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A man of relative authority within the commune, he reported to Allen when he and his friends stole and reprogrammed a Mister Handy from the Nadaville suburbs. His beatnik commune, however, saw this theft (and possibly breaking and entering, and assault if their ideology was correct) as emancipation. They believed that all robots were slaves and must be freed from their owners, imprinting on them their own emotional and ideological hangups.
Although his fate is unknown, in the devastation of the Great War, his commune was simply forgotten, passing from memory along with the co-op. For the next two hundred and ten years however, "Professor Goodfeels" continually hovered around the now desolate area and greeting the now feral residents.
Jack is mentioned only in Fallout 4.
- ↑ Sunshine Tidings co-op terminal entries; Sunshine Tidings terminal, Log
- ↑ Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.265: "[1.18] SUNSHINE TIDINGS CO-OP
A beatnik farming co-op of cabins and a trading warehouse. Local scuttlebutt suggests the place is haunted by its former residents. Meet Professor Goodfeels, who still rattles about the place. He’ll be a good guard if you hack his protocols at the Sunshine Tidings terminal (Novice). There’s a locked medical cabin here (Novice) too. Did you find the trunk in the western cabin yet?"
(Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)