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Eve Binet was a member of the Institute prior to her death. She was the wife of Alan Binet and mother to Liam Binet.


After her death, an experiment was run in which a third generation synth, also called Eve, would act a replacement in order to test how it could integrate into family life.[1] Eve is aware that she will never replace the original Eve Binet in this role within the family.[2]


Eve Binet is mentioned only in Fallout 4.


  1. Max Loken: "How's that personal synth of yours working out? I've heard that Liam's grown quite attached to it."
    Alan Binet: "Not "it", Doctor Loken, "she." And she has a name. To answer your question, Eve has been an indispensable companion, both to Liam and myself."
    Max Loken: "Alan, I know it's been difficult for you since you lost your wife, but don't lose perspective. A synth might look like a man or a woman, but it isn't. It's not healthy to become too attached."
    Alan Binet: "Need I remind you, Doctor Loken, that in biochemical terms a human being is also a machine."
    Max Loken: "Don't hide behind technicalities, Alan. I'm your friend. I'm not judging you, but others will. Such behavior could be construed as deviant. You know where that will lead."
    Alan Binet: "There's no need to get worked up over it, Max. I'm simply carrying out an experiment. I believe that our third-generation synths are sophisticated enough to form social bonds, even familial bonds. Only through close observation can I prove my hypothesis."
    Max Loken: "Alright, Alan. I'll trust your judgement on this. Just be careful."
    (Alan Binet and Max Loken's dialogue)
  2. The Sole Survivor: "What's a personal synth?"
    Eve: "Doctor Binet is carrying out a social experiment. He wants to see if a synth can integrate into a human family. I know I can never replace his wife or be a real mother to Liam, but I can at least help with the domestic duties. I like to think I'm a pretty good cook."
    (Eve's dialogue)
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