Emogene Cabot is the youngest and most flirtatious member of the Cabot family. Like her mother and brother, she uses a special serum to defy aging and has been doing so since she was 32 years old.
Her terminal entries reveal her to be a skilled hacker, as she played around with RobCo's database server.
During the Great War, while Jack and Edward Deegan were away at Parsons State Insane Asylum, Emogene was responsible for thwarting a takeover of Cabot House by Anders, one of their employees, who tried to forced the family out of the house at gunpoint.
While appearing to be the most frivolous and irresponsible of the Cabots, she is actually quite empathetic and self-aware. An argument can be heard where she chastises her mother for being picky about what food they eat when the rest of the the Commonwealth barely have enough to survive. This indicates that Emogene is well aware of how well-off her family is compared to the rest of the wasteland.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.|
|This character is involved in quests.|
The Sole Survivor is asked by Jack to look for her during Emogene Takes a Lover. Upon rescuing her from the Pillars of the Community, she appears to be far older than her brother. With a Charisma check, she can be asked about this and will explain that she has not taken the serum that keeps the Cabots looking young in some time. She refuses to be escorted home, preferring to have a drink first.
Effects of player's actions
After the completion of the quest, she can be found in the Third Rail, looking much younger. She does not say anything more than "Ah, my hero." or "Yes?"
|Laundered loungewear||10mm pistol
|Emogene Cabot's password
A painting of her can be found in the Grandchester Mystery Mansion but it is described as being a portrait of the late Morticia Grandchester.
Emogene Cabot appears only in Fallout 4.
- Emogene Cabot: "Mother, you do realize that we are lucky to have canned peas. Most people nowadays don't even have enough to eat."
(Emogene Cabot's dialogue)