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It was a good idea at the time, y'know? Figured we'd try and set ourselves up down here. Just like Underworld, only better.

Wint is a ghoul found in Old Olney underground in the year 2277.

Background

Wint was part of a group of likeminded ghouls who decided to forge ahead into unexplored territories under the leadership of Sanders, and set up a new ghoul settlement to rival Underworld. One of only two remaining survivors, Wint isn't staying around to watch any more of his friends die. He considers the whole plan an absolute disaster, and would have throttled Sanders himself if the deathclaws hadn't got to him first.[1]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Perk nociception regulator
This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.
Icon severed ear
This character drops an ear when killed (Contract Killer).
Icon severed finger
This character drops a finger when killed (Lawbringer).
Mesmetron icon
This character can be enslaved with the Mesmetron.
FriendlyFoe
This character is a temporary party member.
FriendlyFoe
This character is a permanent party member.
Medicine
This character is a doctor.
Barter
This character is a merchant. Caps: -
Sells: -
Fullmaintenance
This character can repair items. Repair cap: -
Deep Sleep
This character rents beds. Cost: - caps.
GoodNatured
This character starts quests.

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Perk empathy synthesizer
This character is involved in quests.

Quests

  • Shock Value: When the player enters the Old Olney underground to find the Tesla coil, they encounter Wint and Kidd who are fleeing the underground. If the correct path of dialogue is chosen, he provides information about their expedition. Once the Lone Wanderer finishes a dialogue path, regardless of his choices, Wint informs him that he is leaving, and runs for the ladder. He and Kidd will no longer engage in dialogue with the Lone Wanderer, and will disappear from Olney.

Inventory

Appearances

Wint appears only in the Fallout 3 add-on Broken Steel.

Behind the scenes

His name is a reference to Mr. Wint, a character in Ian Fleming's novel and similarly titled James Bond film, "Diamonds Are Forever" who also has a partner named Mr. Kidd.

References

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