be within seconds.I have a feeling fighting the Brotherhood was just an appetizer.Desdemona: Hopefully we survive the main course, then. First, you have take this.B1a
10720017F30FDesdemona: There's no turning back now; if they're not already on to us, they will be within seconds.Let's get started then.Desdemona: First, take this.X1a
10730017F30EDesdemona: There's no turning back now; if they're not already on to us, they will be within seconds.{Question} What's the plan?Desdemona: Take this.Y1a
1074MQ302RR_Desdemona_Stage100001800CFDesdemona: Thank you for keeping them, and yourself, safe.{Grim / Sad} We still lost too many people.Desdemona: Without you, though, it would've been far worse.A1a
1075001800CEDesdemona: Thank you for keeping them, and yourself, safe.{Angry / Irritated} Red Glare was insane. You almost got us killed.Desdemona: What option did I have? Run and hide?B1a
1076001800CDDesdemona: Thank you for keeping them, and yourself, safe.You're welcome.X1a
1077001800CCDesdemona: Thank you for keeping them, and yourself, safe.{Very important Q / Question} Is the Church safe now?Desdemona: With the Prydwen destroyed, the Brotherhood's survivors will leave the Commonwealth. On foot.Y1a
1078001163F4Desdemona: So teleport us in quickly. We join forces with Z1-14 and the rebel synths, then together we fight our way to the fusion reactor.{Confident} We're going to pull this off.Desdemona: Or die trying.A1a
1079001163F3Desdemona: So teleport us in quickly. We join forces with Z1-14 and the rebel synths, then together we fight our way to the fusion reactor.{Worried} Even with the rebels, I don't think we're a match for what they can throw at us.Desdemona: Surprise should be total. And with so many synths rebelling, they should be disorganized.B1a
1080001163F2Desdemona: So teleport us in quickly. We join forces with Z1-14 and the rebel synths, then together we fight our way to the fusion reactor.{Question} How do I secure the Relay room?Desdemona: Violently, I'm afraid. It's essential you take it quickly. Every moment we wait, is another moment the Institute has to react.X1a
1081001163F1Desdemona: So teleport us in quickly. We join forces with Z1-14 and the rebel synths, then together we fight our way to the fusion reactor.{Question} What about rescuing the synths?Desdemona: That's not your job. We've got people assigned to maintain control of the Relay room and teleport synths out non-stop.Y1a
1082001137F2Desdemona: We've run out of time. Our next step is to attack the Institute.{Confident} I'm ready. Let's do it.A1a
1083001137F1Desdemona: We've run out of time. Our next step is to attack the Institute.I have some things to do first.Desdemona: Understood. Just don't take too long.B1a
1084001137F0Desdemona: We've run out of time. Our next step is to attack the Institute.{Sarcastic} You say it that way and suddenly I'm nervous.Desdemona: You're one of a kind, you know that, right? So here's the plan.X1a
1085001137EFDesdemona: We've run out of time. Our next step is to attack the Institute.{Question} Once I get in, what's the plan?Y1a
1086MQ302RR_Tom_RelayOut00111074{Nervous} All right, Tom. Fire it up.TinkerTom: Wait, what? But... the kid. You're not even going to talk to him? Sure he's Institute, but you can't just leave him...A
1087001E0619TinkerTom: We're set, right? You're ready to get out of here?Yes, absolutely. Let's get the hell out of here.TinkerTom: Don't have to tell me twice!A1a
1088001E0618TinkerTom: We're set, right? You're ready to get out of here?No, not yet.TinkerTom: Uhh, what?B1a
1089001E0617TinkerTom: We're set, right? You're ready to get out of here?I just need a minute, okay?TinkerTom: Okay, I guess, but we're kind of on the clock here.X1a
1090001E0616TinkerTom: We're set, right? You're ready to get out of here?You sure you know what you're doing? This thing isn't going to zap me into space, or vaporize me or anything, is it?TinkerTom: This baby is bona fide Institute tech. Mind-blowing shit. It's going to work. Are you ready?Y1a
109100188615TinkerTom: Wait, what? But... the kid. You're not even going to talk to him? Sure he's Institute, but you can't just leave him...{Angry} He's not my son, Tom. He's a synth.TinkerTom: Ohhh... wow, did not see that coming. Still, though... we can't leave him.A1a
109200188614TinkerTom: Wait, what? But... the kid. You're not even going to talk to him? Sure he's Institute, but you can't just leave him...{Angry} It's none of your damned business, Tom. Get this thing running.TinkerTom: Okay, okay... geez.B1a
109300188613TinkerTom: Wait, what? But... the kid. You're not even going to talk to him? Sure he's Institute, but you can't just leave him...There's no time to argue, Tom. Get this thing running now.TinkerTom: Okay, just doesn't seem right...X1a
109400188612TinkerTom: Wait, what? But... the kid. You're not even going to talk to him? Sure he's Institute, but you can't just leave him...{Question} Is there a problem, Tom?TinkerTom: I just don't think we should be leaving anyone behind. It's not what we came here for.Y1a
1095MQ302RR_Z1_RelayScene00111074{Whispery, conspiratorial / Worried} I've been looking for you...Z1: Is it time?A
10960017F308Z1: Once we act, we have committed. There will be no going back.{Conspiratorial} Everything's ready. It's time.Z1: Good.A1a
10970017F307Z1: Once we act, we have committed. There will be no going back.It's too soon; we're not ready yet.Z1: The longer we delay, the greater the chance the SRB will notice something's amiss.B1a
10980017F306Z1: Once we act, we have committed. There will be no going back.I'm not sure.Z1: Please, we must act quickly.X1a
10990017F305Z1: Once we act, we have committed. There will be no going back.{Question} Is everything ready here?Z1: Yes. Shall we proceed?Y1a