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Ahhh! Please don't kill me, I swear I'll have - wait. You... you don't work for Mr. Bishop, do you?

Bruce Isaac is a singer hiding out in Novac in 2281.

Background

Bruce previously was a singer at the Shark Club in New Reno, who the Courier saw singing there.[1] Mr. Bishop owed him some money, so Bruce acquired the caps owed to him and also had sex with Bishop's daughter before he fled.[2] He is now hiding out at Novac from Mr. Bishop and his thugs, waiting for things to cool down a little.[3]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is involved in quests.

Talent Pool

Quests

Talent Pool: Tommy Torini is looking for a new singer. The player character can inform Bruce about a job opportunity for him at the Aces, the theater in the Tops.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items
Shabby gambler suit Vegas key (while traveling to the Tops)

Notable quotes

Appearances

Bruce Isaac appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

Gallery

References

  1. The Courier: "Aren't you that singer from New Reno? I think I saw you play the clubs there."
    Bruce Isaac: "Oh, so you have heard of me. Yeah, that's right. I was the big draw at the Shark Club, people used to pay hundreds of caps to see me."
    (Bruce Isaac's dialogue)
  2. The Courier: "Why would this Mr. Bishop be after you?"
    Bruce Isaac: "Oh, well, that's all just a big misunderstanding, see. Mr. Bishop, well, he owed me a lot of money, and, y'know, he's a busy guy, so I sort of figured I'd just...take it off his hands."
    The Courier: "You robbed a casino boss?"
    Bruce Isaac: "'Robbed' is such an ugly word. It's more like I took care of a payroll problem for him. Also, I might have... umm... sort of... plowed his daughter. A little."
    (Bruce Isaac's dialogue)
  3. The Courier: "And so because of that you ran all the way to Novac?"
    Bruce Isaac: "I figured it might take him a while to understand his accounting error and cool down a little."
    (Bruce Isaac's dialogue)
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