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“ She is extremely intelligent and resourceful. Her only difficulty as a young child was understanding personal property laws. ” — Character selection description
Natalia Dubrovhsky is an inhabitant of Vault 13 in 2161 and a (non-canon) possible identity of the Vault Dweller.
Natalia is the grandchild of a
Russian diplomat who worked at the Soviet Consulate in Los Angeles. She is a talented acrobat, with excellent coordination and reflexes. She is extremely intelligent and resourceful. Her only difficulty as a young child was understanding personal property laws. Natalia is very interested in leaving the vault and curious to explore the outside world.
She is designed to offer a stealthy, as opposed to a combative or diplomatic, approach to solving the central conflict of the game: the Master.
If her strong suits are played right, confronting the Master may not even be an issue, as one can simply sneak in and detonate the nuke hidden below the Cathedral.
As the Vault Dweller is established as being male in , she cannot Fallout 2 canonically be the Vault Dweller.
Her biography, the in-game description in , the Fallout AK-112 assault rifle, a couple of plaques in the Museum of Technology in and a terminal entry in Fallout 3 The Switchboard in are the only places where the Fallout 4 Soviet Union is ever mentioned in any of the Fallout games.
All non-player characters using the default appearance for females have Natalia's likeness, as their hairstyles are similar.
Natalia appears only in the original