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100 You see a thin, nervous-looking man.
101 You see Painless Doc Johnson, Redding's Resident Physician.
102 You see a cadaverous, nervous fellow with bulging eyes.
103 Your head is larger than I would think.
104 Your beetling brow confirms my suspicions.
105 You have a very well developed sagittal crest.
106 I wonder if it was long exposure to radiation that so reduced your cranial capacity.
107 No food here. Go away!
108 Shoo, shoo!
109 Go back to the wilderness, you savage.
110 If only tribals were as passive as brahmin, they could be just as useful.
111 Looks like you came to the right person. I'm Doc Johnson and I can patch you up.
112 Hello there. You brought your friend to be patched up? I'm Painless Doc Johnson, and I'll take care of 'em.
113 Looks like you fellers got caught on the short end of the stick. I'm Doc Johnson, and I can patch you up if you want.
114 Hello, I'm Doc Johnson, and my professional opinion is that you're looking a mite poorly. Need me to fix you up?
115 Hello, I'm Doc Johnson. I'll have to take a closer look at your friend if you want me to fix 'em up. They don't look too good.
116 Whatever you fellers caught, I'm sure I can fix it. I'm Doc Johnson.
117 Got yourself all scraped up, huh? Well, let Doc Johnson take a look at that. Easy now, I'm a professional.
118 What have you folks been getting yourselves into? Let old Doc Johnson take a look at ya.
119 Thanks, Doc. How much will this cost?
120 I just wanted to try to buy some supplies.
121 I don't need healing right now so much as some answers to some questions.
122 Nice to meet you, but I don't think any healing's needed right now. Thanks anyway, Doc. Goodbye.
123 It's going to cost $50 to patch you up good as new.
124 It'll cost you $50 to have your friend all patched up. Good as new, I guarantee it.
125 Here's your money, Doc.
126 I guess I can't afford that right now. Sorry, Doc; maybe another time.
127 $50, huh? Maybe I'll have that done later. Goodbye, Doc.
128 Tell you what; I'll give you a group rate seeing as how you're all broken up. $100 to patch up the lot of you.
129 Here's your money, Doc. Fix us up.
130 I guess we can't afford that right now. Sorry, Doc; maybe another time.
131 $100, huh? Maybe we'll have that done later. Goodbye Doc.
132 Looks like you're not doing too well there. I can cure what ails you for $100. You want me to try?
133 Your pal's not doing too well. I think I can cure what ails 'em for $100. You want me to try?
134 I hope you can do better than try, Doc. Here's your money.
135 I guess I can't afford that right now. Sorry, Doc; maybe another time.
136 $100, huh? Maybe I'll have that done later. Goodbye, Doc.
137 What a bunch of sick pups. Well, I can try to fix you up and cure what ails you, but it's going to cost you $150. Want me to have at it?
138 Yes, please. Here's your money, Doc.
139 We can't afford that right now. Sorry, Doc; maybe another time.
140 $150, huh? Maybe I'll have that done later. Goodbye, Doc.
141 I'd sure like to help you, but you don't have enough to cover your bill. Medical supplies cost money.
142 Aww, come on, Doc. We sure need your help.
143 I'll come back when I have more money. Goodbye.
144 Well, okay. I'll do it this once - but you better have the money to pay me next time.
145 That worked�once. Just like I told you. This time I need the money. You aren't going to get anything in this world for free - my services included.
146 Thanks, Doc. I sure appreciate it. Next time I'll have cash. I promise.
147 I feel kind of guilty imposing on you like that. I better come back when I have money to pay you.
148 Okay, sorry. But before I go, let me ask you about something.
149 Okay, okay. I'll be on my way, then. Goodbye, Doc.
150 Sorry. No money, no service. I can't give meds away to everyone who asks for them. I'd be broke inside of a week. You'll have to come back when you've got money to pay my fee.
151 I don't have cash, but I have stuff to barter. Can I trade you something for your services?
152 Before I go, let me ask you something.
153 OK, I'll try to raise some cash. Goodbye.
154 What would you like to know?
155 What now?
156 I think I have a solution for the Jet problem that you have here.
157 I hear that Redding has been having a problem here with its exports lately.
158 I could sure use some healing.
159 I'm just wondering about what's going on here in town.
160 Why do they call you Painless Doc Johnson?
161 Got any medical supplies I could trade for?
162 I was just looking around. Goodbye, Doc.
163 What does this look like to you? A general store? No, I don't barter for medical services. I just want payment in honest gold dollars, thank you very much. Come back when you have some.
164 All right. I get the picture. Goodbye.
165 I might be able to provide you with some supplies; let's see what you've got in trade.
166 Okay, Doc.
167 I didn't mean right now. I was just wondering if you had stuff to trade. I have some questions, though.
168 Oh, I don't need anything right now. See you later, Doc.
169 Did you get everything you need?
170 Well? Did that do it for you?
171 Actually, let me take one more look at your stuff.
172 Thanks, Doc. Let me ask you something.
173 I sure did, Doc. Thanks. Goodbye for now.
174 There you go. All better. That do it for you?
175 Actually, I had some questions I wanted to ask you.
176 That'll do it. Thanks, Doc.
177 Wouldn't let that go too long. Some wounds fester and start oozing puss. Then there's always gangrene. Course, lately, I haven't used my knives as much as I'd like. Getting a bit rusty. Tell you what: Go ahead and let it go as long as you want. Maybe I can get some practice later on.
178 I see. While I'm festering, let me ask you about something.
179 Uh, yeah, well I'll think about that. Goodbye, Doc.
180 Lately, it seems as though more miners are spending their time flying on Jet than mining. If this keeps up, Redding's gold production will come to a halt. New Reno doesn't seem to mind, though.
181 All of the miners here are only working enough to get their next hit of Jet. Production here has really slowed down. If this keeps up, New Reno's going to own Redding.
182 All miners are doing here lately is getting high. Hardly anyone's mining for gold any more. I'm worried that New Reno's going to own this town. I sure wish there was a way to stop this Jet reliance.
183 What does New Reno have to do with it?
184 Where does the Jet come from?
185 I see. Let me ask you about something else.
186 Thanks for the information. I'll see you around, Doc. Goodbye.
187 Hello there. I'm Painless Doc Johnson. What can I do for you?
188 What can old Doc Johnson do for you this time?
189 Hey, Doc. I just had some questions to ask you.
190 I was wondering if you had any meds I could trade for.
191 Doc, I heard about some special armor implants. Do you know anything about that?
192 I was just looking around, Doc. Nice to meet you. Goodbye.
193 Thanks to you, I'm turning this Jet problem around. That antidote of yours that I slipped into the Jet supply is doing a great job of grounding all those Jet Jockeys.
194 I'm glad it's working. Let me ask you about something else.
195 Aren't people suspicious about getting sick on the Jet that you sold them?
196 Glad it's working, Doc. I guess I'll be on my way. Goodbye.
197 Thanks to the antidote that you brought me, Redding's problems with Jet are at an end. It looks as though New Reno will have to find another way to try and take over here.
198 I'm happy I was able to help. Let me ask you something else.
199 Weren't people suspicious about getting sick on the Jet that you sold them?
200 What did New Reno have to do with it?
201 Glad it worked, Doc. Goodbye for now.
202 A solution? What do you mean?
203 I mean that I have an antidote to Jet. Dr. Troy in Vault City made it, and it should solve the Jet-reliance problem that you have here.
204 Oh, nothing. Let me ask you about something else, Doc.
205 We sure do. Too much Jet, not enough work...but where did you hear about that?
206 McClure in Vault City told me.
207 I just heard a rumor, that's all.
208 It's not really important. Let me ask you about something else.
209 New Reno sells Jet pretty cheap. Jet's real habit-forming, like nothing you've ever seen before. They figure that if they get enough people in an area using it, those people will do anything to get more. That gives them de facto control of an area - like Redding.
210 I see. Let me ask you about something else, Doc.
211 So if you don't want New Reno to control Redding, just who do you want in charge here?
212 Thanks for explaining that to me, Doc. Goodbye.
213 All of the Jet here in town is shipped here from the Mordino family in New Reno. It comes mostly in bulk packages, and then I process it into user-ampoules...so I end up selling all of it right here.
214 You must make a tidy profit out of that.
215 You must be real chummy with New Reno, then.
216 I see. Let me ask you about something else.
217 Have any Jet that I could have, then?
218 Not really. I guess they're so used to me processing the bulk batches of Jet into user-ampoules that they haven't even thought twice about it. I've been doing it for quite a while before this, and I've been the doctor here for a long time.
219 I'm glad that you're not in trouble. Let me ask you about something else, Doc.
220 Good. I bet things would get ugly if they ever suspected. Well, goodbye, Doc.
221 Well, everyone wants a part of the gold here in Redding, so we're going to go to be controlled by someone, eventually. I just want us to have the master that's going to do the best job for Redding.
222 And who do you think that is?
223 The way I see it, Redding's best chance is with Vault City controlling things here. That's where I'm from - so I might be biased - but I really do think that Vault City can do a better job of helping the citizens of Redding.
224 Why is that?
225 Because they handle Vault City in a just and humane manner. They would do the same for Redding. I'm sure of it.
226 Vault City takes care of their citizens all right, but they treat non-citizens like dirt.
227 I see, Doctor. That makes a certain kind of sense.
228 They'll realize the benefits soon enough. I'm certain that they'll welcome Vault City's administration with open arms, uh, eventually.
229 I see. Well, let me ask you about something other than politics.
230 Hmm, I don't know about that. Goodbye.
231 That's nonsense. Vault City does extend special privileges to citizens, but only because they're better qualified to enjoy those things than brutish non-citizens. Besides, everyone can qualify for Vault City citizenship if they pass the tests.
232 I'm not sure how the people here in Redding would react to rule by Vault City.
233 Yeah, no doubt. Goodbye, Doc.
234 I fill the user-ampoules with Jet and then distribute it purely as a service to the people of Redding. I don't make a profit doing it. If I didn't do it, then some other quack would be preparing the chem with germ-encrusted, rusty equipment. I'd never get this population disease-free after that.
235 What a nice guy you are, Doc. That's great. Let me ask you about something else, then.
236 How *noble* of you, Doctor.
237 That's interesting. I'll see you later, Doc. Goodbye.
238 I'll thank you not to use such heavy sarcasm when you say that. Call it nobility if you like; I prefer practicality. The mine owners pay me a stipend to keep the miners relatively healthy and able to work. If I let someone else work with the Jet, I'd never be able to do the job I'm paid to do.
239 I see. Well, let me ask you about something else, then.
240 Hmm, thanks for telling me that. Goodbye, Doc.
241 Dr. Troy? I know him. A wonderfully talented physician. We worked together when I was in Vault City. Tell me about this antidote.
242 You worked in Vault City?
243 Dr. Troy said that I should bring the antidote to you, and that you'd know what to do with it.
244 Yes, that's where I received my medical training. I'm a Vault City citizen. I found that there are many places in the world that needed my medical expertise more than Vault City. So here I am. Now, about that antidote...
245 Dr. Troy said that I should bring the antidote to you, and that you'd know what to do with it.
246 Indeed I will. Let me have it, then.
247 Here it is, Doc.
248 Not so fast Doc. What's it worth to you?
249 I don't think I'm ready to hand it over just yet. See you around, Doc. Goodbye.
250 What's it worth to me? Why, you little weasel! I oughta�
251 Easy there, Doc; that kind of talk makes me feel so bad that I get all shaky. I could drop things�like this antidote bottle.
252 Okay, okay. Hey, I was just kidding. Here it is.
253 Thank you. I'll make sure the miners get a little something *extra* with the next batch of Jet that they pick up.
254 Aren't they going to be suspicious of you, Doc?
255 I'm glad I could help. Let me ask you about something else, Doc.
256 Good. I hate seeing all those damn Jet Pilots flying around all the time. Goodbye, Doc, and good luck to you.
257 Okay, you've got me. I'll give you $2,000 for it. That's all I've got.
258 I guess that will have to do. Okay, here it is, Doc.
259 I think I'll hold on to it for a while yet. Goodbye, Doc.
260 You can do that, but you won't get a better price from me. That's really all I have.
261 Well, okay, I guess I'll take the $2,000. Here's the antidote, Doc.
262 We'll see. Goodbye, Doc.
263 I know McClure. He's on the Vault City council. What did he tell you?
264 That mine production is way down and gold prices are way up.
265 I'm not sure I should tell you.
266 Oh? And what did this rumor say?
267 That mine production is way down and gold prices are way up.
268 Oh, just the usual garbage. Hey, let me ask you about something else, Doc.
269 That's true. The miners here are all getting high on Jet instead of working. So exports are down and prices are up. This situation can't last.
270 That's not good. Hmm, let me ask you about something else.
271 That doesn't sound good, Doc. Goodbye.
272 It's because my patients usually pass out before they get to screamin' too much. It's kind of a joke.
273 I see. Well, that's uh, comforting. I guess. Let me ask you something else, then.
274 I think I need to be going. I just remembered an important appointment that I have, uh, somewhere. Uh, goodbye, Doc.
275 You can tell me. I'm a doctor.
276 Oh, yeah. Well, okay. He told me that gold production here in Redding is way down and prices are way up.
277 I read something about that, too. It's not too hard to do if you've got the training. And the equipment.
278 Do you have what you need to perform the operations?
279 Mostly. I have the skill and the training, but I don't have the implant material.
280 So, what does that mean?
281 That means that we'll just have to improvise. I think I can get what I need from a set of standard combat armor. I can take the concussive protection plates and also the thermal cells from the armor.
282 That's great. So you can do it?
283 Well, yes - but if I pack too much armor in, the patient sure isn't going to win any beauty prizes.
284 I don't care about that; I just want the protection. What can you do, exactly?
285 There are actually four different operations that can be performed. There's Dermal Impact Armor that protects against impact, and there's Phoenix Armor Implants that protects against heat. Then each one has an Assault Enhancement as well. You have to get the basic armor before you can get the Assault Enhancement.
286 What operation did you want to know about?
287 I don't think I want to do anything like that. Let me ask you about something else.
288 Tell me more about the implants. I think I may want you to operate on me.
289 I think I know enough now. I'll have to think about it. Goodbye.
290 Which operation were you interested in?
291 The Dermal Impact Armor.
292 The Phoenix Armor Implant.
293 The Assault Enhancement for the Dermal Impact Armor.
294 The Assault Enhancement for the Phoenix Armor Implants.
295 Doc, I think I'd rather ask you about something less�uh, invasive.
296 I guess I don't want to hear about an operation right now. Goodbye.
297 According to what I've read, Dermal Impact Armor gives you 5% resistance to normal and explosive damage - over and above any other armor you're wearing. The operation takes about two days, one suit of Combat Armor (for parts), and it will cost you $5,000. This procedure should be fairly simple�I think. Hmm, you may not even scar all that badly.
298 That sounds great, Doc. Let's do it. I just hate getting shot, stabbed, and blown up all the damn time.
299 Let me ask you about one of the other operations, Doc.
300 I'll have to come back when I have more money, Doc. Goodbye.
301 I'll have to come back when I dig up a set of Combat Armor, Doc. Goodbye.
302 I don't think I want to do this right now after all. Goodbye, Doc.
303 You need to have the Dermal Impact Armor installed before I can give you the Assault Enhancement. But I'll tell you what it should do. The Assault Enhancement should give you a total of 10% resistance to normal and explosive damage - over and above any other armor you're wearing. The operation takes a few days and it'll cost you $30,000. In addition, you're not going to be too Charismatic after I finish. Cramming all those impact plates under your skin is going to make you look pretty damn angular, but in a very streamlined way. But who doesn't like the way a new car looks - I'll try not to give you tail-fins.
304 The Assault Enhancement of the Dermal Impact Armor should give you a total of 10% resistance to normal and explosive damage - over and above any other armor you're wearing. The operation takes a few days and it'll cost you $30,000. In addition, you're not going to be too Charismatic after I finish. Cramming all those impact plates under your skin is going to make you look pretty damn angular, but in a very streamlined way. But who doesn't like the way a new car looks - I'll try not to give you tail-fins. Ready to begin?
305 That sounds great, Doc. Let's do it. I'm all assault, all the time, and I don't mind looking the part.
306 Let me ask you about one of the other operations, Doc.
307 I'll have to come back when I have more money, Doc. Goodbye.
308 I'll have to come back when I dig up a set of Combat Armor, Doc. Goodbye.
309 I don't think I want to do this right now after all. Goodbye, Doc.
310 According to the reports, Phoenix Armor Implants give you 5% resistance to thermal damage (fire, laser, and plasma) - over and above any other armor you're wearing. The operation takes a few days, one suit of Combat Armor (for the thermal-dissipative membranes), and it will cost you $8,000. Not to worry, though; this operation *should* create only minimal scarring - at least that's what I read.
311 That sounds great, Doc. I sure won't have to worry about extra sunscreen after this.
312 Let me ask you about one of the other operations, Doc.
313 I'll have to come back when I have more money, Doc. Goodbye.
314 I'll have to come back when I dig up a set of Combat Armor, Doc. Goodbye.
315 I don't think I want to do this right now after all. Goodbye, Doc.
316 You need to have the Phoenix Armor Implants before I can give you the Assault Enhancement. But I'll tell you what it should do. The Assault Enhancement should give you a total of 10% resistance to thermal damage (fire, laser, and plasma) - over and above any other armor you're wearing. The operation takes a few days and it'll cost you $48,000. In addition, you're not going to be too Charismatic after I finish. Layering all those thermal dissipators under your skin is going to make you look a bit lumpy, sort of like an overstuffed burrito.
317 The Assault Enhancement of the Phoenix Armor Implants should give you a total of 10% resistance to thermal damage (fire, laser, and plasma) - over and above any other armor you're wearing. The operation takes a few days and it'll cost you $48,000. In addition, you're not going to be too Charismatic after I finish. Cramming all those impact plates under your skin is going to make you look a bit lumpy, sort of like an overstuffed burrito. Ready to begin?
318 That sounds great, Doc. Let's do it.
319 Let me ask you about one of the other operations, Doc.
320 I'll have to come back when I have more money, Doc. Goodbye.
321 I'll have to come back when I dig up a set of Combat Armor, Doc. Goodbye.
322 I don't think I want to do this right now after all. Goodbye, Doc.
323 There, that should do it. The operation was a success. You shouldn't have to worry about bumps and bruises so much anymore. That swelling and tenderness will go down in a few days.
324 I wouldn't have thought that your skin could accommodate so many of those impact plates, but you're ready for action now. You not only look sort of like Frankenstein, but you should be as tough as him as well. Uh, try to stay out of the sun until most of the scabs slough off.
325 That turned out rather well, I think. The Phoenix Armor implanted much more neatly than I would have thought it would. That burning and itching feeling will probably go away in a few weeks...once your innards get used to the fibers.
326 Coming around, are we? You're just jam-packed with thermal-dissipators and dissipative membranes. You won't look quite so lumpy in a few weeks, but you won't be winning any beauty pageants again, either. Try not to pick at the pus-crusts near the drainage incisions until they stop suppurating.
327 Thanks for the advice, Doc. This is great. Hey, let me ask you about something else.




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