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238 Results For QHPRZRCH.MSG
100 You see a man in a suit. He's staring into space. Like he's lookin' at you but he ain't lookin' at you.
101 You see the head of the free world, the President of the United States.
102 You see a thin, nervous, older man who looks as tired and frayed as the suit he's wearing.
103 You there, what are you doing outside of the reconditioning center?
104 Do I know you? What project are you on?
105 And who do you think you are barging into my office?
106 Uh?
107 Nuh.
108 Bye-bye.
109 Ah, affected by the test serums, I see. Um, I'll get you some help. Guards!
110 Doctor, I think you've been exposed to the F.E.V. Poor soul, I'll get you some help. Guards!
111 Be a good mutant and stay put. Guards!
112 OK.
113 Uh uh. Bye bye.
114 Just wait right here.
115 Uh, stay calm. Someone will be right along.
116 Everything is fine.
117 Damn it! Will somebody come and get this...person?
118 Oh, guards! There's an idiot in my office... No, not the veep.
119 Hello, there. I'm President Richardson and I'm damn proud to meet you. Uh, Vault 13, I see. You've been doing your country an invaluable service.
120 President? Who are you anyway?
121 A service to my country? Just what's going on here anyway?
122 Uh, I guess I took a wrong turn on my way to the lab. Sorry, sir. Goodbye.
123 Hello, doctor. Do you have a report? Good news, I hope. Our salvation is in your team's hands.
124 You there, shouldn't you be working on the Project? Mankind's salvation depends on you.
125 Who're you?
126 Salvation? Just what's going on here?
127 Sorry, sir. Wrong turn on my way back to the lab. Goodbye.
128 Oh, that's quite all right. All those inoculation shots would disorient anyone.
129 Inoculation shots? What do you mean?
130 I guess I do feel a bit groggy. But knowing that I'm helping my country makes it all seem worthwhile.
131 You can say that again. Well, I better get going.
132 Let me get one of the Secret Service to escort you back.
133 That's kind of you but I think I can make it on my own. Goodbye.
134 That would be nice of you. Thanks.
135 It's no problem at all. (talking to intercom) Hello. I could use a little assistance here.
136 Uh. Gee, thanks sir.
137 You better not call your guards if you want to leave this room alive.
138 Ah...well. I'm sure we can work something out. What's on your mind?
139 I want to know what's going on here.
140 I just want to leave quietly. Keep your hand off the alarm until I'm out of here. Or else�.
141 I'm leaving here and taking you as a hostage to make sure my people get out safely.
142 Do you really think you can intimidate the President of the United States?
143 Without a doubt.
144 Maybe not, but I suggest you stay out of my way until I leave.
145 For your information, the guards have orders to shoot me rather than let anyone or anything endanger the Project. I... wouldn't be of any use as a hostage.
146 You don't really expect that to work do you? Ha! If you try it, my guards have orders to shoot me rather than let anything, or anyone, endanger the Project. I'm staying right here. Now, are you going to shoot me or not?
147 Maybe not, but I'm leaving. Don't touch that buzzer.
148 The Project? What Project?
149 Yes, it will. I'll enjoy it.
150 Uh, now, now, now. Now, let's...let's... Uh, Wh-wh-what is it you want, anyway?
151 I want to know what's going on here.
152 I want to know just who the hell you are.
153 I want you dead.
154 Okay, okay, whatever you say. I'll just sit here quietly. It's, uh, nice to meet you. Goodbye.
155 That's too easy. Before I go, I'd like to know just what you're doing here.
156 Watch yourself.
157 Nice to meet you, Mr. President. Goodbye.
158 Ahhh. Ahhh. Guards? Guards!
159 Say goodnight, Mr. President.
160 I am the President of the United States of America. The Vice-President is in the office outside. If you belonged here you'd know that. Who are you and what are you doing here?
161 You're the President of what United States?
162 You're a loony.
163 Vice-President? You mean that drooling idiot next door?
164 What a coincidence, I'm Emperor of the planet Quetzl, here for the surrender of Earth.
165 I'll just let you get back to business Mr., uh, President. Goodbye.
166 Ah-ha. Oh, of course, your eminence. Why don't I just call for... some refreshments? We can talk and work things out - can't we all just get along?
167 That sounds just grand.
168 Nice try, Mr. President.
169 Uh, well, just one second. (into intercom) Ahh, I'd like refreshments for myself and an *unexpected guest*. A very important - unexpected - guest. Right away?
170 Thanks. I guess you're not such a bad guy after all.
171 That was stupid. Now someone's going to have to get hurt.
172 Somebody's loony here, all right. Oh yeah. Oooooh yeah.
173 Don't look at me. I'm not claiming to be the President of a United States that fell long before either of us was born.
174 I am the elected representative of the people. The United States does still exist. God bless us, every one. We've just had to adapt in order to survive after the war.
175 I don't understand. What do you mean?
176 You really don't know, do you? Let me tell you about mankind's salvation. A little history first...
177 A little history�.
178 Go on, Mr. President�.
179 First, why do you have a base at Navarro?
180 Before you get into that�I saw some of your vertibirds doing some trade with New Reno. What's that all about?
181 I don't have time for this lunacy now. Goodbye.
182 Well, hello there. Glad to make time for one of our gallant troopers. But, I am rather busy. So, uh, what can the President of the United States of America do for you?
183 You're back? What is it you want?
184 You can tell me just what's going on here.
185 I, uh, I'm just checking this area, sir. Security check. Yeah. Everything's fine here. Uh, goodbye.
186 Hello. I'm the President of the United States of America, and you are�?
187 Hello there. I'm the President of the United States of America and I must say I've seldom seen a stranger, or sorrier, delegation of misfits in all my life. Just who are you to barge in on me this way?
188 I'm damn curious as to what's going on here.
189 I'm your executioner.
190 The President? What are you talking about?
191 I'm lost. I can see you're a busy man Mr. President. I'll just be leaving now. Goodbye.
192 That's a shame. A conversation with a genuine mutant like you? It'd certainly paint me a picture of what life's like in that radioactive hell on the mainland.
193 Mutant? Why are you calling me a mutant?
194 Radioactive hell? You don't get out much, do you?
195 That's it. Enough talk. Time to die.
196 Yeah, well, we all have to learn to live with disappointment. Goodbye.
197 There was a great war long before we were born. Our gallant soldiers fought from the Yukon to the Yangtze.
198 Yeah, I knew about that part. Go on.
199 Vice-President Bird may look like a drooling idiot, but I'll have you know that man's a national hero.
200 To you, probably.
201 He's one of the bravest men I know. He volunteered to try one of the early versions of the F.E.V. toxin antidote. (sigh) Unfortunately, it didn't quite work out the way we'd hoped.
202 You mean that wasn't what you'd hoped for?
203 It's tiny mocking minds like yours that prove the superiority of real humans over mutants.
204 He's still a gibbering idiot.
205 Why are you calling me a mutant?
206 He may yet come around. In fact, there may even be some unforeseen benefits. His spelling ability has actually improved.
207 I'm happy for you. But why did you call me a mutant?
208 Because you are. Your tribe's DNA has changed since your ancestor left the vault. Unavoidable. All that background radiation you've been exposed to.
209 OK, so I'm a mutant. Guess what smart guy, you're about to become a dead pure-strain human.
210 So we're mutants. So what.
211 Creatures change all the time. It's called evolution. Without that change you and I would still be two bits of protoplasmic goo.
212 We try to keep ourselves safe and secure from radiation. That's what separates humans - like me - from mutants like you.
213 Why do you keep calling me a mutant?
214 Enough talk. Time for you to face that great electoral college in the sky.
215 I've killed men for less than that. But I'm in a hurry today. Goodbye.
216 We were winning, too. And then those damn Reds launched everything they had. We barely got our birds up.
217 Doesn't seem as though it helped us much.
218 Well, no it didn't. But at least it knocked the damn Red menace back into the stone age.
219 And us with it.
220 Well, no. No... not quite. You see, we had planned ahead. We were ready.
221 What do you mean?
222 We had a number of sanctuaries that would enable the glorious American civilization to endure. These facilities - the vaults - were part of the great plan.
223 Those damn vaults didn't work the way they were supposed to. A lot of people in them died.
224 Actually, they worked almost exactly the way they were supposed to. You might call it a social experiment on a grand scale.
225 An experiment?
226 The vaults were set up to test humanity. Some had not enough food synthesizers, others had only men in them, yet others were designed to open after only 6 months. They each had a unique set of circumstances designed to test the occupants.
227 What about Vault 13? What was it's purpose?
228 Ahh. Vault 13 was a special case. It was supposed to remain closed until the subjects were needed. Vault 13 was, in scientific parlance, a control group.
229 But they would all have died if my ancestor didn't get them a replacement water chip. That doesn't seem to fit in with your plan.
230 An unfortunate, and unforeseen, accident. However, as it turns out, a rather fortuitous one.
231 What do you mean?
232 As it turns out we needed test subjects from untainted, pre-war, human stock - your ancestors in Vault 13 - and some freshly mutated stock - the villagers from Arroyo.
233 Why?
234 For the Project. It's almost ready. Humanity's salvation is almost at hand and the United States of America will be the progenitor of that rebirth.
235 Rebirth? What do you mean?
236 The only way for true humans, and democracy, to be safe is to cleanse the mutants from the globe. We humans will take back that which is rightfully ours.
237 The Project will cleanse all the mutants from our fair land - and the rest of the globe. Once again, America will be the world's policeman.
238 I'm a true human, too.
239 Cleanse the mutants? That sounds a bit drastic. How are you going to do that?
240 We found a research facility in operational shape about 70 years ago. A former military base that had been used to research a special virus.
241 A virus?
242 Yes, the F.E.V. virus. It was originally developed to turn soldiers into super-warriors but it failed. The warriors were tough and strong, but far too stupid. However, our brilliant Chemical Corps altered it.
243 Altered the virus? Why?
244 To turn it into a staggeringly effective killer. Any humanoid that isn't inoculated against its effects before its release, will die. That is the Project.
245 That's insane.
246 No, no. That's humanity's last, best, hope. That's what we've been working towards all these years.
247 Great, so you have all this poison and no way to spread it around.
248 We've run short of certain critical chemicals. We can get them from the drug labs of New Reno. If the mutant-mobsters use our guns to kill each other, just saves us the trouble.
249 Everything works in your favor, huh? Tell me the rest of the story.
250 Simple. Navarro is an isolated base. Our vertibirds have a limited range. They refuel there.
251 Makes sense.
252 I'm sure you think so. But tests performed on your tribesmen have all shown that you are guilty of mutation. It's a damn good thing the Project is ready.
253 Why?
254 Some of the members of your tribe are showing some extremely interesting changes. If the danger to true humanity weren't so great I would think about studying them. But that's not to be.
255 Not to be? Why not?
256 Oh, but that's one of the advantages of the F.E.V. virus. We can release it right here and the jetstream will carry it worldwide. It'll have plenty of time to cleanse every nook and cranny of the globe.
257 OK. Then why did you have to kidnap my villagers and the people from Vault 13?
258 Test subjects. Your villagers are all descended from vault stock and we had to make sure that the F.E.V. toxin was still effective. The subjects from Vault 13 test that and an inoculation against the FEV.
259 You're not testing the inoculation on my people?
260 It's hardly necessary. I'm sure we could and it would work, but there's no reason to do so.
261 Did it ever occur to you that what you're doing is wrong?
262 Never. Part of the president's job is to make the tough decisions. A lot of near-humans will sacrifice their lives for the return of humanity. Humans will prevail.
263 There's no way in hell that I can let you do this.
264 Just because everyone out there doesn't have an exact copy of your DNA that doesn't give you a license to exterminate them.
265 You can't stop it. The tests are complete and the toxin is ready for release. In hours, your villagers will be the first to make the ultimate sacrifice. The other mutants will follow. An unfortunate footnote in the continuing history of the human race.
266 Why don't we start that footnote off with your epitaph, Mr. President?
267 Oh, I don't relish this decision. If there was another way- but there isn't. No price is too high for the survival of the human race. If you were human, you'd feel the same way.
268 You really believe that, don't you?
269 Yes, I do. Even killing me won't help you. There's nothing you can do to stop the release.
270 Maybe I'll just figure out a way to give you a taste of your own medicine.
271 We'll just see about that. I've got things to do. Goodbye, President Richardson.
272 I disagree, Mr. President. I think killing you will help. I'll feel a lot better.
273 You could try, I suppose, but soon the staff of the Enclave and Navarro will be inoculated.
274 They aren't already?
275 We just have to distribute the supplies. A matter of hours. Besides, the Enclave is a sealed unit. No air or contaminants get in or get out.
276 We'll see. In the meantime, I'm taking you out of the picture, personally.
277 You might find that tougher than you think. If you do, I'll go to my reward knowing that I died a patriot and a servant of humanity.
278 Time for your reward.
279 Right now, I'll let you think about your coming death. Don't touch the alarm. Goodbye.
280 Very moving. But the radical changes your villagers and other mutants show is a far cry from the gradual changes of natural evolution.
281 Maybe we're changing into a better version of the human race. Did you ever think of that?
282 Very possible, indeed. In which case, our mission is even more vital to the survival of the human race.
283 Huh? What do you mean by that?
284 That's the spirit. God bless America. You should probably get back to your isolation ward now, though.
285 Uh, yes, sir. Whatever you say, sir.
286 Oh, I'll be able to find my own way back, sir. Goodbye.
287 Why, against the F.E.V. toxin, of course. Damn brave sacrifice you and the other members of Vault 13 are making. On behalf of the United States government, and all humanity, I thank you. Now, we better get you back to your ward.
288 F.E.V. toxin? What the hell are you talking about? What's going on here?
289 Uh, yes sir. Whatever you say, sir.
290 Oh, I'll be able to find my own way back, sir. Goodbye.
291 So what? If your kind is allowed to flourish it'll mean the end of the human race as we know it. We can't allow radioactive freaks to squeeze humans into extinction.
292 I think you're overestimating things a bit.
293 Not at all. Look to the future. Sure muties and men could get along for a while, but before you know it, the numeric pressure of your kind would tell. No, a line must be drawn in the sand - the buck stops here.
294 What do you intend to do about this so called threat?
295 I don't have time to listen to your bigoted, mad ravings. Goodbye.
296 The government of the United States of America has been working towards a solution for quite some time.
297 How so? What are you doing here?
298 I assure you, I'm quite sane, as is everyone on the Project. We're dedicated to the salvation of the human race. You can call single-minded dedication to a cause madness, I suppose, but if so, it's divine madness.
299 What are you talking about? What are you doing here?
300 How about my single-minded dedication to killing you right now?
301 You're mad. I don't have time for your lunacy right now. Goodbye.
302 I don't think this tired old planet's big enough for two top dogs. If it's us or you�. Well, I'm going to choose us.
303 I don't think you get to make that kind of choice.
304 As the embodiment of the executive branch, I bear the burden of ensuring the survival and prosperity of the United States and of humanity itself. A heavy burden and yet if it means the return of the earth to our children and to their children, I bear it gladly.
305 How do you intend to do that? What are you doing here?
306 Let me remove your burden. Permanently.
307 It must be nice in your dimension. See you later, Mr. Nutcake.
308 To the North
309 To the Northwest
310 To the West
311 To the Southwest
312 To the South
313 To the Southeast
314 To the East of here
315 To the Northeast
316 Yes
317 No
318 Ouch
319 (cry of pain)
320 Why are you talking to me like that?
321 I don't know anything about that.
322 You're not very nice.
323 Thank-you.
324 This is good.
325 This isn't good.
326 I have a good feeling about this.
327 I have a bad feeling about this.
328 You people are crazy.
329 What are you talking about?
330 Is everyone else crazy here?
331 There must be another way.
332 Come here.
333 I don't understand.
334 I don't know.
335 That hurts.
336 That really hurts.
337 That's got to hurt.




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