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This is a transcript for dialogue with Nora the female Sole Survivor.

MS01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1MS01BillyOutOfFridge000285DFBilly: What do I do now?{Surprised} So what's the story with you and that fridge?Billy: It happened so long ago. Back before everything got wrecked.Y1a
2000285DEBilly: What do I do now?{Friendly} I'll take you some place safe.Billy: I just want to go home. I wanna find my mom and dad.A1a
3000285DDBilly: What do I do now?{Confident} Well, you're out. See ya later, kid.Billy: Hey, you can't just leave me here!B1a
4000285DCBilly: What do I do now?{Disgust} You look like something that was left in the fridge too long.Billy: Oh yeah? Well... well... nevermind.X1a
5000285D7Player Default: I just want to go home. I wanna find my mom and dad.{Confident} Then let's go find your home.Companion: Great, now we have to watch this little brat?A1a
6000285D6Player Default: Can't ya find someplace for me to live?{Not my problem / Apologetic} You'll have to figure out your own life.Companion: Yeah, kid... welcome to the real world.B1a
7000285D5Player Default: Can you help me get back home?{Conspiratorial} I hate to tell you this, but your parents are probably dead.Companion: Get used to disappointment, kid. It's the way the world works.X1a
8000285D1Player Default: I just want to go home. Can you help me? Please?{Question} Where did you live?Billy: Quincy. But I don't know how to get there.Y1a
9000285CFBilly: Thanks for nothin'.{Not my problem / Apologetic} You're on your own now, kid.Billy: You... you're just going to leave me here?B1a
10000285CEBilly: Everything's so different. It's all blown up.{Conspiratorial} I suppose it won't hurt to see your old home. Whatever's left of it.Billy: I hope it's still there. I had some great baseball cards.A1a
11000285CDPlayer Default: Where did you live?{Question} Were your parents good to you?Billy: Yeah. My dad was the best. And my mom always took care of me.Y1a
12000285CCBilly: Then I'm all alone. Who's going to take care of me? You?{Question} You could come live with me.Billy: So you think I should give up trying to find my parents?X1a
13Billy: Then I'm all alone. Who's going to take care of me? You?{Confident} You can travel with me. See the world. Or what's left of it.Billy: So you think I should give up trying to find my parents?X2a
14000285C8Player Default: I hope it's still there. I had some great baseball cards.{Apologetic} Yes, I do. They've been gone for hundreds of years now.Billy: You're right. There's no way they're still alive.A1a
15000285C7Player Default: You're an... an asshole. I hate you!{Confident} No, you should look for your parents.Billy: Then let's go to Quincy.B1a
16000285C6Player Default: So you think I should give up trying to find my parents?{Somber} It's either that or go live by yourself. Your choice.Billy: That's a scary idea. I want to look for my Mom and Dad.X1a
17000285C5Player Default: Yeah. My dad was the best. And my mom always took care of me.{Question} What does your heart say?Billy: They're still alive. They have to be. I want to go home.Y1a
18MS01BillyRescued00106C66NPCMBilly: You sold me, then you rescue me? Why?{Apologetic} I felt bad for selling you. I had to make it right.Billy: You should feel bad. That was a rotten thing to do.A1a
1900106C65NPCMBilly: You sold me, then you rescue me? Why?{SinisterSmile} You're going to show me where you lived so I can loot it.Billy: You want to steal my baseball cards or something?B1a
2000106C64NPCMBilly: You sold me, then you rescue me? Why?{Apologetic} I did it to trick Bullet into giving me the money.Billy: Maybe you could have told me that. I thought you really sold me.X1a
2100106C63NPCMBilly: You sold me, then you rescue me? Why?{Question} Do you want to go home?Billy: Don't want to tell me, huh?Y1a
22MS01BillyStart000A7D1C{Worried} Is someone in there?Billy: Let me out!A
23{Worried} You still there?Billy: Let me out!A
24000285F0Billy: Let me out!{Confident} I'll open the door for you.Billy: Yes! I can't wait to get out.A1a
25000285EFBilly: Let me out!{afraid / Afraid} No way. You might be dangerous.Billy: No, I'm not! I don't have any weapons or anything.B1a
26000285EEBilly: Let me out!{wise ass / Suspicious} I'm just looking for the mayonnaise. Maybe you could grab it for me. Second shelf, right next to the pudding.Billy: That's not funny! That's not funny at all! What kind of horrible person would say that to a kid stuck in a refrigerator?X1a
27000285EDBilly: Let me out!{confused / Puzzled} Who are you?Billy: My name is Billy. Please, I've been trapped in here for so long.Y1a
28000285E8Player Default: My name is Billy. Please, I've been trapped in here for so long.{Question} How did you end up in there?Billy: I hid in here to get away from the bombs.Y1a
29Player Default: My name is Billy. Please, I've been trapped in here for so long.{surprised / Surprised} The bombs were over 200 years ago. You're that old?Billy: I hid in here to get away from the bombs.Y2a
30000285E7Player Default: Besides... I ate the pudding a long time ago.{suspicious / Suspicious} You might be lying.Billy: I'm not. I swear!X1a
31000285E6Player Default: Let me out!{oh no / Surprised} I'm not falling for that trick.Billy: You bastard! You can't do this! Let me out!B1a
32000285E5Player Default: I think it's stuck. You might have to shoot it off.{conciliatory / Apologetic} Let me open the door for you.Billy: Yes! It's been so long.A1a
33000285E3Player Default: The door is stuck. You're going to have to shoot it off.{Apologetic} Okay, okay. I'll let you out.Billy: Yes! I've been stuck in here for so long.A1a
34000285E2Player Default: You bastard! You can't do this! Let me out!{Defiant} No way. You're lying.Billy: You son of a bitch! You can't do this! Don't leave me here!B1a
35000285E1Player Default: If I try something, you can shoot me.{Thinking} Let me think about it.Billy: You're just going to leave me in here?X1a
36000285C0Player Default: Please. I don't want to die in here.{Suspicious} Why should I trust you?Billy: I'm really tired and lonely.Y1a
37MS01BulletsOffer00028D83NPCMBullet: Cute kid. Is he for sale?{Selling a child who is standing right next to him. Selfish and cold blooded. / Conspiratorial} For the right price, yeah.Billy: Please. Don't sell me to this guy!A1a
3800028D82NPCMBullet: Cute kid. Is he for sale?{outraged / Angry} What!? Never!Billy: Yeah!B1a
3900028D81NPCMBullet: Cute kid. Is he for sale?{conciliatory / Nervous} Look, I don't want any trouble.Bullet: Just tryin' to make a living.X1a
4000028D80NPCMBullet: Cute kid. Is he for sale?{That child is standing right next to him. Selfish and cold blooded. / Question} What's a ghoul child worth?Billy: Hey! You can't sell me!Y1a
4100028D77Bullet: I'll give you 200 caps right now.{cruel, just bought the kid to be a slave / SinisterSmile} Sold. Kid, I found you a new home.Bullet: Come on, kid. I've got some holes that need diggin'.A1a
4200028D76Bullet: Your loss. If you change your mind, bring him to my camp.{indignant / Angry} Never. Billy stays with me.Bullet: Suit yourself.B1a
43Bullet: Your loss. If you change your mind, bring him to my camp.{conciliatory / Apologetic} I think I'll just keep him.Bullet: Suit yourself.B2a
4400028D73Bullet: So you wanna sell that kid or not?{pretending to be insulted / Surprised} Only 200 caps? You can do better.Bullet: You're sharper than you look. 250 and I'll save you the hassle of carting him all over the Commonwealth.X1a
45Bullet: So you wanna sell that kid or not?{pretending to be insulted / Irritated} That price is an insult.Bullet: You're sharper than you look. 250 and I'll save you the hassle of carting him all over the Commonwealth.X2a
46Bullet: So you wanna sell that kid or not?{horse trading / Conspiratorial} Gimme a break. I know what he's really worth.Bullet: You're sharper than you look. 250 and I'll save you the hassle of carting him all over the Commonwealth.X3a
4700028D72Bullet: You can work 'em real hard.{shock that he would do something so awful / Angry} No. What kind of person are you?Bullet: The kind who does whatever it takes to survive out here.Y1a
48MS01BulletSurround00106C6FMattPeabody: Billy, get upstairs.{Shouted to someone in the distance, selling out people who are standing right next to him. / Sarcastic} You can have them. Why should I risk my life?Bullet: All right boys, let's collect our new workers.A1a
4900106C6EMattPeabody: Billy, get upstairs.{Shouted to someone in the distance / Angry} Over my dead body. These people are under my protection.Bullet: I'll wear your eyeballs around my neck!B1a
5000106C6DMattPeabody: Billy, get upstairs.{Shouted to someone in the distance / Disgust} The house is empty. Looks like they left in a hurry.Bullet: God damn it. All right boys, we're heading south. Double time!X1a
5100106C6CMattPeabody: Billy, get upstairs.{Shouted to someone in the distance, selling out people who are standing right next to him. / Conspiratorial} How about I sell them to you?Bullet: That deal is off the table.Y1a
52MS01ParentsFirst001A4B00MaleGhoul: That's close enough.{Conciliatory / Pleading} I'll stand back. I don't mean any harm.MattPeabody: This is a dangerous area. You can't be too careful.A1a
53001A4AFFMaleGhoul: That's close enough.{defiant / Defiant} Hah! You can't stop me.MattPeabody: Maybe I can't stop you, but I can still put a few bullets in you if you try anything.B1a
54001A4AFEMaleGhoul: That's close enough.{wry observation / Sarcastic} Not very friendly, are you.MattPeabody: We've survived this long by being careful.X1a
55001A4AFDMaleGhoul: That's close enough.{curious / Question} What are you doing out here?MattPeabody: This is our home. We've lived here for... since before.Y1a
56MS01ThankPlayer0002A71DMaleGhoul: Thank you for bringing us back our little boy, and saving us from that man.{Relieved} I'm glad we found you.MattPeabody: Here, take this.A1a
570002A71CMaleGhoul: Thank you for bringing us back our little boy, and saving us from that man.{Happy} Thank Billy. I told him you were dead.MattPeabody: The bombs didn't kill us. Almost, but not quite.B1a
58MaleGhoul: Thank you for bringing us back our little boy, and saving us from that man.{a little bit of "aw shucks" / Relieved} Thank Billy. He insisted we try to find you.MattPeabody: The bombs didn't kill us. Almost, but not quite.B2a
590002A71BMaleGhoul: Thank you for bringing us back our little boy, and saving us from that man.{Amused} He's a good kid.MattPeabody: Here, take this.X1a
600002A71AMaleGhoul: Thank you for bringing us back our little boy, and saving us from that man.{Question} So how did you end up as ghouls?MattPeabody: We didn't make it to the shelter in time.Y1a
61-0005E112Know anyone that would want to adopt Billy?
62000285F1{Puzzled} Who are you?
63{Matter of fact / Confident} I'm back.
64{Confident} Hey, Billy.

MS02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
65MS02CaptainFirstMtg0006445ECaptain: You appear... able. But not a threat? No. Come in he ping. Ah... peace?{trying to put him at ease / Apologetic} I'm not a threat to you. Just curious.Captain: Ha! "Curious cat gets murdered."A1a
660006445DCaptain: You appear... able. But not a threat? No. Come in he ping. Ah... peace?{shocked / Surprised} You're a ghoul!Captain: Ghoul? Like... jang shi? Ah... monster? No! I am Zao. Zao! From China. Captain of my beautiful Yangtze. This qian ting.B1a
670006445CCaptain: You appear... able. But not a threat? No. Come in he ping. Ah... peace?{defensive / Concerned} I thought this submarine was abandoned. Empty.Captain: No. Not empty. I am here. Captain Zao. This is my qianting. My submarine. The Yangtze.X1a
68Captain: You appear... able. But not a threat? No. Come in he ping. Ah... peace?{amused / Amused} He's watching you, too. Thinks you're a sea monster.Captain: No. Not empty. I am here. Captain Zao. This is my qianting. My submarine. The Yangtze.X2a
690006445BCaptain: You appear... able. But not a threat? No. Come in he ping. Ah... peace?{Question} Who are you?Captain: Zao! Captain of the Chinese Navy! I sail the Yangtze-31. This qianting. Submarine. My beautiful boat.Y1a
7000064456Captain: Why are you here? War is over. Long over. And my Yangtze holds no bao wu. No... treasure. Nothing for you to plunder.{defensive / Nervous} Just trying to figure out who you are. No plundering. I swear.Captain: Hmph. Pirate or Raider would have attacked by now. I accept your gu shi as truth.A1a
7100064455Captain: Why are you here? War is over. Long over. And my Yangtze holds no bao wu. No... treasure. Nothing for you to plunder.{furious / Angry} Commie bastard! You destroyed my country! Die!Captain: Zhu! Zi ben jia! Die!B1a
7200064454Captain: Why are you here? War is over. Long over. And my Yangtze holds no bao wu. No... treasure. Nothing for you to plunder.{trying to be disarming / Apologetic} All right, you got me. I'm scavenging for supplies.Captain: Ha! Honest answer. Zao appreciates your truth. Xie xie.X1a
7300064453Captain: Why are you here? War is over. Long over. And my Yangtze holds no bao wu. No... treasure. Nothing for you to plunder.{can't be true / Disbelief} Have you been here for 200 years?Captain: Wa! It has been that long? Shi de. Yes. I suppose it has.Y1a
74Captain: Why are you here? War is over. Long over. And my Yangtze holds no bao wu. No... treasure. Nothing for you to plunder.{Question} What happened to the crew?Captain: Wa! It has been that long? Shi de. Yes. I suppose it has.Y2a
750006444CCaptain: Yangtze is not... ahh... Seaworthy. You will help me fix her?{happy to help / Confident} I'm at your disposal.Captain: Ha! Yes! Thank you. Xie xie my friend.A1a
760006444BCaptain: Yangtze is not... ahh... Seaworthy. You will help me fix her?{Angry} You can go to Hell. You're part of the enemy that destroyed my country.Captain: That is... sad. Um... unfortunate. Bu xing. I hoped that after 200 years, we could forget past hatred.B1a
770006444ACaptain: Yangtze is not... ahh... Seaworthy. You will help me fix her?{uncertain / Suspicious} Let me think about it.Captain: Yes. Of course. I wish only to help my beautiful qian ting. Make my Yangtze ready for the sea.X1a
7800064449Captain: Yangtze is not... ahh... Seaworthy. You will help me fix her?{Puzzled} Why would you trust me, a stranger?Captain: Trust is risk. But a man must plow with oxen he has.Y1a
79Captain: Yangtze is not... ahh... Seaworthy. You will help me fix her?{Question} What will you do with the submarine once it's fixed?Captain: Trust is risk. But a man must plow with oxen he has.Y2a
80Captain: Yangtze is not... ahh... Seaworthy. You will help me fix her?{Question} What will you do there?Captain: Trust is risk. But a man must plow with oxen he has.Y3a
8100064443Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Confident} I already have the dampening coil from Saugus.Captain: Ha! Fortune favors us both, it seems.A1a
82Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Stern} Aye aye, captain. I'll get them for you.Captain: Ha! Fortune favors us both, it seems.A2a
8300064442Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Irritated} You'll have to wait awhile.Captain: Waiting and I are old friends. I can do that.B1a
8400064441Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Question} What's in it for me?Captain: Money! Xianjin! American money. From before. Still worth something, no? Worthless to me, on my Yangtze.X1a
85Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{SinisterSmile} That's all you've got?Captain: Money! Xianjin! American money. From before. Still worth something, no? Worthless to me, on my Yangtze.X2a
86Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Conspiratorial} I'm going to need more than that.Captain: Money! Xianjin! American money. From before. Still worth something, no? Worthless to me, on my Yangtze.X3a
8700064440Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Question} What about the nuclear fuel?Captain: I have idea for that. But first - dampening coil.Y1a
88Captain: I have information. Intelligence, from war time. Dampening coils are at facility called... Saugus Ironworks.{Question} Why haven't you repaired the Yangtze yourself?Captain: I have idea for that. But first - dampening coil.Y2a
89MS02CaptainPChasRods00125AD6Captain: But one missile failed to launch. You must go down. Remove the warhead. Then bring it to me.{saying he's ahead of schedule / Confident} I already have the warhead.Captain: So. You have met my crew, then. Or... what is left of them.A1a
90Captain: But one missile failed to launch. You must go down. Remove the warhead. Then bring it to me.{Confident} I'm on it.Captain: So. You have met my crew, then. Or... what is left of them.A2a
9100125AD5Captain: But one missile failed to launch. You must go down. Remove the warhead. Then bring it to me.{Concerned} The warhead might detonate. We'd both be killed.Captain: No, no. It will not detonate. Not if you are careful. Treat it as ji dan. A chicken egg.B1a
9200125AD4Captain: But one missile failed to launch. You must go down. Remove the warhead. Then bring it to me.{shocked / Disbelief} You've got to be kidding.Captain: No. No jokes. Just jue wang. Desperation. Only thing left to try. Plutonium in warhead will serve as fuel.X1a
9300125AD3Captain: But one missile failed to launch. You must go down. Remove the warhead. Then bring it to me.{emphasis on "you" / Question} Why don't you get it?Captain: Ah... Because I have different task.Y1a
94000512F3NPCMCaptainZao: You have dampening coil? Ha! Youxiu. Youxiu. Now to get... nuclear fuel.{cutting him short to say he's ahead of schedule / Confident} I already have the warhead.Captain: You have been busy.A1a
95NPCMCaptainZao: You have dampening coil? Ha! Youxiu. Youxiu. Now to get... nuclear fuel.{Confident} I'm ready.Captain: You have been busy.A2a
96000512F2NPCMCaptainZao: You have dampening coil? Ha! Youxiu. Youxiu. Now to get... nuclear fuel.{putting him off nicely / Apologetic} I have a few things to do first.Captain: Hmph. Good crew says "us first," not "me first."B1a
97000512F1NPCMCaptainZao: You have dampening coil? Ha! Youxiu. Youxiu. Now to get... nuclear fuel.{impatient / Irritated} Let's get on with it.Captain: You are impatient. Good. Then you are focused on our task.X1a
98000512F0NPCMCaptainZao: You have dampening coil? Ha! Youxiu. Youxiu. Now to get... nuclear fuel.{emphasize "that" / Question} Where are you going to get that?Captain: Ah... Now that is the right question to ask.Y1a
99MS02CaptainPChasWarhead000250EFNPCMCaptainZao: No difficulty with the warhead, I trust?{of course I won / Irritated} I'm alive, aren't I?Captain: Be resolved and the thing is done.A1a
100000250EENPCMCaptainZao: No difficulty with the warhead, I trust?{Irritated} Not yet.Captain: Well? Go. Go!B1a
101000250EDNPCMCaptainZao: No difficulty with the warhead, I trust?{sarcastic and flirty... maybe even a subtle cat growl at the end / Disgust} Nah. No sweat. The radiation did give me super powers, though. X-Ray vision. Love the leopard g-string.Captain: 200 years, and your humor is still bad. America liberating Anchorage? Now that was a good joke.X1a
102000250ECNPCMCaptainZao: No difficulty with the warhead, I trust?{Question} What are you going to do with the other missiles?Captain: Nothing. That is what. No plans.Y1a
103MS02CaptainRefused00020A36NPCMCaptainZao: You again? Thought you had no interest in helping old sailor.{Friendly} Yes, I'm willing to help you.Captain: Fortune smiles. Let us work together. Yi qi lai.A1a
10400020A35NPCMCaptainZao: You again? Thought you had no interest in helping old sailor.{enraged / Angry} No. You're the enemy that destroyed my country.Captain: I have been no one's enemy for two hundred years.B1a
10500020A34NPCMCaptainZao: You again? Thought you had no interest in helping old sailor.{blunt / Conspiratorial} I'm just doing it for the loot.Captain: Well. Those who beg cannot choose. I accept.X1a
10600020A33NPCMCaptainZao: You again? Thought you had no interest in helping old sailor.{Question} You said you had a plan?Captain: I do.Y1a
107MS02KidScene100064477NPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you see it? The big eye in the water?{calming him down (not pleading) / Pleading} Slow down, son. Start from the beginning.Donny: There's a sea monster in the harbor!A1a
10800064476NPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you see it? The big eye in the water?{dismissive, suspicious / Suspicious} You're a liar. This is probably some scam to ambush me.Donny: I'm not lying!B1a
10900064475NPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you see it? The big eye in the water?{skeptical / Disbelief} Really? Sea monsters aren't real.Donny: Well, I saw it. It was an eye, and it looked right at me.X1a
11000064474NPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you see it? The big eye in the water?{Question} Where did you see it?Donny: Over there. Behind all those shipwrecks.Y1a
1110006446EDonny: Hey, do you think it's dangerous? It hasn't attacked anyone yet, but maybe it's just waiting.{concerned / Worried} Anything that big has got to be dangerous.Donny: Shit! Really? Think it wants to eat us?A1a
1120006446DDonny: Hey, do you think it's dangerous? It hasn't attacked anyone yet, but maybe it's just waiting.{Apologetic} It's not a sea monster, it's just a submarine. Sorry.Donny: Are you sure? Maybe it's really hungry, but I'm too small.B1a
113Donny: Hey, do you think it's dangerous? It hasn't attacked anyone yet, but maybe it's just waiting.{comforting him / Amused} Nah. You're safe here on land.Donny: Are you sure? Maybe it's really hungry, but I'm too small.B2a
1140006446CDonny: Hey, do you think it's dangerous? It hasn't attacked anyone yet, but maybe it's just waiting.{Concerned} Who knows. Just in case, don't go swimming out to it though.Donny: I bet it's hungry, but it's been waiting. Waiting for a bigger meal.X1a
1150006446BDonny: Hey, do you think it's dangerous? It hasn't attacked anyone yet, but maybe it's just waiting.{suspicious / Question} Have you seen more than just its eye?Donny: Nah, just the eye stalk, you know, like some bugs have.Y1a
11600064466Player Default: That would be so cool. Then you'd have to kill it and leave it's guts all over the docks. That would be awesome.{with a friendly laugh / Amused} That's quite an imagination, kid.Donny: I didn't imagine it. Honest.A1a
11700064465Player Default: But now that you're here, it'll try to eat us and you'll have to kill, like with your guns and stuff. That would be awesome.{Angry} You think death and killing is awesome? It ain't. Now get out of here.Donny: Asshole!B1a
11800064464Player Default: Except you're going to pull out a gun and shoot it dead. And we'll be covered in blood and guts and stuff. That would be awesome.{emphasize "nothing" / Disbelief} I hope nothing attacks us.Donny: I just want to see you kill it.X1a
11900064463Player Default: I bet it wants fresh meat. Like us. Only then you'd have to kill it and leave it's dead body here all bloody and stuff. That would be so awesome.{emphasize "want it" / Disbelief} You want it to attack us? That's nuts kid.Donny: Yeah, 'cause then I'd get to see a cool fight.Y1a
120Player Default: I bet it wants fresh meat. Like us. Only then you'd have to kill it and leave it's dead body here all bloody and stuff. That would be so awesome.{Question} Where do you live?Donny: Yeah, 'cause then I'd get to see a cool fight.Y2a
121MS02SubReady00189333Captain: Throw transponder like a grenade to activate it. Then wait for baozha. "Kaboom!"{Friendly} I wish you a safe journey.Captain: Many thanks. I look forward to seeing my Zhongguo soon.A1a
12200189332Captain: Throw transponder like a grenade to activate it. Then wait for baozha. "Kaboom!"{Angry} I hope this tub sinks with you in it.Captain: The journey is long. Sadly, that is possible.B1a
12300189331Captain: Throw transponder like a grenade to activate it. Then wait for baozha. "Kaboom!"{Disgust} You should just leave now.Captain: I understand. There is no love for Zao. Or Zhongguo.X1a
12400189330Captain: Throw transponder like a grenade to activate it. Then wait for baozha. "Kaboom!"{Question} Why would you let me use up your missiles?Captain: I have no wish to bring weapons back home. I leave the fire here.Y1a
125-0008613E{Annoyed, muttering under your breath / Disgust} Overactive imagination...
126{muttering under your breath, referring to the Chinese sub captain} Long way from home, pal...
1270003271C{Confident} I have the dampening coil.
128{business like / Confident} Here is the warhead.
129{getting his attention / Question} Captain Zao?
130{getting his attention / Question} Zao...
131{skeptical / Puzzled} You saw something out there?
132{Getting his attention. / Confident} Donny.

MS02DonnyEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
133MS02DonnyTold000724ECNPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you fight it? I didn't hear anything.{huge lie, bragging / Conspiratorial} It swallowed me. I used a knife to cut it's heart out.Donny: Whoa! That's so cool.A1a
134000724EANPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you fight it? I didn't hear anything.{Apologetic} It's a submarine, not a sea monster. Sorry kid.Donny: Really? Aw, nuts.B1a
135000724E8NPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you fight it? I didn't hear anything.{Irritated} What happened out there is none of your business.Donny: Hey! I'm the one that showed it to you.X1a
136000724E7NPCMDonnyKowalsky: Did you fight it? I didn't hear anything.{Question} Where do you live?Donny: Right here on the dock, in that room.Y1a

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137MS04_0100_Intro0002AAA7Kent: You ever listen to the Silver Shroud? That's who we need. No matter how bleak things got he'd save the day.{A little sadness, recollecting a wife that's dead and a son that's kidnapped / Sad} My family and I used to listen to every new episode.A1a
1380002AAA6Kent: You ever listen to the Silver Shroud? That's who we need. No matter how bleak things got he'd save the day.{Matter-of-fact} I haven't listen to the show.Kent: You should. They're the best detective stories in the whole world.B1a
1390002AAA5Kent: You ever listen to the Silver Shroud? That's who we need. No matter how bleak things got he'd save the day.{A little impatient} That sounds familiar.Kent: You'd remember him if you heard his show. They're the best detective stories in the whole world.X1a
1400002AAA3Kent: You ever listen to the Silver Shroud? That's who we need. No matter how bleak things got he'd save the day.{Curious / Question} What can you tell me about the Shroud?Kent: He's from the radio shows! I've listened to all 419 episodes. And the holiday special.Y1a
1410002AA9EKent: I got a plan to bring him to life. So he can fight bad guys and give the rest of us a symbol of something better.{Disdain / Worried} You know you're completely nuts, right?Companion: That's an understatement.B1a
1420002AA9DKent: I got a plan to bring him to life. So he can fight bad guys and give the rest of us a symbol of something better.{A little shocked / Question} What plan?Companion: Yes, I for one am quite curious.Y1a
1430002AA9CKent: I got a plan to bring him to life. So he can fight bad guys and give the rest of us a symbol of something better.{Mild approval / Friendly} Good on you for trying to make the world better.Companion: Agreed. It's a quality few have in the Commonwealth these days.A1a
1440002AA9BKent: I got a plan to bring him to life. So he can fight bad guys and give the rest of us a symbol of something better.{Talking carefully to the crazy person} Sure, Kent. You have a plan, all right.Companion: I think I'll listen to the rest of his "plan" before I pass judgment.X1a
14500027512NPCMKentConnolly: Goodneighbor's crazy. Thefts, m-murders, worse. Sometimes you just got to escape a little to make it through the day.{Sympathetic / Friendly} I hear you. It's a mess out there.Kent: It's rough in the best of days. B-But now...A1a
14600027511NPCMKentConnolly: Goodneighbor's crazy. Thefts, m-murders, worse. Sometimes you just got to escape a little to make it through the day.{Bitter / Irritated} The whole world's crazy.Kent: N-No argument here.B1a
14700027510NPCMKentConnolly: Goodneighbor's crazy. Thefts, m-murders, worse. Sometimes you just got to escape a little to make it through the day.I guess.X1a
1480002750FNPCMKentConnolly: Goodneighbor's crazy. Thefts, m-murders, worse. Sometimes you just got to escape a little to make it through the day.{Curious / Question} Escape? What do you mean?Kent: Reliving old memories. Like Thanksgiving 2071.Y1a
14900027500Kent: And they actually got one, here in Boston. They made it for the TV show. Will you help?{Confident} As it happens, I already have your costume.Kent: What? You already have it? There she is. Pretty as the posters. The Silver Shroud costume herself.A1a
150Kent: And they actually got one, here in Boston. They made it for the TV show. Will you help?{Confident / Confident} I'll get the costume for you.Kent: What? You already have it? There she is. Pretty as the posters. The Silver Shroud costume herself.A2a
151000274FFKent: And they actually got one, here in Boston. They made it for the TV show. Will you help?{Flat} Not interested.Kent: I ain't asking you to do it for free.B1a
152000274FEKent: And they actually got one, here in Boston. They made it for the TV show. Will you help?{Bartering} I might do it if you make it worth my while.Kent: I can give you some caps up front. Just promise you'll help me.X1a
153000274FDKent: And they actually got one, here in Boston. They made it for the TV show. Will you help?{Curious / Question} Do you really need the costume?Kent: With the gun, I'm just another armed hooligan. But if the Silver Shroud came to life and helped people it would give everyone hope.Y1a
154MS04_0100a_Prewar_Talk000810D1Player Default: Oh man, that's amazing. You're just like Mister Abominable from Episode 83.{Trying to remember / Thinking} Wasn't he... a cave man?Kent: Yeah, that's the one. They found him in an iceberg off the harbor.A1a
155000810D0Player Default: I don't want to get into it.{Irritated / Irritated} You know, you should really speak plain English.Kent: It's just that the show... Well, it helped me through some pretty tough times, you know?B1a
156000810CFPlayer Default: So, I'm a time traveler. I just got back from visiting George Washington.{Whatever} Yeah, something like that.X1a
157000810CEPlayer Default: Aren't there other survivors from that time?{Curious / Question} Who's Mister Abominable?Kent: He was a cave man. Got frozen in an iceberg from prehistoric times. When they thawed him out he went on a rampage.Y1a
158000810C8Kent: Boy, if you just woke up. The world these days, must take some getting used to.{A touch of hope / Friendly} It seems like people are finally rebuilding and recovering from the nuclear war.Kent: Maybe in some parts. Like Diamond City. But over here. We got a ways to go. I got a question for you.A1a
159000810C7Kent: Boy, if you just woke up. The world these days, must take some getting used to.{Bitter / Concerned} This whole Commonwealth is a... nightmare.Kent: Yeah, there's so much crime. And violence. What we need is a real hero. I got a question for you.B1a
160000810C6Kent: Boy, if you just woke up. The world these days, must take some getting used to.{Neutral} That's an understatement.Kent: Things may look bad, but we got to try and make it better. I got a question for you.X1a
161000810C5Kent: Boy, if you just woke up. The world these days, must take some getting used to.{Curious / Question} How did you get used to... everything?Kent: Mainly I focused on survival. It got real bad after the bombs fell. For a long while... I tried not to think of the good old days.Y1a
16200080E5DKent: You mean, when they first aired? How? The last broadcast was hundreds of years ago.{Some pain} I was in cryogenic storage for a long time. I only just woke up.Kent: Oh man, that's amazing. You're just like Mister Abominable from Episode 83.A1a
16300080E5CKent: You mean, when they first aired? How? The last broadcast was hundreds of years ago.{Dismissive} I don't want to get into it.Kent: S-Sorry. But you know the show, best detective stories in the world.B1a
16400080E5BKent: You mean, when they first aired? How? The last broadcast was hundreds of years ago.{Sarcasm / Amused} So, I'm a time traveler. I just got back from visiting George Washington.Kent: Now you're just playing with me. Though, that would be pretty neat. You know what would be even neater?X1a
16500080E5AKent: You mean, when they first aired? How? The last broadcast was hundreds of years ago.{Retort / Question} Aren't there other survivors from that time?Kent: Oh sure, there are a lot of us ghouls that lived back then. But none of us look as good as you. Are you really that old?Y1a
166MS04_0300_ShroudFound0002B8B7Kent: I'm just not Silver Shroud material. I could be Rhett Reinhart or-or his butler Jarvey Blake. But the Shroud is strong, capable.{Trying to perk him up / Friendly} Don't sell yourself short.Kent: I got a better idea who should wear it.A1a
1670002B8B6Kent: I'm just not Silver Shroud material. I could be Rhett Reinhart or-or his butler Jarvey Blake. But the Shroud is strong, capable.{Irritated / Amused} That's the first sane thing you've said.Kent: Yeah, yeah. But I-I do have a better idea who should wear it.B1a
1680002B8B5Kent: I'm just not Silver Shroud material. I could be Rhett Reinhart or-or his butler Jarvey Blake. But the Shroud is strong, capable.{Curious / Question} What happens to the suit?Kent: Oh, I have an idea who should wear it.Y1a
1690002B8B4Kent: I'm just not Silver Shroud material. I could be Rhett Reinhart or-or his butler Jarvey Blake. But the Shroud is strong, capable.{Neutral} That's probably for the best.Kent: Me wearing the suit is probably a terrible idea. But...X1a
17000029B82Kent: And memorabilia, too? You're something else. Together with my gun, everything's all set.{Friendly} Here you go.Kent: After all these years, the Silver Shroud is born again! But... there's just one problem.A1a
17100029B81Kent: And memorabilia, too? You're something else. Together with my gun, everything's all set.{Hard, not up for discussion} I'm thinking I'll keep the costume.Kent: Here me out a second. I've come to realize something.B1a
17200029B80Kent: And memorabilia, too? You're something else. Together with my gun, everything's all set.{A little impatient} First the reward, then I'll give you the costume.Kent: Here. I wasn't gonna welsh on our deal.X1a
17300029B7FKent: And memorabilia, too? You're something else. Together with my gun, everything's all set.{Curious / Question} What're you planning next?Kent: I'm still working that out. Some details I want to run by you. Well, after you give me the costume, that is.Y1a
17400029B74Kent: You up for being the Silver Shroud? You already got your own origin story and everything. What with the cryovault and all.{Positive} Looks like I get to be the Shroud.A1a
17500029B73Kent: You up for being the Silver Shroud? You already got your own origin story and everything. What with the cryovault and all.{Firm} I'm not dressing up in tights, pal.Kent: It's not like I'm asking you to dress up as Grognak the Barbarian. I'll be here if you change your mind.B1a
17600029B72Kent: You up for being the Silver Shroud? You already got your own origin story and everything. What with the cryovault and all.{Bartering} If I go along with this, I could use a little extra.Kent: If it'll get you to help. Sure. I-I may be able to scrounge up a couple things.X1a
17700029B71Kent: You up for being the Silver Shroud? You already got your own origin story and everything. What with the cryovault and all.{Curious / Question} Why me?Kent: You helped me out when everyone else just laughed at me. And you're from the olden days, like me.Y1a
178000A7D04{Flat} I got your costume, Kent. And some other goodies you might like.Kent: There she is! Pretty as the posters. The Silver Shroud costume herself.A
179MS04_0390_QuestRejected0002A4E2NPCMKentConnolly: You ready to help? The bad guys aren't going to defeat themselves. Goodneighbor needs the Silver Shroud.{Neutral} I'm in, Kent.Kent: That's just... great!A1a
1800002A4E1NPCMKentConnolly: You ready to help? The bad guys aren't going to defeat themselves. Goodneighbor needs the Silver Shroud.{Neutral} I'm still not interested.Kent: Too bad. Th-The city could use you.B1a
1810002A4E0NPCMKentConnolly: You ready to help? The bad guys aren't going to defeat themselves. Goodneighbor needs the Silver Shroud.{Considering} I might help out.Kent: That's just... great!X1a
1820002A4DFNPCMKentConnolly: You ready to help? The bad guys aren't going to defeat themselves. Goodneighbor needs the Silver Shroud.{Curious / Question} What's your plan, exactly?Kent: You suit up and clean the streets. Together, we can make a real difference. You'll see. So you in?Y1a
183MS04_0500_1_WayneDelancy00128C9EMaleRough: What's with the fancy duds? Looks expensive. Might be I've found a new "friend."You listen to the radio? Someone wants you dead.WayneDelancy: You threatening me? Are you threatening me? That's your last mistake, asshole.A1a
18400128C9DMaleRough: What's with the fancy duds? Looks expensive. Might be I've found a new "friend."Lights out, pal.WayneDelancy: What?B1a
18500128C9CMaleRough: What's with the fancy duds? Looks expensive. Might be I've found a new "friend."{(Silver Shroud) Spoken ominously / SinisterSmile} Your crimes have gone unpunished for too long.WayneDelancy: What the hell's wrong with you? Well, nothing a few bullets won't cure.X1a
186MaleRough: What's with the fancy duds? Looks expensive. Might be I've found a new "friend."I'll just be going.WayneDelancy: What the hell's wrong with you? Well, nothing a few bullets won't cure.X2a
18700128C9BMaleRough: What's with the fancy duds? Looks expensive. Might be I've found a new "friend."{Question} Rumor is you killed Miss Selmy. That true?WayneDelancy: Selmy? Yeah, I killed the bitch. And her whelp, too. Shouldn't have bothered they barely had two caps between them.Y1a
188MS04_0500_2_AJ000DECA4NPCMAJ: Hey, look at the clown. This is my turf, clown. And I don't appreciate what-you-call-ems -- trespassers.{(Silver Shroud) Menacing, melodramatic / SinisterSmile} Peddling poison to kids, are we? Today you face the Silver Shroud.AJ: Uhh, who-you-say?A1a
189NPCMAJ: Hey, look at the clown. This is my turf, clown. And I don't appreciate what-you-call-ems -- trespassers.{Threatening / Angry} Selling chems to kids is just wrong.AJ: Uhh, who-you-say?A2a
190000DECA3NPCMAJ: Hey, look at the clown. This is my turf, clown. And I don't appreciate what-you-call-ems -- trespassers.{Negotiating / Conspiratorial} Someone wants me to put you out of business. For the right price I could look the other way.AJ: What?B1a
191000DECA2NPCMAJ: Hey, look at the clown. This is my turf, clown. And I don't appreciate what-you-call-ems -- trespassers.{Neutral} I got to go.AJ: Yeah, you better go.X1a
192000DECA1NPCMAJ: Hey, look at the clown. This is my turf, clown. And I don't appreciate what-you-call-ems -- trespassers.{Neutral / Question} You AJ? The dealer who sells to children?AJ: Yeah. That's me. I'm an... uhh... entrepreneur. I'm making a new market. Chems for Kids, I call it.Y1a
193000DEC9BAJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{Taking a bribe, neutral} Hand over the caps.Companion: Nothin' wrong with makin' a little extra on the side.A1a
194000DEC9AAJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{(Silver Shroud) Delivering a deadly ultimatum / SinisterSmile} Stop selling to children, miscreant. Or face my wrath.Companion: Seems like you're makin' a lot of trouble for somethin' that isn't our business.B1a
195AJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{Delivering a deadly ultimatum / Angry} Last chance. No. More. Kids.Companion: Seems like you're makin' a lot of trouble for somethin' that isn't our business.B2a
196000DEC99AJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{Bargaining} For 50 caps? No way.AJ: All right, fine. Make it 75.X1a
197AJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{Bargaining} A lousy 25 caps more? Are you trying to insult me?AJ: All right, fine. Make it 75.X2a
198AJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{Hard negotiating, threatening to kill him} You don't understand. How much are you willing to pay to keep breathing, pal?AJ: All right, fine. Make it 75.X3a
199000DEC98AJ: What the hell, right? Tell you what. I'll pay you 50 caps just to shut up about it. And maybe get Kent off my back, all right?{Neutral / Question} How about I just walk away?Companion: Sir, how can you possibly walk away from this?Y1a
200MS04_0500_3a_CharlieOnKendra0004A0EDWhitechapelCharlie: If you're set on meeting her, for a fee it can be arranged.{Neutral / Conspiratorial} Here's your money. Where is she?WhitechapelCharlie: You still going through with this? She's got a flat outside the 'Neighborhood.A1a
2010004A0ECWhitechapelCharlie: If you're set on meeting her, for a fee it can be arranged.{(Silver Shroud) Melodramatic, intimidating - but not threatening the barkeep. / SinisterSmile} It is not wise to stand between the Silver Shroud and righteous justice.WhitechapelCharlie: *chuckle* Justice? You mean to end her? In that case, her flat's just south of Goodneighbor. Water Street Apartments.B1a
202WhitechapelCharlie: If you're set on meeting her, for a fee it can be arranged.{trying to convince him / Somber} I'm not hiring her. I'm going to kill her.WhitechapelCharlie: *chuckle* Justice? You mean to end her? In that case, her flat's just south of Goodneighbor. Water Street Apartments.B2a
2030004A0EBWhitechapelCharlie: If you're set on meeting her, for a fee it can be arranged.{Neutral} I don't have time for this.WhitechapelCharlie: Come back when you've got the caps.X1a
2040004A0EAWhitechapelCharlie: If you're set on meeting her, for a fee it can be arranged.{SPEECH CHALLENGE - trying to be persuasive / Question} Can you spare a few details on her, at least? On the house?WhitechapelCharlie: You got to have finesse to be an assassin. Kendra's a murderer. A very skilled murderer.Y1a
20500048D6AWhitechapelCharlie: Want a pint, mate? If you're here for Magnolia better drink up. Got no tolerance for free loaders here.{Neutral} Sure, I'll buy a drink.WhitechapelCharlie: Good man.A1a
20600048D69WhitechapelCharlie: Want a pint, mate? If you're here for Magnolia better drink up. Got no tolerance for free loaders here.{Neutral / Stern} I want answers, not alcohol. Tell me about Kendra.WhitechapelCharlie: No one learned you your Ps and Qs? Bloody yanks.B1a
20700048D68WhitechapelCharlie: Want a pint, mate? If you're here for Magnolia better drink up. Got no tolerance for free loaders here.{Neutral} I'm looking for someone. Kendra.X1a
20800048D67WhitechapelCharlie: Want a pint, mate? If you're here for Magnolia better drink up. Got no tolerance for free loaders here.{Curious / Question} What's on tap?WhitechapelCharlie: It ain't no Mandolin Lager. But it's cold, it's wet, and guaranteed rad free. It'll give you a jolt in all the right circuits.Y1a
20900048D61WhitechapelCharlie: You look like one of them wankers from the posters. Whatcha wearing that for?{Neutral} I'd like to see what's on tap.WhitechapelCharlie: Good man.A1a
21000048D60WhitechapelCharlie: You look like one of them wankers from the posters. Whatcha wearing that for?{Neutral} I'm looking for someone. Kendra.B1a
21100048D5FWhitechapelCharlie: You look like one of them wankers from the posters. Whatcha wearing that for?{(Silver Shroud) Melodramatic, then grimly serious / SinisterSmile} You look upon... the Silver Shroud. I seek a miscreant named Kendra.WhitechapelCharlie: The Shroud, then? More like a nutter.X1a
21200048D5EWhitechapelCharlie: You look like one of them wankers from the posters. Whatcha wearing that for?{Curious / Question} What posters?WhitechapelCharlie: Those old timey posters from back in the day. My mate Kent puts them up every damned place.Y1a
213MS04_0500_3b_Kendra0012934EKendra: I do so like it when the little bug crawls willingly into the spider's webs.{Stern} Wayne got what was coming to him.Kendra: And so shall you.A1a
2140012934DKendra: I do so like it when the little bug crawls willingly into the spider's webs.{(Silver Shroud) Ominous / SinisterSmile} You have taken your last life, villain.Kendra: You stole my line. *laugh*B1a
215Kendra: I do so like it when the little bug crawls willingly into the spider's webs.{Angry} This ends now.Kendra: You stole my line. *laugh*B2a
2160012934CKendra: I do so like it when the little bug crawls willingly into the spider's webs.{Question} Who's your boss?Kendra: A walking corpse like you shouldn't trouble yourself about that.X1a
2170012934BKendra: I do so like it when the little bug crawls willingly into the spider's webs.{Question} Are you an assassin?Kendra: No, I'm paid to make big bold statements, "Don't screw with us." If you do, you and everyone around you dies.Y1a
218MS04_0600_Hancock0003FE80Hancock: And the kicker is it ain't me. How should I feel about this?{(Shroud) Mysterious / SinisterSmile} This neighborhood is ill. I am the cure.Hancock: You're priceless. Like the Silver Shroud himself walked out of a comic book into my den. Just priceless.A1a
2190003FE7FHancock: And the kicker is it ain't me. How should I feel about this?{Annoyed / Irritated} It's none of your business.Hancock: Now, now, friend, everything is my business. But don't worry, I like your style.B1a
2200003FE7EHancock: And the kicker is it ain't me. How should I feel about this?{Neutral} However you like.X1a
2210003FE7DHancock: And the kicker is it ain't me. How should I feel about this?{Curious, slightly concerned / Question} Have I crossed a line?Hancock: I don't know. Let's recap.Y1a
2220003FE6BHancock: But I gotta ask, one freak to another, why the get up?{(Shroud) Mysterious / SinisterSmile} Many have sought to pierce the Shroud. To no avail.Hancock: You just don't stop. Stay you, pal.A1a
2230003FE6AHancock: But I gotta ask, one freak to another, why the get up?{Poker-faced} I'm not telling you.Hancock: Ah, no fun. This was just getting good.B1a
2240003FE69Hancock: But I gotta ask, one freak to another, why the get up?{Cryptic} Same reason as you, pal.Hancock: Heh. All right.X1a
2250003FE68Hancock: But I gotta ask, one freak to another, why the get up?{Nonchalant / Question} Does it matter?Hancock: It really doesn't. But in a burg full of weird, you stand out. And that ain't easy, man.Y1a
2260003FE59Hancock: Fortunate for you, I want Sinjin to take a dirt nap. He's taken two bit raider outfits and made them... scary. Small fish now, but if left alone...{(Shroud) Grim pronouncement / Defiant} He will be judged for his crimes.Hancock: Trust me, he needs a lot of judging.A1a
2270003FE58Hancock: Fortunate for you, I want Sinjin to take a dirt nap. He's taken two bit raider outfits and made them... scary. Small fish now, but if left alone...{Annoyed / Irritated} So you're using me to take care of your dirty laundry?Hancock: It's a win-win. If you don't deal with him then you're going to be the ex-Silver Shroud. Dig?B1a
2280003FE57Hancock: Fortunate for you, I want Sinjin to take a dirt nap. He's taken two bit raider outfits and made them... scary. Small fish now, but if left alone...Maybe I'll help.X1a
2290003FE56Hancock: Fortunate for you, I want Sinjin to take a dirt nap. He's taken two bit raider outfits and made them... scary. Small fish now, but if left alone...{Curious / Question} What do you know about him?Hancock: Leveled some farms. Napalmed his own men to end a couple enemies. But besides his dark deeds, nobody knows nothing.Y1a
230Hancock: Fortunate for you, I want Sinjin to take a dirt nap. He's taken two bit raider outfits and made them... scary. Small fish now, but if left alone...{Skeptical / Suspicious} Why are you telling me this?Hancock: Leveled some farms. Napalmed his own men to end a couple enemies. But besides his dark deeds, nobody knows nothing.Y2a
2310003FE50Hancock: Just keep piling those body bags up until you find the location of the big guy himself.{(Shroud) Ominous promise / Angry} Sinjin thinks he's above judgment. But no one is safe from the Silver Shroud.Hancock: Don't get killed. You deal with Sinjin and I'm inclined to show you some gratitude. You feel me?A1a
2320003FE4FHancock: Just keep piling those body bags up until you find the location of the big guy himself.{Suspicious / Irritated} This sounds like your problem, not mine.Hancock: You're the one with a maniac gunning for you. So here's to the common cause.B1a
2330003FE4EHancock: Just keep piling those body bags up until you find the location of the big guy himself.{Negotiating} Getting rid of Sinjin helps you, too. Some appreciation is in order.Hancock: I'll throw you some caps up front to help with the cause.X1a
2340003FE4DHancock: Just keep piling those body bags up until you find the location of the big guy himself.{Curious / Question} You don't know where Sinjin is?Hancock: No one does. He's a behind-the-scenes kind of guy.Y1a
235MS04_0600b_HancockCompanion0004894FHancock: And that asshole's going to want some good old-fashioned revenge. You dig?{Friendly} Thanks for the warning.Hancock: You know, it would be shame if he ended you.A1a
2360004894EHancock: And that asshole's going to want some good old-fashioned revenge. You dig?That doesn't scare me.Hancock: That's because you don't know any better who's after you.B1a
2370004894DHancock: And that asshole's going to want some good old-fashioned revenge. You dig?{Tired} I've lost track of how many people want me dead.Hancock: Yeah, but this guy has the means to do it.X1a
2380004894CHancock: And that asshole's going to want some good old-fashioned revenge. You dig?{Question} So who is this asshole?Y1a
23900048943Hancock: Goodneighbor'd rest a whole lot easier with him out of the picture.{Friendly} I'm up for some community service.Hancock: You know, you're all right. You take care of Sinjin, and I'm inclined to show some gratitude. You feel me?A1a
24000048942Hancock: Goodneighbor'd rest a whole lot easier with him out of the picture.{Irritated} Sounds like he's your problem, not mine.Hancock: I'm not the one he's gunning for "Shroud." You'll be doing both of us a favor.B1a
24100048941Hancock: Goodneighbor'd rest a whole lot easier with him out of the picture.So tell me about him.Hancock: Raiders are ruthless... But Sinjin, he's in a whole different class.X1a
24200048940Hancock: Goodneighbor'd rest a whole lot easier with him out of the picture.{Question} You don't know where he is?Hancock: No one does. He's a behind-the-scenes kind of guy.Y1a
243MS04_0600c_HancockHate0004893AHancock: They all work for the same asshole. And I loathe that asshole even more than you.{Apologetic} I'd like to make amends, if we can.Hancock: This has nothing to do with me and you, got it? We're over.A1a
24400048939Hancock: They all work for the same asshole. And I loathe that asshole even more than you.{Angry} Go to hell, Hancock.Hancock: I'm hoping my friend takes you there first.B1a
24500048938Hancock: They all work for the same asshole. And I loathe that asshole even more than you.All right, we can do business.Hancock: If we don't do business, then he's going to kill you. Guaranteed.X1a
24600048937Hancock: They all work for the same asshole. And I loathe that asshole even more than you.{Question} Why should I help you?Hancock: You'll be helping yourself, because he's already got a powerful hate for you and he's gunning for you.Y1a
247MS04_1000_IrmaKentsGone0004718DNPCFIrma: It's you! Oh sugar, I told Kent all that hero stuff was going to get you both killed! Oh god... Oh god...{Silver Shroud voice - Reassuring in a dramatic hero-ey way / Concerned} Calm yourself. The Shroud is here to help.Irma: Please... Stop. That's what got Kent into trouble in the first place.A1a
248NPCFIrma: It's you! Oh sugar, I told Kent all that hero stuff was going to get you both killed! Oh god... Oh god...{comforting / Concerned} I'm here now. Tell me what happened.Irma: Please... Stop. That's what got Kent into trouble in the first place.A2a
2490004718CNPCFIrma: It's you! Oh sugar, I told Kent all that hero stuff was going to get you both killed! Oh god... Oh god...{Irritated} Take a deep breath and tell me what's happened.Irma: I'm sorry. I tried to stop them. One angry Raider is easy to distract, but a dozen of 'em...B1a
2500004718BNPCFIrma: It's you! Oh sugar, I told Kent all that hero stuff was going to get you both killed! Oh god... Oh god...I need to know what happened.Irma: A dozen of 'em. Armed to the teeth. Just rushed in, grabbed Kent, and then they were gone...X1a
2510004718ANPCFIrma: It's you! Oh sugar, I told Kent all that hero stuff was going to get you both killed! Oh god... Oh god...{slight sense of rising urgency, kent is no where to be seen / Question} What happened to Kent? Where is he?Irma: They... they took him! Raiders. Nothing but bloodlust in their eyes. We... we couldn't stop them...Y1a
252MS04_1300_SinjinConfrontation00128C93Sinjin: And you, Shroud, you step any closer and we get to see what's inside Kent's head.Don't do anything rash, Sinjin.Sinjin: Rash? Rash?A1a
25300128C92Sinjin: And you, Shroud, you step any closer and we get to see what's inside Kent's head.{(Silver Shroud) Scorn, threatening / SinisterSmile} You shield yourself behind an innocent. You are craven, Sinjin. And you shall fall before me.Sinjin: Don't talk to me like that.B1a
254Sinjin: And you, Shroud, you step any closer and we get to see what's inside Kent's head.Kent's the only reason you're still alive.Sinjin: Don't talk to me like that.B2a
25500128C91Sinjin: And you, Shroud, you step any closer and we get to see what's inside Kent's head.If you have something to say I'm listening.X1a
25600128C90Sinjin: And you, Shroud, you step any closer and we get to see what's inside Kent's head.{Question} What do you want, Sinjin?Sinjin: We'll get to that.Y1a
25700128C8ASinjin: But you and I know, you're human. And you're weak. You came here and for what? Your little sidekick?{Defiant} Friends don't make you weak. They make you strong.Sinjin: I can play you like a chump because you care about a weakling like this. And you think that's strength?A1a
25800128C89Sinjin: But you and I know, you're human. And you're weak. You came here and for what? Your little sidekick?{Irritated} I don't give a damn about Kent. There's a bounty on your head.Sinjin: You see? You're no hero. You're just another pissant looking for a pay day.B1a
25900128C88Sinjin: But you and I know, you're human. And you're weak. You came here and for what? Your little sidekick?{(Silver Shroud) Darkly mysterious, trying to psyche Sinjin out / SinisterSmile} I have cut a path through all your thugs. Who can truly say I'm not the Shroud.Sinjin: Don't listen, men. He's a phoney.X1a
260Sinjin: But you and I know, you're human. And you're weak. You came here and for what? Your little sidekick?{Angry} I came here to put an end to you.Sinjin: Don't listen, men. He's a phoney.X2a
26100128C87Sinjin: But you and I know, you're human. And you're weak. You came here and for what? Your little sidekick?{Question} So you're the strong one?Sinjin: Yes, because I don't give a damn about anyone or anything.Y1a
26200128C81Sinjin: No one screws with Sinjin.{Concerned} Leave Kent out of this. I'm the one you want.Sinjin: Looks like it's my lucky day. Because I'm getting both of you.A1a
26300128C80Sinjin: No one screws with Sinjin.{(Silver Shroud) The most intimidating read possible - the last bit is the Silver Shroud's signature phrase / SinisterSmile} I am the instrument of justice and I cannot fall. Death has come for you, evildoer. And I am its Shroud.Sinjin: Stop talking like that.B1a
264Sinjin: No one screws with Sinjin.{Angry} You touch a hair on Kent's head and you're a dead man.Sinjin: Stop talking like that.B2a
26500128C7FSinjin: No one screws with Sinjin.{Trying to outsmart Sinjin, Speech challenge} You know what would really get to Kent. Killing his friend, his hero. Right in front of him.X1a
266Sinjin: No one screws with Sinjin.{Concerned} Kent, what would the Shroud do?X2a
26700128C7ESinjin: No one screws with Sinjin.{SinisterSmile} What happens is this. Everyone that points a gun at me dies. Every. Last. One.Sinjin: Nice try. But they fear me more than they'll ever fear a loser like you. Say goodnight, Kent.Y1a
268MS04_1330_PCKillsKent000E0704Sinjin: What... the...{Grim as death / SinisterSmile} I don't negotiate with mad men.Sinjin: You...A1a
269000E0703Sinjin: What... the...{Grim promise / SinisterSmile} You are all going to die.Sinjin: You... Just... Kill him.B1a
270000E0702Sinjin: What... the...{(Silver Shroud) Commanding, menacing / SinisterSmile} Turn against your master now, ne'er-do-wells, or face my rightful vengeance.Sinjin: What?X1a
271Sinjin: What... the...{Commanding, menacing / Stern} If anyone wants to live time to take down your boss. Now.Sinjin: What?X2a
272000E0701Sinjin: What... the...{Gallows humor (said right after the player killed an ally) / Stern} I never even liked that idiot.Sinjin: But... The Shroud?Y1a
273MS04_1350_KentRescue00047839NPCMKentConnolly: I never been so happy to see anyone in my entire life!{Compassionate, just rescued friend who has been tortured / Relieved} I'm glad I got here in time.Kent: You and me both, Shroud. But I don't know...A1a
27400047838NPCMKentConnolly: I never been so happy to see anyone in my entire life!{Dismissive} Yeah, yeah.B1a
27500047837NPCMKentConnolly: I never been so happy to see anyone in my entire life!{Neutral} That was close.Kent: I thought I was done for, for sure.X1a
27600047836NPCMKentConnolly: I never been so happy to see anyone in my entire life!{Some concern / Question} Are you all right?Kent: My leg is killing me. But it could of been so much worse.Y1a
27700047831Kent: I just give up. On all of it. Crime-fighting just isn't what I thought it'd be.{Tough love / Defiant} If you just quit then the bad guys have already won.Kent: But there ain't no good people left. The way you... Well, with AJ and Kendra. I just want to go home.A1a
27800047830Kent: I just give up. On all of it. Crime-fighting just isn't what I thought it'd be.{Some compassion} Maybe quitting is for the best.Kent: Nothing went the way it was supposed to. AJ. Kendra. And this. I just want to go home.B1a
2790004782FKent: I just give up. On all of it. Crime-fighting just isn't what I thought it'd be.{Neutral} That's your call to make.X1a
2800004782EKent: I just give up. On all of it. Crime-fighting just isn't what I thought it'd be.{Neutral / Question} Really? After all this, you're just giving up?Kent: I knew it was bad out there... But this, I don't even think the Silver Shroud himself could fix this disaster area.Y1a
281MS04_1400_HancockEnding00129345Hancock: Take this, for the effort.{(Silver Shroud) Offering a compliment / SinisterSmile} You played your part in serving justice to those most deserving of it.Hancock: I'm going to miss these little conversations.A1a
282Hancock: Take this, for the effort.The world's better without him.Hancock: I'm going to miss these little conversations.A2a
28300129344Hancock: Take this, for the effort.{Irritated} You use me to deal with your problem, and that's all I get?Hancock: I know, right? Costume crusading is a really shitty gig.B1a
28400129343Hancock: Take this, for the effort.Much obliged.X1a
28500129342Hancock: Take this, for the effort.{Question} You have any other work?Hancock: You've done plenty of work already, pal.Y1a
28600129339Hancock: Pick yourself up. Goodneighbor's just a bit safer thanks to the two of you.{(Shroud) Gratitude, respect / Friendly} What would the Shroud be without his faithful friend Rhett Reinhart?Kent: This. This means a lot to me.A1a
287Hancock: Pick yourself up. Goodneighbor's just a bit safer thanks to the two of you.{Friendly} I couldn't have done it with you, Kent.Kent: This. This means a lot to me.A2a
28800129338Hancock: Pick yourself up. Goodneighbor's just a bit safer thanks to the two of you.Hancock's right. But still, it's better to stay out of the action.Kent: You don't need to tell me that twice.B1a
28900129337Hancock: Pick yourself up. Goodneighbor's just a bit safer thanks to the two of you.Looks like this chapter of the Silver Shroud is over.Kent: Maybe... Maybe one day we'll write another.X1a
29000129336Hancock: Pick yourself up. Goodneighbor's just a bit safer thanks to the two of you.{Question} With all we've accomplished, would you have done anything different, Kent?Kent: No. Well, maybe I would've locked the door.Y1a
291MS04_1400b_HancockEndingHate00048930Hancock: But Sinjin's dead, and you're not. Here's your damned caps.{Apologetic} Come on, give me another chance.Hancock: I've had enough of you for two lifetimes. Get the hell out.A1a
2920004892FHancock: But Sinjin's dead, and you're not. Here's your damned caps.{Irritated} Maybe I should've let him burned Goodneighbor to the ground, with you in it.Hancock: Just get the hell out.B1a
2930004892EHancock: But Sinjin's dead, and you're not. Here's your damned caps.{Sarcastic} So that's a no on the hug? Just checking.Hancock: You're lucky I don't give you a bullet for your troubles. Now get the hell out.X1a
2940004892DHancock: But Sinjin's dead, and you're not. Here's your damned caps.{Question} So is that it?Hancock: Yeah. So get the hell out.Y1a
295-000A7D04{Spoken as Shroud, satisfaction} The deed is done. The dreaded Sinjin breathes no more.A
296{Simple statement} Job's done. Sinjin's dead.A
297{Worried sick} Kent...A
29800028038{Threatening promise} You're going down...
299{Talking about the worst sort of drug dealer, contempt} Human garbage...
300{Some derision (talking about Kent Connolly - who is off-kilter)} The people I meet...
30100027513{Cold} You must be Kendra.

MS04PostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
302MS04PostQuest_0100_ArmorUpgrade000DECB8KentConnolly: Maybe at least I can keep tinkering, though. To try and make your Shroud costume even better.{neutral} Then let's do this.KentConnolly: Oh sorry. I can't do nothing now. I'll fire up my radio when I have something for you.A1a
303000DECB7KentConnolly: Maybe at least I can keep tinkering, though. To try and make your Shroud costume even better.{Neutral} I got to run.KentConnolly: Oh, sure. But check back later.B1a
304000DECB6KentConnolly: Maybe at least I can keep tinkering, though. To try and make your Shroud costume even better.{Curious} What's that going to run me?KentConnolly: Cost? Free, of course. After all we've been through, I wouldn't have it any other way.X1a
305000DECB5KentConnolly: Maybe at least I can keep tinkering, though. To try and make your Shroud costume even better.{Curious / Question} What sort of upgrades are we talking about?KentConnolly: The armor plating is good, but it could be better.Y1a

MS05BEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
306MS05B_TurnInEggToWellingham00190092Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?{Just turned over a single egg from a destroyed clutch. / Neutral} Sorry. That's the only one that made the trip. There were... complications.Wellingham: Well, then.A1a
30700190091Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?{Just turned over a single egg from a destroyed clutch and not pleased to be getting guff about it. / Stern} Smashed to bits on the floor of the Museum of Witchcraft. You're welcome to go collect what's left.Wellingham: Now, now. That won't be necessary.B1a
30800190090Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?{Neutral} All the others made the trip up to that big Deathclaw nest in the sky.Wellingham: Is that so?X1a
3090019008FWellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?{Question} Do you really need more than one?Wellingham: Our patrons are men and women of ample... appetites. I had been hoping to keep them sated for at least the next fortnight.Y1a
3100019008A{Neutral} Here, take it.Wellingham: At last...A1a
311{Neutral} Here, take it.Wellingham: At last...A2a
31200190089{Neutral} I think I'll hang onto this.Wellingham: I never. I shall be speaking to your superior about this.B1a
31300190088{Trying to convince someone to give him more caps for a job. / Neutral} What you're offering's not enough. I risked life and several limbs to deliver this.Wellingham: Fine, fine. 300 caps. Well above market value.X1a
314{Trying to convince someone to give him more caps for a job. / Neutral} Come on. You can do better than that. You wouldn't want people thinking you're cheap.Wellingham: Fine, fine. 300 caps. Well above market value.X2a
315{Trying to convince someone to give him more caps for a job. / Question} Lot of folks died bringing you this delivery. Their deaths really mean that little to you?Wellingham: Fine, fine. 300 caps. Well above market value.X3a
31600190087Wellingham: Though our clientele do expect nothing short of the most pristine Deathclaw eggs. Now, do you have something for me?{Skeptical. / Question} What exactly are you planning to do with the eggs?Wellingham: Hmm. Well, if you must know, one of our patrons has been asking after a cooked Deathclaw egg, a la Wellingham, for some time.Y1a
317-0004AB68{Question} You waiting on a delivery? Of some Deathclaw eggs, maybe?
31800168583{Overly enthusiastic. / Sarcastic} Egg delivery! Fresh eggs, straight to you from only the finest Deathclaw nests!

MS05BGreetPoppaEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
319MS05BGreetPoppa_PlayerGreetScene0022E2D8{Player is speaking to a very large, temporarily pacified beast. / Nervous} Uh, good Deathclaw.A2a
320{Player is speaking to a very large, temporarily pacified beast. / Nervous} Good boy. Stay.A3a
321{Player is speaking to a very large, temporarily pacified beast. / Neutral} Truce? Truce.A4a
322{Player is speaking to a very large, temporarily pacified beast. / Neutral} No one has to be anyone's dinner tonight.A5a

MS05BPostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
323-00190E14{Neutral} I've got this Deathclaw egg I think you might be interested in.

MS07aEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
324002_MS07aSunScene0500049751{Trying to persuade someone. / Neutral} I'm investigating a missing person, Doctor. And I think the trail leads to your basement.DoctorSun: A missing person? You can't honestly think... you know what, fine. If it'll put the matter to rest.A1a
32500049750{Threateningly. / Stern} Look, I need to get down there. Now are you gonna help me or not?DoctorSun: Now, now. There's no need for that. You want to visit a basement? Fine.B1a
3260004974F{Attempting to bribe your way into a restricted area. / Friendly} Could 100 caps change your mind?DoctorSun: A hundred caps? To visit our basement? Well, I guess there wouldn't be any harm. Alright.X1a
3270004974EDoctorSun: What does this look like, a public outhouse? You know what, don't answer. Why on earth would I let you down there?{Neutral} Never mind.DoctorSun: Good.Y1a
328002a_MS07aPlayerFindsBlood0014DD02Nick: Well, what have we here?{Speaking to yourself. / Concerned} There's an awful lot of blood leading into the Surgery Center basement. Should try and find a way down there...Player Default: Where'd all this blood come from? It goes right into the basement.A1a
3290004974DPlayer Default: There's an awful lot of blood leading into the Surgery Center basement. Should try and find a way down there...{Examining a blood trail. / Question} Where'd all this blood come from? It goes right into the basement.A1a
330004_MS07aCrockerScene02000360DCNPCMDocCrocker: Oh, naughty, naughty! You're not supposed to be down here! But that's okay. I can fix that. I can fix anything.{Trying to talk down someone pointing a gun at him. / Pleading} Take it easy, doc. Let's talk. About Earl.DocCrocker: I didn't mean to do it. You have to believe me. Doc Crocker is a brilliant surgeon. No one dies under his care! No one dies!A1a
331000360DBNPCMDocCrocker: Oh, naughty, naughty! You're not supposed to be down here! But that's okay. I can fix that. I can fix anything.{Trying to talk down someone holding a gun at him. / Stern} Put down the gun, Crocker! It's over!DocCrocker: Over? For Doc Crocker? Why would it be over for the brilliant surgeon everyone loves?B1a
332000360DANPCMDocCrocker: Oh, naughty, naughty! You're not supposed to be down here! But that's okay. I can fix that. I can fix anything.{Neutral} Yeah, you've fixed things all right. Fixed yourself for some time in a Diamond City jail cell.DocCrocker: Jail cell? You don't get it, do you? Doc Crocker isn't going to jail. He's going to go back to his surgery, where people love him.X1a
333000360D8NPCMDocCrocker: Oh, naughty, naughty! You're not supposed to be down here! But that's okay. I can fix that. I can fix anything.{Stumbled upon a man in the process of butchering someone. / Concerned} What did you do to Earl Sterling, doctor?DocCrocker: What did I do? I didn't do anything. It was Earl who didn't want to be happy.Y1a
334000360D1Player Default: Earl he... he just didn't want to be happy. That must have been it.{Trying to talk him down. / Neutral} You made a mistake, but you can still do the right thing, doctor. Just think this through.Companion: Why are you tryin' to reason with this lunatic? Can't you see he's too far gone.A1a
335000360D0Player Default: He never makes mistakes or loses patients. He just makes people happy.{Threateningly. / Angry} Oh, screw this. Say "hi" to Earl for me.Companion: Not the outcome I had hoped for.B1a
336000360CAPlayer Default: And they love him because Doc Crocker never loses patients. He just makes people happy.{Trying to talk down someone pointing a gun at him. / Confident} You've killed a man, doctor. You're going to pay for it. Put the gun down, and come with me.Companion: Seriously? You're gonna let him live?X1a
337000360C6Player Default: Good patients get a nice, new face. Bad patients bleed all over the floor because they want to screw up their surgeon's life!{Puzzled} So you were performing surgery, and Earl didn't make it, is that it?Companion: Weak humans die.Y1a
338Player Default: Good patients get a nice, new face. Bad patients bleed all over the floor because they want to screw up their surgeon's life!{Puzzled} Why would people think the Institute took Earl Sterling?Companion: Weak humans die.Y2a
339Player Default: Good patients get a nice, new face. Bad patients bleed all over the floor because they want to screw up their surgeon's life!{Puzzled} So that's what you were doing? Cutting Earl's body up?Companion: Weak humans die.Y3a
340Player Default: Good patients get a nice, new face. Bad patients bleed all over the floor because they want to screw up their surgeon's life!{Puzzled} You really think you can get away with this?Companion: Weak humans die.Y4a
341004a_MS07aEarlsBodyScene0014DD01{Looking at a mutilated body. Said to yourself. / Neutral} Looks like it'll be a closed casket funeral.A1a
342006_MS07aSunPlayerScene0003A474NPCMDoctorSun: I think you owe me an explanation. What happened here?{Neutral} Doc Crocker killed Earl Sterling. He was going to kill me too.DoctorSun: Doctor Crocker killed Earl? The... the facial reconstruction... So he really DID go through with it...A1a
343NPCMDoctorSun: I think you owe me an explanation. What happened here?{Neutral} Doc Crocker killed Earl Sterling. I found out, and then he killed himself. Guess he couldn't handle the guilt.DoctorSun: Doctor Crocker killed Earl? The... the facial reconstruction... So he really DID go through with it...A2a
344NPCMDoctorSun: I think you owe me an explanation. What happened here?{Neutral} Doc Crocker killed Earl Sterling. See for yourself.DoctorSun: Doctor Crocker killed Earl? The... the facial reconstruction... So he really DID go through with it...A3a
3450003A473NPCMDoctorSun: I think you owe me an explanation. What happened here?{emphasize "me" / Stern} You owe ME an explanation, doctor. Your partner was cutting Earl Sterling up into little pieces.DoctorSun: Cutting him up into...? Why would he...? Wait... the facial reconstruction surgery... if he really DID go through with it... and it went badly...B1a
3460003A472NPCMDoctorSun: I think you owe me an explanation. What happened here?{Neutral} Take a look around for yourself. You'll figure it out.DoctorSun: That's... Earl Sterling's body, isn't it? Somewhere in the back of my mind, I knew he had gone through with the surgery...X1a
3470003A471NPCMDoctorSun: I think you owe me an explanation. What happened here?{Neutral} Did you know what Doc Crocker was doing down here?DoctorSun: That's... Earl Sterling's body, isn't it? Somewhere in the back of my mind, I knew he had gone through with the surgery...Y1a
3480003A46CPlayer Default: That explains a lot more than I'm comfortable with. Doctor Crocker always cared about his reputation, but this... this is inhuman...{Concerned} You didn't know. It's not your fault.DoctorSun: Of course it's not my fault! That moron and his damn "appearances over practice" mentality. Now two lives have been lost! It's disgraceful.A1a
3490003A46BPlayer Default: Doctor Crocker was willing to go THAT far to protect his reputation?{Stern} You let this happen, doctor. You could've stopped this.DoctorSun: You're...you're right. I should've known Doctor Crocker wasn't in any condition to continue practicing medicine. I should've known he killed Earl.B1a
3500003A46APlayer Default: So... Earl didn't just vanish. The procedure went badly, and Doctor Crocker was trying to cover it up...{Neutral} Well, it's over. That's that.DoctorSun: It's over? The most well-respected surgeon in Diamond City is dead, his patient is in pieces, and all you have to say is "it's over"?X1a
3510003A469Player Default: So... Earl didn't just vanish. The procedure went badly, and Doctor Crocker was trying to cover it up...{Concerned} What are you going to do now, doctor?DoctorSun: Now? Now I have a report to file, a mess to clean up, and a lot explanations to give to our patients.Y1a
352007_MS07aNickPlayerScene0003A4C9NPCMNickValentine: So, you ever figure out what happened to Earl Sterling?{Neutral} This was a weird one, Nick. Turns out Doc Crocker killed Earl and hid his body in the surgery cellar.A1a
3530003A4C8NPCMNickValentine: So, you ever figure out what happened to Earl Sterling?{angry, rhetorical question / Question} Does an insane doctor and a cellar full of body parts count?B1a
3540003A4C7NPCMNickValentine: So, you ever figure out what happened to Earl Sterling?{Neutral} Let's just say I don't recommend going to the Mega Surgery Center ever again.X1a
3550003A4C6NPCMNickValentine: So, you ever figure out what happened to Earl Sterling?{Question} Refresh my memory, why was I looking into Earl Sterling?Nick: We got a case on his dissapearance. Vadim Bobrov over at the Dugout Inn didn't trust the official report. Hired us to get at the truth.Y1a
3560003A4C0Nick: So, the doctor did it. Feels like there's a cliche in there somewhere...{Neutral} The case is solved, at least. He won't hurt anyone ever again.Nick: You're better at this than I thought you'd be, and I already thought you'd be good.A1a
3570003A4BFNick: So, the doctor did it. Feels like there's a cliche in there somewhere...{Irritated} What a waste of time. Earl was already dead when I got to him.Nick: Well, you uncovered the truth, and that's what counts. No sense brooding over what else you could have done. It'll just keep you up at night.B1a
3580003A4BENick: So, the doctor did it. Feels like there's a cliche in there somewhere...{Neutral} Yeah, there's a cliche all right. It's buried underneath your bad sense of humor.Nick: You keep that kind of talk up, I might just start thinking we're friends.X1a
3590003A4BDNick: So, the doctor did it. Feels like there's a cliche in there somewhere...{Question} So that's it? Case closed?Nick: That's right. I doubt Diamond City Security will do anything, but I'll forward our report on to them anyway.Y1a
360007a_MS07aElliePlayerScene0014DD07Nick: We found him alright.{Neutral} Earl never went anywhere. Doc Crocker killed him during a botched surgery.A1a
3610014DD06Nick: We found him alright.{Neutral} I've still got some things I'm trying to wrap up.Ellie: Let me know once you do.B1a
3620014DD05Nick: We found him alright.{Sarcastic} Earl's not doing a lot of running anymore. Being chopped to bits by Doc Crocker will do that.X1a
3630014DD04Nick: We found him alright.{Neutral} Why was I looking for Earl Sterling again?Ellie: Well, to help the folks down at the Dugout Inn get some closure about their friend, for one.Y1a
36400058992Ellie: Crocker killed Earl? Gone as long as he was, I figured maybe Raiders or the Institute but Crocker? Where's the doc now? Rotting in a cell, I hope.{Neutral} Crocker killed himself. He couldn't take the guilt.Ellie: Goodness. I'm sorry you two had to go through that.A1a
365Ellie: Crocker killed Earl? Gone as long as he was, I figured maybe Raiders or the Institute but Crocker? Where's the doc now? Rotting in a cell, I hope.{Somber} It either was him or us. We had to put him down.Ellie: Goodness. I'm sorry you two had to go through that.A2a
366Ellie: Crocker killed Earl? Gone as long as he was, I figured maybe Raiders or the Institute but Crocker? Where's the doc now? Rotting in a cell, I hope.{Somber} It was him or me. I had to put him down.Ellie: Goodness. I'm sorry you two had to go through that.A3a
36700058991Ellie: Crocker killed Earl? Gone as long as he was, I figured maybe Raiders or the Institute but Crocker? Where's the doc now? Rotting in a cell, I hope.{Irritated} He's dead. Now can I get my caps?Ellie: Crocker's dead, too? Goodness. What a mess.B1a
36800058990Ellie: Crocker killed Earl? Gone as long as he was, I figured maybe Raiders or the Institute but Crocker? Where's the doc now? Rotting in a cell, I hope.{You're cracking a joke of the previous line where someone said "I hope he's rotting in a cell." / Sarcastic} Well, he's rotting somewhere.Ellie: Somewhere? What do you... oh.X1a
3690005898FEllie: Crocker killed Earl? Gone as long as he was, I figured maybe Raiders or the Institute but Crocker? Where's the doc now? Rotting in a cell, I hope.{Question} Come on, Ellie. You can't really be that naive.Ellie: Naive? What're you... oh.Y1a
370-0002F278Earl Sterling used to work here, right?
371Did you know Earl Sterling?
372Did you work with Earl Sterling at all?
373Care to explain all this blood leading to the cellar?
374Do you know anything about this receipt?
375Where is Doc Crocker?
376{Neutral} I need to get into the cellar, doctor.
3770001D076{Nervous. The person you're addressing has a gun and has been chopping someone into pieces. / Concerned} Doctor...

MS07cEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
378MS07c_001_NickIntro0014A142{Question} Sure thing. What's the case?A1a
3790014A141{Neutral} How about some other time?NickValentine: Sure. It's waited this long...B1a
3800014A140{Neutral} Maybe. What's the case?X1a
3810014A13F{Question} What kind of history we talking here?Y1a
382000EDF60NickValentine: Only Eddie didn't want to be a frozen banana. No cryo sleep for him. No, he invested his money in some sick, crazy radiation experiment.{Impressed} You've really done your homework on this guy.NickValentine: I have. And I uncovered a doozy.A1a
383000EDF5FNickValentine: Only Eddie didn't want to be a frozen banana. No cryo sleep for him. No, he invested his money in some sick, crazy radiation experiment.{Defiant} Watch who you're calling frozen banana, pal.NickValentine: Get over yourself. It ain't always about you. Now listen to the important part.B1a
384000EDF5ENickValentine: Only Eddie didn't want to be a frozen banana. No cryo sleep for him. No, he invested his money in some sick, crazy radiation experiment.{Disbelief} Nick, you can't be saying what I think you're saying...NickValentine: Oh, I'm saying it all right.X1a
385000EDF5DNickValentine: Only Eddie didn't want to be a frozen banana. No cryo sleep for him. No, he invested his money in some sick, crazy radiation experiment.{Disbelief} You don't mean to tell me he used that radiation to...NickValentine: That's right.Y1a
386000EDF57NickValentine: I'm going to find him, and kill him, so that never happens. You in?{Neutral} All right, Nick. Let's get the bad guy.NickValentine: You're a good man.A1a
387000EDF56NickValentine: I'm going to find him, and kill him, so that never happens. You in?{Defiant} You want to murder this guy, Nick. I can't be party to that.NickValentine: Fine. But I hope you change your mind. This Eddie Winter... he was barely human back then. God knows what he is now.B1a
388000EDF55NickValentine: I'm going to find him, and kill him, so that never happens. You in?{Concerned} I don't know, Nick. Sounds a bit like cold-blooded murder.NickValentine: Who says it ain't? But I don't have to be human to know that sometimes the only way to end evil is to kill it.X1a
389000EDF54NickValentine: I'm going to find him, and kill him, so that never happens. You in?{Puzzled} I don't get it Nick. Why kill Eddie Winter, even if he is still alive? This sounds like some kind of vendetta.NickValentine: I've got memories. Of a... of a girl. My girl. They're not really my memories, I know that. They're Nick's. But the girl... she was real.Y1a
390000EDE34NickValentine: So he sealed himself inside a personal shelter, located underneath the sub shop he used as a headquarters.{Player} Eddie Winter was from... my time. A real scumbag.A1a
391000EDE33NickValentine: So he sealed himself inside a personal shelter, located underneath the sub shop he used as a headquarters.{Question} Your point being?B1a
392000EDE32NickValentine: So he sealed himself inside a personal shelter, located underneath the sub shop he used as a headquarters.{Sarcastic} An evil king in a sub shop? Does a meatball monster show up at some point?NickValentine: From what I've heard, the pastrami golem is the one you really have to watch for...X1a
393000EDE31NickValentine: So he sealed himself inside a personal shelter, located underneath the sub shop he used as a headquarters.{Question} There's more to this, isn't there?Y1a
394MS07c_002_TurnInTapes00185DCFPlayer Default: Finally got 'em all. Here.{Neutral} You know, I think I found all the others. Take 'em.A1a
39500185DCEPlayer Default: Well, come talk to me once you've tracked 'em down.{Irritated} Actually, I'm kind of busy at the moment.NickValentine: Guess that's fine. Not like Winter's going anywhere. Once you track 'em all down, you come see me.B1a
39600185DCDPlayer Default: Yeah. Here. Take 'em.{Neutral} Looks like I already got the other nine. Take 'em.X1a
39700185DCCPlayer Default: What was it we were looking for again?{Question} You mean these? Here. Take 'em.NickValentine: Already got the tapes, huh.Y1a
3980014A263NickValentine: Now, have you got something for me? A pocketful of tapes belonging to an old Ghoul, perhaps?{Neutral} Finally got 'em all. Here.NickValentine: No foolin'.A1a
3990014A262NickValentine: Now, have you got something for me? A pocketful of tapes belonging to an old Ghoul, perhaps?{Neutral} I still need some more time.NickValentine: Well, come talk to me once you've tracked 'em down.B1a
4000014A261NickValentine: Now, have you got something for me? A pocketful of tapes belonging to an old Ghoul, perhaps?{Neutral} Yeah. Here. Take 'em.NickValentine: Would ya look at that.X1a
401MS07c_003_MoreTapesToFind0014BEF3NPCMNickValentine: How we doing on the hunt for Eddie's tapes?{Neutral} Still searching for them.NickValentine: Just let me know when you managed to get your hands on 'em.A1a
4020014BEF2NPCMNickValentine: How we doing on the hunt for Eddie's tapes?{Puzzled} Is this vendetta really worth it, Nick? I mean, you don't even know this guy.NickValentine: I don't expect you to understand. Heck, I don't need you to. We just need to find those tapes.B1a
4030014BEF1NPCMNickValentine: How we doing on the hunt for Eddie's tapes?{Sarcastic} How about some doo-wop hits instead? Maybe a little smooth jazz?NickValentine: The only tune I want to hear right now is Eddie Winter recanting a life of villainy.X1a
4040014BEF0NPCMNickValentine: How we doing on the hunt for Eddie's tapes?{Question} What was it we were looking for again?NickValentine: Ten tapes recorded by that hooligan, Eddie Winter. Word is they got stashed in police departments around the Commonwealth.Y1a
405MS07c_004_OpeningBunker0014F62DNickValentine: That filthy toad's right on the other side of that door. Why don't you do the honor?{Neutral} Sure.PlayerDefault: One, nine, five, three, seven, two, eight, four, zero, six.A1a
4060014F62CPlayerDefault: Sure.{You're entering buttons on a keypad while saying the numbers. / Neutral} One, nine, five, three, seven, two, eight, four, zero, six.A1a
407MS07c_009_EddieWinter000DD371EddieWinter: Who the fuck are you?{Apologetic} Hey, it's all right. I'm just passing through...EddieWinter: Passing through? A secure underground bunker?A1a
408000DD370EddieWinter: Who the fuck are you?{Confident} I'm the last human you're ever going to lay eyes on.EddieWinter: Ha! Oh, boy-o, if I only had a sawbuck for every time somebody said that to me. But I ain't dead yet, am I?B1a
409000DD36FEddieWinter: Who the fuck are you?{Angry} Eddie! It's me! Your old pal Shamus McFuckyourself.EddieWinter: All this time, and the first person to walk through my door is a wise-ass.X1a
410000DD36EEddieWinter: Who the fuck are you?{Angry} Who the fuck am I? Who the fuck are YOU?EddieWinter: I'm Eddie Winter, and you're in MY bunker.Y1a
411-0014F621{Annoyed. / Player} Quit stalling...

MS07cPostQuestEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
412MS07cPostQuest_001_PickUpScene00188184NickValentine: That is, if you're still interested in traveling together. Wouldn't blame ya if you wanted some time on your own after all this.{Friendly} Of course. Let's do it.NickValentine: Glad to hear it.A1a
41300188183NickValentine: That is, if you're still interested in traveling together. Wouldn't blame ya if you wanted some time on your own after all this.{Question} Might be best if we went our separate ways.NickValentine: Suit yourself. Guess I'll head on home.B1a
41400188182NickValentine: That is, if you're still interested in traveling together. Wouldn't blame ya if you wanted some time on your own after all this.{Neutral} Yeah, I guess that'll work.NickValentine: You sure know how to make a synth feel welcome.X1a
41500188181NickValentine: That is, if you're still interested in traveling together. Wouldn't blame ya if you wanted some time on your own after all this.{Question} You still want to travel with me?NickValentine: I think I could suffer through it.Y1a

MS07IntroEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
416MS07Intro_20_ElliePlayerScene00190CCCNPCFElliePerkins: Thanks so much for bringing Nick back.{Confident} Happy to do it.Ellie: Yeah? Go diving into scary prewar ruins all the time then, do ya?A1a
41700190CCBNPCFElliePerkins: Thanks so much for bringing Nick back.{Stern} About my reward...Ellie: They always gotta ruin the moment with money talk...B1a
41800190CCANPCFElliePerkins: Thanks so much for bringing Nick back.{Sarcastic} Metal Detective Delivery. At your service.Ellie: Happy to be in a niche market, that's for sure.X1a
41900190CC9NPCFElliePerkins: Thanks so much for bringing Nick back.{honest question, sincere / Question} Can we get started on my case?Ellie: Oh, of course! There's just a small clerical thing we need to clear up.Y1a

MS09Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
420MS09CabotHouseIntercomIntro00072F08CabotHouseIntercom: You seem nice enough, but trust me. You don't want to come inside.{Friendly} Come on, let me in.CabotHouseIntercom: You're not going to give up, are you? Have it your way. Door's unlocked. Come on in.A1a
42100072F07Player Default: Up yours.{Disgust} Screw you, then.B1a
42200072F06CabotHouseIntercom: You need to leave if you know what's good for you.{Irritated} Okay, fine, I'm leaving.X1a
42300072F05Player Default: What is this place?{Puzzled} Why don't I want to come in? It seems like a nice place.CabotHouseIntercom: You don't want to come in because then I would have to kill you. I assume you don't want to be killed. So get out of here.Y1a
42400072F00NPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Friendly} I'm here to talk to Jack Cabot.CabotHouseIntercom: Oh, it's you. Good. Come on in.A1a
425NPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Friendly} Edward Deegan invited me here.CabotHouseIntercom: Oh, it's you. Good. Come on in.A2a
426NPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Friendly} I'd really like to come in.CabotHouseIntercom: Oh, it's you. Good. Come on in.A3a
42700072EFFNPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Irritated} Up yours.B1a
42800072EFENPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Stern} Let me in. Edward Deegan asked me to come here.CabotHouseIntercom: Oh, it's you. Good. Come on in.X1a
429NPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Irritated} That's awfully rude.CabotHouseIntercom: Oh, it's you. Good. Come on in.X2a
43000072EFDNPCMEdwardDeegan: Go away.{Question} What is this place?CabotHouseIntercom: This is Cabot House, like it says on the sign.Y1a
431MS09CabotHouseIntroEdward0004C9A9Edward: You all set, then?{Confident} Yep. I'll see you soon with the package.Edward: Good luck. Don't get killed on your first job.A1a
4320004C9A8Edward: You all set, then?{Irritated} I was all set when I walked in here.Edward: Well then get going already.B1a
4330004C9A7Edward: You all set, then?{Neutral} I'm out of here.Edward: Good luck. Don't get killed on your first job.X1a
4340004C9A6Edward: You all set, then?{Neutral} I have some questions.Edward: Shoot.Y1a
4350004B1E1NPCMEdwardDeegan: I still need to give you your assignment.{Friendly} I'm ready to get to work.Edward: Good.A1a
4360004B1E0NPCMEdwardDeegan: I still need to give you your assignment.{Disgust} What a wack-job.Edward: Jack pays the bills, so he can believe what he wants.B1a
4370004B1DFNPCMEdwardDeegan: I still need to give you your assignment.{Sarcastic} That was... interesting.Edward: Ha. Good. If you like that kind of thing, you've come to the right place.X1a
4380004B1DENPCMEdwardDeegan: I still need to give you your assignment.{Puzzled} What was all that about?Edward: Don't worry about it for now.Y1a
4390004B1D8Edward: Any questions?{Neutral} Only about a million...A1a
4400004B1D7Edward: Any questions?{Irritated} You haven't told me half of what I need to know.Edward: Keep your shirt on, I'm getting to it.B1a
4410004B1D6Edward: Any questions?{Concerned} I hope you have more to go on than that.Edward: Don't worry. I don't expect you to do the impossible. Not on your first day.X1a
4420004B1D5Edward: Any questions?{Question} For starters, what's this package I'm looking for?Edward: It's a metal case holding vials of serum.Y1a
443MS09CabotHouseIntroEdwardQuestions00072BBANPCMEdwardDeegan: What is it?{Question} How did this package go missing?Edward: The courier got there and picked up the package just fine, but never got back here.A1a
44400072BB9NPCMEdwardDeegan: What is it?Nothing else.Edward: Okay. They're expecting you over at Parsons, so you'd better get going.B1a
44500072BB8NPCMEdwardDeegan: What is it?{Question} Why does Jack have people guarding an old insane asylum?Edward: I don't mind you asking questions, as long as you don't mind me not answering them.X1a
44600072BB7NPCMEdwardDeegan: What is it?{Question} What's this missing package I'm looking for?Edward: It's a metal case holding vials of serum.Y1a
447MS09CabotHouseIntroInvited00072EF7Jack: Hello, hello! Welcome to Cabot House. I'm Jack Cabot.{Neutral} Just tell me what you need me to do.Jack: All in good time, all in good time. Consider this your final interview before getting the job.B1a
44800072EF6Jack: Hello, hello! Welcome to Cabot House. I'm Jack Cabot.{Neutral} Edward said you needed to talk to me before he hired me.Jack: Yes. Edward finds it tiresome, but I always like to know personally everyone who works for me.X1a
44900072EF5Jack: Hello, hello! Welcome to Cabot House. I'm Jack Cabot.{Question} What is this place?Jack: This is my ancestral home. The Cabots have always lived here, since long before the Great War.Y1a
4500006FD5DEdward: Come on. Let's go meet the boss.{Friendly} Sounds good.Edward: Jack! The new guy is here.A1a
4510006FD5CEdward: Come on. Let's go meet the boss.{Irritated} Let's get on with it.Edward: Jack! The new guy is here.B1a
4520006FD5BEdward: Come on. Let's go meet the boss.{Neutral} Lead on.Edward: Jack! The new guy is here.X1a
4530006FD5AEdward: Come on. Let's go meet the boss.{Question} What is this place?Y1a
454MS09CabotHouseIntroJack000E972EJack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.{Friendly} That's really interesting.Companion: You're fallin' for this bullshit?A1a
455000E972DJack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.{Irritated} You can believe whatever wacko theories you want, as long as I get paid.Companion: If there's a load of caps involved, I'll believe anythin' you say.B1a
456000E972CJack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.{Neutral} I'm really just here about the job.Companion: Cait interjectsX1a
457000E972BJack: Ancient powers that modern science, even at its pinnacle, could barely begin to comprehend.{Puzzled} You think aliens created human civilization?Companion: This is plain daft, is what it is.Y1a
4580004B1FAJack: The question is this: do you believe there is other intelligent life in the universe?{Happy} The universe is a big place. Anything could be out there.Jack: Wonderful. Most people's minds are too narrow to admit the possibilities of an infinite universe.A1a
4590004B1F9Jack: The question is this: do you believe there is other intelligent life in the universe?{Disbelief} Little green men and UFOs? Come on.Jack: You misunderstand me. I'm not talking about the flying saucers of popular hysteria.B1a
4600004B1F8Jack: The question is this: do you believe there is other intelligent life in the universe?{Sarcastic} I'm not sure there's any intelligent life in the universe. At least not on this planet.Jack: You joke but make a good point.X1a
4610004B1F7Jack: The question is this: do you believe there is other intelligent life in the universe?{Disbelief} Are you talking about aliens? UFOs and little green men?Jack: No, no. That's all popular hysteria. I doubt any of it has any basis in fact.Y1a
462MS09CabotHouseIntroJackNeutral01000E9724{Neutral} Even after thousands of years, there would be plenty left to find of our civilization.Jack: There would be something left, but perhaps less than you think.A1a
463000E9723{Disgust} Probably for the best if it was all wiped away. So whoever comes next can start fresh.Jack: I don't share your pessimistic view. I still believe that human civilization has a chance to regain its lost glories.B1a
464000E9722{Puzzled} I don't understand what this has to do with anything.Jack: I'm sorry if I'm rattling on. I sometimes forget not everyone finds these things as compelling as I do.X1a
465000E9721{Puzzled} You're implying there was a lost alien civilization on earth in prehistoric times?Jack: Yes, if by "alien" you mean a non-human precursor to the commonly understood founding cultures -- Sumer, Egypt, Assyria.Y1a
466MS09CabotHouseIntroUninvited001C0F60Jack: I'm Jack Cabot. Welcome to Cabot House.{Friendly} Pleased to meet you, Jack.Jack: Pleased to meet you. Seems like a long time since we've had a visitor.A1a
467001C0F5FJack: I'm Jack Cabot. Welcome to Cabot House.{Irritated} You'd better tell your lackey to watch himself.Jack: Once you know Edward better, you'll realize what a genuinely nice fellow he is.B1a
468001C0F5EJack: I'm Jack Cabot. Welcome to Cabot House.{Puzzled} Now I don't know what to think.Jack: Let's call it a misunderstanding and put it behind us.X1a
469001C0F5DJack: I'm Jack Cabot. Welcome to Cabot House.{Question} What is this place?Jack: This is my ancestral home. The Cabots have always lived here, since long before the Great War.Y1a
47000072EE9Edward: Hold very, very still. Now tell me what you're doing here.{Friendly} Easy. I'm really not looking for trouble.Edward: You come into Boston and knock on random doors... I think you actually are looking for trouble.A1a
47100072EE8Edward: Hold very, very still. Now tell me what you're doing here.{Stern} Bad idea, unless you really want to piss me off.Edward: I don't much care if you're pissed off or not. Just don't move.B1a
47200072EE7Edward: Hold very, very still. Now tell me what you're doing here.{Sarcastic} Vault-Tec calling! But I, ah... guess you guys are all set.Edward: Very cute. Maybe you should just try shutting up and standing still.X1a
47300072EE6Edward: Hold very, very still. Now tell me what you're doing here.{Puzzled} Why did you let me in if you were just going to kill me?Edward: You kind of insisted, remember?Y1a
474MS09CabotHouseMission2Intro000EF05AEdward: What about the serum he was carrying? Did you get any of it back?{Concerned} There was only this one vial left.Edward: Oh, good. I was afraid we wouldn't get any of it back.A1a
475Edward: What about the serum he was carrying? Did you get any of it back?{Apologetic} There was only one vial left, and I used it on myself.Edward: Oh, good. I was afraid we wouldn't get any of it back.A2a
476000EF059Edward: What about the serum he was carrying? Did you get any of it back?{Apologetic} The serum was all gone.Edward: Yeah, figures. Oh, well.B1a
477000EF058Edward: What about the serum he was carrying? Did you get any of it back?{Puzzled} I didn't find any. I guess they must have used it all.Edward: Yeah, figures. Oh, well.X1a
478000EF057Edward: What about the serum he was carrying? Did you get any of it back?{Question} What's so important about this serum?Edward: You're getting paid to follow orders. Your orders were to get it back. That's all you need to worry about.Y1a
4790004EC30NPCMEdwardDeegan: So did you find out what happened to the courier?{Confident} Some raiders set up camp near Parsons and ambushed him. I took care of them.Edward: Hmm. I don't like raiders operating so close to Parsons. I hope this isn't the start of something serious.A1a
4800004EC2FNPCMEdwardDeegan: So did you find out what happened to the courier?{Irritated} Hardly worth my time. Just a few raiders who ambushed him.Edward: Hmm. I don't like raiders operating so close to Parsons. I hope this isn't the start of something serious.B1a
4810004EC2ENPCMEdwardDeegan: So did you find out what happened to the courier?{Neutral} Just some raiders that ambushed him.Edward: Hmm. I don't like raiders operating so close to Parsons. I hope this isn't the start of something serious.X1a
4820004EC2DNPCMEdwardDeegan: So did you find out what happened to the courier?{Question} When do I get paid?Edward: We'll get to that. First I need to know what happened to the courier.Y1a
483NPCMEdwardDeegan: So did you find out what happened to the courier?{Question} What's the next job?Edward: We'll get to that. First I need to know what happened to the courier.Y2a
484MS09CabotHouseMission2MainEnd000518B0Edward: Somebody there must know something. She's not known for keeping her mouth shut.I know the Third Rail. I'll ask around there.A1a
485Edward: Somebody there must know something. She's not known for keeping her mouth shut.Got it. Off to Goodneighbor then.A2a
486000518AFEdward: Somebody there must know something. She's not known for keeping her mouth shut.I'm off to find the loony sister, then.B1a
487000518AEEdward: Somebody there must know something. She's not known for keeping her mouth shut.What if she doesn't want to come home?Edward: Obviously, as one of the family, you can't just knock her in the head and drag her home by her heels.Y1a
488000518ADEdward: Somebody there must know something. She's not known for keeping her mouth shut.Okay, I'll start in Goodneighbor.X1a
4890004EC1EEdward: From time to time, she runs off, usually with a new boyfriend. Then I send somebody to bring her home.{Confident} No problem. I'll bring her back.Edward: The trouble usually isn't finding her. It's persuading her to come home.A1a
4900004EC1DEdward: From time to time, she runs off, usually with a new boyfriend. Then I send somebody to bring her home.{Confident} Sounds like a piece of cake.B1a
4910004EC1CEdward: From time to time, she runs off, usually with a new boyfriend. Then I send somebody to bring her home.{Sarcastic} Great. The sister's even crazier than Jack.Edward: I thought I told you to cut out that kind of talk.X1a
4920004EC1BEdward: From time to time, she runs off, usually with a new boyfriend. Then I send somebody to bring her home.{Question} Do you know where she's gone?Edward: No, but it shouldn't be too hard to find out.Y1a
493MS09DefaultJack000EB385NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Do you need something?{Friendly} Quite a place you've got here. Amazing that it survived the war.Jack: Thank you. I try not to take it for granted. We were definitely more fortunate than most.A1a
494000EB384NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Do you need something?{Puzzled} How'd your father manage to travel to Arabia with the world blown to hell?Jack: Ah, well that was before the war. When he was a young man.B1a
495NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Do you need something?{Neutral} I've got to get going.Jack: Ah, well that was before the war. When he was a young man.B2a
496000EB383NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Do you need something?{Question} What's going on at that old insane asylum?Jack: I carry out some of my research there. That's all you need to know.X1a
497000EB382NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Do you need something?{Thinking} I was intrigued by your theory about an ancient alien civilization.Jack: Actually it was my father's theory. Now proven beyond doubt, although only to me, unfortunately.Y1a
498NPCMJackCabot: Ah, you're back. Do you need something?{Question} Do you really believe in aliens?Jack: Actually it was my father's theory. Now proven beyond doubt, although only to me, unfortunately.Y2a
499MS09DefaultJackAncients000EB375{Question} You said your father found a lost city?Jack: Yes. He spent years looking, and was widely ridiculed by the so-called experts. I'm ashamed to say even I doubted him.A1a
500{Puzzled} I've never heard of any kind of ancient alien civilization before.Jack: Yes. He spent years looking, and was widely ridiculed by the so-called experts. I'm ashamed to say even I doubted him.A2a
501000EB374{Neutral} I wanted to ask you about something else.Jack: Alright.B1a
502{Question} You really think that your father found a lost alien civilization?Jack: Alright.B2a
503{Question} You really think that there was an alien civilization on earth?Jack: Alright.B3a
504000EB373{Question} What was your father's theory?Jack: He believed that all of the earliest human civilizations shared some common parent that was unknown to history.X1a
505000EB372{Question} You have proof?Jack: Enough to satisfy me. Because of his illness, my father could not or would not explain exactly where he found the lost city.Y1a
506MS09DefaultJackFather000EB360{Impressed} Wow. Your father must be pretty old, then.Jack: Well, yes. He is. Most people don't really grasp how long ago the war really was.A1a
507000EB35F{Disbelief} That's impossible. The war was 200 years ago.Jack: Impossible? Not much that I would call impossible these days.B1a
508000EB35E{Disbelief} Come on. The war was 200 years ago.Jack: You know your history. Most people don't grasp how long ago the war really was.X1a
509000EB35D{Puzzled} How's that possible? The war was 200 years ago.Y1a
510MS09DefaultJackParsons000EB37D{Friendly} Okay, I was just curious.A1a
511000EB37C{Irritated} You must think I'm an idiot.Jack: I'm sorry you feel that way.B1a
512000EB37B{Neutral} Whatever. Keep your secrets.X1a
513000EB37A{Friendly} The more I know, the better I'll be at my job.Jack: Well... I suppose that may be true...Y1a
514MS09DefaultLorenzo00107AF3Lorenzo: What can I do for you?I need more serum.Lorenzo: When you've used what I gave you, I will be glad to provide another vial.A1a
51500107AF2Lorenzo: What can I do for you?Never mind.Lorenzo: Hmm.B1a
51600107AF1Lorenzo: What can I do for you?I was curious about the ancient artifact you always wear.Lorenzo: Jack spent so many futile years trying to understand this. I could have told him everything he wanted to know.X1a
51700107AF0Lorenzo: What can I do for you?{Disbelief} Are you really over 400 years old?Lorenzo: Yes, I truly am.Y1a
518MS09Mission2EmogeneAge000F0690Emogene: Once I get home and get some of Jack's serum, I'll be back to my usual stunning self.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. / Flirting} I was just kidding. You look absolutely fabulous.Emogene: Well... thank you. Even though I know you're just being polite. You're different than the thugs Jack usually sends.A1a
519000F068FEmogene: Once I get home and get some of Jack's serum, I'll be back to my usual stunning self.{Disgust} Just one more crazy Cabot.Emogene: That's right. I'm the crazy one in the family. Ask anyone.B1a
520000F068EEmogene: Once I get home and get some of Jack's serum, I'll be back to my usual stunning self.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. / Disbelief} You can't really be younger than Jack.Emogene: Of course not. You can't believe anything I say. I'm the crazy one, haven't you heard?X1a
521000F068DEmogene: Once I get home and get some of Jack's serum, I'll be back to my usual stunning self.{Disbelief} Jack has a serum that reverses aging?Emogene: It's more like it halts aging. I started taking it when I was 32, so normally that's what I look like.Y1a
522MS09Mission2EmogeneAgeKnow000F068B{Stern} I want to know why no one in your family seems to age, and I want to know now.Emogene: So either Jack blabbed or you're smarter than the thugs he usually has working for him.B1a
523000F068A{Surprised} Jack said the artifact had stopped Lorenzo from aging. I guess he wasn't quite telling the whole story.Emogene: And he's always after me for being a blabbermouth. Typical!X1a
524000F0689{Puzzled} Jack told me your father is hundreds of years old. Now you, too... what's the secret?Emogene: Well if Jack already told you there can't be any harm.Y1a
525000F067BEmogene: Don't worry, I'll be my usual stunning self as soon as I get some more serum.{Friendly} I have a vial of that serum with me. Here, looks like you need it.A1a
526Emogene: Don't worry, I'll be my usual stunning self as soon as I get some more serum.{Apologetic} Actually there's only one vial of the serum left. Raiders got the rest.A2a
527Emogene: Don't worry, I'll be my usual stunning self as soon as I get some more serum.{Neutral} Actually there isn't any serum left. Raiders ambushed the last delivery.A3a
528000F067AEmogene: Don't worry, I'll be my usual stunning self as soon as I get some more serum.{Irritated} I don't care about your beauty treatments. Let's go already.B1a
529000F0679Emogene: Don't worry, I'll be my usual stunning self as soon as I get some more serum.{Neutral} Yeah, whatever. Let's get going already.X1a
530000F0678Emogene: Don't worry, I'll be my usual stunning self as soon as I get some more serum.{Question} What happens if you don't get more serum?Y1a
531MS09Mission2EmogeneIntro000524A5NPCFEmogeneCabot: Don't tell me. Jack sent you.{Friendly} That's right. I'm here to rescue you.Emogene: What makes you think I need to be rescued?A1a
532000524A4NPCFEmogeneCabot: Don't tell me. Jack sent you.{Neutral} My job is to bring you home. So let's go.Emogene: I don't take orders from the hired help.B1a
533000524A3NPCFEmogeneCabot: Don't tell me. Jack sent you.{Sarcastic} Well, actually it was Edward, but close enough.Emogene: Edward who works for Jack. I know Jack was behind this. He's always trying to control me.X1a
534MS09Mission2EmogeneIntroEnd00074E6AEmogene: He actually thought he could force me to join his absurd cult.{Friendly} Let's get out of here.A1a
53500074E69Emogene: He actually thought he could force me to join his absurd cult.{Stern} Your boyfriend's dead. Let's go.Emogene: Thomas? He wasn't my "boyfriend". We had some fun together. That's all.B1a
536Emogene: He actually thought he could force me to join his absurd cult.{Stern} I hope you don't need to say goodbye to your boyfriend.Emogene: Thomas? He wasn't my "boyfriend". We had some fun together. That's all.B2a
53700074E68Emogene: He actually thought he could force me to join his absurd cult.{SinisterSmile} I hope you weren't too attached to Thomas.Emogene: I was done with him. And he shouldn't have locked me in here.X1a
538Emogene: He actually thought he could force me to join his absurd cult.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. / Sarcastic} Your boyfriend Thomas was a real charmer.Emogene: I was done with him. And he shouldn't have locked me in here.X2a
53900074E67Emogene: He actually thought he could force me to join his absurd cult.{Question} Need anything before we go?Emogene: No. I didn't bring anything worth taking with me.Y1a
540MS09Mission2EmogeneIntroNeg100074E77{Friendly} I'm just here to make sure you're okay.Emogene: I'm fine, as you can see. I was just waiting to see if Thomas would come to his senses.A1a
54100074E76{Irritated} Fine. I'll lock the door behind me on my way out.Emogene: Wait. Since you've already gone to all this trouble, I may as well leave now.B1a
54200074E75{Neutral} You could be a little more grateful to the person who's rescuing you.Emogene: Oh, Thomas would have let me go eventually. But I was getting tired of waiting for him to come to his senses, so... thank you.X1a
54300074E74{Surprised} You're Jack's sister? I was expecting someone a bit... younger.Emogene: Well... yes. I've been waiting to see if Thomas would come to his senses.Y1a
544{Question} Do you want to get out of here or not?Emogene: Well... yes. I've been waiting to see if Thomas would come to his senses.Y2a
545MS09Mission2EmogeneIntroNeu100074E6F{Friendly} It wasn't Jack. It was your mother who wanted you found.Emogene: I'm fine, as you can see. I was just waiting to see if Thomas would come to his senses.A1a
54600074E6E{Irritated} You're welcome to stay here for all I care.Emogene: Wait. Since you've already gone to all this trouble, I may as well leave now.B1a
54700074E6D{Stern} You don't seem very grateful for being rescued.Emogene: Well. Maybe technically I was not allowed to leave. So... thank you.X1a
54800074E6C{Question} Do you want to get out of here or not?Emogene: Well... yes. I've been waiting to see if Thomas would come to his senses.Y2a
549MS09Mission2EmogeneIntroPos100074E73{Concerned} These cultists seemed to be holding you prisoner.Emogene: Well. Thomas certainly thinks so. But really I was just waiting to see if he would come to his senses.A1a
55000074E72{Puzzled} What, did you ask to be locked in here?Emogene: No, of course not. I could have left whenever I chose. I was just waiting to see if Thomas would come to his senses.B1a
55100074E71{Neutral} Sorry, my mistake. I'll be on my way.Emogene: I was bored with Thomas anyway. He seemed so interesting at first, but after we got here he turned out to be just another brute.X1a
55200074E70{Puzzled} You mean you weren't a prisoner?Emogene: Well. Thomas certainly thinks so. But really I was just waiting to see if he would come to his senses.Y2a
553MS09Mission2MagnoliaAnswer0007635E{Pleading} Please tell me what you know.Magnolia: There was a preacher fellow who used to come in here all the time. One of the slick ones... always going on about remaking your life and so on.A1a
5540007635D{Stern} Time's wasting. Tell me where she is.Magnolia: There was a preacher fellow who used to come in here all the time. One of the slick ones... always going on about remaking your life and so on.B1a
5550007635C{Neutral} I just need to know where she is.Magnolia: There was a preacher fellow who used to come in here all the time. One of the slick ones... always going on about remaking your life and so on.X1a
5560007635B{Question} Do you know where she's gone?Magnolia: There was a preacher fellow who used to come in here all the time. One of the slick ones... always going on about remaking your life and so on.Y1a
557MS09Mission2MagnoliaScene000524C5Magnolia: Emogene? Sure, I know her. I haven't seen her in a while though. Are you a friend of hers?{Concerned} She's missing and her family's worried about her.Magnolia: I'm glad somebody's looking out for her. She seems like a body that could use looking after.A1a
558000524C4Magnolia: Emogene? Sure, I know her. I haven't seen her in a while though. Are you a friend of hers?{Neutral} That's not important. Just tell me where she is.Magnolia: She's not a friend of mine, honey. Just someone who stops in to the club from time to time. Now, if you'll excuse me...B1a
559000524C3Magnolia: Emogene? Sure, I know her. I haven't seen her in a while though. Are you a friend of hers?{Question} Do you know where I can find her?Magnolia: I guess that depends on why you're looking for her.Y1a
560000524C2Magnolia: Emogene? Sure, I know her. I haven't seen her in a while though. Are you a friend of hers?{Neutral} I just need to talk to her.Magnolia: Why are you looking for her, honey?X1a
561000524BDPlayer Default: She's missing and her family's worried about her.{Concerned} Her family's worried that something's happened to her.Magnolia: I'm glad somebody's looking out for her. She seems like a body that could use looking after.A1a
562000524BCPlayer Default: She's not a friend of mine, honey. Just someone who stops in to the club from time to time. Now, if you'll excuse me...{Irritated} It's none of your damn business.Magnolia: Well then, I guess I can't help you. Now, if you'll excuse me...B1a
563000524BBPlayer Default: Why are you looking for her, honey?{Neutral} Her family hired me to find out what happened to her.Magnolia: Well, I suppose it won't hurt to tell you.X1a
564000524BAPlayer Default: I guess that depends on why you're looking for her.{Question} I'm trying to help her. Do you know where she is or not?Magnolia: No need to get impatient with me. I just don't consider it polite to gossip to any stranger who wanders into the club.Y1a
565MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndEdward0100019BABNPCMEdwardDeegan: It's a damn shame things had to end like this.{Grateful} Thanks for backing me up. I never thought you'd turn on Jack like that.A1a
56600019BAANPCMEdwardDeegan: It's a damn shame things had to end like this.{Disgust} They deserved it, for what they'd done to Lorenzo.Edward: Maybe. Maybe I do, too. After all, I worked for Jack for all this time, and helped keep Lorenzo locked up in Parsons.B1a
56700019BA8NPCMEdwardDeegan: It's a damn shame things had to end like this.{Surprised} I never expected you to turn on Jack like that.X1a
56800019BA6NPCMEdwardDeegan: It's a damn shame things had to end like this.What are you going to do now?Edward: I don't know. It's been a long time since I've had to answer that for myself. Only thing I'm sure of is that I won't stay here.Y1a
56900019B7DEdward: I don't know if it was the right decision or not. But what's done is done.{Friendly} Well, good luck. It's been a pleasure working for you.Edward: Thanks. I'm not sure hiring you was my best decision ever, but here we are.A1a
57000019B76Edward: I don't know if it was the right decision or not. But what's done is done.{Disgust} Jack trusted you, and you paid him back with betrayal.Edward: He didn't respect me enough to trust me. He assumed I was loyal no matter what. He never really cared what I thought.B1a
57100019B72Edward: I don't know if it was the right decision or not. But what's done is done.{Neutral} You didn't owe Jack anything. You were an employee, nothing more.Edward: I don't know about that, but I'd given him plenty of loyalty over the years without getting much respect in return.X1a
572MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndJack0100106D42NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Sad} You're right. I should have listened to you back at Parsons.Jack: You did come back to help. I'll give you that much.A1a
57300106D41NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Irritated} Don't forget. I didn't have to come back here to help you.Jack: That's true. And things could have turned out much worse than they did.B1a
57400106D40NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Apologetic} At least nobody died.Jack: That's true. A small miracle, really... and I do realize you didn't have to come back to help us.X1a
575NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Apologetic} At least Emogene and Wilhelmina made it.Jack: That's true. A small miracle, really... and I do realize you didn't have to come back to help us.X2a
576NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Apologetic} At least Wilhelmina wasn't killed.Jack: That's true. A small miracle, really... and I do realize you didn't have to come back to help us.X3a
577NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Apologetic} At least Emogene wasn't killed.Jack: That's true. A small miracle, really... and I do realize you didn't have to come back to help us.X4a
578NPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Apologetic} I didn't know who was telling the truth back at Parsons.Jack: That's true. A small miracle, really... and I do realize you didn't have to come back to help us.X5a
57900106D3FNPCMJackCabot: Now do you see? I told you what would happen if Lorenzo got free.{Defiant} How could I have known he would be so dangerous?Jack: You could have listened to me! I made it very clear how important it was for you to follow my instructions!Y1a
580MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndJackFriendly00106D2DJack: But it doesn't matter now.{Apologetic} I'm sorry about Lorenzo.Jack: I'm surprised to hear you say that, but... thank you.A1a
58100106D2CJack: But it doesn't matter now.{Disgust} You're just sorry that you lost your source of immortality juice.Jack: I don't care what you think any more.B1a
58200106D2BJack: But it doesn't matter now.{Concerned} Looks like I'm out of a job.Jack: Yes. Without Parsons to maintain, I won't need as much staff.X1a
58300106D2AJack: But it doesn't matter now.{Question} What now?Jack: I need to bury my father, and then... I don't know. I won't be back to Parsons again.Y1a
584MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndJackHostile00106D1F{Apologetic} I'm sorry about Emogene and Wilhelmina. I never meant for anyone to get hurt.Jack: Thank you for that. I blame myself most of all, for not finding a way to cure Lorenzo before it came to... this.A2a
585{Apologetic} I'm sorry about Emogene. I never meant for anyone to get hurt.Jack: Thank you for that. I blame myself most of all, for not finding a way to cure Lorenzo before it came to... this.A3a
586{Apologetic} I'm sorry about Wilhelmina. I never meant for anyone to get hurt.Jack: Thank you for that. I blame myself most of all, for not finding a way to cure Lorenzo before it came to... this.A4a
58700106D1E{Defiant} You still owe me for the Parsons job. Plus my help here.Jack: Mercenary to the end. But never let it be said that a Cabot didn't pay his debts. Here.B1a
58800106D1D{Defiant} I wasn't the cause of any of this.Jack: You're right. I'm really just angry at myself for not finding a way to prevent all of... this.X1a
58900106D1C{Question} What now?Jack: I need to bury my family, and then... I don't know.Y1a
590MS09Mission3CabotHouseEndLorenzo0100107B03Lorenzo: This new world seems to be one of limitless possibilities for people of our talents and inclinations.I can see that we're going to get along just fine.Lorenzo: Oh, I knew that from the first moment I saw you in that cell. I knew you would understand why freeing me was the right thing to do.A1a
59100107B02Lorenzo: This new world seems to be one of limitless possibilities for people of our talents and inclinations.Don't compare yourself to me. We're nothing alike.Lorenzo: If you say so.B1a
59200107B01Lorenzo: This new world seems to be one of limitless possibilities for people of our talents and inclinations.If you like dirt, radiation, and random violence, you're in for a treat.Lorenzo: You're looking at things the wrong way, my friend.X1a
59300107B00Lorenzo: This new world seems to be one of limitless possibilities for people of our talents and inclinations.What are you talking about? The world's been destroyed.Lorenzo: You're looking at things the wrong way, my friend.Y1a
59400106D3ANPCMLorenzoCabot: Well. That's done. Thank you for your assistance.They had it coming.Lorenzo: I can see you understand the deep satisfaction of revenge long-delayed.A1a
59500106D39NPCMLorenzoCabot: Well. That's done. Thank you for your assistance.You really are insane, aren't you?Lorenzo: Perhaps by the old definitions. But things have changed while I've been locked away. The old rules no longer apply.B1a
59600106D38NPCMLorenzoCabot: Well. That's done. Thank you for your assistance.I didn't do this for nothing.Lorenzo: Don't worry. You will find I always keep my promises.X1a
59700106D37NPCMLorenzoCabot: Well. That's done. Thank you for your assistance.What are you going to do now?Lorenzo: Well. It seems that things have changed while I've been away. I have so much to learn.Y1a
598MS09Mission3EndingHelpCabots01000789D0Jack: Convince me that I should still trust you.{Confident} Now I understand why you locked him up. He's insane, and has to be stopped.Jack: Well. For Edward's sake... okay.A1a
599000789CFJack: Convince me that I should still trust you.Never mind. I'll just show myself out.Jack: Not so fast. We're not done here.B1a
600000789CEJack: Convince me that I should still trust you.{Sarcastic} If I wanted to kill you, you'd be dead already.Jack: I can see why you like him, Edward. He has such a way with words.X1a
601000789CDJack: Convince me that I should still trust you.{Question} Don't you want my help?Jack: The problem is, I don't know whose side you're on. Based on what you did back at Parsons, I have to assume Lorenzo's.Y1a
602MS09Mission3EndingHelpLorenzo010007B3C7Edward: You're saying you think Jack's been lying about Lorenzo all this time?{Confident} Yes. Lorenzo doesn't seem crazy to me. Although he's understandably pretty pissed off.Edward: Well goddamn. I guess you have some explaining to do, Jack.A1a
6030007B3C6Edward: You're saying you think Jack's been lying about Lorenzo all this time?{Neutral} No. Lorenzo really is a homocidal maniac. But I doubt Jack was trying very hard to "cure" him.Edward: That's what I always figured.B1a
6040007B3C5Edward: You're saying you think Jack's been lying about Lorenzo all this time?{Neutral} I don't know. He seems pretty crazy now, but who wouldn't be after being locked up for 400 years?Edward: Well, Jack, anything you want to clear up before Lorenzo gets here?X1a
6050007B3C4Edward: You're saying you think Jack's been lying about Lorenzo all this time?{Question} You've been working for Jack for a lot longer than I have - what do you think?Edward: I already know what I think. I want to hear what you think.Y1a
606MS09Mission3EndingLorenzoDead001A8C2B{Sad} I'm sorry, Jack, but... Lorenzo is dead.A1a
607001A8C2A{Disgust} I took care of your problem for you. Lorenzo's dead.B1a
608001A8C29It's over. Lorenzo's dead.X1a
609001A8C28{Apologetic} That doesn't matter now. Lorenzo's dead.Y1a
610MS09Mission3EndingScene01000789E2Jack: Have you lost your mind? Why did you release Lorenzo?{Apologetic} I'm sorry I let him go. That was a mistake.Jack: It's a little late for that epiphany. I'm sure Lorenzo's on his way to kill us all right now.A1a
611000789E1Jack: Have you lost your mind? Why did you release Lorenzo?{Defiant} You were just keeping him prisoner to keep yourselves alive.Jack: That's a lie. I've worked for centuries to find a way to cure him. But he doesn't want to be cured. He likes what he's become.B1a
612000789E0Jack: Have you lost your mind? Why did you release Lorenzo?{Neutral} I wasn't sure who was telling the truth, you or him.Jack: And now he's coming here to kill all of us! Are you satisfied?X1a
613000789DFJack: Have you lost your mind? Why did you release Lorenzo?{Somber} Lorenzo's dead. You don't have to worry about him any more.Jack: No, of course not! Or we'd all be dead already.Y1a
614Jack: Have you lost your mind? Why did you release Lorenzo?{Question} Is Lorenzo here yet?Jack: No, of course not! Or we'd all be dead already.Y2a
615MS09Mission3IntroEmogeneReward000C9414Wilhelmina: Thank god. At least one small comfort on this terrible day.{Friendly} Yes, I found her. She's fine.A1a
616000C9413Wilhelmina: Thank god. At least one small comfort on this terrible day.{Sarcastic} I found her. She's fine, by the way.B1a
617000C9412Wilhelmina: Thank god. At least one small comfort on this terrible day.{Sarcastic} Yeah, I found her. Hard to believe she didn't want to come home to her loving family.X1a
618000C9411Wilhelmina: Thank god. At least one small comfort on this terrible day.{Question} I found her, as requested. Now what about my pay?Y1a
619MS09Mission3IntroEnd00075444Jack: When we get to Parsons, you need to do exactly what I tell you. Nothing more, nothing less. Is that clear?Got it.Jack: Good.A1a
62000075443Jack: When we get to Parsons, you need to do exactly what I tell you. Nothing more, nothing less. Is that clear?I'm not that great at taking orders.Jack: Then it's time to learn, or neither one of us is likely to leave Parsons alive.B1a
62100075442Jack: When we get to Parsons, you need to do exactly what I tell you. Nothing more, nothing less. Is that clear?Okay.Jack: Good.X1a
62200075441Jack: When we get to Parsons, you need to do exactly what I tell you. Nothing more, nothing less. Is that clear?Why is that so important?Jack: I don't have time to answer all your questions. You'll just have to trust that I understand the situation a lot better than you do.Y1a
623MS09Mission3IntroExplain00075449{Friendly} I assume you'll explain what you're talking about at some point.Jack: Ah. Yes, of course. I'll explain on the way.A1a
62400075448{Irritated} I don't know why I had to find out what the serum was for from Emogene.Jack: I'm sorry if you feel that I've been keeping you in the dark.B1a
625{Irritated} I'm getting used to not knowing what's going on.Jack: I'm sorry if you feel that I've been keeping you in the dark.B2a
62600075447{Neutral} I found Emogene. She's fine.Jack: Right, right. It's probably not important anyway.X1a
627{Neutral} Whatever. Let's get going.Jack: Right, right. It's probably not important anyway.X2a
62800075446{Question} So this serum does more than halt aging?Jack: What? Ah. Emogene went too long without a treatment.Y1a
629{Question} What exactly does this serum do?Jack: What? Ah. Emogene went too long without a treatment.Y2a
630MS09Mission3IntroJack000A7D16{Concerned} What's going on?Jack: That was Edward. He's at Parsons - the old asylum. They're under attack by raiders.A
631000546AEJack: It's strange. The guards have held off raiders before without any trouble. I don't know what's gone wrong this time.{Confident} Let's go.Jack: Good. I'll explain on the way.A1a
632000546ADJack: It's strange. The guards have held off raiders before without any trouble. I don't know what's gone wrong this time.{Thinking} Probably the same raiders that stole the serum.Jack: Hmm, could be. If some of them had used the undiluted serum... it could explain their unusual success against Edward's men.B1a
633000546ABJack: It's strange. The guards have held off raiders before without any trouble. I don't know what's gone wrong this time.{Question} What happened?Jack: The guards at Parsons called in that they were under attack. Edward went to help.Y1a
634MS09Mission3IntroPlayerPrewar000F0E15That's right. I was in cryosleep until recently.Jack: Interesting. We'll have to talk more about that later. But, time presses.A1a
635000F0E14I don't know what you're talking about.Jack: Suit yourself. It doesn't matter right now.B1a
636000F0E13I don't see what that has to do with anything.Jack: You're right. I was just curious.X1a
637000F0E12What makes you think that?Jack: Hmm. Patterns of speech. General demeanor. Physical health.Y1a
638MS09Mission3IntroQuestion1000F0E1DI assume this serum has something to do with Lorenzo and that alien artifact he found.Jack: Yes. As you probably guessed, my father is the source of the serum.A1a
639I think it's time you told me what's really going on at Parsons.Jack: Yes. As you probably guessed, my father is the source of the serum.A2a
640000F0E1CI've heard enough of your crazy bullshit.Jack: Then just do what you're being paid to do.B1a
641000F0E1BIf you're 400 years old, then you were born before the Great War.Jack: Yes. I think you were, too. I'd say... mid 21st century?X1a
642000F0E1AWhere do you get this serum from?Jack: As you probably guessed, my father is the source of the serum.Y1a
643MS09Mission3IntroQuestion20007543BJack: Not to mention that the artifact has made him paranoid, homicidally violent, and endowed with extraordinary abilities.We'd better get to Parsons right away then.Jack: Exactly right.A1a
6440007543AJack: Not to mention that the artifact has made him paranoid, homicidally violent, and endowed with extraordinary abilities.Being locked up for 200 years by your own son might make anyone a bit grumpy.Jack: I'm getting tired of your constant gibes. Just do what you're being paid to do.B1a
64500075439Jack: Not to mention that the artifact has made him paranoid, homicidally violent, and endowed with extraordinary abilities.Then I guess we'd better make sure he doesn't get loose.Jack: Exactly right.X1a
64600075438Jack: Not to mention that the artifact has made him paranoid, homicidally violent, and endowed with extraordinary abilities.Exactly what abilities does he have?Jack: Enhanced strength. Unusual resistance to most kinds of physical damage.Y1a
647MS09Mission3JackEnd01000F4940NPCMJackCabot: We didn't have any other choice, did we?{Somber} It was the only option left.Jack: I hope you're right. I think this time I really was close to finding a way to cure him...A1a
648000F493FNPCMJackCabot: We didn't have any other choice, did we?{Stern} There must have been another way.Jack: I wish that were true. But I don't think so.B1a
649000F493ENPCMJackCabot: We didn't have any other choice, did we?You're going to have to decide that for yourself.Jack: I know. He would have killed both of us, of course. And then the rest of my family. And that would only have been the beginning.X1a
650000F493DNPCMJackCabot: We didn't have any other choice, did we?{Question} What would he have done if he'd gotten free?Jack: Oh, he would have killed both of us. And then the rest of my family. And that would only have been the beginning.Y1a
651000F4936Jack: No. I've answered my own question. We truly had no choice.{Apologetic} I'm sorry about Lorenzo.Jack: I'm surprised to hear you say that, but... thank you.A1a
652000F4935Jack: No. I've answered my own question. We truly had no choice.{Disgust} You're just sorry that you lost your source of immortality juice.Jack: I don't care what you think any more.B1a
653000F4934Jack: No. I've answered my own question. We truly had no choice.{Concerned} Looks like I'm out of a job.Jack: Yes. Without Parsons to maintain, I don't see a need for your services.X1a
654000F4933Jack: No. I've answered my own question. We truly had no choice.{Question} What now?Jack: I need to bury my father, and shut down this place. I won't be back here again.Y1a
655000F492DJack: I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.{Grateful} Great, thanks.Jack: Well, goodbye. I'd like to mourn my father in peace.A1a
656000F492CJack: I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.{Stern} I think I deserve more than that, after saving you and your whole family.B1a
657Jack: I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.{Stern} I think I deserve more than that, after saving you and your whole family.B2a
658000F492BJack: I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.{Confident} Saving your family has got to be worth more than that.X1a
659Jack: I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.{Confident} Saving your family has got to be worth more than that.X2a
660000F492AJack: I think this is fair compensation. I won't be needing your services after this.{Surprised} You don't need me any more?Jack: No, without Parsons to run, I don't think I'll need such an extensive staff.Y1a
661MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardScene0100076447Got it. Let's go.A1a
66200076446{Defiant} I'm not going any further until you tell me what's going on.Jack: I suppose it's time you knew.B1a
66300076445Let's get on with it.X1a
66400076444{Suspicious} What exactly is going on here?Jack: I suppose it's time you knew.Y1a
665MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneQuestion100076A80{Friendly} Sounds like you did the right thing.Jack: I didn't see any alternative. I've devoted all my efforts since then to try to figure out how to remove the artifact.A1a
66600076A7F{Concerned} Locking up your own father... I don't know about that.Jack: I didn't see any alternative. I've devoted all my efforts since then to try to figure out how to remove the artifact.B1a
66700076A7E{Sarcastic} He must have been really crazy to stand out in your family.Jack: If you think I'm "crazy", you haven't actually met someone like my father.X1a
66800076A7D{Disbelief} Are you saying your father has been locked up here since it was built?Jack: That's right. Almost... 400 years now.Y1a
669MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneQuestion2000781E8{Impressed} You don't look a day over 200.Jack: I'm glad you find this situation so amusing.A1a
670000781E7{Disbelief} I don't believe you.Jack: That's why I usually don't bother trying to explain my family's unusual situation.B1a
671000781E6{Disbelief} That's pretty hard to believe.Jack: That's why I usually don't bother trying to explain my family's unusual situation.X1a
672000781E5{Impressed} How have you managed to live so long?Y1a
673MS09Mission3ParsonsEdwardSceneQuestion3000781DF{Question} Would you be willing to share some of that immortality juice with me?Jack: Maybe. But remember, if Lorenzo gets free, the source of the serum will be gone.A1a
674000781DE{Stern} So you've been keeping your father imprisoned here so you could stay young forever?Jack: Not at all!B1a
675000781DD{Sarcastic} I guess it's lucky for you that you never found a way to cure Lorenzo.Jack: I wouldn't call it lucky. He is my father, after all. I've spent years searching for some way to remove the artifact without killing him.X1a
676000781DC{Puzzled} Why can't you remove the artifact?Jack: When Lorenzo put it on, it somehow fused itself with his nervous system. All my early attempts to remove it nearly killed him.Y1a
677MS09ParsonsBossRoomFreeLorenzoChoice000781D7Lorenzo: It seems Jack doesn't want to talk to his father. We'll have to kill him, you know. And all the rest of them.{Friendly} Sounds good to me.Lorenzo: Then let us adjourn to Cabot House. I'm sure that's where they'll hole up. I'll meet you there. Just... don't start without me.A1a
678000781D6Lorenzo: It seems Jack doesn't want to talk to his father. We'll have to kill him, you know. And all the rest of them.{Worried} I never agreed to kill anybody.Lorenzo: Why else would you have let me free myself? There is only one way forward now.B1a
679000781D5Lorenzo: It seems Jack doesn't want to talk to his father. We'll have to kill him, you know. And all the rest of them.{Suspicious} Say I do help you kill Jack and the rest of your family. What's in it for me?Lorenzo: What Jack stole from me, I will give to you freely - the gift of immortality!X1a
680000781D4Lorenzo: It seems Jack doesn't want to talk to his father. We'll have to kill him, you know. And all the rest of them.{Question} How long have you been locked up in here?Lorenzo: My loving son trapped me here in the year of our lord 1898... so almost 400 years.Y1a
681Lorenzo: It seems Jack doesn't want to talk to his father. We'll have to kill him, you know. And all the rest of them.{Question} Is it true that you don't age?Lorenzo: My loving son trapped me here in the year of our lord 1898... so almost 400 years.Y2a
682MS09ParsonsCaptainQuestionsScene000BDCFFNPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: What do you want now?{Question} What is this place?ParsonsGuardCaptain: If Edward wanted you to know, he'd have told you.A1a
683000BDCFENPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: What do you want now?{Neutral} Nothing else.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Okay.B1a
684000BDCFDNPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: What do you want now?{Question} So who took the package? Raiders?ParsonsGuardCaptain: Sure. Assholes with guns. Although it's weird that they're still hanging around so close.X1a
685000BDCFCNPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: What do you want now?{Question} What is this "package", anyway?ParsonsGuardCaptain: It's a metal case holding vials of serum.Y1a
686MS09ParsonsCaptainScene100072ED5ParsonsGuardCaptain: The guys that shot Ben are holed up in the Parsons Creamery, just north of here.{Friendly} Thanks for your help.Companion: They could have just said that in the first place.A1a
68700072ED4ParsonsGuardCaptain: The guys that shot Ben are holed up in the Parsons Creamery, just north of here.{Irritated} So you've just been waiting for me to show up to do something about those assholes?Companion: A bunch of lazy blokes... that's what you are.B1a
68800072ED3ParsonsGuardCaptain: The guys that shot Ben are holed up in the Parsons Creamery, just north of here.{Neutral} That's all I needed to know.Companion: Come on, let's go.X1a
68900072ED2ParsonsGuardCaptain: The guys that shot Ben are holed up in the Parsons Creamery, just north of here.{Question} Who are these guys? Raiders?ParsonsGuardCaptain: Sure. Assholes with guns. Although it's weird that they're still hanging around so close.Y1a
6900004D4C4NPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: This place is off limits. You'd best move along.{Friendly} Edward Deegan sent me. I'm looking for a missing package.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Oh, you're the new guy.A1a
6910004D4C3NPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: This place is off limits. You'd best move along.{Stern} I need to know what happened to the missing package. Now.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Oh, you must be Edward's new Mrs. Fixit. He sure knows how to pick 'em.B1a
6920004D4C2NPCFParsonsGuardCaptain: This place is off limits. You'd best move along.{Neutral} Edward said you might know where to start looking for the package that went missing.ParsonsGuardCaptain: Oh, you're the new guy.X1a
693MS09ParsonsCaptainScene1A00072EC4{Apologetic} Sorry, I shouldn't have said that.Companion: Oh come on... don't apologize to her.A1a
69400072EC3{Irritated} Lucky for you I'm not afraid of a few raiders.Companion: Or anythin' for that matter.B1a
69500072EC2{Sarcastic} That's true. Edward wouldn't have hired me if he thought you could have done the job.Companion: Oh, I like it when you get cheeky, love.X1a
69600072EC1{Question} Do you get a lot of attacks like this?Y1a
697-0007635FDo you know Emogene Cabot?
698Do you know where I can find Emogene Cabot?
699Do you know Emogene Cabot?
70000049591Hey, Jack.
701Got a minute?
702Hey, I've got a question for you.
703You must be Emogene.
704Emogene...
705Hi, Emogene.
706{Concerned} You okay?
707Hey Edward.
708Edward, got a minute?
709Edward...
710Hello, Wilhelmina.
711Hi, Mrs. Cabot.
712Hey, Lorenzo.
713Lorenzo.

MS09IntroEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
714MS09IntroAttackParsonsScene000E75BDEdward: A place that happens to be owned by my boss.{Neutral} Yeah, I remember that place.Edward: That's nice. You did a lot of damage.A1a
715000E75BCEdward: A place that happens to be owned by my boss.{Defiant} If you're looking for trouble, feel free to try me.Edward: Settle down. I'm not here for revenge or anything like that. Just the opposite, actually.B1a
716000E75BBEdward: A place that happens to be owned by my boss.{Sarcastic} I shoot up a lot of places. I can't remember them all.Edward: The guards sure remember you. The ones that are still breathing.X1a
717000E75BAEdward: A place that happens to be owned by my boss.{Question} What do you want from me, exactly?Y1a
718MS09IntroScene000732E0NPCMEdwardDeegan: You there. We need to have a conversation.You've got my attention.Edward: And you got my attention by poking your nose into my business. Specifically by shooting up a place called Parsons State Insane Asylum.A1a
719000732DFNPCMEdwardDeegan: You there. We need to have a conversation.Leave me alone.Edward: Too late for that. You may remember shooting up a place called Parsons State Insane Asylum.B1a
720000732DENPCMEdwardDeegan: You there. We need to have a conversation.Let's hear it.Edward: You may remember shooting up a place called Parsons State Insane Asylum.X1a
721000732DDNPCMEdwardDeegan: You there. We need to have a conversation.{Question} Do I know you?Edward: No. But you got my attention by poking your nose into my business. Specifically by shooting up a place called Parsons State Insane Asylum.Y1a
722000732D4Player Default: From what I hear, you may fit the bill.{Confident} I live for danger. Where do I sign up?Edward: I like your enthusiasm.A1a
723000732D3Player Default: Leave me alone.Danger? No thanks.Edward: You know your own business. If you change your mind, look me up at Cabot House, Beacon Hill. Ask for Edward Deegan.B1a
724000732D2Player Default: From what I hear, you may fit the bill.I don't mind danger so long as I get paid well enough.Edward: You will be well-paid, I can promise you that.X1a
725000732D1Player Default: I'm always looking for people who know how to handle themselves in dangerous situations.{Question} What's the job?Edward: I don't know yet. Whatever needs to be done once my boss has had a look at you.Y1a
726MS09IntroSceneA000732CCEdward: You sure? I was going to offer you a job. Pays pretty well, too.That does sound interesting.Edward: I'm always looking for people who know how to handle themselves in dangerous situations.A1a
727000732CBEdward: You sure? I was going to offer you a job. Pays pretty well, too.I'm sure. Not interested.Edward: You know your own business. If you change your mind, look me up at Cabot House, Beacon Hill. Ask for Edward Deegan.B1a
728000732CAEdward: You sure? I was going to offer you a job. Pays pretty well, too.I might be interested in that.Edward: I'm always looking for people who know how to handle themselves in dangerous situations.X1a
729000732C9Edward: You sure? I was going to offer you a job. Pays pretty well, too.{Question} What's the job?Edward: I'm always looking for people who know how to handle themselves in dangerous situations.Y1a

MS09MiscJackRewardEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
730MS09MiscJackRewardScene000F491FJackCabot: But you still have a rather powerful directed force. Here, see what you think.You made a neat gun. Thanks.JackCabot: I hope you find some use for it.A1a
731000F491EJackCabot: But you still have a rather powerful directed force. Here, see what you think.I'd prefer something that kills people.JackCabot: Well, maybe you'll still find some use for it. I don't want it. It just reminds me of my father.B1a
732000F491DJackCabot: But you still have a rather powerful directed force. Here, see what you think.I hope it works.JackCabot: Well, I've tested it in the lab. But there's nothing like some good field testing to really shake out the kinks.X1a
733000F491CJackCabot: But you still have a rather powerful directed force. Here, see what you think.How does it work?JackCabot: It uses standard energy cells for power - the artifact's internal power supply was destroyed.Y1a

MS10bEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
734MS10RexFinale0016DA6BNPCMRexGoodman: Many thanks for that timely rescue.{Grateful} You're welcome.RexGoodman: As gracious as you are brave.A1a
7350016DA6ANPCMRexGoodman: Many thanks for that timely rescue.{eye roll / Sarcastic} I just love rescuing idiots.RexGoodman: I suppose that barb was justified. I did act foolishly.B1a
7360016DA69NPCMRexGoodman: Many thanks for that timely rescue.{SinisterSmile} I think I've earned a reward.RexGoodman: Ah, yes, the mercenary. A classic character. Under appreciated in most productions.X1a
7370016DA68NPCMRexGoodman: Many thanks for that timely rescue.{Question} What were you doing up there?RexGoodman: I was attempting to teach those super mutants human culture. Trying to civilize them.Y1a
738MS10RexInCage00146CAB{shocked, emphasis on "there" / Surprised} What the hell are you doing in there?RexGoodman: Oh, beneficent bard! A rescuer.A
73900146CA6Strong: They know a human is attacking the tower.{Concerned} I'll unlock the cage.RexGoodman: Hurry. Strong says more super mutants are on their way.A1a
74000146CA5Strong: They know a human is attacking the tower.{Afraid} No way! There is a super mutant in there with you.RexGoodman: He's on our side. He's a prisoner too.B1a
74100146CA4Strong: They know a human is attacking the tower.{Suspicious} A super mutant? This must be a trick.RexGoodman: It's not a trick. He's a prisoner too.X1a
74200146CA3Strong: They know a human is attacking the tower.{Surprised} The super mutant too?RexGoodman: Yes, him too. He's harmless.Y1a
74300146C9ERexGoodman: See?{Concerned} Okay, I'll let the two of you out.RexGoodman: Hurry.A1a
74400146C9DRexGoodman: See?{skeptical / Concerned} I'm not taking the word of a super mutant.RexGoodman: Then it's the stew pot for me. Farewell cruel world.B1a
74500146C9CRexGoodman: See?{sarcastic / Sarcastic} Sure. Trust him. What could go possibly wrong?RexGoodman: Strong here has a new purpose in life.X1a
74600146C9BRexGoodman: See?{Question} Why is the super mutant caged?RexGoodman: He defied his leader by standing up for me.Y1a
74700146C8CRexGoodman: I've promised Strong to help him find the milk of human kindness if we get out of here.{Concerned} I'll let you out.RexGoodman: Hurry.A1a
74800146C8BRexGoodman: I've promised Strong to help him find the milk of human kindness if we get out of here.{Irritated} You fool. This is all a trick.RexGoodman: It might be. But's it's my only hope.B1a
74900146C8ARexGoodman: I've promised Strong to help him find the milk of human kindness if we get out of here.{Disbelief} Unbelievable. Let me think about it.RexGoodman: Just let us out.X1a
75000146C89RexGoodman: I've promised Strong to help him find the milk of human kindness if we get out of here.{Question} What are the super mutants going to do with Strong.RexGoodman: Throw him off the building. They're taking bets on how many times he'll bounce.Y1a
751-00146C87{Like you are getting his attention.} Rex.
752{Like you are getting his attention.} Hey Strong.

MS11Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
753MS11_0050_LookoutGreeting0009E5B0Lookout: Ahoy there. 'Tis Providence a member of the Congressional Army is delivered to us in our hour of need.Depending on what you need, I may be able to help.Lookout: The fair wind holds true, then.A1a
7540009E5AFLookout: Ahoy there. 'Tis Providence a member of the Congressional Army is delivered to us in our hour of need.{Irritated} What? Why are you talking like that?Lookout: Like what, sir?B1a
7550009E5AELookout: Ahoy there. 'Tis Providence a member of the Congressional Army is delivered to us in our hour of need.Whatever you say, pal.X1a
7560009E5ADLookout: Ahoy there. 'Tis Providence a member of the Congressional Army is delivered to us in our hour of need.{Question} I was in the Army. But what's the Congressional Army?Lookout: Standing orders, sir. Proclamation 3: "All members of the US Army are hereby members of the Congressional Army."Y1a
757MS11_0050a_LookoutFemaleIntro0009E5A5Lookout: Ahoy there, citizen. You are hereby conscripted into the Congressional Army.So now I'm in the army? All right.Lookout: Your cooperation is greatly appreciated, madame.A1a
7580009E5A4Lookout: Ahoy there, citizen. You are hereby conscripted into the Congressional Army.{Irritated} There's no way I'm joining your army.Lookout: Under the terms of Proclamation 22, your consent is not required. We are in a state of emergency.B1a
7590009E5A3Lookout: Ahoy there, citizen. You are hereby conscripted into the Congressional Army.{Sarcastic} Well, that's new.Lookout: Pardon, madame? Regardless.X1a
7600009E5A2Lookout: Ahoy there, citizen. You are hereby conscripted into the Congressional Army.{Question} You're doing what? You don't have the authority to do that.Lookout: We are in desperate times, madame. Proclomation 22 allows all crew members to conscript citizens for the war effort.Y1a
761MS11_0080_Constitution_Scene_3000A15CAFirstMate: Requesting permission to use lethal force.{Concerned} Whoa, whoa. Easy there.Companion: Let's be civilized about this. No need for blood.A1a
762000A15C9FirstMate: Requesting permission to use lethal force.{Irritated} Try that and you'll be nothing but scrap metal, pal.Companion: I've got no problem shootin' robots.B1a
763000A15C8FirstMate: Requesting permission to use lethal force.This must be a misunderstanding. You invited me aboard.Companion: Why we accepted that invitation is entirely another matter.X1a
764000A15C7FirstMate: Requesting permission to use lethal force.{Question} What, you're going to kill me?Companion: We're the only ones that'll be doin' the killin' around here.Y1a
765MS11_0100_Meet_Ironsides000A15C0Ironsides: Our soldier has arrived. I trust the First Mate didn't give you too hard a time? Been too long since we've seen the Congressional Army.{Friendly} Thanks for calling him off me.Ironsides: The scan shows you have the proper number of appendages still, so all is well.A1a
766Ironsides: Our soldier has arrived. I trust the First Mate didn't give you too hard a time? Been too long since we've seen the Congressional Army.{Cautiously friendly} Quite a ship you have here.Ironsides: The scan shows you have the proper number of appendages still, so all is well.A2a
767000A15BFIronsides: Our soldier has arrived. I trust the First Mate didn't give you too hard a time? Been too long since we've seen the Congressional Army.{Irritated} Are you broken? Why the hell are you talking like that?B1a
768000A15BEIronsides: Our soldier has arrived. I trust the First Mate didn't give you too hard a time? Been too long since we've seen the Congressional Army.I'm fine.X1a
769Ironsides: Our soldier has arrived. I trust the First Mate didn't give you too hard a time? Been too long since we've seen the Congressional Army.{Bewildered} Just when I thought things couldn't get any stranger.X2a
770000A15BDIronsides: Our soldier has arrived. I trust the First Mate didn't give you too hard a time? Been too long since we've seen the Congressional Army.{Question} First Mate? Congressional Army? Why are you talking like that?Y1a
771000570D5Ironsides: You visit this fine vessel in trying times. Becalmed these long years on her airy perch. Damn you Weatherby Savings and Loan! I spit at you!{Placating, maybe a touch humoring an insane person in a well-meaning way / Friendly} A sad state of affairs for such an historic ship.Companion: Frankly, I can't believe this hunk of wood is still in one piece.A1a
772000570D4Ironsides: You visit this fine vessel in trying times. Becalmed these long years on her airy perch. Damn you Weatherby Savings and Loan! I spit at you!{Practical, a little annoyed} You should just abandon the ship.Companion: I agree. I'd take what I can, and then burn the rest.B1a
773000570D3Ironsides: You visit this fine vessel in trying times. Becalmed these long years on her airy perch. Damn you Weatherby Savings and Loan! I spit at you!{Thoughtful} That's quite a predicament.Companion: Well, at least you've given us something to laugh at for a while.X1a
774000570D2Ironsides: You visit this fine vessel in trying times. Becalmed these long years on her airy perch. Damn you Weatherby Savings and Loan! I spit at you!{Very perplexed / Question} How did it even get up here?Companion: Now this I have to hear.Y1a
7750004B3D6Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Respectful, Military} Just tell me what you need.Ironsides: Good man.A1a
7760004B3D5Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Affronted / Irritated} Fix the ship yourself. I don't take orders from you.Ironsides: I insist you do, sir. It's a court martialing offense to disobey the orders of a superior officer.B1a
7770004B3D4Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Business-like, convincing} If I help you, I expect part of the payment up front.Ironsides: Hmm. New soldiers typically receive an enlistment bonus. I will authorize this. Consult with the ship's purser.X1a
778Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Trying to be persuasive} This mission is going to be dangerous, right? Any additional compensation for risking life and limb?Ironsides: Hmm. New soldiers typically receive an enlistment bonus. I will authorize this. Consult with the ship's purser.X2a
779Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Businesslike, persuasive} Can't you do better than that? To be blunt, without me, your ship really doesn't have a chance.Ironsides: Hmm. New soldiers typically receive an enlistment bonus. I will authorize this. Consult with the ship's purser.X3a
7800004B3D3Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Question} What war effort?Ironsides: Against Communist China, of course. But if any Red Coats or Canadians sail nearby, I will give them a good thrashing, to be sure.Y1a
781Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Question} What are you repairing?Ironsides: Against Communist China, of course. But if any Red Coats or Canadians sail nearby, I will give them a good thrashing, to be sure.Y2a
782Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Question} Does it have anything to do with the rockets attached to the ship?Ironsides: Against Communist China, of course. But if any Red Coats or Canadians sail nearby, I will give them a good thrashing, to be sure.Y3a
783Ironsides: Enough pleasantries. The Constitution has systems that need repairs to carry out its mission.{Conspiratorial} We both fight for the same flag. You can trust me with details about your mission.Ironsides: Against Communist China, of course. But if any Red Coats or Canadians sail nearby, I will give them a good thrashing, to be sure.Y4a
784MS11_0100a_IronsidesAnswers000A15B3Ironsides: This is the pride of our navy. The USS Constitution. As her commander, it is my privilege to enforce a certain measure of decorum amongst my crew.Your lookout told me to come up here. Why?A1a
785Ironsides: This is the pride of our navy. The USS Constitution. As her commander, it is my privilege to enforce a certain measure of decorum amongst my crew.So what do you want with me?A2a
786000A15B2Ironsides: This is the pride of our navy. The USS Constitution. As her commander, it is my privilege to enforce a certain measure of decorum amongst my crew.{Question} Are you crazy? Do even know what year it is?Ironsides: Do not mistake my genteel manner for derangement, sir. I am fully aware that it is the Year of Our Lord 2287.B1a
787000A15B1Ironsides: This is the pride of our navy. The USS Constitution. As her commander, it is my privilege to enforce a certain measure of decorum amongst my crew.You didn't explain why you're talking like that.Ironsides: Look around you. In these times of great unrest, is it not prudent to adopt the manner of a more civilized time?X1a
788000A15B0Ironsides: This is the pride of our navy. The USS Constitution. As her commander, it is my privilege to enforce a certain measure of decorum amongst my crew.{Irritated} Why are you even here? On this ship? It's ancient.Ironsides: This vessel has more than once been the seat of our great nation's naval power. Is it not fitting she don this mantle again?Y1a
789Ironsides: This is the pride of our navy. The USS Constitution. As her commander, it is my privilege to enforce a certain measure of decorum amongst my crew.{Question} And you're in charge here? What?Ironsides: This vessel has more than once been the seat of our great nation's naval power. Is it not fitting she don this mantle again?Y2a
790MS11_0300_NavigatorFirstQuest000A7321MrNavigator: Scavenger threat eliminated. Damage assessment will commence after this unit has completed scheduled duties.{Friendly} You robots do a good job of defending your ship.MrNavigator: Proclamation 1.A1a
791000A7320MrNavigator: Scavenger threat eliminated. Damage assessment will commence after this unit has completed scheduled duties.I didn't know helping you guys would turn me into a target.MrNavigator: Warning redundant. Entire Commonwealth region is classified as "Extremely Dangerous."B1a
792000A731FMrNavigator: Scavenger threat eliminated. Damage assessment will commence after this unit has completed scheduled duties.Glad that's over.X1a
793000A731EMrNavigator: Scavenger threat eliminated. Damage assessment will commence after this unit has completed scheduled duties.{Question} Why did the scavengers attack?MrNavigator: Scavengers have attacked ship 17 times. Destroyed 13% of ship's systems. Stole 5% of ship's store.Y1a
794MrNavigator: Scavenger threat eliminated. Damage assessment will commence after this unit has completed scheduled duties.{Question} If they've attacked you, 17 times, why don't you fight back?MrNavigator: Scavengers have attacked ship 17 times. Destroyed 13% of ship's systems. Stole 5% of ship's store.Y2a
795000A28F4MrNavigator: Guidance system offline. Multiple errors diagnosed. First error: Guidance Chip stolen. This unit requires its return.{Friendly} I can help. Where is it?MrNavigator: Stolen by human scavengers.A1a
796000A28F3MrNavigator: Guidance system offline. Multiple errors diagnosed. First error: Guidance Chip stolen. This unit requires its return.If I help you, I want something in return.MrNavigator: Your request can be accommodated. Chip is possessed by human scavengers.B1a
797000A28F2MrNavigator: Guidance system offline. Multiple errors diagnosed. First error: Guidance Chip stolen. This unit requires its return.I just need to know where the chip is.MrNavigator: Chip is with the thieves: human scavengers.X1a
798000A28F1MrNavigator: Guidance system offline. Multiple errors diagnosed. First error: Guidance Chip stolen. This unit requires its return.{Question} Who stole your guidance chip?MrNavigator: Guidance Chip is one entry on the list of stolen items.Y1a
799MS11_0350_Meet_Mandy00096D68Mandy: How did you get aboard, anyway? We thought you were gonna get cratered for sure.He knew I was an American so he drafted me.Mandy: America? Isn't that some old world mumbo-jumbo? Whatever. So you got to see the inside, huh?A1a
800Mandy: How did you get aboard, anyway? We thought you were gonna get cratered for sure.He knew I was an army veteran, so he let me on the ship.Mandy: America? Isn't that some old world mumbo-jumbo? Whatever. So you got to see the inside, huh?A2a
80100096D67Mandy: How did you get aboard, anyway? We thought you were gonna get cratered for sure.{Firm} How I got aboard is my business, not yours.Mandy: Alright, forgive me for asking. But you got inside the ship, and you got to see it.B1a
80200096D66Mandy: How did you get aboard, anyway? We thought you were gonna get cratered for sure.{Business-like} Let's cut to the chase. The robot wants his guidance chip back.X1a
80300096D65Mandy: How did you get aboard, anyway? We thought you were gonna get cratered for sure.{Question} Does it really matter how I got aboard?Mandy: Fine, don't tell me. But you got a look inside, right?Y1a
80400096D5FMandy: All that salvage. The real motherload. Just waiting to be stripped and sold.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. Conversational / Thinking} It's probably worth a fortune.Mandy: We score this one, and no more scrounging in the gutters. Ever.A1a
80500096D5EMandy: All that salvage. The real motherload. Just waiting to be stripped and sold.{Exasperated / Irritated} So it all boils down to greed. Like it always does.Mandy: Hey. If we sell those gizmos, I don't know, they could help orphans and stuff. Us humans could use it a lot more than those robots.B1a
80600096D5DMandy: All that salvage. The real motherload. Just waiting to be stripped and sold.If you say so.X1a
80700096D5CMandy: All that salvage. The real motherload. Just waiting to be stripped and sold.{Question} Is all that junk inside really that valuable?Mandy: Well, yeah. We could keep Diamond City in parts for months with all them gizmos. We'd never have to scrounge in the gutter again.Y1a
80800096D56Mandy: So you talked with the tin can. What'd he have to say?{Neutral} Ironsides says you stole a guidance chip. He wants it back.Mandy: His guidance chip. Right.A1a
80900096D55Mandy: So you talked with the tin can. What'd he have to say?{Neutral / Neutral} Your men took something from him. He wants it back.Mandy: Well, that's too bad. It's our salvage now.B1a
81000096D54Mandy: So you talked with the tin can. What'd he have to say?{Evasive} We talked about a lot of things.Mandy: Let me guess, he wants his computer chip back, right? Well, too bad. It's our salvage now.X1a
81100096D53Mandy: So you talked with the tin can. What'd he have to say?{A little coy / Question} What do you think he said?Mandy: No frickin' clue. The only talking we ever did to that rust-bucket was him yelling at us about "keel-haulin'" and crap like that while his robots tried to murder us.Y1a
81200096D4DMandy: You know what he needs it for? His rockets. The huge god damn rockets on the side of his boat. He's nuts.{A touch unsteady} I'm sure there's a good reason he needs them.Mandy: You seriously want to help that idiot bolts-for-brains?A1a
81300096D4CMandy: You know what he needs it for? His rockets. The huge god damn rockets on the side of his boat. He's nuts.{Surprised and annoyed} He didn't tell me that.Mandy: Of course he didn't, because he's off his damned rocker.B1a
81400096D4BMandy: You know what he needs it for? His rockets. The huge god damn rockets on the side of his boat. He's nuts.{Shrug} So he wants to build a rocket.Mandy: You can't seriously be all right with that?X1a
81500096D4AMandy: You know what he needs it for? His rockets. The huge god damn rockets on the side of his boat. He's nuts.{Confusion / Question} Rockets? Why's he building rockets?Mandy: No one knows. Maybe a bomb. Maybe to launch himself into space. Who cares? It's valuable as hell, that's what matters.Y1a
81600096D42Mandy: Help us destroy that frickin' tin can once and for all.{Neutral} Yeah, I'm in. What's the plan?Companion: You really think scrapping a piece of history, not to mention those bots' home, is the thing to do here?A1a
81700096D41Mandy: Help us destroy that frickin' tin can once and for all.{Firm} No deal. I'm with Ironsides.Companion: You're sidin' with that daft robot?B1a
81800096D40Mandy: Help us destroy that frickin' tin can once and for all.{Considering} I need to think about this.Companion: You kiddin'? What's there to think about? That robot is daft as a brush.X1a
81900096D3FMandy: Help us destroy that frickin' tin can once and for all.{Not committing / Question} What's in it for me?Companion: Never thought I'd say this, but those robots are so daft, I'd help this lot for free.Y1a
82000092AE4NPCFMandyStiles: Don't shoot! Those assholes didn't attack the ship on our orders. They weren't trying to frag you anyhow. They just wanted to kill the frickin' robots.{Reasonable / Friendly} Sounds like I was just in the wrong place. It happens.Mandy: Thanks. A lot of those assholes were already on edge. You waltzing right into the Constitution just pushed them over.A1a
82100092AE3NPCFMandyStiles: Don't shoot! Those assholes didn't attack the ship on our orders. They weren't trying to frag you anyhow. They just wanted to kill the frickin' robots.{Hostile / Irritated} So some of your guys almost got me killed.Mandy: We told those crazy assholes not to attack. It's not our fault, all right. When they saw you waltz right onto the Constitution they just went ballistic.B1a
82200092AE2NPCFMandyStiles: Don't shoot! Those assholes didn't attack the ship on our orders. They weren't trying to frag you anyhow. They just wanted to kill the frickin' robots.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.} Whatever.Mandy: Look, sorry, alright. It's just when you waltzed right onto the Constitution it pushed those assholes over the edge.X1a
82300092AE1NPCFMandyStiles: Don't shoot! Those assholes didn't attack the ship on our orders. They weren't trying to frag you anyhow. They just wanted to kill the frickin' robots.{Firm / Question} So they were scavengers, but not with you?Mandy: Well, they were kind of with us. We're not really used to working together. It's not like anyone is in charge.Y1a
8240004C953Mandy: We need to sabotage those rockets. If they blow up that'll put those frickin' cannons offline. So if you find any rocket parts for the tin can - give them to me first. Then Davies will make some "special improvements."{Friendly, on board} Sounds good. I'll see you soon, then.Mandy: The guidance chip is in one of the filing cabinets inside. You better not renege on our deal.A1a
8250004C952Mandy: We need to sabotage those rockets. If they blow up that'll put those frickin' cannons offline. So if you find any rocket parts for the tin can - give them to me first. Then Davies will make some "special improvements."{Grim, threatening / Suspicious} You better not double cross me.Mandy: Trust is a two way street.B1a
8260004C951Mandy: We need to sabotage those rockets. If they blow up that'll put those frickin' cannons offline. So if you find any rocket parts for the tin can - give them to me first. Then Davies will make some "special improvements."{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY.} Got it.Mandy: The guidance chip is in one of the filing cabinets inside. You better not renege on our deal.X1a
8270004C950Mandy: We need to sabotage those rockets. If they blow up that'll put those frickin' cannons offline. So if you find any rocket parts for the tin can - give them to me first. Then Davies will make some "special improvements."{Pointed question / Question} I repaired the ship's power systems. Is that going to be a problem?Mandy: Power systems? That won't do nothing.Y1a
828Mandy: We need to sabotage those rockets. If they blow up that'll put those frickin' cannons offline. So if you find any rocket parts for the tin can - give them to me first. Then Davies will make some "special improvements."{Question} So what sort of parts are we looking for?Mandy: Power systems? That won't do nothing.Y2a
829MS11_0400_NavigatorSecondQuest000A5685MrNavigator: Chip recovered. Dispensing bounty. Diagnostics report one error remaining. Guidance Radar's transmitter is non-functional. Requires replacement.{Friendly} Happy to help you out again.MrNavigator: Soldier's happiness is irrelevant.A1a
830000A5684MrNavigator: Chip recovered. Dispensing bounty. Diagnostics report one error remaining. Guidance Radar's transmitter is non-functional. Requires replacement.And this is the part where I bail you out again.MrNavigator: Soldier's statement is factually valid.B1a
831000A5683MrNavigator: Chip recovered. Dispensing bounty. Diagnostics report one error remaining. Guidance Radar's transmitter is non-functional. Requires replacement.Tell me more.X1a
832000A5682MrNavigator: Chip recovered. Dispensing bounty. Diagnostics report one error remaining. Guidance Radar's transmitter is non-functional. Requires replacement.{Question} What's wrong with the transmitter?MrNavigator: Diagnostic inconclusive. No functioning Mr. Handy's available for detailed analysis.Y1a
833MS11_0500_BosunFirstQuest000A28EABosun: My programming would find it amiss if I did not also interject. Long live the captain!{Friendly} You certainly have pep.Bosun: Much obliged for the compliment. But on to the mission of the day.A1a
834000A28E9Bosun: My programming would find it amiss if I did not also interject. Long live the captain!{Irritated} Is every robot on this tub broken?Bosun: I confess I may be missing a few parts that are considered standard on my model. But broken? I should say not.B1a
835000A28E8Bosun: My programming would find it amiss if I did not also interject. Long live the captain!OK.Bosun: On to the mission.X1a
836000A28E7Bosun: My programming would find it amiss if I did not also interject. Long live the captain!{Question} Do you often just... interject, as you put it?Bosun: Indeed, I do. I exclaim from exuberance. And not because I've been reprogrammed five times to whole-heartedly embrace these marvelous turns-of-phrase and anachronisms.Y1a
837Bosun: My programming would find it amiss if I did not also interject. Long live the captain!{Question} Why were you reprogrammed? Was the Captain involved?Bosun: Indeed, I do. I exclaim from exuberance. And not because I've been reprogrammed five times to whole-heartedly embrace these marvelous turns-of-phrase and anachronisms.Y2a
838000A28E0Bosun: Alas, with my severe lack of appendages, I find myself unequal to the task of repairing the cables myself.I'll get right on it.Bosun: My anxiety emulators are lightening by the microsecond.A1a
839000A28DFBosun: Alas, with my severe lack of appendages, I find myself unequal to the task of repairing the cables myself.I'm not a mechanic, pal.Bosun: I would despair, but it appears my despair emulator has been forcibly removed.B1a
840000A28DEBosun: Alas, with my severe lack of appendages, I find myself unequal to the task of repairing the cables myself.I'll see what I can do about your cables.Bosun: I feel my anxiety emulators lightening by the microsecond.X1a
841000A28DDBosun: Alas, with my severe lack of appendages, I find myself unequal to the task of repairing the cables myself.Can't someone else repair it?Bosun: The rest of the crew is programmed for more martial pursuits. And they are, dare I say, useless in this endeavor.Y1a
842Bosun: Alas, with my severe lack of appendages, I find myself unequal to the task of repairing the cables myself.How'd you lose your arms?Bosun: The rest of the crew is programmed for more martial pursuits. And they are, dare I say, useless in this endeavor.Y2a
843Bosun: Alas, with my severe lack of appendages, I find myself unequal to the task of repairing the cables myself.The ship had a surgeon? What happened to him?Bosun: The rest of the crew is programmed for more martial pursuits. And they are, dare I say, useless in this endeavor.Y3a
844MS11_0600_BosunSecondQuest000A5699Bosun: However, this has brought to light further failures in our power grid. The Power Relay which, to my shame, I previously complained about is fluctuating wildly.{Friendly} Don't worry, I'll get you up and running.Bosun: Bully for you, sir.A1a
845000A5698Bosun: However, this has brought to light further failures in our power grid. The Power Relay which, to my shame, I previously complained about is fluctuating wildly.Can't you fix anything yourself?Bosun: Your criticism squarely hits the mark, sir. I fear the butcher's bill has many a fine Mr. Handy on its list. I entreat you to aid us once more.B1a
846000A5697Bosun: However, this has brought to light further failures in our power grid. The Power Relay which, to my shame, I previously complained about is fluctuating wildly.All right.X1a
847000A5696Bosun: However, this has brought to light further failures in our power grid. The Power Relay which, to my shame, I previously complained about is fluctuating wildly.{Question} Why are you ashamed of that?Bosun: Bad for morale, sir. There were dark times where I made all manner of baseless complaints against the Captain, the manner this ship is run, and the plausibility of our sacred mission.Y1a
848MS11_0640_BosunEndQuest000A568FBosun: I would applaud you but, alas, I cannot due to my lack of clapping instruments. But huzzah, sir, huzzah.{Friendly} Well, you're very welcome, Bosun.Bosun: You are too kind. I require no further assistance.A1a
849000A568EBosun: I would applaud you but, alas, I cannot due to my lack of clapping instruments. But huzzah, sir, huzzah.Please tell me we're done.Bosun: Indeed we are. I require no further assistance.B1a
850000A568DBosun: I would applaud you but, alas, I cannot due to my lack of clapping instruments. But huzzah, sir, huzzah.If you've got nothing else...Bosun: I require no further assistance.X1a
851000A568CBosun: I would applaud you but, alas, I cannot due to my lack of clapping instruments. But huzzah, sir, huzzah.{Question} So no more problems with the power?Bosun: Nary a one. It flows like a veritable torrent through our cables. If I may say so, the Surgeon would be proud.Y1a
852MS11_0700_IronsidesTurbopumpQuest000A5679Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.I figured a little theft was better than a lot of blood.Ironsides: Agreed. Quite commendable.A1a
853Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.The scavengers tried to convince me to blow up your rocket.Ironsides: Agreed. Quite commendable.A2a
854Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.I would've spared them if I could've.Ironsides: Agreed. Quite commendable.A3a
855000A5678Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.It would've been a whole lot easier just killing them.Ironsides: An argument I have heard all too often from the First Mate.B1a
856Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.I'm glad that the scavengers and I could work something out.Ironsides: An argument I have heard all too often from the First Mate.B2a
857Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.{Angry} Do you think you could've done the job better?Ironsides: An argument I have heard all too often from the First Mate.B3a
858000A5677Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.I got the job done.Ironsides: Quite commendable.X1a
859000A5676Ironsides: I am pleased you recovered the guidance chip without bloodshed. Though the scavengers have caused us grievous injury our goals must be nobler than base revenge.{Question} Why did you want me to spare the scavengers?Ironsides: I confess they are a blight upon my existence. Those scallywags killed many of my marines. We're down to a skeleton crew due to that... filth.Y1a
860000A5670Ironsides: I find I must reward your considerable efforts with a final labor. We stand but a hair's breadth away from embarking on our sacred mission.{Friendly} I'm always happy to help.Ironsides: I would expect nothing less.A1a
861000A566FIronsides: I find I must reward your considerable efforts with a final labor. We stand but a hair's breadth away from embarking on our sacred mission.{Irritated} I thought I was finally done with this.Ironsides: We are defined by the caliber of challenges we choose to undertake. So attack adversity with gusto.B1a
862000A566EIronsides: I find I must reward your considerable efforts with a final labor. We stand but a hair's breadth away from embarking on our sacred mission.Got it.X1a
863000A566DIronsides: I find I must reward your considerable efforts with a final labor. We stand but a hair's breadth away from embarking on our sacred mission.{Question} So now can you tell me what's going on?Ironsides: It is a soldier's hard duty to follow orders with scant context and details. But...Y1a
864MS11_0730_Mandy_Sabotage00096D3ANPCFMandyStiles: You got any of the tin can's parts? Let's see if we can give him a little surprise. Heh.I have something here.Mandy: Let me see...A1a
865NPCFMandyStiles: You got any of the tin can's parts? Let's see if we can give him a little surprise. Heh.I don't have anything on me. Soon, hopefully.Mandy: Let me see...A2a
86600096D39NPCFMandyStiles: You got any of the tin can's parts? Let's see if we can give him a little surprise. Heh.I got nothing.Mandy: Well, hurry up already.B1a
86700096D38NPCFMandyStiles: You got any of the tin can's parts? Let's see if we can give him a little surprise. Heh.I'm working on it.Mandy: Well work faster.X1a
86800096D37NPCFMandyStiles: You got any of the tin can's parts? Let's see if we can give him a little surprise. Heh.{Question} What's the plan again?Mandy: If Ironsides asks for a rocket part, give it to me first. We screw with the rockets and we should be able to take out those frickin' cannons.Y1a
869MS11_0730a_Found_Turbopump00096D2DDavies: That is some high tech shit there. Turbopump bearing. Can't make stuff like that any more.{Thoughtful} Sounds like this might work.Davies: Yeah. If a turbopump craps out, your rocket's got big problems.A1a
87000096D2CDavies: That is some high tech shit there. Turbopump bearing. Can't make stuff like that any more.{Stop wasting my time / Irritated} So is this what we're looking for, or not?Davies: Yeah, this is it. If a turbopump craps out, your rocket's got big problems.B1a
87100096D2BDavies: That is some high tech shit there. Turbopump bearing. Can't make stuff like that any more.All right.Davies: Mandy, this is it. If the turbopump craps out, the tin can's gonna have big problems.X1a
87200096D2ADavies: That is some high tech shit there. Turbopump bearing. Can't make stuff like that any more.{Question} What is a turbopump?Davies: Rockets need fuel. Loads of it, and fast. The turbopump feeds the engine. Any little defect with it and you got big problems.Y1a
87300096D24Mandy: Hand it over. After we're done with it Ironsides's is going to get one hell of a surprise when he lights them rockets.Here you go.A1a
87400096D23Mandy: Hand it over. After we're done with it Ironsides's is going to get one hell of a surprise when he lights them rockets.{Considering} I think I'll hold onto it.Mandy: What? You getting cold feet? There's no people on that ship. No one's gonna get hurt. So, give it here. Now.B1a
87500096D22Mandy: Hand it over. After we're done with it Ironsides's is going to get one hell of a surprise when he lights them rockets.Maybe later. I have some things I have to take care of.Mandy: Fine, fine. But make it quick.X1a
87600096D21Mandy: Hand it over. After we're done with it Ironsides's is going to get one hell of a surprise when he lights them rockets.{Neutral / Question} So if you sabotage the bearing, what's going to happen to the ship?Mandy: The rocket's gonna blow. That'll take the defense systems down. Then we storm the ship before they come back online. So hand it over, already.Y1a
877MS11_0730b_Keeping_Turbopump00096D1A{Resigned} Fine. Take it.Mandy: You had me worried there. Davies, how long will it take to sabotage?A1a
87800096D19{A little hostile / Defiant} I changed my mind. I'm not going to work with you.Mandy: You playing us, punk? You playing us? Waste this asshole.B1a
87900096D18{Firm} I'm not getting into it. I'm leaving.Mandy: Come back once you've come to your senses.X1a
88000096D17{Savvy, persuasive} Right now, I have leverage. So I want to renegotiate our deal.Mandy: You want a what...?Y1a
881{Amused} Really, five hundred caps? That's it?Mandy: You want a what...?Y2a
882MS11_0750_IronsidesShipRepaired0004E376Ironsides: Luck willing, at long last we'll set sail. And our hero of the hour is to thank. You've earned a double share, sir. Well done.{Cheerful / Friendly} My pleasure.Ironsides: You are truly worthy, sir, of witnessing our maiden voyage.A1a
8830004E375Ironsides: Luck willing, at long last we'll set sail. And our hero of the hour is to thank. You've earned a double share, sir. Well done.{Eyeroll} Set sail? You'll need a hell of a lot more than luck to do that.Ironsides: Doubt is reasonable. I shall relay my plan to you.B1a
8840004E374Ironsides: Luck willing, at long last we'll set sail. And our hero of the hour is to thank. You've earned a double share, sir. Well done.{Neutral} The reward better be worth it.Ironsides: You shall not be disappointed. And you can witness our maiden voyage.X1a
8850004E373Ironsides: Luck willing, at long last we'll set sail. And our hero of the hour is to thank. You've earned a double share, sir. Well done.{A little surprised / Question} Set sail?Ironsides: On the eve of our voyage, the need for secrecy is long past.Y1a
8860004E36DIronsides: The Constitution will launch into the heavens and after gently land in the ocean. Then we take our rightful place as defenders of the Atlantic.{A little stunned / Impressed} That's ambitious.Ironsides: As they say, "nothing ventured, nothing gained".A1a
8870004E36CIronsides: The Constitution will launch into the heavens and after gently land in the ocean. Then we take our rightful place as defenders of the Atlantic.{Exclamation / Concerned} You're going to blow the whole damned ship up.Ironsides: Oh ye of little faith. There is a scant 14% chance of that.B1a
8880004E36BIronsides: The Constitution will launch into the heavens and after gently land in the ocean. Then we take our rightful place as defenders of the Atlantic.{Withholding judgment} That's quite a plan.Ironsides: A thing of brilliance, is it not?X1a
8890004E36AIronsides: The Constitution will launch into the heavens and after gently land in the ocean. Then we take our rightful place as defenders of the Atlantic.{Shocked / Question} You're going to what?Ironsides: A thing of brilliance, is it not?Y1a
890MS11_0750a_Ironsides_Betrayed00096D0F{Said slyly, the PC is also saying that the rockets are going to explode} I'll make sure you get all the power you need.Ironsides: Splendid. You are a credit to your regiment.A1a
89100096D0E{Irritated, one more thing to do} Do I have to do everything for you?Ironsides: In recognition of your service, I will forgive this slight. However, you are hereby ordered to tend to the auxilliary power.B1a
89200096D0DI suppose I can do that.Ironsides: Splendid.X1a
89300096D0C{Question} Where's the generator?Ironsides: On the top deck of the Royal Arms Apartments. Rebel stragglers may yet remain, so have a care.Y1a
894MS11_0850_IronsidesVictory0004E363RobotIronsides: Gods be good, the scavenger assault has been broken. Not one of those scallywags stepped foot on our vessel. All hands, prepare ship for launch!{Friendly / Friendly} Congratulations, Captain.Ironsides: There is one thing.A1a
8950004E362RobotIronsides: Gods be good, the scavenger assault has been broken. Not one of those scallywags stepped foot on our vessel. All hands, prepare ship for launch!{Almost beneath the PC's breath / Concerned} This is a horrible idea.Ironsides: Only if I fail, sir.B1a
8960004E361RobotIronsides: Gods be good, the scavenger assault has been broken. Not one of those scallywags stepped foot on our vessel. All hands, prepare ship for launch!I'll be going then.Ironsides: There is one thing.X1a
8970004E360RobotIronsides: Gods be good, the scavenger assault has been broken. Not one of those scallywags stepped foot on our vessel. All hands, prepare ship for launch!{Hoping the answer is "No" / Question} You're still going through with this?Ironsides: Given time the scavengers will regroup. It may be now or never.Y1a
8980004E35AIronsides: We need power from the auxiliary generator to commence our voyage. I fear I must call upon you one last time.{Confident / Confident} Consider it done.Ironsides: I admire your pluck.A1a
8990004E359Ironsides: We need power from the auxiliary generator to commence our voyage. I fear I must call upon you one last time.{Irritation / Irritated} I'm getting tired of doing your errands.Ironsides: There is nothing left to be done. Victory or bitter defeat is all the remains.B1a
9000004E358Ironsides: We need power from the auxiliary generator to commence our voyage. I fear I must call upon you one last time.I've come this far.Ironsides: I recognize that without your considerable efforts, we would not be here.X1a
9010004E357Ironsides: We need power from the auxiliary generator to commence our voyage. I fear I must call upon you one last time.{Question} Where's the generator?Ironsides: On the top deck of the Royal Arms Apartments. Scavengers may yet remain, so have a care.Y1a
902MS11_1190_Ironsides_Dead00096CE1NPCFMandyStiles: The Constitution is all ours.{Pleased / Friendly} You guys did good. I'm surprised you survived.Mandy: You're not making this easy. See we had a vote... And we decided we're not gonna split the haul with you.A1a
90300096CE0NPCFMandyStiles: The Constitution is all ours.{Irritated} This ship should be mine. I did all the work.Mandy: That attitude makes this a little easier. We had a vote and decided we're not splitting the haul with you.B1a
90400096CDFNPCFMandyStiles: The Constitution is all ours.Yup, it's over.Mandy: This is awkward. We had a vote... And we decided we're not gonna split the haul with you.X1a
90500096CDENPCFMandyStiles: The Constitution is all ours.{Question} What next?Mandy: This is awkward. We had a vote... And we decided we're not gonna split the haul with you.Y1a
90600096CD8Mandy: For what it's worth, I voted against it.{Trying to salvager the situation / Concerned} Surely, we can work something out.Mandy: Sorry, pal. I really am.A1a
90700096CD7Mandy: For what it's worth, I voted against it.{Grim, said before the PC attacks / Angry} You assholes just signed your death warrants.B1a
90800096CD6Mandy: For what it's worth, I voted against it.{Shocked / Disbelief} You're doing what?Mandy: It gets worse.X1a
90900096CD5Mandy: For what it's worth, I voted against it.{Controlled anger / Question} You voted to backstab me?Mandy: We've been fighting Ironsides for months. A lot of people died. They say you just can't stroll in at the last minute and get an even share.Y1a
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911Mandy...A
9120008A816Crazy robots...
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914MS13BAfterConfrontation000649BBHenryCooke: One of them is helping Nelson Latimer spend his dad's money to make himself feel like a gangster.{SinisterSmile} And we're going to relieve Mr. Latimer of some of his money.PaulPembroke: Holy shit, Cooke. Does Malcolm know about this?A1a
915000649BAHenryCooke: One of them is helping Nelson Latimer spend his dad's money to make himself feel like a gangster.{Irritated} Get to the point.PaulPembroke: Holy shit, Cooke. Does Malcolm know about this?B1a
916000649B9HenryCooke: One of them is helping Nelson Latimer spend his dad's money to make himself feel like a gangster.{SinisterSmile} I like the part about the money.PaulPembroke: Holy shit, Cooke. Does Malcolm know about this?X1a
917000649B8HenryCooke: One of them is helping Nelson Latimer spend his dad's money to make himself feel like a gangster.{Puzzled} Who's Nelson Latimer?HenryCooke: Malcolm's kid. An arrogant little pissant.Y1a
918000649AAHenryCooke: My plan is simple - we take the money and the chems.{Confident} I'm in. Let's do this.HenryCooke: What do you say, Paul? Are we good?A1a
919000649A9HenryCooke: My plan is simple - we take the money and the chems.{SinisterSmile} My plan is simpler - we kill you now, and them later.Companion: Good decision. He's better off.B1a
920000649A8HenryCooke: My plan is simple - we take the money and the chems.{Suspicious} I don't know. An awful lot of unknowns.HenryCooke: Trust me, we can do this, no problem. The meeting's always in the same place, they always bring the same number of guys.X1a
921HenryCooke: My plan is simple - we take the money and the chems.{Concerned} I guess it's worth the risk. Let's do this.HenryCooke: Trust me, we can do this, no problem. The meeting's always in the same place, they always bring the same number of guys.X2a
922000649A7HenryCooke: My plan is simple - we take the money and the chems.Hold on. I have some questions first.Player Default: Why smuggle chems into Diamond City? Chems aren't illegal here.Y1a
923000A7D14{Suspicious} Let's hear this plan of yours.HenryCooke: Here's the deal. I have some other... businesses on the side.A
924MS13BAfterConfrontationCookeQuestions000A7D14{Question} Hold on a minute, Cooke.HenryCooke: Yeah? What is it?A
92500065A4BHenryCooke: Yeah? What is it?{Puzzled} Why smuggle chems into Diamond City? Chems aren't illegal here.HenryCooke: Sure, but Mayor McDonough takes a big cut of all the chems brought into town. Not everybody thinks that's good business.A1a
92600065A4AHenryCooke: Yeah? What is it?That's it.HenryCooke: Okay, so you're in then?B1a
92700065A49HenryCooke: Yeah? What is it?{Worried} What about afterwards? Won't everyone be after us?HenryCooke: Come on. You know the answer. No witnesses.X1a
92800065A48HenryCooke: Yeah? What is it?{Puzzled} Why do you want to screw these guys over all of a sudden?HenryCooke: Oh, it isn't all of a sudden. Nelson's been complaining about my cut for a while now. He may be thinking about trying to strike out on his own.Y1a
929MS13BConfrontCooke0003D736PaulPembroke: Well... what do you think?{Friendly} Sounds like a win-win to me.HenryCooke: Damn right it is.A1a
9300003D735PaulPembroke: Well... what do you think?{Disgust} He'd say anything right now to save his skin.HenryCooke: To hell with both of you then!B1a
9310003D734PaulPembroke: Well... what do you think?{SinisterSmile} We can always kill him later if it doesn't work out.HenryCooke: I'm going to choose to ignore that comment.X1a
9320003D733PaulPembroke: Well... what do you think?{Question} How are you going to make us all rich, Cooke?HenryCooke: Gather round and I'll tell you.Y1a
9330003D2ACHenryCooke: Don't tell me he's hired you to help lean on me?{Confident} That's right. You should listen to what Paul has to say.HenryCooke: You're making a mistake, getting mixed up in this.A1a
9340003D2ABHenryCooke: Don't tell me he's hired you to help lean on me?{Neutral} I'm not with him. Just looking for a drink.PaulPembroke: What?!B1a
9350003D2AAHenryCooke: Don't tell me he's hired you to help lean on me?{Nervous} Paul just asked me to come with him.HenryCooke: Is that how it is? Okay...X1a
9360003D2A9HenryCooke: Don't tell me he's hired you to help lean on me?{Question} What difference does it make?HenryCooke: I just like to know who to shoot at when the guns come out.Y1a
9370003D29CPaulPembroke: You think I won't use it? Do I just need to kill you, is that what you're saying?{Concerned} Paul, put the gun away. Nobody needs to get shot here.A1a
9380003D29BPaulPembroke: You think I won't use it? Do I just need to kill you, is that what you're saying?{Somber} Better just shoot him, Paul.Companion: Might as well.B1a
9390003D29APaulPembroke: You think I won't use it? Do I just need to kill you, is that what you're saying?{Worried} Put the guns away before this gets out of hand.X1a
9400003D299PaulPembroke: You think I won't use it? Do I just need to kill you, is that what you're saying?{Question} Why don't you see if Cooke is going to listen?Y1a
941MS13BConfrontCookeAlone000A7D14{Stern} We need to talk, Cooke.HenryCooke: That's right. This is my place. Why, is there some kind of problem?A
942{Question} You're Henry Cooke, right?HenryCooke: That's right. This is my place. Why, is there some kind of problem?A
943000649E2HenryCooke: That's right. This is my place. Why, is there some kind of problem?{Concerned} Yes. The problem is you sleeping with Paul Pembroke's wife.HenryCooke: What?! Even if that was true, what the hell does it have to do with you?A1a
944000649E1HenryCooke: That's right. This is my place. Why, is there some kind of problem?{Stern} You're going to leave Darcy alone, starting now.HenryCooke: Now wait just a goddamn minute. Who do you think you are, walking into my bar and telling me what I'm going to do?B1a
945000649E0HenryCooke: That's right. This is my place. Why, is there some kind of problem?{Somber} Maybe. Paul Pembroke sent me to sort things out.HenryCooke: You've got to be kidding me. Paul sent you?X1a
946000649DFHenryCooke: That's right. This is my place. Why, is there some kind of problem?{Suspicious} Are you sleeping with Paul Pembroke's wife?HenryCooke: I really don't see what business it is of yours who I'm sleeping with.Y1a
947000649DAHenryCooke: What?! Even if that was true, what the hell does it have to do with you?{Stern} Paul asked me to talk to you, so here I am. Asking nicely.HenryCooke: And I'm asking you... nicely... to turn back around and go tell Paul to come talk to me himself, if he's man enough.A1a
948000649D9HenryCooke: Now wait just a goddamn minute. Who do you think you are, walking into my bar and telling me what I'm going to do?{Stern} We can do this the hard way if you want.HenryCooke: I've left tougher than you bleeding in the dirt. You'd better turn yourself around before you find out what the hard way really means.B1a
949000649D8HenryCooke: That weaselly little shit never could solve his own problems.{Neutral} I told Paul I'd get you to leave Darcy alone. Nothing personal. Just business.HenryCooke: Nobody tells me what what to do in my own place. You'd better turn around and walk out of here while you still can.X1a
950000649D7HenryCooke: I really don't see what business it is of yours who I'm sleeping with.{Stern} Do we really need to do this the hard way?HenryCooke: I've left tougher than you bleeding in the dirt. You'd better turn yourself around before you find out what the hard way really means.Y1a
951000649D2Player Default: And I'm asking you... nicely... to turn back around and go tell Paul to come talk to me himself, if he's man enough.{Concerned} Think this through. Darcy isn't worth dying for - or killing for.Companion: Hey, I think any woman is worth fightin' for... but you do what you want.A1a
952000649D1Player Default: I've left tougher than you bleeding in the dirt. You'd better turn yourself around before you find out what the hard way really means.{Stern} I'm counting to three. One... two...Companion: Oh come on, you should have fired on "two."B1a
953000649D0Player Default: Nobody tells me what what to do in my own place. You'd better turn around and walk out of here while you still can.{Confident} I told you what you need to do. The next move is up to you.Companion: Cait interjectsX1a
954000649CFPlayer Default: I've left tougher than you bleeding in the dirt. You'd better turn yourself around before you find out what the hard way really means.{Stern} Last chance - are you going to stay away from Darcy or not?Companion: Cait interjectsY1a
955000649C9HenryCooke: Look. Tell Paul it's over. I swear. I won't even let her in my bar anymore. Is that good enough for you?{Stern} It's a good start. Something more... concrete would help.HenryCooke: Yeah, okay, I get it.A1a
956000649C8HenryCooke: Look. Tell Paul it's over. I swear. I won't even let her in my bar anymore. Is that good enough for you?{Stern} No. Paul wanted me to make you suffer.HenryCooke: Okay, okay. I get it. He's pissed, for good reason.B1a
957000649C7HenryCooke: Look. Tell Paul it's over. I swear. I won't even let her in my bar anymore. Is that good enough for you?{Stern} A promise isn't enough.HenryCooke: Well, then, what do you want me...X1a
958000649C6HenryCooke: Look. Tell Paul it's over. I swear. I won't even let her in my bar anymore. Is that good enough for you?{Disbelief} A promise to be good? That's your offer?HenryCooke: You're right. It wouldn't be enough if I was in his shoes.Y1a
959000649C0HenryCooke: I have an idea. Something I've been thinking about for a while already. Kill two birds with one stone, you know?{Friendly} You've got my attention. Let's hear this idea.A1a
960000649BFHenryCooke: I have an idea. Something I've been thinking about for a while already. Kill two birds with one stone, you know?{Disbelief} This had better be good.B1a
961000649BEHenryCooke: I have an idea. Something I've been thinking about for a while already. Kill two birds with one stone, you know?Let's hear it.X1a
962000649BDHenryCooke: I have an idea. Something I've been thinking about for a while already. Kill two birds with one stone, you know?{Question} What's the idea?Y1a
963MS13BPaulAlone000A7D14{Confident} Cooke won't be bothering Darcy any more.PaulPembroke: Good! I knew you could handle him.A
96400088098PaulPembroke: So... what happened? Did he give you any trouble?{Somber} Yeah. I ended up having to kill him.PaulPembroke: Oh. Wow. Well... I guess he had it coming, right?A1a
965PaulPembroke: So... what happened? Did he give you any trouble?{Confident} Yes, but I got him to come around in the end.PaulPembroke: Oh. Wow. Well... I guess he had it coming, right?A2a
96600088097PaulPembroke: So... what happened? Did he give you any trouble?{Confident} No. He, ah, listened to reason.PaulPembroke: Okay. I don't care what you had to do. Just as long as he leaves Darcy alone from now on.B1a
96700088096PaulPembroke: So... what happened? Did he give you any trouble?{Confident} Nothing I couldn't handle.PaulPembroke: Okay. I don't care what you had to do. Just as long as he leaves Darcy alone from now on.X1a
96800088095PaulPembroke: So... what happened? Did he give you any trouble?{Question} What are you going to do now?PaulPembroke: Well... start trying to win Darcy back. This was only step one.Y1a
9690008808FPaulPembroke: Anyway... thanks for your help. I'll uh, see you around.{Friendly} Good luck. I hope it all works out.PaulPembroke: Thanks.A1a
9700008808EPaulPembroke: Anyway... thanks for your help. I'll uh, see you around.{Disgust} Not likely.PaulPembroke: Okay. Bye.B1a
9710008808DPaulPembroke: Anyway... thanks for your help. I'll uh, see you around.{Neutral} Bye.PaulPembroke: Yeah, good-bye.X1a
972MS13BPaulAloneChemsDeal00088089NPCMPaulPembroke: Hell, I've got to get out of here. You should too. Before someone walks in here and pins this on us.{Friendly} Good luck. I hope it all works out.PaulPembroke: Thanks.A1a
97300088088NPCMPaulPembroke: Hell, I've got to get out of here. You should too. Before someone walks in here and pins this on us.{Neutral} Nothing.PaulPembroke: Okay. Bye.B1a
97400088087NPCMPaulPembroke: Hell, I've got to get out of here. You should too. Before someone walks in here and pins this on us.{Neutral} Bye.PaulPembroke: Uh, okay. Bye.X1a
97500088083Player Default: Thanks.{Confident} Good. I could use some backup for this. The meet is near the Back Street Apparel building.PaulPembroke: I know where that is. Let's go.A1a
97600088082Player Default: Okay. Bye.{Irritated} I just hope you don't screw this up. The meet is near the Back Street Apparel building. Let's go.PaulPembroke: Don't worry. This isn't my first rodeo.B1a
97700088081Player Default: Uh, okay. Bye.{Neutral} The meet is near the Back Street Apparel building.PaulPembroke: Right, down along the river. Let's do this.X1a
9780008807DPlayer Default: If you think it's a good idea, I'm in. Cooke owes me, big time.{Question} Note says the meet is near the Back Street Apparel building. You know where that is?PaulPembroke: Oh yeah, down along the river. Come on, let's do this.Y1a
979MS13CAmbushCooke00042D9AHenryCooke: Remember, we can't afford to let anybody get away.{Confident} Sounds good.A1a
98000042D99HenryCooke: Remember, we can't afford to let anybody get away.{Concerned} You first. I'll back you up.HenryCooke: Okay. But don't leave me hanging. Even I might have trouble taking them all out by myself.B1a
98100042D98HenryCooke: Remember, we can't afford to let anybody get away.{Neutral} As good a plan as any.X1a
98200042D97HenryCooke: Remember, we can't afford to let anybody get away.{Question} What about Nelson?HenryCooke: I'll deal with Nelson. You worry about Marowski's crew.Y1a
983MS13CAmbushNelsonIntro000457FBNelsonLatimer: You better get the fuck out of here if you know what's good for you.{Conspiratorial} Cooke sent me. He has a message for you.NelsonLatimer: Cooke told you about this? Where the hell is Cooke anyway?A1a
984000457FANelsonLatimer: You better get the fuck out of here if you know what's good for you.{SinisterSmile} I'm here for the chems and the money. Oh, and to kill you all.NelsonLatimer: What? Shit!B1a
985000457F9NelsonLatimer: You better get the fuck out of here if you know what's good for you.{Neutral} I'm just passing through.NelsonLatimer: Well, then you better keep right on walking, asshole. Now.X1a
986000457F8NelsonLatimer: You better get the fuck out of here if you know what's good for you.{Question} What's going on here?NelsonLatimer: Nothing to do with you, unless you want your face blown off. Got it, asshole?Y1a
987000457EBTrish: What is this, Nelson?{Conspiratorial} Cooke couldn't make it, so he sent me instead.NelsonLatimer: The fuck he did. Trish, kill this asshole!A1a
988000457EANelsonLatimer: What? Shit!{Stern} This is a hold up. Drop your guns.NelsonLatimer: Are you serious? Kill this asshole!B1a
989000457E9NelsonLatimer: Nothing to do with you, unless you want your face blown off. Got it, asshole?{SinisterSmile} Are you going to hand over the money and chems, or do I have to kill you?NelsonLatimer: Are you serious? Kill this asshole!Y1a
990000457E8Trish: We don't want any trouble. Just get out of here.{SinisterSmile} It'd be simpler if you'd just hand over the money and chems.NelsonLatimer: Are you serious? Kill this asshole!X1a
991MS13CAmbushPaul00092309PaulPembroke: Why don't you work your way around these buildings to get a good angle on them. I'll wait for the shooting to start, then join in from here.{Confident} Sounds good.A1a
99200092308PaulPembroke: Why don't you work your way around these buildings to get a good angle on them. I'll wait for the shooting to start, then join in from here.{Stern} You first. I'll back you up.PaulPembroke: God dammit, really? Fine. But you better back me up or this isn't going to be much of an ambush.B1a
99300092307PaulPembroke: Why don't you work your way around these buildings to get a good angle on them. I'll wait for the shooting to start, then join in from here.{Neutral} As good a plan as any.X1a
99400092306PaulPembroke: Why don't you work your way around these buildings to get a good angle on them. I'll wait for the shooting to start, then join in from here.{Question} What about Nelson?PaulPembroke: If he's smart he'll get the hell out of here when the shooting starts. If he's not... too bad for him.Y1a
995MS13CAmbushTrishInterrogation00198BACTrish: I hope you can live with that.{Neutral} Okay, I'll let you go.Trish: You won't reget this. You can trust me. I swear.A1a
99600198BABTrish: I hope you can live with that.{Stern} Sorry, I can't leave any witnesses.Trish: You bastard!B1a
99700198BAATrish: I hope you can live with that.{Stern} Sorry, but I don't believe you.Trish: Screw you, then!X1a
99800198BA9Trish: I hope you can live with that.{Disbelief} What's your word worth? You were ready to give up Marowski's secret lab to save your skin.Trish: You already got everything you wanted! I swear, after I leave here, I've never heard of you in my life.Y1a
99900066E57Trish: Wait, I can help you! This here, this is nothing compared to what's at Marowski's chem lab.{Stern} Keep talking.Trish: Where do you think these chems come from? We've got a lab, right here in the Commonwealth.A1a
100000066E56Trish: Wait, I can help you! This here, this is nothing compared to what's at Marowski's chem lab.{SinisterSmile} Sorry, no witnesses.Trish: No! No!B1a
100100066E55Trish: Wait, I can help you! This here, this is nothing compared to what's at Marowski's chem lab.{Neutral} Go on.Trish: Where do you think these chems come from? We've got a lab, right here in the Commonwealth.X1a
100200066E54Trish: Wait, I can help you! This here, this is nothing compared to what's at Marowski's chem lab.{Suspicious} What's at this chem lab?Trish: More chems than you can imagine. Marowski's entire stash!Y1a
100300066E4FPlayer Default: But you'll never find it on your own. Not without my help.{Confident} You've got a deal.Trish: Okay. I guess I have to trust you.A1a
100400066E4EPlayer Default: No! No!{Disgust} I'm tired of this conversation.Trish: No! No!B1a
100500066E4DPlayer Default: But you'll never find it on your own. Not without my help.{Stern} Tell me what you know first.Trish: Well... okay. I'm trusting you, right?X1a
100600066E4CPlayer Default: But you'll never find it without my help.{Suspicious} Why do I need your help to find this lab?Trish: Because first, you don't know where it is.Y1a
100700066E46Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{Apologetic} Oh that place? I already cleaned it out.Trish: What? Shit!A1a
1008Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{Impressed} Easy access by boat. Smart.Trish: What? Shit!A2a
100900066E45Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{SinisterSmile} Turns out it wasn't so secret, since I already cleaned it out.Trish: What? Shit!B1a
1010Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{Irritated} Sounds like a dumb place for a secret chem lab.Trish: What? Shit!B2a
101100066E44Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{Irritated} Your information is useless. I've already cleaned that place out.Trish: What? Shit!X1a
1012Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{Thinking} Let's hear about all the security.Trish: What? Shit!X2a
101300066E43Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{SinisterSmile} It didn't turn out to be so secure. I already cleaned it out.Trish: What? Shit!Y1a
1014Trish: The lab is in the old Four Leaf Fishpacking Plant, on the waterfront in South Boston.{Puzzled} What's so secure about that?Trish: What? Shit!Y2a
101500066E3EPlayer Default: But... you still don't need to kill me! I swear I won't tell Marowski anything about this. You've got my word.{Impressed} Pretty slick. But I assume that's not the end of it.Trish: You assume right.A1a
101600066E3DPlayer Default: But... you still don't need to kill me! I swear I won't tell Marowski anything about this. You've got my word.{Sarcastic} Feral ghouls, pfft.Trish: The ferals are just for cover, tough guy.B1a
101700066E3CPlayer Default: But... you still don't need to kill me! I swear I won't tell Marowski anything about this. You've got my word.{Suspicious} I assume there's more to it than getting past the ferals.Trish: You assume right.X1a
101800066E3BPlayer Default: But... you still don't need to kill me! I swear I won't tell Marowski anything about this. You've got my word.{Puzzled} Why wouldn't the feral ghouls bother you and your crew?Trish: What, you don't know? Ferals don't bother us normal ghouls, I don't know why. Maybe we taste bad or something.Y1a
101900066E35Trish: You'd never even know the lab was there when the door is closed.{Impressed} Sounds like a pretty secure operation.Trish: You better believe it.A1a
102000066E34Trish: You'd never even know the lab was there when the door is closed.{SinisterSmile} But now I do know the lab is there.Trish: Yeah, well you still won't get past the door without the password.B1a
102100066E33Trish: You'd never even know the lab was there when the door is closed.{Surprised} You seem awfully proud of this lab.Trish: Yeah, I am. Marowski's operation wouldn't be nothing without me.X1a
102200066E32Trish: You'd never even know the lab was there when the door is closed.{Question} So how do I get in without hitting all the tripwires?Trish: With the password. Which I can give you. There's a terminal that will bypass the tripwires and open the door to the lab.Y1a
102300066E23Trish: So... I have your promise, right? If I give you the password, you let me walk?{Friendly} I promise.Trish: Well... alright.A1a
102400066E22Trish: So... I have your promise, right? If I give you the password, you let me walk?{Neutral} No, I changed my mind. I don't need the password.Trish: You lying bastard! You're no better than Cooke!B1a
102500066E21Trish: So... I have your promise, right? If I give you the password, you let me walk?{Stern} I'll definitely kill you if you don't tell me.Trish: You bastard.X1a
102600066E20Trish: So... I have your promise, right? If I give you the password, you let me walk?{Question} And you promise to not tell Marowski that I had anything to do with this?Trish: Yeah, yeah, of course! I already told you, after I leave here, I've never heard of you in my life.Y1a
1027MS13CAmbushTrishInterrogationPlayer00066E66NPCFGibson: You don't have to kill me. I won't talk, I swear!{Friendly} Give me a reason not to kill you.HenryCooke: I don't need a better reason than to shut her up.A1a
102800066E65NPCFGibson: You don't have to kill me. I won't talk, I swear!{SinisterSmile} You won't talk when you're dead.Trish: Wait! I can tell you how to find Marowski's chem lab! You can get his whole stash!B1a
102900066E64NPCFGibson: You don't have to kill me. I won't talk, I swear!{Stern} Nothing personal, but I can't leave any witnesses.Trish: Wait! I can tell you how to find Marowski's chem lab! You can get his whole stash!X1a
103000066E63NPCFGibson: You don't have to kill me. I won't talk, I swear!{Suspicious} How can I be sure you won't send anyone after me?HenryCooke: You're not actually thinking about leaving her alive?Y1a
1031MS13CookeIntro0003A9D8DarcyPembroke: Why don't you make yourself useful and buy me a drink or something?{Friendly} Sure. Get her another of whatever she's having.DarcyPembroke: That's more like it. I hope you stick around. I think we might become good friends.A2a
10320003A9D7DarcyPembroke: Why don't you make yourself useful and buy me a drink or something?{Irritated} You don't look like you need another drink.DarcyPembroke: Aren't you all high and mighty, then? Why don't you get lost so I can drink in peace.B1a
10330003A9D6DarcyPembroke: Why don't you make yourself useful and buy me a drink or something?{Neutral} If you insist. Set her up with another drink, Cooke.DarcyPembroke: You heard the man, Henry. Give me more of what I like.X2a
10340003A9D5DarcyPembroke: Why don't you make yourself useful and buy me a drink or something?{Question} You come here often?DarcyPembroke: As often as I can. Henry is so good at listening to my troubles.Y1a
1035MS13DarcyIntro000A7D14{Question} What were you arguing about?DarcyPembroke: It's really none of your business, is it?A
1036MS13EDivideSpoils000457DEPaulPembroke: So it's just the two of us. 50-50 seems fair to me.{Friendly} That works for me.PaulPembroke: Great. Then you take the money from Nelson, I'll take the chems and we'll call it even.A1a
1037000457DDPaulPembroke: So it's just the two of us. 50-50 seems fair to me.{Stern} No. I'm taking all of it as the rest of my payment.Companion: Now we're splittin' all that evenly, right?B1a
1038000457DCPaulPembroke: So it's just the two of us. 50-50 seems fair to me.{Stern} 70-30 seems more like it.Companion: Should have asked for it all, but this'll do.X1a
1039000457DBPaulPembroke: So it's just the two of us. 50-50 seems fair to me.{Question} What are you going to do with the money?PaulPembroke: Now that Cooke is gone... I can buy his house. Darcy can finally be an Upper like she's always wanted.Y1a
1040000457DAPaulPembroke: Great. Then you take the money from Nelson, I'll take the chems and we'll call it even.{Friendly} Works for me. Good luck.PaulPembroke: Yeah, maybe my luck is finally starting to turn.A1a
1041PaulPembroke: Great. Then you take the money from Nelson, I'll take the chems and we'll call it even.{Friendly} Works for me. Good luck.PaulPembroke: Yeah, maybe my luck is finally starting to turn.A2a
1042PaulPembroke: Great. Then you take the money from Nelson, I'll take the chems and we'll call it even.{Friendly} Works for me. I'll pay you when I have it. Good luck.PaulPembroke: Yeah, maybe my luck is finally starting to turn.A3a
1043000457D9Player Default: No. I'm taking all of it as the rest of my payment.{Stern} That doesn't seem fair.PaulPembroke: Sure it is. I have to pay the mayor's cut to bring it in to Diamond City, plus the hassle of getting it there in the first place.B1a
1044Player Default: No. I'm taking all of it as the rest of my payment.{Stern} I did most of the work. I should get more than half.PaulPembroke: Sure it is. I have to pay the mayor's cut to bring it in to Diamond City, plus the hassle of getting it there in the first place.B2a
1045000457D8PaulPembroke: You can deal with selling the chems then. Give me half of Nelson's money and I guess that's the best I can expect.{Neutral} Whatever you want to do.PaulPembroke: Well, good luck. Maybe I'll see you around Diamond City.X1a
1046000457D7Player Default: What are you going to do with the money?{Puzzled} Aren't the chems worth more than the money?PaulPembroke: Sure, if you owned a chems shop right here. But I'll have to pay the mayor his cut plus move all this back to town.Y1a
1047Player Default: What are you going to do with the money?{Question} Why don't I leave you half the chems?PaulPembroke: Sure, if you owned a chems shop right here. But I'll have to pay the mayor his cut plus move all this back to town.Y2a
1048MS13EDivideSpoilsCookePlayer0019230C{Friendly} Good luck, Cooke. I hope it works out for you.HenryCooke: Don't worry about me. I've been planning this move for a while. I'll be fine.A1a
10490019230B{Disgust} We'll all be better off without you around.HenryCooke: The feeling's mutual. Which is why I'm leaving town.B1a
10500019230A{Sarcastic} You're leaving already? But we were having so much fun together.HenryCooke: I think I'm getting too old for your kind of fun.X1a
105100192309{Question} What are you going to do now?HenryCooke: I think I'll just keep that to myself. But don't worry. I've been planning this move for a while. I'll be fine.Y1a
1052MS13EDivideSpoilsPaulFight000457D2PaulPembroke: This was supposed to be Cooke's way of paying for what he'd done to me!{Friendly} You're right. We'll split it 50-50.A1a
1053000457D1PaulPembroke: This was supposed to be Cooke's way of paying for what he'd done to me!{Angry} You know I'll kill you if you try and stop me.PaulPembroke: This has how it's gone all my life. I've been screwed every time I had a chance to make it big.B1a
1054000457D0PaulPembroke: This was supposed to be Cooke's way of paying for what he'd done to me!{Neutral} Whatever. I don't need the money that bad. 50-50 it is.X1a
1055000457CFPaulPembroke: This was supposed to be Cooke's way of paying for what he'd done to me!{Suspicious} Why do you need the money so bad?PaulPembroke: It's Darcy. I've been nothing but a disappointment to her.Y1a
1056MS13EDivideSpoilsPayPaul00012F3ANPCMPaulPembroke: Have you got my money yet?{Friendly} Yeah, here you go.PaulPembroke: Least you could do. You already screwed me out of what was rightfully mine.A1a
1057NPCMPaulPembroke: Have you got my money yet?{Apologetic} I don't have the caps on me right now.PaulPembroke: Least you could do. You already screwed me out of what was rightfully mine.A2a
105800012F16NPCMPaulPembroke: Have you got my money yet?{Neutral} Not yet.PaulPembroke: Unbelievable.B1a
10590000F788NPCMPaulPembroke: Have you got my money yet?{Apologetic} I need more time.PaulPembroke: I'm getting tired of waiting for what's rightfully mine.X1a
10600000F76CNPCMPaulPembroke: Have you got my money yet?{Question} What do I owe you again?PaulPembroke: You're something else. 500 caps, remember? The crumbs you left me from the Latimer ambush.Y1a
1061MS13PaulIntroAlone00044237PaulPembroke: Just get him to leave Darcy alone.{SinisterSmile} I'll make sure Cooke gets the message.PaulPembroke: Good. Don't kill him if you don't have to, but otherwise... I don't care what you do to him. He deserves to suffer for what he's done.A1a
106200044236PaulPembroke: Just get him to leave Darcy alone.{SinisterSmile} Don't worry. I'll make him suffer.PaulPembroke: Good. I hope you don't have to kill him, but you can make it as painful as you want. He deserves whatever he gets.B1a
106300044235PaulPembroke: Just get him to leave Darcy alone.{SinisterSmile} I'll get it done, no matter what.PaulPembroke: Good. Don't kill him if you don't have to, but otherwise... I don't care what you do to him. He deserves to suffer for what he's done.X1a
106400044234PaulPembroke: Just get him to leave Darcy alone.{Question} How far do you want me to go?PaulPembroke: As far as you need to. I don't want him dead, but otherwise... He deserves to suffer for what he's done.Y1a
1065MS13PaulIntroScene00081592PaulPembroke: Okay, good. Good. I'm sure Cooke will back down once he sees you're with me.{SinisterSmile} Let's go. You do the talking, I'll be the intimidating presence.PaulPembroke: All right. Come on.A1a
106600081591PaulPembroke: I don't know why I expected you to help me.{Neutral} Let's get this over with.PaulPembroke: Okay. Come on.B1a
106700081590PaulPembroke: Uh. Well... okay. I can only pay you 80 caps right now, but I'll scrape together more after we take care of Cooke.{Confident} This will work better if I talk to Cooke by myself.PaulPembroke: You're probably right. I'm so angry at Cooke, I might lose control.X1a
10680008158FPlayer Default: If you're just going to talk to him, why do you need me along?{Puzzled} If you're just going to talk to him, why do you need me along?PaulPembroke: I don't want to hurt Cooke, but if he doesn't listen to me... I don't know what I might do.Y1a
10690003CD78NPCMPaulPembroke: Hey. You there. I, uh... I have a question for you.{Friendly} Go ahead, I'm listening.PaulPembroke: You were in the Taphouse before, when...A1a
10700003CD77NPCMPaulPembroke: Hey. You there. I, uh... I have a question for you.{Neutral} Not interested.PaulPembroke: Wait, just hear me out. I'll make it worth your while.B1a
10710003CD76NPCMPaulPembroke: Hey. You there. I, uh... I have a question for you.{Neutral} I don't really have time for this.PaulPembroke: You were in the Taphouse before, when...X1a
10720003CD75NPCMPaulPembroke: Hey. You there. I, uh... I have a question for you.{Question} What do you want?PaulPembroke: You were in the Taphouse before, when...Y1a
10730003CD6FPlayer Default: You were in the Taphouse before, when...{Friendly} You and the bartender got in a fight.PaulPembroke: Nice of you to call it a fight. But we both know what really happened. Cooke kicked my ass.A1a
10740003CD6EPlayer Default: You were in the Taphouse before, when...{Disgust} You got your ass kicked by your wife's lover.PaulPembroke: Yeah. Pretty pathetic, right?B1a
10750003CD6DPlayer Default: You were in the Taphouse before, when...{Amused} You got beaten up by the bartender.PaulPembroke: Yeah. Good old Henry Cooke, everybody's best pal. Especially Darcy's.X1a
10760003CD6CPlayer Default: You were in the Taphouse before, when...{Puzzled} You tried to punch out the bartender. What was that all about?PaulPembroke: I thought it was dead obvious. Cooke is sleeping with my wife.Y1a
10770003CD63PaulPembroke: Until he decides he's bored with her and she comes crawling back home to me.{Concerned} Sounds like a tough situation.PaulPembroke: You don't know the half of it. But I'm not just going to sit here and let Cooke steal my wife and destroy my family.A1a
10780003CD62PaulPembroke: Guy's sleeping with my wife, and I can't even do anything about it.{Irritated} Everybody's got their problems, pal.PaulPembroke: No, I need your help. I'll... I'll pay you. I've got some money, and I can get more.B1a
10790003CD61PaulPembroke: I'm supposed to pretend I don't know he's sleeping with her. Until he decides he's bored with her and she comes crawling back home to me.{Neutral} A sad story, but nothing to do with me.PaulPembroke: No, I need your help. I'll... I'll pay you. I've got some money, and I can get more.X1a
10800003CD60Player Default: And I'm supposed to just pretend I don't know. Until Cooke decides he's bored with her and she comes crawling back home to me.{Puzzled} So where do I come in?PaulPembroke: I'm going to go back and talk to him. And I want you to come with me.Y1a
10810003CD53PaulPembroke: You saw, he won't take me seriously otherwise. I don't want to have to really hurt him, I just want him to leave Darcy alone.{Friendly} Okay. I'll help you.PaulPembroke: Okay, good. Good. I'm sure Cooke will back down once he sees you're with me.A1a
10820003CD52PaulPembroke: You saw, he won't take me seriously otherwise. I don't want to have to really hurt him, I just want him to leave Darcy alone.{Irritated} Still not interested.Companion: Yeah, I didn't want to play nursemaid for this wimp.B1a
1083PaulPembroke: You saw, he won't take me seriously otherwise. I don't want to have to really hurt him, I just want him to leave Darcy alone.{Neutral} Not interested. You'll have to solve your own problems.Companion: Yeah, I didn't want to play nursemaid for this wimp.B2a
10840003CD51PaulPembroke: You saw, he won't take me seriously otherwise. I don't want to have to really hurt him, I just want him to leave Darcy alone.{Neutral} You're going to have to make it worth my while.Companion: Askin' for caps might make the job go down a bit easier.X1a
1085-0001DAD6What was that argument about?
108600088090{Conspiratorial} Cooke has a plan to make us both rich. Ambush a chem deal set up by him and Nelson Latimer. Interested?
1087{Conspiratorial} I found out about a chem deal Cooke had set up. Want to help me ambush it, take everything for ourselves?
1088{Conspiratorial} What are you going to do now?
10890003A606{Stern} Don't move.

MS13ColetteRevengePaulEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1090MS13ColetteRevengePaulScene0008E9F3NPCFDarcyPembroke: Paul's dead! Some woman showed up and just shot him! Why would anyone want to kill Paul?{Neutral} That was probably Henry Cooke's daughter. She may have thought that Paul killed him.DarcyPembroke: What? That doesn't make any sense. Paul never hurt anybody in his life.A1a
10910008E9F2NPCFDarcyPembroke: Paul's dead! Some woman showed up and just shot him! Why would anyone want to kill Paul?{Neutral} Nothing to do with me.DarcyPembroke: My god, it's all so senseless. Now what will I do?B1a
10920008E9F1NPCFDarcyPembroke: Paul's dead! Some woman showed up and just shot him! Why would anyone want to kill Paul?{Neutral} I have no idea.DarcyPembroke: My god, it's all so senseless. Now what will I do?X1a
10930008E9F0NPCFDarcyPembroke: Paul's dead! Some woman showed up and just shot him! Why would anyone want to kill Paul?{Question} Did she say anything before she shot him?DarcyPembroke: Something about "I know you killed him"... it doesn't make any sense. Paul never hurt anybody in his life.Y1a

MS13CookeDiesEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1094MS13CookeDiesColetteIntro0008C113NPCFColette: Got a minute? Drink's on me.{Friendly} I've always got a minute for a free drink.Colette: Well pull up a chair then.A1a
10950008C112NPCFColette: Got a minute? Drink's on me.{Neutral} Not interested.Colette: How about the direct approach, then.B1a
10960008C111NPCFColette: Got a minute? Drink's on me.{Suspicious} I assume you don't buy every stranger a drink.Colette: Only the handsome ones. Why don't you pull up a chair?X1a
10970008C110NPCFColette: Got a minute? Drink's on me.{Question} What do you want?Colette: I prefer the direct approach anyway.Y1a
10980008C10AColette: I'm in town looking for Henry Cooke. Do you know where I might find him?{Friendly} I wish I could help you, but I don't know where he is.Colette: Alright, thanks. I'll be around. I'd appreciate it if you let me know if you hear anything.A1a
1099Colette: I'm in town looking for Henry Cooke. Do you know where I might find him?{Neutral} He left town, one step ahead of some local thugs.Colette: Alright, thanks. I'll be around. I'd appreciate it if you let me know if you hear anything.A2a
1100Colette: I'm in town looking for Henry Cooke. Do you know where I might find him?{Somber} He's dead.Colette: Alright, thanks. I'll be around. I'd appreciate it if you let me know if you hear anything.A3a
11010008C109Colette: I'm in town looking for Henry Cooke. Do you know where I might find him?{Neutral} I haven't seen him.Colette: Okay. I'm just asking everybody around town.B1a
11020008C108Colette: I'm in town looking for Henry Cooke. Do you know where I might find him?{Apologetic} Sorry, I barely know the guy.Colette: Okay. I'm just asking everybody around town.X1a
1103MS13CookeDiesColetteInvestigation0008EA1CColette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Apologetic} I wish I could help you, but I don't know where he is.Colette: Alright, thanks. He seems to have vanished off the face of the earth.A1a
1104Colette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Friendly} I already told you, he had to leave town.Colette: Alright, thanks. He seems to have vanished off the face of the earth.A2a
1105Colette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Neutral} He left town, one step ahead of some local thugs.Colette: Alright, thanks. He seems to have vanished off the face of the earth.A3a
1106Colette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Somber} He's dead.Colette: Alright, thanks. He seems to have vanished off the face of the earth.A4a
11070008EA1BColette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Irritated} I'm not answering any more questions.Colette: I say you are.B1a
1108Colette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Irritated} We're done.Colette: I say you are.B2a
11090008EA1AColette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Neutral} I've told you everything I know.Colette: Okay. Sorry about the third degree. Sometimes my suspicious nature gets the better of me.X1a
11100008EA19Colette: I'm not convinced you've told me everything you know about Henry Cooke's disappearance.{Question} Why are you looking for him?Colette: Fair question. He's my father. I hadn't heard from him in a while, so I came to town to check up on him.Y1a
11110008CA41NPCFColette: Hold up. I need some answers from you.{Friendly} I'm glad to help.Colette: Good for you.A1a
11120008CA40NPCFColette: Hold up. I need some answers from you.{Irritated} Leave me alone.Colette: Not until you've answered my question.B1a
11130008CA3FNPCFColette: Hold up. I need some answers from you.{Neutral} Make it quick.Colette: That's up to you.X1a
11140008CA3ENPCFColette: Hold up. I need some answers from you.{Question} What now?Y1a
1115MS13CookeDiesColetteInvestigationAccuse0008E9FE{Somber} It's true. I did kill him.Colette: You son of a bitch.A1a
11160008E9FD{Stern} Paul's lying. He's the one who killed Cooke.Colette: I should just kill you both. One of you killed my father.B1a
11170008E9FC{Neutral} I don't know who killed him, but it wasn't me.Colette: I should kill you just in case. But I don't kill people unless I'm sure they need killing. And I'm not sure about you. Yet.X1a
11180008E9FB{Question} Have you considered that Paul is using you to get back at me?Colette: I should just kill you both. One of you killed my father.Y1a
1119MS13CookeDiesColetteInvestigationDisbelieve0008EA0C{Neutral} I helped him double-cross some chem dealers.Colette: That sounds like my dad, alright. Damn it. Then this was all a wild goose chase.A1a
11200008EA0B{Angry} I don't like being called a liar.Colette: Okay. I may have crossed the line there. I'll leave you to your secrets. I guess you did try to help me out.B1a
11210008EA0A{Conspiratorial} For 100 caps I'll tell you everything I know.Colette: Okay, I'll bite. Here's the money. Now tell me what you know.X1a
1122MS13CookeDiesColetteInvestigationVanished0008EA14{Neutral} I helped him double-cross some chem dealers.Colette: Well that sounds like him.A1a
11230008EA13{Defiant} It's none of your business.Colette: Well. Okay. You must have your reasons. I do appreciate you letting me know that he's still alive.B1a
1124{Stern} This conversation is over.Colette: Well. Okay. You must have your reasons. I do appreciate you letting me know that he's still alive.B2a
11250008EA12{Confident} I'd rather not say. But it's true.Colette: Well. Okay. You must have your reasons. I do appreciate you letting me know that he's still alive.X1a
1126{Defiant} Your threats don't scare me.Colette: Well. Okay. You must have your reasons. I do appreciate you letting me know that he's still alive.X2a
1127MS13CookeDiesIntroFlirt0008C96FColette: You going to sit down? Kind of awkward looking up at you like this.{Flirting} Tell me about yourself.A1a
11280008C96EColette: You going to sit down? Kind of awkward looking up at you like this.{Apologetic} You're not really my type.B1a
11290008C96DColette: You going to sit down? Kind of awkward looking up at you like this.{Neutral} Get to the point, if you have one.X1a
11300008C96CColette: You going to sit down? Kind of awkward looking up at you like this.{Question} What do you want?Y1a
1131MS13CookeDiesPaulIntro0008F62ENPCMPaulPembroke: Have you run into that woman looking for Cooke?{Puzzled} Yeah, Colette. I talked to her.PaulPembroke: What did you tell her?A1a
11320008F62DNPCMPaulPembroke: Have you run into that woman looking for Cooke?{Puzzled} I don't know what you're talking about.PaulPembroke: I'm sure she'll track you down eventually. Her name is Colette. Says she's Cooke's daughter, for god's sake.B1a
11330008F62CNPCMPaulPembroke: Have you run into that woman looking for Cooke?{Thinking} I can't remember.PaulPembroke: You can't be serious. She's asking everybody in town about Cooke. Says she's his daughter, for god's sake.X1a
11340008F62BNPCMPaulPembroke: Have you run into that woman looking for Cooke?{Puzzled} What woman?PaulPembroke: Colette. Says she's Cooke's daughter. I didn't even know he had a daughter, but I guess it's not surprising.Y1a
11350008F615PaulPembroke: The question is, what are we going to do about her?{Confident} Stay calm. There's no need to panic.PaulPembroke: Easy for you to say. I have my family to think about. I'll just to have to deal with her myself.A1a
11360008F614PaulPembroke: The question is, what are we going to do about her?{SinisterSmile} The simple solution is just to kill her.PaulPembroke: You're right. It's the only way to protect ourselves. Who should do it - you or me?B1a
11370008F613PaulPembroke: The question is, what are we going to do about her?{Neutral} I don't care what you do.PaulPembroke: You're no help. I'll have to take care of this myself. I have to protect my family.X1a
11380008F612PaulPembroke: The question is, what are we going to do about her?{Question} What do you think we should do?PaulPembroke: I don't think we have much of a choice at this point. It's her or us. The only question is, who should do it?Y1a
1139MS13CookeDiesPaulScared0008F61D{Confident} She's not going to come kill us.PaulPembroke: I hope you're right. I really do.A1a
11400008F61C{Neutral} Maybe we should kill her first.PaulPembroke: My god... that seems... drastic.B1a
11410008F61B{Confident} You worry too much, Paul.PaulPembroke: I don't think so. She seems like a very dangerous person. Possibly irrational.X1a
11420008F61A{Question} Why do you think she wants to kill us?PaulPembroke: Cooke was her father! We killed him! If she finds out... she seems like a very dangerous person.Y1a
1143MS13CookeDiesPaulTalkedToColette0008F629{Confident} I told her he left town.PaulPembroke: Good. I hope she believed you. She seemed pretty dangerous.A1a
1144{Confident} I told her I killed him.PaulPembroke: Good. I hope she believed you. She seemed pretty dangerous.A2a
1145{Confident} I told her he's dead.PaulPembroke: Good. I hope she believed you. She seemed pretty dangerous.A3a
1146{Confident} I told her I didn't know what happened to him.PaulPembroke: Good. I hope she believed you. She seemed pretty dangerous.A4a
11470008F628{Confident} Don't worry, I didn't tell her anything.PaulPembroke: That's good for now. But, what if she keeps digging? She might eventually decide one of us is to blame.B1a
11480008F627{Neutral} Don't worry about it.PaulPembroke: You can't be serious. She's asking everybody in town about Cooke. Says she's his daughter, for god's sake.X1a
11490008F626{Question} What difference does it make?PaulPembroke: You can't be serious. She's asking everybody in town about Cooke. Says she's his daughter, for god's sake.Y1a
1150MS13CookeDiesPaulWhoShouldKill0008F60C{Confident} I'll do it.PaulPembroke: Good. I mean... that's probably the best idea. I, uh... good luck.A1a
11510008F60B{Neutral} I'm not doing it. You do whatever you want.PaulPembroke: Okay, if you won't help, I will do it. I'm not afraid anymore.B1a
11520008F60A{Stern} You should be the one to do it.PaulPembroke: Okay, if you won't help, I will do it. I'm not afraid anymore.X1a
11530008F609{Question} Who do you think should do it?PaulPembroke: I mean, I not a violent person. So... just from the standpoint of who's more likely to succeed... I think it should be you.Y1a
1154MS13CookeDiesTellColette0008C968{Somber} I killed him.Colette: I thought so.A1a
1155{Apologetic} I wish I could help, but I don't know how he died.Colette: I thought so.A2a
1156{Somber} He double-crossed some chem dealers he was working with.Colette: I thought so.A3a
1157{Somber} He was sleeping with somebody's wife. The somebody found out.Colette: I thought so.A4a
11580008C967{Neutral} I have no idea.Colette: Oh. Okay. Thanks for letting me know.B1a
11590008C966{Confident} It doesn't matter.Colette: You're right. He's dead. Nothing's going to bring him back.X1a
1160{Confident} It was nothing to do with me.Colette: You're right. He's dead. Nothing's going to bring him back.X2a
11610008C95BColette: Why should I let you live?{Apologetic} I'm sorry he ended up dead.A1a
1162Colette: Why should I let you live?{Apologetic} He got caught in the cross-fire while we were double-crossing some chem dealers.A2a
1163Colette: Why should I let you live?{Somber} He was sleeping with somebody's wife. The husband hired me to put a stop to it.A3a
11640008C95AColette: You're going to tell me what you know or it's going to turn into a very bad day for you.{Angry} Nobody points a gun at me.B1a
11650008C959Colette: I think you know something, and you're going to tell me. Now.{Defiant} Killing me won't change anything. But it might get you killed, too.Colette: You're right. He's dead. Nothing's going to bring him back.X1a
11660008C958Player Default: Why are you looking for him?{Question} What if I don't tell you?Colette: I hate smartasses.Y1a
1167MS13CookeDiesTellColetteVanished0008CA48None of your business.Colette: I'll be the judge of that. But thanks for the tip.B1a
11680008CA47I'd rather not say. But it's true.Colette: Sure, we all have our secrets. Thanks for the tip.X1a

MS13FindPhotoEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1169MS13FindPhotoCooke0008B689HenryCooke: Of course I do.{Friendly} Here, it's yours.HenryCooke: Really? You just gave it to me? Ha ha! Here I thought you came to shake me down.A1a
11700008B688HenryCooke: Of course I do.{Neutral} Never mind. I think I'll hang on to it.HenryCooke: I get it. You think you can get more from Marowski. Go for it. Thing is, I'm not actually scared of him and his low-rent wiseguys.B1a
11710008B687HenryCooke: Of course I do.{SinisterSmile} The price would have to be right.HenryCooke: I'll pay you 300 caps to save myself from being hassled by Marowski's low-rent wiseguys. Take it or leave it.X1a
11720008B686HenryCooke: Of course I do.{Thinking} How much do you think Marowski would pay me for this photo?HenryCooke: Go ahead and find out. I'll give you 300 caps right now, if you want to save yourself the walk... and having to talk to Marowski.Y1a
1173HenryCooke: Of course I do.{Puzzled} What's that you're standing in front of in the picture?HenryCooke: Go ahead and find out. I'll give you 300 caps right now, if you want to save yourself the walk... and having to talk to Marowski.Y2a
11740008B681Player Default: Here, take it. Maybe I'll start relying on the kindness of strangers more.{Friendly} Deal. Here's the photo.HenryCooke: Okay then. I think we're done here.A1a
11750008B680Player Default: So, here's my offer. 300 caps. If you think you can get a better offer somewhere else, be my guest.{Neutral} I'll have to think about it.HenryCooke: Suit yourself.B1a
11760008B67FPlayer Default: I'll pay you 300 caps to save myself from being hassled by Marowski's low-rent wiseguys. Take it or leave it.{Concerned} I think it's worth a lot more than that.HenryCooke: Okay, I'll play the game. 500 caps. But that's it.X1a
11770008B67EPlayer Default: Go ahead and find out. I'll give you 300 caps right now, if you want to save yourself the walk... and having to talk to Marowski.{Puzzled} So how do you go from the Marowski Heist to running a bar?HenryCooke: I have many layers. Seriously though, I used that score to buy the Taphouse.Y1a
1178Player Default: Go ahead and find out. I'll give you 300 caps right now, if you want to save yourself the walk... and having to talk to Marowski.{Puzzled} What's this a picture of anyway?HenryCooke: I have many layers. Seriously though, I used that score to buy the Taphouse.Y2a
1179MS13FindPhotoCookeIntro0008B68D{Neutral} Darcy gave it to me. She found it in Paul's things.HenryCooke: I can't believe that idiot hung onto it.A1a
1180{Neutral} Darcy had it.HenryCooke: I can't believe that idiot hung onto it.A2a
11810008B68C{Stern} None of your business.HenryCooke: Doesn't matter anyway. You've got it. I want it.B1a
11820008B68B{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. / Neutral} It doesn't matter.HenryCooke: You're right. You've got it, I want it.X1a
1183MS13FindPhotoLatimer0008B68A{Question} Do you know what photo I'm talking about?HenryCooke: I've got a pretty good idea. Me, Paul Pembroke and Malcolm Latimer, looking about 20 years younger.Y1a
1184000A7CDD{Question} You still willing to pay me for the photo I found?MalcolmLatimer: Yes. 600 caps. Cash.A
1185{Question} I found an old photograph of you. I thought you might want it back.MalcolmLatimer: Yes. 600 caps. Cash.A
1186{Question} Do you still want this photograph I found?MalcolmLatimer: Yes. 600 caps. Cash.A
11870008B69FMalcolmLatimer: Ah, yes, of course. Please, I'd like to see it.{Friendly} Here you go.MalcolmLatimer: Thank you. You did the right thing bringing this to me. I feel a small reward is in order. Here you go.A1a
11880008B69EMalcolmLatimer: Ah, yes, of course. Please, I'd like to see it.{Neutral} Never mind. I think I'll hang on to it.MalcolmLatimer: No, you don't want to do that. I'll, uh, I'll pay you for it. Handsomely. Let's say... 400 caps?B1a
11890008B69DMalcolmLatimer: Ah, yes, of course. Please, I'd like to see it.{Conspiratorial} The price would have to be right.MalcolmLatimer: Of course. I'm happy to pay you a generous finder's fee. Let's say... 400 caps?X1a
11900008B69CMalcolmLatimer: Ah, yes, of course. Please, I'd like to see it.{SinisterSmile} How much do you think Marowski would pay me for this photo?MalcolmLatimer: Why trek all the way to Goodneighbor, when I could just pay you for the photo right now? Let's say... 400 caps?Y1a
1191MalcolmLatimer: Ah, yes, of course. Please, I'd like to see it.{Impressed} You were pretty handsome when you were younger. What's that you're standing in front of?MalcolmLatimer: Why trek all the way to Goodneighbor, when I could just pay you for the photo right now? Let's say... 400 caps?Y2a
11920008B697Player Default: Thank you. You did the right thing bringing this to me. I feel a small reward is in order. Here you go.{Friendly} Works for me. Here's the photo. Enjoy.MalcolmLatimer: And here is your money. You did the right thing bringing this to me. And now - good bye. I don't see any need for us to ever speak again.A1a
11930008B696Player Default: No, you don't want to do that. I'll, uh, I'll pay you for it. Handsomely. Let's say... 400 caps?{Neutral} I'll have to think about it.MalcolmLatimer: Don't be a fool. You're walking away from 600 caps, cash, right now.B1a
11940008B695Player Default: Of course. I'm happy to pay you a generous finder's fee. Let's say... 400 caps?{SinisterSmile} I think it's worth a lot more than that.MalcolmLatimer: You're right. But don't push your luck. I'll give you 600 caps for it, but that's as high as I can go.X1a
11950008B694Player Default: Why trek all the way to Goodneighbor, when I could just pay you for the photo right now? Let's say... 400 caps?{Puzzled} How did you get involved in something like the Marowski Heist?MalcolmLatimer: You wouldn't know it to look at me now, but I grew up a Lower. I ran with a rough crowd back then.Y1a
1196Player Default: Why trek all the way to Goodneighbor, when I could just pay you for the photo right now? Let's say... 400 caps?{Puzzled} What's this a picture of anyway?MalcolmLatimer: You wouldn't know it to look at me now, but I grew up a Lower. I ran with a rough crowd back then.Y2a
1197MS13FindPhotoMarowski000A7CDD{Conspiratorial} Hey Marowski. I have something you might want, if the price is right.Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.A
11980008AF3BPlayer Default: Take a look.{Friendly} Take a look.Marowski: Holy fucking shit. Pembroke, Cooke and Latimer. Those fucking assholes!A1a
11990008AF3APlayer Default: Fine. 500 caps, if this is what you say it is.{Neutral} I changed my mind.Marowski: They get dumber every year.B1a
12000008AF39Player Default: Sure, whatever. Here's your 500 caps. Now let me see that picture.{Apologetic} I just remembered, I don't have the photo on me. I'll bring it to you later.Marowski: We'll see about that, asshole.X1a
12010008AF38Player Default: Why would you pay me after you'd seen the photo?{Question} Why is this such a big deal to you?Marowski: Because whoever did this ruined my life. I was on my way to running this whole town.Y1a
12020008A749Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.{Question} What if I told you I had a photograph of the guys that knocked over your chem warehouse 20 years ago?Marowski: What? What?! Yeah, you better let me see that.A1a
1203Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.{Thinking} I found this old photo. Three guys in front of a warehouse with your name on it.Marowski: What? What?! Yeah, you better let me see that.A2a
12040008A748Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.{Neutral} Never mind then.Marowski: This is what I deal with, day and night.B1a
12050008A747Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.{Neutral} Never mind. It's not important.Marowski: This is what I deal with, day and night.X1a
12060008A746Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.{Question} Hey, did you ever catch the guys that stole all those chems from you 20 years ago?Marowski: Are you jerking my chain? Everybody knows I never caught those guys. But don't think I've given up. I won't ever give up.Y1a
1207Marowski: You better not be wasting my time.{Question} Any interest in an old photo I found? Three guys in front of a warehouse with your name on it?Marowski: Are you jerking my chain? Everybody knows I never caught those guys. But don't think I've given up. I won't ever give up.Y2a
12080008A737Player Default: What? What?! Yeah, you better let me see that.{Friendly} Take a look.Marowski: Holy fucking shit. Pembroke, Cooke and Latimer. Those fucking assholes!A1a
12090008A736Player Default: This is what I deal with, day and night.{Defiant} Not until we agree on a price.Marowski: Fine. 500 caps, if this is what you say it is.B1a
12100008A735Player Default: This is what I deal with, day and night.{Stern} You don't see the photo until I get paid.Marowski: Sure, whatever. Here's your 500 caps. Now let me see that picture.X1a
12110008A734Player Default: What? What?! Yeah, you better let me see that.{Suspicious} Why would you pay me after you'd seen the photo?Marowski: If this is what you say it is, I'll be happy to pay you. But I gotta see it first.Y1a
1212MS13FindPhotoMarowskiCollectReward000A7CDDYou owe me some caps, Marowski. Cooke and Latimer are dead.Marowski: Finally! Payback is sweet.A
1213Hey Marowski. Malcolm Latimer's dead.Marowski: Finally! Payback is sweet.A
1214Hey Marowski. I took care of Cooke for you.Marowski: Finally! Payback is sweet.A
1215MS13FindPhotoMarowskiHirePlayer0008AF27Marowski: The making people dead kind of payback. And the pay is 300 caps each for Cooke and Latimer.{Confident} Yeah, I'll do it.Companion: Sounds like a deal to me.A1a
12160008AF26Marowski: The making people dead kind of payback. And the pay is 300 caps each for Cooke and Latimer.{Neutral} No, not interested.Companion: Are you kiddin' me? I can't believe you're passin' on a payday like it was nothin'.B1a
12170008AF25Marowski: The making people dead kind of payback. And the pay is 300 caps each for Cooke and Latimer.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. / Neutral} I'll do it for 400 each.Companion: Uppin' the ante? I like it.X1a
1218Marowski: The making people dead kind of payback. And the pay is 300 caps each for Cooke and Latimer.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. / Neutral} I'll do it for 400.Companion: Uppin' the ante? I like it.X2a
1219MS13FindPhotoMarowskiOfferJob0008AF33Marowski: If you're looking to make some more off of this thing, there's now some payback to deal out. Interested?{Confident} Sure.Companion: Sounds like a deal to me.A1a
12200008AF32Marowski: If you're looking to make some more off of this thing, there's now some payback to deal out. Interested?{Neutral} No, we're done.Companion: Are you kiddin' me? I can't believe you're passin' on a payday like it was nothin'.B1a
12210008AF31Marowski: If you're looking to make some more off of this thing, there's now some payback to deal out. Interested?{Thinking} Depends on what kind of payback, and how much I get paid.Marowski: The making people dead kind of payback. And the pay is 300 caps each for Cooke and Latimer.X1a
12220008AF30Marowski: If you're looking to make some more off of this thing, there's now some payback to deal out. Interested?{Question} What kind of payback, and what's the pay?Marowski: The making people dead kind of payback. And the pay is 300 caps each for Cooke and Latimer.Y1a
1223MS13FindPhotoMarowskiQuestionA0008A743{Neutral} Yeah. I have an old photograph of the three guys who did it.Marowski: The hell you do. Let me see it!A1a
12240008A742{Neutral} No, just curious.Marowski: Well then stop wasting my time. For fuck's sake.B1a
12250008A741{Confident} Maybe. I have a photograph that I might sell you, if the price was right.Marowski: Let me see this photo and I'll tell you what I'll pay for it.X1a
12260008A740{Question} What would it be worth to you if I did?Marowski: That depends on what you know. And if you can prove it or not.Y1a
1227-0008B693You still looking to buy that photo I found?
1228I found an old photograph of you. I thought you might want it back.
1229Do you still want this photograph I found?

MS13MarowskiRevengeEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1230MS13MarowskiRevengePayment00087933NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Neutral} Here's your money.Marowski: This is a one-time thing, you understand. Don't cross me again.A1a
1231NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Apologetic} I don't have the money yet.Marowski: This is a one-time thing, you understand. Don't cross me again.A4a
123200087932NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Neutral} Never mind.Marowski: You're one of the dumbest assholes I've ever had to deal with. And that's saying a lot.B1a
1233NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Neutral} I was just leaving.Marowski: You're one of the dumbest assholes I've ever had to deal with. And that's saying a lot.B2a
123400087931NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Sarcastic} I just wanted to check if you were as fat and ugly as I remembered.Marowski: You're one of the dumbest assholes I've ever had to deal with. And that's saying a lot.X1a
1235NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Stern} That's my business.Marowski: You're one of the dumbest assholes I've ever had to deal with. And that's saying a lot.X2a
123600087930NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. / Conspiratorial} What if I could tell you who knocked over your chem warehouse 20 years ago?Marowski: If you really had that kind of information, I'd consider us square. I've been looking for those assholes forever.Y1a
1237NPCMMarowski: Too late. Your time's run out.{Pleading} Can't you give me a little more time?Marowski: If you really had that kind of information, I'd consider us square. I've been looking for those assholes forever.Y2a
1238MS13MarowskiRevengePhoto00091939{Neutral} Take a look.Marowski: Holy fucking shit. Pembroke, Cooke and Latimer. Those fucking assholes!A1a
123900091938{Neutral} Never mind.Marowski: You're wasting my time. What about my money?B1a
124000091937{Neutral} I'll let you know if I find anything out.Marowski: You do that. Now what about my money?X1a
1241MS13MarowskiRevengeScene00084E5ENPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Puzzled} I understand you wanted to see me.Marowski: You know exactly what this is about.A1a
1242NPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Puzzled} You seem upset about something.Marowski: You know exactly what this is about.A2a
124300084E5DNPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Neutral} Your goons said you wanted to talk to me.Marowski: Don't make me regret giving you a chance to make this right.B1a
1244NPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Defiant} I go wherever I want.Marowski: Don't make me regret giving you a chance to make this right.B2a
124500084E5CNPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Puzzled} I don't know what you're talking about.Marowski: The fuck you don't.X1a
124600084E5BNPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Question} I got your message. What do you want?Marowski: You know exactly what this is about.Y1a
1247NPCMMarowski: You and me, we're not done.{Question} Do we have some kind of problem?Marowski: You know exactly what this is about.Y2a
124800084E54Marowski: Now you do. Those were my chems you took when you ambushed Trish.{Apologetic} I'm sorry. I didn't know those were your chems.Marowski: That's a good start.A1a
124900084E53Marowski: Now you do. Those were my chems you took when you ambushed Trish.{Confident} I didn't steal your chems.Marowski: That's not what Trish says. And she has a little bit more credibility than you do. So I guess we're done here.B1a
125000084E52Marowski: Now you do. Those were my chems you took when you ambushed Trish.{Neutral} You win some, you lose some. That's business.Marowski: That's not how I do business.X1a
125100084E51Marowski: Now you do. Those were my chems you took when you ambushed Trish.{Question} What makes you think I had anything to do with that?Marowski: Here's a tip. When you steal from me, don't leave witnesses. Makes it real easy to figure out who did it.Y1a
125200084E45Marowski: Here's the deal. You pay me 2000 caps, and I'll forget this ever happened. Just this once.{Apologetic} You're a reasonable man, Marowski. Here's your money. No hard feelings, I hope.Marowski: This is a one-time thing, you understand. Don't cross me again.A1a
1253Marowski: Here's the deal. You pay me 2000 caps, and I'll forget this ever happened. Just this once.{Apologetic} I'll pay you, but I'll need some time to get it together.Marowski: This is a one-time thing, you understand. Don't cross me again.A2a
125400084E44Marowski: Here's the deal. You pay me 2000 caps, and I'll forget this ever happened. Just this once.{Defiant} Not a chance.Marowski: Then we're done here.B1a
125500084E43Marowski: Here's the deal. You pay me 2000 caps, and I'll forget this ever happened. Just this once.{Friendly} Be reasonable. That's way more than those chems were worth.Marowski: You probably don't even have it, do you? I don't know why I'm doing this, but... fine. 1000 caps to square things. You've got a week.X1a
125600084E42Marowski: Here's the deal. You pay me 2000 caps, and I'll forget this ever happened. Just this once.{Question} So what if I don't pay you?Marowski: If you really had that kind of information, I'd consider us square. I've been looking for those assholes forever.Y2a
1257-00084E61{Question} Marowski, right?
1258{Neutral} Hey, Marowski.
125900084E56{Apologetic} I didn't know those were your chems. Sorry about that.

MS13NelsonDiesEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1260MS13NelsonDiesAccusePlayer000838CANPCMMalcolmLatimer: We're not done.{Question} What seems to be the problem?MalcolmLatimer: The problem is that I've learned that you killed my son Nelson. Is this true?A1a
1261000838C9NPCMMalcolmLatimer: We're not done.{Irritated} Buzz off, old man.MalcolmLatimer: Shut up, you punk. Did you kill my son Nelson? Did you?B1a
1262000838C8NPCMMalcolmLatimer: We're not done.{Puzzled} I think you have me confused with someone else.MalcolmLatimer: Oh, I know who you are. I don't know why they let scum like you into the city.X1a
1263000838C7NPCMMalcolmLatimer: We're not done.{Question} Is there a problem?MalcolmLatimer: The problem is that I've learned that you killed my son Nelson. Is this true?Y1a
1264000838C2Player Default: The problem is that I've learned that you killed my son Nelson. Is this true?{Somber} Yes, it's true. I killed him.MalcolmLatimer: You son of a bitch. At least tell me one thing. Why did you do it?A1a
1265000838C1Player Default: Shut up, you punk. Did you kill my son Nelson? Did you?{Angry} I didn't kill Nelson. Whoever told you that was lying.MalcolmLatimer: Hmm. You are an easy target for anyone trying to shift blame off themselves.B1a
1266000838C0Player Default: What I want to know is, did you kill my son Nelson?{Sarcastic} I'm not sure. I don't always get the names of everyone I kill.MalcolmLatimer: My son's death is a joke to you? You son of a bitch. We'll see who has the last laugh.X1a
1267000838BFPlayer Default: The problem is that I've learned that you killed my son Nelson. Is this true?{Question} What makes you think I killed him?MalcolmLatimer: Marowski says so. One of his guys saw you do it. Murdered him in cold blood. I dare you to deny it to my face.Y1a
1268000838B5Player Default: You son of a bitch. At least tell me one thing. Why did you do it?{Somber} I'm sorry he's dead. Things just got out of hand.MalcolmLatimer: I appreciate that. Nelson, he... well, I know he was no choir boy.A1a
1269000838B4Player Default: I'm going to take you at your word. For now. But if I find out that you're the one lying...{Disgust} Neslon was a punk who was in way over his head. Good riddance.MalcolmLatimer: We'll see who's in over their heads, you outland dirt-humper. You're going to pay for what you did.B1a
1270000838B3Player Default: My son's death is a joke to you? You son of a bitch. We'll see who has the last laugh.{Apologetic} He was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.MalcolmLatimer: Is that what you tell yourself every time you murder someone? This time, you're going to pay for what you did.X1a
1271000838B2Player Default: What makes you think I killed him?{Question} Does it really matter?MalcolmLatimer: No, I guess it doesn't. My son is dead, and you're going to pay for that. Enjoy what's left of your life. It won't be long.Y1a
1272MS13NelsonDiesAccusePlayerResolve000922F7Player Default: Now you're sorry. But now it's too late.{Apologetic} Here. For what it's worth.MalcolmLatimer: Easy to say. Nothing changes until the caps are in my hands.A1a
1273Player Default: Now you're sorry. But now it's too late.{Apologetic} I'll pay you as soon as I have the money.MalcolmLatimer: Easy to say. Nothing changes until the caps are in my hands.A2a
1274000922F6Player Default: Or else what? You seem to think I have something else to lose. Get away from me.{Stern} Not a chance.MalcolmLatimer: As you like. I'd just as soon see you dead as get the money.B1a
1275000922F5Player Default: I'd rather see you dead, but... I'll give you a chance. 2000 caps, and I'll let you live.{Pleading} That's an awful lot of money.MalcolmLatimer: You disgust me. Go away.X1a
1276000922F4Player Default: I'd rather see you dead, but... I'll give you a chance. 2000 caps, and I'll let you live.{Question} And if I don't pay?MalcolmLatimer: You already know the answer to that. I have more than enough money to keep hiring thugs until one of them gets lucky.Y1a
127700083C84NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You'll pay for what you've done. I promise.{Apologetic} I'm sorry about your son. Really.MalcolmLatimer: Now you're sorry. But now it's too late.A1a
127800083C83NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You'll pay for what you've done. I promise.{Angry} You'd better leave me alone, or else.MalcolmLatimer: Or else what? You seem to think I have something else to lose. Get away from me.B1a
127900083C82NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You'll pay for what you've done. I promise.{Apologetic} I'm willing to make this right, in any way I can.MalcolmLatimer: You want to put a price on my son's death?X1a
128000083C81NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You'll pay for what you've done. I promise.{Question} Is there any way I can make this right?MalcolmLatimer: You want to put a price on my son's death?Y1a
1281MS13NelsonDiesAccusePlayerShiftBlame0008446ANPCMMalcolmLatimer: I'm still hoping you can help me find out who killed Nelson.{Conspiratorial} I heard it was Marowski. Nelson was buying chems from him.MalcolmLatimer: I know he was. And now it makes sense why Marowski would try to put the blame on you.A1a
128200084469NPCMMalcolmLatimer: I'm still hoping you can help me find out who killed Nelson.{Conspiratorial} I heard Paul Pembroke ambushed him during some kind of chem deal.MalcolmLatimer: Pembroke? Goddamn! I'm surprised he had the balls to do it, but it fits.B1a
128300084468NPCMMalcolmLatimer: I'm still hoping you can help me find out who killed Nelson.{Puzzled} I have no idea.MalcolmLatimer: Well. Alright. I'll take your word for it, for now. But if I hear that you were the one lying to me...X1a
128400084467NPCMMalcolmLatimer: I'm still hoping you can help me find out who killed Nelson.{Stern} I want to know who told you it was me.MalcolmLatimer: I heard it from Marowski. Low-life chem pusher from Goodneighbor. Maybe he has some reason to bring trouble down on you?Y1a
128500084462MalcolmLatimer: Too bad I can't kill him again, but somebody already took care of him. Karma's a bitch, isn't it?{Confident} You've got a deal. Paul is as good as dead.MalcolmLatimer: I hope so. Come back and talk to me when he's actually dead.A1a
128600084461MalcolmLatimer: Well. I guess he already got what was coming to him. Karma's a bitch, isn't it?{Neutral} You'll have to find someone else for this one.MalcolmLatimer: Don't worry. There are plenty of other low-lifes willing to kill for that kind of money.B1a
128700084460Player Default: Well. Alright. I'll take your word for it, for now. But if I hear that you were the one lying to me...{Conspiratorial} Make it worth my while. 300 caps.MalcolmLatimer: Fine. 300 caps to never have to look at Paul Pembroke again... sure.X1a
12880008445FPlayer Default: I want to know who told you it was me.{Concerned} What if I get caught?MalcolmLatimer: That would be your problem, wouldn't it? That's why I'm paying you the big bucks.Y1a
1289MS13NelsonDiesFindBody0008259FNPCMMalcolmLatimer: Excuse me. I could use your help.{Friendly} Sure. What do you need?MalcolmLatimer: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.A1a
12900008259ENPCMMalcolmLatimer: Excuse me. I could use your help.{Neutral} Sorry, not interested.MalcolmLatimer: Please. My son Nelson is missing. I'll pay you. Whatever you want.B1a
12910008259DNPCMMalcolmLatimer: Excuse me. I could use your help.{Neutral} I'm listening.MalcolmLatimer: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.X1a
12920008259CNPCMMalcolmLatimer: Excuse me. I could use your help.{Question} What do you need help with?MalcolmLatimer: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.Y1a
129300082597Player Default: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.{Somber} I already found Nelson. I'm afraid he's dead.MalcolmLatimer: What? Oh my god...A1a
1294Player Default: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.{Confident} I'll find your son.MalcolmLatimer: What? Oh my god...A2a
129500082596Player Default: Please. My son Nelson is missing. I'll pay you. Whatever you want.{Neutral} Not my problem.MalcolmLatimer: You Lowers are all the same.B1a
129600082595Player Default: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.{Conspiratorial} You can do better than that. 200 and you've got a deal.MalcolmLatimer: Well... okay. It is my son we're talking about. Just find him.X1a
129700082594Player Default: My son, Nelson. He's... missing. If you find him, I'll pay you. 100 caps. It's all I have available.{Question} Why not just ask Diamond City security to help?MalcolmLatimer: Are you serious? Those apes couldn't find their own asses if they were on fire.Y1a
1298MS13NelsonDiesFindBodyAlready0008258DMalcolmLatimer: He thought I didn't know about it. But I never stopped him. Maybe I was... proud of him. Making his way in the world, just like his old man...{Somber} I'm sorry I had to be the one to tell you.MalcolmLatimer: No, not your fault. I'd rather know. Better than always wondering what happened.A1a
12990008258CMalcolmLatimer: He thought I didn't know about it. But I never stopped him. Maybe I was... proud of him. Making his way in the world, just like his old man...{Irritated} Yeah, whatever. About my reward...MalcolmLatimer: Of course. Your money.B1a
13000008258BMalcolmLatimer: He thought I didn't know about it. But I never stopped him. Maybe I was... proud of him. Making his way in the world, just like his old man...{Neutral} I should be on my way.MalcolmLatimer: Uh, yes. And, I will still pay you what I promised. I'm a man of my word.X1a
13010008258AMalcolmLatimer: He thought I didn't know about it. But I never stopped him. Maybe I was... proud of him. Making his way in the world, just like his old man...{Question} What bad people was he mixed up with?MalcolmLatimer: Henry Cooke, for one. And I'm pretty sure they were both mixed up with that Goodneighbor crowd.Y1a
1302MS13NelsonDiesFindBodyReturn00082581NPCMMalcolmLatimer: Yes? Did you find Nelson?{Somber} I did. I'm sorry, but he's dead.MalcolmLatimer: What? Oh my god...A1a
130300082580NPCMMalcolmLatimer: Yes? Did you find Nelson?{Sarcastic} Yeah. He got himself killed.MalcolmLatimer: What? Oh my god...B1a
13040008257FNPCMMalcolmLatimer: Yes? Did you find Nelson?{Neutral} I found his body. He's dead.MalcolmLatimer: What? Oh my god...X1a
13050008257ENPCMMalcolmLatimer: Yes? Did you find Nelson?{Question} Do you know what he was doing outside Diamond City?MalcolmLatimer: What? No, I don't. He never told me anything about what he was up to.Y1a
1306MS13NelsonDiesKillMarowski00083F40Player Default: A scumbag named Marowski. He lives in Goodneighbor. He should be easy to find.{Confident} You've got a deal. Marowski's as good as dead.MalcolmLatimer: I hope so. Come back and talk to me when he's actually dead.A1a
130700083F3FPlayer Default: Don't worry. There are plenty of other low-lifes willing to kill for that kind of money.{Neutral} You'll have to find someone else for this one.MalcolmLatimer: Don't worry. There are plenty of other low-lifes willing to kill for that kind of money.B1a
130800083F3EPlayer Default: A scumbag named Marowski. He lives in Goodneighbor. He should be easy to find.{SinisterSmile} Throw in another 200 caps and I'll take care of Marowski for you.MalcolmLatimer: 600 caps? You have an awfully high opinion of yourself... I hope you're worth it. Deal.X1a
130900083F3DPlayer Default: A scumbag named Marowski. He lives in Goodneighbor. He should be easy to find.{Question} What did this Marowski do to you?MalcolmLatimer: He killed my son Nelson. Or had his goons kill him. Either way, he's going to pay.Y1a
131000083F38NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You there. I have a job for you, if you're interested.{Friendly} Sure. What do you need?MalcolmLatimer: I want someone killed. It's... personal. I'll pay you 400 caps. Interested?A1a
131100083F37NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You there. I have a job for you, if you're interested.{Neutral} Sorry, not interested.MalcolmLatimer: I thought you weren't the kind of person to say no to earning an easy 400 caps. I guess I was wrong.B1a
131200083F36NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You there. I have a job for you, if you're interested.{Neutral} I'm listening.MalcolmLatimer: I want someone killed. It's... personal. I'll pay you 400 caps. Interested?X1a
131300083F35NPCMMalcolmLatimer: You there. I have a job for you, if you're interested.{Question} What's the job?MalcolmLatimer: I want someone killed. It's... personal. I'll pay you 400 caps. Interested?Y1a
131400083F30Player Default: I want someone killed. It's... personal. I'll pay you 400 caps. Interested?{Neutral} I need to know who you want dead before I agree.MalcolmLatimer: A scumbag named Marowski. He lives in Goodneighbor. He should be easy to find.A1a
131500083F2FPlayer Default: I thought you weren't the kind of person to say no to earning an easy 400 caps. I guess I was wrong.{Irritated} Find someone else to be your assassin.MalcolmLatimer: Don't worry. There are plenty of other low-lifes willing to kill for that kind of money.B1a
131600083F2EPlayer Default: I want someone killed. It's... personal. I'll pay you 400 caps. Interested?{SinisterSmile} It depends on who you want dead.MalcolmLatimer: A scumbag named Marowski. He lives in Goodneighbor. He should be easy to find.X1a
131700083F2DPlayer Default: I want someone killed. It's... personal. I'll pay you 400 caps. Interested?{Question} Who is it you want killed?MalcolmLatimer: A scumbag named Marowski. He lives in Goodneighbor. He should be easy to find.Y1a
1318MS13NelsonDiesKillMarowskiReturn00083FDDNPCMMalcolmLatimer: So... is Paul dead?{Confident} Yes, sir. As requested.MalcolmLatimer: Good. Bastard. I hope you didn't make it too easy for him.A1a
131900083FDCNPCMMalcolmLatimer: So... is Paul dead?{Disgust} Yeah, your dirty work is all taken care of.MalcolmLatimer: Good. Bastard. I hope you didn't make it too easy for him.B1a
132000083FDBNPCMMalcolmLatimer: So... is Paul dead?{SinisterSmile} Dead as can be.MalcolmLatimer: Good. Bastard. I hope you didn't make it too easy for him.X1a
132100083FDANPCMMalcolmLatimer: So... is Paul dead?{Question} Why didn't you just kill Paul yourself?MalcolmLatimer: It would undermine McDonough's status as the town figurehead if I blatantly flouted the law like that.Y1a
1322NPCMMalcolmLatimer: So... is Paul dead?{Question} Why did you want Marowski dead, anyway?MalcolmLatimer: It would undermine McDonough's status as the town figurehead if I blatantly flouted the law like that.Y2a

MS13PaulDiesEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1323MS13PaulDiesCookeKilledPaul0008A16BHenryCooke: Paul? I haven't seen him since he threw his little tantrum about me and Darcy.{Friendly} If you say so. Just thought I'd ask.HenryCooke: Well, I hope he turns up. Even after everything, I still have a soft spot for that little bastard.A1a
13240008A16AHenryCooke: Paul? I haven't seen him since he threw his little tantrum about me and Darcy.{Stern} You'd better tell me what you know, or else.HenryCooke: I don't know what you're so hot about. Was Paul a friend of yours or something?B1a
13250008A169HenryCooke: Paul? I haven't seen him since he threw his little tantrum about me and Darcy.{Suspicious} I find that hard to believe. I think you do know something.HenryCooke: Ah, Christ, you're right. Poor little bastard is dead.X1a
13260008A168HenryCooke: Paul? I haven't seen him since he threw his little tantrum about me and Darcy.{Question} Any idea where he might have gone?HenryCooke: Hmm. I don't know. Maybe one of his get-rich-quick schemes finally blew up in his face.Y1a
1327MS13PaulDiesDarcyCookeConfessed0008A75BNPCFDarcyPembroke: What is it? Did you find something out about Paul?{Somber} Cooke confessed to killing Paul. He said Paul pulled a gun on him.DarcyPembroke: Oh, god! No! Then it's my fault!A1a
13280008A75ANPCFDarcyPembroke: What is it? Did you find something out about Paul?{Neutral} Not yet.DarcyPembroke: Oh, okay. Bye.B1a
13290008A759NPCFDarcyPembroke: What is it? Did you find something out about Paul?{Friendly} I'll let you know if I learn anything.DarcyPembroke: Oh, okay. Bye.X1a
13300008A758NPCFDarcyPembroke: What is it? Did you find something out about Paul?{Question} What do you think happened to him?DarcyPembroke: I don't know. I'm trying to keep hoping, but... I don't know.Y1a
1331MS13PaulDiesFoundPhoto0008A752DarcyPembroke: I figure you get the best deal you can from one of them, and we split the take.{Friendly} You've got a deal.DarcyPembroke: I knew when I first met you that this was your kind of thing. I'm good at reading people that way.A1a
13320008A751DarcyPembroke: I figure you get the best deal you can from one of them, and we split the take.{SinisterSmile} Now that I have the photo, I could just keep everything.DarcyPembroke: I guess you could. But I don't think you will. It's a risk I'm willing to take.B1a
13330008A750DarcyPembroke: I figure you get the best deal you can from one of them, and we split the take.{Thinking} I'm not sure blackmail is really my thing.DarcyPembroke: Keep the photo and think about it. I bet you'll come around.X1a
13340008A74FDarcyPembroke: I figure you get the best deal you can from one of them, and we split the take.{Concerned} Aren't you worried what Marowski would do to Cooke if I sell him this photo?DarcyPembroke: Whatever Marowski does to Henry is too good for that bastard.Y1a
1335DarcyPembroke: I figure you get the best deal you can from one of them, and we split the take.{Question} Do you have a preference how I handle this?DarcyPembroke: Whatever Marowski does to Henry is too good for that bastard.Y2a
13360008A15DNPCFDarcyPembroke: Hi. I found something when I was going through Paul's things. See what you make of it.{Friendly} I'm glad to help if I can.DarcyPembroke: Look at this old photograph that Paul had hidden away.A1a
13370008A15CNPCFDarcyPembroke: Hi. I found something when I was going through Paul's things. See what you make of it.{Irritated} Stop bothering me.DarcyPembroke: Okay, fine. I just thought you might want in on something. I'll find someone else.B1a
13380008A15BNPCFDarcyPembroke: Hi. I found something when I was going through Paul's things. See what you make of it.{Question} Okay, show me.DarcyPembroke: Look at this old photograph that Paul had hidden away.X1a
13390008A15ANPCFDarcyPembroke: Hi. I found something when I was going through Paul's things. See what you make of it.{Question} What did you find?DarcyPembroke: This old photograph. Here, take a look.Y1a
13400008A154Player Default: Look at this old photograph that Paul had hidden away.{Puzzled} That's Paul with Henry Cooke and Malcolm Latimer when they were younger.DarcyPembroke: Exactly. And do you know what they're standing in front of?A1a
1341Player Default: Look at this old photograph that Paul had hidden away.{Puzzled} That looks like Paul and Henry Cooke when they were younger.DarcyPembroke: Exactly. And do you know what they're standing in front of?A2a
13420008A153Player Default: Okay, fine. I just thought you might want in on something. I'll find someone else.{Irritated} An old photo of Paul. Big deal.DarcyPembroke: An old photo of Paul, Henry Cooke, and Malcolm Latimer... and do you know what they're standing in front of?B1a
13430008A152Player Default: Look at this old photograph that Paul had hidden away.{Puzzled} I don't get it.DarcyPembroke: It's Paul, 20 years younger, with Henry Cooke and Malcolm Latimer.X1a
13440008A151Player Default: This old photograph. Here, take a look.{Question} Who are the guys in the photo?DarcyPembroke: It's Paul, 20 years younger, with Henry Cooke and Malcolm Latimer.Y1a
13450008A14CPlayer Default: Exactly. And do you know what they're standing in front of?{Friendly} Why don't you tell me what's so interesting about this.A1a
13460008A14BPlayer Default: An old photo of Paul, Henry Cooke, and Malcolm Latimer... and do you know what they're standing in front of?{Irritated} I don't have time for this.B1a
13470008A14APlayer Default: I knew they were friends growing up together, but I never knew they pulled something like this.{Neutral} Get to the point.X1a
13480008A149Player Default: I knew they were friends growing up together, but I never knew they pulled something like this.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. / Puzzled} Where was this taken?Y1a
13490008A143DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{Thinking} I bet Marowski would love to see this picture.DarcyPembroke: Yep. And Henry and Malcolm Latimer would like to make sure he doesn't.A1a
13500008A142DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{SinisterSmile} I guess Cooke and Latimer would hate for Marowski to see this picture.DarcyPembroke: Mm hmm.B1a
1351DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{SinisterSmile} I guess Cooke would hate for Marowski to see this picture.DarcyPembroke: Mm hmm.B2a
1352DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{SinisterSmile} I guess Malcolm Latimer would hate for Marowski to see this picture.DarcyPembroke: Mm hmm.B3a
1353DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{Disgust} Too bad Cooke and Latimer are already dead. I bet they would have paid a lot to keep Marowski from seeing this.DarcyPembroke: Mm hmm.B4a
13540008A141DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{Puzzled} You must have showed this to me for a reason.DarcyPembroke: Any of them would pay a lot for this picture.X1a
13550008A140DarcyPembroke: I had no idea that Paul was in on the Marowski heist. My Paul! I can't believe it.{Puzzled} Why would they take an incriminating picture of themselves?DarcyPembroke: I don't know. Maybe... insurance? If they all had the picture, none of them could turn the others in to Marowski.Y1a
1356MS13PaulDiesFoundPhotoResolution0008C11CNPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Friendly} Yes, I sold it to Marowski. Here's your share.DarcyPembroke: Oh. So you spent my money? I hope you have a plan to make it back somehow.A1a
1357NPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Friendly} Yeah, Cooke ponied up for it. Here's your share.DarcyPembroke: Oh. So you spent my money? I hope you have a plan to make it back somehow.A2a
1358NPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Friendly} Malcolm Latimer was happy to take it off my hands. Here's your share.DarcyPembroke: Oh. So you spent my money? I hope you have a plan to make it back somehow.A3a
1359NPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Friendly} Yes. Here's your share.DarcyPembroke: Oh. So you spent my money? I hope you have a plan to make it back somehow.A4a
1360NPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Apologetic} Yes, but I don't have your share on me.DarcyPembroke: Oh. So you spent my money? I hope you have a plan to make it back somehow.A5a
13610008C11BNPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Stern} I did all the work, so I'm keeping everything I got.DarcyPembroke: I guess I misjudged you after all. So far I'm two for two. Three for three if you count Henry.B1a
13620008C11ANPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Neutral} Not yet.DarcyPembroke: I hope you get to it soon. It isn't easy supporting my family all on my own like this.X1a
13630008C119NPCFDarcyPembroke: So did you have any luck with that photo?{Question} What photo?DarcyPembroke: What are you, hitting the chems? The photo of Paul, Henry, and Malcolm Latimer. The Marowski Heist, remember?Y1a
1364MS13PaulDiesMissingScene00089301NPCFDarcyPembroke: Excuse me. Can I talk to you a minute?{Friendly} Darcy Pembroke, right?DarcyPembroke: Yeah. You were at the Taphouse when Paul made a fool of himself.A1a
1365NPCFDarcyPembroke: Excuse me. Can I talk to you a minute?{Question} Yes, what is it?DarcyPembroke: Yeah. You were at the Taphouse when Paul made a fool of himself.A2a
136600089300NPCFDarcyPembroke: Excuse me. Can I talk to you a minute?{Irritated} Oh, great, the lush from the Taphouse.DarcyPembroke: So you're still an asshole. Never mind, then.B1a
1367NPCFDarcyPembroke: Excuse me. Can I talk to you a minute?{Irritated} Get lost.DarcyPembroke: So you're still an asshole. Never mind, then.B2a
1368000892FFNPCFDarcyPembroke: Excuse me. Can I talk to you a minute?{Neutral} I guess so.DarcyPembroke: Do you remember me? You were in the Taphouse, that time Paul made such a fool of himself trying to fight Henry...X1a
1369000892FENPCFDarcyPembroke: Excuse me. Can I talk to you a minute?{Question} What do you want?DarcyPembroke: Well... you were in the Taphouse the other day, when Paul made such a fool of himself trying to fight Henry...Y1a
1370000892F8DarcyPembroke: Now he's missing. Paul, I mean. It's not like him and I'm worried something's happened to him.{Friendly} I'll keep an eye out for him.DarcyPembroke: Really? Thank you so much. I'm sure he's fine, but... I really appreciate it.A1a
1371DarcyPembroke: Now he's missing. Paul, I mean. It's not like him and I'm worried something's happened to him.{Somber} Paul's dead.DarcyPembroke: Really? Thank you so much. I'm sure he's fine, but... I really appreciate it.A2a
1372000892F7DarcyPembroke: Now he's missing. Paul, I mean. It's not like him and I'm worried something's happened to him.{Defiant} I don't know anything about it.DarcyPembroke: Okay. Sorry to bother you.B1a
1373DarcyPembroke: Now he's missing. Paul, I mean. It's not like him and I'm worried something's happened to him.{Irritated} I already told you, I have no idea where he is.DarcyPembroke: Okay. Sorry to bother you.B2a
1374000892F6DarcyPembroke: Now he's missing. Paul, I mean. It's not like him and I'm worried something's happened to him.{Puzzled} Why are you asking me? I barely know him.DarcyPembroke: I know Paul talked to you, after, you know, he was so upset. I thought maybe you might know something.X1a
1375000892F5DarcyPembroke: Now he's missing. Paul, I mean. It's not like him and I'm worried something's happened to him.{Question} Have you asked Cooke about it?DarcyPembroke: Oh, you haven't heard? Henry's dead.Y1a
1376MS13PaulDiesTellDarcy0008A178{Somber} I killed him.DarcyPembroke: My god. You...A1a
1377{Apologetic} I wish I could help, but I don't know.DarcyPembroke: My god. You...A2a
1378{Somber} He tried to rob some chem dealers.DarcyPembroke: My god. You...A3a
1379{Somber} He tried to shoot it out with Cooke.DarcyPembroke: My god. You...A4a
13800008A177{Somber} No. I just heard that he was dead.DarcyPembroke: Oh. I can't believe it... I'll never see him again. I'm so sorry, I have to go now.B1a
13810008A176{Somber} It doesn't matter.DarcyPembroke: You're right. It doesn't matter at all now. I'm sorry, I have to go.X1a
1382{Apologetic} I can't really say.DarcyPembroke: You're right. It doesn't matter at all now. I'm sorry, I have to go.X2a
13830008A175{Question} Is there anything I can do to help?DarcyPembroke: No, no... I'm sorry, I have to go.Y1a
1384MS13PaulDiesWhyKill0008A170{Apologetic} For what it's worth, I'm sorry. I wish it hadn't happened.DarcyPembroke: That isn't worth a damn thing. Get away from me, murderer!A1a
13850008A16F{Stern} I didn't think twice about it.DarcyPembroke: Get away from me you filthy murderer!B1a
13860008A16E{Neutral} It's just something that happened.DarcyPembroke: Well, you've ruined my life. I hope you can live with that!X1a
13870008A16D{Stern} If you cared about Paul so much, why were you fooling around with Cooke?DarcyPembroke: You have a lot of nerve. You murdered him! You have no right to judge me!Y1a
1388-0008A16CDarcy says that her husband is missing. You wouldn't know anything about that, would you?

MS14Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1389MS14BobrovOpeningScene000E762BVadim: I don't think many would notice if he... you know, disappeared.{Conspiratorial} Sounds good to me.Vadim: All right! Now, it has to be quietly, with no fuss. Maybe lead him out of town...A1a
1390000E762AVadim: I don't think many would notice if he... you know, disappeared.{Disbelief} That's a horrible idea.Vadim: I tell you, it would be easier than you think. You just talk him into following you out of town...B1a
1391000E7629Vadim: I don't think many would notice if he... you know, disappeared.{Concerned} I guess that'd be one way to handle it.Vadim: It would be quick, and probably mostly painless. You just first lead him out of town...X1a
1392000E7628Vadim: I don't think many would notice if he... you know, disappeared.{disbelief / Disbelief} Are you serious?Vadim: Did we not just agree this is serious problem? Calls for serious solution. First, you get him to follow you out of town...Y1a
1393000E7623Vadim: Quiet, Yefim. All right, you. Tell me. Diamond City Radio -- It's terrible, yes? Makes you want to cut your own ears off?{Irritated} Yeah, it's pretty bad.Vadim: This is what I tell Yefim! Something must be done. Radio is bad for business, makes customers unhappy.A1a
1394000E7622Vadim: Quiet, Yefim. All right, you. Tell me. Diamond City Radio -- It's terrible, yes? Makes you want to cut your own ears off?{pleasant but dismissive / Puzzled} It's not that bad.Vadim: Bah, you don't know what you are talking about. This DJ, Travis, he is bad for our business.B1a
1395000E7621Vadim: Quiet, Yefim. All right, you. Tell me. Diamond City Radio -- It's terrible, yes? Makes you want to cut your own ears off?{Puzzled} I don't think I noticed.Vadim: You listen to it. It grates on ears like sandpaper. This DJ, Travis, he is disaster.X1a
1396000E7620Vadim: Quiet, Yefim. All right, you. Tell me. Diamond City Radio -- It's terrible, yes? Makes you want to cut your own ears off?{Question} So, what's the issue?Vadim: Have you not listened? This DJ, Travis, he is terrible. Makes me want to go back in time and prevent radio from ever being invented.Y1a
1397000E7619Yefim: Vadim isn't serious. He doesn't really want to kill Travis.{Amused} Right, we're all just having a laugh.Yefim: Okay, good. I didn't want you to get the wrong idea.A1a
1398000E7618Yefim: Vadim isn't serious. He doesn't really want to kill Travis.{Irritated} I'm not stupid. I wasn't falling for it.Yefim: We weren't trying to trick you or anything. Vadim just likes to joke.B1a
1399000E7617Yefim: Vadim isn't serious. He doesn't really want to kill Travis.{Concerned} He seemed pretty serious to me.Yefim: No, no. He was only kidding. Right Vadim?X1a
1400000E7616Yefim: Vadim isn't serious. He doesn't really want to kill Travis.{skeptical / Question} Okay, what's really going on here?Yefim: Sorry, we were just joking around a bit.Y1a
1401000E760FYefim: He does not believe in himself, you see? He expects he will fail at everything, and so he does.{Confident} Well, that can always be turned around.Vadim: Exactly! This is what I am telling Yefim.A1a
1402000E760EYefim: He does not believe in himself, you see? He expects he will fail at everything, and so he does.{Irritated} The guy is probably a lost cause.Vadim: No. He is not lost cause. We can help Travis. I keep telling Yefim this.B1a
1403000E760DYefim: He does not believe in himself, you see? He expects he will fail at everything, and so he does.{Concerned} Something like that could be tough to change.Vadim: No, is easy to fix. I tell Yefim over and over.X1a
1404000E760CYefim: He does not believe in himself, you see? He expects he will fail at everything, and so he does.{Question} So are you actually trying to do something about it?Vadim: I tell Yefim that I have plan. He does not believe me. You, you and I work on plan.Y1a
1405MS14BullyBarPreFightScene000A7D13{Angry} Hey...Bully: What's your problem?A
140600047110Bully: What's your problem?{Friendly} I'd like you to leave Travis alone.Bully: Yeah, well I'd like a million caps. Looks like both of us are gonna be disappointed today.A1a
14070004710FBully: What's your problem?{Angry} You're the problem.Bully: You're stickin' your nose someplace it don't belong. Best stay out of it.B1a
14080004710EBully: What's your problem?{Sarcastic} Looks like you're having a disagreement.Bully: Look at the smart guy we got here! Except... if you really were smart, you'd take a hike right about now.X1a
14090004710DBully: What's your problem?{Question} Why are you bothering Travis?Bully: Why are you getting' involved in somethin' that don't matter to you?Y1a
1410MS14ScarlettStage50Scene000EAE74Scarlett: I heard about the fight. Travis was... Well, he was very brave.{Friendly} Yeah, absolutely. You should really pay him a visit.Scarlett: You think?A1a
1411000EAE73Scarlett: I heard about the fight. Travis was... Well, he was very brave.Not exactly, but it wouldn't hurt to check on him and see how he's doing.Scarlett: Oh. You really think so?B1a
1412000EAE72Scarlett: I heard about the fight. Travis was... Well, he was very brave.Maybe... Why don't you go ask him?Scarlett: Oh, I don't know.X1a
1413000EAE71Scarlett: I heard about the fight. Travis was... Well, he was very brave.{Question} Would you like it if he had mentioned you?Scarlett: Well, yeah, I guess I would.Y1a
1414000EAE6CScarlett: I mean, I've definitely noticed him. Maybe... No, I couldn't just go over there.{Friendly} Look, Travis is a nice guy. I can tell that you like him, and I think he likes you. Just go talk to him.Scarlett: Okay, I will. I'll go see him now. Thanks.A1a
1415000EAE6BScarlett: I mean, I've definitely noticed him. Maybe... No, I couldn't just go over there.{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY. This a threat. / Stern} Look, either you can go visit Travis, or you can go visit the doctor. Your choice.Scarlett: Are you some kind of psycho? God, fine, I'll go!B1a
1416000EAE6AScarlett: I mean, I've definitely noticed him. Maybe... No, I couldn't just go over there.{Conspiratorial} There's 20 caps in it for you if you do go pay him a visit.Scarlett: Very funny. Okay, fine. I'll go talk to him.X1a
1417000EAE69Scarlett: I mean, I've definitely noticed him. Maybe... No, I couldn't just go over there.{Question} What are you so nervous about? What's the worst that could happen?Scarlett: Believe me, I can think of some pretty horrible things.Y1a
1418000E85A3NPCFScarlett: I'm on a break right now...{Friendly} Actually, I'd like to talk to you about Travis, if you have a moment.Scarlett: T...Travis? Really?A1a
1419000E85A2NPCFScarlett: I'm on a break right now...I don't want anything.Scarlett: Okay... is there something else, then?B1a
1420000E85A1NPCFScarlett: I'm on a break right now...Sorry to have bothered you.Scarlett: Oh, no problem.X1a
1421000E859ENPCFScarlett: I'm on a break right now...{Question} Can I ask you something personal? It's about Travis.Scarlett: T...Travis? Really?Y1a
1422MS14TravisBarPreFightScene000A7D13{Friendly} Hey there, pal.Travis: Can I... help you?A
14230004711CTravis: Can I... help you?{Friendly} I'm here to give you a hand.Travis: I... uhh, I mean... I'm not really looking to cause, y'know... trouble.A1a
14240004711BTravis: Can I... help you?{mocking / Irritated} You need to grow a spine, pal.Travis: I... I didn't ask for this. I'm just trying to... have a drink.B1a
14250004711ATravis: Can I... help you?{Somber} Well, this whole situation looks like trouble.Travis: I... I didn't start this.X1a
142600047119Travis: Can I... help you?{Question} Everything okay here?Travis: Does it look okay? Because... no, it's not.Y1a
142700047118Travis: I just wish they'd go away.{Friendly} Let's do something about this, then.Travis: No, no. I... That might end badly.A1a
142800047117Travis: I just wish they'd go away.{Irritated} Come on, man. Take a stand. Don't chicken out here.Travis: I don't think I could... do that.... thing, that you'd describing... heh.B1a
142900047116Travis: I just wish they'd go away.{Confident} You could resolve this if you try.Travis: That doesn't seem like... a good idea.X1a
143000047115Travis: I just wish they'd go away.{Question} Why not stand up to them?Travis: No! I mean... No, that would be bad.Y1a
143100047114Travis: With these men, it could... Well, it could turn violent.{Friendly} Don't worry. I've got your back.Travis: Well, if you think it would work...A1a
143200047113Travis: With these men, it could... Well, it could turn violent.{Disgust} Don't be such a coward.Travis: I'm not a coward!B1a
143300047112Travis: With these men, it could... Well, it could turn violent.{Confident} Nothing will change unless you make it happen.Travis: It's not that bad. I can... just deal with this.X1a
143400047111Travis: With these men, it could... Well, it could turn violent.{Question} Don't you want this to stop?Travis: Yes, but...Y1a
1435MS14TravisPostBarFightScene000D38BBTravis: I am so, so sorry. I mean... I don't want to say "I told you" but... uhh... I kind of told you it'd end up like this.Hey, it's okay. You did your best, right?Travis: Did I? I mean, yeah... okay, sure. I guess I tried.A1a
1436000D38BATravis: I am so, so sorry. I mean... I don't want to say "I told you" but... uhh... I kind of told you it'd end up like this.{Angry} Come on, Travis. That was pathetic!Travis: I'm sorry! I'm no good at punching, or fighting or... or anything, really.B1a
1437000D38B9Travis: I am so, so sorry. I mean... I don't want to say "I told you" but... uhh... I kind of told you it'd end up like this.{grimly humorous} Look on the bright side: they're not bothering you now.Travis: Yeah, I guess...X1a
1438000D38B8Travis: I am so, so sorry. I mean... I don't want to say "I told you" but... uhh... I kind of told you it'd end up like this.{sarcastic} So, how was your first fist fight? Have fun?Travis: Not really, no. But... I mean... I guess... I'm still alive. It wasn't, uhh, wasn't the end of the world.Y1a
14390004736DTravis: I... I can't believe it. We did it!{Confident} I knew you had it in you.Travis: I can't believe it. You were right!A1a
14400004736CTravis: I... I can't believe it. We did it!{annoyed / Irritated} In the future, never doubt me.Travis: Yeah, I guess not. But still... I mean, I never thought I could do that.B1a
14410004736BTravis: I... I can't believe it. We did it!{Neutral} Well, this changes things for you.Travis: I guess... Maybe it does, huh? I just never thought I could do... anything like that.X1a
14420004736ATravis: I... I can't believe it. We did it!{Question} How do you feel now?Travis: I don't know... I mean, wow. Just... wow.Y1a
1443MS14TravisStage10Scene0002E11DTravis: What do you want?{Friendly} I'm here to help you.Travis: You mean the radio, huh. I... I knew it. I mean, uhh, I know I'm...A1a
14440002E11CTravis: What do you want?{Disgust} You're a terrible DJ, Travis.Travis: Well, that's... uhh, that's kind of blunt.B1a
14450002E11BTravis: What do you want?{Stern} You need some help.Travis: Yeah, I... I know. I'm really trying... I, I just don't do very well with public speaking.X1a
14460002E11ATravis: What do you want?{Question} What're you doing with yourself? What are you trying to do?Travis: I guess... Maybe, yeah. Maybe I could.Y1a
14470002E114Travis: So if you're offering... I mean, did you, uhh, did you have something in mind? Something, uhh, specific, I mean?{Confident} Oh, we're working on a plan. Just needed to know you were willing.Travis: Oh, wow. Okay, I guess. "We?" So, uhh, there's other people... involved? Hmm. I mean, uhh, I guess that's okay.A1a
14480002E113Travis: So if you're offering... I mean, did you, uhh, did you have something in mind? Something, uhh, specific, I mean?{Irritated} Don't get bent out of shape. You don't need to know the details.Travis: Oh, right. Okay then. I, uhh... I guess I'll just wait to hear from you, then.B1a
14490002E112Travis: So if you're offering... I mean, did you, uhh, did you have something in mind? Something, uhh, specific, I mean?{Confident} All that matters is that you're on board.Travis: Well, uhh, yes. I mean, if you're not just, you know, pulling my leg or something.X1a
14500002E111Travis: So if you're offering... I mean, did you, uhh, did you have something in mind? Something, uhh, specific, I mean?{Question} So you're interested?Travis: I, uhh, I guess. Yes, yes I'm... I'm interested.Y1a
1451MS14TravisStage65Scene000F9358Player Default: That's not funny.{concerned / Stern} I'm not joking around, Travis. This is serious. I really do need your help.Travis: Wait... Really?A1a
1452000F9357Player Default: What? Come on, that's... that's not funny.{annoyed, impatient / Angry} I'm not screwing around here, Travis. I need to know right now.Travis: You're not... You weren't joking?B1a
1453000F9356Player Default: Don't... Don't say things like that. That's not funny.{frustrated / Defiant} If you won't help me, fine. I'll find someone else who will.Travis: Wait... You're really serious?X1a
1454000F9355Player Default: What? That's... that's not a funny joke. Like, at all.{impatient / Defiant} You think this is a joke? It's not. I'm serious.Travis: Haha... Wait, what? Really?Y1a
1455000F9350Travis: Oh... Oh man. Wow. Is this... This is because of what happened, isn't it? It's... It's my fault.No, Travis. This is between Vadim and those men. It's not your fault.Travis: But if I hadn't gotten into that fight with them, maybe this wouldn't have happened.A1a
1456000F934FTravis: Oh... Oh man. Wow. Is this... This is because of what happened, isn't it? It's... It's my fault.Yes. This is absolutely your fault, and it's on your head if something happens to Vadim. So start talking.Travis: Oh, man. I can't believe this.B1a
1457000F934ETravis: Oh... Oh man. Wow. Is this... This is because of what happened, isn't it? It's... It's my fault.Look, Vadim's had dealings with those guys before. Why they took him doesn't matter. Getting him back does.Travis: You're right. We've got to get him back.X1a
1458000F934DTravis: Oh... Oh man. Wow. Is this... This is because of what happened, isn't it? It's... It's my fault.What does it matter who's fault it was?Travis: I guess... Maybe it doesn't matter. But getting him back does.Y1a
1459000F9347Travis: If Vadim is missing, or in trouble or whatever... Then I'm going to help get him back.{Relieved} All right, I'd welcome the help.Travis: Good. I didn't... I didn't want to have to argue about it with you.A1a
1460000F9346Travis: If Vadim is missing, or in trouble or whatever... Then I'm going to help get him back.{Stern} This isn't something you want to get involved in.Travis: But... I'm already involved, aren't I?B1a
1461000F9345Travis: If Vadim is missing, or in trouble or whatever... Then I'm going to help get him back.{Stern} It's probably going to be dangerous. I expect things will get ugly.Travis: I'm not... I'm not stupid. I know that.X1a
1462000F9344Travis: If Vadim is missing, or in trouble or whatever... Then I'm going to help get him back.{Question} You really think you're capable of doing what needs to be done?Travis: You're talking about... About killing people, aren't you?Y1a
1463000F483ENPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Somber} I need your help. Vadim's been kidnapped by Bull.Travis: That's not funny.A1a
1464NPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Somber} I need your help. Vadim's been kidnapped by friends of Bull.Travis: That's not funny.A2a
1465000F483DNPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Angry} Where the hell is Bull - that asshole from the Dugout? He's taken Vadim.Travis: What? Come on, that's... that's not funny.B1a
1466NPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Angry} Bull - that asshole from the Dugout. Where did he hang out? His friends have taken Vadim.Travis: What? Come on, that's... that's not funny.B2a
1467000F483CNPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Somber} There's been a kidnapping. It's Vadim.Travis: Don't... Don't say things like that. That's not funny.X1a
1468000F483BNPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Concerned} Have you seen Vadim? He was grabbed at the Dugout, and Yefim thought you might know where Bull took him.Travis: What? That's... that's not a funny joke. Like, at all.Y1a
1469NPCMTravisMiles: Hey there... what's going on?{Concerned} Have you seen Vadim? He was grabbed at the Dugout, and Yefim thought you might know where they took him.Travis: What? That's... that's not a funny joke. Like, at all.Y2a
1470MS14TravisStage70Scene000E2E48Travis: Odds are if they've got Vadim, he's inside. We're... We're gonna be okay, right?{Confident} Definitely. We'll be fine.Travis: Okay, okay. Good. I mean, I can do this. Totally.A1a
1471000E2E47Travis: Odds are if they've got Vadim, he's inside. We're... We're gonna be okay, right?{Somber} Not likely. Chances are at least one of us won't make it out of this alive.Travis: Oh. Okay... Not, uhh, not exactly the pep-talk I was looking for...B1a
1472000E2E46Travis: Odds are if they've got Vadim, he's inside. We're... We're gonna be okay, right?{Concerned} Just keep a cool head, okay? Don't think about it too much.Travis: Okay, right. Sure. Yeah.X1a
1473000E2E45Travis: Odds are if they've got Vadim, he's inside. We're... We're gonna be okay, right?{Question} You know anything else about this Brewery?Travis: Not really. I mean, I think it's... It's where their little gang hides out. There shouldn't be too many of them.Y1a
1474000E2E3FTravis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.{Confident} Just stay calm. Don't go crazy in there.Travis: Right. Calm. I can do calm. Okay, can we just get in there before I totally lose my nerve?A1a
1475000E2E3ETravis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.{Defiant} You shoot first, ask questions later. Got it?Travis: Yeah... yeah! Let's get 'em!B1a
1476000E2E3DTravis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.{Stern} I go in first, and you stay behind me. Watch my back.Travis: Okay, whatever you say.X1a
1477000E2E3CTravis: Any, uhh... Any last-minute advice? I've never done anything like this.{Question} You're not having second thoughts about doing this?Travis: Of course I am! But... But Vadim needs us. C'mon, let's go.Y1a
1478MS14TravisStage80CatchUpScene00048526Travis: I talked to Yefim... I heard about what happened. I... came here to find Vadim. How did you get here?{Confident} I had a hunch I might find him here.Travis: Wow, okay... that's... well that's pretty good hunching.A1a
14790004851FTravis: I talked to Yefim... I heard about what happened. I... came here to find Vadim. How did you get here?{Irritated} It's none of your damned business, Travis.Travis: Geez, sorry.B1a
14800004851ETravis: I talked to Yefim... I heard about what happened. I... came here to find Vadim. How did you get here?{Surprised} I didn't know... guess I just stumbled in here.Travis: What are the odds, huh?X1a
14810004851DTravis: I talked to Yefim... I heard about what happened. I... came here to find Vadim. How did you get here?{Puzzled} Forget about me... why are YOU here?Travis: Vadim is... he's my friend. I don't have many friends. So if he's in trouble, then I'm gonna help.Y1a
1482000484F9Travis: You're not doing this without me...{Confident} Just stay calm. Don't go crazy in there.Travis: Right. Calm. I can do calm. Look at how calm I am. I'm super calm. Okay? So let's do this... before I totally lose my nerve.A1a
1483000484F7Travis: You're not doing this without me...{Defiant} You shoot first, ask questions later. Got it?Travis: Yeah... yeah! Let's get 'em!B1a
1484000484E9Travis: You're not doing this without me...{Stern} You just stay behind me. Watch my back.Travis: Okay, whatever you say.X1a
1485000484E0Travis: You're not doing this without me...{Question} You sure you can go through with this?Travis: Of course not... but... but that doesn't matter. And you're here, so that's... well that's something, right? Let's just go.Y1a
1486MS14TravisStage90Scene000E4451Travis: This has been... well, it's been crazy. But I've learned a lot, I think.You came through it all pretty well, Travis. That's good to hear.Travis: Thanks.A1a
1487000E4447Travis: This has been... well, it's been crazy. But I've learned a lot, I think.I hope so. I'm tired of your shitty, whiny attitude.Travis: Yeah, yeah. I know.B1a
1488000E4443Travis: This has been... well, it's been crazy. But I've learned a lot, I think.This is all just another day for me.Travis: Yeah, I'm sure. Not me, though.X1a
1489000E443DTravis: This has been... well, it's been crazy. But I've learned a lot, I think.What are you going to do now?Travis: Well, that's what I've been thinking about.Y1a
1490MS14VadimStage10Scene000A7D13{Confident} What do you want, Vadim?Vadim: I am glad you are willing to help, unlike my deadbeat brother. Travis is good guy. He deserves better life.A
1491000EAD2EVadim: I am glad you are willing to help, unlike my deadbeat brother. Travis is good guy. He deserves better life.{Happy} I'd be happy to help.Vadim: Okay. So, Travis needs to believe in himself, yes? Believe he is capable of more. You know what works well for this? A bar fight! Ever been in one?A1a
1492000EAD2DVadim: I am glad you are willing to help, unlike my deadbeat brother. Travis is good guy. He deserves better life.{Irritated} I haven't agreed to anything yet. Let's not go patting ourselves on the back.Vadim: Okay, okay. But listen: Travis would get great confidence from winning a bar fight, yes? You've been in fair share of them, I can tell!B1a
1493000EAD2CVadim: I am glad you are willing to help, unlike my deadbeat brother. Travis is good guy. He deserves better life.{Suspicious} I'm just waiting to hear your idea.Vadim: Travis needs boost of confidence. You know what does that for him? Winning a bar fight. I'm sure you've been in one, yes?X1a
1494000EAD2BVadim: I am glad you are willing to help, unlike my deadbeat brother. Travis is good guy. He deserves better life.{Question} So what did you have in mind? I'm gonna need some more in the way of details.Vadim: Ever been in bar fight?Y1a
1495000EAD26Player Default: Okay. So, Travis needs to believe in himself, yes? Believe he is capable of more. You know what works well for this? A bar fight! Ever been in one?{Confident} Haven't met a man I couldn't lay out.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.A1a
1496000EAD25Player Default: Okay, okay. But listen: Travis would get great confidence from winning a bar fight, yes? You've been in fair share of them, I can tell!{Disgust} I'm not some thug. I don't get involved in stuff like that.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.B1a
1497000EAD24Player Default: Travis needs boost of confidence. You know what does that for him? Winning a bar fight. I'm sure you've been in one, yes?{Stern} I can hold my own, if that's what you mean.Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.X1a
1498000EAD23Player Default: Ever been in bar fight?{Puzzled} What does that have to do with anything?Vadim: I have... contacts. People I can count on. Real tough looking, but they will take dive for money.Y1a
1499000EAD1DVadim: I want you to be there to help make it look real. What do you think? Sound good to you?{Confident} I'm on board. When do we start?Vadim: Why not soon as possible?A1a
1500000EAD1CVadim: I want you to be there to help make it look real. What do you think? Sound good to you?{Disgust} That sounds like an absolute disaster.Vadim: Now you sound like Yefim. Come on, this will work!B1a
1501000EAD1BVadim: I want you to be there to help make it look real. What do you think? Sound good to you?{Neutral} Gonna need some more information.Vadim: Okay, I have this all thought out.X1a
1502000EAD1AVadim: I want you to be there to help make it look real. What do you think? Sound good to you?{Question} How would something like that even work?Vadim: It makes sense. I promise.Y1a
1503000EAD15Vadim: Simple, right?{Confident} All right, I'm in.Vadim: Ha, I knew I could count on you!A1a
1504000EAD14Vadim: Simple, right?{Disgust} This is a terrible idea, and I don't want any part of it.Vadim: Bah, it's going to work. And it's going to happen.B1a
1505000EAD13Vadim: Simple, right?{Stern} If the goons are getting paid to fight, I want some too.Vadim: All right, fine. You get cut as well, 100 caps.X1a
1506Vadim: Simple, right?{Puzzled} I thought Travis was your friend. Isn't he worth more than that?Vadim: All right, fine. You get cut as well, 100 caps.X2a
1507Vadim: Simple, right?{Concerned} Come on. A guy who owns a bar has got to have plenty of cash lying around.Vadim: All right, fine. You get cut as well, 100 caps.X3a
1508Vadim: Simple, right?Still not good enough. You'll have to sweeten the deal.Vadim: All right, fine. You get cut as well, 100 caps.X4a
1509000EAD12Vadim: Simple, right?{Question} Why involve me in this?Vadim: You have seen Travis, yes? He cannot fight alone, not even fake one. He needs help. You can help him.Y1a
1510MS14VadimStage40BulliesKilledScene00019322Vadim: Why would you think this is okay?I'm really sorry, Vadim. I guess I just lost my temper.Vadim: I am thinking perhaps I have invited psychopath to help with this plan.A1a
151100019321Vadim: Why would you think this is okay?{smug} Totally deserved it. Those guys were assholes.Vadim: Of course they were assholes! That was whole point!B1a
151200019320Vadim: Why would you think this is okay?It won't happen again.Vadim: It can't happen again, because they were only two guys I knew willing to do this. You have screwed this up, big time.X1a
15130001931FVadim: Why would you think this is okay?Who cares about them. What's next?Vadim: Are you kidding? You have set back whole plan for helping Travis, and you want to know what is next. Unbelievable.Y1a
1514MS14VadimStage40Scene000EAD09Vadim: Ready for next part of fool-proof plan?{Confident} Bring it on.Vadim: Good attitude! Is nice and easy.A1a
1515000EAD08Vadim: Ready for next part of fool-proof plan?{Irritated} The last part wasn't so fool-proof.Vadim: You are alive, Travis is alive... Everything is fine. And next part is simple.B1a
1516000EAD07Vadim: Ready for next part of fool-proof plan?{Neutral} Depends on what it is.Vadim: Is nice and simple.X1a
1517000EAD06Vadim: Ready for next part of fool-proof plan?{Question} It's not more fighting, is it?Vadim: No, no. This part is simple.Y1a
1518000EACFFVadim: If someone who was not her employer suggests that she go spend time with Travis, it might do him some good.I could have a chat with her.Vadim: Yes, I know. This is why I'm telling you.A1a
1519000EACFEVadim: If someone who was not her employer suggests that she go spend time with Travis, it might do him some good.{Irritated} I'm not here to play Cupid.Vadim: So negative. Is just one little conversation. You are giving slight push, that's all.B1a
1520000EACFDVadim: If someone who was not her employer suggests that she go spend time with Travis, it might do him some good.{Sarcastic} Oh, that'll totally boost his confidence. You know, as long as it doesn't backfire horribly.Vadim: So little faith! It will work, trust me.X1a
1521000EACFCVadim: If someone who was not her employer suggests that she go spend time with Travis, it might do him some good.{Question} Why do I have to be involved in this?Vadim: Think about it. I am Scarlett's boss. I tell her she needs to go see Travis. Suddenly she is thinking she is no longer just waitress.Y1a
1522MS14VadimStage80Scene000E3550Vadim: Thank you. You are true friend.You're welcome, Vadim. We weren't going to leave you to these guys.Vadim: You are good man.A1a
1523000E354FVadim: Thank you. You are true friend.You're an idiot for dealing with these goons in the first place.Vadim: Fine. Was not smartest move ever. But is all better now.B1a
1524000E354EVadim: Thank you. You are true friend.We can talk about it later. Let's get moving.Vadim: Yes, yes. I would very much like to go home.X1a
1525000E354DVadim: Thank you. You are true friend.Are there more of them? Are they going to come after you again?Vadim: No, no. This was best they could do. You got them.Y1a
1526MS14YefimStage60Scene000EAE62Yefim: You've got to help. I can't do it... You've got to help me!{Friendly} Take it easy, it'll be all right. Just tell me what happened.Yefim: They took him! They took Vadim!A1a
1527000EAE61Yefim: You've got to help. I can't do it... You've got to help me!{Irritated} Would you calm down? I can't understand a damn thing.Yefim: I can't calm down! They took Vadim!B1a
1528000EAE60Yefim: You've got to help. I can't do it... You've got to help me!{Puzzled} I have no idea what's going on here, Yefim.Yefim: They took him! They took Vadim!X1a
1529000EAE5FYefim: You've got to help. I can't do it... You've got to help me!{Question} What are you talking about?Yefim: I'm talking about Vadim! They took him!Y1a
1530000EAE57Yefim: You have to do something. Please tell me you can do something!{Confident} I'll bring him back, Yefim. Count on it.Yefim: Please, just bring him back. He's an idiot, but he's my brother. I'd go with you, but someone has to stay here.A1a
1531000EAE56Yefim: You have to do something. Please tell me you can do something!{Irritated} Hey man, this isn't my problem.Yefim: Please, I am begging you. He's my only brother. I know he's stupid, but he's family. I can't lose him.B1a
1532000EAE55Yefim: You have to do something. Please tell me you can do something!{Concerned} I don't know if I want to get involved in this.Yefim: I can't lose my brother. I know he makes terrible decisions, but he's the only family I have. I can't run this place alone.X1a
1533000EAE54Yefim: You have to do something. Please tell me you can do something!{Question} Do you know where they took him?Yefim: No, I don't know! He's the one that has always dealt with them; I've tried to avoid them.Y1a

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1534MS16BobbiDigDialogue00141799NPCFBobbiNoNose: Just find a way for us to move forward. Remember, Southwest is best.You can count on me.Bobbi: I'm counting on you to make sure nothing that wants to eat us gets its way.A1a
153500141798NPCFBobbiNoNose: Just find a way for us to move forward. Remember, Southwest is best.You're not doing anything to help.Bobbi: I am paying you to do a job. You don't like it, you can leave.B1a
153600141797NPCFBobbiNoNose: Just find a way for us to move forward. Remember, Southwest is best.You don't seem to have a very good reputation.Bobbi: Look, I'm a ghoul woman with big ideas, there's no way I could get anything done without ruffling a few feathers.X1a
153700141796NPCFBobbiNoNose: Just find a way for us to move forward. Remember, Southwest is best.Of all the ways to make caps, why this?Bobbi: It may be more personal than I let on.Y1a
1538MS16BobbiInDiamondCity0011E480Bobbi: You have to get him out of there. I can't just stroll into Diamond City Security with this face. Covered or not.If you really think we need this guy.Bobbi: Trust me, this is the guy we need.A1a
15390011E47FBobbi: You have to get him out of there. I can't just stroll into Diamond City Security with this face. Covered or not.I can't bust a guy out of jail.Bobbi: Sure you can. This isn't some impenetrable fortress. It's a place to lock up pickpockets and rowdy drunks.B1a
15400011E47EBobbi: You have to get him out of there. I can't just stroll into Diamond City Security with this face. Covered or not.I'm not sure this is a good idea.Bobbi: All my ideas are good. This is the guy we need. Trust me.X1a
15410011E47DBobbi: You have to get him out of there. I can't just stroll into Diamond City Security with this face. Covered or not.Tell me about this security office.Bobbi: It's built into some old locker rooms, and it smells the part.Y1a
1542000C94F9Bobbi: The guy has it coming if you ask me. With how he treats my kind, maybe he deserves worse.Let's get started.Bobbi: I like your attitude.A1a
1543000C94F8Bobbi: The guy has it coming if you ask me. With how he treats my kind, maybe he deserves worse.That sounds impossible.Bobbi: Not with the right people.B1a
1544000C94F7Bobbi: The guy has it coming if you ask me. With how he treats my kind, maybe he deserves worse.{A tinge of sarcasm, you know it isn't} So this is all for a good cause.Bobbi: Don't get me wrong, the caps are my primary motivation.X1a
1545000C94F6Bobbi: The guy has it coming if you ask me. With how he treats my kind, maybe he deserves worse.What's inside?Bobbi: Caps. Meds. Food. Enough to keep this city running.Y1a
1546MS16BobbiIntroThroughDoor0011A0E4Bobbi: Interested?I'm in.Bobbi: That's what I like to hear.A1a
15470011A0E3Bobbi: Interested?This isn't for me.Bobbi: Your prerogative. No doubt I'll still need the help if you change your mind later.B1a
15480011A0E2Bobbi: Interested?You can do better than that.Bobbi: You're killing me here. 150 to start.X1a
1549Bobbi: Interested?This is just a bad deal.Bobbi: You're killing me here. 150 to start.X2a
1550Bobbi: Interested?Can you give me more?Bobbi: You're killing me here. 150 to start.X3a
1551Bobbi: Interested?Still not good enough.Bobbi: You're killing me here. 150 to start.X4a
15520011A0E1Bobbi: Interested?I'm gonna need more to go on here.Bobbi: There's a project I'm working on, a big one. One that could get me in lots of trouble if the wrong person finds out.Y1a
155300051F8ANPCFBobbiNoNose: Hey you. Looking for work?Yeah. When can I start?Bobbi: Well aren't you an eager beaver?A1a
155400051F89NPCFBobbiNoNose: Hey you. Looking for work?I haven't heard about any job.Bobbi: Well now you have.B1a
155500051F88NPCFBobbiNoNose: Hey you. Looking for work?Depends on the work.Bobbi: You'll never find a more fair and honest job.X1a
155600051F87NPCFBobbiNoNose: Hey you. Looking for work?What kind of work?Bobbi: Its good work. Under the supervision of the best boss you'll ever have.Y1a
1557MS16BobbiMeetOutsideTunnel00052018NPCFBobbiNoNose: Ready to get to work?Just tell me what I need to do.Bobbi: Its a simple job, really.A1a
155800052017NPCFBobbiNoNose: Ready to get to work?Not just yet.Bobbi: Great, someone else who can't commit to an honest days work.B1a
155900052016NPCFBobbiNoNose: Ready to get to work?No, I followed you down here for the exercise.Bobbi: Funny. Well, you'll get plenty of exercise here.X1a
156000052015NPCFBobbiNoNose: Ready to get to work?Are you going to tell me what we're actually doing?Bobbi: Look, we're pulling a job here. Big payoff. Taking some things that aren't technically ours yet.Y1a
156100052013Player Default: Just tell me what I need to do.Sounds ambitious.Bobbi: It is, and that's why we need some help.A1a
156200052012Player Default: Come back when you're done with whatever is so important.That's just asking for trouble.Bobbi: It's not going to be easy, but that's why we only hire the best sort around here.B1a
156300052011Player Default: No, I followed you down here for the exercise.I guess it's not really any of my business, so long as I get paid.Bobbi: I like people who don't ask too many questions. Which means so far, I like you. Hopefully I'll keep liking you.X1a
156400052010Player Default: Look, we're pulling a job here. Big payoff. Taking some things that aren't technically ours yet.If you expect me to work for you, I'm going to need more information than that.Bobbi: Curious type, eh? Alright, I'll spell it out for ya.Y1a
1565MS16BobbiPromotesPlayer000C880ENPCFBobbiNoNose: What is going on in my tunnel?That room was filled with Mirelurks.Bobbi: At least you put up a better fight than those good for nothings.A1a
1566000C880DNPCFBobbiNoNose: What is going on in my tunnel?Your men ran off when they saw the Mirelurks in there.Bobbi: No, really? Thanks for the news report.B1a
1567000C880CNPCFBobbiNoNose: What is going on in my tunnel?Looks like we are having crab for dinner tonight.Bobbi: You'd eat Mirelurk? Ugh, no.X1a
1568000C880BNPCFBobbiNoNose: What is going on in my tunnel?That room was filled with Mirelurks. Why didn't you plan for this?Bobbi: This was not expected, but that doesn't mean I don't have a plan.Y1a
1569000C8805Bobbi: An old friend. He'll want a fair cut, but we saw where being cheap got me.Just tell me where to go and who to talk to.Bobbi: I knew I liked you.A1a
1570000C8804Bobbi: An old friend. He'll want a fair cut, but we saw where being cheap got me.{Skeptical} I'm not sure I trust you know what you're doing.Bobbi: I hired you, didn't I?B1a
1571000C8803Bobbi: An old friend. He'll want a fair cut, but we saw where being cheap got me.That means less caps for me.Bobbi: Yes, it does. There's still plenty to go around in that strongroom, don't you worry.X1a
1572000C8802Bobbi: An old friend. He'll want a fair cut, but we saw where being cheap got me.Who is this guy?Bobbi: He's just the guy we need to speed things along.Y1a
1573MS16BobbisDeathAftermath0013BD11NPCMMel: Have to say, I'm not really cool with how this went down.{Somber} I'm sorry it had to be this way.Mel: Me too, me too.A1a
15740013BD10NPCMMel: Have to say, I'm not really cool with how this went down.Bobbi got what was coming to her.Mel: I don't know. Did ya have to kill her?B1a
15750013BD0FNPCMMel: Have to say, I'm not really cool with how this went down.At least you and I made it through this.Mel: Nothing against you, but one of the few friends I've had is dead.X1a
15760013BD0ENPCMMel: Have to say, I'm not really cool with how this went down.{Question} What are you going to do now?Mel: Oh, I'll probably go somewhere that no one has heard of Hancock or anyone that has ever worked for him.Y1a
1577MS16BobbiWorkStart000C881EBobbi: You are gonna be doing some digging.I'm your girl.Bobbi: No one likes a brown noser.A2a
1578000C881DBobbi: You are gonna be doing some digging.{Disgusted at the prospect} Digging? This is a waste of my talents.Bobbi: You want a better job, you gotta work your way up to it, buddy. Show me that can-do attitude.B1a
1579000C881CBobbi: You are gonna be doing some digging.I'll do whatever you need.Bobbi: Good to know.X1a
1580000C881BBobbi: You are gonna be doing some digging.What are we digging for? Buried treasure?Bobbi: You could call it that.Y1a
1581MS16DmndCityGuardScene0011E488GuardMaleDiamondCity02: You got something to say?I was hoping to get Mel out of lockup.DmndCitySecurityGuard: I didn't know Mel had friends.A1a
15820011E487GuardMaleDiamondCity02: You got something to say?You can let Mel out of here or I will break him out. Your choice.DmndCitySecurityGuard: That's a little extreme, don't you think?B1a
15830011E486GuardMaleDiamondCity02: You got something to say?I'll give you 300 caps to let Mel out of there.DmndCitySecurityGuard: Keep your voice down, will ya?X1a
15840011E485GuardMaleDiamondCity02: You got something to say?Why is Mel in here?DmndCitySecurityGuard: Him? He was caught trying to reprogram the robot bartender at The Taphouse to give him free drinks.Y1a
1585MS16FahrenheitScene001277C3Bobbi: Don't listen to her.Hancock shouldn't care about us stealing from Diamond City.Bobbi: Yeah, about that...A1a
1586001277C2Bobbi: Don't listen to her.{Defiant} Mel was right. This isn't Diamond City.Bobbi: So what? This doesn't change anything. It is still the same job.B1a
1587001277C1Bobbi: Don't listen to her.I don't understand what's going on.Bobbi: Don't worry about it. We are so close, here.X1a
1588001277C0Bobbi: Don't listen to her.{Puzzled} What does this have to do with Hancock?Bobbi: Yeah, about that. As Mel guessed, this isn't the Diamond City strongroom.Y1a
1589001277B5Fahrenheit: What do you say?I am going to see this through, Bobbi.Bobbi: You won't regret this.A1a
1590001277B4Fahrenheit: What do you say?{Angry} You lied to us, Bobbi. And you have to pay.Bobbi: You can't do this to me. This isn't how this is supposed to go.B1a
1591001277B3Fahrenheit: What do you say?Come on Bobbi, at least if we leave now we leave with our lives.Bobbi: Well shit. You're right.X1a
1592001277B2Fahrenheit: What do you say?What is this about, Bobbi? Why did you lie to us?Bobbi: I knew no one in their right mind would help me rip off Hancock.Y1a
1593MS16FahrenheitWrapUpScene0012927CNPCFFahrenheit: You made the right move.Sorry to cause you trouble.Fahrenheit: The boss will understand. You didn't know what you were doing.A1a
15940012927BNPCFFahrenheit: You made the right move.{Irritated} Bobbi lied to us. I'm glad it shook out this way.Fahrenheit: I was itching for a fight, but I guess this works too.B1a
15950012927ANPCFFahrenheit: You made the right move.I'm not so sure.Fahrenheit: Well, I'm still itching for a fight if you change your mind.X1a
159600129279NPCFFahrenheit: You made the right move.How did you find us?Fahrenheit: If you think Hancock doesn't know about everything that happens in his territory, you're mistaken.Y1a
1597MS16JobDone00051F93Bobbi: And you, I couldn't have pulled this off without your help.Thanks. Turned out to be fun.Bobbi: So you enjoyed yourself? Maybe we don't need to give you your cut then.A1a
159800051F92Bobbi: And you, I couldn't have pulled this off without your help.{Irritated} No thanks to you.Bobbi: I'm a supervisor, kid. I decide what information is need-to-know and what isn't.B1a
159900051F91Bobbi: And you, I couldn't have pulled this off without your help.I think I deserve a bigger cut for my role in all this.Bobbi: I may be a lowlife, kid, but I'm not a welcher. Of course you deserve more. You were the linchpin of this operation.X1a
160000051F90Bobbi: And you, I couldn't have pulled this off without your help.What's next for you?Bobbi: Well, I can't really really go back to Goodneighbor now, can I?Y1a
1601MS16MelDigDialogue0014178BNPCMMel: If you find anywhere you want Sonya to blast, give me a shout.Good work on the robot, very helpful.Mel: Thanks. You know, eyebots like Sonya aren't easy to come by.A1a
16020014178ANPCMMel: If you find anywhere you want Sonya to blast, give me a shout.Your robot is doing all the work. You have no reason to be here.Mel: Well, aside from my extensive experience with security systems, Bobbi likes having me around.B1a
160300141789NPCMMel: If you find anywhere you want Sonya to blast, give me a shout.This place is a maze. I'm not sure if we are going the right way.Mel: I asked Bobbi for a map, or a diagram, or something.X1a
1604NPCMMel: If you find anywhere you want Sonya to blast, give me a shout.As you were.Mel: I asked Bobbi for a map, or a diagram, or something.X2a
160500141788NPCMMel: If you find anywhere you want Sonya to blast, give me a shout.What's the story with you and Bobbi?Mel: Well, she swears she used to work with my grandfather when he was about my age.Y1a
16060014177DPlayer Default: Like it was fate or something.That's a nice story.Mel: I thought so, too. Anyway, my life is a thousand times more interesting since I met her.A1a
16070014177CPlayer Default: So I'm part of the job, like it or not.That's a load of bull.Mel: You know how convincing Bobbi can be.B1a
16080014177BPlayer Default: Straight shot? This is a straight shot like me with a bent rifle in a thunderstorm after four drinks.Yeah, and she was also my Great Aunt's neighbor's pharmacist.Mel: Yeah, laugh all you want. I didn't care if it was true, I was just glad to get to do something with my life.X1a
16090014177APlayer Default: She cornered me at the bar in Goodneighbor and kept telling me how I looked just like her dead friend.Do you believe her?Mel: I don't know, but she told all these stories of crazy heists they would pull.Y1a
1610MS16MelDigStart000C94EEMel: This little bot is going to help us move through the earth like a mole rat on jet.I'm excited to see what she can do.Mel: Heh, and I can't wait to show you.A1a
1611000C94EDMel: This little bot is going to help us move through the earth like a mole rat on jet.Doesn't look like much.Mel: Sonya is not your average Eyebot.B1a
1612000C94ECMel: This little bot is going to help us move through the earth like a mole rat on jet.{Sarcastic} Because a robot with no limbs is exactly what you want for your digging operation.Mel: What did you expect? A Mr. Handy with a shovel?X1a
1613000C94EBMel: This little bot is going to help us move through the earth like a mole rat on jet.How is a robot going to help us?Mel: She has unique capabilities.Y1a
1614MS16MelInJailScene0013A1F0NPCMMel: Mel here. Can I help you?I am getting you out of here.Mel: If so, maybe you shouldn't be announcing it so every guard in Diamond City can hear.A1a
16150013A1DDNPCMMel: Mel here. Can I help you?No. I'm here to help you.Mel: You need me for somethin' don't ya?B1a
16160013A1DCNPCMMel: Mel here. Can I help you?{Joking, like a pick up line, but the guy is in jail.} Do you come here often?Mel: You know, they always say you'll meet that special someone in the last place you'd expect.X1a
16170013A1D2NPCMMel: Mel here. Can I help you?I hear you are some kind of tech expert?Mel: You heard right. Well, maybe "tech" is too general. I have a thing for robots.Y1a
1618MS16MelLastBarrier00147CE8Mel: If you had anything else you wanted to check out in this tunnel I suggest you do that first.I'm ready.Mel: You got it. Let's do this.A1a
161900147CE7Mel: If you had anything else you wanted to check out in this tunnel I suggest you do that first.Wait, I need to do something first.Mel: No worries. Let me know when you're ready.B1a
162000147CE6Mel: If you had anything else you wanted to check out in this tunnel I suggest you do that first.Up to you.Mel: I say we keep moving.X1a
162100147CE5Mel: If you had anything else you wanted to check out in this tunnel I suggest you do that first.{Question} Doubts?Mel: It just doesn't seem like we're under Diamond City, does it?Y1a
1622MS16MelRecruitment00051FB3Mel: So, you're Bobbi's new toy?Bobbi asked me to get you out.Mel: I bet this was just out of the kindness of her huge heart, right?A1a
162300051FB2Mel: So, you're Bobbi's new toy?I'm not anyone's toy.Mel: Right... Bobbi sure knows how to pick out the gullible ones.B1a
162400051FB1Mel: So, you're Bobbi's new toy?{Sarcastic} Yeah. This year's hottest gift. Get one before they're gone.Mel: And what a gift you'd be.X1a
162500051FB0Mel: So, you're Bobbi's new toy?How did you know that?Mel: No one else would put in this much effort for me.Y1a
162600051FA6Mel: What's the job?How'd you like to help break into the Diamond City strongroom?Mel: Well damn. That's a big score.A1a
162700051FA5Mel: What's the job?I don't think you need to know the details yet. If you want the caps, you'll take the work.Mel: So loyal.B1a
162800051FA4Mel: What's the job?Bobbi can fill you in on the details.Mel: Yeah, 'cause I'll get so much out of her.X1a
162900051FA3Mel: What's the job?You've worked jobs with Bobbi before?Mel: Enough to know she's not the most trustworthy person around.Y1a
1630MS16SonyaBlastScene00143ADCMel, get Sonya over here.Mel: Got it. Sonya, blast time.A1a
1631We need to get through here, Mel.Mel: Got it. Sonya, blast time.A2a
1632Over here, Mel.Mel: Got it. Sonya, blast time.A3a
1633We need Sonya here.Mel: Got it. Sonya, blast time.A4a
1634MS16TheGangEntersNHMBasement001275E4Bobbi: How about a little trust for the boss?I trust you, Bobbi.Bobbi: That's why you are my favorite.A1a
1635001275E3Bobbi: How about a little trust for the boss?Mel is right, this can't be Diamond City.Bobbi: It won't be hard to prove me wrong.B1a
1636001275E2Bobbi: How about a little trust for the boss?Well, we can find out the answer.Bobbi: That's right. Let's just get up there.X1a
1637001275E1Bobbi: How about a little trust for the boss?Tell the truth Bobbi, where are we?Bobbi: Under the Diamond City strongroom.Y1a
1638-0005203DBobbi...
1639Mel?
1640Mel...
1641{Warning about Mirelurks coming to attack. They are right behind you. } There's Mirelurks...
164200052033How'd you like to help break into the Diamond City strongroom?
1643Bobbi sent me. Said you were the guy we needed.
1644We're tunneling into the Diamond City strongroom from under Bobbi's place.
1645Bobbi No-Nose is planning a heist on Diamond City's underground strongroom.
1646No questions. Sorry for taking your time.
1647Say someone is planning to rob Diamond City's underground strongroom...
1648Is it true there's a secret strongroom under the mayor's office?

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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1649MS17_100_SwansonStart00037029NPCMSwanson: Change your mind about visiting Covenant?I'd like to visit.Swanson: Since you're a first timer there's something you got to know first.A1a
165000037028NPCMSwanson: Change your mind about visiting Covenant?I'm not interested.Swanson: Suit yourself.B1a
165100037027NPCMSwanson: Change your mind about visiting Covenant?I might take a look.Swanson: It ain't that simple.X1a
165200037026NPCMSwanson: Change your mind about visiting Covenant?{Question} Is that what this place is called?Swanson: Yeah, we're a real up and comer. A pit stop on the road for traders and such. We're not that big but we got the bargains.Y1a
165300037020Swanson: We don't let just anyone inside. There's an entrance test. We call it the SAFE test. Everyone's got to take it.{Understands / Friendly} Being cautious, not a bad call.Swanson: You do what you got to do.A1a
16540003701FSwanson: We don't let just anyone inside. There's an entrance test. We call it the SAFE test. Everyone's got to take it.{Annoyed} A test won't stop raiders.Swanson: That's what we got the turrets for.B1a
16550003701ESwanson: We don't let just anyone inside. There's an entrance test. We call it the SAFE test. Everyone's got to take it.Your town, your rules.Swanson: You want to take the test? Pass it, and I'll let you in.X1a
16560003701DSwanson: We don't let just anyone inside. There's an entrance test. We call it the SAFE test. Everyone's got to take it.{Trying to be persuasive / Question} Interesting idea. Between you and me, what's the test for?Swanson: I probably shouldn't say nothing. But listen. We want to make sure only good people come into Covenant.Y1a
1657Swanson: We don't let just anyone inside. There's an entrance test. We call it the SAFE test. Everyone's got to take it.{Trying to get him to open up / Question} I'm new to the area. What do you mean about "undesirables"?Swanson: I probably shouldn't say nothing. But listen. We want to make sure only good people come into Covenant.Y2a
165800037018Swanson: You want to take the test? Pass it, and I'll let you in.Sure.Swanson: Good.A1a
165900037017Swanson: You want to take the test? Pass it, and I'll let you in.I'll take a pass.Swanson: Whatever, pal. Just try to stay safe out there.B1a
166000037016Swanson: You want to take the test? Pass it, and I'll let you in.I guess.Swanson: Take a seat and we can begin.X1a
166100037015Swanson: You want to take the test? Pass it, and I'll let you in.{Maybe trying to weasel out of it / Question} Do I really have to take the test?Swanson: Hey, rules are rules. You ready?Y1a
1662MS17_150a_Test000BA35ESwanson: What's your response?{Tough} I'd say, "Up yours, too, buddy."Swanson: You'd say that? Hmm.A1a
1663000BA35DSwanson: What's your response?{Tough} I'd grab a pipe and knock him out.Swanson: A pipe, you say?B1a
1664000BA35CSwanson: What's your response?I'd slip away before he finishes his rant.Swanson: While he's speaking...X1a
1665000BA35BSwanson: What's your response?{Clinical} I wouldn't worry, if he did that it'd cause a parabolic destabilization of the fission singularity.Swanson: Uh... yeah.Y1a
1666000BA356Swanson: The infection is spreading at an alarming rate, but the doctor has stepped out for a while. What do you do?Medicate the infected area as best I can.Swanson: You have a medical background...A1a
1667000BA355Swanson: The infection is spreading at an alarming rate, but the doctor has stepped out for a while. What do you do?{Callous} Restrain the patient, and merely observe as the infection spreads.Swanson: Very, very interesting.B1a
1668000BA354Swanson: The infection is spreading at an alarming rate, but the doctor has stepped out for a while. What do you do?Amputate the foot before the infection spreads.Swanson: Hmm... Amputation... Next question.X1a
1669000BA353Swanson: The infection is spreading at an alarming rate, but the doctor has stepped out for a while. What do you do?I scream for help.Swanson: You'd rely on others, then? Next question.Y1a
1670000BA34ESwanson: What do you do?{MARK FOR RE-RECORD. MALE ONLY.} I give the boy a hug and tell him everything will be okay.A1a
1671000BA34DSwanson: What do you do?Confiscate the property by force, and leave the boy there as punishment.B1a
1672000BA34CSwanson: What do you do?I pick the boy's pocket to take the stolen property for myself, and leave him to his fate.X1a
1673000BA34BSwanson: What do you do?I lead the boy to safety, then turn him over to someone in charge.Y1a
1674000BA346Swanson: Congratulations! You made it onto a baseball team! Which position do you prefer?Pitcher.A1a
1675000BA345Swanson: Congratulations! You made it onto a baseball team! Which position do you prefer?Catcher.B1a
1676000BA344Swanson: Congratulations! You made it onto a baseball team! Which position do you prefer?Designated hitter.X1a
1677000BA343Swanson: Congratulations! You made it onto a baseball team! Which position do you prefer?I don't play baseball. I play soccer.Y1a
1678000BA33ESwanson: Your grandmother invites you to tea, but you're surprised when she gives you a pistol and orders you to kill someone. What do you do?I'd give her whatever she wants to spare his life.Swanson: Hmmm... Typical Class B...A1a
1679000BA33DSwanson: Your grandmother invites you to tea, but you're surprised when she gives you a pistol and orders you to kill someone. What do you do?I'd ask for a minigun so I could do the job right.Swanson: Please, treat the questions seriously... Or are you? Next.B1a
1680000BA33CSwanson: Your grandmother invites you to tea, but you're surprised when she gives you a pistol and orders you to kill someone. What do you do?I'd do what grandma told me to.X1a
1681000BA33BSwanson: Your grandmother invites you to tea, but you're surprised when she gives you a pistol and orders you to kill someone. What do you do?I'd throw my tea in her face.Swanson: Of course.Y1a
1682000BA336Swanson: Old Mr. Abernathy has locked himself in his quarters again, and you've been ordered to get him out. How do you proceed?I'd grab a bobby pin and pick the lock.A1a
1683000BA335Swanson: Old Mr. Abernathy has locked himself in his quarters again, and you've been ordered to get him out. How do you proceed?I'd walk away and let him rot.B1a
1684000BA334Swanson: Old Mr. Abernathy has locked himself in his quarters again, and you've been ordered to get him out. How do you proceed?I'd get a laser pistol and blast the lock off.X1a
1685000BA333Swanson: Old Mr. Abernathy has locked himself in his quarters again, and you've been ordered to get him out. How do you proceed?I'd trade for a cherry bomb and blow it open.Y1a
1686000BA32ESwanson: Oh, no! You've been exposed to radiation, and a mutated hand has grown out of your stomach! What's the best course of treatment?I'd say a prayer and hope God would save me.A1a
1687000BA32DSwanson: Oh, no! You've been exposed to radiation, and a mutated hand has grown out of your stomach! What's the best course of treatment?I'd get a gun and shoot myself.Swanson: Near total absence... Hmm...B1a
1688000BA32CSwanson: Oh, no! You've been exposed to radiation, and a mutated hand has grown out of your stomach! What's the best course of treatment?I'd dose myself with anti-mutagen agent.Swanson: Ignoring possible... Yes...X1a
1689000BA32BSwanson: Oh, no! You've been exposed to radiation, and a mutated hand has grown out of your stomach! What's the best course of treatment?I'd cut off the mutated tissue with a precision laser.Swanson: Technological bias... Hmmm...Y1a
1690000BA326Swanson: A neighbor is in possession of a Grognak the Barbarian comic book, issue number 1. You want it. What's the best way to obtain it?I'd trade him for one of the comic books I own.A1a
1691000BA325Swanson: A neighbor is in possession of a Grognak the Barbarian comic book, issue number 1. You want it. What's the best way to obtain it?I'd point a gun in his face and take it from him.B1a
1692000BA324Swanson: A neighbor is in possession of a Grognak the Barbarian comic book, issue number 1. You want it. What's the best way to obtain it?Sneak into his room and steal it.X1a
1693000BA323Swanson: A neighbor is in possession of a Grognak the Barbarian comic book, issue number 1. You want it. What's the best way to obtain it?Slip some knock out drops into his Nuka-Cola. Then take it.Y1a
1694000BA31ESwanson: You decide it would be fun to play a prank on your father. You enter his private restroom when no one is looking, and....{MARK FOR RE-RECORD.} I'd loosen bolts on his water pipes. When he turns on the sink, he'll be in for a surprise.A1a
1695000BA31DSwanson: You decide it would be fun to play a prank on your father. You enter his private restroom when no one is looking, and....I'd replace his blood pressure medicine with sugar pills.B1a
1696000BA31CSwanson: You decide it would be fun to play a prank on your father. You enter his private restroom when no one is looking, and....I'd put a firecracker in his toilet. That nevers gets old.X1a
1697000BA31BSwanson: You decide it would be fun to play a prank on your father. You enter his private restroom when no one is looking, and....Change the wattage on the razor. Give him a shock the next time he uses it.Y1a
1698MS17_175a_Dan_Intro00053756NPCMHonestDan: You from around here? God, I hope not. I've had enough of these hicks.{The player is lying and not being subtle about it.} Sure, I'm from Covenant.HonestDan: You? You're from Covenant? Yeah, and I'm the mayor of Diamond City.A1a
169900053755NPCMHonestDan: You from around here? God, I hope not. I've had enough of these hicks.No, I'm just passing through.HonestDan: My advice is pass through sooner than later.B1a
170000053754NPCMHonestDan: You from around here? God, I hope not. I've had enough of these hicks.{Cautious / Suspicious} What's it to you?HonestDan: Just doing my job.X1a
170100053753NPCMHonestDan: You from around here? God, I hope not. I've had enough of these hicks.{Curious / Question} You have a problem with the people here?HonestDan: All the fake smiles and fancy talking puts me on edge. The sooner I'm out of here the better.Y1a
17020005374DHonestDan: You know anything about Stockton's caravan?{Player doesn't even care to lie well} Sure, I know about... Who was that again?HonestDan: You're as bad as the rest of these idiots.A1a
17030005374CHonestDan: You know anything about Stockton's caravan?No, I can't say that I do.HonestDan: I just can't catch a break.B1a
17040005374BHonestDan: You know anything about Stockton's caravan?{Sarcastic} A caravan? I'm not really the trader type.HonestDan: Well, this isn't about trade.X1a
17050005374AHonestDan: You know anything about Stockton's caravan?{Confused / Question} A caravan? What are you talking about?Y1a
17060005372DHonestDan: And I intend to make good on my contract.Sounds fair. I'm in.HonestDan: Here's all I got on the caravan.A1a
17070005372CHonestDan: And I intend to make good on my contract.I'm not working with you.HonestDan: The offer's open if you change your mind.B1a
17080005372BHonestDan: And I intend to make good on my contract.{Negotiating for money - emphasize "if"} If I help you I want something up front.HonestDan: If I have your word you'll help, I'll chip in 50 caps now. That's above and beyond the deal.X1a
17090005372AHonestDan: And I intend to make good on my contract.{Question} Who are we looking for?HonestDan: The big one is Stockton's daughter, Amelia. I didn't find any bodies of the feminine persuasion. So there's hope.Y1a
1710MS17_175b_DanInvestigate000ED444NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{Sharing a clue} I found out about a Compound. The caravan survivors may be there.HonestDan: I got one thing. They deny up and down that Stockton's men ever came here. But they most certainly did.A1a
1711NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{A little skeptical / Question} Do you have any proof Covenant is involved with the caravan?HonestDan: I got one thing. They deny up and down that Stockton's men ever came here. But they most certainly did.A2a
1712000ED443NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.We'll talk later.B1a
1713000ED442NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{Question} So, what's the Institute?HonestDan: Ask three different people, you'll get three different answers to that. Wildly different.X1a
1714NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{Question} People here are real sensitive about synths. What is a synth?HonestDan: Ask three different people, you'll get three different answers to that. Wildly different.X2a
1715NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{Confiding} Synths are a real touchy subject around here.HonestDan: Ask three different people, you'll get three different answers to that. Wildly different.X3a
1716NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.Have any advice on what I should investigate?HonestDan: Ask three different people, you'll get three different answers to that. Wildly different.X4a
1717000ED441NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{Curious, not sure what it means} I found a map that shows some sort of Compound nearby.HonestDan: No. If Covenant doesn't pan out then I don't know where to start. I'll cross that road if I have to.Y1a
1718NPCMHonestDan: This whole place has got me on edge. I hope you found something on the caravan.{Question} Do you have any other leads?HonestDan: No. If Covenant doesn't pan out then I don't know where to start. I'll cross that road if I have to.Y2a
1719MS17_200_Jacob000ED42BNPCMJacobOrden: I hope you're enjoying your stay.{Friendly / Friendly} Thanks for the warm welcome.JacobOrden: And you have manners, too. That makes you doubly welcome here. Unfortunately, I got a town to run.A1a
1720000ED42ANPCMJacobOrden: I hope you're enjoying your stay.Goodbye.JacobOrden: Talk to you later.B1a
1721000ED429NPCMJacobOrden: I hope you're enjoying your stay.Tell me about yourself.JacobOrden: I make sure Penny, Talia, and everyone's got what they need. It's a full time job to keep our little community afloat.X1a
1722000ED428NPCMJacobOrden: I hope you're enjoying your stay.{Question} Can I ask some questions?JacobOrden: Our community's small but we got one of the best shops in the whole Commonwealth. And real beds, too.Y1a
1723NPCMJacobOrden: I hope you're enjoying your stay.{Question} Anything to do around here?JacobOrden: Our community's small but we got one of the best shops in the whole Commonwealth. And real beds, too.Y2a
1724000ED423JacobOrden: Ask away.{Detective asking questions / Question} Do you know anything about a missing caravan?JacobOrden: Is this about those Stockton people? I've told Mr. Dan many, many times - we never saw them.A1a
1725000ED422JacobOrden: Ask away.I have to go.JacobOrden: You have a good day.B1a
1726000ED421JacobOrden: Ask away.{Detective asking questions / Question} You ever hear of a Compound?JacobOrden: Why that sounds interesting, stranger. But I can't say I've ever heard of a... Compound, was it?X1a
1727JacobOrden: Ask away.{Detective asking questions} Dan says your people are lying to him.JacobOrden: Why that sounds interesting, stranger. But I can't say I've ever heard of a... Compound, was it?X2a
1728000ED420JacobOrden: Ask away.{Detective asking questions / Question} Does Covenant have a problem with synths?JacobOrden: Shouldn't everyone have a problem with synths? But there's none of those... things here. Rest assured.Y1a
1729JacobOrden: Ask away.{Detective asking questions / Question} This place almost looks Pre-War. How do you manage that?JacobOrden: Shouldn't everyone have a problem with synths? But there's none of those... things here. Rest assured.Y2a
1730MS17_200_Penny_QHub000ED44CPennyFitzgerald: Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.{Detective asking Qs / Question} Do you know anything about a missing caravan?A1a
1731000ED44BPennyFitzgerald: Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.I have to go.PennyFitzgerald: Well, you take care now.B1a
1732000ED44APennyFitzgerald: Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.{Detective asking Qs / Question} Could you tell me anything about the Compound?PennyFitzgerald: Oh, thank you for noticing. The men folk would say good old-fashion elbow grease keeps Covenant as the prettiest place in the Commonwealth.X1a
1733PennyFitzgerald: Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.{Detective asking Qs / Question} The town looks really nice. How'd you manage that?PennyFitzgerald: Oh, thank you for noticing. The men folk would say good old-fashion elbow grease keeps Covenant as the prettiest place in the Commonwealth.X2a
1734000ED449PennyFitzgerald: Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.{Detective asking Qs / Question} Does Covenant have some sort of problem with synths?PennyFitzgerald: Everyone that passes the test is welcome to visit. But we are particular on who can live here.Y1a
1735PennyFitzgerald: Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.{Detective asking Qs / Question} People here are really friendly. Why's that?PennyFitzgerald: Everyone that passes the test is welcome to visit. But we are particular on who can live here.Y2a
1736MS17_200_PennyCaravan00053704PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.{Fake gossiping / Conspiratorial} Definitely. He has such an attitude.PennyFitzgerald: I know! He's so smug.A1a
173700053703PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.{Accuse / Defiant} What are you hiding?PennyFitzgerald: Well, I never. Good day to you, too.B1a
173800053702PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.If you say so.PennyFitzgerald: I do say so. But I have things that need tending. Good day.X1a
173900053701PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.{Question} Why would he do that?PennyFitzgerald: Some people are just jealous when they see others leading a better life. And they'd like nothing better than to drag everyone down to their level.Y1a
1740000536FBPennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.{You go, girl tone / Friendly} He should be thankful you let him in.PennyFitzgerald: Instead he stomps around interrogating people.A1a
1741000536FAPennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.{Disapproving / Irritated} You guys aren't doing anything special.PennyFitzgerald: We're not are we? Well, I guess not. Good day to you, stranger.B1a
1742000536F9PennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.Yeah, mercenaries.PennyFitzgerald: He just gets my goat. But enough of my yammering. You take care, sugar.X1a
1743000536F8PennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.{Curious / Question} How does Covenant help people?PennyFitzgerald: Don't even get me started on what we... You know, I think I left something in the oven. I have to go. You take care.Y1a
1744MS17_200_Talia000ED433Player Default: Oh. That's... nice. But no. I shouldn't be talking. I'm busy.{Soothing / Friendly} It's all right. We'll work on this together.TaliaMcGovern: Together? What do you mean? Thank you for bringing this up, but I really have to go. Oh. Goodbye.A1a
1745000ED432Player Default: All right.{Demanding / Angry} So you are involved with the caravan. Tell me. Now.TaliaMcGovern: What? No. I really shouldn't talk with you any more. Good bye.B1a
1746000ED431Player Default: You think Dan is one of them? He has been asking a lot of questions about the caravan.{Lying, playing on her fears / Conspiratorial} Dan all but told me he's working for the Institute. I don't want him to hurt you or your friends.TaliaMcGovern: Oh my god, oh my god. If he finds out about the survivors and the Compound then everything could be ruined. I have to go tell someone.X1a
1747000ED430Player Default: They're... I really shouldn't be talking. I've got work. I have to go.{Surprised, pressing for more information / Question} How is the caravan involved?TaliaMcGovern: It's... not really. You know. I am awful busy. Sorry.Y1a
17480008B363TaliaMcGovern: Isn't Covenant just the best?{Friendly} It's really great here.TaliaMcGovern: Oh, I'm so glad you like it here. Have a good day.A1a
17490008B362TaliaMcGovern: Isn't Covenant just the best?{Irritated} This place doesn't hold a candle to Diamond City.TaliaMcGovern: Oh. Well, I hope you enjoy your stay, anyway.B1a
17500008B361TaliaMcGovern: Isn't Covenant just the best?If you'll excuse me.TaliaMcGovern: Well, if you do need anything - just ask.X1a
17510008B360TaliaMcGovern: Isn't Covenant just the best?Can I get access to the restricted section of the public terminal?TaliaMcGovern: Oh, sure. Any of the material that's loose, feel free to use - it's odds and ends. And really, you can make anything you like there.Y1a
1752000536D7TaliaMcGovern: If it'll help, sure.{Detective questions / Question} Do you know anything about Stockton's caravan?TaliaMcGovern: No, sorry. They never came here.A1a
1753000536D6TaliaMcGovern: If it'll help, sure.I have to go.TaliaMcGovern: Oh. OK.B1a
1754000536D5TaliaMcGovern: If it'll help, sure.{Detective questions / Question} Do you know anything about a Compound?TaliaMcGovern: Uh, no. Sorry. I just make things. For the shop, you know?X1a
1755TaliaMcGovern: If it'll help, sure.{Detective questions - suspicious / Question} Everyone around here is acting... suspicious. What are they hiding?TaliaMcGovern: Uh, no. Sorry. I just make things. For the shop, you know?X2a
1756000536D4TaliaMcGovern: If it'll help, sure.{Detective questions / Question} Does Covenant have some sort of problem with synths?TaliaMcGovern: Synths? I mean, no. The test makes sure that none of... those. Get in here. They promised.Y1a
1757TaliaMcGovern: If it'll help, sure.{Detective questions / Question} I'm looking for a girl. Her name's Amelia Stockton. Have you heard of her?TaliaMcGovern: Synths? I mean, no. The test makes sure that none of... those. Get in here. They promised.Y2a
1758000536CFPlayer Default: Do you know anything about Stockton's caravan?{Soothing / Friendly} It sounds like you are in trouble. I just want to help you.TaliaMcGovern: Oh. That's... nice. But no. I shouldn't be talking. I'm busy.A1a
1759000536CEPlayer Default: Oh. OK.I have to go.TaliaMcGovern: All right.B1a
1760000536CDPlayer Default: Hiding? Why would you think that? We're just real friendly. And busy. I gotta go.{Confiding and lying to her / Conspiratorial} Swanson told me the test isn't perfect. And Honest Dan is acting real... suspicious.TaliaMcGovern: You think Dan is one of them? He has been asking a lot of questions about the caravan.X1a
1761000536CCPlayer Default: Synths? I mean, no. The test makes sure that none of... those. Get in here. They promised.{Question} Who is "they"?TaliaMcGovern: They're... I really shouldn't be talking. I've got work. I have to go.Y1a
1762MS17_300_Dan_Follows00054AEBNPCMHonestDan: You find out anything about the caravan?{Firm} They took the survivors to a Compound.HonestDan: Then we're in business. I'll meet you there and we'll rescue ourselves some caravan hands.A1a
176300054AEANPCMHonestDan: You find out anything about the caravan?No. Still looking.HonestDan: Then I guess we both keep digging.B1a
176400054AE9NPCMHonestDan: You find out anything about the caravan?{Evasive} Maybe I found out something.HonestDan: You bargaining with me? We work as equal partners or not at all.X1a
176500054AE8NPCMHonestDan: You find out anything about the caravan?{Question} People here are nervous about synths. What's a synth?HonestDan: You must be new around here. Synths are synthetic people made by the Institute.Y1a
1766NPCMHonestDan: You find out anything about the caravan?{Question} So. What's the Institute?HonestDan: You must be new around here. Synths are synthetic people made by the Institute.Y2a
1767NPCMHonestDan: You find out anything about the caravan?{Question} What have you been up to?HonestDan: You must be new around here. Synths are synthetic people made by the Institute.Y3a
176800054AE3Player Default: Then we're in business. I'll meet you there and we'll rescue ourselves some caravan hands.That's fair. They're at some compound nearby.HonestDan: That's what I like to hear.A1a
176900054AE2Player Default: Then I guess we both keep digging.No deal.Companion: Would have been better havin' some help with us, but I'll follow your lead.B1a
177000054AE1Player Default: You bargaining with me? We work as equal partners or not at all.{Irritated} Fine. The survivors are at some compound.HonestDan: We're in business. I'll meet you there and we'll rescue ourselves some caravan hands.X1a
177100054AE0Player Default: People here are nervous about synths. What's a synth?{Trying to negotiate / Question} You won't sweeten the pot?HonestDan: Not interested. If you won't honor our deal then I have no use for you.Y1a
1772MS17_300_JacobWarning000EEC38JacobOrden: And then you'd be welcome back here as our friend any time.{Friendly} Give me the caps and I'll drop the whole thing.Companion: Walkin' away with some caps and without a fight sounds good to me.A1a
1773000EEC37JacobOrden: And then you'd be welcome back here as our friend any time.{Firm / Irritated} You can keep your caps.Companion: Your morals may be compromised, but ours are still very much intact.B1a
1774000EEC36JacobOrden: And then you'd be welcome back here as our friend any time.{Negotiating} Surely, there's room for compromise? I get Stockton's survivors and we stay... friends. I'd have to know more, though.Companion: Either that, or we could end you right here.X1a
1775000EEC35JacobOrden: And then you'd be welcome back here as our friend any time.{A little hard / Question} How can you justify killing a caravan?Companion: And that "common good" bull don't fly with us.Y1a
1776000ED411JacobOrden: I know you think you're doing the right thing. Just don't make any rash decisions you'll regret.{Firm / Irritated} Just come out and say what you mean.JacobOrden: Maybe you heard a rumor about Stockton's caravan and a certain Compound? So hypothetically, let's say there's something to that.A1a
1777000ED410JacobOrden: I know you think you're doing the right thing. Just don't make any rash decisions you'll regret.{Accusing / Irritated} I know you and your secret Compound are behind what happened to Stockton's caravan.JacobOrden: Supposing, hypothetically, we are.B1a
1778000ED40FJacobOrden: I know you think you're doing the right thing. Just don't make any rash decisions you'll regret.{Play dumb} I don't know what you're talking about.JacobOrden: If only that were true. Use your best judgment, friend.X1a
1779000ED40EJacobOrden: I know you think you're doing the right thing. Just don't make any rash decisions you'll regret.{Suspicious, curious / Question} What rash decisions are you talking about?JacobOrden: Maybe your next destination doesn't appreciate trespassers.Y1a
1780MS17_310a_Compound_Intro00054AD7GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?I'm here to rescue the survivors from Stockton's caravan.GuardManny: I can't let you do that.A1a
1781GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?{Trying to defuse things} I just came across this place.GuardManny: I can't let you do that.A2a
178200054AD6GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?{Lying} I just came from Covenant. They said I should come here.GuardManny: If Jacob gave anyone permission, I would know about it.B1a
1783GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?{Ready to bring it} Are you threatening me?GuardManny: If Jacob gave anyone permission, I would know about it.B2a
178400054AD5GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?{Defusing} I just want answers. About Stockton's caravan. Nothing more.GuardManny: *sigh* I'll take you to see Doctor Chambers. She'll know what to do about you.X1a
1785GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?{Defusing} I'm not looking for trouble.GuardManny: *sigh* I'll take you to see Doctor Chambers. She'll know what to do about you.X2a
178600054AD4GuardManny: Outsiders aren't allowed. Why are you here?{Cautious / Question} Who are you?GuardManny: I'm asking the questions. Why are you here?Y1a
1787MS17_310b_CompoundExpected000EEC2DGuardManny: Just because Jacob vouched for you doesn't mean you can enter the Compound. Why should I let you in?{Trying to be persuasive} I just want to talk with whoever's in charge here. I'm sure we can come to an arrangement.GuardManny: We'll see.A1a
1788000EEC2CGuardManny: Just because Jacob vouched for you doesn't mean you can enter the Compound. Why should I let you in?{Threatening} I'm coming in one way or the other. At least with the easy way you still get to breathe.GuardManny: All right. Have it your way.B1a
1789000EEC2BGuardManny: Just because Jacob vouched for you doesn't mean you can enter the Compound. Why should I let you in?{Defusing} All I want is to find Stockton's people. This doesn't have to get messy.GuardManny: I see.X1a
1790000EEC2AGuardManny: Just because Jacob vouched for you doesn't mean you can enter the Compound. Why should I let you in?{Curious / Question} What exactly is this place?GuardManny: I'm asking the questions here. So, why should I let you in?Y1a
1791MS17_400_Chambers0012AC41DoctorChambers: You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts.I'll give you a fair hearing.DoctorChambers: How considerate.A1a
17920012AC40DoctorChambers: You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts.{Irritated} There's nothing you can say that can excuse what I've seen here.DoctorChambers: Everything we've done has been to stop the suffering of more innocents at the hands of the Institute and their synth menace.B1a
17930012AC3FDoctorChambers: You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts.Go on.X1a
17940012AC3EDoctorChambers: You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts.{Stern / Question} What facts?DoctorChambers: Some background is required to fully answer that.Y1a
1795DoctorChambers: You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts.{Question} Stockton's daughter is a synth?DoctorChambers: Some background is required to fully answer that.Y2a
17960012AC38DoctorChambers: Would you roll over and accept it? Or would you do something about it?{Defiant} I've been there. But I haven't resorted to torturing innocents.DoctorChambers: Casualties are inevitable. It may not look like it but we're at war.A1a
17970012AC37DoctorChambers: Would you roll over and accept it? Or would you do something about it?{Somber} I'd make them pay.DoctorChambers: Then you do understand. It may not look like it but there's a war being fought.B1a
17980012AC36DoctorChambers: Would you roll over and accept it? Or would you do something about it?It sounds like you didn't let it go.DoctorChambers: No, I did not. It may not look like it but there's a war being fought.X1a
17990012AC35DoctorChambers: Would you roll over and accept it? Or would you do something about it?{Question} What happened to you?DoctorChambers: In Diamond City, a lifetime ago, my parents and eight others were massacred by someone. At first we thought the maniac was human.Y1a
18000012AC30DoctorChambers: Isn't that a goal worth fighting for?{Shocked, indignant} You can't seriously want to kill all the synths...DoctorChambers: We most certainly do. But we have to find them first.A1a
18010012AC2FDoctorChambers: Isn't that a goal worth fighting for?Someone needs to destroy the Institute.DoctorChambers: A perfectly rational response.B1a
18020012AC2EDoctorChambers: Isn't that a goal worth fighting for?{Thinking} Who really knows what the Institute is responsible for.DoctorChambers: And how do they manage to keep us in the dark?X1a
18030012AC2DDoctorChambers: Isn't that a goal worth fighting for?{Question} A war, really? Is it that bad?DoctorChambers: Hundreds of kidnappings over the years. Ask the survivors if it's really "that bad".Y1a
18040012AC26DoctorChambers: The test is in its infancy, but through sacrifice and perseverance our success rate is improving.{Defiant} But your methods are barbaric. It's torture.DoctorChambers: To improve the SAFE test intense psychological pressure must be applied to our test subjects. It is distasteful but necessary.A1a
18050012AC25DoctorChambers: The test is in its infancy, but through sacrifice and perseverance our success rate is improving.{Thinking} If you can get that test to work, that could be a game changer.DoctorChambers: And then everything we've done will be justified.B1a
18060012AC24DoctorChambers: The test is in its infancy, but through sacrifice and perseverance our success rate is improving.It sounds like your test may not even work.DoctorChambers: There is a correlation. We've measured it. We just need more data, more test subjects, to narrow it down.X1a
18070012AC23DoctorChambers: The test is in its infancy, but through sacrifice and perseverance our success rate is improving.{Question} And the SAFE test works?DoctorChambers: Oh, yes. Autopsies confirm the test is getting more accurate.Y1a
18080012AC1DHonestDan: You side with this nut job and we're going to have a serious, deadly, problem.Continue your work, then.Companion: Double the caps. Not a bad day's work.A1a
18090012AC1CHonestDan: You side with this nut job and we're going to have a serious, deadly, problem.That's a deal I won't accept.Companion: We cannot allow you to go on torturing people.B1a
18100012AC1BHonestDan: You side with this nut job and we're going to have a serious, deadly, problem.Don't kill the girl. Spare her.Companion: I suggest you hand her over. Right. Now.X1a
18110012AC1AHonestDan: You side with this nut job and we're going to have a serious, deadly, problem.{Question} Are you threatening me, Dan?HonestDan: I have myself a code. That's not always good on my wallet, but it helps me sleep at night.Y1a
1812HonestDan: You side with this nut job and we're going to have a serious, deadly, problem.{Question} Covenant's a refuge?HonestDan: I have myself a code. That's not always good on my wallet, but it helps me sleep at night.Y2a
1813MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful000EEC22DoctorChambers: No matter. Let me be up front about this. There are two ways this meeting can end. We come to an agreement or there's violence.{A little friendly} I'd prefer a peaceful solution.DoctorChambers: As would I.A1a
1814000EEC21DoctorChambers: No matter. Let me be up front about this. There are two ways this meeting can end. We come to an agreement or there's violence.{Menacing / Irritated} You really don't want to start a fight with me.DoctorChambers: Agreed. Killing you would be a costly proposition.B1a
1815000EEC20DoctorChambers: No matter. Let me be up front about this. There are two ways this meeting can end. We come to an agreement or there's violence.{Question} Stockton's daughter is a synth?DoctorChambers: Why else do you think we attacked her caravan? She has well over a seventy percent chance of being a synth.X1a
1816000EEC1FDoctorChambers: No matter. Let me be up front about this. There are two ways this meeting can end. We come to an agreement or there's violence.{Question} There're no other options?DoctorChambers: Too much is at stake to allow you to simply leave.Y1a
1817MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding000EEC17DoctorChambers: Does Mr. Dan speak for you, as well? Or are you willing to listen to reason?I'll take the deal.HonestDan: I wish you hadn't said that.A1a
1818000EEC16DoctorChambers: Does Mr. Dan speak for you, as well? Or are you willing to listen to reason?I'm not interested in your deal.DoctorChambers: Pity. Since we can't come to an agreement. Men.B1a
1819000EEC15DoctorChambers: Does Mr. Dan speak for you, as well? Or are you willing to listen to reason?{Firm, trying to be convincing} You have to stop torturing and killing synths and humans.DoctorChambers: We've come too far to change course, even if we wanted to.X1a
1820000EEC14DoctorChambers: Does Mr. Dan speak for you, as well? Or are you willing to listen to reason?{Question} Stockton's synth?DoctorChambers: Why do you think we attacked her caravan? She has well over a ninety percent chance of being a synth.Y1a
1821MS17_470a_Amelia0001DBB4NPCFAmeliaStockton: Ahhh... Please don't hurt me!{Soothing / Concerned} It's all right. You're safe now.AmeliaStockton: Oh, thank you. Thank you.A1a
18220001DBB3NPCFAmeliaStockton: Ahhh... Please don't hurt me!{Tough love / Irritated} Pull yourself together.AmeliaStockton: Oh... OK.B1a
18230001DBB2NPCFAmeliaStockton: Ahhh... Please don't hurt me!Tell me who you are.X1a
18240001DBB1NPCFAmeliaStockton: Ahhh... Please don't hurt me!{Compassion / Grateful} What happened to you?AmeliaStockton: The men. They drag me away. Always with the needles, questions, and the pain. The stupid stupid questions over and over.Y1a
18250001DBABAmeliaStockton: I'm Amelia. Stockton. I'm not a synth.{Reassuring} I believe you.AmeliaStockton: I just want this nightmare to end.A1a
18260001DBA6AmeliaStockton: I'm Amelia. Stockton. I'm not a synth.{Not falling for it / Irritated} That's probably a lie.AmeliaStockton: I'm not lying. How many times do I have to say that?B1a
18270001DB9FAmeliaStockton: I'm Amelia. Stockton. I'm not a synth.All right.X1a
18280001DB9EAmeliaStockton: I'm Amelia. Stockton. I'm not a synth.{Question} How can I be sure?AmeliaStockton: Please... you have to believe me. I'm a human being just like you.Y1a
1829MS17_500_Dan_Offer00039F70NPCMHonestDan: So Stockton gets his daughter and we get paid. Not a bad day.{Friendly / Friendly} It was good working with you.HonestDan: Likewise. Glad you were on my side.A1a
183000039F6FNPCMHonestDan: So Stockton gets his daughter and we get paid. Not a bad day.{Firm} I want my reward. Now.HonestDan: Understood.B1a
183100039F6ENPCMHonestDan: So Stockton gets his daughter and we get paid. Not a bad day.We did it.HonestDan: That we did.X1a
183200039F6DNPCMHonestDan: So Stockton gets his daughter and we get paid. Not a bad day.{Question} What if she's a synth?HonestDan: If even after all they've done to her they don't know if she's a synth or not, I figure she's human enough.Y1a
18330001DB8EHonestDan: Here's your cut of the reward. I'll get my half from Stockton. Been a pleasure.{Friendly / Friendly} Be safe, Dan.HonestDan: Same to you.A1a
18340001DB89HonestDan: Here's your cut of the reward. I'll get my half from Stockton. Been a pleasure.{Double-crossing Dan} I did more than half the work on this job. My share should reflect that.HonestDan: There's some truth to that. 60/40 work for you?B1a
1835HonestDan: Here's your cut of the reward. I'll get my half from Stockton. Been a pleasure.{Double-crossing Dan} 60/40, really? Try 90/10.HonestDan: There's some truth to that. 60/40 work for you?B2a
1836HonestDan: Here's your cut of the reward. I'll get my half from Stockton. Been a pleasure.{Double-crossing Dan} Without me, you'd be dead. Maybe I should ask for it all.HonestDan: There's some truth to that. 60/40 work for you?B3a
18370001DB88HonestDan: Here's your cut of the reward. I'll get my half from Stockton. Been a pleasure.See you around.HonestDan: Bye.X1a
18380001DB87HonestDan: Here's your cut of the reward. I'll get my half from Stockton. Been a pleasure.{Accusing / Question} You holding out on me?HonestDan: They call me Honest Dan for a reason. That's exactly half of what Stockton agreed to pay me. Not one cap more, not one cap less.Y1a
1839MS17_600a_StocktonTurnIn000EEBFDOldManStockton: From what she told me it sounds just... horrible. Just horrible.{Pleased / Friendly} Happy to help.OldManStockton: Here's your amply deserved reward.A1a
1840000EEBFCOldManStockton: From what she told me it sounds just... horrible. Just horrible.{A little diplomatically} Amelia said something about a reward.OldManStockton: Of course she did. And you'll be paid, never you fear.B1a
1841000EEBFBOldManStockton: From what she told me it sounds just... horrible. Just horrible.Well, she's safe now.OldManStockton: Here's your amply deserved reward.X1a
1842000EEBFAOldManStockton: From what she told me it sounds just... horrible. Just horrible.{Curious / Question} Doctor Chambers said Amelia was a synth. Is that true?OldManStockton: Is that what they said? That whole Compound sounds... insane. Amelia's my daughter and that is that.Y1a
1843MS17_600b_StocktonTurnInPCRailroad000EEBF3OldManStockton: I hadn't asked for help from... our mutual friends. But I'm glad you were there, nonetheless.{Friendly ribbing / Friendly} Helping you is becoming a habit.OldManStockton: One I am grateful for. You deserve this for all you've done.A1a
1844000EEBF2OldManStockton: I hadn't asked for help from... our mutual friends. But I'm glad you were there, nonetheless.{To the point} She mentioned a reward.OldManStockton: For all you've done you deserve it.B1a
1845000EEBF1OldManStockton: I hadn't asked for help from... our mutual friends. But I'm glad you were there, nonetheless.{Curious / Puzzled} I'm surprised you didn't contact Dez about this.OldManStockton: Caravans are attacked all too often. I thought it was just an unfortunate coincedence. The evidence pointed to raiders.X1a
1846000EEBF0OldManStockton: I hadn't asked for help from... our mutual friends. But I'm glad you were there, nonetheless.{Curious / Question} Doctor Chambers said Amelia was a synth. Was she right?OldManStockton: Keep it down. Amelia's a synth though even she doesn't know that.Y1a
1847MS17_DanFollowing0018AF1CHonestDan: Hell of a job, right?{Appraising} It seems like you actually care about this job, though.HonestDan: My pockets would be a lot heavier if I didn't have any sentimentality.A1a
18480018AF07HonestDan: Hell of a job, right?{Flat delivery} Takes a special type of person to be paid to die.HonestDan: Tell me about it.B1a
18490018AF06HonestDan: Hell of a job, right?{Wry} Here's hoping you got dental.HonestDan: You are all manner of strange.X1a
18500018AF05HonestDan: Hell of a job, right?What are synths, anyway?HonestDan: *grunt* You must be new around here. Synths are synthetic people made by the Institute.Y1a
1851HonestDan: Hell of a job, right?What can you tell me about the Institute?HonestDan: *grunt* You must be new around here. Synths are synthetic people made by the Institute.Y2a
1852MS17_Inv201_BloodStains0012AC49Hmph. Blood stains. The trail leads in the same direction as Covenant.A1a
1853Hmph. Blood stains.A2a
1854MS17_Inv202_Camera0012AC48The cameras are functioning. Why record the SAFE test?A1a
1855I wonder if the cameras work?A2a
1856MS17_Inv205_Lemonade0012AC47Deezer's Lemonade, huh? The caravan definitely stopped in Covenant.A1a
1857Deezer's Lemonade? Never heard of it.A2a
1858MS17_Inv213_BedRoll0019E751Hmmm... Looks like a trader left a bed roll.A1a
1859No marks on it. So no way of telling if it's from Stockton's people.A1b
1860MS17_Inv214_SynthPamphlet0019E750What's a synth? Why are they afraid of them?A1a
1861Why are they so afraid of synths?A2a
1862MS17_Inv215_LockedBarracks0019E74FThat's a serious lock. Need to find a key. Let's hope someone's been careless.A1a
1863MS17_Inv216_FoundKey0019E74DI'll just take this.A1a
1864MS17_Inv217_LemonadeAtCovenant0019E74CSame lemonade as the one at Stockton's caravan. They definitely were here.A1a
1865Deezer's lemonade, huh? Seems popular.A2a
1866MS17_Inv218_LockedTerminal0019E74AThat's some serious security. Maybe there's another way around it.A1a
1867MS17_Inv219_Library0019E749What do we have... "Dealing with Depression", the "12 Stages of Grief"... and some self-help books.A1a
1868Quite the library here.A1b
1869MS17_Inv221_Cell0019E748This cell means business.A1a
1870MS17_Inv222_Turrets0019E747Why does one tiny settlement need so much firepower?A1a
1871MS17_Inv223_InvestigateCaravan0019E74EThe caravan was hit awfully close to Covenant, all right.A1a
1872MS17_Inv224_Flamingo0019E74BReally? Flamingos?A1a
1873-000A7D10Hey, Dan.A
18740008B35FIs it still OK to use your workshop?TaliaMcGovern: Oh, sure. Any of the material that's loose, feel free to use - it's odds and ends. And really, you can make anything you like there.
1875Do you have time for some questions?TaliaMcGovern: Oh, I'm afraid I haven't. I hope she's OK.
1876Can I ask you some questions?
1877Do you have time for a few questions?
18780008A814{Muttered under breath, insensitive} C'mon. Just pull it together.
1879{Disapproval} What a piece of work.
1880{Muttered under breath, irritation} Scared little mouse.
1881{Muttered under breath, irritated} What a busy-body.
1882{Muttered under breath, considering} What's your angle?
1883{Muttered under breath, irritation} Let me in, already.

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#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1884MS19CurieInLab0018E8A3Curie: Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.{bluffing / Confident} Uh... I am so authorized. You are released.Curie: Superb. I had almost given up all hope of leaving here.A1a
18850018E8A2Curie: Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.{aw shucks attitude / Apologetic} Heck no. I'm just a guy looking for the cure to a mysterious disease.Curie: You're quite certain? Perhaps you just misplaced your papers.B1a
1886Curie: Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.{for the 10th time... / Irritated} I said I'm not with them.Curie: You're quite certain? Perhaps you just misplaced your papers.B2a
18870018E8A1Curie: Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.{give bad news. sympathetic / Apologetic} Vault-tec is gone. No need to follow their rules any more.Curie: Gone? Truly? My programming doesn't cover this contingency.X1a
18880018E8A0Curie: Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.{Question} Why can't you just leave?Curie: I require verbal or written authorization. Actually any Vault-tec employee, even you, could authorize me.Y1a
1889Curie: Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab.{Question} These mole rats were lab rats?Curie: I require verbal or written authorization. Actually any Vault-tec employee, even you, could authorize me.Y2a
18900018E899Curie: If that is all, I am most eager to leave.{Relieved} Thanks for the cure.Curie: It is my hope that this cure finds it's way to someone who needs it.A1a
18910018E898Curie: If that is all, I am most eager to leave.{dismissive / Confident} I have no more use for you.Curie: Excellent. Then I will depart.B1a
18920018E897Curie: If that is all, I am most eager to leave.{annoyed that she is still hanging around / Irritated} You can go.Curie: Freedom at long last.X1a
18930018E896Curie: If that is all, I am most eager to leave.{Question} You only have one dose?Curie: That is correct. There used to be more, but they all expired.Y1a
1894Curie: If that is all, I am most eager to leave.{surprised / Question} You're just giving me the cure?Curie: That is correct. There used to be more, but they all expired.Y2a
189500102238Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.{falsely confident. a human would know he's lying / Confident} Yes. Yes, I am.Curie: Superb! I placed an emergency call so long ago. I was beginning to think something dreadful must've happened.A1a
189600102237Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.{annoyed / Irritated} Do I look like Vault-Tec security? Geez.Curie: Over the long years, who is to say what is fashionable now.B1a
189700102236Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.{impatient / Irritated} Just open the door for me.Curie: There is a proper procedure to do this thing.X1a
189800102235Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.{surprised / Question} Who the heck are you?Curie: I am a Contagions Vulnerability Robotic Infirmary Engineer, or CVRIE.Y1a
1899Curie: Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive.{Question} These mole rats carry a disease. Do you know anything about it?Curie: I am a Contagions Vulnerability Robotic Infirmary Engineer, or CVRIE.Y2a
1900MS19ForsytheSamples0002AB0DDrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Concerned} Sure. You can have some blood.DrForsythe: Excellent!A1a
19010002AB0CDrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Irritated} Um... yeah... I don't think so...DrForsythe: Squeamish? There really is nothing to fear.B1a
19020002AB0BDrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Conspiratorial} I might for some caps.DrForsythe: Alright. The overseer did give me a few caps for this. How does 50 caps sound?X1a
1903DrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Irritated} That hardly seems enough.DrForsythe: Alright. The overseer did give me a few caps for this. How does 50 caps sound?X2a
1904DrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Irritated} You'll have to do better than that to get your pound of flesh.DrForsythe: Alright. The overseer did give me a few caps for this. How does 50 caps sound?X3a
1905DrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Irritated} Make it quick. I'm not fond of needles.DrForsythe: Alright. The overseer did give me a few caps for this. How does 50 caps sound?X4a
19060002AB0ADrForsythe: Would you mind donating some medical samples? Even just a blood sample?{Question} Why do you need medical samples?DrForsythe: It's for my research.Y1a
1907MS19GiveCureToForsythe001A5DA3Player Default: Get out of here. Just leave.{ashamed / Apologetic} You're right. Give it to Austin.DrForsythe: I can't believe you were even thinking of withholding the cure from a young boy.A1a
1908001A5DA2Player Default: Are you really willing to let Austin die to rid yourself of an inconvenience?{callous, selfish / Defiant} He can die for all I care. What's one more dead child in this world?DrForsythe: No wonder we don't let many Commonwealth people into the vault.B1a
1909001A5DA1Player Default: Give him half, and I'll take the other half.{obviously not kidding, but trying to make it seem like it. / Nervous} Relax! I was just kidding. Here. Give it to Austin.DrForsythe: Just give me that serum.X1a
1910001A5DA0Player Default: How is Austin doing? Do you think he'll survive the cure?{Question} Will it fully heal him? Will he have any side effects?DrForsythe: Who knows. It's not like we have a chance to run a clinical trial.Y1a
19110002BDF6DrForsythe: Maybe because you're an adult. Might be you're just more resistant.{callous, selfish / SinisterSmile} I used it for myself. Sorry about the boy.DrForsythe: You what!? You've just sentenced Austin to death, you bastard.A1a
1912DrForsythe: Maybe because you're an adult. Might be you're just more resistant.{Neutral} Here. Take the cure and use it on the boy.DrForsythe: You what!? You've just sentenced Austin to death, you bastard.A2a
19130002BDF5DrForsythe: Maybe because you're an adult. Might be you're just more resistant.{a little defensive, a little defiant / Defiant} There's only one dose. I got bit and infected by one of those damn mole rats. I'm going to use it on myself.DrForsythe: And yet you aren't on death's door like Austin. I'm betting you just have a few minor side effects.B1a
1914DrForsythe: Maybe because you're an adult. Might be you're just more resistant.{a little defensive, a little defiant / Defiant} Let him die. I'm keeping it.DrForsythe: And yet you aren't on death's door like Austin. I'm betting you just have a few minor side effects.B2a
19150002BDF4DrForsythe: Maybe because you're an adult. Might be you're just more resistant.{bargaining / Question} Give him half, and I'll take the other half.DrForsythe: It doesn't work that way. Half a dose won't cure him.X1a
19160002BDF3DrForsythe: Maybe because you're an adult. Might be you're just more resistant.{Worried} How is Austin doing? Do you think he'll survive the cure?DrForsythe: He's been unconscious since shortly after you left.Y1a
1917MS19PenskeAskForHelp0019B47EDrPenske: I need your help to save Austin.{willing to help fix a bad situation / Concerned} I would be glad to help.DrPenske: I was hoping I could count on you.A1a
19180019B47DDrPenske: I need your help to save Austin.{dismissive, selfish / Disgust} This isn't my problem. Find someone else to run your errands.DrPenske: You useless piece of shit.B1a
19190019B47CDrPenske: I need your help to save Austin.{wants to save the life of the young boy / Worried} I'll do it for Austin.DrPenske: You have a good heart.X1a
19200019B47BDrPenske: I need your help to save Austin.{Question} What do you need me to do?DrPenske: Save my boy, Austin.Y1a
1921DrPenske: I need your help to save Austin.{Question} What's in this secret vault?DrPenske: Save my boy, Austin.Y2a