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Just wondering...why does this page exist? If the quest is given by no one, has no steps to completing it, and rewards nothing, in what sense is it a "quest"? LeDaea 03:59, January 17, 2011 (UTC)

I don't understand it either; all it does is waste your caps. But if it's that important to you to vicariously have sex with imaginary people, by all means; waste your caps. Kastera1000 04:20, January 17, 2011 (UTC)

I have the oficial guide and it really exists, altough the guide refers to this type of quests as "free quest". If you make sex with Jimmy, Sweety or Maude, everytime you do the text "Sexy Time!" pops up on the screen. No pun intended, really. :D Brfritos 23:05, January 28, 2011 (UTC)

As far as I am concerned, throwing away caps and looking at the words "sexy time", is not much of a quest. --XterrorX 22:15, July 14, 2011 (UTC)

I didn't even see the words, "Sexy Time!" For all I know, Sweety hit me over the head and took my money. For that matter, why can my female char only have sex with female prostitutes? The male pros are only interested in other men, and are quite rude to women! 13:26, July 23, 2011 (UTC)

This quest is "freeform" like any other dialogue in game VFreeformCasaMadrid is a placeholder containing all the possible dialogues in Casa Madrid. If this is a quest then speaking of mean sonofabitch to Klamath Bob is an unmarked quest too. ( VdialogueWestside) No matter what the guide says, speaking to a character is not a quest. What makes a quest is stages and objectives, not only dialogs and variables without any progression or result.--Croquignol 05:25, October 22, 2011 (UTC)

The objective is to have sex with a prostitute, the reward is getting your jollies off, there, it's now justifiable to call it a quest.Kornflakes89 07:46, June 28, 2012 (UTC)

Maybe the designers were trying to break the boundries of game making by saying not every event in the game has to yield some gain for the player. Or maybe the designers were trying to show the completionists how doing every quest is meaningless by throwing in a quest that doesn't make any sense...

...or maybe they were just some idiot, giggling teenagers who thought implied sex was enough of a reason to be a quest.

This page exist to become the bottom of the barrel. It show just how poinless a "quest" can be.--Player8 (talk) 04:03, August 15, 2012 (UTC)

Re-write. Edit

I re-wrote the detailed walkthrough to remove the giggling "frat-boy" tone, but I wouldn't object to the whole page disappearing. It only seems to be here "because in-game prostitutes are funny", or something. I don't see this as a quest just because the official guide writer was 14 and needed a page category.

How long would the following quest page last if I made it?

Vendortron Madness!Edit

The Vendortron has goods for sale.

Quick walkthroughEdit

  1. Go to the Vendortron.
  2. Buy items.

Detailed walkthroughEdit

  • Travel to the Vendortron.
  • Purchase items using caps or barter.
  • Completing the transaction completes this quest. It is repeatable.


  • This quest may be available from other traders in the Mojave.

--FourWayDiablo(talk) 14:57, September 17, 2011 (UTC)

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