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I'm so sorry, our booking system is still down. I'd be happy to set up an appointment for you just as soon as we get it working again.— Margaret

Margaret is a Miss Nanny barber at the Whitespring Resort in Appalachia.

Background

The proprietor of Elegance, a salon at the Whitespring Resort, Margaret is a gregarious robot.[1] Interacting with high society clientele, such as Governor Evans' wife,[2] on a near-daily basis has made her since reflect on the conversations she would have with them, despite how it would burn out her conversation module.[3] In the time since, her salon and stylists remain appointment-only. Although the booking system is down, she promises to set up appointments for customers as soon as the system is fixed.[4] In the meantime, she gives commentary on how other customers' hair should be dealt with.[5]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death

Appearances

Margaret appears only in Fallout 76.

References

  1. Margaret: "Come in, come in. Welcome to Elegance. Our master stylists are only available by appointment, but you're welcome to look around."
    (Margaret's dialogue)
  2. Margaret: "Do you know Ms. Evans? The Governor's wife? She was one of our best clients. Such a charming woman. I do hope she's all right."
    (Margaret's dialogue)
  3. Margaret: "I do miss our old clientele. Why, we were so busy my conversation module burned out every other day."
    (Margaret's dialogue)
  4. Margaret: "I'm so sorry, our booking system is still down. I'd be happy to set up an appointment for you just as soon as we get it working again."
    (Margaret's dialogue)
  5. Margaret: "Oh, dear, aren't you a fright. You really must do something with that hair."
    (Margaret's dialogue)
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