Interactions with the player character
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- Paige is first encountered in the quest Here to Stay, after the Vault 76 overseer asks the Vault Dwellers to warn him of the threat of the Scorched Plague to the Settlers and have them inoculated with the vaccine. Paige is initially hesitant to trust the them and asks that they meet with Aubrie Willem and tell him of the threat. If Aubrie agrees to the vaccine, then Paige will support it as well. Once Aubrie is found and told of the threat and has it passed back to Paige, he will agree to have his Settlers inoculated. He is a little surprised later to find the vaccine comes as a new flavor of Nuka-Cola, but nonetheless expresses his gratitude for protecting his Settlers from the Scorched and Scorchbeasts.
- Paige can be chosen over Meg and her raiders for a raid on Vault 79 after telling him of the Vault being where the United States' gold bullion reserves have been stored and how it could help rebuild Appalachia's economy.
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At some point between the trailer release and final release, Paige's hair was changed from a short cut covering his head to balding.
- Fallout 76: Inside The Vault - New Arrivals Coming To Appalachia In Wastelanders: "Led by Paige, the former head of a Construction Workers Union in Washington D.C., the Settlers are a hard-working and industrious crew, primarily made up of people who are well-versed in how to construct and run a city. After hearing that Appalachia might offer some refuge from the trials of the Wasteland, they made their way into the area in hopes of finding a safe place to begin rebuilding. They broke ground at Spruce Knob, began repurposing its existing buildings, cleared the surrounding trees, and a fledgling city has begun taking shape, which they’ve dubbed “Foundation”. These Settlers may know their way around construction equipment, but they have no idea what challenges you and others have faced in Appalachia during the past year. It may be mutually beneficial to seek them out to share your experiences and lend a helping hand toward their efforts."
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