The Servant Allocation Center is a building in Vault City Downtown.


The Center handles every conceivable Servant matter, from start to finish. The citizen in charge is authorized to purchase new Servants from traders and visitors to Vault City, with the new purchases immediately dragged off into cells in the center. It also processes servants acquired through other means, such as outworlders arrested in the courtyard, refugees from raider attacks, or slaves delivered from the Den.[1]

New servants are first sent for medical testing and re-conditioning.[2] Once the process is completed and the new servant is trained, Citizens may request a servant to be assigned to them for a day.[3]

The Center also has an operating fund, allowing payment to the Servant Coordinator in exchange for tasks, such as the release of a servant.[4]


Vault City prison, with three cells and an administrator's office.


The Servant Allocation Center appears only in Fallout 2.


  1. The Chosen One: "{143}{}{Where do you get them?}"
    Barkus: "{149}{}{Our Servants are usually refugees from raider attacks or contractual prisoners who wish to work off their sentence in a productive manner.}"
    (Barkus' dialogue)
  2. The Chosen One: "{247}{}{All right, that's fair. The servant's all yours.}"
    Barkus: "{263}{}{Very well. Your Servant has been relocated for medical testing and re-conditioning. Curious...the Servant seemed quite surprised by the whole affair. It took a few tranquilizer darts to smooth things over. I put everything the Servant was carrying in the box in my office.}"
    (Barkus' dialogue)
  3. The Chosen One: "{119}{}{Servant Assignment Center? What's that?}"
    Barkus: "{133}{}{Citizens who need help with menial tasks come here to have a Servant assigned to them for the day.}"
    (Barkus' dialogue)
  4. The Chosen One: "{187}{}{A sizeable donation to the Servant Allocation Center operating fund, perhaps?}"
    Barkus: "{192}{}{Hmmn. Donations are indeed welcome to insure the smooth operation of the Center, but it would require a sizeable donation before I could release Joshua into your care.}"
    (Barkus' dialogue)
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