|The following is based on information from Fallout Tactics.|
Interactions with the player character
|This character is involved in missions.|
|This character appears in the following locations.|
Mike tells the Warrior the story about how the Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel arrested his sister, Emma, and put her in a labor camp where she committed suicide.
- If the Warrior dies during the mission, failure message informs you, that gloomy Mike finally smiles.
- "Look, this place is bad enough with these robots! The last thing we need is you Brotherhood bullies moving in. Why don't you take your Big Brother tyranny somewhere else? I don't know why you would even care about Great Bend. We don't have anything of value here... just garbage and fucked-up robots. Why can't outsiders just stay on the outside?"
- "Hey! Just leave me alone! I got no love for you guys after what you did to my sister! All she did was fall in love with some young raider. They were just hanging out. She even convinced him to stop raiding so they could settle down and live like normal people. Then you guys pop up out of nowhere and arrest them both for being raiders and take them to some forced labor camp! She lasted two months in that hellhole! Emma was the kindest girl the wasteland's ever known and I can't even bear to think what was going on in that gulag that made her take her own life!"
Mike Sutton appears only in Fallout Tactics.
Behind the scenes
Mike's mention of "Big Brother tyranny" is a reference to the 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell.