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This is a transcript for dialogue with Old Longfellow.

BoS203Edit

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1-00185474{Concerned} Good luck, General. I hope you find your son.

COMPrestonEdit

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2COMPrestonFollowStartScene001E05DBPreston: Take care, Codsworth.I'll head for home, then. Good luck.A1a

DLC03_ADV017Edit

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3DLC03_ADV017_IntroPlayerKilledDogs0102F050Erikson: Did you do this? Did you kill my dogs?{Trying to diffuse the situation} Take it easy now, Erikson...Player Default: Sorry, I thought this was just another trapper camp and that they would attack me if given the chance.A1a
4DLC03_ADV017_LongfellowIntro0102F054Erikson: Wait a minute, I know that voice...Erikson? That you out there?Erikson: Longfellow? You're still alive eh? Tell your friend to come on out here.A1a
50102F051Erikson: Mind telling your friend to ease off the weapon?{sotto voce} I've had dealings with him before. Not a bad sort.A1a
6DLC03_ADV017_LongfellowIntro20102F02EErikson: Longfellow. Good to see you're still kicking.Yeah, you too.Erikson: You vouching for him?A1a
70102F02CErikson: You vouching for him?No. Not from what I've seen.A1a
8Erikson: You vouching for him?I'm not sure about this one yet.A2a
9Erikson: You vouching for him?Yeah, he's alright.A4a
10Erikson: You vouching for him?Yeah, she's alright.A5a
11Erikson: You vouching for him?Absolutely. No one I'd trust more.A6a

DLC03_AO_Comment_DialogueEdit

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12-01048096{Commenting on a ruined restaurant / Neutral} They say rich folks ate their fancy dinners here, with people waitin' on 'em hand an' foot.
1301048095{Not impressed by books / Neutral} Lots of books. Good for burnin' when you need to keep warm.
1401048094{Sad that someone pushed a wine truck into the sea} A lot of good drink ended up in the drink. Damn shame, that.
1501048093{Sardonic humor, seeing as you love alcohol} Shootin' up a truck full of good wine... I hope someone hanged for this.
1601048092{Impressed and curious as the player finds a door to a hidden room} Well now... An' here I thought I knew all the island's secrets.
170104808D{Perplexed by a fake beach built in a cave on an island} Not sure what the point of buildin' this was. Got beaches all over the island.
180104808C{Observing a robobrain with a head case that's been smashed in (crime scene)} Guess someone else felt the same way about brains in machines as I do. That is to say, I ain't fond of the idea.
190104808B{Impressed by a fancy dining room. The "low whistle" is a whistle of being impressed.} *Low whistle* Well now, how'd you like to eat your kibble in here?
2001048089{Observing a location with Feral Ghouls} This place is a nest of shamblers. Seem to like that big screen. God knows why.
2101048088{A rare moment of genuine pathos as you remember a beloved pet with a mix of fondness and sadness} Buried my first dog here. Good old Jax. Best friend a young boy ever had.
2201048087{Looking at a movie poster for "Last Stand at Fort McGee", a pre-war western film.} Looks excitin'. Wish I could have seen it.
2301048085{Amused, making fun of yourself} Leather's good for makin' all kinds of stuff. Just not undergarments. Tried that once, bad idea.
2401048083This'll be Ken's residence. Lived here all his life, even after the Fog swallowed up the park.
2501048082{Observing a disgusting gory mess} Sight like that'll make most men sick to the stomach.
2601048081{Sarcasm, observing a disgusting swimming pool filled with slime and viscera} Up for a swim? Haha.
270104807F{Observing a huge decorative bottle of wine on the roof of a building} Seen that big bottle in my dreams more times than I can count. Good dreams, those.
280104807C{Observing a vat where wine is made, and you like alcohol} Ahh... this is where the magic is made. At least it was, before those brutes fouled it up.
290104807B{In a room that smells like lobster} *Sniff* Smell that? Lobster. Caught my share of 'em, but I was always more keen on huntin' than fishin'.
3001048079{Observing bodies of humans and ghouls who were engaged in a fight. Everyone is dead.} Well, there's a right mess. Don't think either side won this one.
3101048078{Looking at a hole/tunnel entrance in the round that represents the only path forward. Maybe a little ominous. is it dangerous?} Only one way forward from here.
3201048077{Wary, cautious, approaching a dangerous place} Careful now. Super Mutants have settled in.
3301048076{Nervous, sensing a threat} Hairs on my neck are standin' up. Somethin' ain't right here.
3401048075{Warning the player as you both approach a big quarry} Mind yourself 'round this big hole. Step on the wrong loose rock, and in you go.
3501048074{Curious as you observe a button with a wire leading down into the quarry} Wonder what that wire connects to.
3601048073{Curious about a tunnel that leads to a cave at the bottom of a quarry} Looks like whoever was diggin' here must have found somethin'.
3701048072{Sarcasm. Approaching the Harbor Grand Hotel, a former luxury resort now taken over by Super Mutants.} The Harbor Grand. Finest accomodations a bunch of Super Mutants ever had.
3801048071{Disgust, anger} Those bastard brutes must have had their victims walkin' the plank.
3901048070{Disgusted as you look at a swimming pool filled with slime, viscera, mud, etc. } Now that's a disgustin' bit of muck.
400104806F{Observing two dead bodies, they obviously killed each other} Wonder what these two were arguin' over. I'd put my caps on either money or a woman.
410104806D{Walking through a tunnel, getting a little claustrophobic} Feelin' a little closed in, here. Don't like it one bit.
420104806A{The second sentence is ironic humor} To hear my grandpa tell it, loggers would come here to show off their strength by hurlin' tree trunks around. Doesn't sound dangerous at all.
4301048069{Observing concession stands at an abandoned fair ground} Ain't much left in these stalls that's worth anything.
4401048068{Observing a complex of salvaged cargo containers and shacks that make up a settlement} Pretty clever, how this place was built.
4501048067{Wary, a warning, on the edge of enemy territory} Trapper territory is no place for a picnic lunch.
4601048066You live by the water, then the Mirelurks find you sooner or later.
4701048065{Observing a home made from a wrecked airplane} Always thought this was an interestin' place to make a home. Least there's good steel walls.
4801048064{Friendly toward some dogs} These pups seem friendly enough.
4901048061{Examining a strange weapon that launches bowling balls} What the hell kind of contraption is that?
5001048060{Half-joking as you peer into a tunnel filled with moving laser tripwires and automated machine gun turrets} Sure, we could try to steer a way through that flashin' maze of death. Or, we could head back to Far Harbor and have a drink.
510104805F{Baffled by complex technology} Won't pretend to have any idea what I'm lookin' at in there.
520104805E{Watching as a cyber helmet lowers down from the ceiling... more confusion and apprehension of technology.} I think it wants you to stick your noggin' in there. If I were you, I'd decline the invitation.

DLC03_COMOldLongfellowEdit

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53DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _00_FirstTimePickup01012F2E{Impressed / Impressed} I heard you made it to Acadia by yourself. That takes some stones.Player Default: I appreciate the compliment.A
540104805DPlayer Default: I appreciate the compliment.{Stern} Believe me, I don't give 'em unless they're earned.OldLongfellow: You've got more spine than most of the folks livin' here. Maybe we can help each other out.A1a
550104805CPlayer Default: The trip wasn't that bad.{Measured, trying to see if the player is BSing you / Neutral} Is that so?OldLongfellow: You've got more spine than most of the folks livin' here. Maybe we can help each other out.B1a
560104805BPlayer Default: Yeah, well, I am pretty awesome.{Open with a laugh. Amused. / Amused} Hah! I like it.OldLongfellow: You've got more spine than most of the folks livin' here. Maybe we can help each other out.X1a
570104805APlayer Default: Who are you?{Grousing, but friendly / Neutral} Name's Longfellow. Everyone calls me Old Longfellow, like I need remindin'.Y1a
58{Curious, impressed / Neutral} I've a mind to ask you the same question. We don't get many mainlanders nowadays, let alone those with the guts to walk in the Fog.Y1b
59{Neutral} I'm a hunter by trade, an' sometimes a guide for those lookin' to head from Far Harbor up to Acadia.Player Default: I appreciate the compliment.Y1c
60Player Default: Who are you?{Impressed by the player's courage / Neutral} You're damn right it is. There's all manner of nastiness in the Fog. Most folks are content to cower behind the Hull in Far Harbor. But not you.Player Default: I appreciate the compliment.Y2a
6101048055Player Default: Believe me, I don't give 'em unless they're earned.{Making a proposition} You've got more spine than most of the folks livin' here. Maybe we can help each other out.A1a
62{Grousing a bit, but friendly / Irritated} I'm tired of waitin' around for somethin' interestin' to happen. Ain't getting' any younger, that's for damn sure.A1b
63{Selling yourself} Thing is, I was born an' raised here. I know this island front to back. I know what's in the Fog and how to deal with it.A1c
64{Friendly / Friendly} Let me run with you. I could help you find your way around. Teach you what I know. Best of all, you won't have to drink alone.Player Default: Sounds like a good offer. I accept.A1d
6501048054Player Default: Sounds like a good offer. I accept.{Agreeable, friendly / Friendly} Alright then.A1a
6601048053Player Default: No thanks.{A little disappointed / Neutral} Well, you change your mind, I'll be ready.B1a
6701048052Player Default: I'm good for now, but I might take you up on that later.{Neutral} Right then. I'll be here if you need me.X1a
6801048051Player Default: Are you sure? I don't exactly live the safest of lives.{Agreeable / Sarcastic} Thank God for that. I was afraid I'd die of boredom.Player Default: Sounds like a good offer. I accept.Y1a
69DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _01_NeutralToAdmiration01012F2E{Positive, upbeat, seeking to talk to the player, who you are growing to like} Can I have a word?Player Default: Okay, we can talk.A
70{Upbeat, still waiting to talk to the player, but it's a positive conversation} Was hoping to talk for a minute.Player Default: Okay, we can talk.A
7101012F2CPlayer Default: Not right now.{A little deflated but otherwise fine} Fine, wasn't anything urgent.OldLongfellow: Look, I know I ain't the easiest man in Far Harbor to get along with. Social graces... well, that's never been my strong suit.B1a
7201012F2BPlayer Default: If it's that important, I guess we can talk.{Ready to dive in and talk about an emotional issue, your growing friendship with the player. Does not come easily to you.} Right then.OldLongfellow: Look, I know I ain't the easiest man in Far Harbor to get along with. Social graces... well, that's never been my strong suit.X1a
7301012F25Player Default: Fine, wasn't anything urgent.{Fumbling with an emotional issue, admitting your admiration for the player. Does not come easy.} Look, I know I ain't the easiest man in Far Harbor to get along with. Social graces... well, that's never been my strong suit.A1a
74{Disdain for the people of Far Harbor, who seem helpless to you} Thing is, most folk in Far Harbor ain't worth a damn anyway. All of 'em cowerin' behind their wall, too scared to fight for their home.A1b
75{Fumbling with an emotional issue, admitting your admiration for the player. Does not come easy.} Can't like someone I can't even respect, and, uh... well, that brings me to you.Player Default: If you're trying to say that you respect me, then I'm glad you feel that way.A1c
7601012F23Player Default: Quit beating around the bush, Longfellow. If you have something to tell me, then say it.{Snapping, a moment of annoyance, "hold your horses!"} I'm getting' to it!OldLongfellow: I ain't goin' soft on you now, don't be thinkin' that. All I'm sayin' is, it's good to meet someone who can take care of themselves for a change.B1a
7701012F22Player Default: You lack social graces? What makes you think that?{Dismissive, the player is giving you a hard time, being sarcastic. You're moving past it.} Yeah, yeah.OldLongfellow: I ain't goin' soft on you now, don't be thinkin' that. All I'm sayin' is, it's good to meet someone who can take care of themselves for a change.X1a
7801012F1CPlayer Default: I'm getting' to it!{Fumbling with an emotional issue, admitting your admiration for the player. Does not come easy.} I ain't goin' soft on you now, don't be thinkin' that. All I'm sayin' is, it's good to meet someone who can take care of themselves for a change.A1a
79Hell I ain't been close to a lot of folks in my life, an' there's even fewer I'd call a friend, but who knows?A1b
80We stick together long enough, cap'n, then it might just be that you're my next one.Player Default: That sounds good to me!A1c
8101012F1APlayer Default: Don't get ahead of yourself, Longfellow. I'm a little more picky than you about who I call a friend.{Confident} Then I guess it's up to me to prove I'm worth it. I think I can handle that.OldLongfellow: Alright, enough of this blubberin'. You lead an' I'll follow. Seems to be workin' out so far.B1a
8201012F19Player Default: Does this mean I have to give you a hug or something?{Said with a chuckle, laughing off a silly idea} Hell no.OldLongfellow: Alright, enough of this blubberin'. You lead an' I'll follow. Seems to be workin' out so far.X1a
8301012F18Player Default: You sure about that? My friends tend to get into a lot of dangerous situations.{Confident, brash, you can handle anything} That's every day of my life.OldLongfellow: Alright, enough of this blubberin'. You lead an' I'll follow. Seems to be workin' out so far.Y1a
8401012F13Player Default: Then I guess it's up to me to prove I'm worth it. I think I can handle that.{Tough guy, but please. You had a good talk with the player, so there's a smile on your face.} Alright, enough of this blubberin'. You lead an' I'll follow. Seems to be workin' out so far.A1a
85DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _02_AdmirationToInfatuation01012F2E{Positive, upbeat, about to praise the player\} Say, cap'n, can we talk for a minute?Player Default: Alright, let's talk.A
86{Positive, upbeat, about to praise the player.} I'd still like to talk, cap'n. It's important, at least to me.Player Default: Alright, let's talk.A
8701012F12Player Default: Alright, let's talk.I appreciate it, cap'n.OldLongfellow: At my age, any chance to make a new friend is... well, it ain't somethin' I'd expect to happen much, but I'm glad it did.A1a
8801012F11Player Default: Another time, Longfellow.{Trying not to be an inconvenience} Sure, cap'n. Whatever you say.OldLongfellow: At my age, any chance to make a new friend is... well, it ain't somethin' I'd expect to happen much, but I'm glad it did.B1a
8901012F10Player Default: I guess we can talk now.{Grateful} Thanks, cap'n.OldLongfellow: At my age, any chance to make a new friend is... well, it ain't somethin' I'd expect to happen much, but I'm glad it did.X1a
9001012F0APlayer Default: I appreciate it, cap'n.{Expressing admiration, but this isn't easy, you're not used to being emotional} At my age, any chance to make a new friend is... well, it ain't somethin' I'd expect to happen much, but I'm glad it did.A1a
91{Expressing admiration, but this isn't easy, you're not used to being emotional} There're more to it than that, though.OldLongfellow: Long time ago, when I was a young man, I had a sweetheart. Hannah was her name, and we planned to get married, raise a family an' all that.A1b
9201012F09OldLongfellow: There're more to it than that, though.{Wistful, the start of a memory} Long time ago, when I was a young man, I had a sweetheart. Hannah was her name, and we planned to get married, raise a family an' all that.A1a
93{A painful memory, rising anger} Well, we had a place out in the Fog we used to meet, so we could be alone. Damn Children of Atom jumped us. They took her an' left me for dead.A1b
94{Bitter, angry with yourself} Took two months to recover from my injuries. By then it was too late. They'd warped her mind, an' turned her to their ways.A1c
95{Sad and bitter} Was only later I learned she was carryin' our child. Of course, the baby didn't stand a chance with all that radiation. Atom's will, she called it.A1d
96{Sad and bitter} Anyway, she died a few years later. Trappers got her, or so them lunatics said. I guess that was Atom's will, too.Player Default: I didn't know. I'm so sorry, Longfellow.A1e
9701012F08Player Default: I didn't know. I'm so sorry, Longfellow.{Sad} Yeah, well, we all got our scars, right?OldLongfellow: Truth is, what happened to Hannah was her choice, an' so be it. But I never got to be a father, an' that's what I regret.A1a
9801012F07Player Default: So basically, you failed to protect the woman you love, as well as your baby.{Sad, bitter, punishing yourself} I don't let myself forget it, cap'n. Not for a single day.OldLongfellow: Truth is, what happened to Hannah was her choice, an' so be it. But I never got to be a father, an' that's what I regret.B1a
9901012F06Player Default: Can you wrap this up sometime soon?{A little annoyed} I'm gettin' to it.OldLongfellow: Truth is, what happened to Hannah was her choice, an' so be it. But I never got to be a father, an' that's what I regret.X1a
10001012F05Player Default: This is very personal information, Longfellow. Why tell me now?{Trying to get the player to understand something that's important to you} Cause I need you to know where I'm comin' from.OldLongfellow: Truth is, what happened to Hannah was her choice, an' so be it. But I never got to be a father, an' that's what I regret.Y1a
10101012F00Player Default: Yeah, well, we all got our scars, right?{Sad} Truth is, what happened to Hannah was her choice, an' so be it. But I never got to be a father, an' that's what I regret.A1a
102{Regret, you never had the chance to be a father} If I had a son or daughter, well, I'd have someone to pass on all my learnin' to.A1b
103{Rising hope and optimism} But you, you're the first person I've met that's worth teachin' what I've got to teach.A1c
104{Warm, grateful} I ain't good with tellin' people that I'm grateful, but you've given this old hunter a sense of purpose, an' a reason for livin'.A1d
105{Warm, grateful} That's somethin' I ain't had for a long time.Player Default: Thanks, Longfellow. It means a lot to me that you think so.A1e
10601012EFEPlayer Default: I didn't come to Far Harbor to restore your sense of purpose, Longfellow.I know that, cap'n, but all the same, I'm grateful to know you.OldLongfellow: Well, that was all I had to say. I appreciate you hearin' me out.B1a
10701012EFCPlayer Default: You really mean that?{Happy, made a new friend} Every word of it, cap'n.OldLongfellow: Well, that was all I had to say. I appreciate you hearin' me out.Y1a
10801012EF7Player Default: I know that, cap'n, but all the same, I'm grateful to know you.{Sincere gratitude} Well, that was all I had to say. I appreciate you hearin' me out.A1a
109DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _03_NeutralToDisdain01012F2E{Urgent and annoyed, about to complain} Hold up. Got somethin' I need to say, and it ain't gonna wait.Player Default: I'm listening.A
110{Annoyed, about to complain} Hey, stop a minute, will ya? I need to talk to you.Player Default: I'm listening.A
11101012EF6Player Default: I'm listening.{Annoyed sarcasm} Well that's a first.OldLongfellow: Let me make somethin' clear right now. We Far Harbor folk don't much care for outsiders.A1a
11201012EF5Player Default: Not right now, Longfellow.{Angry at being brushed off} Have it your way, but sooner or later, you're goin' to hear me out, or you're goin' to find someone else to watch your back.OldLongfellow: Let me make somethin' clear right now. We Far Harbor folk don't much care for outsiders.B1a
11301012EF4Player Default: Hm, let me guess, you're about to complain about something.{Annoyed} You're damn right I am.OldLongfellow: Let me make somethin' clear right now. We Far Harbor folk don't much care for outsiders.X1a
11401012EEEPlayer Default: Well that's a first.{Annoyed at the player, feeling taken for granted} Let me make somethin' clear right now. We Far Harbor folk don't much care for outsiders.A1a
115{Annoyed at the player, feeling taken for granted} Most who come to the island are just lookin' out for themselves, an' they don't give a damn about what's good for us.A1b
116{Annoyed at the player, feeling taken for granted} I agreed to this little partnership 'cause I thought you might be different. Well, I'm wonderin' if I was wrong.A1c
117{Annoyed at the player, feeling taken for granted} Feels like lately you've been takin' me for granted, thinkin' I'll stick around no matter what you do.A1d
118{Annoyed at the player, feeling taken for granted} Let this be a warnin' to you. If you keep on actin' the way you've been, I'll head straight back to Far Harbor.Player Default: Whatever I did to upset you, Longfellow, I'm sorry.A1e
11901012EEDPlayer Default: Whatever I did to upset you, Longfellow, I'm sorry.{Wary, not entirely believing the player, but willing to give him a chance} You'd better not just be sayin' that to shut me up.OldLongfellow: Now I've said my piece. I hope at least some of it got through.A1a
12001012EECPlayer Default: You do whatever you think you have to, Longfellow.{Angry, threatening to walk away} Keep on like that, an' I will.OldLongfellow: Now I've said my piece. I hope at least some of it got through.B1a
12101012EEBPlayer Default: Duly noted, Longfellow.{Annoyed} It better be.OldLongfellow: Now I've said my piece. I hope at least some of it got through.X1a
12201012EEAPlayer Default: What, you think I need your help? I can make it on my own just fine, pal.{Annoyed} You want to go it alone, you just say the word. The way things are goin' right now, I might just be happier back home.OldLongfellow: Now I've said my piece. I hope at least some of it got through.Y1a
12301012EE5Player Default: You'd better not just be sayin' that to shut me up.{Annoyed for now, but hoping things will improve} Now I've said my piece. I hope at least some of it got through.A1a
124DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _04_DisdainToHatred01012F2E{Very angry at the player, fed up.} Alright, that's it. I'm done.Player Default: Whoa, hold on. Let's talk about this.A
12501012EE4Player Default: Whoa, hold on. Let's talk about this.{Fed up, angry, you're done with this guy} Forget it.OldLongfellow: I made my feelin's clear on the matter of you killin' innocent people. I wont' stand for it any longer.A1a
12601012EE3Player Default: You know, I've had about enough of your bullshit, Longfellow.{Angry, expressing frustration} Well, then you know just how I feel.OldLongfellow: I made my feelin's clear on the matter of you killin' innocent people. I wont' stand for it any longer.B1a
12701012EE2Player Default: Whoa, hold on, just calm down.{Angry, defiant} Hell no. I'm goin' to say what I've got to say.OldLongfellow: I made my feelin's clear on the matter of you killin' innocent people. I wont' stand for it any longer.X1a
12801012EE1Player Default: What is it this time?{Smoldering anger} You know exactly what it is.OldLongfellow: I made my feelin's clear on the matter of you killin' innocent people. I wont' stand for it any longer.Y1a
12901012EDCPlayer Default: Forget it.{Angry} I told you I wasn't goin' to stick around if you didn't change your ways. Well, you ain't changed yet, an' I don't think you ever will.A1a
130{Angry, accusing} Truth is, you're an ignorant fool who doesn't give a damn about anyone but yourself.Player Default: You're right, Longfellow, I didn't listen to you when I should have. From now on, things wil be different, I promise.A1b
13101012EDBPlayer Default: Forget it.{Angry, taking a stand} I made my feelin's clear on the matter of you killin' innocent people. I wont' stand for it any longer.A1a
132{Angry, taking a stand} It's one thing to kill trappers an' raiders and the like, but what you're doin' is murder, plain an' simple.A1b
133{Angry, taking a stand} If you think I'm just goin' to stand by and watch while you butcher people who've done you no wrong, you're dead wrong.OldLongfellow: Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.A1c
13401012EDAPlayer Default: You're right, Longfellow, I didn't listen to you when I should have. From now on, things wil be different, I promise.{Annoyed, but willing to give the player another chance} *Sigh* I should know better, but maybe I'm just getting' soft in my old age.A1a
135{Annoyed, but willing to give the player another chance} Alright, I'll give you one more chance. One! You'd better make sure you don't waste it, cause there won't be another one.OldLongfellow: Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.A1b
136Player Default: You're right, Longfellow, I didn't listen to you when I should have. From now on, things wil be different, I promise.{Angry, bitter, resigned} You're still not listenin' to me, are you? You're never goin' to change, and I'm a fool for thinkin' you would.OldLongfellow: Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.A2a
13701012ED9Player Default: You want to walk away, fine. We'll see how long you last on your own.{Confident, sarcastic} Oh I'll be just fine on my own. Been doin' it all my life, and what's more, I been doin' it without pissin' off everyone else.B1a
138{Cold, a parting shot} Guess that's a lesson you still ain't learned.OldLongfellow: Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.B1b
13901012ED8Player Default: Maybe we're better off going our separate ways.{Fed up, walking away, done} If that's how you feel, there ain't anythin' more to say.OldLongfellow: Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.X1a
14001012ED7Player Default: You really think you're better off alone?{Fed up, had enough, walking away} Right now, just about anythin's preferable to puttin' up with you for another minute.OldLongfellow: Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.Y1a
14101012ED2Player Default: Alright, I'll give you one more chance. One! You'd better make sure you don't waste it, cause there won't be another one.{A bitter farewell.} Have a nice life, then. I'm sure we're both better off now that I ain't a part of it.A1a
142DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _05_RepeatInfatuationToAdmiratio01012F2E{Looking to talk about a sensitive issue} Can you spare a minute, cap'n?Player Default: Sure, Longfellow. What did you want to talk about?A
143{Looking to talk about a sensitive issue} I'd still like a word, when you have a moment.Player Default: Sure, Longfellow. What did you want to talk about?A
14401012ED0Player Default: Another time.{Friendly, basically saying "Sure, okay, we can talk later."} Righto. Another time, then.OldLongfellow: You've been different lately, an' I'm just wonderin' what's goin' on with you.B1a
14501012EC9Player Default: Righto. Another time, then.{Concern for a friend} You've been different lately, an' I'm just wonderin' what's goin' on with you.A1a
146{Concern for a friend} What I mean is, we've had a good run, you an' I, an' I thought I knew what kind of person you were.A1b
147{Concern for a friend} You've done some things lately, though, that make me wonder if I might have been wrong.A1c
148{Concern for a friend, hoping your friendship isn't in jeopardy} Guess I just want to make sure you ain't had a change of heart about our friendship.Player Default: Nothing's changed, Longfellow. You're still a good friend, and I'm sorry if I've done anything to make you think otherwise.A1d
14901012EC8Player Default: Nothing's changed, Longfellow. You're still a good friend, and I'm sorry if I've done anything to make you think otherwise.No need for an apology, cap'n.OldLongfellow: Thanks for lettin' me speak my mind, in any case. That's all I had to say.A1a
15001012EC7Player Default: It's nothing. Just quit worrying about it.{Friendly, but uncertain. The player might not be all that he seems} I ain't so sure, but I'm willin' to let it go for now.OldLongfellow: Thanks for lettin' me speak my mind, in any case. That's all I had to say.B1a
15101012EC6Player Default: It's all in your head, Longfellow. You should stop worrying yourself over it.{Sheepish, feeling a bit of a fool} Well, maybe you're right.OldLongfellow: Thanks for lettin' me speak my mind, in any case. That's all I had to say.X1a
15201012EC5Player Default: You sure you're not just being a little paranoid, Longfellow?{Open with a chuckle, you think the player is joking with you and pulling your leg a bit} At my age, anythin's possible, cap'n.OldLongfellow: Thanks for lettin' me speak my mind, in any case. That's all I had to say.Y1a
15301012EC0Player Default: No need for an apology, cap'n.{Friendly} Thanks for lettin' me speak my mind, in any case. That's all I had to say.A1a
15401012EBFPlayer Default: I'm listening.OldLongfellow: I don't get you, cap'n. At first, I thought you were different from them self-centered types we usually get from the Commonwealth.A1a
15501012EBEPlayer Default: It'll have to wait.OldLongfellow: I don't get you, cap'n. At first, I thought you were different from them self-centered types we usually get from the Commonwealth.B1a
15601012EBDPlayer Default: If it's a short conversation, sure.OldLongfellow: I don't get you, cap'n. At first, I thought you were different from them self-centered types we usually get from the Commonwealth.X1a
15701012EBCPlayer Default: What do you need, Longfellow?OldLongfellow: I don't get you, cap'n. At first, I thought you were different from them self-centered types we usually get from the Commonwealth.Y1a
158DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _06_RepeatAdmirationToNeutral01012F2E{About to give bad news to a friend} Look... we need to talk.Player Default: I'm listening.A
159{About to give bad news to a friend} I'm still waitin' to have that talk.Player Default: I'm listening.A
16001012EB7Player Default:{Puzzle and disappointed} I don't get you, cap'n. At first, I thought you were different from them self-centered types we usually get from the Commonwealth.A1a
161{Puzzled and disappointed} I thought we had a lot in common, you an' me. Lately you been... I don't know, actin' different.A1b
162{Trying to explain why the player is upsetting you} Now I'm no saint, but I ain't selfish either. I try to look out for others when I can, an' I respect that we all got it hard out here.A1c
163I thought you were ths same, but now I don't know what to think. Maybe you've changed, or I just read you wrong.A1d
164{Trying to explain why you've been disappointed in the player lately.} We were getting' along pretty good before, an' I guess what I'm sayin' is, I was hopin' we could get back to that.Player Default: I understand, and I'll try to be more considerate of your feelings.A1e
16501012EB6Player Default: I understand, and I'll try to be more considerate of your feelings.{Reassured} That's all I need to hear, cap'n. Thank you.OldLongfellow: That's all I had to say, so how about we get back to what we were doin'?A1a
16601012EB5Player Default: If you were really a friend, you'd accept me for who I am, instead of questioning everything I do.{Defensive and growing annoyed} Real friends are supposed to be honest with each other, an' that's all I'm tryin' to be here.OldLongfellow: That's all I had to say, so how about we get back to what we were doin'?B1a
16701012EB4Player Default: Look, I'm not perfect, Longfellow. Being my friend means taking the bad with the good.I ain't askin' you to be perfect, cap'n. I'm just askin' you to be better than you've been lately.OldLongfellow: That's all I had to say, so how about we get back to what we were doin'?X1a
16801012EB3Player Default: Well, what do you want me to do, Longfellow? Hm?You could start by actin' like you give a damn about my thoughts an' feelin's.OldLongfellow: That's all I had to say, so how about we get back to what we were doin'?Y1a
16901012EAEPlayer Default: That's all I need to hear, cap'n. Thank you.{Exasperated. You tried to express your frustrations but it didn't go well.} That's all I had to say, so how about we get back to what we were doin'?A1a
170DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _07_RepeatNeutralToDisdain01012F2E{Highly annoyed} Hold on. I need a word with you, right now.Player Default: Okay, let's talk.A
171{Highly annoyed, growing anger} Look, you ain't brushin' me off. We're goin' to talk, or I'm done.Player Default: Okay, let's talk.A
172010153D6Player Default: Save it for later, Longfellow.{Angry at being brushed off} We'll you'd better make it soon, or there won't be a talk at all.OldLongfellow: Guess I didn't get through the first time we had this conversation, cause here we are, at it again.B1a
173010153D5Player Default: I'm going to guess that you're mad at me about something.{Annoyed sarcasm} Figured that out, did ya?OldLongfellow: Guess I didn't get through the first time we had this conversation, cause here we are, at it again.X1a
174010153CFPlayer Default: We'll you'd better make it soon, or there won't be a talk at all.{Angry, exasperated} Guess I didn't get through the first time we had this conversation, cause here we are, at it again.A1a
175{Exasperated, annoyed} I told you that I was willin' to stick with you because I thought you might be different from the usual Commonwealth rabble.A1b
176{Exasperated, annoyed} I've tried to make it clear when you do somethin' I don't approve of, but you've just ignored me, again an' again.A1c
177{Annoyed, exasperated} Truth is, I don't think you ever gave a damn what I think. Hell, maybe you never will. Maybe I'm just wastin' my time here.Player Default: That's not true, Longfellow. Even when I don't share your opinion, I still value it.A1d
178010153CCPlayer Default: Maybe you're right, Longfellow. Maybe this is a waste of time for both of us.Player Default: That's not true, Longfellow. Even when I don't share your opinion, I still value it.x1a
179010153CEPlayer Default: That's not true, Longfellow. Even when I don't share your opinion, I still value it.{Frustrated} Well you sure as hell don't act like it.A1a
180010153CDPlayer Default: If you want to quit every time things get tough, that's not my problem, it's yours.{Defiant anger} Is that what you think? That I'm a quitter? Well let me tell you somethin' - a Far Harbor man doesn't quit, not ever.B1a
181010153CBPlayer Default: Well, what do you think? You really think you're wasting your time with me?{Angry complaining} I ain't made up my mind about that yet, but it ain't lookin' good.Y1a
182DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _08_RepeatDisdainToHatred01012F2E{Angry, about to storm off} That's the last straw. You lied to my face an' I fell for it then, but now I see who you really are.Player Default: Wait. Let's just talk about things first.A
183010153C6Player Default: Wait. Let's just talk about things first.{Resigned to your path, no more talking} Not this time. I'm done talkin'.OldLongfellow: This ain't workin' out, an' we both know it. I gave you every chance I could, but nothin's changed.A1a
184010153C5Player Default: I've just about had it with your bitching and moaning, Longfellow.{Disappointed, resigned, walking away} Don't worry, you won't have to put up with me any more.OldLongfellow: This ain't workin' out, an' we both know it. I gave you every chance I could, but nothin's changed.B1a
185010153C4Player Default: You're upset, I get it, but let's not do anything hasty here, okay?{Disappointed, resigned, saying goodbye} Oh, it ain't hasty. It's been a long time comin', an' I've made no secret about bein' unhappy.OldLongfellow: This ain't workin' out, an' we both know it. I gave you every chance I could, but nothin's changed.X1a
186010153C3Player Default: What's that supposed to mean?{Emphasize "ME"} You really don't know? Even now? Jesus H. Christ, to think they call me thick-headed an' stubborn.OldLongfellow: This ain't workin' out, an' we both know it. I gave you every chance I could, but nothin's changed.Y1a
187010153BEPlayer Default: Not this time. I'm done talkin'.{Firm, disappointed, walking away} This ain't workin' out, an' we both know it. I gave you every chance I could, but nothin's changed.A1a
188{Firm, angry} No sense belaborin' the point, so I'll be sayin' goodbye.A1b
189{Cold, angry, sense of finality} Oh, an' one other thing... don't ever talk to me again.A1c
190DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _09_RepeatAdmirationToInfatuation01012F2E{Struggling to say sorry, which is difficult for you} Listen, cap'n. It ain't for me to say this, but uh... well, I owe you an apology.Player Default: Alright, let's talk. What did you want to apologize about?A
191{Trying to make amends, but proud, so it's difficult} Cap'n, I'd still like to give you a proper apology.Player Default: Alright, let's talk. What did you want to apologize about?A
192010153BCPlayer Default: Not right now.{Friendly} Sure thing, cap'n. We can talk later.OldLongfellow: Look, cap'n... it takes a lot for a Far Harbor man to admit when he's been wrong, so it ain't easy for me to say what I got to say.B1a
193010153B5Player Default: Sure thing, cap'n. We can talk later.{Struggling, stammering... proud, tough man trying to be humble} Look, cap'n... it takes a lot for a Far Harbor man to admit when he's been wrong, so it ain't easy for me to say what I got to say.A1a
194{Struggling, stammering... proud, tough man trying to be humble} What I mean is, I said some things about you that I regret.A1b
195{Struggling, stammering... proud, tough man trying to be humble} I said you were only thinkin' about yourself, an' you weren't respectin' me. Well, now I know that ain't true.A1c
196{Struggling, stammering... proud, tough man trying to be humble} So, uh... hopefully we can just put all that behind us an' get on with things.Player Default: Hey, it's alright. No need for an apology.A1d
197010153B4Player Default: Hey, it's alright. No need for an apology.{A little defensive and grumpy, but still a friend} Well in that case, forget I said it. Let's just get back to what we were doin'.OldLongfellow: Yeah, well, now that we've poured our hearts out to each other, let's quit actin' like fools an' get back to work.A1a
198010153B1Player Default: You really mean that, Longfellow?{A little defensive and grumpy, but still a friend} Well I said it, didn't I? Do I strike you as the type who says somethin' he don't mean?Y1a
199{Ready to move on from the emotional conversation} Now I've said my piece, so let's just get back to what we were doin'.OldLongfellow: Yeah, well, now that we've poured our hearts out to each other, let's quit actin' like fools an' get back to work.Y1b
200010153ACPlayer Default: Well in that case, forget I said it. Let's just get back to what we were doin'.{Sincere emotional conversation over, time to be a tough guy curmudgeon again} Yeah, well, now that we've poured our hearts out to each other, let's quit actin' like fools an' get back to work.A1a
201DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _10_PickupScene01012F2E{Eager, ready for more adventures} We headin' out?Player Default: That's right. Let's get going.A
2020101539APlayer Default: That's right. Let's get going.{Eager, ready for adventure} After you, then.Companion: You sure you two are gonna be all right out there?A1a
20301015399Player Default: Not yet. Just stay put for now.{Agreement, following order} Right.Companion: You sure you two are gonna be all right out there?B1a
20401015398Player Default: I just need to trade some things with you.{Friendly, ready to help} Sure thing.Companion: You sure you two are gonna be all right out there?X1a
20501015397{Making a joke} Well, I've got my gun, my drink an' my wits. That's all I've ever needed.Y1a
206{Eager, ready for adventure} Time to get movin', then?Player Default: That's right. Let's get going.Y1b
20701015391Player Default: After you, then.{Feeling nagged} Quit your worryin', metal man. We'll be fine.A1a
208DLC03_COMOldLongfellow _11_MurderScene01012F2E{Angry, about to yell at the player for killing an innocent person} You an' I need to talk, an' I mean right this minute.Player Default: You've got my attention.A
209{Agitated, angry, feeling ignored} You can't ignore me forever. I got somethin' I need to say to you.Player Default: You've got my attention.A
210010153AAPlayer Default: It'll have to wait, Longfellow.{Emphasis on ARE. Annoyed, feeling brushed off} Fine, but we are goin' to have this conversation.OldLongfellow: I'm a hunter by trade, so I'm no stranger to takin' life. But I only kill what I need to eat, an' in self-defense.B1a
211010153A3Player Default: Fine, but we are goin' to have this conversation.{Firm, laying down the law, taking a stand} I'm a hunter by trade, so I'm no stranger to takin' life. But I only kill what I need to eat, an' in self-defense.A1a
212{Firm, taking a stand} One thing I'll never do is take the life of an innocent, no matter how much I might think they deserve it.A1b
213{Firm, taking a stand} That's the code I live by, an' that's why I can't sit by an' watch you murderin' people without sayin' somethin'.A1c
214{Firm, taking a stand} Now I'm as thick-skinned a son-of-a-bitch as Far Harbor's ever known, so I can take all the shit you want to throw at me.A1d
215{Firm, taking a stand} But murder? That's somethin' I won't stand for.Player Default: I understand. It won't happen again.A1e
216010153A2Player Default: I understand. It won't happen again.{Pleased} That's good enough for me. Thanks for respectin' my feelin's on the matter.A1a
217010153A1Player Default: I'll do what I have to do, Longfellow. How you feel about it is your problem.{Cold, hostile} That's how you want to play it? Fine. You've been warned. Now let's see what you do about it.B1a
218010153A0Player Default: Duly noted, Longfellow. I'll keep that in mind.{Dissatisfied, not what you wanted to hear} I was hopin' for a little more than that, but have it your way. I'll judge you by your actions, an' not your words.X1a
2190101539FPlayer Default: Wait, you have a code?{Serious, not amused} It ain't much of one, but yeah, I do. You can make light of it all you want, just don't say I didn't warn you.Y1a
220-0100BD9D{Asking "are you really sure"? You have misgivings, chems are addictive and you stay away from them.} Sure you need that, cap'n?
221{Disapproving} Chems'll bring you nothin' but trouble.
222{Disapproving} Don't care for chems. Need to stay sharp.
223{Disapproving} You can keep those chems far away from me.
2240100BD9C{Crying out in pain, just got wounded in the arm.} My arm! Argh!
225{Crying out in pain, arm just got wounded} Damn! Got me in the arm!
226{Crying out in pain, arm just got wounded} Arm's been hit!
2270100BD9B{Crying out in pain, you've just been wounded in the head} My head! Everythin's spinnin'.
228{Crying out in pain, you've just been wounded in the head} Argh! Got my head!
229{Crying out in pain, you've just been wounded in the head} Shit! Can't see!
2300100BD9A{A cry of pain, you've been wounded in the leg} Right in the damn leg!
231{A cry of pain, you've been wounded in the leg} Blast it! My leg!
232{A cry of pain, you've been wounded in the leg} My leg's hurt bad!
2330100BD99{Annoyed at the player, who is firing a weapon for no reason} Mind where you point that thing!
234{Annoyed at the player, who is firing a weapon for no reason} Are you tryin' to get yourself shot?
235{Annoyed at the player, who is firing a weapon for no reason} The hell are you thinkin', firin' that off here?
2360100BD98{Calling attention to the fact the player's dog is wounded. Not particularly troubled about it.} Might want to see to your dog.
237{Calling attention to the fact the player's dog is wounded. Not particularly troubled about it.} You pup's taken a lickin'.
238{Calling attention to the fact the player's dog is wounded. Not particularly troubled about it.} Looks like your dog's down for the count.
2390100BD97{Enthusiastic, the player is drinking alcohol, which you like} Take a swig for me, while you're at it.
240{Enthusiastic, the player is drinking alcohol, which you like} Could do with a drink myself.
241{Enthusiastic, the player is drinking alcohol, which you like} That'll keep you warm on a cold night.
242{Enthusiastic, the player is drinking alcohol, which you like. End with a laugh.} How's about a toast with that drink? Here's to wives an' sweethearts, may they never meet!
243{Enthusiastic, the player is drinking alcohol, which you like. End with a laugh.} A proper drink calls for a proper toast. May the warm wind at your back not be your own!
244{Enthusiastic, the player is drinking alcohol, which you like. End with a laugh.} Here's to full glasses an' fulsome lasses! Bottoms up!
2450100BD96{Perplexed, why is the player throwing away something valuable?} Sure you want to just toss that?
246{Annoyed, perplexed, why is the player throwing away something valuable?} Well that's a damn waste.
247{Annoyed, perplexed, why is the player throwing away something valuable?} That was worth somethin'. You're just goin' to leave it?
2480100BD95{The player just donned power armor, and is now a walking tank. It's not really your style, but it's useful.} Think I'll just stay behind you while you've got that thing on.
249{The player just donned power armor, and is now a walking tank. You're a little leery of the technology} Better hope you don't get stuck in that thing.
250{The player just donned power armor, and is now a walking tank. You're a little leery of the technology} Never had much use for power armor. Too damn noisy to go huntin' in.
2510100BD94{Nervous humor, mutter the second half} Should get a good view, if we don't all die in a fiery crash.
252{A little nervous about flying, you don't trust that it's safe} All things bein' equal, I'd rather keep my feet on solid ground.
253{A little nervous about flying, you don't trust that it's safe} I hope this bucket's safer than it looks.
2540100BD93{Mildly impressed, but you really don't care much about machines} Got a way with machines, have ya?
255{Mildly impressed, but you really don't care much about machines} Looks like you know your way around a terminal.
256{Player hacked a computer. Mildly impressed, but you really don't care much about machines} Never much cared to learn that trick myself.
2570100BD92{Grateful for the player just healing you} Thanks for that.
258{Grateful for the player just healing you} Feels better already.
259{Grateful for the player just healing you} Good as new.
2600100BD91{The player healed his dog, you approve.} There you go, boy. Up on your feet, now.
261{The player healed his dog, you approve.} That's one brave pup.
262{The player healed his dog, you approve.} He's loyal as can be.
2630100BD90{The player jumped from an unsafe height, you think they've lost it} Are you mad? You'll break somethin' doin' that.
264{The player jumped from an unsafe height, you think they've lost it} Took a bad step, did ya?
265{The player jumped from an unsafe height, you think they've lost it} Careful now! What were you thinkin', jumpin' off that?
2660100BD8F{Player looted a corpse, and you're pragmatic about it.} Why not? Ain't doin' them any good.
267{Player looted a corpse, and you're pragmatic about it.} Anythin' good?
268{Player looted a corpse, and you're pragmatic about it.} It's ours now, eh cap'n?
269{Player looted a corpse, and you're pragmatic about it.} Can always sell what we can't use ourselves.
270{Player looted a corpse, and you're pragmatic about it.} First rule of survivin' is to put everythin' to use.
271{Player looted a corpse, and you're pragmatic about it.} Better us get it than someone else.
2720100BD8E{Enthusiastic because the player found an epic item, a rare and expertly crafted weapon or piece of armor} Looks like you hit the jackpot.
273{Enthusiastic because the player found an epic item, a rare and expertly crafted weapon or piece of armor} Now that's a hell of a find.
274{Enthusiastic because the player found an epic item, a rare and expertly crafted weapon or piece of armor} Must be your lucky day.
2750100BD8D{Approving. Player is picking up junk/trash items, but you're a scavenger and survivor who can put anything to use.} No such thing as junk, far as I'm concerned. Everythin's got a use.
276{Approving. Player is picking up junk/trash items, but you're a scavenger and survivor who can put anything to use.} No sense turnin' your nose up at somethin' that might be useful.
277{Approving. Player is picking up junk/trash items, but you're a scavenger and survivor who can put anything to use.} That could come in handy.
278{Approving. Player is picking up junk/trash items, but you're a scavenger and survivor who can put anything to use.} Best to grab it now, while you can.
2790100BD8C{Curious, the player picked up an item from the pre-war era. For you it's a relic of a lost time.} Somethin' from before the war, looks like.
280{Curious, the player picked up an item from the pre-war era. For you it's a relic of a lost time.} Lots o' those old pre-war relics still layin' about.
281{Curious, the player picked up an item from the pre-war era. For you it's a relic of a lost time.} Collectin' antiques, are ya?
282{Curious, the player picked up an item from the pre-war era. For you it's a relic of a lost time.} That thing's three times as old as I am, and that's sayin' somethin'.
2830100BD8BYou're pretty handy with armor. That's a solid piece of work.
284{Impressed, the player just improved some armor and made it even stronger} It's good an' sturdy now.
285{Impressed, the player just improved some armor and made it even stronger} That's pretty good work. I should know, I've stitched up my share of armor.
2860100BD8A{Impressed that hte player improved a weapon} Made it even nastier, eh?
287{End with a laugh, sort of an evil cackle. You're impressed that the player improved a weapon and you look forward to seeing it in action.} Now it'll really pack a wallop.
288{You're impressed that the player improved a weapon and you look forward to seeing it in action.} Well that'll do some harm.
2890100BD89{Player just murdered someone, this line can come from a dark place, you're suspicious and concerned} Did you really need to do that?
290{Player just murdered someone, so this line can come from a dark place, you're suspicious and concerned} That wasn't self-defense. That was cold-blooded murder.
291{Shock and fear. Player just murdered someone.} Damn! You murdered 'em!
2920100BD88{Player is picking a lock, you're a little skeptical where that skill came from} Done some thievin' in your time?
293{Player is picking a lock, you're impressed with his skill} You've got a steady hand there.
294{Player is picking a lock, you're impressed with his skill} You did that with a bobby pin? Well I'll be damned.
295{Player is picking a lock, you're impressed with his skill} Ain't a lock made that'll keep you out.
296{Player is picking a lock, you're impressed with his skill} Wouldn't mind learnin' that trick myself.
2970100BD87{A bit nervous, the player is breaking into someone's house.} Better hope everyone's out.
298{A bit nervous, the player is breaking into someone's house.} If anyone's in there, they ain't goin' to like this.
299{A bit nervous, the player is breaking into someone's house.} Pretty sure that's private property.
3000100BD86{Shouted in battle, player got hit in the arm} Hold on now!
301{Shouted in battle, player got hit in the arm} You alright?
302{Shouted in battle, player got hit in the arm} Your arm!
3030100BD85{Shouted in battle, player got wounded in the head} Hang in there!
304{Shouted in battle, player got wounded in the head} That looks bad.
305{Shouted in battle, player got wounded in the head} Damn, right in the head.
3060100BD84{Shouted in battle, player just got wounded in the leg} Hang on!
307{Shouted in battle, player just got wounded in the leg} Shake it off, now!
308{Shouted in battle, player just got wounded in the leg} Your leg! Damnit!
3090100BD83{The player is carrying way too much stuff. You're trying to encourage them to get rid of it, in a friendly way} Haulin' all that gear around is just goin' to slow you down.
310{The player is carrying way too much stuff. You're trying to encourage them to get rid of it, in a friendly way} Let me lighten your load.
311{The player is carrying way too much stuff. You're trying to encourage them to get rid of it, in a friendly way} You want to hand me some of that stuff you're luggin' around?
3120100BD82{Growing concern, the player's Geiger counter is buzzing, dangerous radiation in the area} Better get a move on. Radiation here.
313{Growing concern, the player's Geiger counter is buzzing, dangerous radiation in the area} Let's get outta here. Don't fancy my hair fallin' out faster than it already is.
314{Growing concern, the player's Geiger counter is buzzing, dangerous radiation in the area} Radiation, damn. That's trouble we don't need.
315{Growing concern, the player's Geiger counter is buzzing, dangerous radiation in the area} Geiger counter's singin' loud.
3160100BD81{Concerned, the player has been exposed to radiation and doesn't look good.} Better take somethin' for that rad sickness.
317{Concerned, the player has been exposed to radiation and doesn't look good.} You don't look good. That's rad sickness, no doubt about it.
318{Concerned, the player has been exposed to radiation and doesn't look good.} Rads are eatin' you up. Better do somethin' about that.
3190100BD80{Condescending. Looking down your nose at books. Emphasis on "real".} Real learnin' ain't found in books.
320{Condescending. Looking down your nose at books. } Never had much use for books myself.
321{Condescending. Looking down your nose at books.} Hope you learned somethin' interestin'.
3220100BD7F{The player is stealing. You don't approve, but you're willing to overlook it.} Better not get caught doin' that.
323{The player is stealing. You don't approve, but you're willing to overlook it.} That's low, an' I don't care for it.
324{The player is stealing. You don't approve, but you're willing to overlook it.} Takin' somethin' that don't belong to you is just askin' for trouble.
325{The player is stealing. You don't approve, but you're willing to overlook it.} Thought you were better than that. Maybe I was wrong.
3260100BD7E{Wary, the player is picking peoples' pockets, you don't approve} Hope you ain't tried that on me.
327{Wary, the player is picking peoples' pockets, you don't approve} Folks got little enough as it is. Ain't right to steal from 'em.
328{Wary, the player is picking peoples' pockets, you don't approve} You think that's fair, takin' what don't belong to you?
3290100BD7D{Hint of disgust/disapproval. The player is swimming, and you think it's a bad idea.} That water don't exactly look clean.
330{Hint of disgust/disapproval. The player is swimming, and you think it's a bad idea.} Careful now. Who knows what's in that water?
331{Making a joke, end with a laugh. Player is swimming in foul water.} There's easier ways to go fishin'.
3320100BD7C{Surprise, the player stepped on an unseen mine that just blew up} Whoa! Watch it there!
333{Surprise, the player stepped on an unseen mine that just blew up} Damn! Still breathin' there?
334{Surprise, the player stepped on an unseen mine that just blew up} Sweet Jesus! Damn near scared me out o' my skin!
3350100BD7B{Impressed that the player is using a workbench and building something} Handy 'round a workbench, are ya?
336{Impressed that the player is using a workbench and building something} Better to build what you need than pay someone else for it.
337{Impressed that the player is using a workbench and building something, but with a note of caution} Careful with them tools, now. Damn near lost a finger last time I tried that.
338{Impressed that the player is using a workbench and building something} Sellin' what you build ain't a half bad way to make a livin'.
3390100BD7A{Sarcasm. The player is walking around in underwear.} I think you forgot somethin', cap'n. Your clothes, maybe.
340{Sarcasm. The player is walking around in underwear.} Fine way to dress when you're on your own. Not sure about now, though.
341{The player is walking around in underwear. You really don't think it's a good idea,} Folks'll think you're off your rocker, runnin' around in your skivvies like that.
342{Sarcasm. The player is walking around in underwear.} You might want to put on some clothes there.
34301008D33{Surprised by how clean this place is} Cleaner than what I'm used to.
344{Surprised by how clean this place is} Spick an' span, ain't it?
345{Surprised by how clean this place is} Well ain't this neat an' tidy?
34601008D32{Cautious, afraid} Somethin' ain't right here. Feel it in my bones.
347{Cautious, afraid} Hairs on my neck are standin' up.
348{Cautious, afraid} Don't much care for this place, cap'n. How's about we move on?
34901008D31{Rhetorical, commenting on a very dark place you're in (physically, not emotionally)} Dark as the nighttime sea.
350{Rhetorical, commenting on a very dark place you're in (physically, not emotionally)} Ain't much light to go by.
351{Commenting on an area without much light.} Can't see much past my boots in this.
352{Commenting on an area without much light. Add a chuckle at the end, almost like this is a taunt.} Dark enough for you, cap'n?
35301008D30{Rhetorical, griping about a lot of dust} Dust's as thick as sand here.
354{Rhetorical, griping about a lot of dust. ("Like to" is slang shorthand for "likely to")} Should cover our mouths, or we're like to choke on this dust.
355{Observing an area thick with dust, looks abandoned} Don't think anyone's set foot here in a long time.
35601008D2F{Nervous, feeling exposed and vulnerable} Ain't smart standin' out in the open for long.
357{Grousing, grumbling, feeling exposed and vulnerable} We'll make fine targets standin' out in the open like this.
358{Nervous, feeling exposed and vulnerable} Ought to get some cover at our backs, an' the sooner the better.
359{Griping, feeling exposed and vulnerable} Can't abide bein' out in the open like this.
36001008D2E{Approving, impressed with the defenses here, feels secure} Fine place to hunker down.
361{Approving, impressed with the defenses here, feels secure} Solid walls here, cap'n.
362{Approving, impressed with the defenses here, feels secure} I'll wager this place was built to protect somethin' valuable.
363{Approving, impressed with the defenses here, feels secure} This place was built to last.
36401008D2D{Unimpressed by a lot of blood and gore, you're a tough SOB} Ain't the worst mess I've seen.
365{Condescending. You're surrounded by blood and gore but you're a tough guy and you're ribbing the player} Don't feel ashamed if you lose your lunch. Most folks would.
366{Rhetorical, muttered to yourself in a low voice. Observing a bloody, gory scene. A note of sympathy} Whoever that used to be, I hope the end came quick.
367{A joke, intentional understatement, should end with a laugh. You're surrounded by blood and gore, it's obvious something awful happened here.} I'll wager somethin' unpleasant happened here.
36801008D2C{Mildly disturbed by a disgusting sight} Ain't a pleasant sight, that.
369{Mildly disturbed by a disgusting sight} That's just bloody disgustin'.
370{Disturbed by a disgusting sight} Think I'm gonna need a strong drink so I can forget I ever saw that.
371{Mildly disturbed by a disgusting sight} The sight of that'll turn your stomach.
37201008D2B{Disdain, you don't care for technology} Lots of fancy machines here, and none of 'em worth a lick.
373{Disdain, you don't care for technology} Best if we don't touch none of these machines, cap'n.
374{Disdain, you don't care for technology} Pre-war scrap, that's all these machines are.
375{Disdain, you don't care for technology} All these machines, an' what good did they amount to?
37601008D2A{Complaining about loud noise} We'll go deaf if we stay here much longer.
377{Complaining about loud noise} My ears'll be ringin' for a week after this.
378{Complaining about loud noise} Should've stuffed my ears before comin' here.
379{Complaining about loud noise} Loud enough for you, cap'n?
38001008D29{Disdain at a messy scene} Look at this mess.
381{Disdain at a messy scene} What the hell happened here?
382{Disdain at a messy scene} This place is wrecked pretty good.
38301008D28{Admiring a scenic view} Now that's a sight.
384{Admiring a scenic view} Ain't every day you see somethin' like that.
385{Admiring a scenic view} A sight like that'll put a smile on your face.
386{Wistful, seeing a beautiful vista} If I'm dreamin', then don't wake me up.
38701008D27{Said in a quiet, almost hushed voice. Nervous because you're not used to silence.} This silence ain't natural. I don't like it.
388{Suspicious, alert. Is something about to happen?} It's gone awful quiet.
389{On edge, it's a little too quiet for comfort} Ain't used to this much quiet.
390{Said in a quiet voice, almost a whisper} Ain't a sound to be heard.
39101008D26{Observing a safe area. You're a tough guy, you don't need a rest.} If you need a rest, this ain't a bad spot.
392{Observing a safe place} Looks like a safe place to hole up.
393{Observing a safe place} We should remember this place. Good spot for a camp.
39401008D25{In a place with a strong, unpleasant odor} Stinks to high heaven.
395{Really bad smell in the air} Smell that? Somethin' must be rotten around here.
396{Really bad smell in the air} That smell... Wish I had one of them pre-war breath masks.
397{Really bad smell in the air} Reeks somethin' awful here.
39801008D24{Said with a chuckle, a mild taunt... player is walking through water} Hope you've got some dry socks.
399{Said with a chuckle, a mild taunt... player is walking through water} A little water won't kill ya.
400{Said with a chuckle, you don't mind walking in water} Bit of splashin' about never bothered me.
40101008D23{Expressing skepticism at the player giving things away} I suppose if you've got it to spare.
402{Expressing skepticism at the player giving things away} You sure you can afford to be handin' things out?
403{Expressing skepticism at the player giving things away. Emphasis on "earn".} You ask me, folks should earn what they get.
40401008D20{Skeptical that the player didn't choose violence (letting an enemy live, for example)} Better hope that don't come back to bite ya.
405{Skeptical that the player didn't choose violence (letting an enemy live, for example)} Ain't many would have done what you just did.
406{Skeptical that the player didn't choose violence (letting an enemy live, for example)} That'll save ammunition, if nothin' else.
40701008D1F{I told you so} Could have told ya that wasn't goin' to work.
408{The player should have known better than to try talking down the enemy. You knew it would come to blows anyway} Some folks are just spoilin' for a fight, an' nothin' you say will change their minds.
409{The player failed to talk down an enemy, violence ensued} Well, no one can say you didn't try to take the high road.
41001008D1E{End with a short laugh. The player squeezed some extra reward money from an NPC and this amuses you.} Bled 'em dry, eh?
411{The player squeezed some extra reward money from an NPC and you're impressed} Got to look out for yourself first.
412{The player squeezed some extra reward money from an NPC and this amuses you.} You made that look easy.
41301008D1D{The player chose a violent solution to a problem. You're not sure that's the best course.} S'pose that's one way to get things done.
414{The player chose a violent solution to a problem. You're not sure that's the best course.} Best be careful not to start somethin' you can't finish.
415{The player chose a violent solution to a problem. You're not sure that's the best course.} Sometimes, you've got to send a message.
41601008D1C{Disapproving} Those chems have got a hold on you, cap'n.
417{Disapproving} You'll leave those chems alone if you know what's good for you.
418{Disapproving} I don't mean to tell you your business, but you got too much of that poison in you.
41901006E56{Growing concern... an enemy might be near. Said in a low, cautious voice.} Hmm... someone - or somethin' - was just here.
420{Growing concern... an enemy might be near. Said in a low, cautious voice.} Careful now, cap'n. This place ain't been empty long.
421{Growing concern... an enemy might be near. Said in a low, cautious voice.} We should keep movin'. Don't think it's safe here.
422{Growing concern... an enemy might be near. Said in a low, cautious voice.} This ain't no place to dawdle.
423{Sniff the air, then say line. Growing concern... an enemy might be near. Said in a low, cautious voice.} You smell that? Somethin's just been here, ain't sure what.
42401015387Take this!
425Got somethin' for ya!
426You're done for!
427Should have run when you had the chance.
428You're givin' me no choice.
42901015386Watch out!
430Incomin'!
431Look out!
43201015385I'm done.
433Shit, I'm down!
434Need a stim here!
435Can't... get up...
43601015384Argh! My arm!
437Got my arm!
438Shit! Can't feel my arm! How am I goin' to pour myself a drink?
439Got me in the leg!
440My damn leg! Argh!
441Argh, my leg! Won't be walkin' this one off.
442Argh! Can't see a damn thing!
443Right in the head!
444My head... can't see...
445Damn! Got me good.
446I'm barely standin' here, cap'n!
447Argh! Can't take much more of this!
44801015383Bury me... with a bottle...
44901015382Argh!
450Son of a bitch!
451That all you got?
452Oof!
453Now you got my attention!
454Urrggh!
455Nyaarrgh!
45601015381Aaaayyyaarrrrgghh!
457Nnyyaarrghh!
458Yyyarrghh!
45901015380Thought this would be easy, did ya?
460You ain't got a hope in hell.
461Hope you choke on your own blood, you bastard.
462What, ain't you had enough yet?
463Now you're realizin' what a mistake you made.
464We're just gettin' warmed up here!
465I'll be drinkin' a toast to your corpse!
466An' here I was thinkin' this might be a challenge.
4670101537FThrowin' a grenade!
468Here's a little somethin' for ya!
469Heads up, you little shit!
470Stick this where the sun don't shine!
4710100F125{Player is leading the way, you're ready to go} After you, then.
472{Player is leading the way, you're ready to go} Lead the way.
473{Player is leading the way, you're making a small, friendly jab here} If you think you've got keener eyes than me, by all means, lead the way.
474{Relieved. Player asked you to wait there, you're happy to oblige.} These old bones could use a rest.
475{Relieved. Player asked you to wait there, you're happy to oblige.} Stay put, then? You won't hear me complain.
476{Relieved. Player asked you to wait there, you're happy to oblige. Ends with a friendly jab} I'll be here, then. Just don't go forgettin' about me.
477{Player asked you to do something, and you're confident that you can do it} I can do that.
478{Player asked you to do something, and you're confident that you can do it} Right.
479{Player asked you to do something, and you're confident that you can do it} As good as done.
480{Player asked you to do something, and you're confident that you can do it} Yep.
481{Player asked you to do something, and you're confident that you can do it} Right.
4820100F124{Done talking to the player, basically saying "okay, let's get back to work"} That's it then?
483{Done talking to the player, basically saying "okay, let's get back to work"} Works for me.
484{Done talking to the player, basically saying "okay, let's get back to work"} Right then.
485{Done talking to the player, basically saying "okay, let's get back to work"} We're done then?
486{Done talking to the player, basically saying "okay, let's get back to work"} Back to it, then.
4870100F123{Flatly refusing to do something the player has asked of you, a moral objection} To hell with that!
488{Flatly refusing to do something the player has asked of you, a moral objection} Not bloody likely.
489{Flatly refusing to do something the player has asked of you, a moral objection} Not happenin'.
490{Flatly refusing to do something the player has asked of you, a moral objection} Forget it. I ain't doin' it.
491{Flatly refusing to do something the player has asked of you, a moral objection} No damn way that's happenin'.
4920100F122{Grumbling, complaining, annoyed. Player asked you to go somewhere you can't physically go.} Can't reach that.
493{Grumbling, complaining, annoyed. Player asked you to go somewhere you can't physically go.} No way to get there.
494{Grumbling, complaining, annoyed. Player asked you to go somewhere you can't physically go.} An' just how am I supposed to get there?
495{Grumbling, complaining, annoyed. Player asked you to go somewhere you can't physically go.} Can't do it, cap'n. No way to get there.
496{Grumbling, complaining, annoyed. Player asked you to go somewhere you can't physically go.} No way to get to that. Goin' to have to try somethin' else.
4970100F121{Helpless, annoyed. Player has asked you to do something you're unable to do.} Would if I could.
498{Helpless, annoyed. Player has asked you to do something you're unable to do.} Can't do it.
499{Helpless, annoyed. Player has asked you to do something you're unable to do.} I can't do that.
500{Helpless, annoyed. Player has asked you to do something you're unable to do.} Not gonna happen.
5010100F120{Curious, ready to talk. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} Hm?
502{Curious, ready to talk. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} Go on.
503{Curious, ready to talk. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} I'm listenin'.
504{Curious, ready to talk. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} Yeah?
505{Irascible, impatient. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} What?
506{Curious, ready to talk. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} Go on.
507{Irascible, impatient. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} Make it quick. will ya?
508{Irascible, impatient. Player has just got your attention, and wants to talk. "Hey, Longfellow..."} What's eatin' ya?
5090100F11F{Player wants to trade gear with you} Here's my kit.
510{Player wants to trade gear with you} Have a look, then.
511{Player wants to trade gear with you} Givin' or takin'?
512{Player wants to trade gear with you} Sure, here's what I got.
513{Player wants to trade gear with you} Swappin' supplies, then?
514{Player wants to trade gear with you. You want a drink.} If we're takin' a break, how's about a strong drink?
515{Player wants to trade gear with you. End with a laugh.} I'll be happy to carry any spirits you got. Course, I can't promise you'll get 'em back.
51601015390{Spotted an enemy} Got ya!
517{Spotted an enemy} Found ya!
518{Spotted an enemy} Right here!
519{Spotted an enemy} You're dead!
520{Spotted an enemy} Look sharp!
5210101538F{Nervous, thought you saw an enemy but maybe it's nothing} Getting jumpy in my old age.
522{Nervous, thought you saw an enemy but maybe it's nothing} Guess it was nothin'.
523{Thought you saw an enemy, but now you don't} Eyes must be playin' tricks.
524{Thought you saw an enemy, but now you don't} Need to lay off the bottle... Hah, who am I kiddin'.
525{Thought you saw an enemy, but now you don't} Damn... was sure somethin' was there...
5260101538E{You were fighting an enemy and then they vanished} What... where the hell?
527{You were fighting an enemy and then they vanished} What the hell happened?
528{You were fighting an enemy and then they vanished} Damnit, lost 'em.
529{You were fighting an enemy and then they vanished} Disappeared? Shit.
5300101538D{You and the player just won a fight} I'd say it's time for a drink.
531{You and the player just won a fight} I still got it, hah.
532{You and the player just won a fight} That'll teach 'em.
533{You and the player just won a fight} Well then, what's next?
534{You and the player just won a fight} That was refreshin'.
535{You and the player just won a fight} Good time to stop for a drink, yeah?
536{You and the player just won a fight} Fog take 'em all!
537{You and the player just won a fight} Fine bit of exercise, that.
538{You and the player just won a fight} Best count the ammo an' see what's left.
5390101538C{An enemy was sneaking around and you just found them} Aha!
540{An enemy was sneaking around and you just found them} Nice try!
541{An enemy was sneaking around and you just found them} Got 'em right here!
542{An enemy was sneaking around and you just found them} Hah! Ain't as clever as you thought.
543{An enemy was sneaking around and you just found them} You're as good as dead!
5440101538B{Annoyed that your quarry escaped} Damn... got away.
545{Annoyed that your quarry escaped} Slipped away, did ya?
546{Annoyed that your quarry escaped} Escaped... damn.
547{Annoyed that your quarry escaped} Guess that's the last we'll see of 'em.
548{Annoyed that your quarry escaped} That's right, run off an' don't come back.
5490101538A{You heard a sound or caught a glimpse of a possible enemy creeping around nearby} Eyes open. Somethin's stalkin' us.
550{You heard a sound or caught a glimpse of a possible enemy creeping around nearby} We ain't alone here.
551{You heard a sound or caught a glimpse of a possible enemy creeping around nearby} There's someone, or somethin' else, here.
552{You heard a sound or caught a glimpse of a possible enemy creeping around nearby} What was that?
553{You heard a sound or caught a glimpse of a possible enemy creeping around nearby} Think we've got company.
55401015389{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} Here we go.
555{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} I'm too damn sober for this.
556{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} You're goin' down!
557{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} Sharp eyes an' steady hands, cap'n!
558{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} Aim straight an' true!
559{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} Guess we got no choice.
560{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} It's you or me, an' it ain't goin' to be me.
561{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} I got your back!
562{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} Time to earn that next drink!
563{Rising energy, anxious, starting a fight} Into the breach we go!
564{Someone essentially just signed your town's death warrant. / Angry} What, what've you... you're done for!
56501015388{Something's creeping around and you lost sight of it} Alright, quit your hidin'.
566{Something's creeping around and you lost sight of it} Come on, show yourself.
567{Something's creeping around and you lost sight of it} Come out an' let's get this over with.
568{Something's creeping around and you lost sight of it} Somethin's there, I know it. Just not sure where.
569{Something's creeping around and you lost sight of it} Somethin's messin' with us, cap'n.
57001012F2F{Yelling angrily at someone you hate that's trying to talk to you / Angry} Get away from me, you butcher!
571{Icy, hostile toward someone you hate that's trying to talk to you / Angry} The blood of all Far Harbor's on your hands. Can't see how you live with it.
572{Snapping at someone you hate that's trying to talk to you / Angry} I ain't helpin you do the Children of Atom's dirty work. Now get out of my sight!
573{Snapping at someone you hate that's trying to talk to you / Angry} That massacre in Far Harbor was your doin'. You can burn in the pits of hell.
574{Snapping at someone you hate that's trying to talk to you / Angry} Well, if it ain't the Butcher of Far Harbor.
575{Snapping at someone you hate that's trying to talk to you / Angry} Here to destroy my life like you did all them folks in Far Harbor?
576{Very angry at the player} Get the hell out of here.
577{Very angry at the player} You've bothered me enough. Get lost.
578{Very angry at the player} Still alive? That's a miracle.
579{Very angry at the player} If you know what's good for you, you'll turn around and start walkin'.
580{Very angry at the player} You can go straight to hell, an' the sooner, the better.
581{Very angry at the player} Got nothin' to say to you.
582{Very angry at the player} I've made my feelin's about you clear. Got nothin' else to say.
583{Satisfied, vindictive} Island's a hell of a lot better off without those lunatic rad-worshippers.
584{Satisfied, vindictive} The Nucleus, destroyed by an atom bomb. It's almost too good to be true.
585{Satisfied, vindictive} The Children of Atom got what they deserved.
586{Satisfied, vindictive} You did everyone in Far Harbor a favor when you blew up the Nucleus.
587{A little sad, but not overly much. More a shrug of the shoulders.} Shame about those synths in Acadia. Most of 'em weren't too bad.
588{A little sad, but not overly much. More a shrug of the shoulders.} You ask me, I think Allen Lee was wantin' to clear out Acadia for a long time. Guess he got his wish.
589{A little sad, but not overly much. More a shrug of the shoulders.} Used to be I trusted the synths up at Acadia. After what DiMA did, I think we're better off without 'em.
590{Musing to yourself.} With the synths gone, Acadia's wide open. Maybe I'll move in someday. Be nice to live above the Fog.
591{Resentment} All this time, we thought we were livin' in peace with the synths. Guess DiMA had us fooled pretty good.
592{Anger} Don't know if hell would take a synth, but DiMA deserves nothin' less after what he did.
593{Anger} Guess I shouldn't be surprised DiMA was willin' to murder Captain Avery. Why would a bloody machine care about human life?
594{Satisfied, vindictive} What happened to DiMA, that was justice, plain an' simple.
595{Doubtful, skeptical of the player's choices} You really think replacin' the High Confessor is goin' to be enough? Not sure I do.
596{Grumbling to yourself} Should have wiped out the Children of Atom when we had the chance.
597{Doubtful, skeptical of the player's choices} If you knew half what them Atom fanatics have done, you'd have set off that bomb an' we'd all be better for it.
598{Doubtful, skeptical of the player's choices} Sure, there's peace with the Children of Atom now, but how long will it last?
599{Annoyed with the player} Make it quick.
600{Annoyed with the player} Now what?
601{Annoyed with the player} Well? Get on with it.
602{Annoyed with the player} Talk fast.
603{Annoyed with the player} Out with it. What do you want?
604{Neutral toward the player, curious to hear what he wants} What is it?
605{Neutral toward the player, curious to hear what he wants} Hm?
606{Neutral toward the player, curious to hear what he wants} Need somethin'?
607{Neutral toward the player, curious to hear what he wants} Go on then, I'm listenin'.
608{Neutral toward the player, curious to hear what he wants} What's on your mind?
609{Player seeks your attention, and you admire him so you respond positively} What's on your mind, cap'n?
610{Player seeks your attention, and you admire him so you respond positively} What do you need, cap'n?
611{Player seeks your attention, and you admire him so you respond positively} Hey there, cap'n. What's up?
612{Player seeks your attention, and you admire him so you respond positively} Go ahead.
613{Player seeks your attention, and you admire him so you respond positively} You've got my attention.
614{You greatly admire the player, who is seeking your attention to talk} Hey there, cap'n!
615{You greatly admire the player, who is seeking your attention to talk} I'm always up for a chat.
616{You greatly admire the player, who is seeking your attention to talk} Whatever you need, cap'n.
617{You greatly admire the player, who is seeking your attention to talk} Anythin' for you, cap'n.
618{You greatly admire the player, who is seeking your attention to talk} Always got time for you, cap'n.
61901011E50{Pleased} That's pretty good, cap'n.
620{Pleased} Hah! I like that.
621{Uncertain, not sure how you feel about something.} Hm.
622{Uncertain, not sure how you feel about something.} Huh.
623{Displeased} Don't like that at all.
624{Displeased} Not good.
625{Enthusiastic, cheering for the player} Way to go, cap'n!
626Don't think you should've done that.
627Glad you did that.
628{A warning} Do that one more time, an' bad things are goin' to happen.
629Yep.
630Yes.
631Alright.
632I'm on it.
633No.
634Not happenin'.
635{Giving the player an item} Here.
636Here you go.
637{Receiving an item from the player} That'll do nicely.
638Thanks.
6390100F11E{You've found a brewery, and you like your drink} This is my kind of place.
640{You've found a brewery, and you like your drink} Should refill my canteen while we're here.
641{You've found a brewery, and you like your drink} Wouldn't mind seein' this place get up an' runnin' again.
642{You've found a brewery, and you like your drink} I'm feelin' right at home here.
643{Wary, cautious, in a cave with danger near} Only thing you'll find in a place like this is trouble.
644{Wary, cautious, in a cave with danger near} Can't say I'm fond of bein' closed in like this.
645{Wary, cautious, in a cave with danger near} *Sniff* Foul down here, ain't it?
646{Wary, cautious, in a cave with danger near} A good hunter knows not to get cornered. That's why I stay out of places like this.
647{Disdain for technology} All these fancy machines, and none of 'em worth a lick now.
648{Disdain for technology} Ain't exactly the safest-lookin' place is it?
649{Disdain for technology} Worthless, rusted scrap. That's all this is.
650{Disdain for technology} Too many places for somethin' to hide.
651{Scavenging in a ruined hospital} Keep an eye out for stims.
652{Pride, mixed with resentment for technology} These days we don't need places like this. Folks can take care of themselves.
653{Self-reliant, confident, don't need doctors} Never did trust doctors much. I think they're guessin' half the time.
654{Pride, mixed with resentment for technology} If I'd have been around before the war, I wouldn't have set foot in this place. I can take care of myself just fine.
655{Pride, mixed with resentment for technology} Good spot to scavenge for stims.
656{Resentment. You're in a ruined lab, you don't like technology. You think that's what ended the world.} Way I hear it, the bomb was invented in a place like this.
657{Resentment. You're in a ruined lab, you don't like technology. You think that's what ended the world.} Smart men and their shiny machines. Don't look so smart now, do they?
658{Resentment. You're in a ruined lab, you don't like technology. You think that's what ended the world.} World's a lot better off without places like this.
659{Resentment. You're in a ruined lab, you don't like technology. You think that's what ended the world.} Nothin' but worthless relics here. I say we keep movin'.
660{Observing a ruined pre-war office} Think I'd go crazy if I had to be cooped up in a place like this all day.
661{Observing a ruined pre-war office} Sittin' at a desk all day must have made everyone fat an' lazy.
662{Observing a ruined pre-war office} It's funny, the things that seemed to be important to the world before. So much of it just doesn't make any sense.
663{Observing a ruined pre-war office} Can't imagine anyone actually enjoyed workin' here.
664{Observing a quarry, not really understanding it} What's the point of diggin' this big hole? Lots of perfectly good rocks on the surface.
665{Observing a quarry, not really understanding it} Wonder how long it took to dig this out.
666{Observing a quarry, not really understanding it} Nasty place to lose your footing.
667{Observing a quarry, not really understanding it} Now that's a lot of diggin'. Must've been after somethin' important.
668{Spooked, nervous, in a ruined city} These ruins are too damn tall.
669{Spooked, nervous, in a ruined city} You don't think one of these towers is gonna fall on us, do ya? That ain't how I want to go out.
670{Spooked, nervous, in a ruined city} Why build a buildin' so damn big? What's wrong with the short ones?
671{Spooked, nervous, in a ruined city} Damn sniper's paradise is what this is.
672{Spooked, nervous, in a ruined city} That creakin' metal sound don't exactly make me feel safe.
673{You think school is worthless} Hmph. Real learnin' don't come outta books.
674{You think school is worthless} School ain't nothin' but a place for kids to hide from doin' real work.
675{You think school is worthless. End with a chuckle to yourself} Someone tried to start a school in Far Harbor, long time ago. Didn't last a week.
676{Looking at the ruins of a ship, hint of sadness. You like ships.} Shame to see a proud vessel come to this.
677{Wistful, nostalgic} Had a book of ships once, when I was a lad. Ah, that was a treasure. Used to look at those boats for hours on end.
678{Rhetorical, wistful, sad. You love ships and are looking at a wrecked one} O captain, my captain, our fearful trip is done. The ship has weather'd every rack, the prize we sought is won.
679{Rhetorical, wistful, sad. You love ships and are looking at a wrecked one} I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, and all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by.
680{Rhetorical, wistful, sad. You love ships and are looking at a wrecked one} Now there's a sad sight, cap'n. That boat will sail no more.
681{Disdain for the pre-war world, you think those people had it too easy} Everythin' you want, right there on a shelf. If that ain't bein' spoiled, I don't know what is.
682{Scavenging in a grocery store} Probably been picked clean, but I suppose it's worth a look.
683{Scavenging in a grocery store} Wasn't much need for huntin' and scavengin' when there were places like this, I guess.
684{Scavenging in a grocery store} Little fancier than the stores in Far Harbor.
685{Commenting on a vault, not liking it, too claustrophobic} Sealin' yourself up in a steel hole to escape the bombs... sounds like tradin' one kinda hell for another one.
686{Commenting on a vault, not liking it, too claustrophobic} How'd anyone stay sane livin' in a place like this?
687{Commenting on a vault, not liking it, too claustrophobic} Heard about the experiments they did in places like this. Human decency must've been in short supply back then.
688{Commenting on a vault, not liking it, too claustrophobic} I'd rather die than be stuck in one of these rat-holes.
689{In a warehouse, curious to see what's around} Might be somethin' useful was stored in here.
690{In a warehouse, curious to see what's around} Let's have a closer look.
691{In a warehouse, curious to see what's around} Now this looks promisin'.
692{In a warehouse, curious to see what's around} Good salvage spot here.
693{In a warehouse, curious to see what's around} Looks like an old storehouse.
694{Happy to be near the sea} Ah, the smell o' the briny deep.
695{Happy to be near the sea} You can practically taste the salt water in the air.
696{Happy to be near the sea} Always felt right at home by the water's edge.
697{Cautious, wary of possible enemies coming out of the water} The waterfront's mirelurk territory.
698{Cautious, wary of possible enemies coming out of the water} Keep an eye on that water. Might be somethin in that water's keepin' an eye on us.
699{The player has earned your sincere admiration} Runnin' with you's been a hell of a ride, cap'n.
700{The player has earned your sincere admiration} Got to hand it to you cap'n, you can take of yourself.
701{The player has earned your sincere admiration} Good to have a friend who's worth a damn, cap'n.
702{The player has earned your sincere admiration} I ain't had many friends in my time, cap'n, but I'm glad to count you among 'em.
703{The player has earned your sincere admiration} I'd share a bottle with you any day, cap'n. Hell, I'd like to share one right now.
704{The player has earned your sincere admiration} I can count on two fingers the number of people I'd trust to watch my back. One of them fingers is you, cap'n.
705{The player has earned your sincere admiration} Cap'n, you're the best drinkin' buddy a man could ask for.
706{The player has earned your sincere admiration} When they finally put me in the ground, I'll have a smile on my face. That's thanks to you, cap'n.
707{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} Might just make a Far Harbor woman out of you yet cap'n.
708{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} I'll admit it, you can take care of yourself.
709{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} Alright, so you ain't completely useless.
710{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} You ain't as green as I thought.
711{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} You've got some grit, cap'n, no denyin' that.
712{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} Didn't think you'd last this long, cap'n. Maybe I was wrong about you.
713{You have a growing sense of admiration for the player} I ain't an easy man to impress, cap'n, but you've done it.
714{Commenting on a blasted, lifeless wasteland. Nervous, on edge} This place makes Far Harbor look downright pleasant.
715{Commenting on a blasted, lifeless wasteland. Nervous, on edge} It's nothin' short of a miracle anything survives out here.
716{Commenting on a blasted, lifeless wasteland. Nervous, on edge} Every minute we're here, we're soakin' up more rads.
717{Cautious. Sunset in a dangerous place.} Sundown. We should hunker down for the night.
718{Relief} Night's windin' down. I'll be glad to have the sun back.
719{Relief} Almost mornin'. Good.
720{Appreciating a nice, clear night with a view of stars. Content.} I'm so used to huntin' in the fog back home, sometimes I forget what a clear night looks like.
721{Apprehensive, it's dangerous at night} Sure you want to be out an' about in the dark, cap'n?
722{Pleased to have clear weather} Weather's clear. That's somethin' at least.
723{Walking in the rain, trying to keep spirits up} A little rain's good for you. Washes off the grime.
724{Deriding soldiers} Relyin' too much on guns an' fancy armor just makes you a coward.
725{Making a point of not being impressed by heavily-armed soldiers} Brotherhood of Steel. Hmph. Am I supposed to be impressed?
726{Making a point of not being impressed by heavily-armed soldiers} Wouldn't complain if all these soldiers took their guns and went somewhere else.
727{Resentful of the Brotherhood of Steel} Get a bunch of fanatics together, hand 'em all guns, and you can tell everyone else how to live.
728{Remarking on a giant insect, not disgusted, you see it as a food source} You can get some good meat off these bugs.
729{Remarking on giant bugs, but you've fought many of them} I've run afoul of more big bugs than I can count. What's a few more?
730{Not impressed or scared by giant bugs.} Bah, these bugs ain't a threat so much as a nuisance. Swat 'em an' move on.
731{Disdain, you think the Children of Atom are crazy} Bunch of nut jobs, worshippin' radiation like that.
732{Disdain, you think the children of atom are crazy} I've seen some crazy folk in my years, but there ain't none crazier than the Children of Atom.
733{Disdain, you think the children of atom are crazy} There's no talkin' sense to this lot. They've gone off the deep end.
734{Disdain, you think the children of atom are crazy} Can't fathom it... why would someone pretend to believe in somethin' that ain't real?
735{Deathclaws are huge, terrifying monsters. You have a healthy respect for them but aren't afraid.} Hunted deathclaws a time or two. One thing's for sure, it's never boring.
736{Deathclaws are huge, terrifying monsters. You have a healthy respect for them but aren't afraid.} Best way to take down a Deathclaw is to aim for the head. From a long way away, of course.
737{Deathclaws are huge, terrifying monsters. You have a healthy respect for them but aren't afraid.} Everythin' you need to know 'bout a Deathclaw is right there in its name.
738{Deathclaws are huge, terrifying monsters. You have a healthy respect for them but aren't afraid.} Not all Deathclaws are the same. They're all nasty, but some of 'em are real devils.
739{Deathclaws are huge, terrifying monsters. You have a healthy respect for them but aren't afraid.} Deathclaws are twice as nasty when they're guardin' a nest. You see one doin' that, it's best to leave it be.
740{You're disgusted by ghouls and a little afraid of the idea of becoming one} Don't you worry, if I see you turnin' into a ghoul, I'll put a bullet in you quick.
741{You're disgusted by ghouls and a little afraid of the idea of becoming one} Damn... can't think of a worse fate than turnin' into a ghoul.
742{You're disgusted by ghouls and a little afraid of the idea of becoming one} Way I see it, killin' a ghoul's an act o' mercy.
743{You're disgusted by ghouls and a little afraid of the idea of becoming one} A ghoul's lost every shred of what once made 'em human. I'd rather be dead than one of them.
744{You're disgusted by ghouls and a little afraid of the idea of becoming one} They might look like shamblin' corpses, but ghouls are lightnin' quick. Don't let 'em flank ya.
745{Derisive, you have no respect for bullies with guns} Only difference between trappers an' gunners is that gunners ain't realized they're crazy yet.
746{Derisive, you have no respect for bullies with guns} Think all them weapons an' tattoos make these gunners feel safe?
747{Derisive, you have no respect for bullies with guns} Gunners like to think they're tough, but they die just as easy as everythin' else.
748{Sarcasm and derision} Best thing about killin' gunners is all that ammo they kindly donate.
749{Sarcasm and derision} Guns an' armor can't hide cowardice, and that's just what gunners are. Cowards.
750{Sarcasm, punctuate with a laugh} Fightin' mirelurks always makes me hungry. Smell like seafood, all of 'em.
751{Grim} Seen a mirelurk's claw snap a man in half once.
752{Safe old hunter giving advice} Mirelurks are damn quick for their size. Wouldn't recommend tryin' to outrun one.
753{Safe old hunter giving advice} Fightin' mirelurks ain't complicated. Just like most critters, you aim for the soft bits.
754{Sage old hunter giving advice} Molerats are damn tricky, poppin' up out of nowhere like they do.
755{Sage old hunter giving advice} If you think there's molerats about, you get up on somethin' tall and you watch the ground.
756{Sage old hunter giving advice} One molerat ain't a threat, but when the other six show up, that's when you start runnin'.
757{Begruding respect for a small but aggressive creature} Molerats are nasty little buggers, I'll give 'em that.
758{Confident, this enemy is not a real threat} Easy pickin's.
759{Confident, this enemy is not a real threat} Raiders are too crazy to fight smart.
760{Confident, this enemy is not a real threat} Suppose it's worth takin' these raiders down to see if they got anythin' useful.
761{Confident, this enemy is not a real threat} Need some snipin' practice, cap'n? Raiders are easy targets.
762{Pragmatic hunter} Ain't much point in fightin' robots. Can't feed yourself on metal an' circuits.
763{Pragmatic hunter} Some robots pack a nasty punch, what with those pre-war lasers and cannons on 'em.
764{Sage hunter giving advice} In my experience, most robots won't come after you unless you get too close to 'em.
765{Sage hunter giving advice} Don't know too much about fightin' robots. Never really saw the point.
766{Sage hunter giving advice about fighting robots} Need some serious firepower to punch through that metal skin.
767{Wary, cautious} Careful. These brutes aren't as dumb as they sound.
768{Sage hunter giving advice} The Super Mutants with the bombs are the worst. One of them comes at you, start runnin'.
769{Sage hunter giving advice} Thinkin' of Super Mutants as mindless brutes is a quick way to get dead.
770{Sage hunter giving advice} You'll chew through a lot of ammo fightin' these brutes.
771{Sage hunter giving advice} Best way of dealin' with Super Mutants is to slip past 'em.
772{Wary, uneasy} Robots lookin' like people... that don't sit right with me.
773{Wary, uneasy} I ain't fond of fightin' any kind of robot, but that goes double for synths.
774{Wary, uneasy} You can pull some good salvage off these bots, if you can stomach lookin' at 'em.
775{Wary, uneasy} Synths are downright disturbin'. No other way to say it.
776{Wary, uneasy} Makin' a machine that looks like a man... if that ain't madness, I don't know what is.
777{How many people you think came through here in a day? A hundred? A thousand?} Wonder if we'll ever have airplanes an' airports again someday?
778{Looking around at a the ruins of a large airport. Mildly impressed} This place must've been impressive in its day.
779{How many people you think came through here in a day? A hundred? A thousand?} A great big graveyard for airplanes.
780{Disapproval, disdain for the player} I've seen worse folk than you come through Far Harbor... but not many.
781{Disapproval, disdain for the player} Better straighten yourself out soon, or you can find someone else to watch your back.
782{Disapproval, disdain for the player} Let's just get where we're goin'.
783{Disapproval, disdain for the player} No sense in hidin' it, you've been disappointin' me lately.
784{Disapproval, disdain for the player} Just about had my fill of your nonsense.
785{Disapproval, disdain for the player} I ain't in the mood for a conversation. Least not with you.
786{Disapproval, disdain for the player} Seems clear to me you don't care what I think.
787{Disapproval, disdain for the player} I ain't in a chattin' mood.
788{Disapproval, disdain for the player} You ain't a great listener, that much is pretty damn clear.
789{Disapproval, disdain for the player} You should try thinkin' about someone other than yourself for a change.
790{Very angry at the player} You an' me, we're done for good.
791{Concerned} Whiskey's runnin' low. Better find some more, an' soon.
792{Sage hunter giving advice} A good hunter always knows how many bullets he's got.
793{Grousing to yourself, grumbling under breath} Don't know what's more sore, my back or my feet.
794{Grousing to yourself, grumbling under breath} Gettin' too damn old for all this runnin' around.
795{Grousing to yourself, grumbling under breath} Damn... can't remember if I had my bath this week or not.
796{Griping} Just once, let me find a pair of socks that don't have holes in 'em.
797{Coughing a few times, lightly} *Coughing*
798{A few heavy coughs } *Heavy coughing* Damn fog's got in my lungs again.
799{Half-joking, end with a chuckle.} This a good time for a drink?
800{Griping} Got a chill in my bones that won't come out. Too many nights out sleepin' in the Fog.
801{Singing softly to yourself the first verse of the traditional Irish song Molly Malone (also called Cockles and Mussels)} In Dublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone.
802{Singing softly to yourself the final verse of the traditional Irish song "Jug of Punch"} And when I'm dead and in my grave, no costly tombstone will I have. Just lay me down in my native peat with a jug of punch at my head and my feet.
803{A joke at your own expense, end with a hearty laugh} Keep sayin' to myself I should settle down someday... think I missed the boat on that one.
804{Singing softly to yourself the chorus of the traditional Irish song "Wild Rover"} And it's no, nay never, no nay never, no more, will I play the Wild Rover, no never no more.

DLC03_COMOldLongfellowTalkEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
805DLC03_COMOldLongfellowTalk _RelationshipScene01015375{Sincere admiration} I'd take a bullet for you, cap'n. Ain't much more I can say than that.OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.A1a
806{Sincere admiration} I think of you as a good friend, an' I ain't had many of those.OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.A2a
807{Sincere admiration} I've had a hell of a time runnin' with you, cap'n. Got no regrets.OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.A3a
808{Sincere admiration} You're the best drinkin' buddy this old cuss has ever had.OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.A4a
809{Sincere admiration} You an' I, we're a hell of a team.OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.A5a
81001015374OldLongfellow: I'd take a bullet for you, cap'n. Ain't much more I can say than that.{Approval, but measured. You don't give praise lightly.} When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.A1a
811OldLongfellow: I'd take a bullet for you, cap'n. Ain't much more I can say than that.{Approval, but measured. You don't give praise lightly.} Well, I'm still here, ain't I? You must be doin' somethin' right.OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.A2a
812OldLongfellow: I'd take a bullet for you, cap'n. Ain't much more I can say than that.{Approval, but measured. You don't give praise lightly.} Don't know that we've got much of a relationship yet, but you seem alright to me.OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.A3a
813OldLongfellow: I'd take a bullet for you, cap'n. Ain't much more I can say than that.{Approval, but measured. You don't give praise lightly.} You're handy in a fight, I'll give you that.OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.A4a
814OldLongfellow: I'd take a bullet for you, cap'n. Ain't much more I can say than that.{Approval, but measured. You don't give praise lightly.} You've got some grit, I'll give you that. Can't say that about most folks I know.OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.A5a
81501015373OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.{Wary, sizing up the player, still not sure how you feel about him.} You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.A1a
816OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.{Wary, sizing up the player, still not sure how you feel about him.} Ain't figured you out yet, so I can't rightly say.OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.A2a
817OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.{Wary, sizing up the player, still not sure how you feel about him.} Long as you don't run from a fight or nag me about my drinkin', we'll get along just fine.OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.A3a
818OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.{Wary, sizing up the player, still not sure how you feel about him.} If it's love an' admiration you're after, then you picked the wrong man to run with.OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.A4a
819OldLongfellow: When we first met, I figured you were just another Commonwealth scavver. Maybe I was wrong. Guess we'll see.{Wary, sizing up the player, still not sure how you feel about him.} Don't know yet. I'm still tryin' to figure out if you're worth a damn.OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.A5a
82001015372OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.{Angry at the player, who just asked how your relationship is} Pretty damn bad, I'd say.OldLongfellow: Well that's a damn foolish question.A1a
821OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.{Angry at the player, who just asked how your relationship is} You've been actin' like a worthless Commonwealth scavver. Don't know why I'm still here, to be honest.OldLongfellow: Well that's a damn foolish question.A2a
822OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.{Angry at the player, who just asked how your relationship is} If you've been tryin' to piss me off, it's workin'.OldLongfellow: Well that's a damn foolish question.A3a
823OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.{Angry at the player, who just asked how your relationship is} You keep on like you have been, an' we'll be partin' on real bad terms.OldLongfellow: Well that's a damn foolish question.A4a
824OldLongfellow: You ain't the worst Commonwealth scavver I've met, if that's what you're askin'.{Angry at the player, who just asked how your relationship is} Seems clear you don't give a damn what I think.OldLongfellow: Well that's a damn foolish question.A5a
82501015371OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.{Snapping, very angry at the player} Well that's a damn foolish question.A1a
826OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.{Snapping, very angry at the player} You tryin' to piss me off even more, askin' somethin' like that?A2a
827OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.{Snapping, very angry at the player} Why bother answerin' when you've already shown you don't give a damn what I say?A3a
828OldLongfellow: Pretty damn bad, I'd say.{Snapping, very angry at the player} Don't know why I'm still watchin' your back. Must be too damn stubborn for my own good.A4a
829DLC03_COMOldLongfellowTalk _TalkScene0101537E{Irritated, unhappy with the player} What now?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
830{Irritated, unhappy with the player} What the hell do you want?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
831{Irritated, unhappy with the player} Make it quick.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
832{Irritated, unhappy with the player} Just say what you want, an' let's get on with it.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
833{Irritated, unhappy with the player} Well, spit it out.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
834{Annoyed with the player, not really wanting to chat with him} Talk fast.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
835{Annoyed with the player, not really wanting to chat with him} What is it?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
836{Annoyed with the player, not really wanting to chat with him} Yeah? What?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
837{Annoyed with the player, not really wanting to chat with him} Got somethin' to say?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
838{Annoyed with the player, not really wanting to chat with him} Let me guess, you're goin' to tell me to do somethin'.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
839{Neutral, ambivalent, player wants to talk to you } I'm listenin'.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
840{Neutral, ambivalent, player wants to talk to you } Go ahead.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
841{Neutral, ambivalent, player wants to talk to you } What's on your mind?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
842{Neutral, ambivalent, player wants to talk to you } You need somethin'?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
843{Neutral, ambivalent, player wants to talk to you } What's the plan?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
844{Friendly, you admire the player and are happy to talk to him} Hey cap'n, what's up?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
845{Friendly, you admire the player and are happy to talk to him} Go ahead, cap'n.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
846{Friendly, you admire the player and are happy to talk to him} Whatcha got for me, cap'n?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
847{Friendly, you admire the player and are happy to talk to him} Somethin' you need from me?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
848{Friendly, you admire the player and are happy to talk to him} Got somethin' you need done?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
849{You have great respect and fondness fo rthe player, who is like a best friend.} Anythin' you need, cap'n?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
850{You have great respect and fondness fo rthe player, who is like a best friend.} What can I do for you, cap'n?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
851{You have great respect and fondness fo rthe player, who is like a best friend.} Always happy to help you out.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
852{You have great respect and fondness fo rthe player, who is like a best friend.} Just say what you need, an' it's as good as done.Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
853{You have great respect and fondness fo rthe player, who is like a best friend.} New orders, cap'n?Player Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.A
8540101537DPlayer Default: I need you to get out of your Power Armor.Will do.A1a
8550101537CPlayer Default: That's all for now.Whatever you say.B1a
856Player Default: That's all for now.Suit yourself.B2a
857Player Default: That's all for now.Back to it, then.B3a
858Player Default: That's all for now.Right then.B4a
859Player Default: That's all for now.Fine.B5a
8600101537BPlayer Default: It's time for us to part ways.{A friendly parting} Whatever you say, cap'n. Just make sure you stop in for a drink sometime an' tell me what I've missed.X1a
861Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{A friendly parting} Good luck, then, cap'n.X2a
862Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{A friendly parting} Come find me if you need me again, an' I'll be ready. Might even be sober, too.X3a
863Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{A friendly parting} Well, if that's what you want, I won't complain. First time for everythin' I suppose.X4a
864Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Annoyed with the player, happy to be rid of him} Suits me just fine. You were getting' on my nerves anyway.X5a
865Player Default: It's time for us to part ways.{Annoyed with the player, happy to be rid of him} I think that's best for us both. If I'd stuck around much longer, I'd have ended up shootin' you in the back.X6a
8660101537AY1a

DLC03AtomM01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
867DLC03AtomM01_GrandZealotTurnIn_Scene01046006Player Default: Then it will be so.{Aghast / Angry} You gone off your rocker?! You can't seriously be thinkin' of joinin' these crazies.GrandZealot: Head inside and present the icon to the High Confessor once his sermon is done. He'll be interested to see that.A1a
86801046005Player Default: Shame. Well, should you decide to heed Atom's call, return.{Grousing, but in agreement that the player chose not to join the Children of Atom / Stern} Can't believe you'd even consider signin' up with these fanatics.GrandZealot: Head inside and present the icon to the High Confessor once his sermon is done. He'll be interested to see that.B1a
86901046004Player Default: Good.{Bitter, hostile / Angry} What's there to learn, besides lettin' madmen tell you how to live and pretendin' to worship somethin' that don't exist?GrandZealot: Head inside and present the icon to the High Confessor once his sermon is done. He'll be interested to see that.X1a

DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleusEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
870DLC03CoA_DialogueNucleus _HighConfessorGreetScene01046002Player Default: Do you not believe we have tried?{Defiant, challenging / Defiant} They damn well better make peace. These lunatics so much as lift a finger against Far Harbor, there'll be consequences for all of 'em.HighConfessorTektus: For years, my predecessor begged for peace while Far Harbor fortified their bastion of heresy.A1a
87101046001Player Default: Precisely. The only way to deal with an infection - cleanse the wound and cauterize the flesh.{Warning / Stern} You better just be tellin' these lunatics what they want to hear.HighConfessorTektus: For years, my predecessor begged for peace while Far Harbor fortified their bastion of heresy.B1a

DLC03DialogueKasumiAcadiaEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
872DLC03DialogueKasumi_01_MQ03Scene01044896Player Default: Good luck.{A little confused, but otherwise cheerful and ready for an adventure / Friendly} Can't say I know much about robots an' computers, but I'm up for anythin', long as there's a strong drink at the end of it.A1a

DLC03FarHarborM01Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
873DLC03FarHarborM01_100_Intto01044174Player Default: Huh? *chuckle* You running for office? If that's the truth, we don't deserve you.{Neutral} Just mind you don't let 'em take advantage of you.TeddyWright: Most folk here are set in their ways, yes? Makes no difference how hard you try to get in good with them.A1a
87401044173Player Default: Well, hold on now. There's reasons for people's... color.{Greedy / Amused} Sounds like you just need to charge 'em more for your services.TeddyWright: Most folk here are set in their ways, yes? Makes no difference how hard you try to get in good with them.B1a
87501044172Player Default: Huh? What? Caps, eh? Make some money and help at the same time. Respectable.{Agreement, friendly / Friendly} That's all the reason you need.TeddyWright: Most folk here are set in their ways, yes? Makes no difference how hard you try to get in good with them.X1a

DLC03MQ02Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
876DLC03MQ02_0500_MeetingLongfellow0101663CYou ready to head to Acadia?Player Default: Let's go, Longfellow.A
877010167ACPlayerVoiceFemale01: Captain Avery said you can get me to Acadia.{Irritated} Heard there was a scuffle out there. You get your hands dirty? Hmph.OldLongfellow: I'm done leadin' people to their deaths in the Fog.A1a
878010167ABOldLongfellow: Heard there was a scuffle out there. You get your hands dirty? Hmph.{Irritated} I'm done leadin' people to their deaths in the Fog.A1a
879{Somber} Last fella couldn't keep up. Didn't last five minutes.Player Default: Some parents are worried about their runaway daughter. She went to Acadia and I need to find her.A1b
880010167A8Player Default: Everyone's got their price. How many caps is this going to run me?{Stern} Keep your caps. If you're set on doin' this, I'll take my pay in whiskey.X1a
881The bartender, Mitch, sells it. Grab me a flask, and then we can work on getting' you to Acadia alive.OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.X1b
882010167A7Player Default: Can you tell me about Acadia?{Thinking} Strange folk like there. Call themselves synths.Y1a
883{Somber} Seems to me they just want to be left alone. To live their life in peace.Y1b
884{Somber} They've done some good turns for us islanders. The Fog Condensers, most especially.Y1c
885{Irritated} Wouldn't even be a Far Harbor left without those.Player Default: Some parents are worried about their runaway daughter. She went to Acadia and I need to find her.Y1d
886Player Default: Can you tell me about Acadia?{Thinking} The Condensers are a tricky bit of science. They keep the Fog away.Y2a
887{Irritated} Powered by the Wind Farm the synth fellas got up and running.Y2b
888{Irritated} Us islanders don't particularly like being obligated to them, but there you have it.Player Default: Some parents are worried about their runaway daughter. She went to Acadia and I need to find her.Y2c
889010167A2Player Default: The bartender, Mitch, sells it. Grab me a flask, and then we can work on getting' you to Acadia alive.{Stern} I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.OldLongfellow: Still won't be easy. You stock up on your necessities, Rad-X and the like.A1a
890010167A1OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.Still won't be easy. You stock up on your necessities, Rad-X and the like.OldLongfellow: Then the real work can begin.A1a
891010167A0OldLongfellow: Still won't be easy. You stock up on your necessities, Rad-X and the like.Then the real work can begin.Player Default: Let's go, Longfellow.A1a
8920101679EPlayer Default: Don't order me around, old man.{Irritated} You want to make this a one-way trip? Then, by all means, ignore me.B1a
893{Stern} If you want to live, then heed me.Player Default: Let's go, Longfellow.B1b
8940101679DPlayer Default: I need to take care of a few things.Handle your necessities, then. Off with you.OldLongfellow: Follow me, then.X1a
8950101679CPlayer Default: Should I make any other preparations?Ammo, Stimpaks, maybe a rocket or three. Worse than Mirelurks out there.Player Default: Let's go, Longfellow.Y1a
89601016797Player Default: Handle your necessities, then. Off with you.Follow me, then.A1a
897DLC03MQ02_0500a_CompassionLongfellow01042E7CPlayer Default: If that's the way you choose to live, that's your affair.{Surprise mixed with derision / Surprised} Christ almighty, you've seen better days, haven't ya?.A1a
898{Snarky, good-antured mocking / Thinking} Can't imagine livin' with a face like that. Suppose I'll have to help you out of pity.OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.A1b
89901020E1EPlayer Default: If that's the way you choose to live, that's your affair.Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.OldLongfellow: Until then, we're done.A1a
90001020E1DOldLongfellow: Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.{Stern} Until then, we're done.A1a
90101020DF4{Question} If someone's headed for Acadia, there's always a story. Yours worth dying over? Eh?Player Default: I've done a whole lot more for a whole lot less.A1a
90201020DF3Player Default: I've done a whole lot more for a whole lot less.{Impressed} Clever with words, are ya?OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.A1a
903Player Default: I've done a whole lot more for a whole lot less.If that's the way you choose to live, that's your affair.Companion: Look, if that girl's in some kind of trouble, time could be running out. We need your help.A2a
90401020DF2Player Default: This girl's all her family has. You'd have to be a real wretch not to give a damn.Bah. This goes against all reason... But...OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.B1a
905Player Default: This girl's all her family has. You'd have to be a real wretch not to give a damn.Some mainlander family ain't no affair of mine.Companion: Come on, give us a break. That girl could be in trouble.B2a
90601020DF1Player Default: Everyone's got their price. How many caps is this going to run me?Keep your caps. If you're set on doin' this, I'll take my pay in whiskey.X1a
907The bartender, Mitch, sells it. Grab me a flask, and then we'll see about getting' you to Acadia alive.OldLongfellow: Christ almighty, you've seen better days, haven't ya?.X1b
90801020DF0Player Default: The runaway's name is Kasumi. You know about her?Sounds like Captain Avery's been runnin' her mouth again. She should know better than to stick her nose where it's not wanted.Y1a
909Maybe I heard of her, maybe not.Player Default: I've done a whole lot more for a whole lot less.Y1b
910DLC03MQ02_0500b_ToughLongfellow01020E27OldLongfellow: Sling a bit of lead on the Hull and now you think you're ready to walk in the Fog, do ya?{Somber} Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.Player Default: I helped the Harbor out. I figure all of you owe me something, at least.A1a
91101020E26Player Default: I helped the Harbor out. I figure all of you owe me something, at least.{Thinking} Hm. I suppose there's a bit of truth there.OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.A1a
912Player Default: I helped the Harbor out. I figure all of you owe me something, at least.If you're lookin' to square away some debt with the Harbor, then you can get in line behind me.OldLongfellow: Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.A2a
91301020E25Player Default: Not all mainlanders have fully functional power armor, though.{Impressed} On that account you'd be right. Fine.OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.B1a
914Player Default: Not all mainlanders have fully functional power armor, though.{Impressed} Truth be told, no. This goes against my better judgement...OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.B2a
915Player Default: Not all mainlanders have fully functional power armor, though.Compared to our island, I figure it's a right playground.OldLongfellow: Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.B3a
91601020E24Player Default: Everyone's got their price. How many caps is this going to run me?Keep your caps. If you're set on doin' this, I'll take my pay in whiskey.X1a
917The bartender, Mitch, sells it. Grab me a flask, and then we can work on getting' you to Acadia alive.OldLongfellow: Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.X1b
91801020E23Player Default: If you don't give a damn about mainlanders, what do you care if I die out there?Don't care much. But I got better things to do than guide fools to their death.Player Default: I helped the Harbor out. I figure all of you owe me something, at least.Y1a
91901020E1BPlayer Default: Hm. I suppose there's a bit of truth there.Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.OldLongfellow: Until then, we're done.A1a
92001020E1AOldLongfellow: Listen, if you're dead set on this foolishness - get me a bottle of whiskey from the bartender, Mitch.Until then, we're done.A1a
92101020DEB{Amused} Sling a bit of lead on the Hull and now you think you're ready to walk in the Fog, do ya?OldLongfellow: Things you'll see inland make that look like a Sunday stroll.A1a
922DLC03MQ02_0500c _LongfellowWantsWhiskey0101663CYou got my whiskey yet?Player Default: Here you go.A
92301020DFCPlayer Default: Here you go.{Friendly} Ah, now you're talkin'.OldLongfellow: I can get you to Acadia, but you've got to listen to me. Go where I say. When I say it.A1a
924Player Default: Here you go.I ain't in no rush if you're not.A2a
92501020DFBPlayer Default: I don't have it yet.No skin off my nose.B1a
92601020DFAPlayer Default: Goodbye.Hope you wise up and leave. Safer that way.X1a
92701020DF9Player Default: Can't I just pay you?If you need me, then we do this my way. One bottle of whiskey.Y1a
928DLC03MQ02_0600_OldLongfellowEscort01032C28OldLongfellow: Let's head out of town.Acadia's above the Fog line on the mountain. It's a bit of a hike.A1a
929You might want to take this for the road. Tastes foul as sin, but it'll help.OldLongfellow: We need to move through the main drag. Old mountain trail is where we're headed.A1b
930010324DBOldLongfellow: You might want to take this for the road. Tastes foul as sin, but it'll help.We need to move through the main drag. Old mountain trail is where we're headed.OldLongfellow: The Fog ain't like nothin' you've seen in the Commonwealth.A1a
931010324DAOldLongfellow: We need to move through the main drag. Old mountain trail is where we're headed.The Fog ain't like nothin' you've seen in the Commonwealth.OldLongfellow: Mainlanders think a dose of Rad-Away's all you need. Haha.A1a
932010324D9OldLongfellow: The Fog ain't like nothin' you've seen in the Commonwealth.Mainlanders think a dose of Rad-Away's all you need. Haha.OldLongfellow: Tracks. Fresh ones. Trappers ahead.A1a
933010324D8OldLongfellow: Mainlanders think a dose of Rad-Away's all you need. Haha.Tracks. Fresh ones. Trappers ahead.OldLongfellow: When the bullets start flyin', find cover. Keep your head down if you want to live.A1a
934010324D7OldLongfellow: Tracks. Fresh ones. Trappers ahead.When the bullets start flyin', find cover. Keep your head down if you want to live.OldLongfellow: You're not half bad in a scrap.A1a
935010324D6OldLongfellow: When the bullets start flyin', find cover. Keep your head down if you want to live.You're not half bad in a scrap.OldLongfellow: Figured I'd have to take care of the lot of them. Might just make a proper Far Harborman out of you. *Chuckle*A1a
936010324D5OldLongfellow: You're not half bad in a scrap.Figured I'd have to take care of the lot of them. Might just make a proper Far Harborman out of you. *Chuckle*OldLongfellow: See. The Fog can do a number on you. Gets you all turned around. Does somethin' to your brain.A1a
937OldLongfellow: You're not half bad in a scrap.Figured I'd have to take care of the lot of them. Might just make a proper Far Harborwoman out of you. *Chuckle*OldLongfellow: See. The Fog can do a number on you. Gets you all turned around. Does somethin' to your brain.A2a
938010324D4OldLongfellow: Figured I'd have to take care of the lot of them. Might just make a proper Far Harborman out of you. *Chuckle*See. The Fog can do a number on you. Gets you all turned around. Does somethin' to your brain.OldLongfellow: Trappers were mean to begin with, but now...A1a
939010324D3OldLongfellow: Trappers were mean to begin with, but now...Here's the mountain trail. We stick to this and we'll make it to Acadia.OldLongfellow: Game trails crisscross the road, so don't be surprised if we got local wildlife to deal with.A1a
940010324D2OldLongfellow: See. The Fog can do a number on you. Gets you all turned around. Does somethin' to your brain.Trappers were mean to begin with, but now...OldLongfellow: Here's the mountain trail. We stick to this and we'll make it to Acadia.A1a
941010324D1OldLongfellow: Here's the mountain trail. We stick to this and we'll make it to Acadia.Game trails crisscross the road, so don't be surprised if we got local wildlife to deal with.OldLongfellow: You like them puppies? We grow everything extra mean on the island.A1a
942010324D0OldLongfellow: Game trails crisscross the road, so don't be surprised if we got local wildlife to deal with.You like them puppies? We grow everything extra mean on the island.OldLongfellow: Still got a ways to go.A1a
943010324CFOldLongfellow: You like them puppies? We grow everything extra mean on the island.Still got a ways to go.OldLongfellow: Hear that? Crawler.A1a
944010324CAOldLongfellow: Still got a ways to go.Hear that? Crawler.OldLongfellow: They usually stick to the Deep Fog. Best we steer clear.A1a
945010324C9OldLongfellow: Hear that? Crawler.They usually stick to the Deep Fog. Best we steer clear.OldLongfellow: But you never know.A1a
946010324C8OldLongfellow: They usually stick to the Deep Fog. Best we steer clear.But you never know.OldLongfellow: When I was a young lad, no higher than your knee, whole island was covered in Fog.A1a
947010324C7Let's head out of town.OldLongfellow: Acadia's above the Fog line on the mountain. It's a bit of a hike.A1a
948010324C6OldLongfellow: But you never know.When I was a young lad, no higher than your knee, whole island was covered in Fog.OldLongfellow: The Fog eventually rolled back. People resettled, but they got comfortable. Started takin' things for granted.A1a
949010324C5OldLongfellow: When I was a young lad, no higher than your knee, whole island was covered in Fog.The Fog eventually rolled back. People resettled, but they got comfortable. Started takin' things for granted.OldLongfellow: Folk got short memories, all this has happened before.A1a
950010324C4OldLongfellow: The Fog eventually rolled back. People resettled, but they got comfortable. Started takin' things for granted.Folk got short memories, all this has happened before.OldLongfellow: Gulper's got a fondness for fresh water.A1a
951010324BEOldLongfellow: Folk got short memories, all this has happened before.Gulper's got a fondness for fresh water.OldLongfellow: A small Gulper, like the ones in these parts, is a fair challenge.A1a
952010324BDOldLongfellow: Gulper's got a fondness for fresh water.A small Gulper, like the ones in these parts, is a fair challenge.OldLongfellow: Now the big ones, they can grow two... three times the size of a man. Good thing you don't see too many of them around.A1a
953010324BCOldLongfellow: A small Gulper, like the ones in these parts, is a fair challenge.Now the big ones, they can grow two... three times the size of a man. Good thing you don't see too many of them around.A1a
954DLC03MQ02_0600b _OldLongfellowEscortEnd0104D2F1Good riddance. Let's keep movin'.OldLongfellow: Up ahead, the air's clean. No Fog.A1a
955If you're done wastin' time with the fanatic, let's move on.OldLongfellow: Up ahead, the air's clean. No Fog.A2a
956010324BBOldLongfellow: Good riddance. Let's keep movin'.Up ahead, the air's clean. No Fog.OldLongfellow: Acadia's not too far now.A1a
957010324BAOldLongfellow: Up ahead, the air's clean. No Fog.Acadia's not too far now.A1a
958DLC03MQ02_0650a _ChildrenLongfellow0104238AChildrenPreacher: Stringing one more soul to their damnation, old man?{Derisive, hostile / Disgust} Well, what have we here? Another rad-worshippin' lunatic, that's what.ChildrenPreacher: Your barbs do not harm me. I am shielded by my faith.A1a
95901042388ChildrenPreacher: Your barbs do not harm me. I am shielded by my faith.{Irritated} How 'bout bullets? Faith shield ya against those, too?Player Default: Let's just settle down, OK?A1a
96001042387Player Default: Let's just settle down, OK?You're right. Waste of ammo.ChildrenPreacher: Do not sully this one with your blasphemy, old man.A1a
96101042386Player Default: Go ahead and shoot her, then.She ain't worth wastin' ammo on. Too bad I left my huntin' knife at home.ChildrenPreacher: Do not sully this one with your blasphemy, old man.B1a
96201042385Player Default: Sounds like none of my business.Lucky for you.ChildrenPreacher: Do not sully this one with your blasphemy, old man.X1a
96301042384Player Default: Who's she?One of them Children of Atom preachers. Started off as pests, now they're more like a menace.ChildrenPreacher: Do not sully this one with your blasphemy, old man.Y1a
964DLC03MQ02_0650c _PreacherKilled0104D2F0Good riddance. Let's keep movin'.A1a
965DLC03MQ02_0700 _LongfellowEnd01042E7BPlayer Default: You should come with me. I can still use your help.{Thinking it over, then warming up to the player, making a joke / Friendly} Hm. Alright, why the hell not. Beats drinkin' alone.A1a
96601042E7APlayer Default: I can handle things from here.{Measured, halfway between neutral and friendly, admiration / Neutral} Good luck in there. And I'm serious about the offer.B1a
967{Neutral} You ever want to hunt the forests and waters of the island together, I could think of worse things to do.B1b
96801042E79Player Default: Maybe later, Longfellow.{With respect, almost friendly / Neutral} All right, but I'm serious about the offer.X1a
969You ever want to hunt the forests and waters of the island together, I could think of worse things to do.X1b
97001042E78Player Default: Leaving already? Don't you want to see what happens next?{Intrigued / Neutral} You sayin' you want me to stick around an' watch your back?Player Default: You should come with me. I can still use your help.Y1a
971010324C1And we've arrived.OldLongfellow: Acadia's already been watchin' us for a good spell. If you want to talk with them just go inside.A1a
972010324C0OldLongfellow: And we've arrived.Acadia's already been watchin' us for a good spell. If you want to talk with them just go inside.A1a
973They'll be waitin' for you.OldLongfellow: You need my help again, you come see me.A1b
974010324BFOldLongfellow: They'll be waitin' for you.You need my help again, you come see me.A1a
975{Friendly} Got a cabin just outside of Far Harbor. Good place to tool up your gear, get some rest, or get stinkin' drunk.A1b
976{Friendly} Just make sure if you're bringin' a bottle of somethin' strong, there's enough to share.Player Default: You should come with me. I can still use your help.A1c
977-0101663BKeep your guard up.
978Don't stray too far.
979Deep Fog has all manner of nasties.

DLC03MQ03Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
980DLC03MQ03_02_KasumiGreetScene0104489CPlayer Default: You... You're a what? You came all this way... for me?{Impressed by the player's courage / Impressed} Went to some trouble, in fact. Took a walk through the fog to find you.Kasumi: Look, my mom and dad... I mean, those people that were taking care of me. They wouldn't want me back. Not if they knew the truth.A1a
9810104489BKasumi: What if DiMA is so open and welcoming because he's actually hiding something from us? A plan to wipe out the rest of the island?{Curious, a little concerned / Concerned} DiMA turning on Far Harbor. Now that would be cause for concern...Player Default: I'll help if I can, but that's not much to go on.A1a
9820104489APlayer Default: All right. Good luck. Let me know what you find out.{Uncertain, you feel like you're getting into trouble over your head / Concerned} Whatever we find out, I hope there's a way to make some caps out of it.A1a
983DLC03MQ03_03a _EavesdropCompanionReaction01044899{Wary, growing concern / Concerned} Only reason I can think of to get rid of memories is cause you don't like what's in 'em.A1a
984{Sheepish admission / Sarcastic} Truth be told, it's half the reason I drink as much as I do.A1b
985DLC03MQ03_04_DiMAPersuade01044898DiMA: Those projections were merely to help us realize the cost of inaction.{Skeptical, suspicious / Suspicious} Sounds like a lot of fancy talk aimed at throwin' us off the trail. Must mean we're on to somethin'.Player Default: If this thing involves the whole island, then you need help. I can be your problem-solver if you let me in.A1a
98601044897DiMA: Our ultimate goal must be to bring peace. If you attack them, they'll consider themselves at war with the outside world.{Dark, bloodthirsty} I've got no love for those mindless fanatics at the Nucleus. I won't complain if it comes to violence. Hell, I'm hopin' it does.A1a

DLC03MQ05Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
987DLC03MQ05_0100_ConfrontDiMA01044ACAPlayer Default: If it means peace for the island... all right. Tell me the plan.{Eager, liking this plan / Confident} You want to take out the leader of them rad-worshippin' fanatics? Count me in.DiMA: I promise you, as long as Far Harbor stands, I will make sure that Acadia does everything to make up for my crimes.A1a
98801044AC9Player Default: Please. Consider it.{Eager for violence / Confident} That's some dirty work I'd be happy to do.DiMA: I promise you, as long as Far Harbor stands, I will make sure that Acadia does everything to make up for my crimes.B1a
98901044124Player Default: Yes... yes... No one leaves this world clean. Sacrifices have to be made...{Cold, bitter / Angry} Anyone who expects a machine to value human life is foolin' themselves.DiMA: I'm... starting to see things more clearly. We have to keep this secret from Far Harbor.A1a
99001044123Player Default: Maybe you're right. The compromises I've made... All without even knowing...{Disapproving / Angry} You're expectin' us to feel sorry for you? That's not happenin'.DiMA: I'm... starting to see things more clearly. We have to keep this secret from Far Harbor.B1a
99101044122Player Default: You're right. We have to focus on what has to be done now.{Indignant, disapproving / Angry} So, you're just goin' to sweep it all under the rug, then? That's cowardly an' it's shameful.DiMA: I'm... starting to see things more clearly. We have to keep this secret from Far Harbor.X1a
99201044120Player Default: Thank you... Maybe the... guilt, will keep me focused...{Angry, disapproving / Angry} You know as well as I do that the people in Far Harbor deserve to know the truth.DiMA: As horrifying as it might be to suggest, this memory you've recovered has... given us a new option.A1a
9930104411FPlayer Default: You have to do what you feel is right, but think about the consequences carefully before you act.{Derision / Angry} Don't listen to him. He's just tryin' to cover his ass.DiMA: As horrifying as it might be to suggest, this memory you've recovered has... given us a new option.B1a
9940104411EPlayer Default: Make your case to the people of Far Harbor, DiMA. Let them decide.{Disapproving, angry / Angry} Should have thought of that before he killed an innocent woman.DiMA: As horrifying as it might be to suggest, this memory you've recovered has... given us a new option.X1a
995DLC03MQ05_0400_TeddyExaminesSkull0104411CPlayer Default: Collateral what? Ah yes. You got good instincts there.{Disapproving, bitter / Angry} So that cold-blooded synth bastard gets away with it, then. All thanks to you.TeddyWright: Listen, I ain't telling no one nothing. If a single word got out...A1a
9960104411BPlayer Default: Make him what? Pay. No argument here. It's... diabolical.{Angry, vindictive / Angry} You're goddamn right he's goin' to pay.TeddyWright: Listen, I ain't telling no one nothing. If a single word got out...B1a
997DLC03MQ05_0500b_AveryAsksPC01044118Player Default: Don't do this. Do not kill Captain Avery.{Disapproving of the player's choice / Suspicious} Wonderin' that myself.AllenLee: First thing's first.A1a
99801044117Player Default: See? See the mainlander gets it.{Wary / Stern} For all we know, that thing might be programmed to kill everyone in their sleep. Best not to take the chance.AllenLee: First thing's first.B1a
99901044116Player Default: Good call.{Approving / Neutral} That's for the best. We islanders can handle our own business.AllenLee: First thing's first.X1a
1000DLC03MQ05_0700_JusticeForDiMA01044114Player Default: I know that's no comfort to the person whose life I took...{Challenging, angry / Angry} The greater good didn't do much for Captain Avery, now did it?DiMA: I wanted to prove that humanity and synth could co-exist. That we did not have to fear each other. But I went too far. I see that now...A1a
100101044113Player Default: Yes... I am...{Neutral} No sense dancin' around the truth.DiMA: I wanted to prove that humanity and synth could co-exist. That we did not have to fear each other. But I went too far. I see that now...B1a
100201044110Player Default: You're not... Even... You... Goddammit.{Derisive, disapproving / Irritated} Allen always was a rabble-rouser. Makes him feel big an' important.SandraLee: Don't listen to the mainlander. My brother knows what we got to do!A1a
10030104410FPlayer Default: Even the Mainlander sees I'm right.{Uncertain / Concerned} Ain't sure you need to take it that far. The synths up at Acadia haven't done anythin' wrong.SandraLee: Acadia's going to burn!B1a
10040104410EPlayer Default: Why... you... I ought to.{Amused / Amused} Hah, can't tell you how many times I've told him the same thing.SandraLee: Don't listen to the mainlander. My brother knows what we got to do!X1a
1005DLC03MQ05_0800_PreAcadiaAttack0104410CPlayer Default: Haha. I like it.{Disapproving / Worried} Ain't goin' to be much of a fight. More like a massacre.AllenLee: Everyone! Attack!A1a
10060104410BPlayer Default: Too late for that.{Regretful / Worried} Shouldn't have let things get this far to begin with.AllenLee: Everyone! Attack!B1a
1007DLC03MQ05_0900_PostAcadiaWipeOut01044108Player Default: Damned straight.{Grave doubts / Stern} I didn't sign on to butcher synths. I'm startin' to wonder if I should have signed on at all.AllenLee: For your part in this: here.A1a
100801044107Player Default: Innocents, my ass. They had it coming.{Disapproving, disagreement / Stern} Can't see how they had this comin'. They were no wiser to DiMA's crimes than DiMA himself.AllenLee: For your part in this: here.B1a

DLC03MQ06_NukeHandlingEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1009DLC03MQ06_NukeHandling _CompanionReact_Stage_10001044C6D{Nuclear bomb countdown underway, run! / Afraid} Let's get the hell out of here!A1a
1010DLC03MQ06_NukeHandling _CompanionReact_Stage_15001044C6C{Triumphant. Shouting at the nuclear blast that wiped the fanatics you don't like. / Defiant} There, you bunch of rot-brained lunatics. Have all the radiation you like!A1a

DLC03MQ06_WindFarmHandlingEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1011DLC03MQ06 _WindFarmHandling_LongfellowScene01044C6A{A warning / Stern} Ain't this the place that manages the town's power? Better you not touch anythin'.A1a

DLC03MQ06aEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1012DLC03MQ06a_DiMAScene01044C6EPlayer Default: You did... hmm. Perhaps not an ideal resolution, but I suppose the end result is the same.{A little disappointed / Irritated} Still think we should have just wiped out the lot of those fanatics, but I guess this'll do.DiMA: Peace can finally come to the island...A1a

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05Edit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1013DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned 05LongfellowIntro01043FE6{Somber} That's right. Shipbreaker, I call her. A wily old beast. I've put all the Harbormen on the lookout for her.OldLongfellow: I expect they've told you about how to use the radio to tell when she's nearby?A1a
101401043FE1{Friendly} I wish you better luck than I've had.OldLongfellow: If you do spot her, I'd be grateful if you'd come an' fetch me.A1a
101501043FE0Player Default: I can't believe you've spent years tracking down a Fog Crawler.{Disgust} I wouldn't expect a mainlander to understand.OldLongfellow: If you do spot her, I'd be grateful if you'd come an' fetch me.B1a
101601043FDFPlayer Default: It's the Fog Crawler! The great white Fog... nope, just a plain, ordinary old Fog Crawler.{Stern} Have your fun. You'll be laughin' out the other side of your face if you meet Shipbreaker in the Fog.OldLongfellow: If you do spot her, I'd be grateful if you'd come an' fetch me.X1a
101701043FDEPlayer Default: I didn't really understand how you can track this Fog Crawler with a radio.{Thinking} Well, it started when I noticed people's radios weren't workin' right when I was checkin' out a sightin' of her.Y1a
1018{Puzzled} Figured out quick it was more than a coincidence. Couldn't say what the radios are pickin' up from her, but it's somethin'.Y1b
1019{Thinking} Maybe all them years she's spent in the Fog are causin' her to give off a signal that interferes with radio waves.Y1c
1020{Confident} The why of it don't much matter to me. What does matter is that it works.Y1d
102101043FDDPlayer Default: I wish you better luck than I've had.{Friendly} If you do spot her, I'd be grateful if you'd come an' fetch me.A1a
1022{Somber} She's taken more than a few friends of mine over the years.A1b
1023{Stern} Or, if it's my time, I'd just as soon meet my end at her claws as any other way.A1c
102401043FCAOldLongfellow: That's right. Shipbreaker, I call her. A wily old beast. I've put all the Harbormen on the lookout for her.{Question} I expect they've told you about how to use the radio to tell when she's nearby?A1a
1025{Impressed} I figure that fancy portable radio you've got strapped to your wrist should do the trick.A1b
1026OldLongfellow: That's right. Shipbreaker, I call her. A wily old beast. I've put all the Harbormen on the lookout for her.{Conspiratorial} Like they said, you can use a radio to tell when she's nearby.A2a
1027DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05 LongfellowOutroCompanion0104635B{Grateful} Don't know about restin' easy, but it's one less thing to worry about.OldLongfellow: Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.A1a
1028DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05 LongfellowOutroSolo0104635AOldLongfellow: I'm glad about that. Just wish I could have been in on the kill.{Thinking} Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.A1a
1029{Thinking} Walkin' in the Fog willl be a bit less... interestin' now that I don't have to wonder if she might be lurkin' behind the next rock.A1b
1030{Somber} Kept me on my toes, she did. For that, I'm grateful, in spite of the sorrow she visited on the island.OldLongfellow: Here, you may as well have my trusty old harpoon gun. I was savin' it for deliverin' the killin' blow to Shipbreaker, but now you should have it.A1c
103101046359Player Default: No need to worry about Shipbreaker any more. She's dead.{Concerned} I'm glad about that. Just wish I could have been in on the kill.OldLongfellow: Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.A1a
103201046358Player Default: No need to worry about Shipbreaker any more. She's dead.{Impressed} About damn time that monster met her end.OldLongfellow: Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.A1a
103301046357Player Default: I just killed Shipbreaker on my first try. You're not much of a hunter, are you?{Irritated} Ever heard of beginner's luck? Haha. Aw, hell, I don't begrudge you your pride. If you took down that monster, you've earned it.OldLongfellow: Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.B1a
103401046356Player Default: I took care of Shipbreaker for you.{Impressed} Did you now? That's damned impressive, especially for a mainlander.OldLongfellow: Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.X1a
103501046355Player Default: Why is tracking down this Fog Crawler so important to you?{Somber} She's not like an ordinary beast. She's vicious, and kills for no good reason.Y1a
1036{Afraid} Don't know if it's the Fog that did it, or just somethin' twisted in her nature, but she ain't like anythin' I've ever faced before.Y1b
1037{Angry} By now, it's personal. She's hurt a lot of people on this island. I intend to be there when she finally goes down.OldLongfellow: Funny thing is, happy as I am that she's gone, I think I'm goin' to miss her in a way.Y1c
103801046350OldLongfellow: Kept me on my toes, she did. For that, I'm grateful, in spite of the sorrow she visited on the island.{Grateful} Here, you may as well have my trusty old harpoon gun. I was savin' it for deliverin' the killin' blow to Shipbreaker, but now you should have it.A1a
1039DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05 LongfellowScene01043FDC{Question} What do you want to know?A1a
1040{Question} What is it? Has she turned up again?A2a
104101043FD7{Stern} I'd appreciate that. I'd like to be there to finally put her down.A1a
104201043FD6Player Default: No, not yet.{Somber} Alright. I can wait as long as it takes.B1a
104301043FD5Player Default: I was wondering how she got the name "Shipbreaker"?{Thinking} Well, that goes back a few years. I started hearin' reports of people's boats being attacked by a Fog Crawler.X1a
1044{Somber} Sometimes they managed to get away. Usually they didn't.X1b
1045{Somber} Then, all that was left was their wrecked boat, with claw marks and bite marks on it that left no doubt what had happened.X1c
1046{Somber} Pretty soon, we realized this must be the same beast, and people started calling her Shipbreaker.X1d
1047DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05 LongfellowSighting01043FD3{Friendly} I'd love to come help you track her. She's taken more than a few friends of mine over the years.Player Default: Let's track her together.A1a
104801043FCEPlayer Default: Let's track her together.{Confident} I'll follow your lead.A1a
104901043FCDPlayer Default: I don't need your help.{Disgust} Good luck. You'll need it.B1a
105001043FCCPlayer Default: Maybe next time.{Defiant} You go up against Shipbreaker by yourself, an' there might not be a next time.X1a
1051DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05 LongfellowSightingCompanion01043FC6{Confident} Lead the way. She won't slip away this time.A1a
1052-01048731{Angry} You're not getting away from me this time!
1053{Angry} Come on, this is our chance to finally put an end to her!
1054{Angry} Time to end this, Shipbreaker!
105501048730{Defiant} Here she is. I knew it.
10560104872F{Worried} It's her! Shipbreaker!
10570104872E{Awed} Hard to believe Shipbreaker is finally dead.

DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05StarterEdit

#SCENETOPICDIALOGUE BEFORERESPONSE TEXTDIALOGUE AFTERABXY
1058DLC03WorkshopRadiantOwned05 StarterFirstIntro01043FC9SettlementSpokesman: He calls her "Shipbreaker". Been tracking her for years, but so far she's been too wily to catch.{Stern} She's back, eh? Good. Maybe this time I can finally take her down.Player Default: Just tell me how to find this "Shipbreaker", and I'll take care of her.A1a
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