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Fine. If you won't sleep with me this time, I want you to know that you can come see me anytime you want, and we'll make some kind of arrangement. Do you understand what I said?— Leslie to the Chosen One

Leslie Anne Bishop is the neglected wife of John Bishop, head of the Bishop family, in 2241.

Background

Leslie is a middle-aged, well-educated, attractive woman,[1] who was originally a Vault City Citizen, but left when she fell in love with John (though that might've been the drugs he offered her). Their relationship was not a happy one, despite the fact that she gave him a daughter, Angela. Over the years, she grew to hate her husband along with New Reno.[2] Seeking refuge in alcohol, drugs and the occasional sexual endeavor, she longs for a different way of life.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character starts quests.
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This character is involved in quests.
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This character is romanceable.

Requires at least 6 Strength or Charisma

Quests

Effects of player's actions

  • If the Chosen One is strong or attractive enough (ST 6 or CH 6), upon ending the conversation, Mrs. Bishop will ask them to accompany her to her chambers for a drink. Of course, this little meeting ends in bed (unlike her daughter, she does not have anything against a female Chosen One, either).
    • If the Chosen One previously slept with her daughter, they can tell Leslie this after heading to her room. She already knows and does not seem to mind it too much, unless a condom was not used. She will still want to sleep with the Chosen One regardless, and after sleeping with her they can have a brief pillow talk about Angela.
    • If the Chosen One is male and does not have a condom in the inventory, he will impregnate her and trigger one of two endings for New Reno where she bears a son.
    • The quality of your character's sexual performance can be determined by how the game describes your sex with her. It defines how many questions they can ask her before she falls asleep:
      • sex_rating_horrible (2), sex_rating_bad (3) - None
      • sex_rating_normal (5) - 1
      • sex_rating_good (7) - 3
      • sex_rating_great (9) - 10 which is more than the total number of available questions (5).
      One of the options can lead to eliminating Mr. Bishop sneakily and another to get a Pip-Boy lingual enhancer. One more can convince her to move on after Mr Bishop is dead. Others don't do anything in particular.
    • Regardless of sex, if the Chosen One performs, Mrs. Bishop will fall asleep contently and mutter the combination to her safe.

Other interactions

  • Additionally, she can give the Pip-Boy lingual enhancer module for the Chosen One's Pip-Boy 2000, if their stats are not yet high enough.
  • Normally, denying Mrs. Bishop would incite the guards; however, if the Chosen One has a high enough Charisma stat, they can convince her that they, "...have a special transaction with Jules," and may leave with no consequences.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items
Nice lady outfit $152
Necklace

Notes

  • In combat, Mrs. Bishop is named "Lee Ann Bishop" in the message window.
  • When rejected and after accepting her drink, the Chosen One can respond to her shouting for the guards with "Fuck! I hate this game!". It can be interpreted as either fourth wall breaking or the player character being upset about Leslie Anne's anger.
  • The Chosen One does not need to ask Mrs. Bishop for permission to kill her husband, they simply need to repair his safe to change the combination. Killing Mr. Bishop this way will not cause the rest of the family to become hostile.

Appearances

Leslie Anne Bishop appears in Fallout 2 and is mentioned in the Fallout Bible.

Bugs

If you save and reload while on the 3rd floor after sleeping with Mrs. Bishop, all companions disappear. Sleeping with Mrs. Bishop again will resolve the issue.[verified]

References

  1. NCLABISH.MSG line 150
  2. NCLABISH.MSG, lines 615, 616, 780