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Martha Simpson is one of the inhabitants of Vault 112 and part of the Tranquility Lane virtual reality simulation, still alive in 2277.

Background

She swears, if looks could kill, Janet Rockwell would have put her in a hospital by now. Thankfully, Janet's husband is always there to smooth everything over, but Martha is worried about her friend Janet. Perhaps she should speak to Mabel Henderson about it.[1]

Like the other inhabitants of Vault 112, she is trapped in the Tranquility Lane simulation by Stanislaus Braun.

Relationships

Her relationship with Roger Rockwell is talked about by many of the residents of Tranquility Lane, but most interestingly, her. If one reads Janet Rockwell's diary and passes a speech check, she will vent to the player character about how Roger pushed her away (because of Janet fighting with him) and she knew there was chemistry. She says she tries to stay away from Roger now so Janet will not hate her even more.

Martha seems to be saddened that Roger denied the fact they had something.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is involved in quests.
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This character drops an ear when killed (Contract Killer).

Lounger Monitor

DISPLAY RESIDENT STATUS

  • Pulse: 92 bpm
  • BP: 150/80 mmHg
  • Temp: 98.9 F
  • Respiratory Rate: 20/min

DISPLAY RESIDENT STRESS LEVEL

  • Stress Level: Elevated

Quests

Tranquility Lane: Martha Simpson is one of the residents one may have to kill if they choose to do all of Betty's tasks.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Pre-War casualwear

Appearances

Martha Simpson appears only in Fallout 3.

References

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