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Suddenly my specialty is critical to the continuation of the species. I hate to be thankful for the apocalypse but it's nice to be relevant.

Dr. Bethy Mangano is a ghoul scientist, camped in a tent behind the Clarksburg church.

Background

Prior to the Great War, Dr. Mangano was a professor of soil sciences. Her mother always told her to thank people who compliment her. She can recite the Friedrich Nietzsche quote, "Wake and listen! Verily, the earth shall yet be a source of recovery. Remain faithful to the earth, with the power of your virtue."

When the War struck, she was exposed to massive amounts of radiation and became a ghoul, but was physically unharmed. Being a ghoul hurt her self-esteem in regards to her beauty, but still feels it is better than being dead, and likes how she can enter toxic places without fear of radiation. She tries to remain optimistic, especially when the despair of the post-apocalyptic world sinks in, and she reminds herself she can make a difference in the world.

Bethy has recently devoted herself to studying the soils of toxic environments such as the Toxic Valley to determine how to reclaim them for farming.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character has no special interactions.

Effects of player's actions

  • If the Vault Dweller passes two Intelligence 8+ checks with her, she will offer some more information about soil science as well as hand over one of two unique junk items at random, the Medium Int rock or the High Int rock.
  • If the Vault Dweller passes a Charisma 12+ check with her, she will be flattered and open up about how becoming a ghoul has affected her self-esteem, but also the benefits it has for her work.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Lab coat
Hip glasses

Appearances

Bethy Mangano appears only in Fallout 76, introduced in the Wastelanders update.

References

  1. Dr. Mangano: "Oh, there you are! Are you back to learn more about the exciting career of an edaphologist?"
    (Dr. Mangano's dialogue)
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