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It's okay, I guess. I don't really have nobody to play with. Except for Betty... and she's kind of... well, she's mean.

Timmy Neusbaum is one of the residents of Vault 112. He can be met in the Tranquility Lane simulation in 2277.

Background

Bill Foster describes him as what he called a "momma's boy" back in his day.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.
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This character is involved in quests.

Lounger Monitor

DISPLAY RESIDENT STATUS
  • Pulse: 112 bpm
  • BP: 130/90 mmHg
  • Temp: 98.9 F
  • Respiratory Rate: 22/min
DISPLAY RESIDENT STRESS LEVEL
  • Stress Level: Nominal

Quests

Effects of player's actions

  • When the player character has made Timmy cry successfully and reports back to Betty, Timmy disappears and is turned into a garden gnome by the Neusbaum's front door.
  • If the failsafe is used without upsetting Timmy, he simply disappears.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items
Child outfit

Notes

  • In the lounger assigned to him, he has the same adult male model used by the other male Vault 112 residents.
  • If the failsafe is activated, he will not be present anywhere in the simulation but his vital signs will match the other residents.
  • Originally, Timmy could have been killed, unamusing Betty, who asked the Lone Wanderer to make him miserable and would revive him. Since children cannot be killed, this piece of dialogue still remains in the game but can never be heard.[1]

Notable quotes

Appearances

Timmy Neusbaum appears only in Fallout 3.

Gallery

References

  1. Betty: "What are you doing? I didn't tell you to kill him! If I wanted you to kill him, I'd have told you to do that. Gosh, you're slow. Lucky for you, you get another chance."
    (Betty's dialogue)
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