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Runs away from Diamond City Edit

So I just walked past her house after seeing her out there many times before. This time she said something that ended with "Piper" and sprinted off. I followed her and she moved north. Unfortunately some super mutants attacked and I lost track of her. I went to where Piper currently is and didn't see Nat along the way or there. I've waited for a few hours to no avail. Anyone know what all this is about?

I think this is a bug related to a script where Nat approaches Piper while she's your companion to tell a story about getting detention. Only if it somehow triggers while Piper is not your companion, she probably runs off to whatever settlement you left her in.--OvaltinePatrol (talk) 11:39, November 21, 2015 (UTC)
Funnily enough, I had her running off like that, too. Decided to look it up, no big deal, so continue with the game. Went to place MILA, but got into a fight with the Super Mutants NW of Diamond City, when she comes running back - probably realized that the wasteland was not for kids. -- 00:14, January 7, 2016 (UTC)

Nat AI Edit

When you enter Piper's house at evening/night time, you see Nat playing beside her bed. If you stay longer, you will see Nat suddenly stand up and look at you. The way she looks at you as if you are a stranger or something that barges into her house, even if Piper is your companion. She will continue looking at you, and even follows you upstairs if you go upstairs. Same thing happens to Piper too if Piper is not your current companion. If you go upstairs, Piper and Nat will follow you upstairs, as if you were a thief or something. Same thing could happen to other NPCs if you enter their houses.

Compared to Skyrim, if you befriend anyone, you can enter your friend's house without them bothering you. They go on with their own activities. If you enter someone's house that is not your friend, it is trespassing and they will ask you to leave. In Fallout 4 I never recall anyone asking you to leave. Inside Skyrim's inns, if you go upstairs, the innkeepers or bartenders who are not your friends will follow you upstairs, just like Nat and Piper. If they are your friends, they won't bother.

This is just a small highlight of the AI. 06:33, March 1, 2017 (UTC)

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