Fallout 2 Searchable Database



145 Results For VCCOUBAR.MSG
100 You see a bartender.
101 You see a tall man in an elegant suit. He is staring straight ahead and paying no attention to the patrons around him.
102 You see a bartender.
103 This man looks stone-faced. If he notices you, he shows no sign.
104 Care for a drink, hero?
105 Welcome, hero. Please, take a seat in the bar.
106 Please! Take a seat, rest for a while!
107 Good day, Captain.
108 Vault City prevails, Captain.
109 Good day, Citizen.
110 Vault City prevails, Citizen.
111 A mutant! Guards! Guards!
112 A ghoul! Guards! Guards!
113 I'm sorry, but the bar is closed for the evening.
114 The bar is closed. I'll be returning home once I finish this inventory list.
115 Don't you have homes to go to?
116 Welcome! We've all heard about your exploits against the Enclave. Can I get you something to drink?
117 Awnt-awnt
118 Shamble off
119 What's on tap?
120 I was looking for some information.
121 Nothing today, thanks.
122 Heh-heh, "awnt-awnt" to you, too. Please be careful out in the wastes.
123 Oonnt-oooont!
124 Shamble off
125 What can I do for you, Captain?
126 What can I do for you, Citizen?
127 Yes? Can I help you?
128 Awnt-awnt
129 Shamble off
130 What's on tap?
131 I was looking for some information.
132 Nothing today, thanks.
133 Yes, "awnt-awnt" to you, too. Hold on a moment while I summon the guards to "awnt-awnt" you to the front gate.
134 Urnt? Urnt-urnt.
135 Shamble off
136 "On tap?" How... quaint.
137 We have mineral water, distilled water, and sparkling water. We also have several synthesized alcohols.
138 Um... what synthesized alcohols do you have?
139 Uh, do you have any real drinks?
140 Some water would be great.
141 Never mind. I was looking for some information.
142 Nothing today, thanks.
143 Very good, sir.
144 Very good, ma'am.
145 Which would you like? Mineral? Distilled? Or Sparkling? Each is modestly priced at five dollars a glass.
146 Mineral, please.
147 I'll try some of that distilled water.
148 Set me up with some of that sparkling water.
149 What synthesized alcohols do you have?
150 Never mind. I was looking for some information.
151 That's a little steep for me. I'll come back when I have more money.
152 I think I'll pass, thanks.
153 We have synthetic derivatives H and T, and we recently brewed an extremely popular mixture, "Alcohol-Z," which has a rich pseudo micro-brewery flavor. Each is modestly priced at twenty dollars a glass.
154 How do you manufacture these synthesized alcohols?
155 Uh, do you have any real drinks?
156 I'll just have some water, I think.
157 Hmmm. I'll try some of that delicious alcohol-Z.
158 Nevermind. I was looking for some information.
159 That's a little steep. I'll come back when I have more money.
160 Nothing today, thanks.
161 Would you care for anything else?
162 I'd like some more water, thanks.
163 What synthesized alcohols do you have?
164 Never mind. I was looking for some information.
165 Nothing today, thanks.
166 Are you okay, sir? Drinking all that "alcohol-Z" looks like it has had some sort of effect on you. Are you sure you want more?
167 Are you okay, sir? Drinking all that "alcohol-Z" looks like it has had some sort of effect on you. Are you sure you want more?
168 Would you care for anything else?
169 I don't feel so good...I'm just going to pop out of dialogue for a second and check my max hit points.
170 No, no, I feel great! I'm just going to pop out of dialogue for a second and check my max hit points.
171 I'll just have some water, I think.
172 I'll have some more delicious alcohol-Z.
173 How do you manufacture these synthesized alcohols?
174 Actually, I was looking for some information.
175 Nothing more today, thanks.
176 The Auto-Docs within Vault City can brew synthetic substitutes for otherwise habit-forming substances. As I understand it, these synthetics were used as placebos for chem reliants before the war.
177 You seem to know a great deal about these synthetics.
178 Uh, do you have any real drinks?
179 Oh. Well, I'd just like some water then.
180 Hmmm. I'll try some of that alcohol-Z.
181 Interesting. Say, I was looking for some information...
182 I see. Thanks for the information. Good-bye.
183 I was a servant to Dr. Troy for a few months before being re-assigned here. He required that I be fluent with the Vault City medical database.
184 "Fluent?" Can he legally ask you to do that to a computer?
185 Medical database?
186 Interesting. Say, I was looking for some information...
187 I see. Thanks for the information. Good-bye.
188 Uh..."fluent" means proficient, skilled, well-learned.
189 Huh. Well, if that makes you feel better to put it that way, fine. What was this about a medical database?
190 I was looking for some other information...
191 If denial makes you feel better, I understand. I'll talk to you later.
192 Yes, several of the computers on the first floor of the Vault contain a vast array of medical information. It's all quite fascinating, though the jargon can be confusing if you don't have medical training.
193 Jargon? Is he the one in charge of the computers?
194 Interesting. Say, I was looking for some information...
195 Hmmmm. Maybe I'll go check them out, then.
196 Uh, no. "Jargon" refers to lingo, terminology, usually related to a particular profession.
197 Uh, sure it does, sure it does. Just testing you. Say, I was looking for some information...
198 If you say so. Just let this Jargon guy know that I'll be speaking to him, all right? Goodbye.
199 If you mean what passes for alcohol in the wastes, then no.
200 We have never felt the need to poison our systems with those bacterial-ridden mixtures. The bar in the Courtyard might be less... discriminating.
201 I'll just have some water, then.
202 Wait a minute. What 'synthesized drinks' do you have?
203 I was looking for some information.
204 I'll go check it out then, thanks.
205 Maybe I'll go somewhere else, then.
206 Then perhaps you should be at our information center instead of this establishment. It is located downtown. Now move along... I have other customers.
207 Hold on, I wanted a drink. What have you got on tap?
208 No, I think you'll tell me what I want to know first. And you'll leave that attitude out of your voice, too if you know what's good for you.
209 All right then. Good day.
210 Of course. What did you need to know, sir?
211 Of course. What did you need to know, ma'am?
212 Of course. What did you need to know, Captain?
213 Of course. What did you need to know, Citizen?
214 Can you tell me who Vault City's leader is?
215 Can you tell me a little about the slavery here in Vault City?
216 Never mind. I wanted a drink. What have you got on tap?
217 Nothing today, thanks.
218 Why, First Citizen Lynette, of course. She's been First Citizen for almost two terms now. She is still answerable to the council, but she is responsible for most of the core legislation for Vault City.
219 Council?
220 Can you tell me a little about the slavery here in Vault City?
221 Never mind. I wanted a drink. What have you got on tap?
222 Interesting. Thanks for the information. Goodbye.
223 Yes, there is also a Vault City council. Its spokesman is Senior Councilman McClure. (Leans in.) McClure and the First Citizen have butted heads several times, in fact.
224 Really...?
225 Can you tell me a little about the slavery here in Vault City?
226 Never mind. I wanted a drink. What have you got on tap?
227 Interesting. Thanks for the information. Goodbye.
228 Oh, yes. Recently, some Citizens have petitioned McClure and the council to override some of the First Citizen's decisions. It created quite a stir, let me tell you.
229 Hmmm. I was curious about something else...
230 I see. Well, I could use a drink. What have you got on tap?
231 Interesting. Thanks for the information. Goodbye.
232 Oh, no, no...it's not slavery. Those people you seeing working in the city are servants...myself included. We are treated very well here, taught to read and write, and given medical care, homes and food.
233 Everything except your freedom, huh?
234 If you've no complaints, then it's no problem. Forget I asked.
235 Never mind. I wanted a drink. What have you got on tap?
236 I see. Well, thanks for talking with me. Goodbye.
237 If you are not going to order a drink, perhaps you had best leave, ma'am.
238 If you are not going to order a drink, perhaps you had best leave, sir.
239 If you've no complaints about your...servitude, then it's no problem. Forget I asked.
240 I'll take a drink, then. What have you got on tap?
241 Maybe I better. Good day.
242 I shall. Now is there something I can help you with?
243 I'll take a drink, then. What have you got on tap?
244 Not today, actually. Good day.




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