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Thanks to you, Primm's on the way back up. With folks watching over us, I think the raiders will keep their distance.

Ruby Nash is a Primm citizen in 2281.

Background

She and her husband Johnson Nash have lived in Primm since around 2272 and together they run the town's Mojave Express outpost.[1] At first, one can find her at the Vikki and Vance Casino, where she and the rest of Primm's inhabitants fled after the Powder Gangers killed the sheriff and took the deputy hostage in the Bison Steve Hotel.

After restoring order by finishing the quest My Kind of Town, she and her husband return to their home inside the Mojave Express building. Afterward, she can be found walking outside or inside the Vikki and Vance smoking a cigarette by the slot machines.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character starts quests.
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This character is involved in quests.

Quests

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Settler outfit .357 Magnum revolver

Notes

  • If one has only four radscorpion poison glands in the inventory and takes them to Ruby, the dialogue option will state "I have a bunch of radscorpion glands." If chosen, the four radscorpion poison glands will be removed but in return, five of Ruby's casseroles will be obtained.
  • Killing this character will not affect Karma, but killing her husband will result in a loss of Karma.
  • When entering Primm with Cass as a companion, she may mention the Nash couple having a son that moved out west.[2]

Appearances

Ruby Nash appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

References

  1. Courier: "Who are you?"
    Johnson Nash: "Johnson Nash's my name. Husband to Ruby Nash. Lived in Primm going on eight years now, thick and thin. I'm a trader primarily, for what it's worth with things like they are. I also run the local Mojave Express outpost."
    (Johnson Nash's dialogue)
  2. Cass: "Good contact, Nash, used to be here. Had a son that went West."
    (Cass' dialogue)
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