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This is a transcript for dialogue with Katy Pinn.

DialoguePlayerAdditionalEdit

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1-00083AEFI'm sorry, did you have trouble understanding that?
2You're awfully quiet all of a sudden.
3{prompting the other person to respond} Well?

DialogueVault81Edit

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4Vault81KatyGreet000A7CE2{surprised, and then eager and curious / Surprised} You're that new traveler. You must have had so many adventures out in the Commonwealth.Player Default: Every waking moment is an adventure out there.A
5{Impressed to see an outsider / Impressed} I can't imagine what it'd be like to live in the Commonwealth. Every day must be an adventure out there.Player Default: Every waking moment is an adventure out there.A
6001338BEPlayer Default: What types of stories are you looking for?{Friendly / Friendly} Nothing too violent. I'm sure they'll have lots of questions though. Thank you so much!Y1a
7001338BFPlayer Default: I suppose I could tell them a few.{Friendly / Friendly} I won't let them take up too much of your time.X1a
8001338C0Player Default: My stories are a bit too graphic for children.{Disappointed / Concerned} Oh. Well, I don't want to upset them.B1a
9{Disappointed / Concerned} I guess this was a bad idea. Thank you anyway.B1b
10001338C1Player Default: I'd be glad to talk to them.{Excited / Happy} Marvelous! Stop by whenever class is in session.A1a
11{Explaining / Friendly} I'll just stop what I'm doing turn the class over to you.A1b
12001338C6Player Default: Is it boring here in the Vault?{Surprised} No! I love teaching these kids.Y1a
13{Friendly / Friendly} But it's not the same as fighting to survive.Y1b
14{Asking a question - Hopeful / Question} Would you mind talking to my class about life in the Commonwealth?Player Default: I'd be glad to talk to them.Y1c
15001338C7Player Default: I've had a few interesting moments.{Friendly / Friendly} Stop being so modest.X1a
16{Friendly / Friendly} My kids would love to hear about anything you've done out in the Commonwealth.X1b
17{Friendly / Friendly} Would you mind talking to them, and sharing one of your experiences?Player Default: I'd be glad to talk to them.X1c
18001338C8Player Default: Survival isn't a game, lady.{Afraid} Oh, sorry.B1a
19{Apologetic} I didn't mean to insult you.B1b
20{Friendly and nervous / Nervous} I was just hoping you'd be willing to speak to my class.Player Default: I'd be glad to talk to them.B1c
21001338C9Player Default: Every waking moment is an adventure out there.{Excited / Friendly} Oh, my! I knew it.A1a
22{Friendly / Friendly} My kids would love to hear some of them.A1b
23{Friendly / Question} Would you be willing to talk to my class?Player Default: I'd be glad to talk to them.A1c
24-0003F264{friendly question / Amused} When you get a chance, could I have some more bread?
25{friendly suggestion / Amused} I could use a cold drink.
26{complimenting him on his energy / Conspiratorial} I don't know how you keep up with all of us, Mark.
27{compliment / Happy} Maria, I wish I could cook half as well as you.
28{Very grateful the player saved a child. / Grateful} You saved Austin's life. Dr. Forsythe said without that cure, there would have been nothing they could have done.
29{Very grateful the player saved a child. / Grateful} It's good to have Austin back. Class wasn't the same without him.
30{Very grateful the player saved a child. / Grateful} I heard the kids think of you as a hero for saving Austin. It's quite the compliment.
31{Upset and disgusted with the player / Disgust} What kind of person chooses to let a child die?
32{Upset and disgusted with the player / Disgust} Please leave me alone. I don't even want to see you right now.
33{Upset and disgusted with the player / Disgust} I'm not really in the mood to talk to you.
34{Upset and disgusted with the player / Disgust} To think I actually wanted you to speak to my class.
35{Upset and disgusted with the player / Disgust} You didn't just let Austin die... You killed that poor boy.
36{wistful / Sad} I wish there were more children to fill my classroom.
37{weary but happy / Tired} Some days the children wear me out.
38{Sad reflection / Thinking} When I was kid, this classroom was full. Makes you wonder about the future.
39{Wishful thinking. / Thinking} I wish I had more materials on the Commonwealth to educate the kids about.
40{Worried about the future. / Worried} My only fear as a teacher is that I'm not preparing these kids well enough.
41{Friendly/Grateful - Thanking PC for speaking to her class / Grateful} Thanks again for speaking to the class.
42{Friendly/Grateful - Thanking PC for speaking to her class / Grateful} I think you gave those kids enough to be excited about for months.
43{Friendly/Grateful - Thanking PC for speaking to her class / Grateful} It'll be a long time before the kids stop talking about you.
44{Friendly/Grateful - Thanking PC for speaking to her class / Grateful} That's quite a story. I hope we never encounter one of those Deathclaws you mentioned.
45{Friendly/Grateful - Thanking PC for speaking to her class / Grateful} You've certainly seen a lot in the Commonwealth. It makes me thankful for the safety of the Vault.
4600097C62When your numbers get over 10, you carry the extra to the next column.
47If you've memorized your multiplication tables, this exercise will be easy.
48Tomorrow will be math word problems.
49If you are having trouble with these math problems, see me after class.
50When we are done with this exercise, we'll move on to long division.
51The things you can touch, like your desks, the floor, your hand, they are all made up of matter.
52Things you can't touch, like light, heat and radiation are energy.
53Electricity is a type of energy that powers everything in the vault.
54Hot air rises. Cool air sinks. As they cool off or get warmer, they create convection currents.
55An object in motion tends to stay in motion. An object at rest tends to stay at rest.
56Gravity is the force that makes things fall. Planet Earth has a lot of gravity.
57No talking. You should be doing your work.
58Don't forget to show your work.
59Make sure your work is neat and legible.
60No copying. Do your own work.
61If you try your best, you'll do fine.

DN077Edit

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62DN077Hydroponics000AC92EDrPenske: Why him? He's just a boy.{Trying to be comforting} He is going to be just fine.A1a
63You'll see.A1b
64000AC930DrPenske: I just don't know what I can do.{Forlorn} Neither do I, Priscilla.DrPenske: Why him? He's just a boy.A1a
65000AC932{Cheery and optimistic despite Austin being very ill.} I'm sure this whole thing is overblown and Austin will be running around tomorrow.DrPenske: Overblown or not, we have to do what we can for Austin.A1a

MS19Edit

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66-0008B125{InPain} Poor Austin. I'm sure Dr. Forsythe can find a cure for him.

V81_04Edit

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67V81_04_KatyStart001340E2Player Default: Wonderful! The kids are so excited.{Getting her class to quiet down. / Neutral} Children. Children, listen up.A1a
68{A bit excited to get her class excited / Friendly} We have a guest today, who is going to tell us stories about the Commonwealth.Player Default: One of the Minutemen helped me kill one once.A1b
69001340E7Player Default: What topics should I avoid?{Explaining, with her kids in mind / Neutral} Nothing with excessive violence. And I'm sure they'll have lots of questions.Player Default: I'd be glad to.Y1a
70001340E8Player Default: If you want. They aren't that interesting.{Friendly, encouraging / Friendly} Stop being modest. The kids are so excited to hear your stories.Katy: Children. Children, listen up.X1a
71001340E9Player Default: Sometime later.{Understanding, a bit disappointed / Neutral} Oh. The kids will be disappointed, but I'm sure they'll understand.Katy: Children. Children, listen up.B1a
72001340EAPlayer Default: I'd be glad to.{happy, excited / Happy} Wonderful! The kids are so excited.Katy: Children. Children, listen up.A1a
73001340EB{Friendly, hopeful / Friendly} Would you like to tell the students one of your stories now?Player Default: I'd be glad to.A
74V81_04_Stories00134107Erin: Thank you.{Friendly/Grateful / Friendly} And we have a thank you gift for you. Here.A1a
7500134108{Confused, player walked away while telling the kids a story. A bit disappointed. / Puzzled} Well, I guess that's all we're going to hear today.A1a
760013410CPlayer Default: I bet that took lots of bullets.{Friendly/Grateful / Friendly} Thank you so much for that story. Children, say thank you.Erin: Thank you.A1a
77-000C979A{Friendly. Excited the player is going to speak to her class. / Friendly} The children will be very excited to hear about the Commonwealth.
78{Friendly. Excited the player is going to speak to her class. / Friendly} I'm looking forward to what you'll have to say.
79{Friendly. Excited the player is going to speak to her class. / Friendly} This will be a rare day indeed. I just hope the kids behave.
80{Friendly. Excited the player is going to speak to her class. / Friendly} This will be a rare treat for the kids.
81{Friendly. Excited the player is going to speak to her class. / Friendly} I can't wait to see how excited the kids will be.
82001340EBToday isn't a good day for the kids to hear a story.A
83Could you come back another time? Thanks.A
84{Upset, but trying to be professional as a teacher. / Disgust} I'm sorry, but I don't think it's such a good idea for you to be sharing anything with my class after what you did.A

V81_Lesson_01Edit

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85V81_Lesson_01_Scene001A96ADChildF: Aw, she'd never let me go.{Teacher speaking to students / Friendly} Give it time. You still have six years to take the test. A lot can change between then and now.A1a
86001A96AEAustin: What if we don't want to stay in the Vault?{Teacher speaking to students / Friendly} Well, unfortunately the G.O.A.T. only designates careers within the Vault itself.A1a
87{Teacher speaking to students / Friendly} If you'd like to pursue something outside of the Vault, you'd want to discuss that with the Overseer.Austin: Aw, she'd never let me go.A1b
88001A96AFErin: Did the G.O.A.T. say you should be a teacher, Miss Pinn?{Teacher speaking to students / Friendly} Yes, it did. And I feel very lucky to be teaching all of you today.Austin: What if we don't want to stay in the Vault?A1a
89001A96B0Katy: Otherwise, that's a sure way to end up in an occupation that's not suitable for you.{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} Any questions?Erin: Did the G.O.A.T. say you should be a teacher, Miss Pinn?A1a
90001A96B1Erin: We don't even have real sports here.{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} It's ok, Erin. You'll choose the answer based on how you feel. Use instinct and be as honest as possible.A1a
91{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} Otherwise, that's a sure way to end up in an occupation that's not suitable for you.Katy: Any questions?A1b
92001A96B2Katy: The image you're shown presents a situation, and each of the answers is a reaction. For example.{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} This image was used in previous tests to ask which position you'd prefer.A1a
93{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} Pitcher, Catcher, Designated Hitter, or None. You wish the Vault had a soccer team.A1b
94{Teacher addressing her students / Friendly} Your results are then fed into the computer to calculate your appropriate career.Erin: We don't even have real sports here.A1c
95001A96B3Katy: Each image is associated with a question and will have four answers to choose from.{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} The image you're shown presents a situation, and each of the answers is a reaction. For example.Katy: This image was used in previous tests to ask which position you'd prefer.A1a
96001A96B4Austin: Ew.{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} Each image is associated with a question and will have four answers to choose from.Katy: The image you're shown presents a situation, and each of the answers is a reaction. For example.A1a
97001A96B5Katy: Lucky for all of you, the G.O.A.T. isn't given until you're 16 years of age.{Teacher addressing her student / Friendly} Now here are some example images that you'll be shown.Austin: Ew.A1a
98001A96B6Austin: What if we don't like it? I don't want be stuck doing security or anything.{Teacher addressing her student / Friendly} If you don't like your results, you'll have to take it up with the Overseer when the time comes.A1a
99{Teacher addressing her students. / Friendly} Lucky for all of you, the G.O.A.T. isn't given until you're 16 years of age.Katy: Now here are some example images that you'll be shown.A1b
100001A96B7Katy: Very close, Erin. It's the Generalized Occupational Aptitude Test.{Teacher addressing her student / Friendly} The G.O.A.T. is used to determine what your best skillsets are and assign you the appropriate career within the Vault.Austin: What if we don't like it? I don't want be stuck doing security or anything.A1a
101001A96B8Erin: Generalized Occupational Attitude Test?{Emphasis on the APT of Aptitude. Correcting Erin who said "Attitude"Teacher addressing her student / Friendly} Very close, Erin. It's the Generalized Occupational Aptitude Test.Katy: The G.O.A.T. is used to determine what your best skillsets are and assign you the appropriate career within the Vault.A1a
102001A96B9{Teacher addressing her students / Friendly} All right, children, today we're going to talk about the G.O.A.T.A1a
103{Teacher addressing her students / Friendly} Who here can tell me what G.O.A.T. stands for?Erin: Generalized Occupational Attitude Test?A1b

Vault81TourEdit

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104TourSchoolScene0010FA9AAustin: It's boring most of the time, but Gran says I have to go anyway.{Friendly} Your gran is a smart woman, Austin.Player Default: It's good to know all the kids are getting an education.A1a