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Now, are you gonna buy some clothes, or what?

Becky Fallon is a clothing merchant who runs Fallon's Basement in the Diamond City market in 2287.

Background

Fallon will initially express reservations about the Sole Survivor's intentions, warning that she does not tolerate theft and asserting that her establishment is not a charity. The Sole Survivor can choose to either assuage or mock her concerns, or they can question her to learn more about the pre-War Fallon's, her family's history, her husband Charlie's abduction suspected at the hands of synths and the apparent indifference of Diamond City security toward it.[1]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is a merchant. Bottle cap 124
Sells: Champion chestpiece, Champion right arm, clothing

Inventory

Notes

Appearances

Becky Fallon appears only in Fallout 4.

Behind the scenes

Her establishment, Fallon's Basement, is a reference to the real-life Filene's Basement. It was located in nearby downtown Boston and was used to sell discounted merchandise from Filene's department store chain.

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References

  1. The Sole Survivor: "Fallon's Basement. Interesting name."
    Becky Fallon: "Yeah, it's ancient. There was a Fallon's here back even before the War. Granddad always said we had a tradition of 'quality and affordability.'
    Guess affordability got too expensive for some folks. Damn thieves. And it ain't like Diamond City Security helps."

    The Sole Survivor:"Why doesn't Diamond City Security help you?"
    Becky Fallon: "*sigh* My husband got taken, all right? By the Institute. Security wouldn't look into it, I raised a stink, and now I'm black-listed."
    The Sole Survivor: "Your husband was taken by the Institute?"
    Becky Fallon: "Well he ain't here anymore, that's for sure. Not like the Institute leaves a trail besides those damn synths."
    (Becky Fallon's dialogue)
  2. Becky Fallon: "Nothing me and my ten-gauge haven't been able to handle."
    (Becky Fallon's dialogue)