Flick is an unclean fellow with a nasty facial-twitch. A shady character with an Italian accent, Flick fancies himself a philanthropist, helping the impoverished children of the Den by putting them to work as pickpocketers in return for some shelter and food. He is a rude and unpleasant person, though the amount of goods he amassed during his career as a caretaker make him a mandatory stop for anyone looking for new stuff to buy or just to take them back.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is a merchant.||Sells: Flick's Slum shop inventory (weapons, ammunition, armor, consumables)|
- Attacking / killing Flick will not turn the Den's residents hostile.
- Items stolen from the Chosen One's inventory by any of the pickpocketing children around the Den have a high chance of showing up for sale in Flick's shop inventory, and can be repurchased or looted off Flick's body. In earlier, unpatched versions of the game, these items would continue to be delivered to Flick's (and possibly Tubby's) corpse. In this case, they could be retrieved easily and repeatedly without cost.
|Torn old outfit||Hunting rifle||Beer x2
.44 Magnum x2
20-40 .44 Magnum JHP
40-80 12 gauge shotgun shell
50-100 .223 FMJ
10mm JHP x48
- Stuff that Flick is offering for sale cannot be pickpocketed; instead, his inventory can only be accessed by looting his body. Some of his merchandise, for instance, a .44 revolver and a hunting rifle, are decent weapons in early parts of the game yet pretty expensive to acquire through conventional trading at that point.
- Flick is quite an easy target to defeat. Therefore, killing him and looting his inventory can be quite a good option, especially for new players. In addition, killing Flick awards 5 points of Karma.
Flick appears only in Fallout 2.
- DcFlick.msg, line 151