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This is a transcript for dialogue with Penny Fitzgerald.

ConvCovenantGenericPennyEdit

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1ConvCovenantGenericPenny01_0100061FE3GenericNPC_One: So... What did you think of that last caravan?{Gossipy} They were very... fragrant.GenericNPC_One: And those guards...A1a
200061FE1GenericNPC_One: And those guards...{Sharing juicy gossip} I got the shivers just looking at them. But, oh no, that didn't stop Talia.GenericNPC_One: What?A1a
300061FDFGenericNPC_One: What?{Telling a gossiping yarn} All I know is the guest bunk's lights were on well into the wee hours. And that morning I saw Talia slinking out.GenericNPC_One: You didn't?A1a
400061FDDGenericNPC_One: You didn't?{Pleased at her gossip} I swear I did. And Talia was nothing but sunshine and roses that day.GenericNPC_One: Mousy little Talia?A1a
500061FDBGenericNPC_One: Mousy little Talia?{Conspiratorial} Don't let her fool you. She's a minx.A1a
6ConvCovenantGenericPenny02_0100061FD9GenericNPC_One: Do you think that doctor fellow is coming back?{Partially pleased, but partially disappointed (because she's forced to sell things below cost)} I should expect so. He cleaned me out of stimpacks and rad-away. "My prices were the best," he said.GenericNPC_One: I heard he was heading south.A1a
700061FD7GenericNPC_One: I heard he was heading south.{Annoyed} Even after I warned him? Nothing but Super Mutants and those Atom fellows.GenericNPC_One: There's Diamond City and Goodneighbor.A1a
800061FD5GenericNPC_One: There's Diamond City and Goodneighbor.{Scoffing} Like that's any better.GenericNPC_One: You're horrible.A1a
900061FD3GenericNPC_One: You're horrible.{Bitching and gossiping, said in a low voice (if others over heard that she'd get in a little bit of trouble)} I know, we're not supposed to bad mouth them. But those Diamond City fellows and their airs get my goat.A1a

DialogueCovenantEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
10DialogueCovenant_CloseShop000786A5Closing time, sweety.A1a
11I got to lock up for the night.A2a
12Come back tomorrow.A3a
13DialogueCovenant_PennyFitzgerald0008B35DNPCFPennyFitzgerald: I hope Swanson didn't give you too hard a time at the gate. If you ask me, I think he takes his job too seriously.{Cheery, the last bit is an obviously practiced line / Flirting} But welcome! Everyone around here calls me Mrs. Fitzgerald. But you, cutey, can call me Penny.Player Default: Nice to meet a friendly face.A1a
140008B35CPlayer Default: Nice to meet a friendly face.{Too cheery} You're in luck then. Covenant is the friendliest place in the whole Commonwealth. You'll see!PennyFitzgerald: You here to shop? I'll make sure to give you a good price.A1a
150008B35BPlayer Default: You're awfully chipper.{Amused by the player being suspicious, too cheery} Looks like someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed, Mr. Grumpy Pants.PennyFitzgerald: You here to shop? I'll make sure to give you a good price.B1a
16Player Default: You're awfully chipper.{Amused by the player being suspicious, too cheery} Looks like someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed, Mrs. Grumpy Pants.PennyFitzgerald: You here to shop? I'll make sure to give you a good price.B2a
170008B359Player Default: What do you do around here?{Cheery, gossipy on the second sentence} A bit of everything. I try to leave some things left for the men folk to do so they feel in charge.PennyFitzgerald: You here to shop? I'll make sure to give you a good price.Y1a
180008B354Player Default: You're in luck then. Covenant is the friendliest place in the whole Commonwealth. You'll see!{Overly eager} You here to shop? I'll make sure to give you a good price.Player Default: Let me see what you got.A1a
190008B353Player Default: Let me see what you got.Best deal's around.A1a
20Player Default: Let me see what you got.Take your time, sweety.A2a
21Player Default: Let me see what you got.You won't find better quality anywhere.A3a
220008B352Player Default: Not interested right now.{Friendly goodbye line} Suit yourself.B1a
230008B350Player Default: What do you sell?Whatever the caravans bring in. Plus anything Ms. McGovern can cobble together. You want to take a look?Player Default: Let me see what you got.Y1a
24000A7CAD{Cheery, genuinely happy to see the player} Some say you Brotherhood types are bad news. But after what you did to the Institute I'll sell you anything you like.Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
25{Cheery, genuinely happy to see the player} The Institute's just gone. Brotherhood, too. What happened? Never mind my nattering, what can I get for you?Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
26{Cheery, genuinely happy to see the player} Why if it isn't my favorite Minuteman. Fresh from taking care of the Institute, are we? Well, don't expect too deep a discount.Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
27{Trying to sound casual, but worried} Buy up while you can. With the Institute doing god-knows-what, who knows how long any of us will stay in business?Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
28{Cheery, genuinely happy to see the player} And there you are. Everyone's abuzz about you after your visit to... well, you know. I'll give you the friends and family discount, honey.Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
29{Cheery, genuine (for once)} My favorite shopper. Need anything?Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
30{Cheery, very gossipy on the second sentence} I hope Swanson didn't give you too hard a time at the gate. If you ask me, I think he takes his job too seriously.PennyFitzgerald: But welcome! Everyone around here calls me Mrs. Fitzgerald. But you, cutey, can call me Penny.A
31{Being too friendly and it's clear she's nervous and wants the player to leave. Now.} You here to shop? If not, I'm sure you got places to go and all. I hope you've enjoyed your stay.Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
32{Friendly} You here to shop?Player Default: Let me see what you got.A
33-000C459F{Angry, will lead to violence} Get out of there!
34000C459E{Angry} That's stealing!
35000890B6Enjoy your stay.

MS17Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
36MS17_200_Penny_QHub000ED451{Nervous / Nervous} Well, I don't know. I'm awfully busy. Make it quick.Player Default: Do you know anything about a missing caravan?A1a
37{Likes the player / Flirting} For you, certainly.Player Default: Do you know anything about a missing caravan?A2a
38000ED44FPlayer Default: I have to go.{Super friendly / Flirting} Well, you take care now.B1a
39000ED44EPlayer Default: Could you tell me anything about the Compound?{Friendly, making a dig at the men} 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
40{Giving herself a pat on the back / Conspiratorial} But between you and me, I think shrewd trading may play a big part.Player Default: Do you know anything about a missing caravan?X1b
41000ED44DPlayer Default: Does Covenant have some sort of problem with synths?{Creepy cheery} Everyone that passes the test is welcome to visit. But we are particular on who can live here.Y1a
42{Emphasizes this too much} And having a positive attitude is important to us.Player Default: Do you know anything about a missing caravan?Y1b
43MS17_200_PennyCaravan0008B342{Friendly, trying to deflect / Irritated} You've been talking to Mr. Dan. I don't know what he's carrying on about.PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.A1a
44{Unsteady, nervous, obviously knows something. Very eager to stop talking / Nervous} Oh, you're still carrying on about that? Listen, I'm really busy, you know? But you take care now.PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.A2a
45{Friendly, then shut down / Irritated} Don't even get me started on that again. Only so many hours in a day. Goodbye, sweetie.PennyFitzgerald: He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.A3a
4600053705PennyFitzgerald: You've been talking to Mr. Dan. I don't know what he's carrying on about.{Gossip / Conspiratorial} He's just stirring the pot, if you ask me.Player Default: Definitely. He has such an attitude.A1a
4700053700Player Default: Definitely. He has such an attitude.{Gossiping / Conspiratorial} I know! He's so smug.PennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.A1a
48000536FFPlayer Default: What are you hiding?{Shocked, then overly politely says goodbye (but the tone is "screw you") / Surprised} Well, I never. Good day to you, too.PennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.B1a
49000536FEPlayer Default: If you say so.{Catches herself before she gets carried away} I do say so. But I have things that need tending. Good day.PennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.X1a
50000536FDPlayer Default: Why would he do that?{Gossiping, judgmental} 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.PennyFitzgerald: And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.Y1a
51000536FCPlayer Default: I know! He's so smug.{Disdain for Dan, some fire on the end (she is Fighting the Good Fight in her mind) / Irritated} And Dan thinks he's the one helping people. He wouldn't know the first thing about making the Commonwealth a better, safer place.Player Default: He should be thankful you let him in.A1a
52000536F7Player Default: He should be thankful you let him in.{Annoyed / Irritated} Instead he stomps around interrogating people.PennyFitzgerald: If the Compound did do something to his precious caravan, they had reasons for it. Better reasons than a man like him...A1a
53Player Default: He should be thankful you let him in.{Sincere, friendly} Don't get me started. Still, got a lot to do. You have a great day.PennyFitzgerald: If the Compound did do something to his precious caravan, they had reasons for it. Better reasons than a man like him...A2a
54000536F6Player Default: You guys aren't doing anything special.{Offended, then overly politely says goodbye (but the tone is "screw you") / Irritated} We're not are we? Well, I guess not. Good day to you, stranger.PennyFitzgerald: If the Compound did do something to his precious caravan, they had reasons for it. Better reasons than a man like him...B1a
55000536F5Player Default: Yeah, mercenaries.{Irritated, but super friendly to the PC (sounds sincere)} He just gets my goat. But enough of my yammering. You take care, sugar.PennyFitzgerald: If the Compound did do something to his precious caravan, they had reasons for it. Better reasons than a man like him...X1a
56000536F4Player Default: How does Covenant help people?{About to blab about something she shouldn't. Very obviously stops herself and then leaves abruptly.} 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.PennyFitzgerald: If the Compound did do something to his precious caravan, they had reasons for it. Better reasons than a man like him...Y1a
57000536F3Player Default: Instead he stomps around interrogating people.{In gossiping mode then, "Oh shit!" she accidentally says something she shouldn't. / Angry} If the Compound did do something to his precious caravan, they had reasons for it. Better reasons than a man like him...A1a
58{Gets panicky, overly insistent / Nervous} You know, honey, I was just shooting off at the mouth. Just forget anything I said about that. And the Compound. I have to go.A1b
59MS17_200_PennyCompound000ED453{Nervous, obviously hiding something / Nervous} Compound? Who said anything about a Compound? You know what, I really am very busy.A1a
60MS17_200_PennySynths000ED452{Super judgmental} Thank god, we don't. None of those machines are in here.Player Default: Do you know anything about a missing caravan?A1a
61-0008A813Are you alright, sweety?
62I caught you wool-gathering, didn't I?