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158 Results For VCSKEEVE.MSG
100 You see Wallace's Assistant, Skeev.
101 You see a scrawny young man. His eyes are darting back and forth.
102 You see Wallace's Assistant, Skeev.
103 You see a scrawny young man. His eyes are darting back and forth.
104 Hey, you got any pieces of Horrigan? I could sell 'em for fifty, hundred bucks a pop, give you 10% of the action.
105 Get lost.
106 Beat it. I got nothing to say to you.
107 Oh, uh, hey, Captain. Good day, huh?
108 Well, if it ain't the new Citizen.
109 Hey there, "Citizen."
110 You can't bring that mutant in here.
111 You can't bring that ghoul in here.
112 We're shut down for the night. Come back in the morning.
113 Look, Outsider, if you got customs business, Wallace is in the back there, okay? He'll set you up with all the forms you need.
114 Furms need?
115 Shamble off
116 Uh... what is this place?
117 All right. Thanks.
118 This is the CUSTOMS Office. Like the sign outside says. If you haven't got customs business, what are you doing here?
119 I was looking for the Vault.
120 I was looking to get inside the city.
121 Since you're a part of customs and all, I was wondering if you had any 'advice' on how to bring certain items within the city.
122 Nothing. Sorry to bother you.
123 The Vault? It's inside the city. Why? You looking to get past the gate?
124 Yes.
125 No, just looking around. Thanks.
126 Well, you could go see my boss, Wallace, and TRY to get permission to get inside, but you'd be wasting your time. He never lets anybody in. Of course, there's other ways...
127 What other ways?
128 Thanks. I'll go see Wallace then.
129 Advice? Well, advice's expensive, Outsider. You got any money?
130 Give him $50.
131 Give him $75.
132 Give him $100.
133 Probably not enough to interest you. I'll be back when I have some more.
134 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk later.
135 Well, there's a few things you can do. One is become a Citizen. They never search Citizens. Of course, your chances of becoming a Citizen are next to nothing.
136 Why?
137 What else could I do?
138 Nevermind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
139 If you're not born a Citizen, then you have to take a test to become a Citizen. Number of Outsiders that have taken the test and become Citizens? Zero. Your chances? LESS than zero.
140 What is this test?
141 What else could I do to beat customs?
142 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
143 Gregory, the Proconsul, gives a "test" to any Outsiders who want to become Citizens. It measures their intelligence and perception, and you have to be damn lucky to pass it, too. Most Citizens would have trouble with it.
144 So what makes it so hard?
145 What else could I do to beat customs other than becoming a Citizen?
146 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
147 Since most Outsiders can't read, do trigonometry, or spell "Australopithecus," you figure it out. It's just an excuse to keep Outsiders from becoming Citizens.
148 What else could I do to beat customs other than becoming a Citizen?
149 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
150 Hide the goods on your slaves...your "Servants." You see, Vault City mentality is this: They don't seem to catch on that anyone would let Servants carry anything important... or questionable. Go figure.
151 Any other options?
152 All right, then. Thanks.
153 Well, you CAN become a Citizen... unofficially.
154 What are you talking about?
155 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
156 If you got the cash, then I'll go into detail. Otherwise...
157 I've got the money. What are you selling?
158 Nevermind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
159 $200, and the papers are yours.
160 For two hundred bucks, I can make you a full-fledged Citizen. You'll have free passage through the gate, no hassles. I can print out the papers, register your serial number, and have you on your way in five minutes.
161 What if I told somebody that you were peddling Citizenship papers?
162 Sounds good. Here's $200.
163 Well, two hundred's pretty steep. I only got $150 on me.
164 I don't have that kind of cash on me. Maybe some other time.
165 No thanks. Maybe some other time.
166 Simple. They wouldn't BELIEVE you. You're an Outsider, I'm a Citizen. Guess whose word they're going to believe?
167 I'll take the Citizenship papers, then.
168 I'll take the Citizenship papers... but for $150, not $200.
169 Well, $200's too steep for me. I might be back if I get some more money.
170 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
171 Hmmm. Well, all right... I'm feeling charitable today. But don't tell any of your other Outsider friends you got them so cheap.
172 All right.
173 Just give me the damn papers.
174 All right, they're all done printing. Here you are..."Citizen." And don't tell anyone about this, ESPECIALLY Wallace, all right?
175 No problem. I would never think of doing such a thing to an upstanding Citizen such as yourself, especially when I have proof of your illegal activities sitting right here in my pocket.
176 Got it. No problem.
177 What th-?! Nobody's gonna believe you, Outsider! It'll be your word over mine!
178 Normally, it would be. But these fake papers speak for themselves. And they will, unless you can pay for their silence.
179 Of course it will. See you.
180 I... wh... you dirty...
181 Careful... I'd watch your tongue if I were you.
182 Sweet talking me isn't going to help, Skeev.
183 All right, I got a LITTLE cash stashed away. Here. Take it... three hundred bucks. Now, you gonna keep quiet?
184 As far as you know. See you.
185 No problem. You have my silence.
186 Two hundred or nothing, Outsider. It's the only way you're going to get inside the gate.
187 I think I'll try official channels.
188 No thanks.
189 Ha! Good luck, Outsider. The only way you'll get a Day Pass outta ol' man Wallace is if you pry it from his stingy, dead fingers.
190 I'll try him anyway.
191 If that's what it takes...
192 You reconsider?
193 You again. What do you want?
194 Vant? Vant!
195 Shamble off
196 What is this place?
197 I'd like to get inside the city.
198 I'd like to buy those fake Citizenship papers you were offering before.
199 I've decided to turn you in for selling fake Citizenship papers.
200 Since you're a part of customs and all, I was wondering if you had any 'advice' on how to bring certain items within the city.
201 Never mind.
202 Look, dim, get out of here, or I'll call the guards.
203 Look, dim, get out of h -- Mmmm. Wait a minute. Maybe...
204 Hurnh?
205 Shamble off
206 Come with me a second, dim. I got somebody you gotta meet.
207 Okee-dokeee
208 Nuh-uh ME STAY
209 Found this Outsider wandering in the wastes, Barkus. Looks like good Servant material.
210 Found this bunch wandering in the wastes, Barkus. This one Outsider here looks like good Servant material.
211 2 Seconds
212 You HAVE to be kidding. It's obviously retarded.
213 1 Second, don't remove Barkus' float yet.
214 Re-tar-dead! Pooooo!
215 2 Seconds
216 C'mon. You need someone to work the Vault, don't you?
217 1 Second, don't remove Barkus' float yet.
218 Valt! Gechkk!
219 2 Seconds
220 Well...hmmm. I suppose you'll be expecting a finder's fee?
221 2 Seconds
222 Do Outsiders eat their own feces? Of COURSE I want a finder's fee.
223 1 Second, Don't remove Skeev's float
224 Feeee? Peeeeeeee!
225 1 Second
226 Very well. I'll send it off to the Vault then. MAYBE it can clear up the storerooms.
227 Whoa. How did you escape?
228 Whoa. How did you escape? You better get back inside before Barkus gets mad. C'mon...
229 Oh-keeee
230 Shamble off
231 Like I said before, I can make you a full-fledged Citizen for $200. You'll have free passage through the gate, no hassles. I can print out the papers, register your serial number, and have you on your way in five minutes.
232 What does it take to become a real Citizen?
233 And what if I do? I could go tell him right now that you're selling fake Citizenship papers.
234 I sure hope so. I can be pretty persuasive.
235 We'll see about that.
236 Ha! I'd like to see you try. Wallace'll never believe you.
237 Oh, I think he will once he sees the fake citizenship papers you gave me. Of course, if you happen to have some cash on you, it can be our little secret.
238 We'll see about that.
239 I'll take the Citizenship papers, then.
240 Well, $200's too steep for me. I might be back if I get some more money.
241 No, thanks. Maybe some other time.
242 What does it take to become a real Citizen?
243 Hmmmm. How much for the Citizenship papers again?
244 If I have to pry it from his dead fingers, I will.
245 How do you become a real Citizen?
246 Nothing, never mind.
247 No, thanks. Maybe some other time.
248 If you're not born a Citizen, then you have to take a test to become a Citizen. Number of Outsiders that have taken the test and become Citizens? Zero. Your chances? LESS than zero.
249 What is this test?
250 I see. How much for those papers again?
251 Never mind. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
252 Gregory, the Proconsul, gives a "test" to any Outsiders who want to become Citizens. It measures their intelligence and perception, and you have to be damned lucky to pass it, too. Most Citizens would have trouble with it.
253 So what makes it so hard?
254 I see. How much for those pspers again?
255 Hmmmm. Maybe we'll talk some other time.
256 Since most Outsiders can't read, do trigonometry, or spell "Australopithecus," you figure it out. It's just an excuse to keep Outsiders from becoming Citizens.
257 I see. How much for those papers again?




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