The overworked and slightly overwhelmed Dr Adami is the head of the medical staff under General Constantine Chase. Apart from ministering to the physical and mental wounds of the U.S. Army soldiers fighting the Chinese in the bleak Alaskan tundra, she is also tasked with distributing Psycho rations to increase combat readiness of those not yet incapacitated. The experimental combat drug created by Chase's pharmaceutical company had only the barest necessary clinical trials done, which highlighted adverse side effects (dementia, aggression, etc.), leading Adami to question her relationship with the Hippocratic Oath. However, as far as the simulation is concerned, she believes it necessary to give the groundpounders an advantage in the fight, especially those who have family at Anchorage.
It appears that her portrayal in the simulation is at odds with reality. Her records implicated Chase in the Psycho drugging scandal before the Great War, whereas in the simulation she believes it is a necessary evil.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
|This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.|
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When first approached by the player, she provides 5 Psycho.
When first approached by the player character, she provides a "chem ration" of five doses of Psycho.
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|Wasteland surgeon outfit|
- "Here's your chem ration. I'm Doctor Adami. Come see me if you need patching up."
- "All patched up. Now get back into the fight!"
- "I just hope my Hippocratic Oath is still speaking to me when this whole mess is over with..."
- ↑ Holotape - Psycho
- ↑ Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.69: "Doctor Adrienn Adami
An overworked and slightly agitate field doctor with several years of experience under her belt, Adami is busy administering Chems (usually Psycho) to wounded or mentally scarred soldiers at the U.S. Field Headquarters medical tent. Investigation into simulated Holotapes reveals discrepancies between her simulated and real-life persona, as her records implicate General Chase in a scandal of drugging soldiers with Chems researched at Chase's pharmaceutical company."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)