Now, I hope you don't mind, but I had to go rooting around there in your noggin to pull all the bits of lead out. I take pride in my needlework, but you'd better tell me if I left anything out of place.”— Doc Mitchell
It appears at the beginning of the game, and is used to make decisions about the player character's face, as well as hair will look like. Unlike the old gene projector, it can also set the age to anywhere between 17 and 60.
The character's name.
There are four races available. They are:
The Courier's age can be set as anywhere between 17 and 60.
These are the different ways to customize the character's face.
|Heavy/Light||Fat/skinniness of the character's face.|
|Thin/Wide||Width of the character's face.|
|Small/Large||Size of the character's forehead.|
|Tall/Short||Height of the character's forehead.|
|Tilt forward/back||Angle at which the character's forehead is tilted.|
|High/low||Overall height of the eyebrows|
|Up/Down (Inner)||Adjust the angle of the part of the brow close to the nose.|
|Up/Down (Outer)||Adjust the angle of the part of the brow farther from the nose.|
|Up/Down||Determines height of the character's eyes.|
|Small/Large||The size of the eyes.|
|Together/Apart||Sets distance between the character's eyes.|
|Bridge Depth||The height of the bridge of the character's nose.|
|Up/Down||How long the character's nose is.|
|Flat/Pointed||How pointy the character's nose is.|
|Nostril Tilt||The angle at which the character's nose tilts.|
|Nostrils Wide/Thin||The width of the nose at the nostrils|
|Sellion Height||Adjusts the position where the bridge of the nose emerges from the forehead|
|Short/Long||Adjusts the length of the nose from the upper lip to the tip|
|Large/Small||How deep the character's lip goes in.|
|Overbite/Underbite||Adjust the angle of the mouth|
|Low/High||This determines how far up or down the character's cheeks are.|
|Shallow/Pronounced||How shallow or pronounced the character's cheekbones are.|
|Concave/Convex||How far out the character's cheeks extend from the side.|
|Retracted/Jutting||Determines how far out the character's jaw extends.|
|Wide/Thin||The width of the jaw.|
|Slope High/Low||The angle from the jawline to the neck.|
|Concave/Convex||The curvature of the jawbone.|
|Forward/Backward||How far out the character's chin extends.|
|Broad/Recessed||Determines how wide the chin is.|
|Shallow/Deep||Adjusts the shape and position of the chin.|
|Tall/Short||Determines how far the chin goes down.|
The different skin tone options.
|Shade||Pretty much just the overall color of the character's skin depending on race.|
|Flushed||The highlight of the character's skin.|
|Blue Tint||The special blue tint of the character's skin.|
|Yellow Tint||The special yellow tint of the character's skin.|
|Eye Sockets||The tint of the character's eye sockets.|
|Eyebrows||The tint of the character's eyebrows.|
|Eyeliner||Mainly for females, the eyeliner for the character.|
|Nose||The shade for the character's nose.|
|Lips||The shade of the character's lips.|
|Moustache||The tint of the character's moustache.|
|Cheeks||The shade of the character's cheeks.|
|Beard||The tint of the character's beard.|
The character's eye color. There are only four different colors.
- Dark Brown
There are many types of hair-do's in Fallout: New Vegas.
- (Any wanted color via RGB setting)
- Clean Cut
- Buzz Cut
- Blast Back
- The Unsettler
- Tunnel Snake
- Buzz Saw
- Smooth Wave
- Shaggy Suave
- High Riser
- Domestic Goddess
- No Nonsense
- Prim 'N Proper
- Rough Nite
- Wendy the Welder
- The Sophisticate
- Iron Maiden
- Rude Ridge
- Fallen Angel
- L'il Devil
- Pretty Puff
- Rough Beard
- The Gentleman
- Shaggy Sideburns
- Soul Patch
- Old Coot
- The Gettysburg
- Chin Strip
- Honest Abe
- Man's Man
- Lady's Man
- Tough Guy
- The customization options are the same as the Gene Projector from Fallout 3.
- The only other ways to change the Courier's appearance after Doc Mitchell are Sergio and the Auto-doc in the Sink after the associated upgrades.
- Given the fact that the Courier is already fully grown in Fallout: New Vegas, the reflectron is essentially just a mirror.
The Reflectron is only seen in Fallout: New Vegas.