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100 You see a very tired looking man in a white coat.
101 You see Dr. Curling, head of the United States Chemical Corps.
102 You see a man in a chemical-stained lab-coat.
103 What are you doing out?
104 I think we better get you back in your cell.
105 Guards! We've got another one loose.
106 Wait here, I'll call someone to take care of you.
107 Interesting. I didn't realize that the toxin made them dumber.
108 Hello? Hello. Is there anybody in there?
109 How did you get in here, anyway?
110 Get out of my lab, trooper.
111 This isn't part of your patrol route.
112 Get out of here, or I'll call your sergeant.
113 Keep moving, trooper.
114 I didn't report any trouble here.
115 Welcome to the Chemical Corps section, trooper. I'm Lt. Col. Dr. Charles Curling. Now that we've been introduced - get the hell out of my lab.
116 I'm not who you think I am. I'm
117 from Arroyo and we've got something to talk about.
118 Sorry, sir. My mistake. Goodbye.
119 Alarm stations everyone.
120 Get out of my way!
121 Clear for action!
122 Get out of here, I'm too busy to deal with you.
123 Didn't you hear the alarm?
124 Run for cover! The alarm has sounded!
125 I hope there are enough lifeboats.
126 Everybody out!
127 Well,
128 , I don't know how you escaped your cell but I don't think we have anything to talk about.
129 That's where you're wrong. A couple of times.
130 You're right. I'm just here to kill you.
131 You may be right. Goodbye.
132 I'm Lt. Col. Dr. Charles Curling, United States Chemical Corps. And just who the holy hell are you?
133 I'm your worst nightmare-a mutant with a gun and an attitude.
134 I'm
135 of Arroyo, and we've got something to talk about.
136 I'm someone that needs to talk to you.
137 You need to talk to me? Who are you and why should I spend time talking to you?
138 I'm from Arroyo and I need to talk to you about saving thousands of lives.
139 I'm
140 and you better talk to me because I'm holding all the aces here.
141 You're right. There's nothing for us to talk about. You're a dead-man anyway.
142 Carry on, doctor. I'll be leaving you now. Goodbye.
143 The final resort of all tiny-minded primitives. It's so easy to see what separates you from real humans like us.
144 You're so damn sure of yourself, aren't you?
145 You fucking bigot. You need to be put away, right now.
146 I don't see that there's much I need to talk about with a mutant. Soon, when real humans retake the planet for their own, you'll just be another unfortunate reminder of the war.
147 Real humans? What are you talking about? I'm as human as you are.
148 I've got an unfortunate reminder for you, right here in my holster.
149 Guards! Help! Guards!
150 Guards! Heeeelllllp!
151 Help needed in Chemical section! Urgent!
152 Guards! Alarm! Guards!
153 Shouldn't I be? Our research on the villagers clearly shows changes to their DNA. It's a natural result of all the background radiation.
154 So what if our DNA is a little different?
155 I don't know what that means exactly, but so what if we're a little different?
156 No, not really. You're actually rather different, at least your DNA is. A rather unfortunate effect of generations of background radiation, I assume.
157 So what if our DNA is a little different?
158 I don't know what that means, but so what if we're a little different?
159 Oh, your DNA, is more than just a *little* different. It's quite different. If I weren't so pressed for time by the Project I'd be interested in running further tests on your people, other than the F.E.V. toxicological study, of course. Fascinating work really.
160 What did you want to know about?
161 How's our DNA different?
162 You're running tests on my tribe?
163 What the hell is "the Project?"
164 I've heard enough. You need to be put down like a rabid gecko. Goodbye, asshole.
165 There are a number of, primarily, very subtle changes. I haven't had time to look into the ramifications of the changes yet though. Also, I'd have to backtrack to isolate your initial gene-stock before I could hazard any ideas on the direction the changes are taking. All in all though, the information is clear enough.
166 What is clear enough? What information?
167 Yeah, maybe. Let me ask you something else, doctor.
168 Why the information that you and your tribe are no longer human, of course. Since your tribe has only been out of a vault (let's see Vault 13 wasn't it?) for some eighty-odd years, anyone out longer is certain to have been even more compromised. Yes, I'm afraid that the conclusion is unavoidable.
169 Conclusion? What conclusion?
170 Why, I thought that I had made myself perfectly clear. The conclusion that you, and all your kind, are no longer human. In order to retake the earth and to maintain the integrity of the human race, all you mutants will have to be destroyed.
171 Destroyed? What do you mean?
172 The Project that the Enclave has dedicated itself to these past several decades has been the reestablishment of the human race upon the continental United States. God Bless America.
173 That doesn't sound as though it would take decades to achieve.
174 I've heard enough of that. Let me ask you something else.
175 Oh, just establishing an outpost wouldn't take long. We've all ready done that at Navarro. But it has taken a long time to work out the proper method for the eradication procedure.
176 Eradication procedure?
177 Why yes, we can't move back to the mainland only to risk contamination by all of the mutated near-humans there. In order to make the United States safe for humanity, all of the mutants must first be exterminated.
178 What!?! Are you insane? That's monstrous?
179 Exterminated? How are you going to do that?
180 I don't think so. I prefer to see it as social Darwinism at its finest. The survival of those best able to assure their own reproduction. The success of future generations, of the whole human race, depends upon us.
181 Change is probably the one universal constant. Just because we're different doesn't make us bad. If anything, we're living proof of humanity's resilience. As such, we deserve to survive even *more* than your people do.
182 Have you stopped to consider that even though we're different that we're just as human as you are?
183 You aren't going to have any future generations, doc. 'Cause you're going to be dead.
184 I hadn't ever stopped to think about it that way�. Please, give me a minute, while I think this over very carefully.
185 That's OK. Take your time, doctor. It's a big concept to swallow.
186 You don't have a minute. Your time's been up for a while all ready. Goodbye, asshole.
187 That's preposterous. You're no more like me than a mutated, two-headed, cow is like a normal heifer.
188 If there were mono-headed cows at one time, they've long since died out. But the cow, as a species, has survived and grown stronger. Change is an integral part of the natural order.
189 Killing everyone on the mainland is just plain wrong.
190 I'm tired of all your bull. Time to meet your maker, Dr. Death.
191 You're kind clearly isn't capable of understanding what I'm trying to tell you. It's hopeless. You should leave now.
192 Well, I tried. Time to die, bigot.
193 All right, I'm going. One of us is hopeless and I don't think it's me. Goodbye.
194 Toxicological studies on the effectiveness of the F.E.V. toxin, yes.
195 The F.E.V. toxin? What's that?
196 Let me ask you about something else.
197 The F.E.V. toxin. It's the perfect solution for this difficult problem.
198 What's the F.E.V. toxin?
199 Wait a minute. Let me ask you something else.
200 One of our patrols found the research data, and several samples, about the F.E.V. virus in a former military research base that had been almost completely destroyed.
201 Okay, now I know where you found it, but what does it do?
202 The F.E.V. was initially designed as a virus that was supposed to turn humans into super-soldiers. That experiment seems to have been an utter failure, although I did try a modification of the virus on one of our Secret Service agents with some success.
203 Great for you, but how does that have anything to do with eradicating everyone?
204 Oh, yes, well, I was getting to that�.The F.E.V. virus bond is species specific, it will only bond with human glyco-proteins. It only took a few years to tweak the F.E.V. virus to make it more lethal than it all ready was. The result was just what the doctor ordered, perfect in every way.
205 Perfect? How so?
206 Isn't it obvious, my mutated friend? The F.E.V. is, thanks to me, a lethal toxin, and thanks to some mysterious genius named, rather dramatically, the Master, it only works on humans, mutated or not.
207 So?
208 That means that we have the perfect disposal device for all of the near-human mutants infecting the globe.
209 I still don't understand how that's *perfect.*
210 I've got to ask you about some of your other crazy ideas.
211 The F.E.V. toxin will only attack to humans, leaving everything else alive, better still, within a month all the mutants will be dead and the F.E.V. toxin will die out as soon as it runs out of hosts.
212 There can't be enough verti-birds here to spread the toxin all over the globe.
213 I'm going to make you a host to some high-energy projectiles. Say your prayers.
214 You're right, there aren't. But we don't need them. We have a release system that will spray the F.E.V. toxin straight from the vats to the outside atmosphere. The jetstream will take care of the rest. Global saturation within two weeks.
215 Two weeks?
216 Yes, two weeks for the virus to spread, another month or so for it to run its course and then the United States will be ready for recolonization by real humans. Our species will have been saved.
217 You really think you're doing the right thing don't you?
218 Aren't you the great humanitarian. I've got to get out of here before I have to kill you. Goodbye.
219 Your species may make it but you're sure not going to.
220 Yes, I do. There is no price too high to pay for the survival of one's species.
221 I'd agree with you on that. Has it occurred to you that the *mutants* as you call them are just another type of human?
222 I'd have to agree with you, doc. I think I'll strike a blow for us mutants. Starting with you!
223 I told you I need a moment to think this over.
224 I really do need some time to think.
225 This isn't a snap-decision.
226 I've got to think about this.
227 Give me a moment won't you?
228 I hate to admit this but you may be right. What we've been planning all along just isn't right. I was so blinded by trying to overcome the obstacles that I didn't think about the morality of my quest.
229 Well, now that you've thought about it. You should destroy the toxin.
230 That might�. No, that wouldn't work.
231 Why not?
232 Because they'd just start over. Even with me dead, there's enough data between here and Navarro to assure that they could replicate my work. Only something more drastic will be enough.
233 More drastic? What do you mean?
234 The Enclave must be destroyed. Completely destroyed. If we're not, then we'll just pick up the pieces and start over somewhere else.
235 I'm sorry to hear that. Uh, Doctor, how do you suggest that the Enclave be destroyed?
236 I think that the best way is to just release the F.E.V. toxin into the air-filtration system. Since the Enclave is a sealed system that should take care of everyone.
237 What about my people? Or me? Or you, for that matter?
238 I can release the antidote into the air-system for all the cells. The detention level is served by a separate air system from the rest of the Enclave. Everyone will think that I'm just running another test. You, I can inoculate directly, here and now. (he reaches for you with a syringe)
239 Ouch, thanks Doc. What happens when the F.E.V. toxin is released?
240 Hey, wait a minute, you're not sticking me with that thing!
241 It's not pretty. You should leave as soon as possible. But I'd rather have the weight of a thousand on my conscience than several hundred-thousand. Our time is through here. We had our chance.
242 How can I free my people from the detention area?
243 You should probably shut down the power. I know that the reactor is controlled by a large computer near the reactor bay but I don't know exactly what you'd need to do to shut the reactor down.
244 Thanks for the information you've given me. Your sacrifice will be remembered by all the peoples of the earth.
245 About time for you to come to your senses you old coot. Now get moving.
246 When the stars threw down their spears,
247 And water'd heaven with their tears,
248 Did he smile his work to see?
249 Did he who made the Lamb make thee?
250 Huh?
251 Oh, just something I remembered from a long dead poet. I was wondering if there's still a place for those who've worked towards such a dark end for so long. Our time is over, yours has just begun. Get going!
252 Oh, okay, thanks for all your help, doctor. You're a brave man.
253 You're a loony - but a useful loony. Goodbye.
254 Get going!
255 Get out of here.
256 Move it!
257 You don't have time for this!
258 Go, while you still can!
259 Don't you understand? Without it you'll be dead in a matter of hours.
260 Oh, well, if that's the case. Stick away, doc. What happens when the F.E.V. toxin is released?
261 No needles, no way, no how. I'll take my chances.
262 You'll never make it to free your people unless you're inoculated. What's the matter? Afraid of a little prick?

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