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The RobCo Research Center terminal entries are a series of entries found on terminals at the RobCo Research Center in Fallout 76 and in the Wastelanders update.

Receptionist terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on the receptionist's desk in the lobby.


Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink

Welcome to RobCo[edit | edit source]


The RobCo Research Center is the premier site of all of RobCo's joint research initiatives. We are proud to be partnering with Atomic Mining Services, Hornwright Industrial, and General Atomics International to provide industry with a variety of automated applications.

Watoga[edit | edit source]


Financed by Atomic Mining Services, the Watoga project aims to create a "city of the future" right here in Appalachia. All the civil services and municipal management needs will be handled by a variety of RobCo and General Atomics International robot models, from the RobCo Protectron to the General Atomics Mister Handy.

HR terminal[edit | edit source]

Note This desk terminal is located on the desk in the northeast corner office of the third floor of the facilities wing.


Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink

Watoga Applications[edit | edit source]


I know many of you grew up in this area and have concerns about who gets accepted into Watoga. But the requirements for approval are dictated by the highest levels of management. We have even rejected a number of RobCo fulltime employees from consideration.

General Atomics International[edit | edit source]


We know you're happy at RobCo, and while we wouldn't dream of poaching from a partner, we really think General Atomics International is a better fit for your talents.

We'd like you to consider what we have to offer. No obligation.

Engineer terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on a metal desk inside the Robobrain assembly room.


Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink

Voice of Watoga Project[edit | edit source]


She's come online beautifully. Top of the line sensors courtesy of our existing Eyebot research. Adaptive protocols from our Protectrons. And a little extra "personality" from our partners over at General Atomics.

Watoga won't exactly have an intelligence watching over her, but she'll be happy to see you in her city all the same.

MAIA Project[edit | edit source]


I don't understand why we're even doing this. We should just go for broke and let the city run itself. Who cares if the residents want their own mayor? Let me and my team create a fully autonomous solution and they won't WANT anything else.

I've said my piece. We'll get it done. Make sure she's extra helpful. Full voice support.

Military Prototypes[edit | edit source]


We got them all set to join the convoy once the Army sends it around. General Atomics finally sent over their comm protocols, so they'll all be able to work together across the different models.

You ask me, we shouldn't be trying to do this plus Watoga in the same facility. Civilian projects and military projects just don't mix well when they're sharing the same space. I know they're all robotics engineers, but the missions couldn't be more different. Military project people screw up, soldiers die. Civilian project people screw up, rich customers complain. Those two concerns are worlds apart.

Saboteur's terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located in the Saboteur's office, on the second floor of the facilities management wing. It is locked and requires the RobCo terminal password to access it.


Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink
RobCo Employee Workstation

Scan likeness[edit | edit source]

Note: Accessing this command adds the robot virus to the player character's inventory, progressing the quest Mayor for a Day.


Scanning likeness...
scanning complete.

Unable to process broadcast function. Manual update required.

Printing holotape...
printing complete.

Please use holotape for manual update.

Have a nice day.

Facility Message 9.12.77[edit | edit source]


It has come to the Board of Directors' attention, that you might know personally one or more of the protestorsIn-game spelling which have been harassing military convoy deliveries.

If this is true, the Board would be very interested and "appreciative" of your sharing any information you might have regarding these increasingly embarrassing incidents.

Lisa M. Fields,
Director of Staff Insight and Morale
RobCo Research Facility, VA
ext. 551

Personal Message 9.12.77[edit | edit source]


I'm about to send you an official message. Don't reply with anything stupid, alright? Think it through carefully.

Lisa M. Fields,
Director of Staff Insight and Morale
RobCo Research Facility, VA
ext. 551

Personal Message 6.04.77[edit | edit source]



What are you doing with that camera? I heard a rumor you are writing a program to scan faces with that thing? This another side project or RobCo sanctioned? (And why do YOU get to do side projects anyway?!!!)


Personal Message 5.5.77[edit | edit source]



Congratulations! I took your proposal to the directors. It was nearly unaminousIn-game spelling approval (the lone hold out wouldn't supriseIn-game spelling you).

I promised them this was strictly an after hours side project, and would in no way impact your regular critical duties.

I did however, leave out the fact you are planning to work on this from home.

I trust you have appropriately secured your terminal and are only allowing encrypted communications between your home and work terminals.

I had a friend in legal discretely look into your employment contract. Looks like you were hired back in the cowboy days. You're effectively "grandfathered in." But, lets not go advertising what you're doing. We can't afford to raise any red flags and have HR want to renegotiate all our contracts.

Good luck! And don't forget who your friends are when you are running this place after your invention makes a million dollars!

Lisa M. Fields,
Director of Staff Insight and Morale
RobCo Research Facility, VA
ext. 551

Facility Message 4.13.77[edit | edit source]



A friendly reminder that staff are to conspicuously wear their badges at all times.

This means YOU.

It doesn't matter what department you work in, how long you have been here, if you are part or fulltime,In-game spelling if your name is on a door, or if you have a reserved parking space.

Everyone must comply with this rule. See your "Staff Policies and Guidelines" page 3 for details.

As always, don't hesitate to call if you have any questions.

Thank you!

Tamara Michels
Human Resources
ext 301

Turret control terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This wall terminal is located on the northern wall above the consoles in the facility's basement. It is locked and requires Hacker level 1.

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Immobile weapons research[edit | edit source]

Note: This desk terminal is located on the reception desk in the research labs. It was added in the Wastelanders update.


Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink
Semi-Autonomous Immobile Weapon Platform Research

Good news, everyone![edit | edit source]


I'm excited to announce that RobCo has agreed to my proposal to preserve the entire research team's collective intelligence through the Encephalon Extraction Program.

You will each have your cranial cavity scooped out, and your brains suspended in a biomedical solution that will keep your cognitive functions intact and ready to be used for several lifetimes.

And to think, we'll even enjoy the benefits of leaving behind our accursed flesh and becoming a horrific synchronization of mind and metal! Ah, the future is looking up!

Brain Replacement Procedure[edit | edit source]


A preserved brain can be mounted on a functioning Robobrain chassis in order to resume any and all previous employee functions.

Step One: Pick the brain. Go to containment area and take a jar out of storage. Only one brain can be mounted in the chassis at a time. The wiring is permanent, so choose carefully!

Step Two: Cook the brain. The preservation process isn't perfect. Contamination can build up in the biomedical gel mixture, requiring a little "sizzling" to reactivate the tissue. Our expert technicians can help you through this to avoid any damage.

Step Three: Plate the brain. You'll need to pick up a dome from storage and mount it on the Robobrain chassis. Then carefully pour the contents of the brain jar into the dome, and attach the brain stem to the neural motivator port. Easy!

Lodge Complaint with Management[edit | edit source]


[ERROR: Complaint report database has been overloaded with traffic. Please file a physical complaint form in Human Resources before EOD.]

Turret Changelog[edit | edit source]


·Ballistic shielding v1.3
·Reflective panels v1.2
·Increased RPM
·Can use armor-piercing, incendiary, or explosive rounds in addition to standard ammunition

·Ballistic shielding v1.2
·Reflective panels v1.1
·Bug fixes for temperature regulation

·Ballistic shielding v1.1
·Reflective panels v1.0
·Updated Sentry handshake protocol

·Bug fixes for power armor HUD (fixes floaty immersive reticle)
·Internal temperature regulation

·Ballistic shielding v1.0

·Updated software link for armored personnel

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