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Interactions with the player character
|This character is involved in quests.|
|This character can repair items.||Repair cap: 54|
- Aiding the Outcasts: Olin gives the Lone Wanderer the neural interface suit and tells them to get in the pod.
- Upon first meeting her, there is a Lady Killer Speech challenge that will cause her to answer questions in greater detail.
- If the player character assists her in defeating the mutinying Outcasts after completing the Anchorage Reclamation simulation, she will repair their items up to 50%.
- She has the only known copy of the Outcast scribe robe.
- During the battle with Sibley, Olin may pick up and use weapons in the armory.
- "Oh, I... I'm sorry. Things have been tense here lately, and I'm afraid it's getting the better of me. I shouldn't be taking it out on you. Did you need something?"
- "You're not sitting in that thing unless you're wearing the suit for it. I'm not going to have you fry the circuits."
- "Don't you know? This sim had to have been one of the most important of its time -- it's the liberation of Anchorage, Alaska from the Chinese. Not up on your history, huh? Back before the world was nuked, the Chinese had invaded Anchorage, Alaska. That really amped things up. Eventually, the Americans went in and liberated the city, but there were heavy losses. This simulation trained soldiers for that engagement!"
Behind the scenes
Outcast members Sibley, Olin, McGraw and Morrill, all of whom appear in the Fallout 3 add-on Operation: Anchorage, appear to be named after buildings on the campus of Cornell University, including Sibley Hall, Olin Hall, Olin Library, McGraw Hall, McGraw Tower, and Morrill Hall.