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Colonel can be heard telling his story in the holodisk survivor story: Colonel and Survivor story: Responder Colonel. He was a troublemaker and prankster before the War and feels guilty for the war and the mutations, believing his father's words that bad things wouldn't have happened had he behaved. He misses his father who he hasn't seen since the bombs fall. Colonel left a note for his father in the Flatwoods meeting hall, saying he'd be waiting in the church with cereal, games and a sleeping bag for each of them.
The Responders' database reveals he became a Responder as a Volunteer when he was thirteen and was tasked with being the caregiver for the other children. He would eventually become a full Responder approximately five years later. He would mainly be helping find people in Appalachia and get them to safety, along with teaching them how to survive. He'd also come to comprehend why his father left him behind, which would drive him to make sure that he'd take care of the younger children in the care of the Responders.
By the time that Vault 76 opens and the residents are released into Appalachia, Colonel has passed away. His body can be found on the front porch of a red house in Flatwoods, south of the overpass, next to the body of a raider.
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Colonel appears only in Fallout 76.
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