|The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.|
Diesoon is a self-proclaimed "scribe" who was en route to join the Brotherhood of Steel when he was kidnapped by the raiders of Rock Falls to study a strange object they obtained from a force that crushed them to the West. Though he did not have much success in revealing the object's purpose, he would still be allowed to join the Brotherhood as a real scribe after he was saved by the Warrior and escorted to Bunker Alpha. He is seen in Bunker Beta some time after.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
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- "Are you from the Brotherhood of Steel? Thank goodness you're here! My name's Diesoon. I was on the way to your base to offer my services when I was apprehended. Once I told them I was a scribe, I was separated from the others and brought here to study this device. I have no idea where they stole it from, but its construction is like nothing I have ever seen. Listen, you can have the artifact if you like. Just get me out of this awful place."
- "Oh! It's you! Thank you again for saving me from those raiders. Your Brotherhood has been wonderful to me... after I finished with your Inquisitors. I've been working with your scribes and elders trying to unlock this prosthetic arm's secrets. It's still early, but we all agree that the technology is far more advanced than anything we've encountered. But time and perseverance will be needed to solve this mystery. Hey, I'm even going through basic training now! How exciting!" – Diesoon at Bunker Beta
- "Flux Capacitor? Hmmm. That would require a large power source."
- "I'm sure it's got a neural network processor somewhere."
- "It must be some sort of advanced prosthetic arm."
- "Don't forget, say the word, and I'm off."
- "I think I've contracted dysentery."
Diesoon appears only in Fallout Tactics.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Diesoon is a reference to Miles Bennet Dyson from Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The character in the movie also has an advanced mechanical arm, stored in his lab.
- Diesoon's floating text "Flux Capacitor..." is very likely refering to the Back to the Future movie, where a time travel device with the same name needs to be powered by a large power source.