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214 Results For GCLENNY.MSG
100 You see an especially short, older ghoul.
101 You see Lenny, Harold�s assistant.
102 You see a short, older ghoul. He appears to be preoccupied.
110 Hello there, my name�s Lenny. H�how can I h�help you?
111 Hello ag�gain. How c�can I help you?
112 I hear that you�re the Descendant of the Vault Dweller. You know, I met the Vault Dweller once.
113 Hello there. I j�just can�t g�get over h�how much you look like the Vault Dweller. Wh�what c�can I do for you?
114 Grenny? Heewo.
115 What do you do here?
116 I�m wounded. Can you help me?
117 One of my friends is hurt. Can you help them?
118 My friends are hurt. Can you help them?
119 Lenny, have you ever heard of something called a Garden of Eden Creation Kit?
120 You met my ancestor?
121 I�m just looking around. Goodbye.
122 Can you provide healing.
125 Yes. What do you need?
126 I guess I don't need anything right now.
130 Y�you sh�shouldn�t have left your village. G�go home now.
131 Home? Goobye.
140 Y�you sh�should go home.
141 I c�can�t take time for you.
142 Sh�shoo. Go away!
150 A G�garden of Eden C�creation K�kit? I heard that Vault City had one of those. That�s the only one I�ve ever heard of, though.
151 I�m wounded. Can you help me?
152 One of my friends is hurt. Can you help them?
153 Well, my ancestor, the Vault Dweller, said that Vault 13 owes us one. I need to find it.
154 I guess that�s all I need to know. Goodbye.
160 W�well, I h�help H�harold mostly. Wh�when people get hurt, I h�help them out.
161 Help Harold do what?
162 Let me ask you something else.
163 You can heal people?
164 I�m wounded. Can you help me?
165 One of my friends is hurt. Can you help them?
166 I�ll have to keep that in mind, if I get hurt. Thanks. Goodbye.
170 L�let me t�take a look at that. I th�think I c�can help you.
171 Isn�t this going to cost me anything?
172 Thanks, Lenny. Let me ask you something else.
173 Thanks, Lenny. Goodbye.
174 I c'can h'help you. B'but it'll c'cost you $30. F'for supplies.
175 I don't think I need your help right now. Goodbye.
180 Well, your f�friend c�could use a little h�help. I c�can h�help them though.
181 L�look�s like you f�found some kind of trouble to g�get into. I c�can fix them up, though.
182 Isn�t this going to cost me anything?
183 Thanks Lenny. Let me ask you something else.
184 Thanks Lenny. Goodbye.
185 Your f'friend is hurt. I can f'fix 'em up f'for $30. I n'need the m'money for s'supplies.
186 What have you f'folks been up to. L'looks l'like you c'could really use some healing. I n'need to charge you $60 to heal everyone.
187 Your f'friend looks ok to me.
190 W�well. I didn�t actually m�meet the V�vault Dweller. But I saw them. Once.
191 You saw the Vault Dweller? Where?
192 Oh, I see. Well, I�ve got places to go, things to kill. Goodbye.
200 Well, b�before the W�war I w�was a doctor.
201 Before the war? But that must have been almost 160 years ago.
202 Oh; well, that explains it. Thanks. Goodbye.
210 That's t�true. B�but the radiation seems to have g�given us g�ghouls a longer life-span. �Course, it took almost eveything else away.
211 Took things away?
212 Everything seems to have good and bad mixed together. Goodbye.
220 W�well, y�yes. We look l�like f�friggin� f�freaks. We d�don�t have any skin, for Chrisakes.
221 Well, I guess you have seen better days.
222 As a group, you�re not the most attractive bunch on the planet. Goodbye.
230 Y�you c�could say that. I�d trade in all those years to b�be a n�normal person again.
231 Well, not much hope of that, I suppose.
232 I bet you would. Goodbye.
240 If those f�fools in Vault City w�would share their medical technology, I�m sure we could c�cleanse the excess r�radiation and heal ourselves.
241 They won�t help you?
242 I think I�ve heard enough. Goodbye.
250 Y�you�ve been to Vault City? Then you t�tell me wh�what you think the chances of g'getting h�help from those bigots is. M�might as well watch a p�paper dog chase an asbestos c�cat through hell.
251 I�m sorry to hear that, but I think you�re right. Let me ask you about something else.
252 I�m sorry to hear that. Goodbye.
260 N�no. L�life�s too short -- heh, heh -- well, for m�most people -- to sweat the s�small stuff. Know what? It�s all small stuff. This is f�free.
261 Thanks Lenny.
270 I�it w�was a long time ago. In a place called N�necropolis. A lot of us g�ghouls lived there. One, day I saw someone running through the city.
271 Running?
272 Well, I think I�ve had enough of your hazy memories for now. Goodbye.
280 Yes, running. You see, we ghouls c�can�t run too much anymore. So, I knew it was an outsider when I saw them. They ran by so close I could have touched them. I wish that I had joined the Vault Dweller.�
281 You wanted to join my grandsire?
282 Yeah, as though my ancestor would let a fleshless freak like you do anything with them. Goodbye.
283 Uh, well, I'd love to hear the whole story but I've got things to do. Goodbye.
290 Yes. I h�had the chance of a lifetime and I blew it.
291 What do you mean?
292 Well, those are the breaks. Goodbye.
300 L'later, I h�heard that the Vault Dweller had fixed our water system. The V�vault Dweller saved us -- all of us. Do you understand? It didn�t matter that we were ghouls. For once it didn�t matter. We w�were people again. W�worth saving.
301 My ancestor was the founder of our tribe. That memory is revered amongst my people.
302 Well, I�m only interested in saving my tribe. The rest of the world can fend for itself. Goodbye.
310 Later, I heard that the Vault Dweller destroyed the source of the m�mutant army. The Vault D�dweller saved all of us. Human and ghoul alike� I could have been a part of that, but I lacked the c�courage. I�ve never forgiven m�myself.
311 I am following in my ancestor�s footsteps. Would you like another chance? Will you join me?
312 I�m sure that the work you do here amongst the ghouls has value and meaning. It was good to hear of my ancestor. Let me ask you something.
313 Well, a lot of people are cowards deep down inside. It's not something to be overly ashamed of. You're just weak. Goodbye.
314 Often the right path is not obvious. We all have our special purpose here. Thanks for telling me of my ancestor. Goodbye.
320 I'm h'happier than a bull b'brahmin in a pasture-full o' cows! I'd b'be honored to j'join you. I m'may be old and I cain't m'move t'too darn fast, leastwasy not for too long, b'but I kin sure p'patch you up when y'you need it.
321 I am glad that you can join me. I�m sure that your healing skills will come in handy.
322 Hmm, this might be too arduous for one of your advanced age. I think you should stay here. I�m sorry. Goodbye.
330 I have work to do here. I c�cannot join you.
331 You are n�not at all like your ancestor. Y�you disgrace their m�memory.
332 Y�you have m�much to learn about life. I d�do not like what y�you have learned so far.
333 I am saddened to hear that you cannot join me.
334 Jeez, you�d think a piece of rotting meat like you would leap at the chance to get out of this glowing cesspool of a town. Goodbye.
340 I h�help H�harold administer the town. Th�there�s always more p�paperwork to do.
341 What else did you say you did here?
342 I guess that�s all I need to know for now. Goodbye.
350 You d�didn�t have enough m�money... b�but I helped y�you out anyway. J�jist c�cant stand to see p�people in p�pain.
351 I can�t thank you enough, Lenny. I need some more information from you, though.
352 Thanks, Lenny. I definitely owe you one. Goodbye.
360 There are s�so many p�people here. You d�don�t need my h�help, anymore. G�good-luck to you.
370 I never th�thought I�d live to see the d�day when I�d be ashamed to b�be p�part of what you�re doing. You�re a d�disgrace to the Vault Dweller�s m�memory. B�dee-ya, b�dee-ya, goodbye.
371 Y�know, I th�thought it w�would be nice to t�travel around with y�you. But you�re j�jist an ornery and c�cantankerous as a bull b�brahmin with a c�cactus up it�s ass. And you don�t s�smell much b�better, either. B�dee-ya, b�dee-ya, goodbye.
372 I�m sorry to see you go, Lenny.
373 You can�t handle it, huh? Well, you better just drag your half-rotten carcass away before I make up my mind as to whether snuffing you is worth a cartridge or not.
374 *Burp* Yeah, whatever. I guess you�ve got other things to do, like spending all of your free time trying to remember what it was like to have skin that didn�t look like three month old roadkill in July. Get out of here, you fucking freak.
375 Okay.
380 Wh�what d�do you w�want me to do?
381 Lenny, I know you�re really trying. But please get out of my way.
382 I need you to fight differently, Lenny.
383 I need you to wait here.
384 Physician, heal thyself.
385 I need some healing Lenny.
386 I need you to heal some of our friends here.
387 I need you to heal us.
388 How are you doing, old-timer?
389 I don�t need anything else from you right now, Lenny.
400 You want me to f�fight d�differently?
401 I want you to change your distance.
402 I want you to use your best weapon.
403 I want you to use your best armor
404 I want you to fight differently.
405 Never mind.
410 H�how, f�far do you want m�me to be? You know it's hard for me to c�catch up.
411 I want you to stay only a short distance away from me.
412 I want you to stay at medium distance.
413 I want you to stay at long distance.
414 I need you to scout ahead.
415 Never mind.
420 Wh�what d�do you want me to d�do?
421 I want you to fight defensively for now.
422 I need you to fight normally.
423 I need you to fight aggressively.
424 Never mind.
430 I g�guess you c�can teach an old d�dog new tricks. What a k�kick.
431 I j�jist c�can�t seem to g�get the hang of it, somehow.
432 Okay.
440 Oh, Okay. I�ll w�wait right here until you g�get back. G�give me a chance to r�rest my aching j�joints.
441 You do that, Lenny. Goodbye.
442 You should wait here; oh, and another thing...
443 Never mind.
450 I g�gotta g�get a b'bigger g�gun.
451 Use your best weapon, Lenny.
461 Put your best armor on, Lenny.
462 Lenny, after you put on your best armor, there�s something else I need you to do for me.
463 Never mind.
470 That�s a g�good idea. I w�was wondering when we�d s�stop for that. I�m h�hurtin� fer c�certain.
471 Y�you ought to l�let m�me take a l�look at those w�wounds o� yours.
472 Seems l�like someone n�needs m�me to sow �em up ag�gain.
473 Go ahead and heal yourself.
474 Heal yourself, and then there�s something else I need you to do.
475 Go ahead and heal me, please.
476 Heal me, and then there�s something else I need you to do.
477 Go ahead and heal us.
478 Heal us, and then there�s something else I need you to do.
479 Never mind.
480 I c�cain�t d�do that. I�m not really much of a scout.
481 Oh, okay. Never mind.
490 I�ll s�stick c�close to you.
491 Stay close now, Lenny.
492 Stay close, and there�s something else I need you to do for me too.
493 Never mind.
500 I g�guess we d�don�t want to m�make too easy a t�target huh?
501 Don�t get too close, Lenny. I want to make them work at hitting us.
502 Don�t close up too much. There�s something else I need you to do for me, too.
503 Never mind.
510 Okay, I�ll s�stay a b�bit farther off. S�seems like people mostly want to k�kill you, anyways.
511 I need you to keep back for your own safety. It has absolutely nothing to do with the way you smell.
512 Before we spread out I need you to do something else for me, as well.
513 Never mind.
520 I�ve g�gotten pretty g�good at looking out f�fer myself o�er the years.
521 I just need you to be careful when we get into fights.
522 I want to make sure that nothing happens to you. Heck, you�re an antique. One more thing, though�
523 Never mind.
530 Only way to d�do it.
531 Just fight the way you normally would, and we should be fine.
532 Just loosen up and fight normally. One more thing...
533 Never mind.
540 I c�can�t do that. J�jist fighting at all is about all th�these old b�bones kin handle.
541 OK. Never mind.
1000 Wh�what d�do you w�want me to do?
1100 I'm d'doing fine.
1200 I have a minor w'wound but I can keep g'going.
1300 That�s a g�good idea. I w�was wondering when we�d s�stop for that. I�m h�hurtin� fer c�certain.
1400 I need healing now or I'm g'gonna die.
1500 Oh, okay. I�ll w�wait right here until you g�get back. G�give me a chance to r�rest my aching j�joints.
1600 Okay.
1700 I�ll s�stick c�close to you.
1800 I g�guess we d�don�t want to m�make too easy a t�target huh?
1900 Okay, I�ll s�stay a b�bit farther off. S�seems like people mostly want to k�kill you, anyways.
2000 There are s�so many p�people here. You d�don�t need my h�help anymore. G�good-luck to you.
2100 I never th�thought I�d live to see the d�day when I�d be ashamed to b�be p�part of what you�re doing. You�re a d�disgrace to the Vault Dweller�s m�memory. B�dee-ya, b�dee-ya, goodbye.
2200 I w'wasn't sure you'd come back.
2300 What's with the rush all the time?
2301 Oh, sorry. I'll get out of your way.
2302 Rush, rush, rush. OK, take it easy, I'm moving. Sorry, I didn't mean to get in your way.
2303 I'm sorry, I just can't move any faster. I'll get out of your way then.
2304 Oh, okay, I'll lurch out of your way.
2305 I'll just stagger over here then.
2306 I don't mean to be an obstacle.
2307 Oh, sorry.
3000 Too many bad things happen around you. I am leaving before something happens to me.
3001 I'm not going to help a childkiller. Goodbye.
3002 You scare me with your bloodlust. I will not follow you anymore.
3003 I don't want anything to do with a slaver. Goodbye.
3004 You are a traitor! You destroyed our power plant. I will not help you.
3005 I d'don't want anything to d'do with you.
4000 Well, okay, but I sure don't want to be left all alone here.
4001 All right, if you think it's really a good idea.
4002 Well, I don't like to use weapons unless I really have to, but I suppose I could use a knife, I think. I can use a pistol, at least I used to be able to. If I really had to, I think I could handle a submachine gun. If only they weren't so loud. I'm a healer, not a fighter.




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