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* [[X-13: Attack of the Infiltrator!]]: Klein wants the player character to head to the [[X-13 research facility]] and find parts for the [[Stealth suit Mk II|X-13 cardiac regulator sneak suit]].
 
* [[X-13: Attack of the Infiltrator!]]: Klein wants the player character to head to the [[X-13 research facility]] and find parts for the [[Stealth suit Mk II|X-13 cardiac regulator sneak suit]].
 
* [[Old World Blues (quest)|Old World Blues]]: After completing the given tasks, return to Dr. Klein for further information.
 
* [[Old World Blues (quest)|Old World Blues]]: After completing the given tasks, return to Dr. Klein for further information.
* [[Welcome to the Big Empty]]: The player character has to talk to Klein, as with the rest of the Think tank, to complete the quest.
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* [[Welcome to the Big Empty]]: The player character has to talk to Klein, as with the rest of the Think Tank, to complete the quest.
   
 
==Inventory==
 
==Inventory==

Revision as of 23:23, March 3, 2018

 
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WHAT IS IT? THE LOBOTOMITE IS ASKING ME THINGS, O, AND I AM TRYING TO IGNORE THEM. MY PROCESSORS CAN'T IGNORE YOU BOTH AT THE SAME TIME.

Doctor Klein is a pre-War scientist and leader of the Think Tank operating the Big MT in 2281.

Background

Doctor Klein is a pre-War doctor and the chief/head researcher of logistical operations and ideology at Big MT. Sometime after the Great War, he became a think tank to continue his work at Big MT. He seems to be overconfident in his intelligence, as he shows absolutely no grasp of the purpose or function of the advanced technology he tasks the Courier to retrieve.

Along with his original name and human memories, Klein has lost much of his knowledge of human anatomy, and refers to the Courier's fingers and toes as "penises". He is shown to fear and hate Dr. Mobius, although they were partners at one time. He seems to hold his colleagues in low regard, often ignoring their advice. At the end of Old World Blues, it is revealed that he and the think-tank stole the Courier's brain in order to escape their imprisonment in Big MT and go into the Mojave to conduct ruthless experiments on both the Wasteland and its denizens, much like the implementation of the Cloud in the Sierra Madre to test the chemical, hazmat suits and Auto-Doc technology.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Perk nociception regulator
This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.
FriendlyFoe
This character is a temporary companion.
FriendlyFoe
This character is a permanent companion. They grant the - perk.
Medicine
This character is a doctor.
Barter
This character is a merchant. Caps: -
Sells: -
Fullmaintenance
This character can repair items. Repair cap: -
Deep Sleep
This character rents beds. Cost: - caps.
Hand Loader
This character can modify weapons.

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ProbabilityCalculator
This character plays Caravan. They can bid caps.
GoodNatured
This character starts quests.

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Perk empathy synthesizer
This character is involved in quests.

Quests

Inventory

Notes

  • When Dr. Mobius comments on what the scientists have forgotten, friendship is probably aimed at Dr. Klein, who barely acknowledges his colleagues, and even regards them more as understudies or employees than his friends.
  • Throughout Old World Blues, he speaks in a very loud voice, as apparently the other scientists or Elijah have messed around with the volume control on his chassis; this is why Dr. Klein's dialogue is always in all-caps.
  • Klein has a hatred for the words "mutiny" and "jism".
  • Inside Klein's house, directly above the door, is a large Old World flag. This could imply Klein was or still is an American patriot. This could explain his willingness to help Ulysses.

Notable quotes

Appearances

Doctor Klein appears only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Old World Blues.

Behind the scenes

  • His name is a reference to the mathematician Felix Klein who thought of the Klein bottle, a three dimensional non-orientable object in four dimensional space, an equivalent to the Mobius strip in a higher dimension.
  • The three perks that he can give the courier (Heartless, Brainless, and Spineless) are references to The Wizard of Oz: the scarecrow was missing a brain, the tin man was missing a heart, and the lion was missing courage.

Gallery

References

Antagonists
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