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100 You see a middle-aged man in a white lab coat. He looks preoccupied.
101 You see Dr. Troy.
102 You see a middle-aged man in a white lab coat. He looks preoccupied.
103 Let's see... we have three inoculation shots scheduled for tomorrow morning.
104 I swear Gregory's a hypochondriac...
105 Still need to give those new Servants their physicals.
106 Phyllis, could you bring me the Proconsul's blood test, please?
107 Odd...these results aren't consistent with low platelet levels.
108 Maybe we can clone that spleen from those cells taken this afternoon.
109 Need to introduce more vitamins into the dietary supplements...
110 Hmmmmm.
111 Phyllis, could you bring me a hardcopy of Helen's file please?
112 To think I could have taken that job with LoveLine...
113 Getting tired of making these lists for the First Citizen...
114 Another request for a list of medical supplies? I just submitted one yesterday!
115 A mutant! Guards!
116 A ghoul! Guards!
117 Hello, I'm Dr. Troy. How may I be of assistance?
118 Me got ouchie
119 Ass-is-tense?
120 Shamble off
121 I'm looking for the main computer. Can you tell me where it is?
122 What is it you do here?
123 Just passing through, thanks.
124 You are? It's a pleasure to meet you. If you have the time, perhaps we could compare notes? It is not often that I get the chance to speak to another physician.
125 Absolutely. I'd love to learn some of the medical techniques you Citizens use.
126 Not right now. I had some other questions...
127 Maybe later. I have to be going.
128 Excellent! Well, first, let me take you on a tour. Over here, we have the monitoring systems...
130 ... and that is how we can clone cells to make replacement limbs. We have to be careful that the tissue cultures don't get contaminated, but... in any event, I think I've talked enough... hope it was informative.
131 It certainly was. I had some other questions I wanted to ask you...
132 Thanks for the tour, Doctor Troy. It's been very educational.
133 The main computer? It's down on the third level. Just take the elevator down, walk straight until you hit the T-intersection, then make the first left. That'll take you right to the control room.
134 What is it you do here?
135 Thanks.
136 I am Vault City's primary physician. I take care of all the Citizens within Vault City and do my best to keep everyone healthy.
137 I'm looking for the main computer. Can you tell me where it is?
138 I see. Maybe we'll talk later, then.
139 Hold on a moment...I don't recall seeing you around before. Are you a Citizen?
140 Yes. I just got my Citizenship papers only recently.
141 Actually, I'm
142 . I am the Captain of the Guard.
143 Uh... sure. Sure I am.
144 No, I'm not.
145 A pleasure to meet you,
146 . If you are ever in need of my services, you can find me here.
147 Thanks. Goodbye.
148 You're not a Vault City native, though, am I right? I'm certain I would remember someone like you. Where are you from?
149 Hold on a moment... you're an Outsider, correct? Where are you from?
150 From a small village to the west, Arroyo.
151 Why do you want to know?
152 None of your business, "doctor." Can I go now, or do you have more questions for me?
153 I don't like to discuss my past.
154 Arroyo? I don't believe I've heard of it. I'm sorry to pry. I was just looking for someone who had traveled beyond the walls of Vault City... most Citizens here have never left the City.
155 Looking for someone? Why?
156 That's *fascinating.* What's that got to do with me?
157 I'm sorry to pry. I was just looking for someone who had traveled beyond the walls of Vault City... most Citizens here have never left the City.
158 Looking for someone? Why?
159 That's *fascinating.* What's that got to do with me?
160 You must have gotten turned around in the city streets... head back to the corridor you entered from, then make a right. That'll take you back to the surface, all right?
161 Thanks for the directions... sometimes I get so turned around, you know? I'll just head back up to the surface right now.
162 I don't think I'm ready to go right now, "doctor." First, I'd like to see what you've got in stock.
163 I've been looking for someone who might be able to perform a special errand for me.
164 What is it?
165 Not interested, thanks.
166 Excellent! I'm glad you've reconsidered.
167 It has come to my attention that there is a new chem in the wastes. It's called "Jet," I believe. I'm willing to pay a thousand dollars for a sample of this chem.
168 Jet? I have a sample right here.
169 I happen to have some Jet on me. It's yours for twelve hundred.
170 I have some Jet on me... I'll part with it for fifteen hundred.
171 So... you want me to smuggle some Jet into Vault City for you?
172 What do you want me to do?
173 Not interested, thanks.
174 I'm sorry to hear that. Return if you change your mind... I'll gladly reimburse you for your trouble.
175 I had some other questions for you...
176 Reimburse? Uhhhh... I'd rather have cash, thanks. Goodbye.
177 All right. Goodbye.
178 Hmmmmm. Considering the fact you have it on you, that is more than a fair price. Very well. Here is your money... and thank you.
179 I had something else I wanted to ask you...
180 You know, I don't think you really want to inhale that... crap. Trust me.
181 Need any help on how to use that? I mean, I've found to get the best rush, you need to close your nostrils, force all the air out of your lungs, then take a deep breath, inhale, and hold it for about a minute...
182 Pleasure doing business with you, doctor. Be careful with that stuff.
183 *Thank* you. You can leave now.
184 I had something else I wanted to ask you first...
185 You know, I don't think you really want to inhale that... crap. Trust me.
186 Sorry, just trying to help. Later, Doctor.
187 What are you talking about?
188 Forget it. I had something else I wanted to ask you...
189 Well, they make that stuff from brahmin shit.
190 Those are brahmin shit fumes in that Jet canister. Gross, huh?
191 Those are brahmin shit fumes in that Jet canister. Gross, huh? Hey, by the way... I've been looking for some endorphine blockers. Do you have any?
192 Well, according to the boy genius here, they make that stuff from brahmin shit.
193 Well, according to the boy genius here, those are brahmin shit fumes in that Jet canister. Gross, huh?
194 Well, according to the boy genius here, those are brahmin shit fumes in that Jet canister. Gross, huh? Hey, by the way... we've been looking for some endorphine blockers. Do you have any?
195 Uh... nevermind. Maybe it's better you don't know.
196 I think you must be... mistaken.
197 Well, it's pretty hard to swallow. I had some other questions...
198 No, really. They grow Jet in brahmin shit... they use it as fertilizer.
199 No, really. They were originally growing hallucinogens in brahmin shit, but then they discovered that the *fumes* were actually making the workers high. See, it turns out there's this contaminated pre-war protein extract in the brahmin systems...
200 Probably so. I don't think I believe it myself. See you later, Doctor.
201 Really? Hmmmmm. I suppose brahmin... excrement would make a good fertilizer. I hadn't considered that before. Thank you, friend. I was curious about the manufacturing process.
202 Yeah, except they use brahmin shit to make the Jet, not excrement. See you, Doc.
203 No problem. Be careful with that stuff, all right?
204 Hey, aren't we all? See you later, Doctor.
205 That's... fascinating. Hmmmmm. Perhaps I could take blood samples from the brahmin in the courtyard, then... thank you, my friend. Thank you very much, indeed. I was curious about the manufacturing process.
206 No problem. Be careful with that stuff, all right?
207 Hey, aren't we all? See you later, Doctor.
208 Endorphine blockers? Whatever for?
209 I think endorphine blockers could be used to neutralize Jet once it's in someone's system. I can't test it without some endorphine blockers, though.
210 Never mind. I had something else I wanted to ask you...
211 Nothing. I have to be going.
212 We don't have endorphine blockers here, but I could program the Autodoc to manufacture some. Would you care to explain to me your theory?
213 Well, you see Jet's chemical reliance is probably the hardest thing to shake, so I was thinking that if we introduced endorphine blockers into the body we could...
215 I'm... speechless. That's simply the most brilliant solution I have ever heard. I've been experimenting with methods of curing Jet reliance for months, and came up with nothing.
216 You've been working on an antidote, too?
217 Yes, that's what I needed a Jet sample for.
218 Yes... and unsuccessfully.
219 This chem's stranglehold needs to be stopped before it can spread. Why... with the information you've provided, we could manufacture the antidote today! Hold on.
220 Great! Thanks, Doctor.
221 This young man here? He made Jet?
222 I wouldn't say "man," but yes, he designed Jet. Or so he says.
223 Yeah, you wouldn't think it to look at him.
224 Myron, Dr. Troy... Dr. Troy, Myron.
225 Then I have some questions for this young man...
226 Uh, sure. You might want to take some aspirin before you start, though. I'll wait here.
227 Be my guest.
228 Go ahead. Call me if you need anything... like a baseball bat.
229 Brahmin fumes? Not a conventional manufacturing process, but... hmmmmm. Perhaps I could take blood samples from the brahmin in the courtyard, then... thank you, my friend.
230 No problem.
231 Sure.
232 You may also tell your little hooligan friend that he is wasting his considerable intellect manufacturing chems. His manners and language also leave MUCH to be desired.
233 Tell me about it.
234 Maybe you should loosen up a little, Doc. A little chem use never hurt anyone. Well, except for those super stimpacks... and Buffout... and Psycho. Actually, never mind. I'll be going.
235 I'll pass that along.
236 Yes, I'm willing to pay you a thousand dollars for the sample... and your silence.
237 I have a sample of Jet right here.
238 What do you want the Jet for?
239 Sounds good. I'm in.
240 I'm not interested.
241 It would be... helpful to me and my work if you could bring me a sample of this chem. I will pay you a thousand dollars for the delivery. But it is of utmost importance that you keep this transaction confidential.
242 Uh... confidential?
243 Oh really? How much are you going to pay me to keep silent? I could turn you in right now.
244 I have a sample of Jet right here.
245 What do you want the Jet for?
246 No problem. You can count on me.
247 I'm not interested.
248 Uh, yes... confidential. As in, keep the matter between you and me. Tell no one.
249 I have a sample of Jet right here.
250 What do you want the Jet for?
251 What's to keep me from turning you in right now?
252 No problem. I'll keep it "confidential" and all that, uh, no talking stuff.
253 I'm not interested.
254 That is not your concern. Obtain a sample of Jet, bring it to me, and I will pay you a thousand dollars... and that price includes your silence.
255 Well, I have a sample of Jet right here.
256 What's to keep me from turning you in right now?
257 No problem. You can count on me.
258 I'm not interested.
259 Wha --? You wouldn't! How *dare* you threaten me!
260 Whoa! Calm down, I was just asking. No need to panic.
261 I would, and I will. How much is your Citizenship worth to you? Life out in the wastes can be pretty rough on a person...
262 I was a fool for trusting you! Very well... what is it you want?
263 Five hundred on the first of every month, and we'll keep your chem smuggling between the two of us.
264 A thousand on the first of every month, and you get to keep your Citizenship.
265 Two thousand on the first of every month, and I'll keep quiet.
266 Are you insane?! There's no way I can afford that!
267 All right, all right. Make it five hundred, and we don't need to involve the First Citizen at all.
268 You better FIND a way to afford it, or you'll be begging for scraps in the Courtyard like the rest of the Outworlders.
269 Very well. Here is your first payment. I hope you choke on it.
270 It's been a pleasure, Doctor. You'll be seeing me again real soon.
271 You better watch your mouth, or you'll be the next patient in that Autodoc. Understand?
272 This is NOT something to be joking about; this is a very serious matter. I will pay a thousand dollars for the Jet, your silence... and no more questions. Do you want the job?
273 Well, what do you know? I have a sample of Jet right here.
274 What's to keep me from turning you in right now?
275 Sure, I'll do it.
276 I'm not interested.
277 You do?
278 Excellent! Thank you, my friend... you have no idea how important this is to my work. Here is your payment, as promised.
279 Great. Before I go, I had some other questions...
280 You know, I don't think you really want to inhale that... crap. Trust me.
281 No problem. Thanks, Doc.
282 Hello, Captain. How may I be of assistance?
283 Hello, Citizen. How may I be of assistance?
284 How may I be of assistance?
285 Yes?
286 Me got ouchie
287 Ass-is-tense?
288 Shamble off
289 I'm in need of your medical expertise.
290 You mentioned before you were a doctor... I'm something of a doctor myself.
291 Do you have any endorphine blockers?
292 I got that Jet you wanted.
293 I'm interested in that job, if it's still available.
294 About that Jet you wanted... I think the other Citizens might like to know about it, too.
295 Nothing today. Good day, Doctor.
296 Certainly. I'm sorry... it's been some time since I actually had to administer them. Most Citizens received theirs many, many years ago. Let me prep the Autodoc for the procedure...
297 All right.
298 All finished. A word of caution: This vaccination doesn't make you immune to poison and radiation, but it does bolster your natural resistance.
299 Much appreciated. Say, I had some other questions I wanted to ask you...
300 Great. Thanks, Doctor.
301 Oh, it's you. What do you want?
302 I'm in need of healing.
303 I've been poisoned.
304 I've been irradiated.
305 I've come to pick up my cash. You got it?
306 I'm here to remind you that the first is coming up, and you better have my money.
307 Nothing... today.
308 I haven't forgotten. Here is your money. Now leave.
309 Hold on... I want some healing, too.
310 Hold on... I've been poisoned. I need you to cure it.
311 Hold on... I've been irradiated. I need you to cure it.
312 Pleasure doing business with you. See you soon, Doc.
313 I haven't forgotten. You'll get your money. Now leave.
314 Hold on... I want some healing, too.
315 Hold on... I've been poisoned. I need you to cure it.
316 Hold on... I've been irradiated. I need you to cure it.
317 That's all I want to here. See you soon, Doc.
318 I see. First, I'll need to check your vital signs... lean back and we'll hook you up to the Autodoc here...
320 Hmmmm. It seems that during the start-up procedure, an operator priority override has caused the Autodoc to accidentally inject you with Sodium Tri-Ethalene.
321 What? What's that mean?
322 It means you have less than ten seconds to live. Your stupidity is really quite staggering. Blackmail someone, then put your life in their hands? Simply amazing. Goodbye... and good riddance.
323 Now I have to reload! This is so shitty! I'll get you during my next save game.
324 What about the Hippocratic Oath?! Hey! I...
325 I'll haunt you from the grave. I swear it.
326 How did you get down here? I'm afraid you'll have to leave. Hold a moment while I summon some guards to escort you out.
327 ME NO GOH!
328 Stand around for a moment
329 I have some good news. I was able to make an antidote from that sample of Jet you gave me.
330 Good news... I was able to use the information you gave me to make an antidote.
331 Once taken, it nullifies Jet's withdrawal symptoms and also... removes the euphoria associated with the chem.
332 Great. Can I have some?
333 Can I get a sample of it? I think it could help the people in Redding.
334 Of course. Here you go. Take it to one of my colleagues, Dr. Johnson, in Redding. He should be able to see that it gets to those that need it.
335 Of course - here you go. I understand that the Jet problem is especially prevalent in Redding. If you take the antidote to the physician there, Dr. Johnson, he should be able to see that it gets to those that need it.
336 Great! I'll be sure to keep this safe. I had some questions for you...
337 Thanks for the antidote.
338 Excellent! Return here when you have obtained the Jet sample, and I will have your payment ready.
339 Deal. I had some other questions...
340 I'll be back with the Jet.
341 Yes, I'm familiar with them. It's an invasive procedure, where impact plates and thermal dissipator membranes are grafted to the skeleton to help protect against physical trauma and heat. Why do you ask?
342 Yes, you mentioned the implants before. I will not perform the operation, I'm sorry. The procedure is irreversible, and the implants do more harm than good.
343 I ran across them in the Vault City medical database. Could you perform the operation on me?
344 Could you perform the operation? I can't do it myself.
345 All right. I had some other questions...
346 Fine. Just checking.
347 Fine. Maybe I can find somebody else to do the procedure.
348 No, I'm sorry... as I said, the implants are an invasive procedure and the recovery period is long and arduous. Patients undergoing the operation in the past have also frequently developed skeletal deformities.
349 I'm willing to risk it. Can you do it anyway?
350 I would consider performing the operation only in the event of an emergency, not for the sake of convenience. The risk is too great, and the implants are not a substantial improvement over standard combat armor.
351 Hmmm. Okay, I had some other questions...
352 Well, thanks anyway.



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