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This is a transcript for dialogue with Preston Garvey (COM).

COMPickUpSceneEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
357COMCaitPickUpScene000F2527Player Default: About time I got out of this place. Let's go.All yours, Cait. Take care.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A2a
358COMCodsworthPickUpScene000FBD2ECodsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{pleasantly / Friendly} Hey Codsworth. Take over keeping an eye on him for me?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A3a
359Codsworth: By the way, Concord is nearby, and I've seen people there. I don't know if they can help, but perhaps we should take a look?{pleasantly / Friendly} Hey Codsworth. Take over keeping an eye on her for me?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A4a
360COMDansePickUpScene001100B2Player Default: Roger that.{Punch "all", a subtle warning} Remember... the Commonwealth belongs to all of us, Paladin Danse.Dogmeat: (curious sound)A2a
1686DogmeatPickupScene00216867Player Default: (playful bark){Friendly} You'll keep an eye on her, won't you, boy?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A10a
1687Player Default: (playful bark){Friendly} You'll keep an eye on him, won't you, boy?Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A11a
361COMHancockPickUpScene0012EDC6Player Default: Done.{Concerned} Don't let him talk you into anything you'll regret later.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A6a
362COMMacCreadyPickUpScene0011CD23Player Default: About time. I was getting bored.Good luck out there, MacCready.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A2a
363COMNickPickupScene0015FC32Player Default: Well alright.{Friendly} I know I'm leaving her in good hands, Nick. Be careful out there.Dogmeat: (pained whimper)A6a
364Player Default: Well alright.{Friendly} I know I'm leaving him in good hands, Nick. Be careful out there.Dogmeat: (pained whimper)A7a
371COMPiperPickupScene00162C4BPlayer Default: Will do.{joking about Piper's penchant for getting herself into trouble / Friendly} Piper, you listen to him now. He'll keep you out of trouble.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A9a
372Player Default: Will do.{joking about Piper's penchant for getting herself into trouble / Friendly} Piper, you listen to her now. She'll keep you out of trouble.Dogmeat: (sad whimper)A10a
1535COMStrongPickUpScene00121490Player Default: Strong learn secret of humans.{Worried} I sure hope you know what you're doing.Strong: Robot stop squawking. Strong smash.A6a
1536COMX688_PickupScene00126FFEPlayer Default: Right behind you, sir.{Suspicious} If you trust him, General, then I guess I have to stop worrying.X688: He couldn't be in better hands.A8a

COMPrestonEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
373COMPreston_01_NeutralToFriendship000A7CB7{Friendly} I've still got something I want to tell you, if you've got a minute.Player Default: Sure, go ahead.A
374{Friendly} Do you have a minute?Player Default: Sure, go ahead.A
375000FBA5BPlayer Default: We are the good guys.{Confident} We're doing our best. And a lot of it has to do with your example. So, I guess what I'm trying to say is... thanks.Preston: Anyway. I appreciate you taking the time to listen.A1a
376000FBA5APlayer Default: Why are you telling me all of this?{Friendly} I guess I'm just trying to say thank you, if that makes any sense. Thank you for being different than most everyone else I've run across.Preston: Anyway. I appreciate you taking the time to listen.Y1a
377000FBA58Player Default: We're doing our best. And a lot of it has to do with your example. So, I guess what I'm trying to say is... thanks.{Grateful} Anyway. I appreciate you taking the time to listen.Player Default: Any time, Preston.A1a
378000FAEB0Player Default: Not now.{Friendly} Yeah, sure. We'll talk later.Preston: Since we've met, you've done some things that made me wonder if I had made a mistake in trusting you. I think I've been pretty clear about that.B1a
379000FAEAFPlayer Default: Make it quick.{Friendly} This won't take long.Preston: Since we've met, you've done some things that made me wonder if I had made a mistake in trusting you. I think I've been pretty clear about that.X1a
380000FAEA9Player Default: Yeah, sure. We'll talk later.{Stern} Since we've met, you've done some things that made me wonder if I had made a mistake in trusting you. I think I've been pretty clear about that.A1a
381{Impressed} But I want you to know, I've seen how you've changed.A1b
382{Impressed} You're really starting to live up to the ideals that the Minutemen are supposed to stand for.Player Default: Thanks. That means a lot coming from you.A1c
383Player Default: Yeah, sure. We'll talk later.{Friendly} When we first met, I admit, I had my doubts about you.A2a
384{Impressed} But you've done nothing but impress me. You're just who the Minutemen needed to bring us back from the brink.Player Default: Thanks. That means a lot coming from you.A2b
385000FAEA4Player Default: Thanks. That means a lot coming from you.{Neutral} You've probably realized by now how important the Minutemen are to me.Preston: When I was a kid, the Minutemen were my heroes. They were the only good guys around, really.A1a
386000FAEA3Player Default: I didn't do any of it to impress you.{Friendly} You act like you're a hardass, but I judge people by what they do, not what they say.Preston: When I was a kid, the Minutemen were my heroes. They were the only good guys around, really.B1a
387000FAEA2Player Default: I'm not sure I'm all that, Preston.{Friendly} You don't give yourself enough credit.Preston: When I was a kid, the Minutemen were my heroes. They were the only good guys around, really.X1a
388000FAE9FPlayer Default: You've probably realized by now how important the Minutemen are to me.{Neutral} When I was a kid, the Minutemen were my heroes. They were the only good guys around, really.A1a
389{Neutral} When I turned 17, I joined up with Ezra Hollis's company. He was one of the good ones. Really believed in the old-time Minuteman way.A1b
390{Happy} We had a few good years there. I felt like I was part of something bigger than me. Like I was really helping make the Commonwealth a better place.Player Default: It sounds like you were really making a difference.A1c
391000FAE9EPlayer Default: It sounds like you were really making a difference.{Somber} I think we were. I know we were. But, obviously... it didn't last.Preston: I'm sure there was a lot I didn't see, or know enough to pay attention to.A1a
392000FAE9DPlayer Default: And then, as usual, everything fell apart.{Somber} That's a cynical way to look at it, but... yeah. Things did fall apart.Preston: I'm sure there was a lot I didn't see, or know enough to pay attention to.B1a
393000FAE96Player Default: I think we were. I know we were. But, obviously... it didn't last.{Somber} I'm sure there was a lot I didn't see, or know enough to pay attention to.A1a
394{Somber} You know, the politics and rivalries and bad blood between the different groups.A1b
395{Thinking} I guess General Becker was able to keep a lid on it. Keep everyone more or less on the same team.A1c
396{Disbelief} But after he was killed, it all came out in the open. I couldn't believe it at first.A1d
397{Disgust} These guys were supposed to be Minutemen. They were supposed to put their duty to the people ahead of everything else.A1e
398{Thinking} You probably think I was pretty naive, huh? I guess I was. Still am, too, even after everything.A1f
399{Defiant} I still believe that the Minutemen can be what I always thought they were. The good guys.Player Default: We are the good guys.A1g
400000E9717Player Default: Thanks, man.{Neutral} We'd probably better get back to it.A1a
401000E9716Player Default: Any time, Preston.{Friendly} Thanks, man.Preston: We'd probably better get back to it.A1a
402Player Default: Any time, Preston.{Friendly} Thanks.Preston: We'd probably better get back to it.A2a
403000E9715Player Default: I've got to go.{Neutral} Yeah, I'm done.Preston: We'd probably better get back to it.B1a
404000E9714Player Default: We don't have to hug now, do we?{Amused} Nah, I'm not really a hugger.Preston: We'd probably better get back to it.X1a
405000E9713Player Default: Anything else?{Happy} No, that was it.Preston: We'd probably better get back to it.Y1a
406COMPreston_03_ConfidantToInfatuation000A7CB7{Nervous} I'm still hoping to, uh, have that talk with you. Is this a good time?Player Default: Yeah, go ahead.A
407{Nervous} You have a minute? I, uh... well I wanted to talk about something.Player Default: Yeah, go ahead.A
408000DD746Player Default: We'll have to do it later.{Relieved} Sure, it can wait.Preston: I've been thinking back lately on how things were for me when we first met.B1a
409000DD743Player Default: Can't it wait?{Relieved} Yeah, it's nothing urgent. We'll talk later.Preston: I've been thinking back lately on how things were for me when we first met.X1a
410000DD68FPlayer Default: I don't have to stop loving her to be able to love you, too.{with a huge smile / Surprised} Really?Preston: That's... that's fantastic! Wow, I, uh... well, I don't really know what to say.A1a
411000DD688Player Default: I think this is a mistake. I should never have brought it up.{Depressed} Don't worry about it. I understand.Preston: I hope this doesn't make things awkward between us. You don't need to worry about me. I'll be fine.B1a
412000DD686Player Default: I'm willing to give it a try if you are.{with a huge smile / Happy} You are? Really?Preston: That's... that's fantastic! Wow, I, uh... well, I don't really know what to say.X1a
413000DD685Player Default: You're right, Preston, I'm not ready to move on. I'm sorry.{Concerned} I understand completely. There's nothing to apologize for.Preston: I hope this doesn't make things awkward between us. You don't need to worry about me. I'll be fine.Y1a
414000DD656Player Default: Don't worry about it. I understand.{Concerned} I hope this doesn't make things awkward between us. You don't need to worry about me. I'll be fine.A1a
415{Friendly} I'm glad that I had a chance to say it, even though the outcome wasn't what I'd hoped for. Now I've said it, we can move on.Preston: That's... that's fantastic! Wow, I, uh... well, I don't really know what to say.A1b
416000DD64FPreston: I'm glad that I had a chance to say it, even though the outcome wasn't what I'd hoped for. Now I've said it, we can move on.{grinning like a fool / Happy} That's... that's fantastic! Wow, I, uh... well, I don't really know what to say.A1a
417{Happy} We don't need to rush things. I'm just happy knowing that what I felt, that it was real. That it wasn't just in my imagination.A1b
418{Happy} You're going to have to give me a minute to just enjoy this feeling.A1c
41900097CDDPlayer Default: Sure, it can wait.{Thinking} I've been thinking back lately on how things were for me when we first met.A1a
420{Somber} It was the lowest point of my life. I mean... all my closest friends were dead. Everything I believed in had turned out to be a lie.A1b
421{Somber} I'd failed everyone who'd ever relied on me. I'd led them to Concord and we had no hope of getting out alive.A1c
422{Somber} The thing is... that was actually okay with me. I was ready to die. It was what I felt I deserved. It was what I wanted.Player Default: You did your best, Preston. You can't blame yourself for what happened.A1d
42300097CDCPlayer Default: You did your best, Preston. You can't blame yourself for what happened.{Neutral} I know it wasn't all on me. But, I made my share of bad decisions along the way. I've got to live with that.Preston: My point in all of this is that, well... you saved my life. And not just by saving us from those raiders in Concord.A1a
42400097CDBPlayer Default: Are you going somewhere with this?{Apologetic} Yeah, sorry, I'm working my way to it.Preston: My point in all of this is that, well... you saved my life. And not just by saving us from those raiders in Concord.B1a
42500097CDAPlayer Default: I never realized you'd lost hope like that.{Somber} I had to put on a brave face as long as there were still people counting on me. That's the only reason I kept going.Preston: My point in all of this is that, well... you saved my life. And not just by saving us from those raiders in Concord.X1a
42600097CD9Player Default: You don't still feel that way, do you?{Grateful} No. Not at all. That's what I wanted to talk about.Preston: My point in all of this is that, well... you saved my life. And not just by saving us from those raiders in Concord.Y1a
42700097CD4Player Default: I know it wasn't all on me. But, I made my share of bad decisions along the way. I've got to live with that.{Grateful} My point in all of this is that, well... you saved my life. And not just by saving us from those raiders in Concord.A1a
428{Thinking} I mean, that you... made me want to keep living again. I guess that sounds pretty sappy, but it's true.A1b
429{Somber} If we hadn't met, or if you'd killed those raiders and then just taken off... I don't know if I'd still be around.A1c
430{Somber} I think I would have found some way to... you know... end it.A1d
431{Sad} Maybe not by shooting myself in the head or anything, but just by not caring about staying alive.A1e
432{Grateful} So, I just wanted you to know that. How much our friendship has meant to me.Player Default: I'm glad you decided to stick around, Preston. The world needs more people like you.A1f
43300097CCFPlayer Default: I'm glad you decided to stick around, Preston. The world needs more people like you.{Friendly} Well now you're making me embarrassed.A1a
434{Friendly} I hope I didn't make you too uncomfortable telling you all that. I just felt like it needed to be said, you know?Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?A1b
435Player Default: I'm glad you decided to stick around, Preston. The world needs more people like you.{Friendly} I do. I wouldn't have said all that to just anybody, you know.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?A2a
43600097CCEPlayer Default: That's great, but I'm not comfortable getting into this kind of thing with you.{a little taken aback, and disappointed at the player's unfriendly reaction to you baring your soul / Apologetic} Oh, sure. I'll try to keep that in mind from here on out. I didn't mean to make you uncomfortable.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?B1a
437Player Default: That's great, but I'm not comfortable getting into this kind of thing with you.{disappointed at the player's negative reaction / Apologetic} Got it, General. I'm sorry for stepping over the line. It won't happen again, I promise.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?B2a
43800097CCDPlayer Default: Thanks, Preston. I know that wasn't easy for you to talk about.{Grateful} It feels better finally getting to say it out loud. Thanks for listening, man.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?X1a
439Player Default: Thanks, Preston. I know that wasn't easy for you to talk about.{Grateful} It feels better finally getting to say it out loud. Thanks for listening.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?X2a
440Player Default: Thanks, Preston. I know that wasn't easy for you to talk about.{Grateful} Yeah, well, thanks for listening.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?X3a
44100097CCCPlayer Default: Have you ever thought about us becoming more than just friends?{fumbling, confused, happy / Surprised} Have I ever...? You mean you've also...Y1a
442{taking a deep breath, ready to declare your love for the first time / Happy} Hold on. You kind of caught me off guard there. Let me start over.Preston: If you're asking if I've ever thought about you... romantically, the short answer is yes.Y1b
443Player Default: Have you ever thought about us becoming more than just friends?{Nervous} Oh, wow. That's, uh, really flattering, but... you'd have to give me some time to think about that.Y2a
444{Friendly} How about we just stay friends for now, all right?Y2b
445{Friendly} So, yeah. I guess we ought to get back to it.Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?Y2c
44600097CCBPlayer Default: I hope I didn't make you too uncomfortable telling you all that. I just felt like it needed to be said, you know?{Friendly} I guess we should get back to it, huh?Preston: If you're asking if I've ever thought about you... romantically, the short answer is yes.A1a
44700097CC9Preston: I guess we should get back to it, huh?{with a big smile - you're ecstatic - but also a bit awkward - this is way out of your comfort zone / Happy} If you're asking if I've ever thought about you... romantically, the short answer is yes.A1a
448{Awed} But I didn't ever imagine that you could feel the same way about me.Preston: I mean, I know he's gone, but you still seem to be in love with your husband... I didn't think you were ready to move on.A1b
44900097CC8Preston: But I didn't ever imagine that you could feel the same way about me.{Concerned} I mean, I know he's gone, but you still seem to be in love with your husband... I didn't think you were ready to move on.Player Default: I don't have to stop loving her to be able to love you, too.A1a
450Preston: But I didn't ever imagine that you could feel the same way about me.{Concerned} I mean, I know she's gone, but you still seem to be in love with your wife... I didn't think you were ready to move on.Player Default: I don't have to stop loving her to be able to love you, too.A2a
451COMPreston_04_NeutralToDisdain000A7CB7{Irritated} I'm getting tired of waiting for you to have time to talk.Player Default: Alright, I'm listening.A
452{Stern} We need to talk. Right now.Player Default: Alright, I'm listening.A
4530007930FPlayer Default: You're right, I can be a better person.{Friendly} It's a hard road we walk, but it's worth it.A1a
454{Confident} Years from now, people are going to look back and they're going to remember us.A1b
455{Confident} They're going to say "They made a difference. They gave us hope."Preston: Anyway, thanks for letting me talk. We're good now.A1c
4560007930EPlayer Default: Spare me the pep talk, will you?{Disgust} Forget it. You just keep doing what you think you need to, no matter who gets hurt. Just don't expect me to be happy about it.Preston: Anyway, thanks for letting me talk. We're good now.B1a
4570007930CPlayer Default: Why? Why do we have to be the examples?{Concerned} Because people look up to the Minutemen. They respect us because we give them an ideal to aspire to.Y1a
458{Confident} I should know, when I was a kid, the Minutemen were my heroes. They made me want to look out for folks and protect my neighbors.Y1b
459{Confident} When people get inspired, they can solve any problem. The way I see it, we've got the responsibility to inspire people.Y1c
460{Confident} That's why it's on us to set an example.Preston: Anyway, thanks for letting me talk. We're good now.Y1d
46100079320Player Default: Not now, Preston.{Disgust} Okay. But we are going to have a conversation, if not now, then soon.Preston: Look, when we first met, I could tell you were different.B1a
46200079319Player Default: Okay. But we are going to have a conversation, if not now, then soon.{Stern} Look, when we first met, I could tell you were different.A1a
463{Concerned} I thought maybe you could help us turn things around and really help make the Commonwealth a better place.A1b
464{Stern} What I've seen lately, though, is someone who doesn't care about anyone but himself. You hear what I'm saying?Player Default: Maybe I have made a few mistakes.A1c
46500079318Player Default: Maybe I have made a few mistakes.{Concerned} Hey man, we all do. It's human nature.Preston: Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.A1a
466Player Default: Maybe I have made a few mistakes.{Concerned} Hey, we all do. It's human nature.Preston: Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.A2a
46700079317Player Default: You're wrong, Preston.{Stern} I know what I've seen, man. I've kept quiet so far, but not anymore.Preston: Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.B1a
468Player Default: You're wrong, Preston.{Stern} I know what I've seen. I've kept quiet so far, but not anymore.Preston: Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.B2a
46900079316Player Default: Whatever.{Stern} Come on, man, don't blow me off. I've still got your back, but you need to hear this.Preston: Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.X1a
470Player Default: Whatever.{Stern} Come on, don't blow me off. I've still got your back, but you need to hear this.Preston: Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.X2a
47100079310Player Default: Hey man, we all do. It's human nature.{Concerned} Look, all I'm asking for is a little more consideration, alright? Think about the consequences of your actions and how they affect people.A1a
472{Concerned} I don't expect you to be a saint, but I can tell you're a good person at heart.A1b
473{Concerned} I know it's easy to take advantage of people or solve problems with violence, but there's a better way and we need to show people that.Player Default: You're right, I can be a better person.A1c
47400079306Player Default: They're going to say "They made a difference. They gave us hope."{Friendly} Anyway, thanks for letting me talk. We're good now.A1a
475COMPreston_05_DisdainToHatred000A7CB7{Angry} You've gone too far. We're done.Player Default: Take it easy, Preston. I'm sure we can work this out.A
476000FC41A{Disgust} Sure, just walk away. About what I expected from a cowardly bully like you.A1a
477000FC415Player Default: Take it easy, Preston. I'm sure we can work this out.{Angry} I don't think so. Not after the kinds of things you've done.Preston: I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.A1a
478000FC414Player Default: Not another lecture.{Angry} Is that all this is to you?Preston: I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.B1a
479000FC413Player Default: You seem upset about something.{Sarcastic} That's pretty perceptive of you.Preston: I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.X1a
480000FC412Player Default: What's got you so riled up?{Disgust} You're smarter than that.Preston: I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.Y1a
481000FC411Player Default: I don't think so. Not after the kinds of things you've done.{Stern} I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.Preston: I thought I got through to you. But it's obvious now that you were just telling me what I wanted to hear.A1a
482000FC410Preston: I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.{Disgust} I thought I got through to you. But it's obvious now that you were just telling me what I wanted to hear.Preston: I wish I hadn't given you another chance. I should have known you were just blowing smoke up my ass.A1a
483Preston: I tried to tell you before that I wasn't happy with what you were doing.{Stern} You didn't seem to care. I still hoped you might have heard me. That you might still change.A2a
484{Disgust} Turns out that was just wishful thinking.Preston: I wish I hadn't given you another chance. I should have known you were just blowing smoke up my ass.A2b
485000FC40FPreston: I thought I got through to you. But it's obvious now that you were just telling me what I wanted to hear.{Angry} I wish I hadn't given you another chance. I should have known you were just blowing smoke up my ass.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.A1a
486Preston: I thought I got through to you. But it's obvious now that you were just telling me what I wanted to hear.{Angry} You're just out for number one, and the whole rest of the world be damned. I can't close my eyes to it any more.Player Default: I'm sorry, Preston. I can do better.A2a
487000FC40APlayer Default: I'm sorry, Preston. I can do better.{Suspicious} I'd like to believe you mean it this time, but... how do I know you're not just telling me what I want to hear?Player Default: I understand what you're saying. I'll turn things around, I promise.A1a
488000FC409Player Default: And I've had enough of your holier-than-thou attitude.{Angry} You're a real piece of work, you know that?Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.B1a
489000FC408Player Default: You should do what you've got to do.{Disbelief} Man, I can't believe how wrong I was about you.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.X1a
490Player Default: You should do what you've got to do.{shaking your head in disappointment and disbelief / Disbelief} I can't believe how wrong I was about you.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.X2a
491000FC407Player Default: Is there any way I can change your mind?{Suspicious} I doubt it. But I'm listening.Player Default: I understand what you're saying. I'll turn things around, I promise.Y1a
492000FC402Player Default: I understand what you're saying. I'll turn things around, I promise.{Concerned} Fine. I'll give you one more chance.A1a
493{Stern} But if things keep on the same way they've been going, then count on it: we're done.A1b
494{Worried} I hope you really mean it this time.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.A1c
495Player Default: I understand what you're saying. I'll turn things around, I promise.{Somber} No, sorry. It's too late for that.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.A2a
496000FC401Player Default: Forget it.{Disgust} You're not even willing to try, huh?Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.B1a
497000FC400Player Default: The Minutemen need me.{thinking about whether to believe the player's apology / Stern} I know. That's what's such a damned shame about this whole thing...Preston: Fine. I'll give you one more chance.X1a
498Player Default: The Minutemen need me.{Somber} That's not enough.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.X2a
499000FC3FFPlayer Default: I still need your help. And you still owe me.{Disgust} Damn. You're going to play that card, huh?Preston: Fine. I'll give you one more chance.Y1a
500Player Default: I still need your help. And you still owe me.{Angry} No. I've paid you back and then some. Screw you for even suggesting otherwise.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.Y2a
501000FC3FDPlayer Default: I hope you really mean it this time.{Depressed} You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.A1a
502{Angry} But I don't have to personally help you make our reputation even worse than it was.A1b
503{Somber} I'll still follow your orders as a loyal Minuteman. But our friendship... that's over.Preston: Fine. I'll give you one more chance.A1c
504COMPreston_06_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiration000A7CB7{Concerned} We really do need to talk, if you've got a minute.Player Default: I always have time for you, Preston.A
505{Concerned} Hey, we need to talk. It's kind of important.Player Default: I always have time for you, Preston.A
506000DD59DPlayer Default: I always have time for you, Preston.{a little uncomfortable since you're about to 'break up' with the player / Surprised} Well, that's good to hear.Preston: This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.A1a
507000DD59BPlayer Default: Not right now.{reluctantly / Worried} Well... okay. I guess it can wait.Preston: This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.B1a
508000DD58FPlayer Default: Are you upset about something?{Concerned} Yeah, I am actually.Preston: This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.Y1a
509000DD58BPlayer Default: Well, that's good to hear.{Somber} This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.Preston: I thought you'd changed. I thought you were done with this kind of stuff.A1a
510Player Default: Well, that's good to hear.{Stern} You need to know - I'm not happy with the way things have been going.Preston: I thought you'd changed. I thought you were done with this kind of stuff.A2a
511000DD58APreston: This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.{Worried} I thought you'd changed. I thought you were done with this kind of stuff.A1a
512{Stern} But now I see you falling back into your old ways.Preston: It's made me rethink some things. I don't think we can be together when I'm having these kind of doubts about you.A1b
513Preston: This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.{Worried} You don't seem like the same person I fell in love with.A2a
514{Worried} Some of the things you've been doing lately... well, I just didn't think that was who you were.Preston: It's made me rethink some things. I don't think we can be together when I'm having these kind of doubts about you.A2b
515Preston: This isn't easy for me to say, but... I'm not happy with the way things have been going.{Worried} Some of the things you've been doing lately... well, I just didn't think that was who you were.Preston: It's made me rethink some things. I don't think we can be together when I'm having these kind of doubts about you.A3a
516000DD582Preston: But now I see you falling back into your old ways.{Somber} It's made me rethink some things. I don't think we can be together when I'm having these kind of doubts about you.Player Default: I'm sorry, Preston. I'll do better.A1a
517000DD4CFPlayer Default: I'm sorry, Preston. I'll do better.{Concerned} I accept your apology, but it isn't enough to change anything right now.Preston: Look. I'm not giving up on our friendship.A1a
518000DD4CEPlayer Default: I can't believe you're doing this to me.{Angry} There you go. Everything's about you, right?Preston: Look. I'm not giving up on our friendship.B1a
519000DD4C9Player Default: I never meant to hurt you.{Stern} It doesn't matter what you meant. What matters is what you did.Preston: Look. I'm not giving up on our friendship.X1a
520000DD4C7Player Default: I accept your apology, but it isn't enough to change anything right now.{trying to stay calm / Concerned} Look. I'm not giving up on our friendship.A1a
521{Sad} But unless something changes, you and I... what we had... that's over.A1b
522Player Default: I accept your apology, but it isn't enough to change anything right now.{trying to stay calm / Concerned} Look. I'm not giving up on our friendship. But things have to change.A2a
523COMPreston_07_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral000A7CB7{Concerned} We still need to have that conversation, you know.Player Default: Nothing serious, I hope.A
524{Concerned} Hold up a minute. There's something that's been bothering me.Player Default: Nothing serious, I hope.A
525000DD40DPlayer Default: Nothing serious, I hope.{Concerned} That's up to you.Preston: I know we haven't always seen eye-to-eye on everything. But I thought we'd gotten past that.A1a
526000DD409Player Default: Not right now.{Concerned} Okay. But you can't put this off forever.Preston: I know we haven't always seen eye-to-eye on everything. But I thought we'd gotten past that.B1a
527000DD404Player Default: That's up to you.{Concerned} I know we haven't always seen eye-to-eye on everything. But I thought we'd gotten past that.Preston: Lately, though... I don't know what's gotten into you. You don't seem to care about anything except yourself.A1a
528Player Default: That's up to you.{Stern} I thought we were friends, you know? I thought you respected my opinions.A2a
529{Somber} I thought we had the same ideas about right and wrong.Preston: Lately, though... I don't know what's gotten into you. You don't seem to care about anything except yourself.A2b
530000DD402Preston: I know we haven't always seen eye-to-eye on everything. But I thought we'd gotten past that.{Stern} Lately, though... I don't know what's gotten into you. You don't seem to care about anything except yourself.A1a
531{Worried} Maybe I was just seeing something in you that wasn't really there. It's happened to me before, you know.A1b
532{Tired} I guess I tend to idealize people. See them how I want them to be, not necessarily how they really are.Player Default: I'm sorry, Preston. I'm glad you told me how you feel.A1c
533000DD3B5Player Default: I'm sorry, Preston. I'm glad you told me how you feel.{Somber} I don't need your apology.Preston: If you want to keep me as a friend, things have got to change.A1a
534000DD3B4Player Default: I'm getting really tired of you lecturing me.{Disgust} Just say the word and I'll be out of your hair.Preston: If you want to keep me as a friend, things have got to change.B1a
535000DD3AFPlayer Default: I don't think I've been behaving any differently than I ever have.{Irritated} You should think a little harder about that.Preston: If you want to keep me as a friend, things have got to change.X1a
536000DD3AEPlayer Default: How can I make things better between us?{Somber} It's pretty simple.Preston: If you want to keep me as a friend, things have got to change.Y1a
537000DD3ABPlayer Default: I don't need your apology.{Somber} If you want to keep me as a friend, things have got to change.A1a
538{Somber} If you don't care what I think, just keep doing what you're doing.A1b
539COMPreston_08_RepeatNeutralToDisdain000A7CB7{Stern} We still need to talk. I mean it.Player Default: What's bothering you, Preston?A
540{Stern} Hold up. We need to talk.Player Default: What's bothering you, Preston?A
541000E2AD7Player Default: This isn't a good time.{Disgust} I've noticed you never have time to listen to me any more.Preston: I think you know what I'm going to say. You should. We've had this conversation before.B1a
542000E2AD4Player Default: I've noticed you never have time to listen to me any more.{Stern} I think you know what I'm going to say. You should. We've had this conversation before.A1a
543{Concerned} I keep thinking you're going to change, and sometimes it seems that you have.A1b
544{Stern} But now it seems like you've gone back to the same old habits.Preston: Taking advantage of people, solving things with violence... it's got to stop, man.A1c
545000E2AD3Preston: But now it seems like you've gone back to the same old habits.{Stern} Taking advantage of people, solving things with violence... it's got to stop, man.Preston: I'm telling you this as a friend. Because if things don't change, I'm not going to be able to be your friend any more.A1a
546Preston: But now it seems like you've gone back to the same old habits.{Stern} Taking advantage of people, solving things with violence... it's got to stop.Preston: I'm telling you this as a friend. Because if things don't change, I'm not going to be able to be your friend any more.A2a
547000E2AD2Preston: Taking advantage of people, solving things with violence... it's got to stop, man.{Somber} I'm telling you this as a friend. Because if things don't change, I'm not going to be able to be your friend any more.Player Default: You're right. I'm sorry.A1a
548000E2ACDPlayer Default: You're right. I'm sorry.{Concerned} That's nice to hear, but at this point it's not enough.Preston: It's up to you, now. I've said what I had to say. You can either listen or not. If you don't, then I'll know where we stand.A1a
549000E2ACCPlayer Default: I do what I do. If you don't like it, tough.{Disgust} I don't know what to do with you, man.Preston: It's up to you, now. I've said what I had to say. You can either listen or not. If you don't, then I'll know where we stand.B1a
550Player Default: I do what I do. If you don't like it, tough.{Disgust} I don't know what to do with you any more.Preston: It's up to you, now. I've said what I had to say. You can either listen or not. If you don't, then I'll know where we stand.B2a
551000E2ACBPlayer Default: I hear you.{Concerned} I hope so.Preston: It's up to you, now. I've said what I had to say. You can either listen or not. If you don't, then I'll know where we stand.X1a
552000E2ACAPlayer Default: What do you want me to do about it?{Irritated} You could try listening to me for a change.Preston: It's up to you, now. I've said what I had to say. You can either listen or not. If you don't, then I'll know where we stand.Y1a
553000E2AC9Player Default: That's nice to hear, but at this point it's not enough.{Somber} It's up to you, now. I've said what I had to say. You can either listen or not. If you don't, then I'll know where we stand.A1a
554COMPreston_09_RepeatDisdainToHatred000A7CB7{Disgust} I gave you another chance, and you blew it.Preston: You lied straight to my face, didn't you?A
5550021A68CNPCMPrestonGarvey: I gave you another chance, and you blew it.{Angry} You lied straight to my face, didn't you?Player Default: Calm down. Let's talk this out.A1a
556000FC3F8Player Default: Calm down. Let's talk this out.{Angry} I guess you weren't listening last time. I said I'd give you one more chance, and I meant it.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.A1a
557000FC3F7Player Default: Up yours, Preston. I'm tired of your bullshit.{Angry} Trust me, the feeling's mutual.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.B1a
558000FC3F6Player Default: I don't have time for another lecture right now.{Sarcastic} I'm done with lectures. You obviously don't care one bit what I think of you.Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.X1a
559000FC3F5Player Default: What are you talking about?{Disgust} Man, have you even listened to a thing I've ever said?Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.Y1a
560Player Default: What are you talking about?{Disgust} For god's sake, have you even listened to a thing I've ever said?Preston: You're the leader of the Minutemen now, whether I like it or not.Y2a
561COMPreston_10_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation000A7CB7{Friendly} You busy? I wanted to talk to you about something, remember?Player Default: Go ahead, I'm listening.A
562{Friendly} You know... things have been going so well lately, I was thinking...Player Default: Go ahead, I'm listening.A
563000EACB9Player Default: We'll have to do this later.{Neutral} Okay. No rush.Preston: I just wanted to say that I've missed our friendship.B1a
564000EACB6Player Default: Okay. No rush.{hesitantly / Friendly} I just wanted to say that I've missed our friendship.A1a
565{Thinking} I feel like you've... changed. Like you listened to what I said before, and have really been trying to do better.A1b
566{Friendly} So... I wanted you to know that I do remember how important your friendship has been to me. And... still is.A1c
567Player Default: Okay. No rush.{hesitantly / Friendly} I just wanted to say that I've missed you. You know what I mean.A2a
568{Nervous} I know, I was the one who ended it before. I understand if you want to keep things the way they are. But, I'd be willing to give it another chance.A2b
569{Thinking} I feel like you've... changed. Like you listened to what I said before, and have really been trying to do better.A2c
570{Friendly} So... I'm willing to give us another chance, if you are.Player Default: I've been waiting for you to be ready to take me back.A2d
571000EACB1Player Default: I've been waiting for you to be ready to take me back.{with a huge smile / Happy} I was hoping you'd say that. This time, we're really going to make it work. I know it.A1a
572000EACB0Player Default: What we had is over. I don't want to go through that again.{Depressed} If that's the way you feel, then... so be it.B1a
573000EACAFPlayer Default: I don't know how I feel about you any more.{Sad} I understand. Maybe it's better if we just give it some more time, then.X1a
574000EACAEPlayer Default: I don't know, Preston. I don't think I'm ready to go through all that again.{Tired} Okay. I know how you feel, actually. Maybe it just isn't meant to work out.Y1a
575COMPreston_11_InfatuationRepeaterRegular000A7CB7{Nervous} Is this a better time for that talk?Player Default: I understood. And I appreciated your trust in opening up to me like that.A
576{Neutral} So, that conversation we had earlier... I hope you understood what I was trying to say.Player Default: I understood. And I appreciated your trust in opening up to me like that.A
577000EAD0FPlayer Default: I understood. And I appreciated your trust in opening up to me like that.{Relieved} Oh, good. I guess I was more coherent than I thought.Preston: The thing is... when you asked me if I'd ever thought about becoming more than friends...A1a
578000EACF5Player Default: Actually, I didn't really get what you were driving at.{Nervous} I thought so. I have a hard time talking about stuff like this.Preston: The thing is... when you asked me if I'd ever thought about becoming more than friends...B1a
579000EACEDPlayer Default: What conversation?{Nervous} Just all that stuff about how I was feeling about life when you first met me in Concord. And... how I feel about you...Y1a
580{Neutral} I just wanted to make sure I wasn't talking complete nonsense.Player Default: I understood. And I appreciated your trust in opening up to me like that.Y1b
581Player Default: What conversation?{Nervous} Just all that stuff about how I was feeling about life when you first met me in Concord.Y2a
582{Neutral} I just wanted to make sure I wasn't talking complete nonsense.Player Default: I understood. And I appreciated your trust in opening up to me like that.Y2b
583000EACECPlayer Default: Oh, good. I guess I was more coherent than I thought.{Nervous} The thing is... when you asked me if I'd ever thought about becoming more than friends...A1a
584{Nervous} My feelings for you. They haven't changed.Preston: I know you said that you weren't ready to move on.A1b
585Player Default: Oh, good. I guess I was more coherent than I thought.It's just... I was ready to give up. I didn't care if I lived or died anymore, at least not for myself.A2a
586{Thinking} And it was because of you, and who you are, that turned things around for me. I just wanted to make sure you knew that.Player Default: I'm glad you decided to stick around, Preston. The world needs more people like you.A2b
587000EACE7Preston: My feelings for you. They haven't changed.{Nervous} I know you said that you weren't ready to move on.A1a
588I thought maybe, now that some more time has passed... well, that maybe you were ready to give us a chance.Player Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.A1b
589Preston: My feelings for you. They haven't changed.{Friendly} When we talked before, you said you needed some time to think about it. I was happy to give you that time.A2a
590{Nervous} I was wondering if... well, if you've thought about it and if you've made any decision...Player Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.A2b
591Preston: My feelings for you. They haven't changed.{Nervous} I know you said that it was a mistake to have brought it up. But... well, I guess I hoped that maybe you'd changed your mind.A3a
592That maybe you'd realized that you could love me back.Player Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.A3b
593000EACCEPlayer Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.{with a huge smile / Surprised} Really?Preston: That's... that's fantastic! Wow, I, uh... well, I don't really know what to say.A1a
594000EACC1Player Default: I'm still not sure how I feel. I need more time.{Tired} You know what... I just can't go on like this, hoping but not knowing. I'm sorry, but I need an answer.Player Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.X1a
595Player Default: I'm still not sure how I feel. I need more time.{Tired} I'm sorry, but I have to know, one way or another. If the answer is no, I'll understand. But I need an answer.Player Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.X2a
596000EACBFPlayer Default: I'm glad you gave me another chance, Preston. I realize now that I'm in love with you, too.{Sad} I understand. I'm glad to know, even though that wasn't the answer I was hoping for.A1a
597COMPreston_AdmirationToConfidantNEW000A7CB7{Friendly} You should give yourself credit sometimes. You really are one of the good guys.Player Default: Thanks Preston. I already know you think so.A
598{Friendly} You really are one of the good guys, you know.Player Default: Thanks Preston. I already know you think so.A
59900097CDEPlayer Default: No, but I hear you. And thanks. Let's just agree to both keep that in mind going forward, huh?{Friendly} All right. Enough chit-chat, huh?A1a
60000097CCAPlayer Default: I know. But I don't know if you really get it. How... unusual you are.{Friendly} Since we met, we've had some rough patches. But that's all behind us now.A1a
601{Friendly} I think you know I've really come to respect you. Both as a leader, and as a friend.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.A1b
602Player Default: I know. But I don't know if you really get it. How... unusual you are.{Friendly} Since we met, I think you know I've really come to respect you. Both as a leader, and as a friend.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.A2a
60300092E7BPlayer Default: Thanks Preston. I already know you think so.I know. But I don't know if you really get it. How... unusual you are.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.A1a
60400092E7APlayer Default: You mind if we talk about this some other time?{Friendly} Oh, sure. It can wait.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.B1a
60500092E83Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.{joking in a friendly comfortable way / Amused} Quite the mutual admiration society we've got going here, huh?A1a
606{Friendly} No, but I hear you. And thanks. Let's just agree to both keep that in mind going forward, huh?Preston: All right. Enough chit-chat, huh?A1b
60700092E82Player Default: Don't project your hero fantasies onto me, Preston. I'm not who you want me to be.{Apologetic} Okay, have it your way. I just wish you'd give youself a little credit sometimes.Preston: All right. Enough chit-chat, huh?B1a
60800092E81Player Default: That's nice to hear, but I'm not sure I can live up to all of that.{Friendly} Trust me. You already have.Preston: All right. Enough chit-chat, huh?X1a
60900092E80Player Default: If any of that's true, a lot of it is because of you, Preston. You've shown me how to be a better person.{Surprised but happy at the turn the conversation has taken (player just flirted with you - you're happy about it) / Happy} Oh, thanks. That means a lot coming from you. Really.Preston: All right. Enough chit-chat, huh?Y1a
610Player Default: If any of that's true, a lot of it is because of you, Preston. You've shown me how to be a better person.{a little bit uncomfortable at the turn this conversation has taken / Puzzled} Uh, well thanks. I don't think you give yourself enough credit, but I appreciate the kind words.Preston: All right. Enough chit-chat, huh?Y2a
61100092E79Player Default: I don't know how to break this to you, but... I'm not a guy.{getting flustered/embarrassed in a good-natured way - between good friends / Amused} Yeah, obviously... I mean, not that I'm specifically paying attention or anything... well, you know what I mean.X1a
612{trying to recover and get back to what you were trying to say / Friendly} But just... hear me out for a second.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.X1b
613Player Default: I don't know how to break this to you, but... I'm not a guy.{amused by the player's joking response / Amused} I'll just have to take your word for all that.X2a
614{Friendly} But seriously. Just listen for a second.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.X2b
61500092E78Player Default: You told me that before. Why are you bringing it up again?{Friendly} Well, I'm not sure you really get it. How... unusual you are.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.Y1a
61600092E77Preston: I think you know I've really come to respect you. Both as a leader, and as a friend.{Thinking} Most people are just out for themselves, one way or another, even the "good" ones.A1a
617{trying to figure out how to put your feeling into words / Impressed} But you're different. You really... care about other people. Even when it isn't convenient or even safe.A1b
618{Impressed} I've seen you risk your life more than once to help people just because it was the right thing to do.A1c
619{Friendly} I just wanted you to know that...well... that it matters. That you're making a difference.Player Default: You just described yourself, Preston. I hope you realize that.A1d
620COMPreston_BOSDestroyedByInstitute00225729Player Default: The Brotherhood was a bigger threat to the Commonwealth. They needed to be dealt with.{doubtfully, thinking it over- grudging respect to the Institute for taking out a potential enemy / Thinking} You may be right. They certainly were a big threat, and I am glad the Institute took them out.Preston: In any case, what's done is done. We'll just have to figure out how to live with this new world you've created.A1a
62100225728Player Default: It was my decision, not yours.{pointedly formal - player just pulled rank on you, so you're responding in kind. / Neutral} You're right, General. Besides... what's done is done. Now we just have to live with it.Preston: In any case, what's done is done. We'll just have to figure out how to live with this new world you've created.B1a
62200225727Player Default: Shaun was right. The Institute is the best hope for the future.{Concerned} I hope you're right.Preston: In any case, what's done is done. We'll just have to figure out how to live with this new world you've created.X1a
62300225726Player Default: I wish there had been another way, but there wasn't. The Brotherhood weren't going to back down.{admitting that the player is right about that / Thinking} They were the shoot-first-ask-questions-later types, no doubt about that.Preston: In any case, what's done is done. We'll just have to figure out how to live with this new world you've created.Y1a
62400225725NPCMPrestonGarvey: Damn. The Brotherhood taken out.{grudging admiration - they're no friends of yours, but you respect what they were able to do / Impressed} The Institute sure doesn't do anything halfway, do they?Player Default: The Brotherhood was a bigger threat to the Commonwealth. They needed to be dealt with.A1a
62500225724Preston: The Institute sure doesn't do anything halfway, do they?{remembering seeing it all go down / Impressed} I wouldn't have believed what they were capable of if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.Player Default: The Brotherhood was a bigger threat to the Commonwealth. They needed to be dealt with.A1a
62600225723Preston: I wouldn't have believed what they were capable of if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.{grudging admiration - they're no friends of yours, but you respect what they were able to do / Concerned} You sure that was the right choice, siding with the Institute?Player Default: The Brotherhood was a bigger threat to the Commonwealth. They needed to be dealt with.A1a
62700225722Player Default: You may be right. They certainly were a big threat, and I am glad the Institute took them out.{Somber} In any case, what's done is done. We'll just have to figure out how to live with this new world you've created.A1a
628COMPreston_BOSDestroyedByRailroad000A7CB7{Impressed} Damn. The Brotherhood taken out.Preston: I never thought the Railroad would be able to pull off something like that.A
6290022572FNPCMPrestonGarvey: Damn. The Brotherhood taken out.{Impressed} I never thought the Railroad would be able to pull off something like that.Preston: I'm just glad we don't ever have to do anything like that again. Once was enough.A1a
6300022572EPreston: I never thought the Railroad would be able to pull off something like that.{Relieved} I'm just glad we don't ever have to do anything like that again. Once was enough.Player Default: The Brotherhood was a threat to the Commonwealth. They needed to be destroyed.A1a
6310022571DPlayer Default: Don't worry. We took out the Brotherhood. We can take out the Institute, too.{Confident} Before this, I would have said you were crazy. Now... I think you're right.Preston: We really do have a shot at taking down the Institute.A1a
6320022571CPlayer Default: The Railroad were a means to an end. Now that the Brotherhood threat is dealt with, they're the next target.{Angry} Are you serious? You're going to turn around and betray the Railroad, after all this?B1a
633{Stern} I hope you'll reconsider that decision before you make a terrible mistake.Preston: We really do have a shot at taking down the Institute.B1b
6340022571BPlayer Default: We should enjoy this victory before worrying about the next problem.{Friendly} You're right. One step at a time.Preston: We really do have a shot at taking down the Institute.X1a
6350022571APlayer Default: Do you really think we can defeat the Institute?{Thinking} Before this, I would have said no way. Now... yeah, I actually think we can.Preston: We really do have a shot at taking down the Institute.Y1a
63600225719Player Default: I can't argue with that. They didn't care one bit about the people of the Commonwealth, no matter what Maxson said.{Confident} Now, there's just the Institute left to deal with.Player Default: Don't worry. We took out the Brotherhood. We can take out the Institute, too.A1a
637Player Default: I can't argue with that. They didn't care one bit about the people of the Commonwealth, no matter what Maxson said.{Concerned} But... there's still the Institute to deal with.Player Default: Don't worry. We took out the Brotherhood. We can take out the Institute, too.A2a
63800225714Player Default: The Brotherhood was a threat to the Commonwealth. They needed to be destroyed.{Confident} I can't argue with that. They didn't care one bit about the people of the Commonwealth, no matter what Maxson said.Preston: Now, there's just the Institute left to deal with.A1a
63900225713Player Default: They deserved what they got. They were bastards through and through.{not quite agreeing with the player's vehement hatred / Thinking} Well... they certainly were a threat, and I'm glad they're gone.Preston: Now, there's just the Institute left to deal with.B1a
64000225712Player Default: What, you didn't enjoy Tinker Tom's flying?{Amused} Was that what he was doing? I thought it was more of a controlled crash.Preston: Now, there's just the Institute left to deal with.X1a
641Player Default: What, you didn't enjoy Tinker Tom's flying?{Amused} If another giant airship shows up here, I will be happy to help you blow it up.Preston: Now, there's just the Institute left to deal with.X2a
64200225711Player Default: I wish there had been another way, but there wasn't. The Brotherhood weren't going to back down.{admitting that the player is right about that / Thinking} They were the shoot-first-ask-questions-later types, no doubt about that.Preston: Now, there's just the Institute left to deal with.Y1a
64300225710Player Default: Before this, I would have said you were crazy. Now... I think you're right.{Happy} We really do have a shot at taking down the Institute.A1a
644{Friendly} But that isn't going to happen by just talking about it. Let's get back out there.A1b
645COMPreston_FriendshipToAdmirationNEW000A7CB7{Question} Is this a better time to talk?Player Default: Anytime, Preston.A
646{Friendly} Excuse me, General, do you have a minute?Player Default: Anytime, Preston.A
647001C88C9Player Default: It'll have to wait.{Friendly} No problem, it isn't urgent or anything. We'll talk later.Preston: Look... I know I put you in an almost impossible position when I asked you to lead the Minutemen.B1a
648001C88C2Player Default: No problem, it isn't urgent or anything. We'll talk later.{Somber} Look... I know I put you in an almost impossible position when I asked you to lead the Minutemen.Preston: I didn't have any right to ask you to take that on. I guess I was kind of desperate at that point.A1a
649001C88C1Preston: I just want you to know that I appreciate what you've done.{Impressed} If you look at where we were then, to where we are now... I can hardly believe it.Player Default: Thanks for the vote of confidence. It's good to hear, especially from you.A1a
650Preston: I just want you to know that I appreciate what you've done.{Grateful} We've still got work to do, but I don't worry any more that the Minutemen are going to disappear forever.Player Default: Thanks for the vote of confidence. It's good to hear, especially from you.A2a
651Preston: I just want you to know that I appreciate what you've done.{Grateful} We've got a long road ahead of us for sure, but I don't doubt that you're the leader the Minutemen needed.Player Default: Thanks for the vote of confidence. It's good to hear, especially from you.A3a
652001C88C0Preston: Look... I know I put you in an almost impossible position when I asked you to lead the Minutemen.{Apologetic} I didn't have any right to ask you to take that on. I guess I was kind of desperate at that point.Preston: I still don't know why you said yes... if it was for me, or for the Commonwealth, or for some other reason. It doesn't really matter.A1a
653001C88BFPreston: I didn't have any right to ask you to take that on. I guess I was kind of desperate at that point.{Grateful} I still don't know why you said yes... if it was for me, or for the Commonwealth, or for some other reason. It doesn't really matter.A1a
654{Friendly} I just want you to know that I appreciate what you've done.Preston: If you look at where we were then, to where we are now... I can hardly believe it.A1b
655001C88BAPlayer Default: Thanks for the vote of confidence. It's good to hear, especially from you.{Confident} We make a good team, General. No doubt about that.Preston: I've taken up enough of your time. We'd better get back to it.A1a
656001C88B9Player Default: Okay, whatever. Let's get on with it.{Apologetic} Sorry. I know this kind of stuff makes you uncomfortable.Preston: I've taken up enough of your time. We'd better get back to it.B1a
657001C88B8Player Default: Thanks, Preston.{Friendly} Thank you, General.Preston: I've taken up enough of your time. We'd better get back to it.X1a
658001C88B7Player Default: Anything else you wanted to tell me?{Friendly} No, that's it. I just wanted to make sure you knew how I felt.Preston: I've taken up enough of your time. We'd better get back to it.Y1a
659001C88B6Player Default: We make a good team, General. No doubt about that.{Friendly} I've taken up enough of your time. We'd better get back to it.A1a
660COMPreston_PostMQ302000A7CB7Holy shit...Preston: That was one hell of a bang, wasn't it?A
661{Impressed} I can hardly believe it. The Institute is gone. I never thought I'd live to see that day.Preston: The way's now clear for the Commonwealth to finally come together and build something good for the future.A
6620021FCEEPlayer Default: I couldn't have said it better myself, General.The Institute kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.A1a
663But there are plenty of other problems left to deal with.A1b
664I don't think the Minutemen are going to be out of a job for a long time yet, as much as I might wish it.A1c
6650021F90DNPCMPrestonGarvey: Holy shit...That was one hell of a bang, wasn't it?Preston: So that's it. The Institute is destroyed. It's finally over.A1a
6660021F90CPreston: That was one hell of a bang, wasn't it?{kind of numbed - you can't really believe it's actually over / Disbelief} So that's it. The Institute is destroyed. It's finally over.Preston: You did issue the evacuation order, right? I didn't notice in all the chaos.A1a
6670021F90BPreston: So that's it. The Institute is destroyed. It's finally over.{Concerned} You did issue the evacuation order, right? I didn't notice in all the chaos.Player Default: Yes. We gave everyone a chance to get out.A1a
6680021F90APlayer Default: Good. I thought so. It was just... watching that explosion... I just hope as many people as possible got out.{Somber} I hate that we had to do that, but they left us no choice. It was war.A1a
669{Relieved} But now the war against the Institute is over.Preston: The way's now clear for the Commonwealth to finally come together and build something good for the future.A1b
6700021F909Preston: But now the war against the Institute is over.{Confident} The way's now clear for the Commonwealth to finally come together and build something good for the future.A1a
671But it's not all sunshine and rainbows from here on out.Player Default: The Institute wasn't the Commonwealth's only problem. We've still got plenty to do.A1b
6720021F906Player Default: Yes. We gave everyone a chance to get out.{Relieved} Good. I thought so. It was just... watching that explosion... I just hope as many people as possible got out.Preston: I hate that we had to do that, but they left us no choice. It was war.A1a
6730021F905Player Default: I did, but now I wish I'd killed them all.{Confident} You did the right thing, General. I know you'll realize that one day.Preston: I hate that we had to do that, but they left us no choice. It was war.B1a
6740021F904Player Default: I did, but there's no way to know how many people got out.{Somber} I'm sure most everyone got out. Remember, we didn't start this war.Preston: I hate that we had to do that, but they left us no choice. It was war.X1a
6750021F903Player Default: Did you actually think I would kill everyone?{Somber} I wasn't really worried, General. But watching that explosion... I just wanted to make sure we didn't kill anyone we didn't absolutely have to.Preston: I hate that we had to do that, but they left us no choice. It was war.Y1a
6760021F8FAPlayer Default: The Institute wasn't the Commonwealth's only problem. We've still got plenty to do.{Friendly} I couldn't have said it better myself, General.Preston: The Institute kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.A1a
6770021F8F9Player Default: I don't care about the Commonwealth. I just wanted to see the Institute destroyed.{Sad} I hope some day you can let go of your anger and see how much good you've actually done.Preston: The Institute kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.B1a
6780021F8F8Player Default: What? No sunshine and rainbows? Next you're going to tell me I'm not getting a pony.{Amused} If I had any ponies to hand out, you'd be first on my list. We could never have gotten here without you, General.Preston: The Institute kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.X1a
679Player Default: What? No sunshine and rainbows? Next you're going to tell me I'm not getting a pony.{Amused} If I had any ponies to hand out, you'd be first on my list. None of this would have happened without you.Preston: The Institute kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.X2a
6800021F8F7Player Default: Wasn't the Institute the main threat?{Impressed} Definitely. I don't want to minimize what we've accomplished here today.Preston: The Institute kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.Y1a
681COMPreston_PostMQ302Min0021F908The Institute was the most insidious threat we've ever faced. They kept the Commonwealth divided for centuries.A1a
682But there are plenty of other problems left to deal with.A1b
683I don't think the Minutemen are going to be out of a job for a long time yet, as much as I might wish it.Preston: We deserve to enjoy our victory. But soon enough, it's going to be time to get back to work.A1c
6840021F907Preston: I don't think the Minutemen are going to be out of a job for a long time yet, as much as I might wish it.{Confident} We deserve to enjoy our victory. But soon enough, it's going to be time to get back to work.A1a
685COMPreston_PostMQ302NoEvac0021FCF2{reacting with shock to news that you just blew up the whole Institute, including civilians / Worried} My God... so we just... killed everyone?Preston: This is going to be a black mark on the Minutemen forever. As glad as I am that the Institute is gone, this wasn't the plan.A1a
6860021FCF1Preston: My God... so we just... killed everyone?{Angry} This is going to be a black mark on the Minutemen forever. As glad as I am that the Institute is gone, this wasn't the plan.A1a
687{bitterly - you hate that you were involved in this mass murder / Disgust} Dammit, General. You've dragged us down to their level. It didn't have to be this way.Preston: What's done is done. People are still going to need the Minutemen for a long time; the Institute was hardly the only threat out there.A1b
6880021FCEFPreston: Dammit, General. You've dragged us down to their level. It didn't have to be this way.{Depressed} What's done is done. People are still going to need the Minutemen for a long time; the Institute was hardly the only threat out there.A1a
689{Somber} I guess we'd better get back to work.A1b
690COMPreston_PostMQ302NotWitnessNoEvac000A7CB7{Stern} The Institute is gone. I guess I'm glad about that.Preston: But... you just killed everyone? There wasn't any other way?A
691002214DDNPCMPrestonGarvey: The Institute is gone. I guess I'm glad about that.{Disbelief} But... you just killed everyone? There wasn't any other way?Player Default: I should have let the civilians evacuate before we blew the reactor. I'm sorry for that now.A1a
692002214DCPlayer Default: I should have let the civilians evacuate before we blew the reactor. I'm sorry for that now.{Angry} You should have thought of that before you blew them all to hell.Preston: What you did was mass murder, plain and simple.A1a
693002214DBPlayer Default: I have no regrets. I went there to destroy the Institute, and I did.{Defiant} No, I don't accept that. The leaders of the Institute were your enemies. Maybe they all deserved to die.B1a
694{Angry} But that doesn't justify killing the innocent along with the guilty.Preston: What you did was mass murder, plain and simple.B1b
695002214D4Player Default: You should have thought of that before you blew them all to hell.{Angry} What you did was mass murder, plain and simple.A1a
696COMPrestonFollowStartScene001E05DBPreston: Take care, Codsworth.I'll head for home, then. Good luck.A1a
697000F9CFFPreston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.Take care, Codsworth.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A1a
698Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.One of these days you'll finally realize that the world doesn't revolve around you, Cait.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A2a
699Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.{rerecord / Friendly} We'll try, Nick.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A3a
700Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.{Friendly} Don't know how you traveled with one of those.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A4a
701Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.Deacon. You ever want to fight for a cause bigger than a handful of people, you get back to me.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A5a
702Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.That's the goal, ma'am.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A6a
703Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.{Friendly} We'll do our best, Piper.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A7a
704Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.{Friendly} You're looking at 'em.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A8a
705Preston: Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.{Annoyed at someone who is patronizing you / Friendly} I know what I'm doing. It's not the first time I've had to protect someone.DogmeatCompanion: (alert bark)A9a
70600216365{Friendly} Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of her.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A1a
707{Friendly} Don't worry, Dogmeat, I'll take good care of him.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A2a
708COMPrestonMurderScene000A7CB7{Stern} We need to talk, man. Now.Player Default: If I've done something to make you angry, I want to know about it.A
709{Stern} We need to talk. Now.Player Default: If I've done something to make you angry, I want to know about it.A
710{Stern} I told you we need to talk. This really can't wait.Player Default: If I've done something to make you angry, I want to know about it.A
711000F6E40Preston: I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.{Angry} That's not something I thought I had to spell out, to you of all people! How could you do this?Player Default: It won't happen again. I promise.A1a
712Preston: I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.{Angry} I thought I knew you better than this. Maybe it was an accident. Maybe you made a mistake. I want to believe that.Player Default: It won't happen again. I promise.A2a
713Preston: I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.{Angry} I'm still making my mind up about you, and this makes me really question my decision to offer you my friendship.Player Default: It won't happen again. I promise.A3a
714Preston: I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.{Angry} You've done some things I didn't like, but this is something else entirely.Player Default: It won't happen again. I promise.A4a
715000F6E3FPlayer Default: You'd better make the time. Soon.{Angry} I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.Preston: That's not something I thought I had to spell out, to you of all people! How could you do this?A1a
716000F6E3APlayer Default: It won't happen again. I promise.I'm going to hold you to that.A1a
717000F6E39Player Default: What I do is none of your business.{Disgust} If that's really how you feel, then... I guess I never really knew you.B1a
718Player Default: What I do is none of your business.{Disgust} It's good to know where you stand. And how much you value our friendship.B2a
719000F6E38Player Default: I'm just as upset about it as you are. It was an accident, I promise.{Stern} I'm going to take you at your word. But if this happens again... I'll have to rethink that.X1a
720000E2AC3Player Default: I can't talk right now.{Angry} You'd better make the time. Soon.Preston: I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.B1a
721000E2AC1Player Default: Are you ticked off at me?{Angry} Yeah I am. And you know why.Preston: I can't stand by while you murder innocent people.Y1a
722COMPrestonPickUpScene000A7CB7{Question} Is there something you need?Player Default: Come with me. I need your help.A
723001E05D8Just let me know if there's anything else you need.A3a
724000CE9ADPlayer Default: Come with me. I need your help.{Confident} Sure thing, General. I think the folks here can manage on their own now, thanks to you.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A1a
725Player Default: Come with me. I need your help.You got it.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A3a
726Player Default: Come with me. I need your help.{Confident} Sure thing, General.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A4a
727Player Default: Come with me. I need your help.{Confident} I'm with you, General.Preston: Take care, Codsworth.A5a
728000CE9ACPlayer Default: No, nothing.No problem.B2a
729Player Default: No, nothing.Okay.B3a
730Player Default: No, nothing.{Friendly} Alright.B4a
731000CE9ABPlayer Default: I want to trade a few things.{Friendly} Sure thing.X2a
732Player Default: I want to trade a few things.{Friendly} Of course.X3a
733Player Default: I want to trade a few things.{Friendly} Whatever you need, General.X4a
734000CE9AAPlayer Default: Is there something you need?{Grateful} I'm glad to have the chance to return the favor, after all the help you gave me.Y1a
736-001D286B{shock and disgust as the player is eating a corpse / Disgust} Jesus, what are you doing?
737{shock and disgust as the player is eating a corpse / Disgust} What the hell, man?
738{shock and disgust as the player is eating a corpse / Disgust} What the hell?
739{shock and disgust as the player is eating a corpse / Disgust} That's just wrong.
740{shock and disgust as the player is eating a corpse / Disgust} Seriously. You've got to stop doing that.
741001A95A4{Apologetic} Sorry, General, I can't get to it.
742{Apologetic} Sorry, I can't reach that.
743{Neutral} There's no way.
744{Neutral} I can't get to it.
745{Neutral} I don't see a way to get to that.
7460016D9C3{Happy} Hey there, sleepyhead.
747{Happy} Good morning, love.
748{Happy} Time to get back to the real world, huh?
749{Happy} That was nice.
750{Happy} I was having the best dream.
751{Happy} Is it morning already?
7520016D9C2{Suspicious} Hmm... looks like someone's been here recently...
753{Suspicious} We'd better be careful. Doesn't look like they've been gone long.
754{Suspicious} Someone could still be around here.
755{Suspicious} I guess we just missed whoever it was.
7560016D9C1At least we won't have to worry about anything creeping around in the shadows.
757{Question} What's the opposite of dark and creepy?
758I should have brought my sunglasses.
7590016D9C0{Puzzled} Is it just me, or does this place seem almost freakishly clean?
760{Puzzled} Somebody's got their maid working overtime.
761{Puzzled} Looks like you could eat off the floor in here.
7620016D9BF{slowly, in a low voice / Worried} You sure you want to go any further?
763{you don't believe it though / Worried} I'm sure it's not nearly as bad as it looks.
764{Worried} This place is giving me the creeps.
765{slowly, in a low voice / Worried} I really don't like this.
766{slowly, in a low voice / Worried} There's something ... wrong here.
7670016D9BE{Concerned} We could use a light here.
768{Concerned} Great place for an ambush.
769{Concerned} A lot of hiding places around here. Keep a sharp eye out.
770{Concerned} I can't see a thing in here.
7710016D9BD{Puzzled} Doesn't look like anybody's been in here for a long time.
772{Irritated} *cough* Man, we're kicking up a lot of dust.
773{start with a cough (from dust) / Irritated} *cough* Damn, it's hard to breathe in here with all this dust.
7740016D9BC{Worried} I don't like this. Too exposed.
775{Worried} On the bright side, nobody's going to be sneaking up on us.
776{Worried} Not a lot of cover. We should keep moving.
7770016D9BB{Concerned} I'd hate to have to attack this place.
778{Concerned} You could hold this place against an army.
779{Puzzled} Good sight lines, plenty of hard cover... whoever set this up knew what they were doing.
7800016D9BA{Disgust} Oh my god. Let's get out of here.
781{Somber} Nobody deserves this.
782{Disgust} I didn't need to see that.
783{Disgust} There are some things you can't unsee.
784{Disgust} I don't want to think about what happened here.
7850016D9B9{Disgust} I hope that's not what it looks like.
786{Disgust} Great. Another pair of boots ruined.
787{Disgust} Good lord. That's foul.
788{Disgust} Ugh. Let's get out of here.
789{Disgust} There are days where I think I may have made some poor choices in life.
7900016D9B8{Puzzled} Any idea what all this does?
791{Puzzled} Look at all this...
792{Puzzled} I wonder if any of this still works?
793{Puzzled} Who knows what this was all for...
7940016D9B7{Question} Got any earplugs?
795{Concerned} We're not going to hear anything coming until it's right on top of us.
796{straining to hear over the din / Puzzled} What?
797{straining to hear over the din / Puzzled} Did you say something?
798{Stern} This is going to give me a headache if we stay in here too long.
7990016D9B6{Puzzled} Quite a collection of junk.
800{Puzzled} Could be anything hidden in all this.
801{Puzzled} Think there's anything valuable in all of this junk?
802{Puzzled} What a mess.
8030016D9B5{Grateful} Look at that.
804{Grateful} I'm glad there are still a few places like this left.
805{Grateful} Now this is more like it.
806{Grateful} Every once in a while, you run across some place like this and you remember that the world can still be a beautiful place.
807{Grateful} Nice. Very nice.
8080016D9B4{Concerned} It's going to be hard to sneak up on anything in here.
809{Concerned} It's weirdly peaceful in here.
810{Concerned} I hate to say it, but... it's too quiet.
811{in a low voice / Concerned} Our voices'll carry in here, so we should be careful.
8120016D9B3{Grateful} This looks like a good place to stop for a bit, if you need a rest.
813{Grateful} It's nice not to have to be on edge every second.
814{Grateful} I think we can relax a bit here.
8150016D9B2{Disgust} Oh, god. What is that smell?
816{Disgust} Whew. Wish I had a gas mask.
817{Disgust} What a stink.
818{Disgust} Good lord, that reeks.
8190016D9B1{Concerned} It's going to be hard getting through here without getting soaked.
820{Sarcastic} Ah good, more muck.
821Watch your step. Unless you want to go for a swim.
822000FBA59{said with a smile / Friendly} Like I said before, I judge people by their actions. And you are one of the good guys, like it or not.
823{said with a smile / Friendly} I judge people by their actions. And you are one of the good guys, like it or not.
824000F5C67Get away from me!
825Take that!
826Yargh!
827Dammit!
828Hyaah!
829000F5C66Incoming!
830Take cover!
831Hit the dirt!
832000F5C65Damn, I'm hit.
833Medic!
834Cover me, I'm down.
835000F5C64I think I'm gut-shot!
836Took one in the chest just now... I think it's bad.
837Ugh, they got me good.
838000F5C63No... not like this...
839000F5C62Ugh!
840Agh!
841Dammit.
842Oof!
843Nargh!
844Ugh!
845I'm okay.
846I'm hurt bad.
847000F5C61Yyyyaaaargh!
848Yyyyaaaargh!
849Yyyyaaaargh!
850000F5C60Nothing to worry about.
851At least there's only one of them.
852Take them down!
853We've got this.
854Steady.
855Nothing to worry about.
856I've got this one.
857You shouldn't have tangled with the Minutemen.
858Come on, is that the best you've got?
859For the Commonwealth!
860Short controlled bursts.
861000F5C5FFire in the hole!
862Frag out!
863000F5C5EI'm with you.
864Ready to go.
865Following your lead.
866{sarcasm} I'll stand ready.
867{sarcasm} I'd rather be watching your back, but okay.
868{sarcasm} Leaving me behind, huh? Hope I'm not slowing you down.
869Got it.
870I'm on it.
871Okay.
872Consider it done.
873Aye, aye, sir.
874Aye, aye, ma'am.
875I'm on it, General.
876000F5C5DAlright.
877I'll get back to it.
878All set? Good.
879Good enough.
880000F5C5CNo way.
881That's not the Minuteman way.
882I won't do that. Not for anybody.
883I can't believe you're asking me to do that.
884Not even for you, General.
885Do your own dirty work.
886000F5C5BI can't do that.
887Sorry, but I can't do that.
888I wish I could help.
889No can do.
890Sorry, General. I wish I could.
891000F5C5AWhat do you need?
892What is it?
893Go ahead.
894I'm listening.
895Just point me to it.
896Point it out.
897Okay, what am I doing?
898000F5C59There you are.
899Opening fire.
900Found you.
901I knew it.
902We've got company.
903000F5C58I guess it was nothing.
904Hmm. I guess I'm just getting jumpy.
905There's nothing here.
906Looks like we're clear.
907Stand down.
908000F5C57I've lost visual contact.
909Got anything?
910I'll find 'em.
911Where'd they go?
912Do you see 'em?
913000F5C56That's that.
914Another one for the Minutemen.
915I'm glad that's over.
916Whew.
917That's it.
918I think that's all of them.
919Is that it?
920You okay?
921Let's make sure that was all of them.
922Good shooting.
923000F5C55Now you're mine.
924Bingo.
925Over here!
926000F5C54All clear over here.
927Looks like we ran them off.
928Must have thought better of tangling with us.
929Looks like they're gone.
930Huh. No sign of them.
931000F5C53Did you see that?
932I thought I heard something.
933I think I got something over here.
934Hold up.
935Wait. Something's out there.
936000F5C52Here we go.
937Look sharp.
938Let's do this.
939This one's all mine.
940Let's get this over with.
941We've got this. Just keep your cool.
942Which one do you want?
943Let's take them out!
944Make every shot count.
945Just another fly.
946Seems like there's more of these things every year.
947Look out for the eye laser. It packs a punch.
948Don't let this thing get close.
949{exasperated} More bloodsuckers, great.
950I'm getting tired of these things.
951Deathclaw! Unload with everything you got!
952Aim for the legs! We've got to slow that thing down!
953Blast that thing! Now!
954These things are faster than they look.
955Let's see you float away from this.
956Ferals! Don't let them get behind you!
957Oh, dammit. Ferals.
958Come on, you zombie bastard.
959This one's gone haywire.
960What'd I ever do to you, robot?
961Mirelurks. Aim for the face.
962Let's see how your shell stands up to this.
963It's one of the big ones.
964Damn, look at the size of that thing.
965I thought I smelled something.
966Look out. There may be more of them under the ground.
967It's too bad we can't get this on our side.
968Protectron incoming.
969Nasty little buggers.
970Ah, just another roach.
971Watch out for the stinger!
972We'll see how fast you are with a few less legs.
973These things are more dangerous than they look.
974I could go for some venison.
975Let's turn this rolling junkheap into scrap.
976Careful. These things mean business.
977Look alive. Stingwing.
978Go for the wings.
979Holy hell, look at the size of that thing.
980Behemoth!
981I can't believe that thing was ever human.
982You're an ugly one, aren't you?
983It's the Institute!
984Synths! Hit them hard!
985000F5C51Dammit. Where are they?
986Do you have a visual on them?
987Keep your head down!
988I'll find you, dammit.
989Find that shooter!
990000C31D7{Happy} That was mighty generous of you.
991{Happy} Good for you.
992{Happy} If more people helped each other like that, the Commonwealth would be a better place.
993{Happy} You're trying to change, aren't you?
994{Happy} I was starting to wonder if you had it in you.
995000C31D4{Happy} I think that was the right choice.
996{Happy} I would have done the same thing.
997{Happy} I wish more people understood that violence isn't the only way to solve things.
998{Surprised} Maybe I misjudged you after all.
999{Surprised} That's more like it.
1000000C31D3{Sad} Your heart was in the right place.
1001{Sad} Damn. Sometimes even with the best intentions...
1002{Sad} Hey, at least you tried.
1003000C31D2{Stern} Come on, man. You can do better than that.
1004{Stern} Come on. You can do better than that.
1005{Stern} That's no way to win friends.
1006{Stern} We're supposed to be helping people, remember?
1007{Disgust} You've got to start making better choices.
1008{Disgust} We're going to have a real problem if this keeps up.
1009000C31D1{Stern} You've got to stop and think a little before you act.
1010{Stern} I expected better from you.
1011{Stern} There had to be a better way to solve that.
1012{Stern} Don't forget that we're supposed to be the good guys.
1013{Disgust} You've got to start making better choices.
1014{Disgust} This isn't improving my opinion of you.
1015000C31D0{Concerned} That's how it always ends, man.
1016{Concerned} That's how it always ends.
1017{Concerned} You'd be better off just going cold turkey.
1018{Concerned} You don't need those, you know. You have people who care about you.
1019000C31CF{Concerned} You sure that's a good idea?
1020{Concerned} Be careful with that stuff. Before you know it, you've got a real problem.
1021{Concerned} I wouldn't mess with that stuff if I were you.
1022000C31CEMy arm!
1023Got my arm, damn it!
1024Agh, damn, I'm hit!
1025000C31CDI can't see!
1026Agh! My head!
1027Damn, I got blood in my eyes...
1028000C31CCMy leg!
1029Agh, got me in the leg.
1030Damn, took one in the leg!
1031000C31CBEasy.
1032{Puzzled} Better to save our ammo, don't you think?
1033{Puzzled} What are you shooting at?
1034000C31CA{Worried} Easy, boy. You'll be okay.
1035{Worried} Dogmeat's hurt!
1036{Worried} Dogmeat, are you okay, boy?
1037000C31C9{Puzzled} You sure we're not going to need that?
1038{Puzzled} Your call, but that doesn't look like junk to me.
1039{Puzzled} What, was it broken?
1040000C31C8{Confident} Nice.
1041{Confident} Let's go get some bad guys.
1042{Confident} That should do it.
1043000C31C7{Happy} All right! I've always wanted to see what this was like.
1044{Happy} Let's rock.
1045{Happy} This is going to be fun.
1046{Happy} This is the only way to travel.
1047000C31C6{Puzzled} How'd you learn to do that?
1048Did you find anything useful?
1049I don't know a thing about these old computers.
1050000C31C5{Grateful} Thanks, man.
1051{Grateful} Thanks.
1052{Grateful} Oh, that's better.
1053{Grateful} I could use another one of those, if you can spare it.
1054{Grateful} I'm as good as new. Thanks.
1055000C31C4{Concerned} Does that feel better, boy?
1056{Grateful} Oh, good. He was really hurting.
1057{Concerned} All better now, Dogmeat?
1058000C31C3{Worried} Jesus, be careful.
1059{Surprised} Did you do that on purpose?
1060{Worried} You okay? That looked painful.
1061{Worried} That had to hurt.
1062000C31C2I guess they aren't going to need that anymore.
1063No point in leaving that for the scavengers.
1064Anything useful?
1065We should get going.
1066000C31C1{low impressed whistle first / Surprised} Nice.
1067{impressed / Surprised} You don't see those every day.
1068{impressed / Surprised} That ought to come in handy.
1069{impressed / Happy} Damn, man. You've got the luck today.
1070{impressed / Happy} Damn, you've got the luck today.
1071000C31C0{Puzzled} You sure that's worth taking with us?
1072{Puzzled} What are you going to do with that?
1073{Puzzled} I guess you've got your reasons, but that just looks like junk to me.
1074000C31BF{Surprised} Huh. After all these years...
1075{Surprised} I bet that'll fetch more than a few caps.
1076{Surprised} You don't find many of those any more.
1077000C31BEThat ought to give you some more staying power.
1078Nice upgrade.
1079That'll come in handy in the next fight.
1080000C31BD{Friendly} Speak softly and bring superior firepower, eh?
1081{Friendly} Hey, that's some good work there.
1082{Friendly} Feel free to see what you can do with my guns.
1083000C31BC{Conspiratorial} You're pretty handy with a bobby pin.
1084{Friendly} I'll have to keep in mind that you can do that.
1085{Surprised} Hey, look at that.
1086000C31BB{Worried} Hold on there.
1087{Worried} I don't think you should be doing that.
1088{Worried} Hey, what are you doing?
1089000C31BA{Worried} Damn, you okay?
1090{Concerned} Can you still shoot?
1091{Concerned} Don't worry, it's not as bad as it looks.
1092000C31B9{Concerned} You still with me?
1093{Concerned} You got your bell rung pretty good there.
1094{Concerned} Damn! You okay?
1095{Concerned} Easy. You're going to be okay.
1096000C31B8{Concerned} Don't worry, I'll stick with you.
1097{Concerned} Damn. Is it broken?
1098{Concerned} Do you think you can still walk?
1099{Concerned} That looks pretty bad.
1100000C31B7{Worried} We've got to get out of here before we turn into ghouls.
1101{Worried} That gizmo of yours is buzzing for a reason. Radiation.
1102{Worried} We should get out of here as soon as we can.
1103{Worried} Damn, we're taking rads here.
1104000C31B6{Worried} You don't look so good, man.
1105{Worried} You're not looking so good.
1106{Worried} If you've got any RadAway, now's the time to use it.
1107{Worried} You better find a doctor, soon.
1108000C31B5{Puzzled} You're a comic book fan, eh?
1109{Puzzled} What's that you're reading?
1110{Amused} I think I read that one once.
1111000C31B4{Happy} All in a day's work, eh?
1112{Happy} Don't let it go to your head.
1113{Happy} I'd say you earned it.
1114{Happy} Nice.
1115000C31B3{Stern} You really think that was necessary?
1116{Stern} Seems like that might have been pushing it.
1117{Stern} Let's not get too greedy.
1118000C31B2{Stern} You really shouldn't be doing that.
1119{Disgust} You're better than that.
1120{Disgust} Cut that out. Seriously.
1121000C31B1{Nervous} Whew. Here we go.
1122{Tired} Time to get wet, I guess.
1123{Sarcastic} Oh, good, I was hoping for a swim.
1124{Sarcastic} That looks really refreshing.
1125{Sarcastic} I was hoping we were going to go in there.
1126000C31B0{Worried} Oh, damn, we'd better watch our step here.
1127{Worried} Are you okay?
1128{Worried} Man, I didn't even see that one.
1129{Worried} Dammit! Are we in a minefield?
1130000C31AFWhat are you building?
1131000C31AE{Disbelief} Uh. You know you aren't wearing any pants, right?
1132{Amused} You're not going to like the sunburn you're going to get.
1133{Amused} I'm not sure this is the best way to promote the Minutemen...
1134{Amused} I don't really need to see that.
1135{Amused} Come on, you don't need to flaunt it.
1136{Amused} I'm getting seriously distracted here.
1137000BDE23You probably better unload some of that stuff.
1138We're not going to make very good time with you so loaded down.
1139You've got to have something there you don't really need.
1140Anything I can help carry?
1141000B1B92{Question} Anything else?
1142000A7CB7{Impressed} I can still hardly believe the Brotherhood is gone.A
11430009E0BB{Puzzled} I don't think we were done.
1144{Puzzled} Sir?
1145{Puzzled} Ma'am?
1146{Puzzled} General?
1147{Friendly} Take your time.
1148{Friendly} You need a minute?
1149{just clearing your throat noise, not saying the actual word / Neutral} Ahem.
1150{Irritated} Let's get on with it.
1151{Irritated} I'm still waiting.
1152000792B9Thirsty?
1153{Tired} Man, that looks good.
1154Isn't it a bit early for that?
1155{Tired} I could use one of those myself.
1156000792B8I appreciate that you did that.
1157{Happy} That was a nice gesture.
1158You're alright, man.
1159That's the spirit.
1160Maybe I misjudged you.
1161I can see you're trying to turn things around.
1162I admire the way you look out for people.
1163000792B6Hey! What the hell is wrong with you?
1164Jesus! What's gotten into you?
1165That's not right, man. That is very not right.
1166000792B5Come on, man. Was that really necessary?
1167Come on. Was that really necessary?
1168We're trying to be role models here. Can't really do that if you go around stealing things.
1169Hey, put that back!
1170What do you think you're doing?
11710007925D{Angry} We don't have anything to talk about.
1172I've got nothing to say to you.
1173This'll go better if we don't talk to each other.
1174I'm done trying to get through to you.
1175Don't test my patience.
1176Don't worry, I'm not going anywhere. Not as long as you'll have me.
1177Gotta say, I'm glad you came along.
1178What do you need, babe?
1179I've always got time for you.
1180Hey, there. What's up?
1181I trust you, and I don't say that lightly.
1182Man, you're unstoppable.
1183I've got your back no matter what.
1184We make a hell of a team.
1185I'm proud to call you a friend.
1186You lead, and I'll follow.
1187Whatever you need, you've got it.
1188Stay sharp. Don't let your guard down.
1189Take care of your gun, it'll take care of you.
1190You ask me, freedom's always worth fighting for.
1191Things are tough now, but they'll get better.
1192You're not helping the reputation of the Minutemen.
1193Make it quick.
1194{Stern} You've done some things I don't care for.
1195I'd hoped you were different. Looks like I was wrong.
1196I won't try to hide it -- you've let me down.
1197The Minutemen could use someone like you.
1198Need something?
1199Yeah?
12000007925CReally makes you think about what we've lost, huh?
1201It must have been amazing, flying in a plane.
1202It's hard to imagine these things actually up in the sky.
1203Man, what a mess.
1204We'd better be careful. These old airports are usually radiated all to hell.
1205Did you ever fly in a plane? That must have been something, floating above the clouds...
1206This must have been quite an operation, back in the day.
1207Sometimes you find some old bottles that are still good.
1208Probably nothing but junk in here.
1209Think about how much beer this place must have been able to make... damn.
1210Kind of a creepy old place, isn't it?
1211It's colder than I expected in here.
1212I miss the sun already.
1213The sooner we get out of this cave, the better.
1214Man, the echoes down here are messing with me.
1215I wonder where this goes.
1216We should remember this place.
1217Looks like a good spot to spend the night.
1218Anything useful?
1219I guess nobody will mind us poking around here.
1220This might be a good place to stop for a rest.
1221There's something impressive about these old machines.
1222I wonder what they used to make in here.
1223You never know. There might be something useful in here.
1224Be careful. Some of these old places are just waiting to fall to pieces.
1225I can almost imagine what this place was like before the war.
1226It's amazing to think of a whole building just for healing sick people.
1227We can never have too many stimpaks.
1228One day, we're going to rebuild places like this. That's a Commonwealth to be proud of.
1229There's something sad about this place, even after all these years.
1230One day we'll have places like this again. I'm sure of it.
1231{Worried} We need to get out of here as quick as we can.
1232{Stern} This is not a good place to be hanging around.
1233{Somber} This is where you really see how bad the Great War was.
1234{Somber} Hard to believe people used to live here.
1235{Depressed} I wonder if this place will ever recover. Doesn't look like it.
1236I wonder what all this was for.
1237I bet the Brotherhood of Steel would love to get their hands on some of this stuff.
1238I always wanted to learn more about science when I was a kid, but... you know.
1239Be careful what you touch in here. Sometimes old chemicals and stuff just waiting to go off.
1240Something in here must still be useful.
1241There's no telling what we'll run into down here.
1242Keep a light handy. For some reason feral ghouls love these old tunnels.
1243If there's a darker, nastier place in the Commonwealth, I haven't seen it.
1244Supposedly these old tunnels run all around under the city.
1245I've got a bad feeling about this place.
1246All of this wasn't much use in the end, was it?
1247Watch out for radiation around here.
1248I'll keep an eye out for anything useful.
1249What a waste.
1250It's hard to believe they really needed all of this to defend themselves.
1251I wish more people could see this. Remind them what it's all about.
1252A good reminder of what we're fighting for.
1253One day we'll put this back together, better than ever.
1254Nice view.
1255Not many places like this left.
1256This is a nice change of pace.
1257What was this all for?
1258I've never been able to understand what people actually did in places like this.
1259Looks like a lot of junk to me.
1260So people actually spent all day sitting at desks in here? Every day?
1261I try to imagine what's written on all of the paper in these old buildings...
1262One day, children are going to be playing here again. I really believe it.
1263I like to imagine what places like this must have looked like, before everything was blown to hell.
1264It must have been beautiful here once.
1265Nice. Even now.
1266Not much left. Must have been a peaceful place, once.
1267This would be a bad place to take a wrong step.
1268Be careful. The rock can be slippery in places.
1269They didn't do things halfway in the old days, did they?
1270Hard to believe someone dug all of this up.
1271We'd better watch ourselves here. Lot of rock slides in places like this.
1272People used live in every one of these houses. Families.
1273Walking through here, I can almost picture it back in the old days.
1274It looks peaceful now, but you never know what's around the next corner.
1275Keep an eye on the windows. Perfect place for an ambush.
1276With some work, we could rebuild this place.
1277Man, they built things to last, didn't they?
1278It's pretty impressive, even now.
1279I guess the bombs didn't hit the city for some reason.
1280It's hard to imagine how many people used to live here.
1281Keep a sharp eye out. Good place for an ambush.
1282They sure knew how to pile up trash, didn't they?
1283What a lot of junk.
1284You think there's anything useful in all of this?
1285What a damn shame.
1286I hate these places. Reminds me of everything we've lost.
1287If I ever have kids... I hope they have a chance to go to school.
1288So every kid went to school? That must have been amazing.
1289Must have been a sight to see when it was seaworthy.
1290Keep an eye out for mirelurks. This is the kind of place they love to nest.
1291{joking / Friendly} Looking to start up a Minuteman navy?
1292Kind of a sad old wreck, eh?
1293I never understood why they built such tall buildings.
1294That's a lot of stairs.
1295Man, they built to last, back in the day.
1296I still can't get my head around how many people must have lived here, back in the old days.
1297There could be anything in here.
1298Hey, don't let 'em overcharge you.
1299Good to see commerce thriving.
1300Don't think I need anything myself, but it never hurts to look.
1301Might want to get some more ammo. Can't have enough of that.
1302Wish I could see the machine that dug these tunnels. It must have been something.
1303I heard that before the war, places like this used to be filled with people. Hard to imagine now.
1304Wait! Was that...? Ah, I'm seeing things. Just ignore me.
1305I don't like to think about what might live in a place like this.
1306These places always make me especially jumpy.
1307What do you suppose this was all for?
1308That's a lot of pipes.
1309Nothing here but rust and scrap.
1310This must have supplied a lot of people back in the day.
1311You can almost hear these old machines rusting.
1312There's got to be something useful left.
1313There must have been a lot of people back in the old days, to need all this stuff.
1314Keep an eye out. Places like this are a magnet for scavengers... and worse.
1315Let's see if there's anything left worth taking.
1316Most of these places have already been cleaned out, but sometimes you get lucky.
1317{RERECORD} Is this like the one you were in?
1318I guess they thought they would be safe in here.
1319I don't like this.
1320I've got a bad feeling about this place.
1321How'd they decide who got in and who was left outside?
1322You're not thinking of going for a swim, are you?
1323No way to know what might be hiding under the water.
1324I've seen maps that show other countries, across the ocean. I wonder if they're any better off than we are.
1325I prefer to stick to dry land, if it's all the same to you.
1326Selfish bastards. They don't care about anybody except themselves.
1327Damn Brotherhood. Why don't they go back where they came from?
1328It's a shame. The Brotherhood of Steel could have really helped the Commonwealth.
1329As if we didn't have enough problems without the damn Brotherhood making things worse.
1330I hate wasting ammo on those things.
1331Gah. I hate those things.
1332Those things just seem to get bigger and nastier every year.
1333I once saw a bloodbug fly off with a brahmin. Swear to god.
1334Those guys make raiders seem pleasant.
1335They didn't seem to be in a talking mood.
1336How do they get new members if they kill everyone they meet?
1337Worshipping radiation... that's straight up crazy.
1338I think those cultists are beyond reasoning with.
1339Holy hell. I can't believe we got out of there alive.
1340I'm just glad we're both still standing.
1341I don't mind admitting, I'm still a little shaky.
1342{RERECORD} I'd be okay if that was the last deathclaw I ever saw.
1343Those things are the worst menace in the Commonwealth.
1344When I was a kid, these things gave me nightmares.
1345The scariest thing about ferals is they used to be people like us.
1346If I ever turn into one of these things, you have my permission to put two in my skull.
1347You can smell these ferals a mile away, if you're down wind.
1348Nobody seems to know exactly what makes a normal ghoul turn feral. Kind of scary.
1349{RERECORD / Angry} I still owe those bastards for what they did to Quincy.
1350{rerecord / Disgust} Cold-blooded murdering bastards.
1351{rerecord / Angry} Gunners don't deserve mercy from us.
1352{Disgust} I'll be happy to help you kill some more of those Gunner bastards. Just point me to them.
1353{rerecord / Disgust} We should wipe out every last one of those Gunner bastards.
1354Keep an eye out. 'Lurks could be hiding anywhere around here.
1355Mirelurk meat is pretty tasty, if you don't mind the smell.
1356Damn, I hate these things.
1357Remember, you're just wasting ammo shooting at a 'lurk's shell. The soft underbelly's what you want to aim for.
1358I hope you like seafood.
1359Watch where you step. Mole rats.
1360I once lived on mole rat for two months. Almost turned me vegetarian.
1361When these little buggers start tunnelling, watch your back. They're liable to pop out anywhere.
1362These things'll tear up a field of crops faster than you'd believe.
1363You can always tell when mole rats are around. What a stink.
1364Damn raiders. Preying on the hard-working people of the Commonwealth is about as low as you can get.
1365I guess these raiders think it's easier to just take what you want than it is to work for it.
1366What these raiders don't understand is that life's hard enough without people turning on each other.
1367Stealing peoples' food and water... man, I've got no sympathy for someone who does that.
1368I try to see the best in people, but these low-life bandits make it difficult, you know what I mean?
1369Watch yourself. Some of these bots can be pretty tough.
1370Maybe we can salvage something useful from these robots.
1371You'd think people would know better than to build machines they can't control.
1372Man, I hate fighting robots. You can scare off raiders, but not these things.
1373Amazing to think these old robots are still running after all this time.
1374{RERECORD} You really believe those things were once human?
1375I wish I knew where these damn Super Mutants were coming from.
1376Super Mutants are even worse than raiders. They can't be reasoned with or bought off. Just killed.
1377They don't come much uglier than that.
1378I don't like killing, but I make an exception for Super Mutants.
1379Why can't the Institute just leave us alone?
1380One of these days we're going to have to put a stop to the Institute.
1381It's uncanny. They're not robots, but not exactly human either.
1382I wish I knew what the Institute really wanted up here.
1383Talk about science run amok.
1384Hmm. Usually aren't so aggressive.
1385I'm glad we found each other. I hope you know that.
1386It's a little distracting, having you so close all the time.
1387Don't take any unnecessary chances. I don't want to lose you.
1388There's a lot of bad in the world, but there's a lot of good, too.
1389{Grateful} There was a while there where I didn't think life was worth living. That's all changed now, thanks to you.
1390I really think there are better days coming.
1391{Grateful} I'm a lucky man, having you by my side.
1392Just promise me you'll be careful, babe.
1393{playfully joking with your lover (who is also your commanding officer) / Flirting} I'm not sure if Minutemen regulations cover our situation.
1394{playfully} I never expected to fall in love with my commanding officer.
1395{Confident} You're the best leader the Minutemen have had since General Becker was killed. I'm proud to call you a friend.
1396{Confident} You've proven many times that you're one of the good guys. The Commonwealth's a better place because of you.
1397{Friendly} You've done right by me, and the Minutemen. You've more than repaid my trust in you.
1398If old Joe Becker could see us now, he'd be damn proud.
1399{Confident} You're someone the Minutemen can follow. Hell, you even inspire me.
1400{Friendly} You've done a lot of good for the people of the Commonwealth. A lot of good.
1401You're the kind of person makes others want to stand up for what's right.
1402{Grateful} Feels good to be out helping people, to be making a difference. The Commonwealth is in your debt.
1403I admit I wasn't sure about you at first, but you're alright.
1404It's good to run with someone I can respect.
1405There's not many that'll risk their lives to protect others, but I can tell that you would.
1406{Friendly} Honor and compassion are in short supply these days, but I can tell you've got both.
1407{Impressed} You know how to handle yourself, I'll give you that.
1408Where to next?
1409I've worn out a lot of shoe leather since I joined the Minutemen.
1410Never a dull moment.
1411The Commonwealth's a lot bigger than I realized.
1412Back before General Becker died, the Minutemen were a force to be reckoned with.
1413I'll tell you what's wrong with the Commonwealth - people can't see the big picture.
1414If everyone was willing to pick up a rifle and protect his neighbor, the raiders wouldn't stand a chance.
1415I hear a lot of talk about the Railroad, helping free synths and all that. They don't sound too bad.
1416Best way to deal with the Brotherhood of Steel is to stay out of their way.
1417Don't know if I believe all those boogeyman stories about the Institute. It all sounds like paranoia to me.
1418{Friendly} I think you've got what it takes to be a great leader. But you still have to prove yourself.
1419{Friendly} I'm glad I ran into you in Concord. I think you're going to turn out to be the right choice to lead the Minutemen.
1420{Friendly} You probably think you're doing your best. But I know that you can do better.
1421{sarcastic / Disgust} If you're trying to drive our reputation into the ground, you're on the right track.
1422{Stern} I'm not happy with how things have been going. I can't look the other way forever.
1423I hope I didn't make a mistake trusting you.
1424I've seen what you've done. And I don't like a lot of it.
1425I'm starting to think we'd have been better off without your help.
1426I joined the Minutemen to help people. I thought you understood that.
1427You need to be more careful about what you do and say. We don't need more enemies.
1428I should be back looking after Mama Murphy and the rest of them.
1429{Depressed} I feel like I'm wasting my time, like I could be doing more good somewhere else.
1430{Concerned} I have to be honest, this isn't working out the way I hoped it would.
1431{Disgust} I made a huge mistake asking you to take charge of the Minutemen.
1432{Disgust} You're a disgrace to everything the Minutemen used to stand for.
1433{Disgust} The only reason I'm still here is for the people of the Commonwealth. Not for you.
1434{Angry} After Quincy, I thought the Minutemen couldn't get any lower. I was wrong.
1435I can't believe I used to admire you.
1436I don't know how you live with yourself.
1437{Angry} I don't know what to say to you any more.
1438The things you've done... they're unforgivable.
1439You're a real piece of work, you know that?
1440You disgust me, you know that? You're not worth the dirt on my boots.
1441Might be a good time to look for somewhere to spend the night.
1442I'm always glad to see the sun come up one more time.
1443Another day in the Commonwealth.
1444{RERECORD - or check alts - less formal, more throw-away/to yourself} Beautiful night to be out and about.
1445We'd better keep our eyes peeled.
1446At least it's not raining.
1447Hope this rain lets up soon.
1448{whistling a tune}
1449{whistling a tune}
145000204819You want to swap supplies? No problem.
1451Okay, this is what I've got.
1452Sure, here's my supply.
145300079307Not at all.
1454Got it.
1455No problem. I'll stick around as long as you need me.
1456You're okay on your own?
1457{Friendly} Nice.
1458{Friendly} Good deal.
1459{expressing disapproval - not telling someone to come with you - "don't do that" feeling / Concerned} Come on.
1460{Concerned} That's no good.
1461{with disapproval / Concerned} What are you doing?
1462{with disapproval / Stern} Don't do that again.
1463{Concerned} That's not how I would have handled that.
1464{with approval / Friendly} Hey, good job.
1465{Friendly} Okay.
1466{Concerned} No.
1467{Concerned} I'm not doing that.
1468{Concerned} I can't do that.
1469{Neutral} Here.
1470{Neutral} Here you go.
1471{Neutral} Okay, thanks.
1472{Neutral} Thanks.

COMPrestonTalkEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1473COMPrestonDismissScene001E05DA{Friendly} I'll see you back at home. Be careful, babe.A1a
1474{Friendly} I'll head home. Don't get yourself into trouble out here by yourself.A2a
1475{Confident} You know where to find me if you need me.A3a
1476{Concerned} I hope you don't think that you can do whatever you want just because I'm not around.A4a
1477COMPrestonRelationshipScene001A0D3A{Grateful} I'm just glad we found each other. We've got to hold on to what we have, as long as we can.A5a
1478{affectionately/flirting / Flirting} I hope you already know that things are great. I have no complaints, at least.A6a
1479001A0D39{Confident} Trust me, we're good. You know I'd tell you if there was anything wrong.A4a
1480{Friendly} That day I met you in Concord was the turning point in my life. Does that tell you what you need to know?A5a
1481001A0D37{Friendly} I'll be honest, I'm still trying to figure you out. But I haven't given up on you, if that's what you're asking.A2a
1482{Friendly} Ask me again in a week or so. I'm still trying to figure out what makes you tick.A5a
1483COMPrestonTalkScene001A0D43{Confident} Just tell me what you need, General.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1484{Confident} I'll be happy to help if I can.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1485{Confident} Nothing's wrong, I hope?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1486{Question} Can I help with something?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1487{Friendly} I'm at your service, General.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1488{Question} What is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1489{Question} Need something, General?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1490{Question} What's on your mind?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1491{Stern} What is it now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1492{Stern} Let's hear it.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
1493001A0D42Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.Sure thing.A1a

COMQuestCommentaryEdit

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1494-0021B0D2{Thinking} They left us a little puzzle to solve, huh?
1495{Confident} Nick Valentine has a good reputation around the Commonwealth. He'll help you find your son, if anyone can.
1496{Concerned} Let's hope Kellogg's trail hasn't gone cold.
1497{Defiant} He had it coming, if anyone did.
1498{Worried} I kind of doubt the Brotherhood's intentions are peaceful.
1499{Concerned} There's got to be some other way to find out what you need to know.
1500{Concerned} Are you all right, General? You didn't look so good while Amari had you hooked up to her machine.
1501{Concerned} Do you think we can really trust this guy? The Institute may be after him, but that doesn't make him our friend.
1502{Impressed} Damn. I've heard the Institute had some kind of super agents but I never thought I'd get personally acquainted with one.
1503{Confident} If anyone can make sense of this crazy Institute teleporter tech, it's Sturges. He hasn't let me down yet.
1504{Impressed} You just made history. Visiting the Institute is a one-way trip for most people.
1505{Awed} Goddamn. I never thought the Railroad could actually pull it off.
1506{Awed} The Institute doesn't go in for half-measures, do they?
1507{Concerned} Don't forget your responsibilities to the Minutemen, General.
1508{Thinking} The Railroad must know more about the Institute than anyone in the Commonwealth.
1509{Somber} No wonder the Railroad is so paranoid now. The Institute must have nearly wiped them out here.
1510{Concerned} The Railroad seems to have more enemies than they need.
1511{Concerned} I can't even count the number of ways this could go wrong.
1512{Confident} Time to give the Institute a taste of their own medicine, General.
1513{Puzzled} I still wonder what this Brotherhood outpost is doing here. I've never heard of them operating in the Commonwealth before.
1514{Concerned} I don't know that we really want to invite more Brotherhood forces into the Commonwealth, General.
1515{Worried} I don't think the Brotherhood is here to bring peace and freedom to the Commonwealth, General.
1516{Worried} That's quite an arsenal you just handed over to the Brotherhood.
1517{Worried} The Institute may be the Brotherhood's first target, but after they're eliminated... then what?
1518{Worried} If the Institute can infiltrate the Brotherhood of Steel, then nobody is safe.
1519{Stern} Danse was a comrade. You should have stood by him.
1520{Happy} I'm glad you stood by Danse. He was a loyal comrade, whether or not he was a synth.
1521{Depressed} I don't understand why you continue to help the Brotherhood.
1522{Concerned} I hope you don't think the Brotherhood will just turn off Liberty Prime after they use him to take out the Institute.
1523{Concerned} I guess this is the point of no return.
1524{Impressed} Nice to see the Institute doing something to help the Commonwealth for once.
1525{Stern} General, we should not be helping the Institute round up escaped synths. And attacking peaceful settlements in the process.
1526{Thinking} I can't say I'm sorry to see the Institute taking on the Brotherhood. They may be the only ones who stand a chance against them.
1527{Worried} I sure hope you know what you're doing, General.
1528{Worried} I guess we're just going to have to learn to live with the Institute.
1529{Somber} I think we were on the wrong side here, General.
1530{Somber} You've made your choice, General. Now we all have to live with it.
1531{Impressed} Sounds like she knows what she's talking about.
1532{Impressed} Crazy to think of all those weapons just sitting there under our noses this whole time.
1533{Impressed} This artillery could really come in handy. We should set up batteries in as many settlements as possible.
1534{Somber} The Institute left us no choice. It was them or us.