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AO_Companion_BarEdit

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1AO_Companion_Bar_Wellingham0016E947myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A1a
2myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?{Surprised and happy to see another of his kind (Mister Handy) / Disbelief} Can it be? Had I not recently run a diagnostic scan, I would've thought I was malfunctioning.A2a
3{Impressed at the quality of his fellow Mister Handy. / Impressed} I've yet to see a model remotely as pristine as myself since the war. I must say, you're quite impressive.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A2b
4myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?But, of course, madame. What do you require?myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A3a
5myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?Do I know you, sir? Surely not. I would recognize the aroma.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A4a
6myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?{A ghoul, a hideously irradiated person who is normally banned from town, walked into your restaurant.} Oh my. A Ghoul. You're even more hideous than I'd imagined.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A5a
7myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?I'm well, thank you. And what can I get for you today, Mr. MacCready?myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A6a
8myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?{Overly loud and falsely angry.} Piper! I told you never to show your face here again!A7a
9{Quietly friendly and conspiratorial.} Nothing new, darling. Though there's a rumor Ann Codman is offering good money for other people's hair.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A7b
10myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?Are you quite sure? The Dugout Inn may be more what you're looking for. They offer a variety of cheap beverages for the undiscriminating palate.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A8a
11myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?A super mutant. One of the green brotherhood. How splendid.myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A9a
12myActor: All right, you bucket-of-bolts. What's good here?Nicholas. Have you finally reconsidered my offer?myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.A10a
130016E946myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A1a
14myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.{Friendly. Making an observation about people these days. / Friendly} As rare as proper manners these days.A2a
15{Happy and polite. / Happy} Believe me when I say you're a breath of fresh air. I do hope our paths will cross again.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A2b
16myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.Ten caps. You are welcome here anytime. Especially if you don't bring your shabby friend.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A3a
17myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.You are not fit to disparage the slightest part of the great Henry Cooke.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A4a
18myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.{You're trying to figure out how to work out a business transaction with someone you refuse to touch.} Hmm. Perhaps we can come to some understanding. Place your caps on the floor. I can collect them later.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A5a
19myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.Of course I do, sir. I was just hoping to pursuade you to try something new.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A6a
20myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.{Quietly friendly and conspiratorial.} You didn't hear it from me.A7a
21{Overly loud and falsely angry.} Now, don't you have a sewer to trawl?myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A7b
22myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.Well... you are rather... dusty. We do try to maintain a standard of dress and decorum.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A8a
23myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.Righto. No drinks. No talking.A9a
24The customer is always right I say. Even if the customer is big and green.A9b
25That's what keeps people coming back here. My attention to customer service.A9c
26I'm extremely attentive. Why sometimes I know what they want before they even say anything.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A9d
27myActor: The hell's wrong with you? I was only bein' friendly ya walkin' garbage can.{Excited at the prospect of becoming a detective.} Oh, I needn't be on the signs. But think of it! Two mechanical sleuths, storming the Commonwealth! And I've been told I look quite dapper in hats.myActor: Fine. Just give me what you've got and let me laugh at you in peace.A10a
280016E945{Impressed - Noticed Wellingham, another Mister Handy in good condition. / Impressed} Impressive. That Mister Handy looks to be in excellent condition.Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A2a
290016E944Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.{Impressed with both himself and his fellow robot as being one of the few around in such good quality. / Impressed} As are you. I do believe we're a bit of a rarity these days.Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.A2a
300016E943Bartender: Madame, if you don't refrain from using that tone with me, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.{Friendly and polite. / Friendly} As do I. Until we meet again.A2a
310016E942myActor: Okay, please tell me this robot bartender knows how to pour a drink.{Friendly with a professional tone. / Friendly} Pardon me, but I just wanted to say how refreshing it is to see another model both intact and in service.Bartender: Excuse me, madame, but if you wish to be served I'd ask that you maintain proper decorum.A2a

ConvDiamondCityMS05BCodaEdit

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32ConvDiamondCityMS05BCodaScene00168560ClarenceCodman: Mmm. Wellingham. The best you've ever made.{Concerned.} Thank you, sir. It was no effort whatsoever.A1a

DialogueDiamondCityEdit

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33WellinghamGreetScene000A7D2D{generic "coming from another conversation and getting back to business" line} Now, if you are done talking, I am... obligated to sell you drinks on request.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
34{generic "coming from another conversation and getting back to business" line} Were you going to buy a drink? Not that hovering here and listening to you droll on isn't thrilling...Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
35{generic "coming from another conversation and getting back to business" line} Anyway, if you're ordering a drink, please do, so I can be done talking to you.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
36{snob} I may have been programmed to serve, but in your case, I shall do so disdainfully. Let me know when you're ready to order.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
37{Recalling a job the player did for him, but still irritated by his/her presence. Last sentence is disdainful.} Ah yes. The egg dealer. Come to erase some memories with drink, I presume? Who could blame you?Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
38{snob} I'll be breaking out the cheap moonshine, so that miss may drink in a manner more suitable for her.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
39{snob} Another low-life coming to drink with us, I see.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
40{snob} I'll be breaking out the cheap moonshine, so that sir may drink in a manner more suitable for him.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
41{snob} If you insist on embarrassing yourself with alcohol, I'm programmed to oblige.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
42{snob} Please tell me you don't want anything to drink. Please.Player Default: Let's see what you've got.A
430004B174Player Default: Let's see what you've got.{snobbish, about to show the menu} *sigh* Very well.A1a
44Player Default: Let's see what you've got.{snobbish, about to show the menu} I'm afraid I must oblige.A2a
45Player Default: Let's see what you've got.{snobbish, about to show the menu} Our menu, if you can understand it.A3a
46Player Default: Let's see what you've got.{snobbish, about to show the menu} Tastes for a sophisticated palette.A4a
47Player Default: Let's see what you've got.{snobbish, about to show the menu} If you insist.A5a
480004B173Player Default: Not interested.{snobby, glad the player isn't drinking here} Thank god...B1a
49Player Default: Not interested.{snobby, glad the player isn't drinking here} A prudent decision.B2a
50Player Default: Not interested.{snobby, glad the player isn't drinking here} Glad to see you know your place.B3a
51Player Default: Not interested.{snobby, glad the player isn't drinking here} Goodbye. Don't come back.B4a
52Player Default: Not interested.{snobby, glad the player isn't drinking here} Go away then. Shoo.B5a
530004B172Player Default: I'll think about it.Please don't come back.X1a
54Player Default: I'll think about it.Perhaps you'll realize you don't belong here.X2a
55Player Default: I'll think about it.Oh god, it's trying to think it over...X3a
56Player Default: I'll think about it.Hmph.X4a
57Player Default: I'll think about it.Very well. Next time I won't be so pleasant.X5a
580004B171Player Default: Do you take this charge card?{snob} No problem at all. My programming dictates that I serve all customers in the Colonial Taphouse. Even those that obviously don't belong.Y1a
59{snob} Just know that my sensors indicate that you have dangerously low levels of class for this establishment.Wellingham: No problem at all. My programming dictates that I serve all customers in the Colonial Taphouse. Even those that obviously don't belong.Y1b
60-WaitingForPlayerInput{condescending} Oh dear, it doesn't know how to speak.
61{condescending, sarcastic} Take your time. Please...
62{condescending, sarcastic} Oh yes, just keep me waiting...

IntroSceneDiamondCityUpperStandsEdit

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63UpperStandsIntroSceneStart0002FB78Malcolm: Another glass of wine, Wellingham...{tending bar at a ritzy establishment for rich people} Certainly, sir. Anything for an Upper Stands resident...Malcolm: This is what I like about you, Wellingham. You know what you are. Not trying to be anything other than helpful.A1a
6400028E81Malcolm: Not like those people down there. Lower Field workers always want what they haven't earned.An astute observation, sir. Let me just freshen your glass again.Malcolm: Thank you, Wellingham...A1a

MS05BEdit

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65MS05B_TurnInEggToWellingham00168575{Irritated.} I do hope you're not here to speak to me.Wellingham: What are you... oh. The eggs. Ah, you must be with those... gunny people. Though your superior had implied there would be more of you but, no matter.A
66{After "you again," give an exasperated sigh and delivers the following line with true exhaustion.} Oh. You again. Can I help you?Wellingham: What are you... oh. The eggs. Ah, you must be with those... gunny people. Though your superior had implied there would be more of you but, no matter.A
67{The player has a delivery Wellingham is waiting on.} Finally back to complete delivery?Player Default: Here, take it.A
6800190ADDWellingham: Don't just go waving it around willy-nilly.{Dismissive.} Now, don't you have Mole Rat roasting on a stick somewhere you need to attend to?A1a
6900190ADCPlayer Default: Well, then.{A bit exasperated. Sigh before beginning.} I suppose this will have to do.Wellingham: Here. For a less-than-adequate job, but a job nonetheless.A1a
7000190093Player Default: At last...{Confused.} But, is this it? Where are the rest?Player Default: Sorry. That's the only one that made the trip. There were... complications.A1a
710019008EPlayer Default: Sorry. That's the only one that made the trip. There were... complications.Well, then.Wellingham: I suppose this will have to do.A1a
720019008DPlayer Default: Smashed to bits on the floor of the Museum of Witchcraft. You're welcome to go collect what's left.{A little nervous.} Now, now. That won't be necessary.Wellingham: I suppose this will have to do.B1a
730019008CPlayer Default: All the others made the trip up to that big Deathclaw nest in the sky.{The player just said something rather sarcastic.} Is that so?Wellingham: I suppose this will have to do.X1a
740019008BPlayer Default: Do you really need more than one?{Add a strong pause between "ample" and "appetites." You're subtlety calling them fat.} Our patrons are men and women of ample... appetites. I had been hoping to keep them sated for at least the next fortnight.Y1a
75{A bit disappointed.} These things can never turn out as planned, can they?Wellingham: I suppose this will have to do.Y1b
7600190086Player Default: Here, take it.{Pleased about receiving a late delivery.} At last...Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?A1a
7700190085Player Default: I think I'll hang onto this.{Irritated.} I never. I shall be speaking to your superior about this.Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?B1a
7800190084Player Default: What you're offering's not enough. I risked life and several limbs to deliver this.{Irritated.} Fine, fine. 300 caps. Well above market value.Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?X1a
79Player Default: What you're offering's not enough. I risked life and several limbs to deliver this.{A bit nervous.} Alright, 400. Whatever it takes to get you on your way.Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?X2a
80Player Default: What you're offering's not enough. I risked life and several limbs to deliver this.{A bit stern.} Oh very well. 500, but not a cap more. Now. The eggs.Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?X3a
81Player Default: What you're offering's not enough. I risked life and several limbs to deliver this.{A bit nervous.} You're lucky to be getting anything at all considering your lateness. No, the fee stands - 200 caps.Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?X4a
8200190083Player Default: What exactly are you planning to do with the eggs?{Annoyed.} Hmm. Well, if you must know, one of our patrons has been asking after a cooked Deathclaw egg, a la Wellingham, for some time.Y1a
83{Like he's concerned he's going to catch something by speaking to the player for too long.} But with your, albeit late, arrival, I can finally make good on his request. Ugh. "Make good." Already beginning to speak like one of you.Y1b
84{Stern.} Now, can we please hurry this up? Are you going to hand them over or not?Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?Y1c
85Player Default: What exactly are you planning to do with the eggs?{Annoyed.} Well, if you must know, one of our patrons had been asking after a Deathclaw egg, a la Wellingham, for some time now.Y2a
86{Sell in hibernation mode should be said with some swagger. Essentially saying he could sell them in his sleep.} Unfortunately he's since met an untimely end, but I could sell fresh Lynn Woods Deathclaw eggs while in hibernation mode.Y2b
87Now, are you going to hand them over or not?Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?Y2c
88Player Default: What exactly are you planning to do with the eggs?{Annoyed.} Our plans for the eggs are none of your concern. Now, are you going to hand them over or not?Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?Y3a
8900190082Wellingham: I suppose this will have to do.{A bit disappointed.} Here. For a less-than-adequate job, but a job nonetheless.Wellingham: And the special request your superior made. Major Jefferies, was it? I trust you can get this to its destination.A1a
9000190081Wellingham: Here. For a less-than-adequate job, but a job nonetheless.{Conspiratorially.} And the special request your superior made. Major Jefferies, was it? I trust you can get this to its destination.A1a
91{Conspiratorially.} Don't just go waving it around willy-nilly.Wellingham: Now, don't you have Mole Rat roasting on a stick somewhere you need to attend to?A1b
920004AB64RobotMrHandy: I do hope you're not here to speak to me.{Initially confused, then believing he recognizes the player.} What are you... oh. The eggs. Ah, you must be with those... gunny people. Though your superior had implied there would be more of you but, no matter.Y1a
93The negotiated fee was 200 caps per egg. A generous amount indeed considering your... tardiness.Y1b
94Though our clientele do expect nothing short of the most pristine Deathclaw eggs. Now, do you have something for me?Wellingham: But, is this it? Where are the rest?Y1c
95MS05B_TurnInEggToWellingham01_WrapUp0016857FClarenceCodman: Wellingham? Has my breakfast finally arrived?{Obsequious and apologetic.} Yes, sir. Endless apologies for the ludicrous lateness of it all. It shall be ready posthaste.Wellingham: You, on your way now. I've yolk to poach.A1a
960016856BWellingham: Yes, sir. Endless apologies for the ludicrous lateness of it all. It shall be ready posthaste.{Stern.} You, on your way now. I've yolk to poach.A1a
97MS05B_TurnInEggToWellinghamCodmanDead0016AC76{A little sad.} Unfortunately, Mr. Codman is no longer with us to accept delivery, but, here, for your trouble.Wellingham: And the special request your superior made. Major Jefferies, was it? I trust you can get this to its destination.A1a
980016AC74Wellingham: Don't just go waving it around willy-nilly.{Dismissive.} Now, don't you have Mole Rat roasting on a stick somewhere you need to attend to?A1a
99-00168583{Coming to terms with the fact he's getting a less than expected delivery.} Yes, well, I suppose this will have to do.

MS05BPostQuestEdit

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100MS05BPostQuest_WellinghamConvo00190E10{Intrigued.} Deathclaw egg, you say? Hmm, intriguing. I, of course will need to examine it before I can...Y1a
101{Disgusted.} My word! What have you done to it? Looks like it's been through a sewer. I can't serve that.Wellingham: I'll give you this much. Just get that thing out of my sight. Here.Y1b
10200190E0CWellingham: My word! What have you done to it? Looks like it's been through a sewer. I can't serve that.I'll give you this much. Just get that thing out of my sight. Here.Y1a
103-00190E16{Intrigued.} Deathclaw egg, you say? Let me just have a...
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