|The following is based on Fallout Shelter or Fallout Shelter Online and some details might contradict canon.|
This quest takes place in a building. This quest contains mole rats in groups of two to three, raiders, and lone radscorpions. On the ground floor, in the second room, are three mole rats, two mole rats in the third room, and in the fourth room, there are a group of raiders dressed in lab coats and librarian outfits that you can speak to. Selecting the second or third dialogue option will avoid a fight. There may also be a rare outfit in the room. The rightmost room contains three mole rats. The second floor has a single radscorpion in the leftmost room who deals higher than average damage. On the third floor, there is another group of smart raiders. Selecting the second dialogue option will avoid a fight and reward you with two Nuka-Cola Quantum. There is also an additional Nuka-Cola Quantum in the room and a theme recipe fragment. To the right of the raiders are a pair of mole rats in the next room. In the room to the right of that are a pair of raiders. On the top floor, in the room second from the right, is a lone radscorpion. In the leftmost room is the raider leader dressed in a professor's outfit accompanied by two lab coat raiders. If you select the third dialogue option, you can avoid a fight, and are rewarded with three Nuka-Cola Quantum. There is also a random legendary junk in the room.
- "This is the square root of all evil."
- "“Go forth and multiply,” they said..."
|Opening message||Dweller response||Character response|
|Hold it right there, mouthbreathers!|
In order to continue, you must prove your math skills.
|No, 2 + 2 is 22, like the caliber.||That's *point* 22. Here, let me show you.|
|Only for very large values of 2.||...or very small values of 5. All right, you can go through.|
|Two and two are four.||Okay, maybe that was a little *too* simple...|
|You guys got here just in time to help settle an argument.|
Can you tell us if 1 is the same as 0.999...?
|No, 1 is larger than 0.999...||Wrong, the two are considered to be of equal value! Kill them!|
|Yes, 1 is equal to 0.999...||Indeed, it is! Here's your reward.|
|Here, check out my infinitely repeating firearm.||I think I'll make a scatter plot... of your brains!|
|So, you've managed to get this far...impressive!|
We'll move to another quadrant if you can answer this simple test.
|6÷2(1+2) = 9. Final answer.||Normally I'd agree with you, but I'm feeling negative today.|
|Easy: 6÷2(1+2) equals 1.||Maybe this was true once, but that's no longer the case.|
|The equation is ambiguous, and meant to trick people.||I can't add anything to this, you won fair and square.|
|Let me count out the answer with gunshots.||That sounds rational.|