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Life has a way of punishing you for the mistakes you make.

Craig Boone is a retired NCR 1st Recon sharpshooter and Novac's night-shift town guard in 2281. Craig Boone joined the New California Republic Army at an unknown date and served until some time after the Bitter Springs Massacre. He completed the majority of his Army service with the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, moved to Novac with his wife Carla Boone, and became the town's night watchman. However, Carla was recently kidnapped by Caesar's Legion while he was on guard and he suspects foul play. When the Courier first meets him, Boone is bitterly whiling away the hours until he can find out and kill whoever is responsible for the disappearance of his wife; waiting for the perfect stranger to arrive and to hopefully help find who facilitated the taking of his wife.[2] Hardened and psychologically troubled from his time in the NCR military, Boone vacillates between being a stone-cold killer and a decent human being. Venturing out from the relative safety of Novac brings Boone into close contact with his old life until he is forced to deal with the tragic events that caused him to leave the military.

Background

The 26 year old Boone is a man with a troubled past. He was once a soldier of the New California Republic Army together with his best friend, Manny Vargas,[3] a member of the prestigious 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, picked out at the firing range for his exceptional marksmanship skills. As part of the push into the Mojave, Boone was deployed to Camp Golf.[4] He fought during the First Battle of Hoover Dam, as the frontline camp was hit by Legion attacks.[5]

The battle with the Legion affected him little, it was a retaliatory expedition of the Republic a year later, in 2278, directed against the Great Khans. Following raider attacks on NCR settlements, the Army tracked down the Khans to Bitter Springs, a suspected stronghold. What they didn't know is that it was the Khans' main settlement. Boone's fireteam was deployed on Coyote Tail ridge.[6] Their orders were to cut off any Khans attempting to escape Bitter Springs down Canyon 37, to prevent them from flanking the main force. They were to shoot on sight.[7] However, when Khans started coming down canyon 37 in groups, the troopers noticed that they were largely non-combatants; women, children, the sick and elderly, with wounded Khans in tow. NCR command did not understand what was happening and ordered the troopers to fire until they were out of ammunition. Boone and the rest of 1st Recon carried out the order.[8]

The Bitter Springs Massacre would break Boone. Boone became a murderer, if not in the eyes of the Republic, then in his own. He left the Army when his tour of duty ended, sick of war, to try and start everything from scratch.[9] He joined Carla, a beautiful woman he met on the New Vegas Strip on leave. She was talkative, charming, proud, and everything Boone wasn't, but she had helped him forget. For a time, he was happy. He had married Carla and sometime in 2280,[2] they settled in Novac, down route 93. Boone found a job as town watchman, together with Manny Vargas, the best friend who enlisted with him and also his spotter.[10] It was apparent that Carla was not pleased with living in Novac and made her opinions known. Jeannie May Crawford describes Carla as a "cactus flower," in that she is pretty to look at, but hard to get close to. She was never content with the ordinary life of the small town. Carla's attitude toward the town caused distance between Boone and Manny, which continued after Carla's disappearance.

Boone never told Carla about Bitter Springs, though he wish he'd done so when he had the chance.[11] Legion slavers snuck into Novac one night while he was on watch, and took Carla, pregnant at the time. They knew exactly when and how to come in order to sneak by him. Boone knew he was set up.[12] He talked to Manny about the disappearance. Their friendship ended instantly when his friend couldn't mask the fact her disappearance made him glad, as Boone's wife often clashed with him.[13]

The distraught marksman took to the road, to track Carla down and save her. He found her at a Legion outpost southeast, near the Colorado River. She was being sold, with men bidding on her. The entire area was locked down, with legionaries swarming by the hundreds. Boone could only see one solution. He could not track her in Legion lands, nor could he abandon her to the Legion. Instead of subjecting her to the horrors of Legion slavery, he chose to take her life in a mercy killing, knowing that a rescue wasn't possible.[14][15][16]

He returned to Novac and resumed his duties as the town's watchman. He was apathetic, save for one emotion: Hate. Boundless hatred for the Caesar's Legion and the person who took his wife from him.[17]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed. Status expires when Hardcore mode begins.
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This character is a permanent companion. They grant the Spotter perk.
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This character starts quests.
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This character is involved in quests.

Quests

  • One for My Baby: Help Boone take care of the person responsible for his wife's kidnapping. The successful completion of this quest makes him available as a companion for the Courier.
  • I Forgot to Remember to Forget: Help Boone deal with the psychological trauma still haunting him. The successful completion of this quest upgrades his armor.
  • Beyond the Beef: One can offer Boone, or any other human companion, as a substitute to Mortimer for the banquet.
  • You'll Know It When It Happens: Boone will tell the player character three ways in which president Aaron Kimball can be assassinated. Two of his suggestions are attempted by the Legion.

Effects of player's actions

  • If one has Boone kill Manny Vargas during One for My Baby and passes a Speech check to convince him that Manny was guilty, he will tell the Courier to "Never say that name again." when asked about Vargas again.
  • If one arranges for Boone to kill someone who is "responsible" for the death of his wife, he will ask what gave them away. If the Courier responds with "I had a hunch," and that it was the closest proof they had, he will angrily dismiss them and won't talk to them anymore. He will also do this if the Courier tells him that Jeannie May Crawford's story "just didn't add up" and then fails the Speech check.
  • If Boone kills someone during the aforementioned quest and then the player character tells him that they just wanted him to kill the assigned target, he will immediately turn hostile and attack.
  • If the player character has not yet recruited Boone, he will refuse to speak to them if their overall NCR reputation is significantly below neutral, or if they have a significant positive reputation with Caesar's Legion. The reputation can be temporarily swayed by wearing any NCR armor, enabling that faction's relations and reputation. Though, ironically, Caesar's Legion armor (or any other faction armor) works just as well.
  • Gaining NCR infamy with Boone as a companion will cause him to demand that "this stops now." One has the option of attacking Boone or persuading him to stand down and agree with him on stopping the killings. Afterward, if the player character again kills NCR troops, with Boone following them, he will immediately turn hostile.
    • Sneak killing NCR soldiers in Boone's presence without being seen by other non-companion NPCs won't cause his immediate hostility.
  • At the Bitter Springs supply cave visited in Climb Ev'ry Mountain inhabited by the Great Khan, Oscar Velasco, Oscar will attack the Courier after shouting "Die NCR Scum!" if Boone is their companion. The Courier must make Boone wait outside the cave if they do not want to kill Oscar.

Other interactions

  • If asked if he ever takes off his beret, he will say "No."
  • If the player character takes his beret, Boone says "I would really like my beret back, please." However, not returning it causes no significant results. He will still say this even if it is traded back to him before closing the inventory window.
  • If the Courier enters the Fort with Boone, all Legion members will become immediately hostile, regardless of the one's previous standing with them.
  • If the player character enters Boone's hotel room after sending him back to Novac, Boone says "You need to leave." However, staying in the room or stealing items while being noticed by Boone causes no hostility, but one will still lose Karma.

Companion

  • Boone will return to Novac after a few days if "lost."
  • If the Courier travels near Cottonwood Cove or Nelson with Boone, he will mention his grudge against the Legion and the option will be given to continue on with him or not.
  • When near the boat in Cottonwood Cove, Boone will say that this would "probably be the last boat you take."
  • Boone is automatically hostile to any Legion faction members. Likewise, Legion members are always hostile to Boone, as well as to the Courier while Boone is serving as a companion. This only applies if the Legion can see him, however; if told to wait out of sight, Legion members will not turn hostile.
  • Boone will not talk to the Courier if they are "shunned" or worse by the NCR unless the Courier is wearing NCR gear that turns their reputation to neutral. Once recruited, Boone will follow unless the Courier puts on Legion gear.
  • Boone will give the Courier one warning before leaving permanently (similar to when Caesar sends Vulpes Inculta to the Strip to wipe their Infamy slate clean) if they work with the Legion and gain a positive reputation with them. Even leaving Boone in the Lucky 38 presidential suite will still cause him to leave, if enough Legion quests have been done and fame acquired; as speaking to him will trigger the warning and his choice to leave upon speaking again. If one elects to follow the Legion path through the end it will be impossible to take Boone to the battle at Hoover Dam.

Comments

  • After wiping out the Legion at Cottonwood Cove, Boone will say, "Wish there was more of them, I wasn't done yet."
  • After killing Oscar Velasco, Boone will say, "Great Khan looks like. Guess he fought at Bitter Springs, or saw it happen."
  • After killing Caesar, Boone will say, "Thumbs-down, you son of a bitch!", in reference to the gladiatorial games. He will also talk about the kill next time the player character speaks to him.
  • Boone has unique comments for a variety of game locations and situations:
    • Boone will say "I need a bigger caliber" or "I'm not punching through" if his weapons aren't getting through the enemy's armor DT.
    • When the Courier shoots while not engaged with a target, he'll say, "Let me aim that for you next time." This comment can occur when attacking a target at long range, even if the Courier hits it, which is ironic since Boone is supposedly spotting the target.
    • When entering the REPCONN test site basement with Boone for the first time, he will mention that it's "dark here" and that if you plan on using a weapon with a scope, he was trained as a spotter, and he could help you find your targets.
    • When freeing NCR soldiers at Nelson from the crucifixes during the quest Restoring Hope, Boone remarks "Mercy killing is a last resort. Glad you recognized we had options." If the player character speaks with Boone after this, he will go more in-depth about how he was told to kill NCR troops on crucifixes as a "mercy killing" when he was still part of the NCR 1st Recon. He laments that "sometimes following orders is what kills men."

Non-player character comments

  • The 1st Recon are known throughout the wastes. When Boone is a companion:
    • Boomers: "Keep your distance, soldier."
    • Brotherhood of Steel: "Why is your friend there glaring at me like that? Did I bump into him or something?"
    • Followers: "That's a First Recon beret. They're the best marksmen in the NCR military."
    • Freesiders: "Keep your guns to yourself and there won't be any trouble."; "You're not doing yourself a favor by having him tag along. NCR aren't welcome here."
    • Great Khans: "You know you're traveling with a fucking murderer?"
    • Gun Runners: "First Recon is a top-notch unit. They're always buying sniper rifles from us."
    • NCR civilians: "NCR Rangers deserve all my praise."
    • NCR troopers: "I wish I had a First Recon guy looking out for me."; "That red beret's looking good, soldier."
    • NCR tourists: "Is your friend one of those elite troops we've been hearing about?"
    • Nightkin: "Head voices say quiet man knows more than he says about horns!"
    • Omertas: "Big tough ranger better not start any trouble in here."
    • Outer Vegas denizens: "Keep the Ranger on a leash around here."; "Make sure the NCR dog behaves, you're in the Mojave now."
    • Powder Gangers: "That guy's got cold eyes. Definitely ex-military."
    • The Kings: "That friend of yours NCR? He looks like he's NCR."

Endings

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Tired of waiting for the world to be done with him, Boone ventured into the wastes to make his own way out. Unable to clear his mind of the past, he was at last granted the death he'd awaited, bringing final rest to a life that had ended long ago. Boone dies.


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Looking for a place where he could be of some use, Boone found himself re-enlisting with his old unit. Though his regrets remained in his thoughts, they coalesced into a purpose, and Boone embraced it. He spent his leave time hunting down slavers in the desert, his First Recon beret the last thing they never saw. Complete Eureka! for the NCR; complete I Forgot to Remember to Forget by convincing Boone to make amends over Bitter Springs.
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As the Battle of Hoover Dam ended, Boone confirmed what he had always suspected - that revenge would never quiet his troubled mind. Side arm in hand, he journeyed back to California in search of the NCR officer who had led the attack on Bitter Springs. There, with only two bullets loaded, Boone did the only thing he believed would put an end to his suffering. Complete Eureka! for the NCR; complete I Forgot to Remember to Forget by making Boone vengeful over Bitter Springs.
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Though NCR was withdrawing from the region, Boone remained in New Vegas, finding work as a security guard and caravan scout along the highways. While he might've preferred rejoining his old unit, Boone couldn't bring himself to abandon the city where he'd met his wife. Complete No Gods, No Masters for an Independent New Vegas or All or Nothing for Mr. House; complete I Forgot to Remember to Forget by convincing Boone to make amends over Bitter Springs.
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No longer held in check by his conscience, Boone found lucrative work as a mercenary and assassin. No job was too violent, no target too innocent. As long as the caps were good, Boone would take the job. Complete No Gods, No Masters for an Independent New Vegas or All or Nothing for Mr. House; complete I Forgot to Remember to Forget by making Boone vengeful over Bitter Springs.
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Boone refused to take the Legion's victory lying down. Heading to the hills with his rifle, he began a deadly campaign against high-ranking Legion officers. And though the price on his head rose to levels unheard of, few pursued it, fearing it would be the last thing they'd never see. Complete Veni, Vidi, Vici for Caesar's Legion; complete I Forgot to Remember to Forget by making Boone make amends over Bitter Springs.


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Driven mad by Caesar's victory at Hoover Dam, and unable to escape his memories, Boone staged a suicide mission against the Legate. Fighting as he wished he would've fought on the day of his wife's death, he brought down scores of Legionaries before being caught. Before his crucifixion, he was brought before the Legate, who expressed his admiration for Boone's reckless abandon. Boone spat tobacco in his eye, for all of Caesar's armies to see. Complete Veni, Vidi, Vici for Caesar's Legion; complete I Forgot to Remember to Forget by making Boone vengeful over Bitter Springs.

Inventory

Notes

  • Being 26 years old, Boone is the youngest humanoid companion in New Vegas.
  • Boone specializes in rifles, carrying his own scoped hunting rifle, and is one of only two 1st Recon members to use a scoped rifle.
  • Boone has excellent Guns skill and provides the Spotter perk, while also being deadly with a melee weapon. He is also surprisingly resistant to damage for a non-mutant companion.
    • Though Boone states that melee isn't his "strong suit" and that he wasn't given much close combat training, Melee Weapons is one of his tag skills.
  • Boone has the second-lowest Intelligence stat, tied with Lily's and smarter than Rex.
  • Mortimer will comment on Boone being in good shape and looking healthy while insulting Boone as being a little gamey and rugged when offering to sacrifice him to Mortimer during Beyond the Beef.
  • Care must be taken if bringing Boone to the Red Rock drug lab as he may start a fight (especially if Climb Ev'ry Mountain is completed, and Oscar Velasco is alive) and ruin your reputation with the Great Khans.
  • If the Courier chooses not to tell The King about the messenger during the quest G.I. Blues, Boone will sometimes attack the missionaries. The Courier will not lose him as a companion or even get a warning.
  • Before completing I Forgot to Remember to Forget, where afterward he obtains permanent armor, Boone is the only companion whose clothes are an actual item that can be removed. As such, he can be made to wear any type of clothing or armor (barring most faction armor) before completing said quest.
  • Although Boone claims to never remove his signature beret, he does so by giving it to the Courier when finding the culprit for his wife's slavery. Furthermore, he may swap it out for another headset if a suitable helmet is placed into his inventory.
  • Boone and Dean Domino are the only companions who allow their clothes to be taken.

Notable quotes

  • "You take out a debt, it's only a matter of time before someone comes collecting. Things just finally caught up with me."
  • "Life has a way of punishing you for the mistakes you make."
  • "She talked a lot. Suited me fine - I never know what to say. And listening to her, it could... make you forget."
  • "Maybe looking back you'd do things differently, but that's not how it works. In the field, you hesitate, you or someone you care about will die. They teach that from day one. [...] You don't come out of a tour of duty without regrets."

Appearances

Craig Boone appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

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Bugs

  • Icon pc.png Icon ps3.png Icon xbox360.png After applying patch 1.2.0.31x Boone may no longer move his head to track nearby targets, and will holster his weapon while in combat approximately every five seconds. This error is caused by a code added to his main dialogue script, which causes him to re-evaluate his current AI package every five seconds. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon xbox360.png Due to a glitch regarding armor stats, every time Boone switches equipment, the PER bonus from his beret gets added again and again, which leads to Boone having over 10 Perception. This can be reset by taking his beret away, and then giving it back to him. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon ps3.png Icon xbox360.png If the player takes Boone's beret, then give it back to him, it may disappear from his inventory. If you give him the one remaining in your inventory, it will disappear upon transfer. [verified]
    • Icon pc.png Icon xbox360.png This can be done by giving to him any apparel does not allow face or headgear. As such, he'll also take his sunglasses off. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon ps3.png Icon xbox360.png Boone seems to occasionally switch to melee (or if unavailable, unarmed) without prompt. This can be fixed by changing his combat style to melee in the companion wheel, and then back to ranged. [verified]
  • Icon ps3.png Icon xbox360.png If you fast travel after earning enough history points to unlock the quest I Forgot to Remember to Forget, but before Boone asks you to return to Bitter Springs with him, Boone will not fast travel with you. You may correct this by loading the auto-save file if you have not changed the game's default auto-save settings. [verified]
  • Icon ps3.png Icon xbox360.png If Boone has NCR faction armor AND a better set of armor in his inventory, he will sometimes switch between them for seemingly no reason. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon ps3.png Icon xbox360.png If Boone is a companion and you part ways with him, say to meet up at the Lucky 38, and eventually accept him as a companion again, he will repeatedly talk to you without prompt. On the Xbox 360, he won't leave the Presidential Suite either, and fast traveling also causes him to disappear from the game permanently. This can be fixed only by going to The Fort and killing Caesar, although Boone will not appear. Upon killing Caesar, fast traveling to Cottonwood Cove will fix the glitch, provided there are enemies nearby. [verified]
    • This may be caused by firing Boone and then gaining some fame with the Legion (to being Accepted, or a mostly positive mixed reputation) and then rehiring Boone seems to cause this bug.
  • Icon pc.png After a fight Boone may get stuck at reloading his weapon endlessly and not following you anymore. Let him switch to melee and back to ranged gets him out of that loop. Yet only confirmed for PC, happened after fast traveling to Nevada Highway Patrol station and fighting 10+ Jackal gang members. [verified]
    • Icon xbox360.png You can fix this bug by closing out of the game or turning off your console then back on.
  • Icon xbox360.png Sometimes when giving Boone a pair of authority glasses they turn out misshapen on his face. His rifle also will glitch out, and either disappear off his back or be inside of him. This also causes him to switch equipment. This can be fixed by taking the glasses, completely leaving the companion wheel, then going back and giving them back. [verified]
  • Icon xbox360.png If Boone is a companion while using the Mark of Caesar to boat your way to The Fort Boone may appear on the dock next to you even if asked to wait far away. He will spawn in water therefore unable to fight the boat guard. [verified]
  • Icon ps3.png If Boone is wearing gear that the player has given him, and then receives another set of apparel (not necessarily better than his current armor) he may remove his sunglasses and beret despite them being the only headwear he has. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon xbox360.png Sometimes during combat, Boone will randomly stop attacking enemies and will turn around. Then he will run in a specific direction, not stopping unless if he runs into a wall. To counteract this, the player must catch up with him to open dialogue. tell him to keep his distance, and then tell him to keep close again. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon xbox360.png If you give him armor like radiation suit, he will remove his headgear, but he won't wear the suit. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png If Boone is following you and you are accepted with the Legion, Boone will comment on it. Afterward he will talk to you every 10 seconds, even if you did not engage him in conversation. [verified]
  • Icon xbox360.png Sometimes, when the player enters the Ultra-Luxe, gives up his weapons and then steals them back from the locker, Boone will lose his rifle for the rest of the game. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Icon ps3.png Sometimes, the weapons you give to Boone may disappear after exiting a casino. [verified]
  • Icon pc.png Boone may lose armor suits you gave to him after you reload a save. The armor simply disappears from inventory.

Gallery

References

  1. Jason Bergman in the official forum
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Courier: "No."
    Craig Boone: "I don't know who you think you're kidding. I've lived here for more than a year. Anyway, I need someone I can trust, and you may be a liar, but you're also a stranger. And that's a start."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  3. The Courier: "What did you and Boone's wife argue about?"
    Manny Vargas: "Man, you name it. See, I grew up in North Vegas. Me and my cousins. We were some bad seeds. Got in with a gang. I loved it. Then something happened, and I couldn't handle it anymore. So, I enlisted. Earned my future. Brought down my best friend to share that future with me. And here was this woman who was too good for it, trying to take him away. So yeah. I didn't see eye-to-eye with the bitch."
    (Manny Vargas' dialogue)
  4. The Courier: "What outfit did you serve in the military with?"
    Craig Boone: "They moved us around a lot. I was stationed at Camp Golf for a while. Last I heard they were at Camp McCarran."
    The Courier: "How did you happen to join First Recon?"
    Craig Boone: "They pick you out if you do well at the firing range. Pays a little better, so I said okay."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  5. The Courier: "What was Camp Golf like?"
    Craig Boone: "It was on the front line for a while. Only resort in New Vegas no one wanted to get sent to. Doesn't have that kind of importance anymore, though. They pulled most of the troops out of there after we took the Hoover Dam."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  6. Craig Boone: "This is the place. We got sent from Camp Golf, looking for some Khans who'd been making trouble with one of our settlements. I guess one of the settlers was connected, because we sent everything we had. We figured this was a gang hideout, but... they'd led us to their home. There's a ridge called Coyote Tail on the south side. That's where we set up."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  7. Craig Boone: "Canyon 37. That's what the NCR calls the pass down there. It was the Khans' only escape, so we set up here to guard it while the main force attacked from the front. Standing orders were to shoot on sight."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  8. The Courier: "What happened?"
    Craig Boone: "Main force got spotted too soon. We heard shooting. Then Khans started coming through Canyon 37 in bunches. It was all wrong, though. Women, kids, elderly. Wounded started coming through, too. We radioed to confirm our orders but command didn't get what we were seeing. They told us to shoot till we were out of ammo. So that's what we did."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  9. The Courier: "Maybe you can make up for your mistakes."
    Craig Boone: "A murderer who does good deeds is still a murderer. And he'll still get his judgment. I left the NCR when my tour was up. Had enough of war. Decided I was gonna start over. None of it made a difference in the end."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  10. The Courier: "Tell me about your wife."
    Craig Boone: "I met Carla while I was at the Strip on leave. She said I looked lost. She talked a lot. Suited me fine - I never know what to say. And listening to her, it could... make you forget. She stuck out, pretty much everywhere we went. Like she was from a different time. A better time. I never met anyone like her."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  11. The Courier: "Did you ever tell your wife about what happened at Bitter Springs?"
    Craig Boone: "No. I wanted to. I just couldn't."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  12. The Courier: "What do you want me to do?"
    Craig Boone: "I want you to find something out for me. I don't know if there's anything to find, but I need someone to try. My wife was taken from our home by Legion slavers one night while I was on watch. They knew when to come and what route to take, and they only took Carla. Someone set it up. I don't know who."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  13. The Courier: "Not anymore?"
    Craig Boone: "When Carla went missing he was the first person I told. He tried to hide it, but I could tell right away. He was glad."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  14. The Courier: "You're hiding something. Spit it out. You owe me."
    Craig Boone: "She... I tracked her down. Southeast, near the river. They were selling her. Saw it through my scope. Whole place swarming with Legion. Hundreds of them. Bidding for things no man has a right to. I just had my rifle with me. Just me, against all of them, so... I took the shot."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  15. The Courier: "Better for her to die than live a Legion slave."
    Craig Boone: "Yeah. What they do to women... that's worse than death. There was no choice in what I did. It was more like... being forced to watch something you can't stop. All this was only ever going to play out one way. It still is. I don't have any say. All I can do is wait for it to be done with me."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  16. The Courier: "You should've tried to rescue her. Even if it meant your death."
    Craig Boone: "There was never any saving her. They'd have taken her where I couldn't follow. What I did... that was the only rescue."
    The Courier: "You had no right to make that decision."
    Craig Boone: "There was no decision. I was meant to pull that trigger. It was a mistake to think I could escape it. You take out a debt, it's only a matter of time before someone comes collecting. Things just finally caught up with me."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  17. The Courier: "You make it sound like your wife's death was inevitable."
    The Courier: "It was gonna be something. If I'd never met Carla, it would've been something else. I should've never gotten close to her. I've got bad things coming to me. You'd better keep your distance, too."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
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