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Harpers Ferry terminal entries are a series of entries found on terminals in Harpers Ferry in Fallout 76.

Med-Tek Sympto-Matic terminalEdit

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Med-Tek Private Property
No Unauthorized Personnel!
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Installing the Sympto-Matic at the clinic without being bombarded by questions from the staff has been difficult.

So far, I've convinced everyone that the Sympto-Matic is merely designed to make their life easier by taking blood samples, blood pressure and body temperature quickly and with hyper-accurate results.

Even though the device can fully diagnose a patient's ailments and even issue prescriptions if necessary, I feel we shouldn't implement those features until after it's been here a while. We don't want the country doctor out here taking a torch to a device that could very well become his replacement.

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After a month of tinkering, I'm confident that the Sympto-Matic has been calibrated. Here are some of the issues and tips I ran into during the process:

To avoid discomfort, the machine's rectal probe should be heated
The vocal synthesizer shouldn't exclaim "Bullseye!" every time it takes a blood sample
Liquid-proof the device's housing in case of misses when taking urine samples
During measurement cycles, the blood pressure cuffs shouldn't completely sever the patient's limb

Most of these issues were quite minor, although I'm fairly certain that there will be a lawsuit pending against Med-Tek very soon.

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Broken bones, airborne viruses, lacerations - there doesn't appear to be anything the Sympto-Matic can't handle. We may have had a rocky start, but the device is beginning to hit its stride.

I'm glad that we decided to install the fusion batteries inside the unit, as the clinic lost power last night and the device was able to operate without interruption.

It appears that we have quite a success on our hands.

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The Sympto-Matic has been at the Harpers Ferry Clinic for almost a year now, and it's outperformed all of our expectations. My fears that the machine would be seen as a threat to the staff's profession were wrong - they're actually quite appreciative of the help.

Even the clinic's doctor has taken a liking to the Sympto-Matic, likely because he no longer has to be on call twenty-four hours a day.

To call this test a success would be an understatement. It's my opinion Med-Tek should begin a full roll-out of this device immediately.

Manager's terminalEdit

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Harpers Ferry Supply Shop

11.16.76Edit

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Sales at the shop have really picked up this month. A bunch of folks are buying up all sorts of camping gear, survival equipment and canned goods.

When I ask them what they're up to, they start talking about "preparing for the end of civilization" and "the collapse of society." Sounds like crazy talk to me, but they're paying cash, so they can say whatever they like.

Of course, it gets a bit scary when they buy cases of ammunition. I don't exactly feel comfortable knowing we've got these kooks living in the mountains sitting on that kind of firepower.

01.01.77Edit

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It's not even a single day into the new year, and a fight breaks out in the street over politics.

No one knows who started it, but it didn't really matter - it's was the same old story again. One guy mouthed off about how lousy the government is handling everything and then a patriot stepped in to tell him that he was wrong. Discussion led to shouting, shouting led to insults and then the insults led to blows.

The police eventually broke it up, but this divide isn't getting any smaller. Harpers Ferry is tearing itself apart.

03.20.77Edit

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Had a fella in a fancy suit stop by the shop today. He was wearing dark sunglasses, had an earpiece and looked clean-cut. Almost too clean-cut if that makes any sense. I knew he was government way before he showed me his ID.

He started asking questions about the folks who've been stockpiling all the supplies, then asked me to give him names and addresses. I refused at first, but then he asked to see my tax records. I caught his drift, so I gave him the copies of my receipts. He left without even saying thanks.

Maybe those doomsday folks aren't so crazy after all.

08.22.77Edit

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The summer's almost over and tourist season was a disaster. I'm pretty sure it's all that crap going on in the news. We're in the thick of it with China at this point and I have a feeling people aren't sure what's going to happen next.

If it wasn't for the supplies I sold at the end of last year to those survivalists, I'd already be out of business. I'm still convinced the government will come up with some sort of peaceful solution to the crisis before it all goes to hell, but who knows.

Maybe I should start stockpiling a few things myself, just in case.

Miranda's terminalEdit

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Property of the Town of Harpers Ferry
Office of the Mayor: Miranda Vox

SurvivalEdit

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I've no idea how long it's been since the the nuclear attack, but it feels like a lifetime. We're losing more people each day, but it's worse now. At first it was just radiation and injuries. Now, we have to worry about other people that want to take what little we have, and the surrounding forest and swamp area grow more deadly with each passing day.

Vault 94Edit

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Recently, we had our first ray of hope. An ambassador from Vault 94 arrived. She had real food, and said the Vault had enough supplies to establish a farm that could feed us all.

I sent a group to check out her story when I should have gone myself. Those fools. I'm not sure what they did, but it wasn't long before we heard the explosion and the earth shook. Vault 94 and all its promise was destroyed and now a strange cloud emanates from the entrance, wafting down into the surrounding forest. What have we done?

The Free StatesEdit

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I've heard from Quaid that he caught a glimpse of none other than Raleigh Clay outside of his bunker. He said he was armed with a shotgun, so he didn't want to approach, but looked, as he put it, "healthy as a horse."

I may have shunned Clay and his Free States movement, but if I'm going to put the people here first, he may be our best bet. He and his people prepared for this very situation for years. If anything, perhaps he'll at least accept an apology.

Ella's terminalEdit

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**[ FREE STATES ]**

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The fun and exciting thoughts of Ella Ames.

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Observations on the changing area. We're not in Kansas anymore!

Open for BusinessEdit

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I finally got this clinic in decent shape. It wasn't easy given the amount of patients we're already dealing with, but I had a lot of help from the survivors. I met a nice girl named Lucy who's been a big help. The mayor has even pitched in. And as an added bonus, Abbie and Marty have been helping, too. It doesn't really seem to be Abbie's thing, but it's good to see her putting in the effort. Niraj told me she wasn't too keen on the idea of coming out here.

The Carson FamilyEdit

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In commandeering this terminal, I found the following entry:

"As of May 23rd, this clinic no longer serves the Carson family. This includes Caleb, Elizabeth, and their children Madeleine and Max.

You can refer them to Morgantown or Charleston, but due to their constant involvement with the Free States, our doors are closed to them."

I just have no words. To think the people here hated us this much. And now here we are, saving their lives...

Vault 94Edit

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I was talking to Miranda at the clinic the other day and she told me about having an "ambassador" from Vault 94. From what she described, and what I can gather, I'm betting you anything some simple fools went out there, witnessed a GECK in action, and somehow messed it all up out of ignorance.

It explains the second large explosion we felt after the bombs dropped, and how this mysterious "fog" came rolling out which stirred up all this change. I can't even begin to scientifically theorize the effect it would have on an environment when "improperly utilized."

GhoulsEdit

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Thoughts and ponderings on things we call "ghouls."

First EncounterEdit

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I saw and killed my first live "ghoul" today. There was no pride in it. The whole thing's got my mind all gaumed up. When I examined the body, his human life was all I could see.

I found a letter to his mama, just rotting away in his pocket. A picture of his daughter, least I assume, in an old locket around his neck. I mean, Jesus. Is this what we're all heading for?

I'm going to see if I can get in touch with Maria from that Responders group. I'll see what she knows, and maybe we can learn more about it.

Endless AutopsiesEdit

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I've been working with Maria Chavez a bit on these ghouls. There no lack of bodies, although we steer clear of the glowing ones. I can only wonder theorize on the circumstances that created those abominations.

Body systems are mostly intact, some just barely, and others, like the immune system, I can't even speak for. The radiation in their systems may be their new immune system now. We've noticed some regenerative properties, especially when glowing ones are present, so I can only speculate that radiation has made some severe changes to their cells.

Sentient GhoulsEdit

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Talked to a few survivors today bout the idea of sentient ghouls. Had a man half off his rocker claiming he heard one of them talk... But of course he shot her first chance he had. I can't really blame him, but if something's talking to you, you may want to try listening next time. For all he knows, she could've been a survivor just like him, covered in swamp mud!

But old Terry's story brought out a few more from people who thought they may've heard a ghoul or two say a few things that made sense. Most with the same kneejerk reaction. I went and told Duncan if he has any run ins with some chatty ghouls to see if he can either catch one or at least bring me the body.

Daniel WhitbyEdit

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Today we got our first definitive proof that a ghoul could be, for lack of better words, friendly. One of the local boys, Daniel Whitby was sick. We all figured he'd taken a backset of the flu, and Lucy was keeping a close eye on him. Well, all hell broke lose when people found out Lucy was hiding him away, looking for a cure. That boy just looked, scientifically speaking, all pruned up.

Now Lucy's fled Harpers on account of people being royal assholes, and we've got Daniel locked up in quarantine. I'm not even sure he'll last the night, but I've got Charlie and Jacob keeping watch.

JacobEdit

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I met another Free States member today named Jacob. He doesn't know a thing about medicine, but he's pretty determined to help. He's been trying to make room for patients and make sure we have what we need here. I noticed he even got Charlie to start helping out a little.

Either way, it's nice to see other members pitching in. Raleigh

The RespondersEdit

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Today, we met a guy named Derek Castle. He said he's a member of a group called the Responders. I've never been so thankful in my life! They have people trained in medicine and supplies to help us out. He even mentioned sending someone along that can stick around as a second pair of hands since we need it so badly.

FloraEdit

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Between the radiation and some unknown occurrence, much of the plant life in the area has mutated. While mutation can be expected due to the radiation, something else is at work here. The entire area has taken on a reddish color, and vines now cover trees, houses, break through walls, you name it. I'm calling them stranglers because they're slowly sucking the life out of whatever tree they can sink their tendrils into.

The flowers have also changed and the usual medicinal flora I used to be so familiar with is now foreign. I'll have to run a series of tests to see what these new mutations have to offer.

FaunaEdit

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None of the local fauna has survived the radiation with no signs of mutation. Insects have ballooned in size. And yes, ""ballooned"" is my scientific term. I saw a deer with two heads, a crayfish the size of a truck, and something that looked like a walking tadpole. Icing on the cake? Now that they're all quite big, they seem hell bent on killing us.

As someone who went through medical school, I'm both horrified and fascinated... but mostly I'm just fearing for my life.

WeatherEdit

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I supposed with nuclear fallout still in the air, we're bound to have a few changes in weather. We resealed ourselves in our bunkers yesterday because we were hit by a very radioactive rainstorm. We got everyone inside, showered best we could, and took a decent dose of RadAway.

We haven't been out here long, but what isn't trying to kill us these days? With our luck, it'll be the air next.

Niraj's terminalEdit

This terminal is located in the armory.
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**[ FREE STATES ]**
Property of Niraj Singh

Air ScrubbersEdit

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I've started construction on an air scrubber that we can set up throughout Harpers Ferry. These storms that blow through full of radiation and strange disease are too much.

Initial TestsEdit

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Initial testing of the air scrubbers appeared successful. Now it's just a matter of listing out and scavenging the materials to create, oh only a dozen more or so. Hopefully the benefit will get some people on board.

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