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In the aftermath of the Great War, Meg's mother committed suicide, which gave her the determination to keep surviving in a depressing world. While she was a member of the Diehards, Meg believed that Margie McClintock's ideal of the pacifist raider life was unrealistic and often disobeyed the Diehards' standing order to not fire unless fired upon. At some point before the Scorched Plague entered the Savage Divide, Meg had splintered off from the Diehards and left Appalachia entirely with several other Diehards. During this time, they ventured from Appalachia to The Commonwealth to Washington D.C..
While away from Appalachia, Meg met Johnny Weston, a man who had infiltrated her gang by blending in with the other raiders. When Meg found out that he had simply slipped into the gang, she reacted positively and the two shared drinks. They eventually "shacked up," and continue a physical relationship with each other. In 2103, Meg returned to Appalachia with her raider group, having grown exponentially in the previous years, to take ownership of the crashed Valiant-1 space station, dubbing it the Crater.
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Meg is first encountered in the quest Strange Bedfellows after being summoned by Rose to the Top of the World to meet with the Vault 76 residents. The invitation was per the request of the Vault 76 overseer, so that her group could be given the vaccine to the Scorched Plague. Meg is hesitant to have her raiders inoculated due to her distrust of vault residents since the raiders were in Appalachia well before the vaults opened. If she is unable to be swayed with being reminded she is making the same mistakes that David Thorpe and the old Raiders made in not cooperating with the Responders, Free States, and Brotherhood of Steel to combat the Scorched, she offers a compromise to convince her to agree to the inoculation: help her lieutenant Aldridge with an attack on the Scorched near the Philippi Battlefield Cemetery and she'll consider having her raiders inoculated. When the residents return with the grim news that Aldridge and his team were wiped out by the Scorched, Meg finally agrees to have her raiders inoculated. When the residents return with the vaccine, she is initially puzzled to find it comes as a new flavor of Nuka-Cola, but nonetheless accepts it and expresses gratitude to the residents for protecting her raiders from the Scorched and scorchbeasts.
Effects of player's actionsEdit
Meg can be chosen over Paige and his Settlers for a raid on Vault 79 after telling her the Vault is where the United States' gold bullion reserves were stored and could make the Raiders rich beyond their dreams.
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- ↑ Meg Groberg: "I knew a lot of people chose to end it all after the war. My own mother was in that boat. World's a depressing place now, but we gotta survive."
- ↑ Concerns with Margie
- ↑ Meg Groberg: "
- ↑ Johnny Weston: "The story goes that I infiltrated the gang simply by acting the part. For weeks, everyone just assumed I belonged. But there's more to it. When Meg found out, she wasn't even mad. We had drinks, then shacked up. I trust you enough to say that Meg and I have a physical relationship. Beyond that, it just so happens my skill set benefits her whole operation. Now I stick around with her crew and everyone profits. I followed her around until we settled here. You know the whole business with Hal and all that. He never approved of my arrangement with Meg. I think it got him jealous."
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