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1BoS301ScaraMainTerminalEntry 0023 Spent the better part of the day trying to fix that aggravating noodle robot, but I can't figure out how to replace the Japanese language subroutines. Whoever wired that pile of junk did quite a shoddy job. I've already wasted three mnemonic attenuators trying to create a bypass, so I'll have to scrounge for more. At least that will lead me as far from Duff's incessant prattle as possible.
2BoS301ScaraMainTerminalEntry 0027 Duff continues to try my patience. For the umpteenth time, she left one of her "experiments" on top of my lab bench allowing its contents to ooze all over everything I was working on. I swear, she has it in for me. If her laboratory hadn't contained all of the gear I need for my projects, I never would have agreed to stay in the first place.
3BoS301ScaraMainTerminalEntry 0035 Everyone's talking about the giant Brotherhood of Steel airship that arrived in the Commonwealth. I'm not certain why they're here, but I'm sure it has something to do with the Institute. It would be a treat to have a crack at the Brotherhood's robotics technology. Instead, I have to relegate myself to this sorry excuse for a laboratory.
4BoS301ScaraMainTerminalEntry 0039 I've decided to do a little field work and head out to scrounge for parts. One of the traders I do business with said he saw a "whole bunch of robot junk" at the General Atomics Galleria. Anything to get me away from Duff for a few days is certainly fine by me.
5BoS302BPAMUnlockTerminalP.A.M. unit has been reset to default command mode.
6BoS302BPAMUnlockTerminal*ERROR* P.A.M. Unit connection disabled
7BoSM01_BunkerTerminalDoorControlSecurity lock released. Opening doors...
8BoSM02_InitateClarkeLogTerminalTrip 7 Five more crates today: three Cram, one mac & cheese, and some kind of dried meat. Judging from the stench, probably mole rat. The Ghouls didn't touch the mac, but they almost came to blows over the mole rat jerky. They even ate the Cram. I think they're starting to get used to it by now.
9BoSM02_InitateClarkeLogTerminalTrip 8 Ghouls were agitated today. I didn't get enough food - of the four crates, one was mac & cheese again, and two were mislabeled vacuum tubes. That only left one pack of Cram to go around. I have to be more careful, or this whole thing is going to fall apart. If the Ghouls get hungry enough to start raiding the base, someone else will find the tunnels and report them to the Captain. I can't have any more deaths on my hands.
10BoSM02_InitateClarkeLogTerminalTrip 9 Six crates today, all meat. That should be enough to satisfy them for a couple of days. I'm going to have to cut back - I think people are starting to get suspicious. The scribes ran a full inventory today. Knight Rylan has been watching me. And Lucia - I don't think she's figured it out yet. But I can't take any chances. I'll check her journal when I get back to the ship, just to be safe.
11BoSM02_KnightLuciaLogTerminalYear 2, Day 17 Today was my last day as an Initiate. Tomorrow morning, I report to the Elder for my commissioning. I'm finally going to be a Knight. The Brotherhood is everything I hoped for. Family. Honor. Security. I've met people with vision and courage, like Elder Maxson. I've made friends like Clarke. I've proven myself in battle. I can't imagine going back to civilian life now. My only regret is that Clarke won't be going through the ceremony with me. We do everything together. But he's been avoiding me lately. I wanted to talk tonight, like we used to, but he just went to bed. Said he wasn't feeling well.
12BoSM02_KnightLuciaLogTerminalYear 2, Day 18 Today, I stood before the Elder. He spoke of my life before the Brotherhood, my time as an Initiate, and my future as a Knight. It only took a few minutes, but it felt like the most important conversation of my life. A few of my friends were waiting outside to congratulate me - even Proctor Ingram came. But not Clarke. I heard later that he hadn't reported for his duty shift on the Bridge. No one seemed to know where he was. It was almost midnight before he got back, and he went to bed without saying a word.
13BoSM02_KnightLuciaLogTerminalYear 2, Day 23 Clarke and I have been posted to Logistics at the base. Working supply may not be as exciting as patrol duty, but it needs to be done. Clarke seems to resent it, when he talks to me at all. I'm worried about him. I always looked up to Clarke, but he seems like a different person lately. Like he's just given up. At first, I thought he was just jealous. But there's something else going on, something he isn't telling me. If I can get him to open up, maybe we can still work things out.
14BoSM02_KnightLuciaLogTerminalYear 2, Day 34 This is getting out of hand. Clarke has been late to his shifts three times this week. Each time, I've found him and made sure he didn't "forget" again, but I can't keep covering for him like this. I think Sergeant Gavil is starting to suspect something is wrong. When I got back last night, my footlocker was a mess. I think Clarke has been going through my things. What's the matter with him? Why won't he talk to me?
15BostonBugleTerminal1Case Closed on Crime Boss Eddie Winter By Mags Veccio Boston Bugle Staff Writer In a move that has shocked and angered the people of Massachusetts, the Boston Police Department announced last night that they have ceased all investigations into the actions of reputed organized crime boss Edward "Eddie" Winter. Speaking on behalf of the special task force that had been assembled specifically to build a case against Winter, Captain Jonathan Widmark of the BPD said, "After reviewing the evidence with our colleagues at the Bureau of Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, Firearms and Lasers, it became clear that we were, in fact, wrong. Eddie Winter has indeed had a colorful history. But it is not a criminal history. By pursuing our case against Mister Winter, we would simply continue to waste taxpayer dollars and, even worse, condemn an innocent man." It was an unexpected turn of events, to be sure. According to the Boston Bugle's confidential sources within the Boston Police Department, the "innocent man" was anything but. As uncovered by Captain Widmark's official investigation, codenamed "Operation Winter's End," Eddie Winter was involved in every crime imaginable, from petty larceny to first-degree murder. And although nothing was proved, everyone on Widmark's task force suspected Winter in the August homicide death of their lead detective's fiancé, a miss Jennifer Lands. Whatever the truth, it would appear the city of Boston has nothing more to fear from Eddie Winter. When approached for comment, the alleged crime boss could not be reached. In fact, his South Boston sub shop has been shuttered, and his harborside residence completely cleaned out. Eddie Winter, it would seem, has disappeared.
16BostonBugleTerminal1China Showdown - the Atomic Ultimatum By Mags Veccio Boston Bugle Staff Writer War. Has there been any extended period of time in recent memory in which soldiers have not fought, bled, and died, all for the sake of furthering the political goals of one government or another? The short answer is "no." The longer, more terrifying answer is that we have not yet begun to experience the extent of human suffering. From Anchorage in frigid Alaska, to Shantou on our enemy's doorstep, American troops have been embroiled in brutal battle. They have taken and lost many lives, a nearly uncountable number. But not entirely. Because the truth is, the casualties have been countable. These conflicts, however horrible, have all been, in some inexplicable, perverted way... manageable. Through taxes and various wartime revenues, the United States government has been able to fund a standing army the likes of which this country has never before seen. The same is certainly true of our mortal foe, China. And with each dollar spent comes a natural accounting of how that dollar was spent. Every bullet, every bunker-busting bomb, every body bag: soon after each is used in the theater of war, we know every how, when and where. But the sad, obvious truth is that the days of manageable war have nearly come to an end. In the minds of the world's great leaders, those billions of dollars haven't merely been spent - they've been wasted. Because here we are, after more than a decade of constant warfare, with no clear end - and no clear winner - in sight. So really, at this point, what other option do these superpowers have, if not the nuclear one? And therein, of course, lies the rub. For when China or the United States launches its nuclear missiles, and drops its atomic bombs, there will be no one left to count the casualties, let alone the ordnance. No one left to declare victory. So then only one question remains: Is there any way the powers of the world can prevent a nuclear apocalypse? If there is any hope left for the world, we must believe the answer is "yes." But these are hopeless times.
17BostonBugleTerminal1Boston Food Riots Continue By Buster Connolly Boston Bugle Staff Writer In what can only be described as a scene of absolute pandemonium, on Friday afternoon soldiers of the United States Army's 184th Infantry Regiment opened fire on a group of unarmed civilians after an unknown person smashed the plate glass window of the Roxbury Food Bank, prompting several people in the line outside to storm into the establishment. As of yesterday evening, at least four people were confirmed dead and eight others injured, but Jonathan Corman, spokesman for the Army, insists the troops acted within their authority. "The soldiers in question issued explicit verbal warnings several times. Those people knew exactly what would happen if they broke the line and attacked the food bank. Hunger is no excuse for civil disobedience, vandalism or - in this case - starting a riot that puts the lives of every civilian in the area at risk. It is the role of the United States Army to maintain order in this difficult time, and that is exactly what happened in this instance. I would also like to point out that the soldiers of the 184th Infantry Regiment have not had a food ration in two days. These men and women understand hunger probably better than anyone." It is a response the American people have grown accustomed to, as violent scenes like the one in Roxbury have played out again and again, across the country, as a starving populace tries desperately to obtain food for its families. And, as has happened so many times in the past, the civilian witnesses of the so-called riot tell a different tale. Eighty-five year old grandmother Hannah Henry was in line at the food bank, and claims the soldiers had anything but order and liberty on their minds. "They were laughing! Joking about who they were going to shoot first. It was all a game to them. Those soldiers may not have fired on the crowd before that window got broke, but they was looking forward to it all the same." One can only hope that the violence in Roxbury will be the last such incident our country has to suffer through. But until America finds the strength to question its domestic policies - and the food to feed its people - the future remains uncertain.
18BostonBugleTerminal1White House Remains Empty - Where is our President? By Mags Veccio Boston Bugle Staff Writer For more than half a year, the West Wing of America's most famous residence has remained shrouded in near complete darkness. A skeleton crew of manual laborers remains on staff to maintain the property, but nobody has lived - or worked politically - there for several months. And even though the White House Press Corps was unofficially and unceremoniously disbanded around the same time, the media has remained steadfast in answering that most important of questions: Where is our President? At first, the assumption was that the entirety of the United States government had moved operations to Raven Rock, the military operations center located in the mountainous region of Pennsylvania just a few miles northeast of the Presidential retreat in Camp David, Maryland. But further investigations have revealed that neither the President nor his Cabinet have been to the Raven Rock complex in over a year. So if not Raven Rock, then where? Thanks to an extensive and exhaustive investigation, the Boston Bugle has uncovered the answer, and our readers will likely consider it as strange as it is shocking: The President has been leading our country from a Poseidon Energy oil rig just off the coast of San Francisco. It's certainly an odd choice for a Presidential command center. Or is it? Not as much as it may seem, as our investigation discovered. Thanks to the testimony of a highly-placed anonymous source, the Boston Bugle has learned that the official designation of the oil rig is actually "Control Station Enclave" - giving credence to the long-running rumors of a secret, militarized "shadow government," known as the Enclave, that would take control of the United States in the event of a nuclear conflagration. And so, the mystery of the missing President has finally been solved. But in doing so, has the Boston Bugle also uncovered evidence that the end of the world, in the form of total atomic war, is also at hand? Sadly, the President's silence seems to speak volumes.
19BostonBugleTerminal1Boston Headed for First World Series Win Since 1918! By Buster Connolly Boston Bugle Staff Writer As every resident of Boston is painfully aware, it has been 159 years since this city has reveled in the joy of a World Series victory. Whether from strike out, error in the outfield, or ball that rolls disastrously through an infielder's legs, defeat has remained our constant, unwelcome companion. But not for long! In what has been one of the most exciting World Series races in decades, Boston has achieved a three-games-to-none lead over the "unbeatable" Texas favorite. Batting, fielding and pitching have all aligned - thanks largely to the direction of legendary coach Dusty Wilder - giving this year's team the best chance they've had for victory in, well, forever. Even more encouraging than game four being played here in Boston is the fact that the team has yet to utilize their star pitcher, Matt "The Missile" Murtagh. With him on the mound, some are actually predicting not only a series-shattering win, but a no-hitter to boot. Yes, for years, the concession stands of Boston have fed baseball fans a steady diet of beer, hot dogs, peanuts and bitter defeat. But on Saturday, October 23rd, 2077, the only thing that could snatch away victory is an act of God, or some obscene calamity of man. Tomorrow, my friends, the unthinkable will finally come to pass. And life in Boston will never be the same again.
20BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeControlAreaSystem currently inactive. Subject not present.
21BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeControlAreaLiberty Prime Current Status CPU: Offline Mobility: Offline Weapons: Offline Fusion Core: Offline
22BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeControlAreaLiberty Prime Current Status CPU: Online Mobility: Offline Weapons: Offline Fusion Core: Offline
23BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeControlAreaLiberty Prime Current Status CPU: Online Mobility: Online Weapons: Offline Fusion Core: Offline
24BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeControlAreaLiberty Prime Current Status CPU: Online Mobility: Online Weapons: Online Fusion Core: Offline
25BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeControlAreaLiberty Prime Current Status CPU: Online Mobility: Online Weapons: Online Fusion Core: Online Liberty Prime is now running on independent system.
26BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeWarehouseDoor mechanism locked. Override not possible.
27BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeWarehouseSub01Entered By: Ingram IG-444PR Now that all the crates have been unloaded and I'm looking at the wreckage of Liberty Prime, I'm just starting to grasp the daunting task ahead. Maxson doesn't just want him restored, he wants me to make improvements on the original design. I have all of the schematics from the Citadel's databanks, and I've been studying them ever since we left the Capital Wasteland. I just hope I can get all this work done in time.
28BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeWarehouseSub01Entered By: Ingram IG-444PR Work is progressing at a rapid pace. My engineering team is doing a heck of a job refitting his damaged parts. Unfortunately, the metalworking, the electrical wiring and the limb assembly - all of that's the easy part. The real problem is with his power system. I've shorted out two CPUs already and they don't exactly grow on trees. If I can't work these power problems out, Prime won't be any more than a pretty metal statue.
29BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeWarehouseSub01Entered By: Ingram IG-444PR Thanks to our new recruit, we were able to get a specialist on site to lend a hand with the power problems. It only took them a short time to get everything figured out. Now, Prime's CPU has a nice, steady flow of power that should remain stable when we fire up his fusion core. Next on the list is getting electromagnetic actuators built for his legs.
30BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeWarehouseSub01Entered By: Ingram IG-444PR Prime's old arms and legs ran off of a liquid-feed hydraulic system. Unfortunately, we've resigned the arms and legs to accommodate his new frame and they're almost twice as heavy. The only thing strong enough to drive those limbs would be electromagnetic actuators. Fortunately, our new recruit was able to use our workbench facility to build them for us. All that remains now is getting Prime's arms and legs attached, arming him with bombs, and getting his core started.
31BoS_AirportTerminal_LibertyPrimeWarehouseSub01Entered By: Ingram IG-444PR Our new recruit came through again by finding us an old weapons disposal facility full of Mark 28 nuclear bombs. We have more than enough to equip Prime for his upcoming mission. The last step is starting up his fusion core with a Beryllium Agitator. Once that device is plugged in, we can pull the big guy off of life support and send him on his way.
32BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub013x Steel Bundles 4x Cases 10mm Ammunition 13x Stimpak 4x Missile Launcher Ammunition
33BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub018x Copper Sheeting 10x Electrical Wiring 10x Iron Plating 12x Type I Ground Barricades 4x Fragmentation Grenades
34BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub012x Vertibird Replacement Rotors 4x Cases Clean Water Bottles 10x Med-X 14x Rad-X 2x Mirelurk Egg
35BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub018x Fiber Optic Bundles 2x Cases Non-Belt Feed 5mm Ammunition 2x Eyebot Logic Unit 4x Abraxo Cleanser 10x Assorted Bottles of Liquor (Teagan)
36BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub012x Laser Rifle Firing Coils 12x Fusion Core 3x Cases of Assorted Books (Quinlan) 10x Buffout 4x Crates of Assorted Fresh Vegetables
37BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub021x 10mm Combat Pistol 2x Stimpak 2x Bottles Clean Water 1x Fragmentation Grenade
38BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub0250x Rounds 5mm Ammunition 1x 5mm Man-Portable Minigun 1x Combat Knife
39BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub021x Power Armor T-60 Knight's helmet 1x Fusion Core 1x Laser Rifle (BoS Standard Configuration)
40BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub0210x Copper Sheeting 8x Iron Plating 3x Bundles Electrical Wiring 4x Boxes Screws
41BoS_AirportTerminal_SupplyDepotSub021x Wrench 2x Wonderglue 10x Boxes of Metal Spatulas 1x Fat Man Nuke Round
42BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalAfter six months the United States Space Administration finally approved ArcJet as the contractor for the Mars Shot Project's propulsion and communications systems. Having my team start working on the XMB Booster before we secured the contract was a gamble, but it looks like it's going to pay off big. We have a lot of details to hash out with the agency, and we have a lot of work ahead of us, but I think this contract will finally put ArcJet on the map.
43BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalI was fortunate to be able to add Dr. Rory McClellan to the XMB Booster team today. There are few people who can match Dr. McClellan's aptitude with nuclear propulsion systems, so this truly was a coup. It cost the company a heck of a lot of money to hire him away from his military contracting job, but I'm sure it will be well worth every dollar. We've promised the USSA that the booster would be ready at least a year before their July 2078 launch date. With Dr. McClellan at the helm, we should be able to meet that deadline with time to spare.
44BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalAs the holiday season approaches, it's time to take a step back and look at everything that's happened to ArcJet Systems this year. Five months ago, my company was struggling to make ends meet. Now, with the XMB Booster and the Deep Range Transmitter projects in full swing, ArcJet appears to have received a second chance. Thanks to Dr. McClellan, we're on schedule and under budget. The USSA is thrilled with our progress and is already talking to me about future contracts after we deliver. I don't think it's possible to be ending the year on a better note.
45BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalDr. McClellan's informed me that we have a problem with the XMB Booster. The USSA is demanding that the engine can't exceed their strict weight allowance, but thanks to the uranium refinement subsystem, we're a few hundred tons over. We're now one month behind schedule, and I'm frankly starting to panic. Dr. McClellan assures me he'll find a solution soon, but that isn't helping me get to sleep at night.
46BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalThe USSA has started their public relations campaign for the Mars Shot Project and ArcJet Systems is finding itself caught right in the middle. In the last week, I think I've fielded fifteen separate interviews with everyone asking the same questions over and over again. They all want to know when we're delivering the XMB Booster so they can take their pretty pictures of the USSA test firing it for the first time. And all I can do is keep smiling and lying through my teeth that the XMB will be delivered when it's ready. I hope Dr. McClellan solves our weight problem soon, or we're never going to get a contract from the USSA ever again.
47BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalI can't believe it, but Dr. McClellan's team finally solved the XMB's weight problem. Now all we need to do is finish tightening a few screws and hoist the thing up into the Engine Core. If we're lucky, we'll be able to test fire the booster right after the New Year. It's funny how things seem so bleak and chaotic during the year, but it all comes together for us just in time for the holidays.
48BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalWe've scheduled a photo opportunity tomorrow for the XMB Booster's first test firing in the Engine Core. We're going to stick them all down in the control room and let them shoot their pictures through the thermoglass window after Dr. McClellan gives them a short explanation of how the booster works. The engine puts out a hell of a lot of thrust, so it should be quite a spectacular show.
49BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalIt's been two weeks since the accident before the XMB Booster's test firing event. Somehow, a photographer managed to wander passed security and into the Engine Core a few hours early. Dr. McClellan was running a quick test on the booster, letting it run for only a few seconds to make sure it was ready for the demonstration and burned the photographer into ash. Thank God no one else saw what happened. I'm having Brent take care of the remains... after all, that's why I hired him. If word of this accident goes public, we'll be shut down and I may as well put a "For Sale" sign out front.
50BoS_DN017_CEOTerminalAll of the unrest overseas is making the USSA nervous about proceeding with the Mars Shot Project. They're telling me they may have to delay a year or more depending on what happens. If that's true, we'll just have to make due with the proceeds from the Deep Range Transmitter contract which we've already completed. I'm trying to keep everyone's spirits up around here, but it's getting harder and harder with the world falling apart around us. Hopefully, our goverment will work things out and we can all get back to work.
51BoS_DN017_EngineCoreControlRoomTerminalConnecting to Engine Core Control Systems... failed. A fault has been detected in relay 0x094. Please contact the Engine Core Facilities Supervisor for repairs. Manual operation may still be possible from the facilities office on the lower level.
52BoS_DN017_EngineCoreControlRoomTerminalERR 081: Fuel reserves at 0.5%. Refueling required.
53BoS_DN017_FacilitiesTerminalPowerAccessing Auxiliary Generators... ...complete. Rerouting power from Auxiliary Generators... ...verifying grid integrity... ...complete. Power has been restored.
54BoS_DN017_LabAnalystTerminalFrom: Sam Brent, Security Lead To: All Staff This is your annual reminder that all terminal and mainframe passwords are to be changed on a monthly basis. Failure to do so may result in automated changes, the suspension of network privilages, and/or diciplinary action. Please do your part in keeping ArcJet Systems secure.
55BoS_DN017_LabAnalystTerminalAutomated Password Change Notice According to our records, your terminal password has not been changed in three (3) months. For security purposes, your password will now be reset. Your new password is: 9YB3N. This is an automated message. Please do not reply.
56BoS_DN017_LabControlTerminal...Accessing Prototype Interlink... ...ERROR. Unable to establish a connection to the prototype. Please contact a technician for assistance.
57BoS_DN017_MainframeAccessTerminalRepair Order: 098A100 Installed new terminal in Reinhardt's office. He's demanding some serious security on it now that we've got the Mars Shot contract. I'm not sure if he's being paranoid, or if he's got a real reason to worry. I'll set him up with the best we've got for now.
58BoS_DN017_MainframeAccessTerminalRepair Order: 098A112 Okay, now I'm convinced Reinhardt is paranoid. He's had me put in automated security turrets in the main hallway outside his office. You'd think we were working for the military instead of just the United States Space Administration.
59BoS_DN017_MainframeAccessTerminalRepair Order: 098A115 Got McClellan constantly bugging me that the mainframe keeps running out of space. I've ordered some more storage from our supplier, but we're rapidly running out of room down here for any more consoles. I might have to talk Reinhardt into letting us spill over into the office sections. Shouldn't be too much of a problem.
60BoS_DN017_MainframeAccessTerminalRepair Order: 098A122 Brent came down and had me pull all of the video surveillance records from the mainframe from last month. I asked if he wanted me to just make him backups, but he just grunted like he always does and demanded the originals. I have no idea what he's doing with them, and I don't want to know. As long as I keep getting a paycheck, I could care less.
61BoS_DN017_ProjectManagerTerminalI'm thrilled to be working in the private sector again. Working for the military is a horrible, never-ending grind of broken promises, slashed budgets and ridiculous deadlines that I've learned to hate. Working on the XMB Booster finally allows me to broaden my horizons and work on something I've always dreamed of doing - helping send astronauts to Mars. Thomas appears to share my vision, so with his money and my knowhow, I'm certain we'll be able to deliver a superior product to the United States Space Administration.
62BoS_DN017_ProjectManagerTerminalI've had to deliver some bad news to Thomas today. I told him the booster is too heavy to fit within the USSA's guideline and we'll need more time than expected to work out the problem. I've never seen him so angry. His reaction reminded me of some of the army generals I've worked with in the past. He yelled for a while, but when he realized there wasn't much to be done about it, he calmed down and we worked it out. I think the weight issue might add anywhere from three to six months to the schedule, but we might get lucky and figure it out sooner. If we're any later than I'm predicting, I have a feeling I should start looking for a position somewhere else.
63BoS_DN017_ProjectManagerTerminalThanks to some suggestions from my research team, and some sleepless nights, I've been able to reduce the XMB Booster's final shipping weight to literally seventeen pounds under the limit imposed by the USSA guidelines. Thomas was absolutely over the moon when I delivered the news, and my team took me to a local bar to celebrate. These are the moments that I cherish and why I dedicated my entire life to scientific research.
64BoS_DN017_ProjectManagerTerminalWe were supposed to have a press event today, but Thomas has abruptly cancelled it only hours before it was about to begin. I'm confident that the XMB Booster was ready to test fire, so I was uncertain what caused his sudden change of heart. After speaking to Sam Brent, our head of security, he informed me that there was a possible security breach and he had recommended the entire event be postponed until a later date. I must say that this entire day has been very strange, and something tells me what Brent is telling me isn't entirely true.
65BoS_DN017_ProjectManagerTerminalI can't believe what I discovered today. I was going through our video recordings of all past test firings for the XMB, and I came across the carbon burn-off pre-test I did back in February. On one of the angles, I swear I saw someone running across the bottom of the Engine Core right before the booster ignited. I took the tape straight up to Thomas and threw it on his desk. He took one look at the tape and then told me what happened to that poor man being burned alive. Then he told me how he had Brent cover the accident up! I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I told him I was going to head straight to the police, but he threatened my life - and my family's life. Now I don't know what to do. I think I have no choice but to bring the tape directly to the press tomorrow and hope the authorities can stop Thomas before he does anything stupid.
66BoS_DN017_RDTerminalI'm still trying to convince Dr. McClellan that switching from uranium to deuterium will yield a much higher burn-to-thrust ratio. He's concerned that the deuterium refinement will add a few months to the XMB Booster's schedule, but my gut says it's worth the risk. I know that Reinhardt has us all working seven days a week on the project as it is, but I don't mind putting in the extra time if it means the booster's efficiency is improved.
67BoS_DN017_RDTerminalWell, I did the best that I could. I showed my demonstration to Dr. McClellan and he was impressed. He took my notes directly to the board and asked for a project extension, but Reinhardt said no. I don't understand why it all comes down to money. We're sending a couple of men to Mars, and we want them to get there as safely and efficiently as possible. All those bastards care about is the fact that three more months on the schedule will cost them a few million dollars, and frankly, I'm getting sick of the bottom line dictating what we do in the laboratory. After we wrap this project, I'm going to look for work somewhere else.
68BoS_DN017_RDTerminalNow that the fuel issue's been settled, I've been moved off of the XMB Booster and onto the Deep Range Transmitter. Frankly, I think they're just pulling me off of the propulsion system because I'm the only one stupid enough to complain when things go wrong. So, instead of tweaking fuel mixtures and thermodynamics calculations, they have me fine-tuning one of our glorified radios. So glad I'm wasting my nuclear physics degree on that. My task is to increase the broadcast range on the DRT by at least 50% by the end of the month. Should be a piece of cake.
69BoS_DN017_RDTerminalOnly took me three weeks, but I have the DRT's broadcast radius boosted by over seventy percent. With one of these beauties installed on the NSSA's ship, they should be able to ping a signal back and forth within ten minutes. Now all I have to do get the unit's size down by about half so it fits inside the required volume and I'll be finished. I hope they move me back to something more interesting after this.
70BoS_DN017_ReceptionTerminalFrom: Sam Brent, Security Lead To: Front Reception As requested, I've had a floor safe installed in the front office area. This should allow you to pay for any incoming deliveries or store valuables until they can be transferred to a more secure location. Let me know if you have any issues with the safe or the locking mechanism.
71BoS_DN017_ReceptionTerminalFrom: Thomas Reinhardt, CEO To: All Reception Area Employees I realize that our announcement regarding the Mars Shot Project has caused quite a lot of excitement with the national media. If any members of the press are requesting statements or interviews, please direct them to our Public Relations Department. Do not attempt to answer any questions or give any information regarding the project unless pre-authorization has been provided.
72BoS_DN017_SecurityOfficeTerminalFrom: Thomas Reinhardt, CEO To: All Security Personnel I'd like to have your team get together and implement a new security strategy for the ArcJet complex. This is our first contract for the USSA, and I don't intend to have any security slip-ups while we're working on the XMB Booster Engine. I want you to double the coverage twenty-four hours a day, and install automated countermeasures inside the facility. I'd also like you to hire a consultant to figure out a better security password system for our terminals. The automated reset timer mailing out passwords is ridiculous.
73BoS_DN017_SecurityOfficeTerminalFrom: Sam Brent, Security Lead To: All ArcJet Employees Starting tomorrow, we'll begin distributing identification badges to all employees. These badges must be worn at all times. They are infused with a low-yield radioactive isotope that will prevent our internal security turrets from accidentally shooting any of our own employees. If anyone is caught near the entrance to the Engine Core without a badge, we are not liable for the injuries you may sustain. The turrets will go online in one week, so I suggest you sign up for your badge as soon as possible.
74BoS_DN017_SecurityOfficeTerminalFrom: Thomas Reinhardt, CEO To: Sam Brent, Security Lead Sam, what the Hell is going on down there? How did a member of the press get all the way past security, through the entire research facility and into the Engine Core without tripping our alarms or turrets? We have a real mess on our hands, and it's going to be your job to clean it up. I don't care how you do it, just make it all go away. If this comes back to bite us, I swear, you're going to be the one that takes the fall.
75BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionEXTExecMainTo: K. Oslow From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead As per your instructions, the Beryllium Agitator has been installed in our primary reactor on sub-level 01. I've also increased security on all of the keyreaders in the building, so you'll need your executive keycard handy if you want to use any of the elevators. I'd like to go on official record that I am opposed to accelerating the project's schedule. I find it disturbing that current events (e.g. global unrest) hasn't had an effect on your decision. While I realize your recent contact with the U.S. Military may be making it difficult to follow a rational course of action, I strongly urge you to reconsider. I thought this is exactly why you left Poseidon, Karl.
76BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionEXTExecMainTo: K. Oslow From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead I've been monitoring the reactor for weeks now, and the Beryllium Agitator is running at peak efficiency. In fact, I've only detected an EM spectrum decay of less than a thousandth of a percent. If you were hoping for a stable plasma reaction, it looks like you've found it. Congratulations. Perhaps you and the military should open a bottle of champagne together.
77BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionEXTExecMainTo: K. Oslow From: T. Reisenbaur, HR Coordinator As of this morning, Dr. Noel Chandrich was escorted from the building, and his contract with Mass Fusion has been terminated. His terminal's memory has been wiped, and all of his research transferred to our mainframe. Dr. Chandrich has been made aware that any attempt to seek employment at a rival nuclear power company will result in a lawsuit. As per his contract, his pension and benefits are now frozen. If there's anything else you need from HR, please let me know.
78BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionEXTExecMainAll employees are invited to the 2077 Holiday Celebration. We'll be holding the festivities on the roof of our main headquarters this year, so you'll be able to dine with a loved one while overlooking our beautiful city. A full bar and live music will be on hand, as well as a special fireworks display at 10PM. Hope to see you there!
79BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFWe're sorry, but our billing servers are currently offline. Please see a Mass Fusion Customer Service Representative for assistance.
80BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFTo open a new account and begin enjoying the benefits of your nuclear tomorrow, please see one of our Mass Fusion Customer Service Representatives today!
81BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFIn the spring of 2043, Karl Oslow dared to dream of limitless power being supplied to countless homes from a single power plant. After spending six years years cutting his teeth as an electrical engineer with Poseidon Energy, Mr. Oslow decided he'd had enough with traditional methods of energy distribution and founded Mass Fusion to begin realizing his vision. After only a decade of research, Mass Fusion's Cleanpower Initiative transitioned from dream to reality and the switches were thrown. The people of Boston embraced this new technology, and by 2070, Mass Fusion became the primary power provider for all of Massachusetts. Now, as we look to the future, Mass Fusion hopes to bring ten more power plants online in the next several decades. To open a new account and begin enjoying the benefits of your nuclear tomorrow, please see one of our Mass Fusion Customer Service Representatives today!
82BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFOur next available appointment is in 999999999999E10 days. If you'd like to submit a service request, please see one of our Mass Fusion Customer Service Representatives.
83BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFSub01If your entire street is experiencing a loss of power, then one of our substations or distribution centers is likely having a minor issue. Rest assured, we will work diligently to restore power to your neighborhood as soon as possible.
84BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFSub01If your home is experiencing a loss of power, and your account isn't in arrears, then please follow these steps: 1. Locate your fusion distribution box. 2. Open the lead-shielded panel. 3. Flip the master reset lever up, then down. 4. If your home's power isn't restored, please contact a service affiliate. Note: Mass Fusion is not responsible for any health-related issues caused by attempting to service our fusion equipment.
85BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FCustomerService_NFSub01Many individuals assume that the fusion distribution box in their home may present a danger to its occupants. While the device gives off a trace amount of radiation, we can assure you that it's completely safe. If you're experiencing the following symptoms, we give you our word you that they are in no way related to our Cleanpower technology: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, fever, dizziness and disorientation, weakness, fatigue, hair loss, poor wound healing, low blood pressure, skin flaking or burns.
86BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FReception_NFThe Mass Fusion Employee Store is now open! Order your very own Mass Fusion branded hats, shirts, shorts, swimsuits, umbrellas, neckties, cufflinks, socks, tumblers, shot glasses, coffee mugs and more. Please see Eric Roanoke in HR for details.
87BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FReception_NFAttention all employees. Due to the unfortunate "sit-in protest" in the main lobby by members of the public, new security measures are being implemented immediately. Please be sure to carry your ID Card on you at all times and stay within your designated areas. Do not exit the building using any door other than those designated as standard exits. Do not provide anyone with your login passwords or use of your terminal. Any deviation from these restrictions will result in immediate termination of your position at Mass Fusion.
88BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN1FReception_NFAll employees are invited to the 2077 Holiday Celebration. We'll be holding the festivities on the roof of our main headquarters this year, so you'll be able to dine with a loved one while overlooking our beautiful city. A full bar and live music will be on hand, as well as a special fireworks display at 10PM. Hope to see you there!
89BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_JacksLog09-01-77 So excited to be working at Mass Fusion. The other interns seem cool. Dan's a postdoc in nuclear physics - I'm sure he'll get to work on the reactor. Alyssa's a specialist in electrical engineering and energy capture. It kind of makes materials science sound lame, but at least we're getting along well.
90BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_JacksLog09-17-77 This sucks. The north elevator was down for maintainence again today, and the south elevator prioritizes the lower floors, so it took over an hour just to get out of the building tonight. I would have walked down, but there aren't any emergency stairs on this level. I can't believe they didn't put in stairs. Isn't that a code violation or something? What if both elevators failed? Sure, sure, "redundant systems." But it could happen. How would we get down?
91BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_JacksLog09-18-77 Idea. How about boots that could absorb the impact of a fall? It's like Power Armor. Power Armor has an integrated hydraulic shock absorbtion system, but that's too bulky to be usable without the frame to provide support. But if you could replace the hydraulics with a kinetic repulsion system, the same principles would apply. Could be worth a try.
92BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_JacksLog10-21-77 They work. I need some way to show them off. I heard the holiday party is up on the roof this year. That's my chance - have a few drinks, and then just whoops, fall off the building. Can't wait to see the look on their faces. I'll get the job for sure. Until then, I'm keeping them locked in my safe. Better if this is a surprise.
93BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_JacksLog10-23-77 The key. I forgot the key.
94BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_JacksLog10-26-77 It's been three days now. I think. It's hard to tell. I only stopped in for a few minutes - I was just going to pick up some papers. And then I heard the bombs. It sounded like the whole tower was coming apart. Nearly did. The hall outside is a wreck. I can't even get the door open. The boots are in the safe, but I can't get them out. I drank the last of the Nuka last night. All I can do now is wait.
95BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_NFPlease welcome our new Product Engineering Interns: Alyssa Torres, Daniel Montgomery, and Jack Rockford. As part of Mass Fusion's industry-leading Education at Work program, these talented students will have six months of intensive, hands-on training in our product engineering division while working to earn valuable college credit.
96BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_NFFrom: J. Berlin To: A. Torres, D. Montgomery, J. Rockford This is a reminder that company resources are not to be used for your personal projects. This includes office terminals, mainframe time, technical documentation, reference manuals, paper, pens-- anything. Work on your assigned projects and stop trying to improvise.
97BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN27F_NFFrom: D. Montgomery To: J. Rockford, A. Torres Can you believe this? The only 'Education at Work' I'm getting is learning to brew coffee and fetch papers from that guy in Records. Vincent? Victor? Whatever. We may as well get some real work done after hours. Alyssa, how's your fusion cell research coming? Jack, are you really going to make those boots? The whole thing sounds a little crazy to me, even if the physics do check out.
98BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FRecords_NFFrom: V. Summers To: J. Berlin Jenny, have you given any thought to my proposal? You haven't said anything to me in over a week and now I'm afraid I've scared you away. I'll wait for you in the cafeteria after work if you want to meet.
99BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FRecords_NFFrom: V. Summers To: J. Berlin It's been weeks now, and you keep avoiding me. Why? What have I done wrong? Why are you tormenting me like this? You keep saying you have plenty of time to decide, but I feel like our time is running out. Please, Jenny - I need an answer.
100BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FRecords_NFFrom: V. Summers To: J. Berlin Jenny, I'm sick and tired of all this waiting. I have plenty of others lining up to take your place, you know. The fact that you keep leading me on only makes me think you're beginning to enjoy watching me get upset. Well, guess what. If you don't let me know soon, I'm moving on to someone else!
101BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FRecords_NFFrom: V. Summers To: J. Berlin I've been a fool, Jenny. An impatient, impolite fool. I've been bothering you for months about my proposal, when I should have simply waited for your answer. I've made all sorts of false accusations and assumptions. For that, I'm sorry. Take as long as you want, Jenny. Maybe after the holidays, you can give me your answer. For now, let's just remain friends and not let anything else come between us.
102BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FServer_NFFrom: J. Berlin To: V. Summers Please stop emailing me, Victor! When I have an answer, I'll give it to you. I don't like being rushed into important decisions like this. Don't wait in the cafeteria for me, I won't be there.
103BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FServer_NFFrom: J. Berlin To: V. Summers I'm not avoiding you, Victor. I'm trying to make the right decision, and I'm afraid talking to you might make it harder. You're acting like this is a simple choice when it's clearly going to affect the rest of my life. Give me time, Vic. When the moment is right, and I'm ready, I promise I'll come tell you in person.
104BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FServer_NFFrom: J. Berlin To: V. Summers Victor, this isn't something I'd do for just anyone. Why you can't understand how personal this will be makes me very upset. You say you have others lined up, but we both know in our hearts that you can only give what you have to me. The other girls are just jealous. So stop this nonsense and be patient. I'll have an answer soon.
105BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN3FServer_NFFrom: J. Berlin To: V. Summers Thanks for that last intramail, Vic. I know you're just trying to make me happy, and I've been taking too long to answer. I've just never been good at this sort of thing. It's all new to me. Anyway, there's no need to make you wait for an answer any longer. In fact, why don't you come over for Thanksgiving dinner and we'll make this happen. I promise to have everything ready.
106BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN8FDevManagerMainTo: W. Goldburgh, Product Development Lead From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Everything's in place and we're almost ready to get the Beryllium Agitator online. I have Kathy Hathaway working on the graphene shielding and the reactor team is working on the power calculations. That reminds me, Ms. Hathaway's contribution to this project has been absolutely invaluable. I'd like to recommend her for advancement. See that it happens.
107BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN8FDevManagerMainTo: W. Goldburgh, Product Development Lead From: E. Denvers, Particle Theory What kind of bullshit is Chandrich trying to pull giving his recommendation to Hathaway? I've been that guy's slave for the last three years, and then that bitch waltzes in here and steals it all away from me? I'm telling you right now, you better do something about this or I'm walking, Goldburgh.
108BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN8FDevManagerSecondaryActivating Power Management Subsystem, v.2.81... ...done. Accessing building power infrastructure... ...done. Rerouting power... ...done. Main power has been restored.
109BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN8FDev_NFTo: K. Hathaway, Materials Division From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Kathy, I just wanted to let you know that your work on the Agitator has been invaluable. The shielding has always been a problem, but the use of graphene in the alloy was a stroke of genius. I just wanted to let you know that I'll be recommending you for a promotion this year. Good work.
110BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN8FDev_NFTo: K. Hathaway, Materials Division From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Kathy, would it be possible to get a full sheet of your composite alloy within the next week? Karl's pressuring me to get the Beryllium Agitator online by the end of the month or "heads are going to roll." If you run into any problems, let me know.
111BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAIN8FDev_NFTo: K. Hathaway, Materials Division From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead You're a miracle worker, Kathy! The graphene composite shielding was the last component holding us back from getting the Agitator online, and you got it done in less than a week. I don't know how I could have done this without you! Another job well done. Keep this up and you'll be a development lead in no time.
112BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAINLobbySecurityAttention all employees. Due to the unfortunate "sit-in protest" in the main lobby by members of the public, new security measures are being implimented immediately. Please be sure to carry your ID Card on you at all times and stay within your designated areas. Do not exit the building using any door other than those designated as standard exits. Do not provide anyone with your login passwords or use of your terminal. Any deviation from these restrictions will result in immediate termination of your position at Mass Fusion.
113BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMAINLobbySecurityTo: Alpha Security Units From: W. Feld, Security Captain CC: T. Reisenbaur, HR Coordinator Please inform your security officers that Dr. Noel Chandrow is no longer welcome on Mass Fusion property. If he's seen within 100 yards of the building, please inform me immediately.
114BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAnalystTo: Reactor Team From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Today we embark on a new frontier. Once the switch on the reactor is thrown, and the Beryllium Agitator cold-starts the fusion reaction, the reality of Cleanpower nuclear energy will be upon us all. As the research lead on the project, I'd like to thank you all for contributing to the cause. Good luck and godspeed!
115BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAnalystTo: C. Collins, B. Thorpe, X. Vincent From: D. Wahbash, Facilities After dispatching the goblins, you enter a large chamber. The room is moist, dark and reeks of offal. Shadowfiend, you feel as though a thousand eyes are staring at you from the darkness but your darkvision reveals nothing. Gandar, you notice that your sword is giving off a faint shimmer. Tamash, your spirit guardian whispers words of warning to you that something otherworldly is here!
116BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAnalystTo: C. Collins, B. Thorpe, X. Vincent From: D. Wahbash, Facilities Tamash, something is preventing your summoning ritual from completing. All you feel is the cold touch of something dark and primeval creeping up your spine. You decide that rather than risk angering it further, you should cease casting. Shadowfiend, you think you see something slithering across the ceiling above Gandar.
117BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAnalystTo: C. Collins, B. Thorpe, X. Vincent From: D. Wahbash, Facilities Shadowfiend, your daggers harmlessly strike the cold stone of the ceiling as they seemingly pass through the shadowy, serpent-like form! Tamash, your staff would normally fill the chamber with pure sunlight, but something is preventing the magic from reaching its full potential. All you can manage is enough light to barely illuminate the room. Gandar, your sword cleaves air as your blade passes through the enemy unharmed.
118BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAttendantTo: Reactor Team From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Today we embark on a new frontier. Once the switch on the reactor is thrown, and the Beryllium Agitator cold-starts the fusion reaction, the reality of Cleanpower nuclear energy will be upon us all. As the research lead on the project, I'd like to thank you all for contributing to the cause. Good luck and godspeed!
119BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAttendantTo: D. Wahbash, B. Thorpe, C. Collins From: X. Vincent, Reactor Attendant Shadowfiend looks for a safe corner and draws both of his Snakebite Daggers. He crouches and says "Tamash, there's something amiss here."
120BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAttendantTo: D. Wahbash, B. Thorpe, C. Collins From: X. Vincent, Reactor Attendant Shadowfiend instantly hurls his daggers at the slithering form and yells out "Gandar! Above you, my friend!" I got a 16 for the first dagger and a 7 for the second.
121BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRAttendantTo: D. Wahbash, B. Thorpe, C. Collins From: X. Vincent, Reactor Attendant Shadowfiend removes his hand crossbow from it's leather holster, slots in a clip of bolts +2 and takes careful aim at the creature. Using his Power of Truesight, he attempts to aim at the creature's weak point and fires. Got a 3, a 19 and a 12. Damn, lousy rolls.
122BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRFacilitiesTo: D. Gregg, Reactor Facilities From: J. Niles I don't know what to do, Debbie. I had Jenny from Mainframe Control up on three in here and she was crying on my shoulder about that guy Victor in Records. He keeps asking her to adopt his stupid puppy and won't leave her alone about it. What do you think I should tell her? Maybe I should talk to Victor and adopt the darn thing myself? Let me know!
123BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRFacilitiesConfirmDisabling radiation alarms... done. Disabling turrets... done. Disabling robotic defenses... done. All security systems have been disabled.
124BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRFacilitiesSecondaryERROR: Multiple faults detected. Please contact a facilities technician for assistance.
125BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRFacilitiesSecondaryERROR: The Security System is currently ACTIVE. Local overrides have been disabled to prevent unauthorized access.
126BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRPrototypeTo: Reactor Team From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Today we embark on a new frontier. Once the switch on the reactor is thrown, and the Beryllium Agitator cold-starts the fusion reaction, the reality of Cleanpower nuclear energy will be upon us all. As the research lead on the project, I'd like to thank you all for contributing to the cause. Good luck and godspeed!
127BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRPrototypeTo: D. Wahbash, X. Vincent, C. Collins From: B. Thorpe, Prototype Engineering Tamash reaches into his pouch and sprinkles his communing dust in a circle around himself. He closes his eyes and calls upon the Knowledge of Deeligasa. "Deeligasa, Sage of the Ages, show me what my eyes can't see!"
128BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRPrototypeTo: D. Wahbash, X. Vincent, C. Collins From: B. Thorpe, Prototype Engineering Tamash stops casting and switches to his Staff of Brilliant Sunlight. He incants the words and raises the staff high over his head to illuminate the room. He proudly yells aloud "Dark foe, prepare to be revealed!"
129BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRPrototypeTo: D. Wahbash, X. Vincent, C. Collins From: B. Thorpe, Prototype Engineering Tamash drops the staff, reaches into his left front pocket and pulls out a pinch of sulfur powder. He incants the Flameblaze spell and blows into the pile of powder towards the beast. If it works, the thing has to make a -5 fire check.
130BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRReactorControlTo: Reactor Team From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead Today we embark on a new frontier. Once the switch on the reactor is thrown, and the Beryllium Agitator cold-starts the fusion reaction, the reality of Cleanpower nuclear energy will be upon us all. As the research lead on the project, I'd like to thank you all for contributing to the cause. Good luck and godspeed!
131BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRReactorControlTo: D. Wahbash, X. Vincent, B. Thorpe From: C. Collins, Reactor Control Gandar draws his Demonbane Blade from its scabbard and waits for Tamash's incantation to take effect. He carefully watches the room for any signs of movement.
132BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRReactorControlTo: D. Wahbash, X. Vincent, B. Thorpe From: C. Collins, Reactor Control Gandar heeds Shadowfiend's warning and attempts to sidestep the attack he's expecting. At the same time, he takes a mighty swing with his blade. Looks like I got an 18. Not bad.
133BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRReactorControlTo: D. Wahbash, X. Vincent, B. Thorpe From: C. Collins, Reactor Control Gandar backs off from the creature, realizing that the hellspawn is made of pure magic and his weapons would be useless. "My friends! Magic is the only thing that can stop this creature of darkness!" He kneels down and says a quick prayer to Bashlar, God of Steel.
134BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRSecurityTo: Alpha Security Units From: W. Feld, Security Captain CC: T. Reisenbaur, HR Coordinator Please inform your security officers that Dr. Noel Chandrow is no longer welcome on Mass Fusion property. If he's seen within 100 yards of the building, please inform me immediately.
135BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRSecuritySecondaryERROR: Multiple faults detected. Please contact a facilities technician for assistance.
136BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRSecuritySecondaryERROR: Unable to connect to the security network from this station. Direct network access may be available from the facilities office.
137BoS_DN084_Terminal_MassFusionMRSecuritySecondaryERROR: The Security System is currently ACTIVE. All overrides have been disabled to prevent unauthorized access.
138BoS_DN130_GarageTerminalType: Repair Status: Completed Completed By: Haylen HN-118FS Item: Roof antenna array Array was damaged by Super Mutant assault. Replaced destroyed transmitter with Deep Range Transmitter acquired from ArcJet Systems. This should significantly increase the broadcast and reception range to cover the entire Commonwealth.
139BoS_DN130_GarageTerminalType: Install Status: Completed Completed By: Haylen HN-118FS Item: External Spotlight System At Knight Rhys's suggestion, I've added several high-powered security spotlights to various strategic points on the exterior of the police station. The lights tend to deter attacks from Ferals and will provide additional visibility should the station come under fire. I've wired them to this terminal if anyone needs to switch them off.
140BoS_DN130_GarageTerminalType: Install Status: Completed Completed By: Rhys RS-104K Item: Roof Defense Barricades Got orders that we're supposed to beef up the defences around the police station, so I grabbed a few of the scribes and we've installed defense barricades around the roof. That should give us a safer spot to set up our heavy weapons soldiers and provide a greater field of fire.
141BoS_DN130_GarageTerminalType: Intall/Repair Status: Completed Completed By: Rhys RS-104K/Haylen HN-118FS Item: Medical Facility/Interrogation Room With the attack on the Institute looming, we've recieved orders that we need to be ready at the police station. In order to accomplish this, Knight Rhys and I made several adjustments to the facility. The pre-war interrogation room that was here is now back in working order and the medical facility has been expanded to accommodate several wounded soldiers at once. These modifications expended all the materials provided to us by command, but we feel that they've been put to good use.
142BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalRecon Squad Gladius's current orders are as follows: Proceed to the area designated as the "Commonwealth" to perform a standard Long Range Recon Operation (LRRO). Report any unusual activity using standard long-range communications to Scabbard. Extraction time undetermined. Paladin Danse (DN-407P)
143BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01012287-1 After several months, my squad has just crossed the border and entered the Commonwealth. We've chosen to immediately search the Boston region with the intention of finding a secure building to use as our recon headquarters. Soon after, my squad was ambushed by Raiders. Knight Keane's Power Armor was destroyed and we lost some of our supplies. Fortunately, we were able to repel the attack and continue our mission.
144BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01Log 022287-2 We've discovered a secure building in Cambridge that appears to be a former police station. We were able to clear the building and recover a good deal of supplies and ammunition from pre-war caches inside. According to Scribe Haylen, this location is structurally sound, and highly defensible. I've decided to establish our headquarters here for the time being.
145BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01042287-3 After Haylen identifed the Corvega Factory in Lexington as a possible site containing viable pre-war technology, we initiated a sweep and retrieve operation. I had Dawes do a site survey and he discovered it was being held by a large force of Raiders. I gave the go ahead, and we attempted a breach. As we approached, our squad was hit with gunfire. Knight Worwick was wounded, so I decided to fall back to Cambridge. During our retreat, Knight Brach stepped on a landmine. Scribe Haylen attempted to treat him, but Brach succumbed to his wounds and died. Let it be noted for the record that Haylen is to be commended for her efforts.
146BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01042287-4 It's been two days since our failed operation at Corvega, and I'm sad to report that Knight Worwick has died. His gunshot wounds had left him paralyzed and internally bleeding. Scribe Haylen informed me that he was suffering and had less than five percent chance of recovery. I authorized her to inject him with an overdose of painkiller and put him to rest. I'd once again like to commend Scribe Haylen for her efforts in keeping Worwick alive, and for following my final orders without question.
147BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01072287-5 We sustained another casualty today at grid reference A113. This area contains the ruins of Boston International Airport and Fort Strong. The airport was almost completely abandoned, but Fort Strong turned out to be infested by Super Mutants. We were hoping to resupply at the armory there, but Knight-Sergeant Dawes was killed. This is the second location I've had to order a retreat from since we arrived, and the third member of my team to die. I recommend a complete bombardment of this location in the future.
148BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01102287-6 Scribe Haylen has been picking up unusual energy readings on her instruments. She claims that they are on an extreme high-band spectrum frequency, which makes it highly unlikely to be pre-war in origin. The readings are also highly sporadic, only appearing for very short amounts of time and in very specific locations. The decay on these signals is severe, and they seem to disappear off Haylen's instruments after several hours. We don't have the equipment necessary to track these readings, so we're attempting to use triangulation to discover their point of origin.
149BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub01102287-7 We've been attempting to contact Scabbard with the energy reading Haylen has collected, but the police station's high-gain antenna was damaged by a Super Mutant rocket attack and we can't transmit the data. Haylen is attempting to repair the antenna, but she isn't certain that we have the parts we need at this time.
150BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub02Knight-Sergeant Dawes Registration: DW-112KS Status: Deceased
151BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub02Knight Rhys Registration: RS-104K Status: Active
152BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub02Knight Keane Registration: KN-100K Status: Deceased
153BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub02Knight Brach Registration: BR-122K Status: Deceased
154BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub02Knight Worwick Registration: WR-113K Status: Deceased
155BoS_DN130_GladiusTerminalSub02Scribe Haylen Registration: HN-118FS Status: Active
156BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub01Medical File WR-113K Knight Worwick Suffered multiple GSW to the leg and torso. Was able to extract most of embedded bullet shrapnel. Patient lost approximately 2 quarts of blood. Was able to supplement with emergency blood packs. Torso wounds caused massive internal bleeding. Attempted to implement internal sutures but facility is insufficient for surgery of that magnitude. Due to patient's pain and quality of life, commanding officer ordered me to administer overdose of painkiller for euthanization purposes. Dose administered 49 hours after incident. Subject died peacefully.
157BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub01Medical File DW-112KS Knight-Sergeant Dawes Subject was struck by a blow to the head from a Super Mutant sledge-like weapon. Head mass was completely destroyed, therefore treatment was impossible. Note that subject neglected to wear protective armored helmet as recommended.
158BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub01Medical File KN-100K Knight Keane Subject suffered multiple lacerations to chest and torso from Feral Ghoul attack. Attempted rapid response triage, but evisceration caused massive trauma to several of the subject's internal organs. High-levels of G-band radiation exposure were also present. Recommend corpse be disposed of as soon as possible.
159BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub01Medical File BR-122K Knight Brach Subject stepped on explosive device causing catastrophic trauma to left and right legs, severe trauma to torso and left arm and major trauma to right arm and chest. Rapid response triage used to cauterize open wounds, administered multiple Stimpak meds but damage was unrecoverable. Patient died approximately 3 minutes after incident.
160BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub01Medical File DN-407P Paladin Danse Patient stated symptoms of head pain and inability to sleep. No visible signs of trauma, radiation exposure or biological contamination. Diagnosis in field difficult, but suggest battle fatigue and stress probable causes. Recommended 24 hours bed rest but patient refused.
161BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub01Medical File RS-104K Knight Rhys Patient sustained laceration to chest area, bruising to arms, minor concussion and minor fracture to right arm. Rapid response trauma was successful, minimal blood loss sustained. Administered Stimpak meds to stimulate bone regen and wound closure. Full recovery expected.
162BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02The other scribes in the Order think I'm out of my mind joining Danse's recon team, but I refuse to miss out on the opportunity. I'm going to be the fourth scribe in Brotherhood history to travel to the Commonwealth for research and collection. I don't care how dangerous it is out there, if I was scared I would have signed up for desk detail.
163BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Paladin Danse is dead. I know he was a synth, and I know it's my sworn duty to exterminate their kind, but the whole incident is leaving a sick pit in my stomach. By executing him, I think we've made a terrible mistake. Whether he was machine or not, he was still Paladin Danse and his contributions to our cause should never be forgotten. I just hope that someday, Maxson will realize he made the wrong choice and at least give Danse the proper memorial that he's due.
164BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Paladin Danse is still alive! I'm happy that our vault dweller friend took my advice and gave Danse a chance to tell his side of the story. Maxson's covering the whole thing up, putting Danse in exile and claiming that he's dead. He's also forbidden Danse to be revered as a hero. Whether he was machine or not, his contributions to our cause should never be forgotten. I just hope that some day, Maxson will realize he made the wrong choice and at least give Danse the proper "memorial" that he's due. For now, I'll just have to remain content with the fact that Danse is alive and leave it at that.
165BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02The Commonwealth is an amazing place. Unlike the Capital Wasteland, which was nearly obliterated by nuclear weapons, this place has areas that are virtually untouched by time and brimming with technological artifacts. I think I've cataloged more in my short time here than in my entire tour at the Citadel. I don't know if I'm imagining things, but I'm pretty sure Proctor Quinlan sounds a bit jealous when I've been radioing in my reports.
166BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02The war's finally over! The Institute's been destroyed and we owe it all to that vault dweller Danse took in a while back. I was almost certain our mission would take years, maybe longer, but I've never been happier to be wrong. Maxson says that our work in the Commonwealth is far from over, but even I can hear the excitement and the pride in his voice. I've never been prouder to be a part of something like the Brotherhood of Steel and I'm content that the feeling will last until the day that I die.
167BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Knight Worwick was shot a few days ago. He was in a lot of pain, but there was only so much I could do to ease his suffering. Danse ordered me to put him down. I know Danse can be so damn cold sometimes, but in this case, I think he's right. It was against everything I've been taught, but Worwick would never have made the trip back home alive. Maybe if I'd done a better job, Worwick wouldn't have been so bad off. I wish Cade was here, he would have fixed everything.
168BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Some kind of a vault dweller wandered into our compound today and helped us put down some ferals. It was nice to have some help for a change. I think he's going to stick around for a while. Danse seems to have latched on to him, but Rhys thinks our new friend might be up to something. I think this new guy's okay, but I'll keep an eye on him just in case.
169BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Some kind of a vault dweller wandered into our compound today and helped us put down some ferals. It was nice to have some help for a change. I think she's going to stick around for a while. Danse seems to have latched on to her, but Rhys thinks our new friend might be up to something. I think this new girl's okay, but I'll keep an eye on her just in case.
170BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Danse took the new guy up to the Prydwen. I wonder what Maxson will think of him? I know I appreciate him getting our comms back online. He did a hell of a job in ArcJet, and I think Danse sees a spark of the Brotherhood in his eyes. Even though Rhys doesn't want to admit it, I think he's impressed. Is Danse making the right decision? I suppose only time will tell.
171BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Danse took the new girl up to the Prydwen. I wonder what Maxson will think of her? I know I appreciate her getting our comms back online. She did a hell of a job in ArcJet, and I think Danse sees a spark of the Brotherhood in her eyes. Even though Rhys doesn't want to admit it, I think he's impressed. Is Danse making the right decision? I suppose only time will tell.
172BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Word came in that we took Fort Strong today and secured a bunch of Fat Man shells that were stored there. I'm proud that my research contributed to the cause. I heard the island was completely cleansed of Super Mutants, and that we have our new recruit to thank for it. I suppose Danse made the right call trusting this vault dweller. Looks like Rhys owes me twenty caps.
173BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Well, the big secret is out. Liberty Prime is back online. I heard it took Ingram and her team quite a lot of time to piece him back together, but I know this will tip the tables in our favor. I can't imagine what the Institute is thinking right now, but I'm certain they're getting nervous. I suppose I shouldn't be so happy, after all, this means the war is just getting started and we're certain to lose some of our own. Rhys and I have the police station ready and we'll just have to wait and see what the Institute throws our way.
174BoS_DN130_HaylenTerminalSub02Word's reached us that Danse is a synth. Even with the report sitting in front of me, I find it hard to believe. After everything he's done for the Brotherhood of Steel, how could this possibly be true? I've served under Danse for a long time. I've talked to him, I've bled with him and I've called him my friend. Even if Quinlan's report is accurate, does it really matter? He's done nothing to betray us, and I'm willing to bet my life that he never will. I only hope that whoever tracks Danse down gives him a chance to tell his side of the story before they pull the trigger.
175BoS_DN130_LockupTerminalPrisoner: D. Clarke (CL-312I) Rank: Initiate Charges: Larceny, Dereliction, Aiding the Enemy Notes: Initiate Clarke is to be held pending trial by the Elder. Status: Incarcerated
176BoS_DN130_LockupTerminalPrisoner: L. Rhys (RS-104K) Rank: Knight Charges: Disorderly Conduct Notes: Due to Knight Rhys's recent acts of uncommon valor, all charges have been dropped. Status: Released
177BoS_DN130_LockupTerminalPrisoner: R. Cohle (CL-228K) Rank: Knight Charges: Alcohol and drug use while on duty Notes: Knight Cohle is continuing to exhibit symptoms of addiction, including auditory and visual hallucinations. Scribe Haylen should monitor his unusual and disturbing behavior and report any suspicious activity to Elder Maxson. Status: Released
178BoS_DN130_ReconDataTerminalLocation: Corvega Assembly Plant Logged By: Scribe Haylen HN-118FS Location is a former automotive assembly plant that is likely to contain a promising number of technological discoveries and documentation. Site is heavily guarded by a group of Raiders, so extreme caution is recommended.
179BoS_DN130_ReconDataTerminalLocation: Cambridge Polymer Labs Logged By: Scribe Haylen HN-118FS Location appears to be a former research facility that is reasonably intact. Functioning robotic unit inside appears to be trying to "hire" human researchers for unknown purpose. Site suspected to have ties to prewar military and could prove highly beneficial for sweep and retrieve.
180BoS_DN130_ReconDataTerminalLocation: Watz Electronics Logged By: Scribe Haylen HN-118FS Location is a former retail establishment that sold robots for residential and minor commercial use. Site may contain useful technological discoveries and spare parts. Warning: Site could contain active robotic units.
181BoS_DN130_ReconDataTerminalLocation: HalluciGen Logged By: Scribe Haylen HN-118FS HalluciGen was a prewar company that developed non-lethal weaponry for military and police urban pacification. Site may contain valuable assets to assist the Brotherhood with crowd control applications. Warning: Site may contain volatile or hazardous chemical compounds.
182BoS_DN130_ReconDataTerminalLocation: Big John's Salvage Logged By: Scribe Haylen HN-118FS Old scrapyard with a decent potential for raw material collection. Mostly junk, but might be a few bits of tech scattered around. Area is also overrun with Super Mutants, so might provide excellent opportunity for a cleansing mission.
183BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub01Proctor Quinlan's teams continue to bring in samples of the local flora. They seem fairly corrupted by radiation, but some of them have promising properties, so we'll continue to study them. Our ultimate goal is to cultivate enough hybrids to increase our heterotic yield. If we can do that, we may be able to cultivate the new species and create viable alternatives to our dependency on man-made resources.
184BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub01Had a bit of an unexpected find today. One of our field scribes brought a small root he found at the mouth of a river. Normally I wouldn't hold high hopes for such a small specimen, but the root is displaying chemical properties I've never seen before. I'm not sure anything will come of it, but it's certainly worth experimenting on.
185BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub01My new experimental root is doing surprisingly well. I've managed to graft pieces of it onto some hardier stock, and we've yielded a strong, leafy plant with thick roots. While I am uncertain of future applications for my new hybrid, I did a chemical test and it seems safe to ingest. On a whim, I boiled the plant in some water and discovered that it makes an oddly good tea.
186BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub01When I entered the botany area this morning, I couldn't believe my eyes. My experimental root has started glowing! After running a battery of tests, I am 100% certain this isn't radiation, but some sort of bioluminescence. I intend to continue my tests to see what else we can get out of this little wonder. One of my fellow scribes suggested I probably shouldn't drink tea made from the leaves anymore, but it's really great tea and I still don't see the harm.
187BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub01After some debate, I've decided to name my discovery "Glowleaf." Ingesting the plant must have restorative properties, because I feel healthier than ever. A few of the scribes on the laboratory team think I'm getting addicted to it, but what the hell do they know? Anyone who tells me I can't have my cup of Glowleaf tea can stuff it!
188BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub01EXPERIMENT TERMINATED. Senior Botany Scribe has been reassigned.
189BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub02Blood Leaf Short, broad-leafed red flower with long roots, found near water sources. Leaves are edible. Appears to have restorative properties, but is usually irradiated, so continued consumption not recommended.
190BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub02Carrot Flower Long-stemmed specimen with delicate white flowers. Appears edible, may be related to the mutated carrots grown on farms. Uncertain of its properties, so recommend caution.
191BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub02Hubflower Large hanging purple flowers. Bitter, but appears to have some restorative benefits. Will continue to investigate.
192BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub02Tato According to some old botany texts we found, this appears to be combination of a now extinct plant called a "potato" and another extinct plant called a "tomato." The outside looks like a tomato, but the inside is brown. Tastes as absolutely disgusting as it looks, but will keep you from starving.
193BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_BotanySub02Razorgrain This species appears to be quite promising. It's a toothy grain that we may be able to grind in order to replace wheat, which is untenable in the Wasteland. We are uncertain how to increase crop yields, which are very unpredictable. Will continue to study.
194BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub01Medical File DN-407P Paladin Danse Patient symptoms included inability to sleep and a "dull throbbing pain in head." All standard tests are negative. Evidence suggests post-traumatic stress disorder or similar issue. Until severity of issue increases, recommend voluntary removal from active duty. Patient was informed, but is currently in the field.
195BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub01Medical File DN-407P Danse (Ranking revoked per Elder Maxson) Incident 1: Patient symptoms included inability to sleep and a "dull throbbing pain in head." All standard tests are negative. Evidence suggests post-traumatic stress disorder or similar issue. Until severity of issue increases, recommend voluntary removal from active duty. Patient was informed, but is currently in the field. Incident 2: Comparitive analysis of DNA data provided by Proctor Quinlan confirms subject is a synth. Subject not present for a full analysis. Suggest immediate termination of subject and preservation of remains for a full dissection/diagnostic.
196BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub01Medical File IG-444PR Proctor Ingram Patient is complaining of phantom pain from limb loss. Previously prescribed painkiller and Stimpak mixture appears ineffective. Dosage has been increased to 300mg/day which is maximum allowable to remain duty-capable. Patient also describes nightmares of limb loss incident which is not unusual considering the level of trauma. Will continue to monitor.
197BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub01Medical File TG-477PR Proctor Teagan Patient slipped and fell due to intoxication, causing minor laceration on forehead and contusion to upper chest. Applied Stimpak and recommended a minumum eight-hour bedrest. This is third intoxication-related medical incident for patient, so I ordered treatment program to begin, as per regulations.
198BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub01Medical File MR-192KS Knight-Sergeant Merric Patient returned from patrol with critical injuries from exposure to nuclear warhead detonation. Injuries: left arm and leg missing, severe internal trauma, left hemisphere of head severely burned and acute radiation poisoning. Attempted emergency surgery, but patient died after three hours. Patient's remains were incinerated as per regulations.
199BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub01Medical File OG-133ES Engineering Scribe Osridge Patient suffering from discoloration/rash, pustules and radioactive residue in groin area. Symptoms consistent with sexually-transmitted disease from Ghoul species. Patient treated and report has been sent to Proctor Ingram as per regulations.
200BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub02Fr: Elder Maxon MX-001E To: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC As we undertake our urgent mission in the Commonwealth, I feel that the mental well-being of the crew should remain a top priority for your department. I am well aware that being sequestered aboard this vessel can take its toll. If you observe any issues relating to the stresses that these lengthy missions can cause, I want you to treat it as though a legitimate illness is being reported. If we have any hope of defeating the Institute, we cannot afford to lose even a single soldier to mental instability.
201BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub02Fr: Elder Maxon MX-001E To: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC I've received your concerns about Proctor Ingram's condition, but I can assure you she is more than capable of handling herself. She's already proven to be an extremely valuable member of this crew, and I will not place her on mandatory leave until you've proven to me that she's physically incapable of handling her duties.
202BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub02Fr: Teagan TG-477PR To: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC Our latest sweep and retrieve patrol came back with some medical supplies. If you have some extra time, head down to the cage and let me know what you want. If there's anything you don't need, I'll use it for trading. We're running a bit low on ammunition supplies, and these medical supplies are as good as caps with the locals.
203BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub02Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC I've finished reading your medical report on Knight-Sergeant Merric. The fact that he managed to survive long enough to reach the Prydwen and deliver his report is absolutely incredible. The sacrifice that he made for the sake of the mission is a testament to his dedication and loyalty. We will be holding a memorial service on the ship's forecastle at sunset this evening. I sincerely hope you'll be able to attend.
204BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CadeSub02Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Entire Crew This is a priority alert. Paladin Danse has been identified as an Institute synth by our command staff. Its current whereabouts are unknown. If it's spotted, terminate immediately. Do not attempt to approach. If you are unable to engage, report Danse's last known location to any duty officer as soon as possible so we can track its movement. This attempt by the Institute to tear the Brotherhood down from the inside has failed. Despite their treachery, we will persevere and emerge victorious. Ad victoriam, brothers and sisters.
205BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CrewAll recovered technology must be presented immediately to Proctor Quinlan for evaluation. Anyone found in possession of undocumented technologies will be subject to inquiry and punishment.
206BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CrewScribe Neriah's Mole Rat subjects are not pets. They are crucial military resources. As such, they are not to be fed by any personnel save Scribe Neriah and her team. Any violation of this policy will result in severe disciplinary action.
207BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CrewDue to increased Raider activity, all leave requests to off-base sites have been temporarily suspended. Affected parties will have their leave compensated at the next available opportunity.
208BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CrewThis is a notice to all personnel. Please think of your brothers and sisters down below. Thoroughly secure all gear while on the Flight Deck.
209BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_CrewAny personnel who have not completed their annual medical evaluation should report to Knight-Captain Cade immediately to schedule an examination.
210BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub01Type: Repair Status: Completed Completed By: Ingram IG-444PR Item: TVR-07 Internal Air Conditioning Unit Air conditioning unit had burned out its condensing coil from overuse. Need to remind the soldiers that they can't constantly run the damn thing 24 hours a day. Copper condensing coils are tough to replace, so had to make due with homemade version. Unit should last a while longer with moderate use.
211BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub01Type: Repair Status: Completed Completed By: Ingram IG-444PR Item: Mr. Handy Cultivation Unit Got called down to lab area and their Mister Handy was trying to cut through everything in sight. Was almost ready to get some soldiers to shoot the thing before it hurt someone, but it tried to cut through the bulkhead and burned up its motor. Pulled the logic unit and it looks like an old factory defect on the cultivation models. I've blown out the firmware and rewrote the instruction set to fix the issue. Replaced the motor and put the unit back into service.
212BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub01Type: Install Status: Completed Completed By: Ingram IG-444PR Item: Ventilation Filter System Installed a ventilation system over the rear laboratory space to help Neriah vent the stench of her mole rats to the exterior of the ship. Had to cut a few holes in the inner and outer plating, but triple-welded everything to make sure it all stays tacked down. System is on a timer, so it shouldn't draw too much power from the ship's reserves. Was happy to help since I could smell her rats all the way down here.
213BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub01Type: Repair Status: Completed Completed By: Ingram IG-444PR Item: Vertibird Gunship "Vorpal" Vorpal threw a rotor on its last landing, so I hitched a ride with Spatha and headed out to the crash site. Pilot did a hell of a job bringing his bird down in one piece. All I had to do was recover the rotor and set it back in place. There's some minor plating damage on the starboard thruster, but I'll hammer it down when Vorpal gets back to the airport. Was nice to get away from the Prydwen for once. Hopefully I can convince Kells to let me head out with some future patrols.
214BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub01Type: Repair Status: Completed Completed By: Bainbridge BB-426ES Item: Sewage Lines I don't know what the heck the mess hall is serving, but the sewage lines were completely clogged. It was so disgusting, I had to borrow one of my buddy's Power Armor helmets to keep the smell from making me puke. I think I'd rather scrape rust of the exterior hull plating next time.
215BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub01Type: Install Status: Completed Completed By: Ingram IG-444PR Item: Ground-Level Gantry Finally got the gantry done. I hope that I've engineered it to properly handle Liberty Prime's weight. I've also run a bunch of power shunts from the Prydwen's engines right down to a bunch of transformers under the control platform. I'll wire all of it into the system so we can change over from the ship's power to the big guy's internal power at the flick of a switch. Now all we need is a miracle to get Liberty Prime back on his feet.
216BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub02Fr: Elder Maxson MX-001E To: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR After having a long discussion with both Lancer-Captain Kells and Knight-Captain Cade, I've decided to deny your request for field service. While I understand that you've modified your Power Armor frame to accommodate your injury, and Cade has personally given it his seal of approval, I don't feel it's worth risking your life. You of all people should appreciate that machines can break down. In your particular case, if your frame fails while you're in the field, it could place you and anyone with you in extreme danger. Please don't take this personally, Ingram. I can't afford to lose you. My decision is final. I'm sorry.
217BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub02Fr: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC To: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR I'm guessing you've already read that Maxson is denying your field work request. I did everything I could to talk him out of it, but he just wasn't convinced. If there's anything you need, even if you just want to talk about it, my door's always open. I hate to bring this up now, but you really need to head down here and let me tweak your leg hydraulics. Last time you were here, you complained that the shock absorbers weren't doing their job dampening your impacts from walking. Well, I was able to tweak some numbers and I'd like to look them over with you. After all, you're the expert when it comes to mechanical engineering. So there, now you have two excuses to visit me in the sickbay. I hope to see you in here soon.
218BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub02Fr: Proctor Teagan TG-477PR To: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR I've got a little surprise for you. Remember how you told me about those sweets you loved so much? You know, the ones that look like little colored disks? Well, Quinlan's last sweep and retrieve patrol just came in, and they found a whole roll of them. If that doesn't put a smile on your face, I don't know what will. Now how about heading over to my quarters this evening and we can split it together. Don't worry, I'll be a complete gentleman. I just hate seeing you storm all over the repair bay with that damn scowl on your face, and I think this will cheer you up.
219BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub02Fr: Elder Maxson MX-001E To: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR Now that Captain Kells has transferred all of your materials down to the surface, and the gantry construction has started, I think it's time we had a talk about the timeline of your new project. I'd like you to head up to the Command Deck as soon as possible so we can discuss the details. We have far too many resources tied up in this operation to allow anything to slip through the cracks. We have a war to win, Proctor. And I strongly believe that this ambitious project of yours will be our rallying cry.
220BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub02Fr: Elder Maxson MX-001E To: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR I was just informed that you disobeyed a direct order by leaving the airport and traveling with one of our strike teams to Mass Fusion. While I appreciate your devotion to the cause, I'm dismayed that you chose to ignore our earlier communications regarding your role in field operations. On the other hand, I've read your after-report and I'm pleased that the Beryllium Agitator is in our hands. It's obvious that retrieving the device would have been quite difficult without your participation, so I'm willing to overlook this breach of protocol. But don't assume that my leniency in this matter indicates that my orders are subject to debate. In the future, I expect you to be more cognizant of your actions or there WILL be consequences.
221BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_IngramSub02Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Entire Crew This is a priority alert. Paladin Danse has been identified as an Institute synth by our command staff. Its current whereabouts are unknown. If it's spotted, terminate immediately. Do not attempt to approach. If you are unable to engage, report Danse's last known location to any duty officer as soon as possible so we can track its movement. This attempt by the Institute to tear the Brotherhood down from the inside has failed. Despite their treachery, we will persevere and emerge victorious. Ad victoriam, brothers and sisters.
222BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_KellsFr: Elder Maxson MX-001E To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC Captain, I need you to prepare the Prydwen for departure. Archivist Knox has completed the analysis of the energy readings we received from Paladin Danse's recon team and has concluded that they're being produced by the Institute. Knox is certain that the energy readings could only be produced by artificial means and only with an extremely advanced level of technology. Judging from the frequency of the readings, we both agree that some type of device or weapon is being deployed by the Institute which means we need to head to the Commonwealth as soon as possible. I'm not certain what type of ploy the Institute is attempting to unleash upon the world, but I'll be damned if I'm going to stand by idly and let it happen.
223BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_KellsFr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC All stations are reporting green and all personnel are aboard the Prydwen. I've gone over her from the bow to stern and she's ready to depart. With all due respect, it would be helpful if you could let me know exactly where we're headed. It's difficult preparing this vessel properly not knowing what type of environment we're flying her through. I am well aware that we're pointed north, but just how far are we going, and what can we expect when we get there, Captain?
224BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_KellsFr: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC, Elder Maxson MX-001E As requested, I've sent over my evaluation of Proctor Ingram's capabilities in the field. In my professional opinion, Ingram is fully capable of handling field operations and would benefit any team fortunate enough to have her with them. Before the Prydwen left the Capital Wasteland, I spent six months helping her design the Power Armor frame she's using to enhance her mobility. She's trained in the armor rigorously and is fully qualified... actually, MORE than qualified to be placed with our ground troops. I've been treating wounded soldiers for almost two decades, and I've yet to see anyone that can match Ingram's level of commitment and determination. Confining her to the ship would be a waste of resources and a damn shame.
225BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_KellsFr: Proctor Teagan TG-477PR To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC Now that we've arrived in the Commonwealth, I'd like to establish trade relations with the locals. I'm going to need a standard sweep and retrieve team and one of our vertibirds in order to make that happen. There are several caravans that roam the Commonwealth, and we'll use the vertibirds to track them. If any of the caravans gets jumped, we can swoop in and lend a hand to let them know that we're the friendly eye in the sky. Since you can't normally buy that kind of protection from mercenaries, we'll be certain to get the best prices and values for trades. I've used the same tactic in the Capital Wasteland and it worked wonders. Out here, with the threat of the Institute looming over their heads, we'll have these merchants eating out of our hands.
226BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_KellsFr: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC After examining technical documentation brought in by one of our patrols, I've identified Fort Strong as a priority target. The location was an experimental weapons testing facility and according to their manifests, it should still contain a sizable stockpile of Fat Man shells. According to the patrol, the fort is inhabited by Super Mutants so we're in serious jeopardy of losing the stockpile if something isn't done immediately.
227BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_KellsFr: Elder Maxson MX-001E To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC Captain, I've received credible information that we have a traitor among us. It brings me no pleasure to inform you that Paladin Danse is an Institute synth. I've had Proctor Quinlan verify the data numerous times, so I can assure you that it's accurate. We need to handle this situation carefully, Kells. Paladin Danse was well-liked and this news is certain to create a panic. We do not want this incident to touch off a series of false reports and assumptions that other synths have infiltrated our ranks. The ensuing paranoia could result in a catastrophic breakdown of order and our eventual defeat at the hands of the Institute. Placing an operative among us was a brilliant move on the Institute's part, and we can't afford to underestimate them in the future. When you're ready, I want you to inform the crew and then take the necessary steps to hunt Danse down.
228BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonPriority Communication Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Elder Maxson MX-001E We've picked up some disturbing news regarding a rise in Super Mutant activity near the Commonwealth, and Paladin Hudson has bravely volunteered to single-handedly investigate. This mission will take the Paladin deep into hostile territory so he'll need all the support we can provide. I'm having Teagan give Paladin Hudson an ample supply of ammunition, and making sure Ingram certifies that his Power Armor is in peak condition. I'm also allowing Paladin Hudson full use of one of our vertibird gunships, so I'll have one prepped immediately. Once everything is ready, I'll meet you and Paladin Hudson on the Flight Deck so we can give him a proper send-off. I can't stress to you enough how dangerous this mission will be, so it's imperative that we provide the Paladin with all the support we can muster.
229BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Elder Maxson MX-001E With Liberty Prime's construction fully completed, and the Beryllium Agitator in hand, we're ready to proceed to the final phase of our operation. All that remains is throwing the switch to restart his reactor core, and he'll finally be running under his own power. I've pre-programmed a complex set of instructions into his databank that should take him directly to the ruins of the C.I.T. building. I suggest you provide some sort of an escort for Prime, because I'm certain the Institute will do everything in its power to prevent him from reaching his target.
230BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Elder Maxson MX-001E Sir, I've placed our entire division on alert as you've requested. I'm instructing our soldiers to shoot Danse on sight rather than trying to capture or contain him for study. I feel that it's important we use his execution to set an example not only to our own brothers and sisters, but to the Institute as well. While I'm aware that certain members of the Brotherhood were quite close to Danse, I'm certain you'll agree that we can't afford to allow him to remain "alive." In his time with the Brotherhood of Steel, he's amassed quite a bit of intelligence on our operations and we have to stop him before the Institute throws the switch to bring him home.
231BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Elder Maxson MX-001E As requested, I'm providing you with all of the current information we have on Recon Squad Artemis. According to our records, we sent them into the Commonwealth approximately three years ago to perform a standard survey beginning with the Malden area. We received a few reports from the team and then abruptly lost contact. Nothing in their communications indicated anything unusual, so we assume they've either lost the ability to radio us or have been killed. The squad consisted of seven soldiers under the command of Paladin Brandis, so they certainly had plenty of firepower and the experience required to survive a deep recon mission. I have several recon teams searching for Artemis's whereabouts, but so far, they've been unsuccessful.
232BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Elder Maxson MX-001E I'm pleased to report that the Railroad will no longer hinder our operations in the Commonwealth. According to the report I've just received, all of their leaders have been executed and their headquarters is now in our hands. I've posted a small detachment of troops there in case any of them attempt to regroup there or recover supplies that they may have left behind. With this threat removed, we can now proceed to the final phase of our mission in the Commonwealth.
233BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Elder Maxson MX-001E As you know, in order to get the Prydwen rapidly to the Commonwealth, I had my engineering team pull her older power plant and replace it with an updated fusion plant we pulled from that aircraft carrier wreckage. I was able to squeeze almost one hundred percent efficiency from the new reactor, but the system is burning through our coolant supply faster than expected. As we've been docked over the airport, I've been able to deactivate the main engines to cool down the reactor, but we're still eating up coolant when we're in hover mode. We're eventually going to hit a point where we'll run out of coolant. If that happens, we'll need to put the Prydwen on the ground. I desperately need your help if you want to prevent that from happening. I'll be certain to provide you with the details at our next briefing.
234BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Knight-Captain Cade CD-440KC To: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC, Elder Maxson MX-001E As requested, I've sent over my evaluation of Proctor Ingram's capabilities in the field. In my professional opinion, Ingram is fully capable of handling field operations and would benefit any team fortunate enough to have her with them. Before the Prydwen left the Capital Wasteland, I spent six months helping her design the Power Armor frame she's using to enhance her mobility. She's trained in the armor rigorously and is fully qualified... actually, MORE than qualified to be placed with our ground troops. I've been treating wounded soldiers for almost two decades, and I've yet to see anyone that can match Ingram's level of commitment and determination. Confining her to the ship would be a waste of resources and a damn shame.
235BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Proctor Teagan TG-477PR To: Elder Maxson MX-001E You'll be pleased to know that work on the armored reinforcement plating for your jacket is complete and I'll be more than happy to send up a scribe to retrieve it when you're ready. The plating is fairly strong but I think you'll appreciate how lightweight the entire jacket will feel once the modification is made. I've stress tested the plating and it should help you resist different types of energy weapon fire as well as most ballistic threats. After you try it on, let me know if it's comfortable to wear long-term or if I need to make any adjustments to the design.
236BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Elder Maxson MX-001E According to Proctor Quinlan, we have a serious security threat on our hands. There's a sizable stockpile of Fat Man shells being kept nearby at the remains of Fort Strong. More disturbingly, the facility is currently held by a Super Mutant contingent of unknown size. I'm certain I don't have to remind you that the Super Mutants are smart enough to utilize the weapons, and that the Prydwen is well within a Fat Man launcher's range. I urge you to send someone down there immediately to deal with this threat before we end up as targets for their nuclear arsenal.
237BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Elder Maxson MX-001E I wanted to inform you that I'm having all of the Fat Man shells recovered from Fort Strong moved from the armory ruins to the lower cargo area of the Prydwen. This will ensure that the weapons remain protected as we prepare for our assault on the Institute.
238BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Elder Maxson MX-001E I'm pleased to report that our new recruit has returned from the Institute with a holotape full of sensitive data. I've given the tape to Proctor Quinlan so his team can begin decrypting the information immediately. As soon as we have any concrete information, I'll be sure to let you know.
239BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Elder Maxson MX-001E Now that the gantry is complete, construction on Liberty Prime can begin. I've pulled almost my entire engineering team onto the project as well as some of Quinlan's scribes to assist with the complex calculations needed to get him on his feet. If our new recruit is successful, we'll have the rest of the parts we need to complete the project and you can march Prime right up to the Institute's front door.
240BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_MaxsonFr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Elder Maxson MX-001E I'm happy to report that Liberty Prime has been completed, and initial diagnostics of his operational capabilities are quite promising. Prime is currently running off of the Prydwen's engines, and we hope to have a solution for starting up his reactor core quite soon. Once the reactor core has been started, we'll be able to release him from the gantry and send him on his way.
241BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub01As we've been travelling towards the Commonwealth, I've been preparing my makeshift laboratory in the rear cargo hold of the Prydwen. When we arrive, Quinlan says he'll be sending out several patrols with the express purpose of collecting viable field specimens. My job is to oversee the dissection and study of anything the patrols bring aboard. I've always agreed with the notion that the quickest way to learn your enemy's weakness is by examining them from the inside out. I hope I don't have to wait too terribly long to put that notion to the test.
242BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub01Quinlan's collection teams have already brought Super Mutant and synth specimens aboard. I've collected a fair bit of data from their remains, but have yet to discover anything that will give our soldiers an advantage in the field. As far as the Super Mutant specimens go, they're quite different from the strains present in the Capital Wasteland, so most of our anatomical records require updates, which takes time. And the synths specimens, they're a complete mystery. The models we've recovered are almost entirely mechanized, so I've been coordinating with Proctor Ingram since she's our resident robotics expert. I suppose it's only a matter of time before I have some answers. In the meantime, I'm going to begin working on a special project of my own design.
243BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub01I've brought several mole rat specimens aboard for my special project. I'm convinced that the key to unlocking improved radiation resistance is in tenacious little creatures like these. If they've learned to adapt to the radiation blanketing the Commonwealth, with a little help, we can too. I know most of the crew thinks I'm crazy, but I'm certain that I'm on the right track. I just need as many viable blood samples as possible to make my theory a reality, which is difficult right now since Maxson has most of our teams sweeping for technology. I'll see what I can do with my mole rat specimens, but I am not sure it will be enough.
244BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub01I've run into a stroke of luck today. One of the new recruits has agreed to do a little field research for me and bring back as many viable blood samples as they could find. I was even more fortunate that they possessed a Pip-Boy I could modify to extract the blood from whatever creatures they killed during their missions. Now all I have to do is wait until our new recruit returns and my special project can continue in earnest.
245BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub01Success! After analyzing the viable blood samples brought back by our new recruit, I've discovered the key to creating an improved radiation chem. In honor of my resourceful laboratory field assistant, I've decided to name it the X111 Compound. I'll begin distributing it to all of our patrol teams as soon as possible. After all of this work, I hope the entire crew will realize I'm more than just that "crazy rat lady."
246BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub02Fr: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR To: Scribe Neriah NR-490SS While I'm pleased that you're settling into your new role as our medical examiner, I'm a bit dismayed that your attention appears to be focused on your own personal projects. The dissection and examination of the Super Mutant and synth corpses need to be your top priority. Don't make me regret placing you in charge of that laboratory, Neriah. I have plenty of other scribes waiting in line who are just itching for you to fail.
247BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub02Fr: Knight Rhys RS-104K To: Scribe Neriah NR-490SS I'm sending the mole rats that you asked for on the next vertibird flight from the police station. I have no idea what you want them for - those things bite and they crap all over the place. It was a pain in the ass to collect them alive, so you better have that case of whiskey you promised ready for the return flight after the pilot drops them off. As far as getting a brahmin up there, you can forget it. I talked to the pilot and he refuses to shove one of those disgusting things into his ship.
248BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub02Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Scribe Neriah NR-490SS I've been informed by several members of the crew that you're keeping several mole rat specimens in the laboratory area of the ship. While I can appreciate their value as biological specimens, I'm sure you understand that these creatures are filthy and emit an unpleasant odor in enclosed spaces such as our hull. I'll permit you to keep them if you can assure me that you'll have Proctor Ingram devise some type of ventilation system to help mitigate the smell. Try to remember that you're sharing a space where people have to eat and sleep, scribe. I expect a full report by the end of the week.
249BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub02Fr: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR To: Scribe Neriah NR-490SS I'm sending back a sample of DNA that's been encrypted. I want you to deconstruct the code and then compare it to our personnel files immediately. I'll send along the password to my database which contains samples of every registered soldier's DNA for comparison. This is absolutely top priority, and I want you to perform the work in isolation. Please do not share your findings with anyone but myself, Lancer-Captain Kells or Elder Maxson. You have twenty-four hours to complete your findings, Neriah. Don't let me down.
250BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_NeriahLabSub02Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Entire Crew This is a priority alert. Paladin Danse has been identified as an Institute synth by our command staff. Its current whereabouts are unknown. If it's spotted, terminate immediately. Do not attempt to approach. If you are unable to engage, report Danse's last known location to any duty officer as soon as possible so we can track its movement. This attempt by the Institute to tear the Brotherhood down from the inside has failed. Despite their treachery, we will persevere and emerge victorious. Ad victoriam, brothers and sisters.
251BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_OutgoingMailKaren, I really miss you, baby. I hope you're safe out there. Remember to keep the doors locked at night and the shotgun I gave you loaded at all times. Don't trust anyone unless you know them, and even then, keep an eye on everything they do. I don't know how long this tour will last, but I promise to come back safe. Love you.
252BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_OutgoingMailOpened with moving your King's pawn 2 spaces, eh? Smart move - try to control the center of the board and free up the Queen and one of your Bishops. I bet you think I'm going to mirror your move, but guess what? I'm going to move my Queen's pawn 2 spaces so I can teach you a little something called the French Defense. Don't worry, you'll get the hang of this game.
253BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_OutgoingMailHey Mom, they're letting me send out a message before we initiate radio silence. I'm working with a pretty decent officer, a guy named Kells. He treats us well as long as we do what we're told. Working with the Brotherhood has been an amazing experience so far. It's nice to finally be making a difference in this messed up world. Got to go now, Mom. Say hi to Daniel for me.
254BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_OutgoingMailChalk up two more dead Ferals. That makes a total of seventeen since I've been out here. You wouldn't believe how easy they go down when you hit them with a laser rifle - it slices right through the ugly things like butter. When I get back from this tour, I'm going to take you Feral hunting. Trust me, you'll love it. For now, you'll just have to stick to hunting the local mole rats with your zip gun.
255BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_OutgoingMailI hope this message gets to the right person. My name is Knight Bota and I served with your son, Initiate Arlen. I'm sorry to inform you that Arlen was shot and killed during one of our field training operations. I wanted you to know he died a brave death, saving the life of three other Initiates in the process. There's nothing I can say that will soften the blow of losing a child, but I wanted you to know that it was an honor to fight at Arlen's side. You should be proud of the sacrifice he made for the sake of his country. I've sent his personal belongings back to the Citadel. You have my deepest condolences for your loss.
256BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub01Location: Hardware Town Logged By: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR Former retail location, very likely to contain useful scrap or raw materials. Raiders last seen inhabiting location - proceed with caution. Raiders may be stockpiling ammunition or weapons as well, suggest all sweep and retrieve teams recover whatever they can.
257BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub01Location: Vault-Tec Vault 75 Logged By: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR Vault-Tec constructed Vault in the basement of Malden Middle School. Data suggests Vault was created to experiment on children, but purpose has been struck from all records. Would like to retrieve as much data as possible from location, as well as any technological artifacts that were left behind.
258BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub01Location: Robotics Disposal Ground Logged By: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR Junkyard littered with remains of pre-war robots. Scouting patrol reported a possible military-grade Sentry Bot that looks serviceable. Location likely to contain spare parts or electronic materials.
259BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub01Location: BADTFL Regional Office Logged By: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR Facility was former location for Bureau of Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, Firearms and Lasers. Data suggests evidence lockers on site may still contain viable weapons or other useful equipment. Warning - scouting units have observed Raiders operating in the area.
260BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub01Location: General Atomics Factory Logged By: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR Factory was designed for the manufacture and repair of Miss Nanny Robots. Site likely to contain technological artifacts and/or documentation as well as spare parts Proctor Ingram might find useful. The chance for automated security at this location is high, so proceed with caution.
261BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub02Fr: Elder Maxon MX-001E To: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR After we arrive in the Commonwealth, I want you to begin organizing sweep and retrieve teams. Take as many men as you need and coordinate the duty rosters with Lancer-Captain Kells. I want as much information about these energy readings from Danse's team as you can find. We could be on the brink of discovering the location of the Institute, so this needs to be your top priority.
262BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub02Fr: Elder Maxon MX-001E To: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR Proctor Ingram is requesting any information that will assist her reconstruction efforts. I've passed along your gantry design to Kells, and we're both confident that it will be completed by the time her project is ready. We have a lot of resources riding on the success of Ingram's mission, so I expect you to help her in any way that you can.
263BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub02Fr: Proctor Ingram IG-444PR To: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR I've sent over the proper forms to requisition two more scribes and you denied them? I don't need you slowing me down on this, Quinlan. Maxson keeps hounding me for results, but getting anything done with this project has been like trying to field-strip a laser rifle without using your hands. I need all the help I can get and if that means taking a few troops away from your scouting missions, I'm afraid you'll just have to make due. Now sign the damn forms, and let me do my job.
264BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub02Fr: Scribe Neriah NR-490SS To: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR I've checked the data three additional times to confirm and I'm positive that the DNA sample we have on file for Paladin Danse matches the DNA sample you provided. I'm not certain why you're having me do these readings, but I can assure you that my data is accurate. Could you at least tell me where the sample you found originated from?
265BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub02Fr: Elder Maxson MX-001E To: Proctor Quinlan QN-448PR The information you've discovered regarding Danse is of a highly sensitive nature and we need to proceed carefully. Until I make a formal announcement to the crew, I need you to keep this quiet. I'll have Kells raise the alert to all departments shortly. In the meantime, I need every scrap of data your department can come up with regarding possible locations that Danse may have gone.
266BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub02Fr: Lancer-Captain Kells KS-390LC To: Entire Crew This is a priority alert. Paladin Danse has been identified as an Institute synth by our command staff. Its current whereabouts are unknown. If it's spotted, terminate immediately. Do not attempt to approach. If you are unable to engage, report Danse's last known location to any duty officer as soon as possible so we can track its movement. This attempt by the Institute to tear the Brotherhood down from the inside has failed. Despite their treachery, we will persevere and emerge victorious. Ad victoriam, brothers and sisters.
267BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub03These entries are my attempt at writing a timeline documenting Elder Maxson's rise within the ranks of the Brotherhood. It's my sincerest wish that these entries will one day be compiled in a classic printed book format and distributed throughout the Wasteland. Long live Elder Maxson and long live the Brotherhood!
268BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub03Despite the defeat of the Enclave in the Capital Wasteland, the Brotherhood of Steel was still an organization divided. The Outcasts, a splinter faction that left the safety of the Citadel, still struggled to survive in the Capital Wasteland, separated from their parent organization. And while some of the Brotherhood members within the Citadel had no desire to reunite with their "disgraced" brothers, many saw the advantage in bolstering their own forces with warriors already trained and indoctrinated by the Brotherhood of Steel. Surely they could work out any... philosophical issues?
269BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub03Enter Arthur Maxson, young squire to both Owyn and Sarah Lyons, and descendant of the very founder of the Brotherhood of Steel, Roger Maxson. When Elder Owyn Lyons died, care of young Arthur Maxson passed to Sarah Lyons, Owyn's daughter, who was then named Elder in his place. But when Sarah fell in battle shortly thereafter, things became complicated. The Brotherhood of Steel based in the Citadel found itself in need of leadership, and began appointing one ineffective Elder after another.
270BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub03As the years passed, and Arthur Maxson grew, so too did his accomplishments. At age 12, while on a training patrol, he killed two Raiders and saved the squad that was supposed to be escorting him. At age age 13, he single-handedly killed a Deathclaw (and gained the large facial scar he still has to this day). But it was his victory at age 15, over the Super Mutant "Shepherd" who was attempting to re-organize the Capital Wasteland's Super Mutants, that elevated him to hero-like status. When word of this feat reached the Elders back on the West Coast, they knew the time had come... Maxson was ready. Ready to lead and, more importantly, to reunite the fragmented Brotherhood of Steel forces on the East Coast.
271BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub03So it was that a year later, when he was only 16 years old, Arthur Maxson brokered a peace with the Outcasts, re-integrating them into the Brotherhood of Steel, and proving he was as effective a diplomat as he was a warrior. Now re-united, the full force of the Brotherhood of Steel appointed Arthur Maxson as Elder... the youngest in Brotherhood of Steel history.
272BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_QuinlanSub03Elder Maxson reigns supreme in the Capital Wasteland, and his authority and influence have been spreading across the Eastern Seaboard, thanks in no small part by the mobility afforded by the Prydwen. He has the full support of the Elders back on the West Coast, who have proudly reported that they've begun eradicating cults that have popped up, worshipping Maxson as though he's some kind of god. Maxson himself is almost offended by the idea of being referred to as a deity, as it goes against everything he believes in. Arthur Maxson is happy to be one thing... the perfect human specimen, an example of everything a human being can achieve. Assisted, even enhanced, by advanced technology, but still very much human.
273BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_RecreationFeel free to use this terminal to unwind. I've disconnected it from the Prydwen's mainframe, but keep it clean or I'm shutting it down permanently. If you've got a problem with that, keep it to yourself.
274BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_RecreationIngram told me about the rec section under the Main Deck. I've contributed a few bottles of liquor and some cigarettes, but I don't have an endless supply. If you need refills, come see me and we'll do a trade.
275BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_RecreationIf anyone's up for it, I'm organizing a little nighttime Feral hunt that's strictly off the books. I don't give a damn about the synths - these Ghouls are disgusting and we need to keep thinning them out before they infest the entire Commonwealth. I'm pretty sure we can start with the Cambridge Crater. See me if you're interested.
276BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_RecreationMcLaren got his suit wiped out trying to drop from the top of Trinity Tower, so the current record holder is still Petris with his Prydwen-to-ground drop. Remember, no leg armor mods allowed, just a clean jump with standard T-60 and you have to be able to walk away. No exceptions.
277BoS_Prydwen_Terminal_RecreationI don't remember who was asking, but someone was looking for mirelurk eggs. On my last patrol, we swept through Neponset Park and I saw a few nests but Kells had me carrying a ton of gear. If you want to head out there, I'm sure you can pick up some of the eggs for yourself.
278BunkerKesslerTerminalMonthly with Wire, no issues. Not even a hint of trouble with his boys, thankfully. Getting pressure to lower payment. Hello, remember last time? Maybe some sort of cap equivalent will work?
279BunkerKesslerTerminalTower Tom's been pushing east. In no time will be directly on our trade route. Keeps chasing away (and in one case killing) messengers. Clear we can't deal with him - could be a real problem.
280BunkerKesslerTerminalThat two-bit thief Zeller. Takes in one hand and then hits our caravans with the other. Got to play dumb. At this point, worth hiring some help. Someone reliable, someone that can take out his "army."
281BunkerKesslerTerminalJared's drop - mainly Jet and Psycho. Took a pass on Chem for Kids, but AJ's still got the best prices on the normal garbage. As long as he accepts chems it won't be a problem paying him off.
282CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistAnother unwanted gift from my loving brother. Still, it might be interesting to play around with.
283CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistIt turns out that eventually even the apocalypse can get boring. Jack and Edward are too good at keeping us safe. It looks like the Cabot Family is immune from the end of the world, just like everything else. We just shrug it off and keep on going, just like we always have. Sometimes I'm very pleased about that - it makes me feel incredibly superior. Sometimes, it makes me really really sad. Most of the time, it's just boring as hell.
284CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistI've stopped even telling anyone where I'm going. The world isn't as dangerous as Jack says. There are still people out there, living their lives, like they always have. I guess more of them are willing to kill you now, but that's probably just because they CAN. I always got the feeling that plenty of people would have liked to see us dead, before - they just couldn't get away with it.
285CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistThis whole computer thing turned out to be more interesting than I thought. I've been learning a lot from various BBSes. Jack's been griping about some mistake he made in setting up his terminal, so I poked around until I found the file. It would be simple to fix it for him, but not nearly as much fun as watching him try to solve it on his own.
286CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistI don't know how Jack keeps himself busy, day after day. You'd think he would realize that it was hopeless by now, after all these years and years. Maybe he's just going through the motions, the way I am? Or maybe he's stopped trying to cure Father. I mean, what happens after? To us? I'm the only one that's ever tried to go without the serum. Maybe Jack and Mother think they could just give it up, but I think they're fooling themselves.
287CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistWas playing around with some new ideas, and hit upon a good gag. I wonder how long it will take Jack to figure it out?
288CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistWent to see Father again. I just showed up at Parsons and threatened to make a scene until Jack finally agreed to let me go down. I don't know why I keep going. Father puts on quite an act for me, but I know it's not really him. Not since he got back from his trip wearing that horrible crown. I keep hoping that somehow he'll come back - that I'll see even a glimmer of the real person again. Maybe Jack will eventually succeed. As annoying as he can be, I can't deny that he's very smart.
289CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistI went off the serum for a whole month. I thought I could stick with it this time, but - when you actually feel yourself getting older by the day, and know you can fix it... It's hard to give up youth and beauty, voluntarily. I bet most people couldn't do it, if they had the choice.
290CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistApparently the RobCo techs don't even know how their own systems work. I mean, it's just a simple bat file in the root directory of the database server for crying out loud. Hardly the hack of the century or anything. :)
291CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistThings are just going from bad to worse. The things Robert tells me... most people don't even know how bad it is. And here we sit, safe in our little Cabot family bubble of privilege. I've tried to talk to Jack about it, but he's in his own world as usual. I doubt he even knows what year it is. And Mother - don't even get me started. Her whole life is a state of denial. I know this is insane to even think, but maybe this is for the best. You'd think I could just get a gun or some poison if I really wanted to end it for myself, but I could never be that... deliberate. How selfish must I be to think that I need the world to end as a way for me to get out of killing myself?
292CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistIt's happening. I think a bomb must have hit somewhere near. Power is out all over, as far as we can see from here. The emergency power is still on in the house, but not for long. Edward and Jack went to try to get to Parsons - priorities, you see. Jack left Anders in charge here. He seems competent enough, but there's something about the way he's been looking since it happened that I don't like. I'd better get back to Mother.
293CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistI got the power back on again. Things are very bad, but - I would never admit this to anyone, but this is the most fun I've had since I can remember. I'm not bored anymore. Maybe this is how most people feel all the time... I really can't remember how I felt, before the serum. Oh, and Anders is dead. I killed him. No one can believe it. Two days after Jack left, he decided that Cabot House belonged to him, and Mother and I would have to leave. I can't really blame him, I mean, it was the end of the world. I'm not sure most employment agreements cover that. But he made the mistake of underestimating me. He didn't know how fast I was, or how strong. I would have just made him leave, but he decided to fight. Probably better that way. One less person out there who knows about what we have here. We haven't heard from Jack for a week. He and Edward made it to Parsons, at least - Jack radioed when they arrived. Tried to be cheerful as usual - put on a happy face for Emogene - but who really knows if they're going to manage. At least Edward is with him. If anyone can get through this, it's Edward.
294CabotHouseEmogeneTerminalDesk_ChairFederalistJack made it back, finally. He says Edward is very sick from radiation. He left him at Parsons. I don't think he expects him to live. I'm not sure why neither of us is sick - I was out quite a lot, now that I think about it. Maybe another of the many benefits of Jack's magic serum. I'll have to thank Father the next time I see him.
295CabotHouseJackTerminalI think I finally have this new terminal set up correctly. Let's see if this saves... Yes! I can already see that this is going to increase my productivity immensely, never mind Mother's carping about "new-fangled contraptions." I see that I mistyped my name on the setup screen. I'll have to check the manual for how to fix that - would get annoying to see that every time I "log in"!
296CabotHouseJackTerminalI've lately immersed myself in Lorenzo's work like never before. I wish now I had made more effort (when it was still possible) to try to locate the site of so-called Ubar. After my initial failed attempt to find the site, I dismissed it as both hopeless and useless - better to focus my energy on the immediate problems. But now, after going over Lorenzo's papers more thoroughly, I believe there are enough clues to the general location that a large-scale search using aircraft might have been feasible - something that wasn't possible in my first attempt, of course. Maybe I could have found some other artifacts that I could have studied more directly - even if they were for completely different purposes, it would be invaluable in understanding how the ancient technology functioned. I've also come to realize how brilliant Lorenzo actually was. I was far too quick to dismiss his theories - ah, the arrogance of youth! I'm now convinced that his essential premise is correct - the artifact he found was not made by humans. All the evidence was there, but Lorenzo was the only one who put it all together and actually understood what it meant. A staggering thing to think of - if only he had been capable of dealing with fools a bit more diplomatically, he might have gained more general acceptance of his theories and not been driven to such secrecy in his final expeditions.
297CabotHouseJackTerminalStill learning how to work with this new computer. Searched the manual for an hour last night, but couldn't find out how to reset my name on the login screen. Oh well, hardly worth worrying about right now. I'm sure I'll figure it out eventually. At some point, I'll need to take the time to transcribe all my old paper notes into this system so that I can easily access them. But for now, let me summarize my progress so far in understanding Father's condition so I have a baseline to refer back to here. 1. All attempts to directly remove the Artifact have been unsuccessful so far. Father's blood pressure dropped precipitously and detectable brain waves nearly flatlined each time. The results were the same with: * Total anaesthesia (Father unconscious) * Local anasthesia (Father conscious) * Several types of anti-psychotics (TO DO - fill in exact list and dosage from my notes) * Varying dosages of LSD (TO DO - fill in dosages from notes) 2. This implies that disabling the Artifact in some way will be necessary in order to remove it from Father. * Question - is the psychotic effect permanent? i.e. will it survive removal of the Artifact? Or is the Artifact actively and directly inducing it? 3. I've been very cautious with directly physically interacting with the Artifact since the very early days - my initial attempts to probe or tinker with it were met with similar physical symptoms in Father to my attempts to remove it. I won't attempt it again until I have a much greater understanding of the Artifact's inner workings. 4. Active scanning of the Artifact itself has proven useless. I currently consider this a dead end. * X-rays - so far has proven opaque to all my scans. Obviously I'm limited to the amount of radiation I can risk subjecting Father to. * Radio imaging - again, the Artifact is opaque at all wavelengths. 5. Passive scanning has been more promising. This is an area I plan to devote much more time. The Artifact radiates across the electro-magnetic spectrum, and at varying strengths and wavelengths. I have some basic telemetry already built into Father's cell, and have been collecting data for the past 2 years. So far it isn't much more than suggestive of further avenues of research, but I am quite confident that over time, and with more sophisticated sensors, I'll be able to gain genuinely useful insight into the way the Artifact is controlling Father. * TO DO - get military contacts from Senator DeSoto - they are likely to have more advanced tech than I can get commercially. Consider making deal for samples of serum if necessary. 6. The physical symptoms and changes that the Artifact has induced in Father are as follows: * Extreme paranoia and psychotic tendencies - this was obvious from the first. Since no drug has proven effective in mitigating these symptoms, all evidence points to this being directly induced by the Artifact. * Agelessness - as-yet-unidentified modifications to his blood chemistry has prevented any further aging since he first encountered the Artifact. In fact, he may be in better physical health than before. It seems likely that the Artifact is actively monitoring and "correcting" any problems it finds with its host organism. * Telekinesis - the most surprising ability. I tentatively believe that this is NOT actual telekinesis but is something generated directly by mechanisms in the Artifact itself, perhaps using manipulation of gravity waves beyond our current technology. * Increased physical strength - perhaps a side effect of the Artifact's monitoring and "improving" of its host. This caused some difficulty early on in Father's confinement (before I was fully aware of his abilities) but is now merely something to keep aware of. 7. Father's blood chemistry shows various changes from human norms, as well as traces of currently unidentifed substances. I've proven that at least some of the symptoms described above can be communicated to another person through use of blood transfusion. So far through pure trial and error I've been able to produce a serum with several of the beneficial qualities and few side effects, but my actual understanding of what the serum is doing is so far very limited. I'll continue to pursue that as time allows but it seems unlikely to be of much use in actually freeing Father from the Artifact. 8. X-rays of Father's brain show no physical intrusion of the Artifact - his skull remains intact, and I can see no signs that it has even penetrated his flesh. At this point, I believe that the blood chemistry changes (etc.) must be being induced by the Artifact indirectly - it is instructing Father's cells on how to manufacture these substances. 9. My most successful intervention to date has been the development of the "Abremalin Field" (detailed specs in files at Parsons). Earliest crude implementation (1898) was simply a full-spectrum dampening field tuned to the same frequencies given off by the Artifact. It did interfere with the Artifact's operation, but at great cost to Father's health. At the time I had no choice - he would have been impossible to confine any other way - but refinement of the field has been a priority over the last decades. I've managed to reduce the negative physical effects on Father while more directly blocking the Artifact's telekinesis power. So far my attempts to broaden the field's interference with other aspects of the Artifact have been unsuccessful - they bring on similar physical symptoms to attempting to physically remove the Artifact. But this remains the most promising avenue of my research - if I can discover how to interrupt this communication I believe I will have the key to removing it - or at the very least in mitigating some of the other dangerous symptoms (psychosis, etc.).
298CabotHouseJackTerminalMother and Emogene have left for another European tour, while I take care of the latest "generational shift". Getting more difficult to make this work in our modern age. Luckily money still talks. I'll have to find someone reliable to leave in charge at Parsons while I'm gone - perhaps Anderson could be trusted not to meddle?
299CabotHouseJackTerminalIt's good to be back. John Cabot, long lost cousin of the Cabots has returned to claim his inheritance after the freak accident that claimed the lives of Jack and his family. As usual, I have to be careful to respond when people address me as "John". And this beard is going to take some getting used to. But, such are the burdens of immortality. Anderson proved loyal and uninclined to poke his nose into anything, so that's another hurdle passed. I need to try to get as much done as I can while Mother is away - I find I am much more productive than usual during these transitions.
300CabotHouseJackTerminalI've been experimenting with some of the new transistors, and it looks possible to make a portable version of the Abremalin field generator. This would be very useful if we ever had to move Lorenzo to a different facility for any reason. A lot more work is necessary of course, and testing it on Lorenzo is out of the question - I won't risk shutting down the main field. But replicating the current field frequency pattern should at least give us something that we could try in an emergency, even if I can't be 100% certain it will work.
301CabotHouseJackTerminalI've just hired a new fellow to help with the family's affairs - Edward Deegan, comes highly recommended. It's too easy for me to ignore the passage of time now, but I've just realized how old Daniel is getting - it will be time for him to retire in a few years, and it's past time to start grooming his replacement. This is always such a difficult process that I tend to put it off, especially as Mother can be so difficult with anyone new. If Edward proves reliable, I can start easing him into the "family secrets" - tricky, but necessary. So far so good - Mother has taken to him, which is an essential first step.
302CabotHouseJackTerminalI've had Robco out again. It seems like a small thing but this login screen glitch has been driving me crazy. I assumed that it would be fixed with the upgraded terminals - you can be sure I was careful to type my name in correctly this time. But no, when it booted up the next time, there it was again. This time they completely wiped the entire system and reinstalled from their master holotapes. Unbelievably, the typo was still there. They've promised to have some of their sharpest engineers look into the problem, but I'm not sure they were being completely serious. If I don't hear from them within a couple of weeks, I'll make a few calls.
303CabotHouseJackTerminalApparently the political situation has become very dangerous. I don't pay much attention to current events but Emogene's latest beau is a high muckety-muck in some government agency, and has been telling her alarming stories about how close things have gotten to a full-scale nuclear war. I wonder if we are following in the footsteps of the ancients who created the artifact - if so, who might our successors be, thousands of years from now? Will a cockroach civilization eventually rise to wonder at the artifacts we left behind?
304CabotHouseJackTerminalIt really happened. I don't think I've quite come to terms with what it means for the long run - it's been one crisis after another. We certainly aren't out of the woods yet, but the simple fact that I can write this again means we are better off than most people. I don't have time to write down everything that's happened. Fortunately Boston was spared a direct hit. My first concern was Parsons, of course - we had to maintain power at all costs. We've always had backup generators, more than usual even for a medical facility, but these were intended for short-term outages, not as a permanent power supply. Then there was the question of security. Edward proved himself amazingly resourceful - he already had plans in place for just such an emergency - thank god he paid more attention to the news than I did. Still, there's no real planning for the end of civilization. He and I have been at Parsons for almost a month, trying to keep things from completely falling apart. Edward has been out more than he should - I'm afraid he's taken a heavy dose of radiation. But there was really no choice. I'll do what I can for him - I don't know how I could replace him now. Emogene has stepped up amazingly - I had no idea she had it in her. The man we left in charge here proved unreliable - apparently cracked under the pressure, and tried to evict Emogene and Mother at gunpoint. He didn't reckon on Emogene (and neither did I). She took charge and somehow kept things secure here in spite of everything. I'll have to see what Edward can do about a more permanent solution for power (and security) for Cabot House, but for the moment things look much better than they might. I expect even our resources will be tested to the limit over the coming years, but in some ways I am glad of the challenge. One thing's for sure - the end of the world isn't boring.
305CabotHouseJackTerminalI think I can finally say that things are looking up. Edward has recruited a more or less reliable security force to protect Parsons. The power situation is stabilized - Edward assures me we now have spare parts stockpiled to last at least 50 years. Moving between here and Parsons is still the biggest problem - there's no sign of any return of law and order. Just the opposite in fact. But Edward has proven skilled at dealing with the various groups of thugs that have sprung up. Speaking of Edward - his radiation sickness has developed in a most fortunate way. For a time I thought he was surely going to die, but then his condition stabilized. He now seems actually immune to further radiation. Apparently this is not unknown in the other survivors, although Edward tells me that a strong prejudice has developed against these people. Hard to understand, as they seem uniquely qualified to survive in this new world. One benefit of the end of civilization that I hadn't anticipated - there's no need now for us to have to "die" periodically. I can go back to being Jack Cabot again, for the foreseeable future. No more neighbors to poke their noses into our business!
306DmndCrockerTerminalBeautiful Ann Codman. Well, I suppose I should say the former beautiful Ann Codman. There's only so much we can do to reverse the ravages of time, even with the miracle of Facial Reconstruction. Still, a steady customer is the best customer. List of procedures done: Lip adjustment, Eye tuck, Nose straighten, Age mark removal (several), Lift work (various, who's counting?).
307DmndCrockerTerminalSuch a perfect specimen. I almost hated to work on her. Like damaging a fine portrait. Note: The smell of her hair is divine. She must use something for it. Solomon crafting soap products in addition to chems these days? I must ask him. List of procedures done: Birth mark removal, against my protestations.
308DmndCrockerTerminalThe detective's secretary. Came for a consultation. Will have to follow up with her, perhaps over drinks.
309DmndCrockerTerminalNow this one was a surprise. Old Abbot. Now there is a man of few words. List of procedures done: Nasty scar across the abdomen. Rebuffed any attempts to question where it was from. Easy enough to remove for a man of my talents, however.
310DmndDugoutInnTerminalVadim: Please at least do your part of the cleaning and keep the bar tidy. Scarlett already cleans half the rooms, the tables, and the patio. I do the rest. May I remind you that I am not Mother, yes? Yefim
311DmndDugoutInnTerminalVadim: We are running a hotel, yes? People pay to sleep here? Is closing the bar at the same time every night not possible? Sometimes guests still hear you laughing with bar customers well into the early morning. You are anything but quiet. At least keep it down if you insist on serving drinks at all hours. Yefim.
312DmndDugoutInnTerminalVadim: I do not mind paying bills for our business, but I am not your accountant. Every time you go shopping, you tell merchant to bill the Dugout. Then, I have to pay them off or we both lose everything. We are in this together, yes? Then why am I the only one who keeps personal finance from professional finance? Yefim
313DmndDugoutInnTerminalVadim: I try to talk, you brush me off. You say put what I want on the terminal and you will get to it. But then you never read what I write! Can you not understand how maddening that is? You will not even be reading this, will you? Father was right. "Heavy is the back that carries two loads." Yefim
314DmndMayorTerminalNote to Geneva: I have been informed that the man living in the mostly abandoned West Stands has left Diamond City, and will not be returning. Please go through the usual foreclosure procedures, then put a copy of his house keys in the safe.
315DmndMayorTerminal_AppointmentSubMenuNote to Geneva: Clear my schedule of any Council meetings for the foreseeable future. See this note from the last session: "The City Council Meetings are suspended for the meantime until there is an emergency. The Council expresses full confidence in the Mayor's ability to handle all city business."
316DmndMayorTerminal_AppointmentSubMenuNote to Geneva: UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD PIPER BE ALLOWED IN THIS OFFICE! If she continues to press on this Institute crusade of hers, there will be consequences. We need some way to curtail the paper's popularity with the people. That poison she's selling is turning everyone against each other, and I won't have it.
317DmndMayorTerminal_AppointmentSubMenuNote to Geneva: Please be sure to send any couriers from Mister Ayo into my office as soon as they arrive. Also, our usual need for discretion in city affairs goes double for this matter.
318DmndMayorTerminal_CitySubMenuSecurity has petitioned me again about gaining control of the Water Purifier. They don't believe Sheng Kawolski is up to the task. Nonsense, I say! The boy may be young, but free enterprise is an important part of our Diamond City way of life, and I won't have him interferred with. Yes, his concern for safety regulation is a bit... lapsed. But that can be dealt with in the usual ways.
319DmndMayorTerminal_CitySubMenuCrime across the city is manageable. Need to remind all new Security Officers to delay any investigations into kidnappings. We don't need to rouse further hysteria into the ridiculous notion that Synths are replacing our citizenry. Why, there could be a panic at a critical moment. What if Super Mutants attacked, and people were more concerned about "Who is a Synth" than protecting our city? No. This kind of talk needs to be suppressed as the sedition it really is.
320DmndMayorTerminal_CitySubMenuNote to Geneva: Please respond to any petitioners about "fixing" Takahashi with this prepared statement. "Takahashi is a Diamond City cultural institution, and the Mayor's Office will not be responding to any notion that he is in need of repairs. While we understand that not everyone understands him as well as a born-and-bred Diamond City resident, we cannot allow such an iconic figure of our great city to be altered in any way."
321DmndMayorTerminal_CitySubMenuNote to Geneva: My current draft of the speech. This should settle things in the minds of the people. I'm sure of it. "Diamond City has stood united for over 150 years. And what keeps us united are two things. First, is the great green guardian behind me. The Wall. Our protector and our savior from the filth of the outside. And second, is our faith and trust in each other. The faith and trust that has given us prosperity, security, and education for every citizen. And while the paper might point their fingers at synths and other ghost stories to drive us apart, we will not betray this sacred trust. Now I want everyone to hear these next words very carefully. I. Am not. A Synth. I am the same flesh and blood boy who grew on these streets. Who was born in a shack just down the waterfront to Martha and Patrick McDonough. And I will not abandon my city due to the heinous allegations of the press. God bless this city. God bless the Wall!"
322DmndMyrnaTerminalMayor McDonough (was in the paper) Ellie Perkins (obviously) Geneva (always orders the same thing) Arturo Rodriguez (too nice) Abbot (too mean) Piper (writing articles to deflect suspicion?) Danny Sullivan (infiltrating the Security team?) Solomon (pretends to be high all the time, I know his tricks) Moe Cronin (only a Synth loves baseball)
323DmndMyrnaTerminalThere needs to be a real movement against Synths in this city. Security is useless. No matter how many reports I file, no one ever gets arrested. Don't they know all Synths are right-handed, and always eat promptly at Noon? That's HARD evidence, and I kept very, very strict records of everyone's activities in the market. I'm going to start hosting meetings. Just a few trusted people. We'll take back control of this city from the Synths. I'll need to screen everyone before I ask them. No matter how long it takes, I have to be sure. Anyone could be a Synth. Anyone.
324DmndMyrnaTerminalThis is your reminder, Myrna, that Percy is due for maintenance soon. He's the only one I can really trust. A machine that KNOWS he's a machine. Why couldn't they have stopped there, huh? What's the point in making a robot that thinks it's human? Synths ARE NOT human.
325DmndPiperComplaintsSubterminalPublick Occurrences Complaints Log DATE - 2/15 "In your most recent edition, your paper failed to acknowledge in any way the contribution of the mighty Wall in the defense of our town against last month's Super Mutant attacks. I find this extremely offensive and will not be purchasing another copy until such disrespect is publicly corrected." PUBLISHED RESPONSE: "We honor the efforts of all those involved in the defense of our great city, from our valiant guards to the mighty Wall." PERSONAL RESPONSE: Dear whack job. Two members of Diamond City Security died defending this town. Where was your hunk of plywood for them?
326DmndPiperComplaintsSubterminalPublick Occurrences Complaints Log DATE - 4/14 "I find choice of topics sad. How about happy story? Maybe something about nice bar?" PUBLISHED RESPONSE: "Thank you for your feedback. Our stories are selected for relevance and importance to the Diamond City populace." PERSONAL RESPONSE: Vadim, no story about your bar is going to end happily.
327DmndPiperComplaintsSubterminalPublick Occurrences Complaints Log DATE - 10/01 "Your paper is just trying to drum up fears about synths to increase sales. You should be ashamed of yourself." PUBLISHED RESPONSE: "Thank you for your concern. Our paper makes significant efforts to ensure all our stories are accurate and free from editorializing." PERSONAL RESPONSE: Thank you for your concern. I hope you get snatched.
328DmndPiperPerspectivesSubterminalDear Publick, I am torn between two loves. On one hand, I have my profession. Every moment I spend with the young up-and-comers for whom I work brings such joy. On the other hand, I have my co-worker. Wise, patient, debonair. Many suggest that I am not lively enough for him, but I can picture life with no other. I long to confess my feelings for him, but my life is my work. Trying to add a relationship, it would simply short-change everyone. I must choose, Publick. But who? - Pair-Amores Dear Pair, Love is rare. Two? Doubly so. Make it work, Pair. You work in the same building for shuck's sake.
329DmndPiperPerspectivesSubterminalDear Publick, Me and my little girl have been on our own for a long time now. She's the most important thing in my life, but lately it seems like she's not as interested in hanging out with her papa. I understand she's got to grow up someday, but I'm not ready to let her go. What do I do to make sure I don't lose my little girl? - Teen Troubles Dear Troubles, Your girl's becoming her own person. Let her make decisions, screw up. Maybe throw some extra caps her way so she can take her friends out for noodles more often. Then, when she's ready, she'll come to you.
330DmndPiperPerspectivesSubterminalDear Publick, I've been living in Diamond City for years now, but have never been able to land a girlfriend. I wear nice clothes and give them free drinks, but they just seem to think I'm some sort of creep. My boss says I've got a face only a mother could love, and I think he's right. I feel like I'm out of options, Publick. Should I take the plunge and change my face? - Desperate in Diamond City Dear Desperate, Ever tried talking to these girls? You should give it a go. No more trying to buy your way to affection. You need to earn it.
331DmndPiperPerspectivesSubterminalDear Publick, I got this job. It pays the bills, but lately, it's making it so I can't sleep at night. Things have been so tense. I'm getting worried that if something doesn't change, I might slip-up and get myself or someone else hurt. Any advice, Publick? - Sleep-Walking the Beat Dear Beat, Sounds like you need to relax more. I know after a hard day solving other people's problems, I like to grab a Nuka-Cola, pull out a stack of comics, and read till I pass out. Give it a try.
332DmndPiperPerspectivesSubterminalDear Publick, I could use a friend. Everyone in this town is either jealous of me or afraid of me because of how I look and who I work for. I'm not willing to compromise who I am just so people will like me more, but it just gets so lonely. But you seem like a smart gal, Publick. Any chance you want to grab a drink sometime? - Alone in the Upper Stands Dear Alone, Going to have to take a raincheck on that drink, but your instincts are good. New friends crop up in the most unlikely places. You just need to search them out.
333DmndPiperTerminalNoodles. We all eat them. We all love them. And Diamond City's Power Noodles has supplied this sustenance for the past fifteen years. From the stilted mechanical cadence of Takahashi's programmed Japanese, to the fragrant steam that wafts from each bowl, to the scalding tang of each delicious mouthful - the ordering and eating of noodles is but one of many shared human experiences. Or is it? I was struck by this very question as I sat at the counter of Power Noodles last Wednesday night, just after 5:00 pm, enjoying a dinner I had so many times before. That's when I noticed our very own Mayor McDonough sidle up to a stool, and engage in the very same ritual. Right hand extending. Mouth opening. Teeth chewing. Yes, eating noodles. The shared experience of almost every Diamond City resident. So it must have also seemed to the residents of Diamond City nearly sixty years ago, on an uncharacteristically warm May evening in 2229, as they sat around this very same counter. But that was before the days of Takahashi and his noodles, when the bar served not noodles, but ice cold Nuka-Colas, frothy beers, and stiff shots of whiskey. The barman's name was Henry, and that night, he facilitated the shared human experiences of drinking, smoking, talking and laughing. That is, until tragedy struck. There aren't many among us who are even old enough to remember that evening - although some of the city's Ghoul residents certainly could have, had they not been forcibly removed, thanks to Mayor McDonough's anti-Ghoul decree of 2282. But there is one person among us who does remember, distinctly, the events of that evening: respected matriarch Eustace Hawthorne, who recounted her story in a Publick Occurrences exclusive interview. "Oh, I was there all right. Sitting right at the bar, sure as you're sitting in front of me now. Twenty-two years old or so, and just looking to have a good time. I was safe behind the Wall -- we all were -- so what was the harm? And let me tell you, that Mr. Carter made it easy. He came into town earlier that day, said he was from out west somewhere. It didn't really matter. What did matter was his smile, and his laugh, and the way he'd make everyone feel at ease. That night, at the bar, we all just sort of crowded around him. Everyone wanted to exchange a word, or hear about the state of the Commonwealth. And Mr. Carter, he was all too happy to oblige. It was just so wonderful. Until it wasn't." Eustace continued her account of that evening, and the moment when things turned sinister, and the truth about Mr. Carter was revealed. "We'd been drinking, and carrying on, must have been three hours. Mr. Carter had four or five drinks in that time. He seemed a bit drunk, I guess, like the rest of us. Then something just sort of happened. He was smiling, but the smile sort of went from his face, all in an instant. And then his cheek started twitching, kind of funny. And I remember watching him, clear as if it happened just yesterday. He reached inside his coat, took out a revolver, and then 'Blam!' -- He shot Henry, the barman, right in the head. Didn't hesitate, didn't show any emotion -- Mr. Carter killed Henry as casually as if he were paying him for a drink. But his cheek never did stop twitching. Let me tell you, all Hell broke loose after that." What Eustace is describing is, of course, is the infamous event known as the "Broken Mask," when the people of the Commonwealth learned for the first time that the Institute, the shadowy scientific organization responsible for the creation of combat androids, had actually succeeded in creating a model of android so advanced, it could effortlessly infiltrate human society. Unbeknownst to the people of Diamond City, the Institute had somehow evolved their androids into true synthetic humanoids. Synths. "After he shot Henry, that Mr. Carter shot three or four other people, too. Like I said, all Hell broke loose. The guards came running, they opened fire, and Mr. Carter he kept shooting, and throwing people around left and right. Finally, those guards put him down. Seemed like they had killed a man who had flipped his lid. Gone crazy. And he lay there like a dead crazy man, sure enough. God, it was horrible. But then we saw the plastic and the metal -- this was one of them early synths, you see -- and we realized it wasn't a man at all. It was then we all knew. The Institute wasn't just 'out there.' The Institute was everywhere now. Among us." It was never determined precisely why the synth known as Mr. Carter went on his killing spree. Some suggested he had somehow been remotely controlled by the Institute, who wanted to test his combat effectiveness. Still others felt he had simply malfunctioned (a hypothesis supported by the twitching cheek), and was never meant to kill anyone. But at that time, the "why" hardly seemed important. What mattered was that the humans of the Commonwealth had been truly infiltrated by an organization whose intentions and motives were, and still are, a complete mystery. Which brings us to noodles. Specifically, the noodles consumed by Mayor McDonough last Wednesday night, in the same spot that Mr. Carter the synth went haywire, and mercilessly killed several people -- after spending hours sharing an experience the people of Diamond City assumed was reserved for members of the human race. They were wrong. Are we?
334DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 2. It's easy for us to be cynical about the missing. We have spent so long knowing the Institute is out there, but knowing so little about them. They are not the only ones responsible for kidnappings, but the fact that they sometimes are, and the fact that we have been so powerless to stop them when they do, causes us to treat all victims of kidnappings as if they are a lost cause. But the people left behind, those loved ones, friends, and neighbors who may never see the faces of those taken from them again, they do not have the luxury of being able to just look away. They have to carry that lost with them, even if everyone else tells them to move on and forget. I asked to make a statement to Diamond City. To give us an outsider's perspective on what it means to lose a loved one, and how he feels. Maybe, in some way, it's how we all should feel. Maybe we've forgotten what the right, human response to these tragedies are. "Find who's responsible, and make them pay." said. "Simple as that." END
335DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 2. It's easy for us to be cynical about the missing. We have spent so long knowing the Institute is out there, but knowing so little about them. They are not the only ones responsible for kidnappings, but the fact that they sometimes are, and the fact that we have been so powerless to stop them when they do, causes us to treat all victims of kidnappings as if they are a lost cause. But the people left behind, those loved ones, friends, and neighbors who may never see the faces of those taken from them again, they do not have the luxury of being able to just look away. They have to carry that lost with them, even if everyone else tells them to move on and forget. I asked to make a statement to Diamond City. To give us an outsider's perspective on what it means to lose a loved one, and how he feels. Maybe, in some way, it's how we all should feel. Maybe we've forgotten what the right, human response to these tragedies are. "You can only take it one day at a time." said. "Just keep going. That's all anyone can do." END
336DmndPiperTerminalThere is no disputing it now. Former Mayor McDonough was a Synth; an agent in the pocket of the Institute, who used his power and influence to do untold damage to Diamond City and the lives within it. Abandoned by his masters, there's no telling how many more people he would have hurt or killed had he not been stopped. We have the truth, bitter as it is. We cannot predict how long it will take us to unravel all of McDonough's lies, to even begin to repair years of carefully orchestrated sabotage. Is the Wall truly secure? Will we ever know the fates of Diamond City's missing? Will the position of Mayor ever be entrusted to someone else? Everyone in Diamond City, whether they would acknowledge it or not, lived in fear of the Institute striking at them. Now they have. The city is still standing. Our daily routines keep grinding away. We still work, and eat, and sleep, and hope for a better tomorrow. Are you still afraid, Diamond City?
337DmndPiperTerminalWe've all succumbed to it, at one point or another. No matter how brave, or how strong we actually are, the people of the Commonwealth have known fear. Ever since the "Broken Mask" incident of 2229, right here in Diamond City, when the first human-looking synth infiltrated and attacked a group of innocent settlers, we have lain awake in bed at night, terrified of the Institute and everything it represents. Long have we dreaded the possibilities: Will someone I know be taken, snatched in the night for who knows what reason? Will one of my loved ones suddenly turn on me, because they are, in fact, a synth replacement? Or will the boogeyman finally step out of the closet and devour all who stand in its way? We, the people of the Commonwealth, remember the past. We live in terror in the present. But must we also fear the future? In an almost unthinkable series of recent events, the Institute has destroyed anyone in the Commonwealth who could conceivably stop them, including longterm player the Railroad, as well as the newly arrived Brotherhood of Steel. What's more, the shadowy, sinister organization has completed work on an advanced nuclear reactor that will provide them with nearly unlimited power for the foreseeable future. This surely means greater underground expansion, as well increased range of their teleporter technology (which, until recently, had been a closely-guarded Institute secret). So what exactly does this mean for the Commonwealth, going forward? "Nothing good" seems to be the consensus. In fact, most people assume the worst. But isn't it possible these fears are unfounded? The Railroad may have opposed the Institute, but they also defended all synths - even those who would potentially infiltrate human society. And the Brotherhood's mighty airship may now lie a smoldering wreck - but was the neo-knightly order really interested in the Commonwealth's best interests anyway? But perhaps the most compelling reason not to give up hope just yet is the fact that, if my sources are correct - and I know they are - the Institute is now under the direct influence of someone many of us have already met - the Wanderer. That lonely figure who came into our settlement searching for a missing child, and clearly found something else entirely. And maybe, just maybe, the Institute is all the better for it. So be wary as we go into a new tomorrow, my friends. But stay strong. And always, always remember that humanity lives and dies on the surface. Humanity IS the Commonwealth. And maybe, just maybe, the Institute can be a part of that now.
338DmndPiperTerminalWe've all succumbed to it, at one point or another. No matter how brave, or how strong we actually are, the people of the Commonwealth have known fear. Ever since the "Broken Mask" incident of 2229, right here in Diamond City, when the first human-looking synth infiltrated and attacked a group of innocent settlers, we have lain awake in bed at night, terrified of the Institute and everything it represents. Long have we dreaded the possibilities: Will someone I know be taken, snatched in the night for who knows what reason? Will one of my loved ones suddenly turn on me, because they are, in fact, a synth replacement? Or will the boogeyman finally step out of the closet and devour all who stand in its way? We, the people of the Commonwealth, remember the past. We lived in terror in the present. But with the catastrophic explosion at the C.I.T. ruins quite obviously signaling the destruction of the Institute (which this reporter learned was actually located deep underground), the question on everyone's minds now is: has the boogeyman really been banished? It would certainly seem that way. As long as there's been an Institute, there have been those opposed to the shadowy, sinister organization. While most ordinary folk wouldn't dream of defying their merciless masters, the Railroad has waged a secret war against them for over thirty years. And the Brotherhood of Steel's arrival in the Commonwealth signaled the most overt opposition the Institute has ever faced. All empires must eventually fall. That said, perhaps it was never a matter of "if" but rather "when." So what exactly does this mean for the Commonwealth, going forward? That, dear readers, is the question. For the boogeyman may indeed have been banished, but isn't it possible other monsters may step out of the closet to terrorize us in the night? There are other players in the Commonwealth. None had been as strong as the Institute - but that's sure to change. Will they work with the Commonwealth, or against it? Are they for the people, or against us? This reporter hold onto hope, for one very specific reason. If my sources are correct - and I know they are - the Institute's destruction was actually orchestrated by someone many of us have already met - the Wanderer. it would seem that lonely figure who came into our settlement searching for a missing child actually found the monster that had taken so many children. And killed it. So be wary as we go into a new tomorrow, my friends. But stay strong. And always, always remember that humanity lives and dies on the surface. Humanity IS the Commonwealth. And maybe, just maybe, with the Institute finally gone, we can have the future we all deserve.
339DmndPiperTerminalWhenever I take a walk through Diamond City, there are so many things people tell me to be grateful for. Purified water, working lights, electricity, security. True, what we have would have been unthinkable even a few decades ago. But it's easy to forget that, even after all the progress we have made, we are still living in the shadow of the world that was. A world before the threat of radiation. Before the Super Mutant and the Feral Ghoul and the Synth. So, as fortune often has it, I crossed paths with . Vault Dweller. A person who is experiencing the Commonwealth for the first time. What would fresh set of eyes say about how far we've come? Is Diamond City the "Great, Green Jewel" we have always claimed it to be? Before we begin to answer that question, we have to know who is. Where comes from. To my surprise, did not have much to say about life in the Vault at all. Because spent all that time staring at a piece of frozen glass. Every day. For over two centuries. That's right, isn't just a Vault Dweller, 's an original Vault Dweller. spent entire time on the inside cryogenically suspended. Continued in Part 2.
340DmndPiperTerminalWhenever I take a walk through Diamond City, there are so many things people tell me to be grateful for. Purified water, working lights, electricity, security. True, what we have would have been unthinkable even a few decades ago. But it's easy to forget that, even after all the progress we have made, we are still living in the shadow of the world that was. A world before the threat of radiation. Before the Super Mutant and the Feral Ghoul and the Synth. So, as fortune often has it, I crossed paths with . Vault Dweller. A person who is experiencing the Commonwealth for the first time. What would fresh set of eyes say about how far we've come? Is Diamond City the "Great, Green Jewel" we have always claimed it to be? Before we begin to answer that question, we have to know who is. Where comes from. In speaking to , stressed that time inside the Vault was normal. But what is normal for a Vault? This reporter knows that life behind the sealed gear doors of a Vault-Tec facility is supposed to be a bastion of the old world. A preservation of life before the bombs. Continued in Part 2.
341DmndPiperTerminalWhenever I take a walk through Diamond City, there are so many things people tell me to be grateful for. Purified water, working lights, electricity, security. True, what we have would have been unthinkable even a few decades ago. But it's easy to forget that, even after all the progress we have made, we are still living in the shadow of the world that was. A world before the threat of radiation. Before the Super Mutant and the Feral Ghoul and the Synth. So, as fortune often has it, I crossed paths with . Vault Dweller. A person who is experiencing the Commonwealth for the first time. What would fresh set of eyes say about how far we've come? Is Diamond City the "Great, Green Jewel" we have always claimed it to be? Before we begin to answer that question, we have to know who is. Where comes from. began our interview joking about time in the Vault. "It was just me and a thousand guinea pigs. They turned... carnivorous." Of course, this reporter knows that life behind the sealed gear doors of a Vault-Tec facility is actually supposed to be a bastion of the old world. A preservation of life before the bombs. Continued in Part 2.
342DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 1. So what does have to say about seeing Diamond City for the first time? "Honestly, seeing everyone surviving out here? Rebuilding the world? It gives me hope." Hope. When was the last time someone in our city talked about hope who wasn't some politician fishing for points in the next election, making empty promises at the Wall? But our outsider hasn't let the cynicism of our strange world get the better of . This is all the more remarkable because of the reason came to the Commonwealth. You see, has a son. Shaun. And even though they were in the relative safety of a Vault, someone broke in, and took Shaun from his parent, and that parent is now risking everything -- wandering through this strange and unfriendly world of ours -- in order to save Shaun from his kidnappers. We all know the rumors and whispers that surround every missing person in Diamond City. The guilty looks we pass to mourning family members as we "thank the Wall that, this time, it wasn't us." You can end up dead in the Commonwealth for a million reasons. Why spend our time worrying about kidnappings? Why, indeed. Continued in Part 3.
343DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 1. So what does have to say about seeing Diamond City for the first time? "You're all living in rusty shacks, killing each other, and my god, the smell..." Painful words. So much of civilization was lost when the bombs fell, and we have rebuilt without the comfort and security of the old Vaults. However arrogant and privileged 's statement seems, we have to remember where came from, and what we must look like to . Perhaps all this anger is really just to cover up what 's lost. You see, has a son. Shaun. And even though they were in the relative safety of a Vault, someone broke in, and took Shaun from his parent, and that parent is now risking everything -- wandering through this strange and unfriendly world of ours -- in order to save Shaun from his kidnappers. We all know the rumors and whispers that surround every missing person in Diamond City. The guilty looks we pass to mourning family members as we "thank the Wall that, this time, it wasn't us." You can end up dead in the Commonwealth for a million reasons. Why spend our time worrying about kidnappings? Why, indeed. Continued in Part 3.
344DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 1. So what does have to say about seeing Diamond City for the first time? "I've been having too much fun blowing things up to think about it." It's important to note that was not actually blowing things up at the time, and that perhaps was referencing the violence that is all too common when you're travelling outside the Wall to the more dangerous parts of the Commonwealth. How curious, though, that first reaction to the horrors and tragedies out there would be humor? You see, has a son. Shaun. And even though they were in the relative safety of a Vault, someone broke in, and took Shaun from his parent, and that parent is now risking everything -- wandering through this strange and unfriendly world of ours -- in order to save Shaun from his kidnappers. We all know the rumors and whispers that surround every missing person in Diamond City. The guilty looks we pass to mourning family members as we "thank the Wall that, this time, it wasn't us." You can end up dead in the Commonwealth for a million reasons. Why spend our time worrying about kidnappings? Why, indeed. Continued in Part 3.
345DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 1. So what does have to say about seeing Diamond City for the first time? "Can you even compare the two? The world out here? It's not even close to the one I left." While we like to think of our city as a shining jewel, it's worth remembering that not everyone comes here by choice. Sometimes people are forced from the comforts of their homes, and as the largest settlement in the Commonwealth, this is where they end up. Most are just looking for refuge, but sometimes they come here desperately looking for something. Or someone. You see, has a son. Shaun. And even though they were in the relative safety of a Vault, someone broke in, and took Shaun from his parent, and that parent is now risking everything -- wandering through this strange and unfriendly world of ours -- in order to save Shaun from his kidnappers. We all know the rumors and whispers that surround every missing person in Diamond City. The guilty looks we pass to mourning family members as we "thank the Wall that, this time, it wasn't us." You can end up dead in the Commonwealth for a million reasons. Why spend our time worrying about kidnappings? Why, indeed. Continued in Part 3.
346DmndPiperTerminalContinued from Part 2. It's easy for us to be cynical about the missing. We have spent so long knowing the Institute is out there, but knowing so little about them. They are not the only ones responsible for kidnappings, but the fact that they sometimes are, and the fact that we have been so powerless to stop them when they do, causes us to treat all victims of kidnappings as if they are a lost cause. But the people left behind, those loved ones, friends, and neighbors who may never see the faces of those taken from them again, they do not have the luxury of being able to just look away. They have to carry that lost with them, even if everyone else tells them to move on and forget. I asked to make a statement to Diamond City. To give us an outsider's perspective on what it means to lose a loved one, and how feels. Maybe, in some way, it's how we all should feel. Maybe we've forgotten what the right, human response to these tragedies are. "No matter how much you want to give up, don't." said. "You have to have hope. That you'll see them again. Or at least, that you'll know the truth." END
347DmndPollyTerminalI cry when they deliver the carcass. There was life there once. Proud and majestic. The Brahmin does not hate us. But we kill it. We eat it. We survive because it dies. So I cry. I cry when they deliver the carcass. Because someone has to say goodbye.
348DmndPollyTerminalThere is no sky. When I wake up. Rusted steel is what I see. The smell of blood. I know the day is starting. But I don't see the Sun.
349DmndPollyTerminalI dance in the dark. No one can see me. Not even myself. Just me and my body. Floating free in the air. Sometimes it's joyous. Sometimes... chair. Oh chair. I really sould have moved you. Over there.
350DN001_JailTerminalLAST UPDATED: 7/20/77 NAME: Luke Paul Jackson STATUS: Bail Posted HEIGHT: 5'10" WEIGHT: 159 HAIR COLOR: Blonde EYE COLOR: Blue DISTINGUISHING MARKS: None CHARGES: Possession of unlicensed laser PERSONAL EFFECTS: - 1 Leather Wallet - 1 Plastic Comb - 50 Dollars American
351DN001_JailTerminalLAST UPDATED: 9/23/77 NAME: Opie Hurst STATUS: Bail Posted HEIGHT: 6'4" WEIGHT: 235 HAIR COLOR: Brown EYE COLOR: Brown DISTINGUISHING MARKS: Beard, arms tattoos, back tattoo CHARGES: Possession of unlicensed laser PERSONAL EFFECTS: - 1 Leather Vest - 1 Wool Knit Cap - Motorcycle Keys
352DN001_JailTerminalLAST UPDATED: 10/01/77 NAME: Jake Redds STATUS: Currently Incarcerated HEIGHT: 5'8" WEIGHT: 215 HAIR COLOR: Black EYE COLOR: Blue DISTINGUISHING MARKS: None CHARGES: Evading arrest, Possession with intent to distribute PERSONAL EFFECTS: - 1 Watch (broken) - Boots (black) - 1 Black suit jacket - 1 hat (black) - 23 dollars, 7 cents change
353DN001_JailTerminalSubPrisonersI'm getting too old for this job. If I have to deal with one more loose cannon officer playing by his own rules, I'm gonna lose my god damned mind! If it's not Willison destroying private property again, it's that maniac Gibbs throwing his life on the line! I swear, this whole squad are the cause for my ulcer. If the heartburn doesn't get me, it's the constant trips to the bathroom. Like I said, getting old is a bum deal Thank god, only 3 more days until retirement. Then I can maybe take the RV out to the woods, rent a cabin, and finally finish my novel.
354DN001_SargeTerminalSubPersonalLogI'm getting too old for this job. If I have to deal with one more loose cannon officer playing by his own rules, I'm gonna lose my god damned mind! If it's not Willison destroying private property again, it's that maniac Gibbs putting his life on the line! I swear, this whole squad is the reason I've got this ulcer. If the heartburn doesn't get me, it's the constant trips to the bathroom. Getting old is a bum deal Thank god, only 3 more days until retirement. Then I can maybe take the RV out to the woods, rent a cabin, and finally finish my novel.
355DN005_BuyNowTerminalAmerica works hard and so do you. Why not bring the same comfort you enjoy at work to your own home? Look no further. This setpiece you're looking at now can be yours. Don't hesitate, buy now! Contact a sale associate now and bring this beautiful setpiece back home with you...today!
356DN005_BuyNowTerminalOf course not. But what if something happens to your office when you least expect it? Scary, we know, but it could happen. There is something you can do about it. You could purchase this setpiece and bring it home with you...today! That way, if you can't make it to work, then you can work from home, in comfort. Make the move. Get in touch with a sales associate now.
357DN005_BuyNowTerminalOf course he does, he's American. But, you know, he doesn't have to. If you purchase the setpiece you're looking at now he will never want to work at the office again. Treat your husband with this beautiful setpiece and you'll wonder why you didn't years ago. You'll notice him coming home from work earlier and earlier each day because he knows he can work successfully and comfortably at home. You love your husband. Now's the time to show him how much you love him. Get in touch with a sales associate immediately.
358DN006_BossTerminalCrew's getting restless. Still got plenty of beer but food's getting low. Sent Sparta and her crew out of BADTFL, see if they could find something, but folks are going to start deserting if we don't turn up something edible soon. Closest reserves are the Federal Stockpile but it seems Lily and Red Tourette's parents never taught those bitches to share. Gonna have to make a move if we don't hear from Sparta soon.
359DN006_BossTerminalWe tried to storm the stockpile but Lily, Red, and crew were dug in like ticks. Wiped out half our men before we could bolt. Dreg and Hook managed to grab a couple of hostages. Maybe we can trade them for a couple of snack cakes. Least now we got fewer mouths to feed.
360DN006_BossTerminalLily! It's fucking Lily! I'd recognize the bitch anywhere! Dreg brought the hostages from the raid up to my room and the second I saw her, I knew we were saved. Now Red'll have to deal with us... unless she prefers getting her sister back in pieces.
361DN006_BossTerminalNever seen so much food! When I told her we had her sister, Red though I was full of shit. But one letter from little sis cleared things up real quick. Now the crates are pouring in and so are the recruits. At this rate we'll be able to make a move on Corvega or DB Tech before the year's out.
362DN006_BossTerminalHow the fuck did she get loose?! I chained that bitch to the fucking floor! Was still half asleep when she came at me. I thought I was aiming at her leg... now there's blood fucking everywhere. Got to clean this up, do something with the body. This can't get out. Red's not gonna give us shit if she finds out her sister's dead.
363DN006_BossTerminalRumor of a fat caravan train drifted in today. Whole crew went to hit it, except it never showed. Cuz it didn't exist. While everyone was out, I stashed Lily's body in one of the vats. Think she even improved the flavor. That's one problem solved. But this gang's dead in the water unless the food keeps coming in. And that means Lily's letters have to keep going out. I'm gonna need to find some more pens...
364DN006_BossTerminalSomeone iced Red and her whole fucking crew! Gonna send out some scouts, make sure whoever cleared the place out ain't setting up shop. Then the stockpile's ours for the looting. Hope they didn't take too much.
365DN006_BossTerminalSeems somebody took down Jared. Much as I hated that chem-hungry bastard, he was no push-over. We're gonna need more guns.
366DN006_BossTerminalThank God. Someone put a bullet in Bosco over at DB Tech. Guy gave me the fucking creeps.
367DN006_EmployeeTermFull year capital spending is now estimated to increase over the previous year, thanks to budget tightening and a lowering of quality control in the product, including an increase in the water to wort ratio. Brand management has also announced a marketing push of Bunker Hill Brew to lower income markets, which we all know spend a larger percentage of disposable income on beer and malted beverages. Gross margins are speculated to increase well into 2078
368DN006_WelcomeCenterTermTours happen every half hour and can last anywhere from 5-6 minutes. Guests are treated to a bird's eye view of the brewery from our elevated walkway. The brewery is not liable for any patrons who fall from the walkway. Guardrails have been installed for their safety. Tours include a $5 discount from purchases made at the Gift Shop, and a complimentary tasting in the parking lot as guests leave. Temperature of complimentary tasting is not guaranteed Tour Price: $25 Complimentary Tasting: $5
369DN007_TerminalLoadingDockBedford Station Cargo Regulations Policy Rev. 4.3 - 5/21/77 - All Cargo Manifests are to be logged to this terminal. Logs will be maintained locally for six months before being archived to holotape. - Intake shipments occur between 08:00 and 08:30. Delivery to the quarry is expected no later than 12:00. No exceptions. - Output shipments occur between 15:00 and 17:00. - Cargo designated 0000/Miscellaneous should be forwarded to the quarry. Notify foreman Lanaham upon arrival for further instructions.
370DN007_TerminalLoadingDockManifests--08:12:00 - Invoice 2124 - Intake-- NHMUSA-5122 - BML Drill Parts - 4 Bulk Crates NHMUSA-5123 - Grade-IV Steel Rebar - 8 Pallets NHMUSA-5124 - Grade-IV Steel Wire - 2 Pallets NHMUSA-0000 - Miscellaneous - 1 Pallet --16:05:00 - Invoice 2125 - Output-- TKEUSA-0249 - Granite - 24 Tons
371DN007_TerminalLoadingDockManifests--08:26:00 - Invoice 2126 - Intake-- NHMUSA-5142 - Grade-IV Steel Rebar - 4 Pallets NHMUSA-5343 - Grade-IV Fastenings - 1 Bulk Crate NHMUSA-5344 - Electrical Wire - 24 Spools --00:00:00 - Invoice 2127 - Output-- Pending
372DN008HouseTerminalI've sealed up all the cracks I could find in the trailer, and made sure all the pipes are clamped tight. I still need to make sure ventilation is set up correctly, but I'll save that for next week. Shelly thinks we should start telling the kids about the shelter so they know where to go in case something happens. I'm not sure they need to know quite yet though.
373DN008HouseTerminalOk, the ventilation is set up, but I'm having issues with the generator. It keeps shutting off for no obvious reason. Whenever the generator shuts off the ventilations fans no longer work, which apparantly vacuum seals the trap door on the shelter shut. Let's hope that doesn't happen again...
374DN008HouseTerminalI think I figured out the generator/ventilation issues. All the supplies are stocked and ready. The only thing left to do is wait, and hope we don't need to use it. I was telling Shane and Kimmy about the shelter, but how do you explain a bomb shelter to a 5 and 7 year old? I just need them to know where it's at, so I tried to get them to repeat a rhyme hoping that would help it sink in, "In the tipped over train, behind dad's shop. Climb up above and drop in the top." They seemed to like the rhyme...
375DN009_LobbytTerminalObjective: Gather material and ready for transport to HQ. Status: Currently in the process of separating the last batch of material tossed down to the lobby. Remarks: Still plenty of material to gather. Should notify HQ regarding the quantity they're looking for so we don't overdue it.
376DN009_LobbytTerminalIn the short time we've occupied the building, we've managed to set up first tier defenses in the lobby and first floor of the courtyard. We've installed three turrets and hooked them up to the terminal. The men are in the process of setting up turrets to cover the courtyard sky bridges. They should ready for operation any day now.
377DN009_SynthTerminalEstablishing Connection... ...Connection Established Powering On... ...Elevator Operational
378DN009_SynthTerminalEstablishing Connection... ...Connection Established Powering Off... ...Elevator Shutdown Complete
379DN011CuratorTerminalIt's getting more and more difficult, but we were able to get a hold of a few more books today. While I was scanning them in I overheard Dalen telling Shelby that we should just compress the archives now and get out of here. I thought about smacking him up-side his fucking head, but...I don't blame him for wanting to cut and run. It's been tough, and we've lost so many. But, it's all worth it, right? I mean, if we don't protect the knowledge stored on these machines, who will?
380DN011CuratorTerminalI told them they could leave whenever they wanted to. I'm not going to force them to stay. If they don't believe in what we're doing here then it's better if they just get out of our way. If we don't collect everything then what's the point?
381DN011CuratorTerminalWe've lost a few more, including Shelby. She will be missed, but I know she wouldn't have had it any other way. What we're doing here is important. There are still a lot of books left. This knowledge will help all future generations. It's up to us to keep pressing on.
382DN011CuratorTerminalI can't keep the bots repaired anymore. The mutants are hitting us at least once a day. Unless we get help it's only a matter of time before they wipe us out completely. This may be the last log I write. If it is, all I ask is that the person reading this does the right thing. Help us protect the information stored on the computers in the data room. The key to the storage room is behind this terminal. There are some supplies you may find useful there. Please, only use them if you are going to further our cause.
383DN015_AdminSubTerminalDefenseStatus set to Security Breached. All Lockdown overrides cleared. Defense systems set to kill on sight.
384DN015_AdminSubTerminalIsotope------------ CAUTION ------------ BREACH DETECTED IN CONTAIMENT AREA Laboratory should be evactuated until repairs can be made. Protective gear should be used at all times.
385DN015_BergmanSubTerminalAdmin=================================================== Clean Room Subsystem = ================================================== ::::SYSTEM ERROR:::: Access locked by user
386DN015_BergmanSubTerminalMailSender: [E.ElwoodWoolum] >> Isotope Containment Wil, this is insane! Even if you manage to hack into the administrative controls, do you know what will happen if you trigger a security breach? Yes, the doors through the clean room will open, but the first thing through them will be a wave of robots to kill every living "Intruder" in the lab! Even if we manage to get past them, there are also the turrets. There's one right here in the lab, remember? If you do this you are more likely to get us all killed than set us free! -Ericka
387DN015_BergmanSubTerminalMailSender: [J.Elwood] >> Hacking Admin Wilfred, do you think I wouldn't catch on to what you're doing? I got a network alert the moment you took control of the Isotope Containment. You may have been the best hacker on campus back at CIT, but that was years ago and while you were busy up in Alaska, pretending to be a soldier, we had the best programmers working on our security system. I told you weeks ago that I'll let you all out of the lab once the research is completed. Locking Ericka and the rest of the team out of the Isotope Containment just to spite me doesn't accomplish anything. - Director Elwood
388DN015_BergmanSubTerminalMailSender:[J.Elwood] >> Mandatory Overtime Good morning everyone, I know you've all been here over night and everyone is tired but I need everyone to push through just a little longer. Dr. Elwood-Woolum has said that you are very close to cracking the problem with the Nucleostrictive lining project and I have a good feeling that today will be the day. Along with our normal snacks, I've sent a runner to Slocum's Joe for coffee and donuts. We'll be ordering Spuckies later this afternoon. I also just got off the phone with Col. Kemp and he said there may be some training exercises happening around town today, so if you hear what sound like tanks or gunfire, don't panic, it's just a drill.
389DN015_BergmanTerminal=================================================== Clean Room Subsystem = ================================================== ::::SYSTEM ERROR:::: Access locked by user
390DN015_BergmanTerminalFROM: W. Bergman TO: Dean Vernon I want it on record that I HIGHLY object to giving admin rights to anyone that isn't on our core team. Admin access isn't a bauble for Doctor Williams to lord over his colleagues. We have designed a nigh perfect system and idiotic moves like this risk EVERYTHING. I have been informed that legally I must comply with this request, no matter how moronic it is. username: TWilliams password: Vernon!Is!An!Idiot!
391DN015_BergmanTerminal===================== Change log for v1.10b ===================== * Fixed Darren's dirty, dirty hack. * Restricted students to having one account per student ID number. No exceptions. * Squashed a ton of bugs. * Major revisions to the main UI. Should be "pretty" for the dog and pony show. * Minor tweaks to the brute force counter-measures. Even Volkov couldn't find a hole.
392DN015_CleanRoomInternalTerminal!!! System Error !!! Function currently unavailable due to security lock down.
393DN015_CleanRoomInternalTerminal!!! System Error !!! Function currently unavailable due to security lock down.
394DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalAdmin=================================================== FACILITY DEFENSE SYSTEMS = = Current Status: Facility Secure = ================================================== ::::SYSTEM ERROR:::: Access locked by user
395DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalAdmin=================================================== Isotope Containment System = = Current Status: LOCKDOWN ENGAGED = ================================================== ::::SYSTEM ERROR:::: Access locked by user
396DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalLogsJust got a very strange call from Col. Kemp. He asked what the status on the project was and when I explained that we were still behind schedule he didn't seem angry like he normally would. All he said was that it was very important that I keep the team working in the lab today and that I contact him as soon as the project was complete. It almost feels like he was trying to tell me something but I can't imagine what.
397DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalLogsHe was trying to warn me. They hit us with a nuke. The lab was built to withstand nearly anything but a direct hit, but the EMP has blown out all external communications. I told the team that there are training maneuvers going on around town, but I don't know how long they are going to buy that. I need to find a way to get ahold of Col. Kemp to see if they can extract us to a safe location. Even if I can find a working phone somewhere, I'll never be able to get through. Maybe if I can get ahold of a ham radio I can try to reach them on an open channel.
398DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalLogsThere are looters everywhere and people fighting in the streets. I managed to find a radio and some supplies, but I caught a stray bullet in the shoulder on my way back. Between that and the radiation sickness the past 36 hours have been hell. I finally managed to find the right frequency and get through to a military liason, but he said that Kemp had left orders that they could only spare an extraction team for assets vital to war effort. If we try to have them get us out without the project completed, he'll have us executed for treason. I have to keep them in the lab, we have to finish the project.
399DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalLogsThere's been a problem with the reactor. The shockwave from the inital blast must have cracked the containment lining, because there is a growing leak showing up on the detectors in the lab. To make matters worse, Wil has been trying to hack into the administrative controls. I've been working to keep him out, but I think the wound in my shoulder may be going septic, and I don't know how much longer I can hold out.
400DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalLogsEricka, I'm sorry. I know I haven't been the best husband, but I've done everything I can to try to protect you since the attack. If you are reading this, I hope it is because you finished the project and can use the radio to signal for extraction. I can't hold out any longer.
401DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalMailSender:[E.ElwoodWoolum] >> Are you there? Jon, are you there? I can't see you moving in your office and we can't wait any longer. He's going to trigger the automated defenses if we don't do something. We've mangaged to get into the crawl space and are going to try to take him by surprise. Despite everything that's happened, I want you to know that I still love you. - Ericka
402DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalMailSender:[W.Bergman] >> I'm getting us out I'm getting us out of here, you son of a bitch. Do you hear me Jon? You may have had the connections to get this company started, but I was always the better hacker. If you don't release us, you'll leave me with no choice but to trigger the automated defenses. We'll have to fight our way out and Ericka may be hurt in the process, is that what you want?
403DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalMailSender:[E.ElwoodWoolum] >> He's locked us out I've got the thermal problem solved, but we need the samples to produce a prototype. Wil's barricaded himself in a lab and has locked us out of the isotope containment. I've told the others what is going on, and they hate us for it, but they see this is the only way out right now. We need you to get back control so we can finish the project and get out of here. - Ericka
404DN015_DirectorsSubTerminalMailSender:[E.ElwoodWoolum] >> RE: Confidential Jon, I don't know if we can do it. We've been working on the problem for weeks and not been able to find a way to prevent the nanoweave from falling apart under the strain of use. Even if we find a solution, it may take us days to program the new dosing pattern, and I don't know if I can cover this up that long. Even if I can, I don't know if it's is right for us to make that decision. Some of them have families out there, and shouldn't they have the choice to try to protect them? - Ericka
405DN015_ErickaSubTerminalMail2078.1.16.04:17 Sender:[W.Bergman] >> I'm getting us out I'm not letting Jon play tyrant any longer. The isotope containment is leaking and he still won't let us out. I've gotten through his updated security subroutines and it's only a matter of time till I get control of the Facility Defenses. He's so busy trying to keep me out of the Clean Room Controls, he probably hasn't realized that by triggering a Facility Breached sweep, all the doors will open to allow the robots access. We're fighting our way out and then I'll deal with your husband. - Wil
406DN015_ErickaSubTerminalMailSender:[J.Elwood] >> Confidential Ericka, I've sent an explanation to the team, but I need you to know what is actually going on. Please do not share this with anyone else, it may start a panic. This morning I got a call from Col. Kemp and he told me to keep our team in the lab, but before I could ask he hung up. The sound you heard outside was an atomic bomb going off. It seems to have hit south west of the city. The phone lines have been jammed, but I found a way to reach Kemp's liason and he informed me that they could only afford a detail to escort us to safety if we have vital military assets or intelligence. That is why we need to get the project finished. I love you and I know you can do this. -Jon
407DN015_ErickaSubTerminalMailSender:[J.Elwood] >> Mandatory Overtime Good morning everyone, I know you've all been here over night and everyone is tired but I need everyone to push through just a little longer. Dr. Elwood-Woolum has said that you are very close to cracking the problem with the Nucleostrictive lining project and I have a good feeling that today will be the day. Along with our normal snacks, I've sent a runner to Slocum's Joe for coffee and donuts. We'll be ordering Spuckies later this afternoon. I also just got off the phone with Col. Kemp and he said there may be some training exercises happening around town today, so if you hear what sounds like tanks or gunfire, don't panic, it's just a drill.
408DN015_ErickaSubTerminalProjectInitial studies have lead us to hypothosize that by taking a known piezoelectric material, Lead Zirconium Titanite (PZT), and properly applying a polymer of Gold and Lithium Hydride that a localized conversion of ionizing radiation to electrical energy might be achieved. This method of compact energy harvest may prove suitable for application to preexisting Power Armor currently in use by US armed forces. -Dr. Ericka Elwood-Woolum D.Eng
409DN015_ErickaSubTerminalProjectInitial tests have proved that the methodology is sound. Radioactive energy harvest is 15x higher than current automotive fusion engines. Unfortunately, there are still problems that we need to overcome. The ionic excitation in the gold that produces the harvestable electrons also create a build up of thermal waste. The heat is not substantial, from a macro perspective, but due to the low shear modulus, the gold suspension in the nano weave starts to break down quickly under extended use. We are going to attempt to change the dosing pattern on the gold to produce thinner strands through the material. The increased surface area should help dissipate the thermal energy, much like a heat sink.
410DN015_ErickaSubTerminalProjectThe newer dosing patterns have been successful at dissipating the heat generated by the reaction. We've taken a slight hit to the harvest efficiency, but extended the static material lifetime from a matter of days to a several years. While this is, from our perspective, already a successful experiment, the project parameters require a flexible lining that can be applied to power armor. It seems we understimated the tensile strain the armor produces and the thinner gold weave in the material ends up shredding, so to speak, under the heavy use. Col. Kemp was less than pleased, and threatened to pull the funding if we can't produce the promised results. So we need to go back to the thicker weave and find a different way to solve the thermal dissipation issue.
411DN015_ErickaSubTerminalProjectWe've been trapped in the lab for days now and tensions are running high. The team is fractured and falling apart. They don't know what is going on outside and have started making attempts to escape the lab. While I was sleeping they managed to cut a hole through the thinner interior wall of the clean room, but have been unable to break through the hardened outer wall. Wil started talking with some of the others about going at the problem from "a more oblique angle", which got me to thinking about the thermal dissipation problem when it dawned on me. If we change dosing pattern so it isn't producing nanoholes perpendicular to the surface but instead at an angle, we might be able to reflect the most direct radioactive particles and trapping only those coming in at an oblique angle to the material. We would achieve a lower energy harvest, but the heat dissipation issues might be solved. Tom, Mary, and I are going to gather the samples needed to try it.
412DN015_ErickaSubTerminalProjectWe've been unable to gather the samples needed to try the new dosing pattern. Wil has locked himself in one of the labs, and has been attempting to hack into the administrative systems. When we tried to get the U-238 we need from the isotope containment, he locked it down leaving Mary stranded inside. He said he is going to set the facility defense systems so that it looks like the lab has been breached. This will unlock the clean room, but will also activate the automated defenses which will see us as attackers. He means to fight his way out, but that's suicide. He's the only one in the lab with military training, and we don't even have real weapons. I've tried to tell him that we can complete the project, that we have the answer now, but he refuses to see reason and doesn't believe Jon will actually let us out. We've managed to pull down part of the ceiling in C1, which will get us into the utility crawl space. It can't get us out, but it should be able to get us above the lab Wil has barricaded himself in. I don't like it, but we have to get the drop on him.
413DN015_OtherSubTerminalMailSender:[JElwood] >> Lockdown status Everyone needs to just calm down. Yes as you've heard by now, I have locked you out of the clean room. As my previous email stated, this push to finish the project IS mandatory. As soon as I have the data for a successful prototype I will unlock the doors and everyone will be free to go home. To address concerns about the noise outside, those are the military exercises I mentioned. I'm aware they're very loud and that some of you have been disturbed by it. I assure you everything is fine. Though we are not openly at war with China, things are still tense, and the military feels that ground defense exercises are necessary to our safety. Finishing our project here isn't just vital to the company, but also to helping protect our country. -Director Elwood
414DN015_OtherSubTerminalMailSender:[J.Elwood] >> Mandatory Overtime Good morning everyone, I know you've all been here over night and everyone is tired but I need everyone to push through just a little longer. Dr. Elwood-Woolum has said that you are very close to cracking the problem with the Nucleostrictive lining project and I have a good feeling that today will be the day. Along with our normal snacks, I've sent a runner to Slocum's Joe for coffee and donuts. We'll be ordering Spuckies later this afternoon. I also just got off the phone with Col. Kemp and he said there may be some training exercises happening around town today, so if you hear what sounds like tanks or gunfire, don't panic, it's just a drill.
415DN015_PuzzleTerminal................................................................................................................................. Reagent Scan Complete. :::Currently loaded reagents::: Left Reagent Input: Right Reagent Input:
416DN015_PuzzleTerminalNucleostrictive Lining Project v0.9.4 Author: BEGIN:: Nanoweave mesh extrusion pattern 1142 Input Reagent 1: Lithium Hydride Input Reagent 2: Gold Apply OUTPUT to metal hardform #219745 Begin Radiation Dosing pattern #71762 Isotope U-238 Hole size: 14 nm Dispense END::
417DN015_PuzzleTerminal........................................................................................... Fabrication Complete. > Output will be dispensed at wall panel
418DN015_PuzzleTerminal........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ > Operation Subroutine loaded > Running Fabrication > Please Observe at viewing window > Output will be dispensed at wall panel
419DN015_PuzzleTerminal........................................................................................... :::::::::System Error::::::::: Current fabrication parameters not met. Current input reagent: Current input reagent: Current Radioactive Isotope: Please check fabrication parameters.
420DN020_PrincipalSubTerminalThe superintendent is breathing down my neck about test scores. It looks like I may be about to lose this job I hate so much. Jesus, first the Vault-Tec sales job, now this. There's got to be some way to get these little shits to study harder. I thought about allowing corporal punishment, but some parent will write a letter. God, they don't pay me enough for this...
421DN020_PrincipalSubTerminal1) Paul Piccard 2) Jason Aikman 3) Shelley Deans 4) Rusty Burton 5) Luke Anderson
422DN020_PrincipalSubTerminalOk, the plan is all set up. I've targeted a small group of "detention regulars," students who know how to get things done under the radar and how to keep their mouths shut. I've set them up with a steady supply of Mentats, which they'll distribute throughout the student body. I offer them longer lunch periods and I get better test scores out of the whole thing! Now I just sit back and wait for the federal funding to come rolling in.
423DN020_PrincipalSubTerminalAnd with that, we are done with the Spring semesters and it is time for Summer. I'll have plenty of fun at the new beach house while the wife is visiting her mother. Only a few things left to tie up, including meeting with that brat Burton, and I'll be off. Just a few more years of this and I'll be ready to retire!
424DN020_PrincipalTerminalFROM THE DESK OF SUPERINTENDENT MARCELLO Ronald, Excellent work on your numbers! Standardized test scores have skyrocketed since our talk last year. Bravo, indeed! As per our discussion, the board and I have decided to grant you a substantial budget increase for the coming school year. A sizeable portion should definitely cover raises for the staff and administration. They've certainly earned it! And they're not alone, as you'll see on your next paycheck. Keep up the good work!
425DN020_StaffMemosSubTerminalFROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL RONALD TANNER MEMO TO FACULTY AND STAFF Hello. As you all probably know, our school has seen quite the jump in average standardized test scores as of late, and congratulations are obviously in order. Since leadership starts at the top, and I will be accepting Administrative Officer of the Year award at next month's School District Meeting. They have asked I keep my speech short, so I have obviously kept my thanks to those closest to the project in order to focus more time on my thoughts and plans for the comming years. Know that each of you has done your part, and I thank you for even the smallest contribution. Because of these events, you may hear rumors of budget increases to our school. While some of these rumors may be true, the increase will probably be minimal and will be allocated to equipment and faciility upgrades. However, I have earmarked a portion of the budget for a faculty/staff mixer this next weekend, from the hours of 6:00 to 6:45, as a token of my appreciation. Good work, and Go Cougars! Principal Tanner
426DN020_StaffMemosSubTerminalFROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL RONALD TANNER MEMO TO FACULTY AND STAFF Hello. Many of you have expressed concern over the delay in equipment upgrades promised recently. Let me assure all of you that I have called the district office, and top men are looking into the shipping error. Until then, please continue work as normal with the equipment we have available. The same equipment, I'll remind some of you, that has helped to increase our test scores in order to recieve the budget increase. "If it's not broke, don't fix it," as I always say. Go Cougars! Principal Tanner
427DN020_StaffMemosSubTerminalFROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL RONALD TANNER MEMO TO FACULTY AND STAFF Hello. All teachers and staff are hereby given the rest of the week off, and should let their students go, as well. When you recieve this, please cancel all your plans, excuse your class, and leave in a quiet, orderly manner. I will be very busy in my office, adjusting my hair piece, so under no circumstances am I to be notified or bothered. In addition, all students in Mr. Wellborn's History class will be graded on a scale of A to A- instead of the usual A to F. This change is in accordance to recent studies from the district office. And you all know how much I loooooove the district office. I'm an idiot, Principal Butt-toots P.S. Rusty Burton for Homecoming King
428DN020_StaffMemosSubTerminalFROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL RONALD TANNER MEMO TO FACULTY AND STAFF Hello. It goes without saying that I am extremely disappointed in the gullability of the faculty during last weeks events. I find it hard to believe that almost all of you did not realize that the memo was an obvious forgery. Those of you off for most of last week will unfortunately be docked pay for the days you missed. Perhaps this will remind you to be available by phone in off hours. Also, please take a moment to change your password on your terminals, as I have been told that the default one has made the rounds amongst the students. In addition, locks are being added to most doors to increase safety measure. Finally, Mr. Wellborn, Rusty Burton will be absent from your class for the next few weeks. Please have his homework available for him to pick up at the end of each day. Principal Tanner
429DN020_StudentTerminalRustySubThis terminal is mine! Can't belive that nerd Clayton fixd up this computer so it don't erase everything after class. Little geek done good, but Im still takin his lunch money today. Maybe I wont pound him so hard, but I gotta eat something. Anyway, this class is boring, but Mr Ramirez flips out if it don't look like I'm typin. That therapiss my mom makes me go to says I should right out my feelins more anyway, so what the hell? Well see if this works. Rusty Rulez!
430DN020_StudentTerminalRustySubPrinsapul Tanner pulled me outta class today and I was pissed cuz like I didnt even do anything! Turns out, he wants me to do some work for him. Told me to start selling Mentats around school. I said Whats in it for me, Tanner? Longer lunch time and some stuff taken off my permanent record. How's that for a deal huh? And I mean I sell stuff already so no sweat. I just hand out these Mentats instead and its free ride the rest of the year! Even tried a few of them. Man they make my head feel funny, but it feels like everything Mr. Ramirez is saying makes sens now, right? Weird
431DN020_StudentTerminalRustySubTanner has kept up his part of our agreement, keeping my lunch hours long as long as I distribute Mentats amongst the other students. Funny, he doesn't seem to notice that I've also been taking them. My parents have. I came home with a B+ test grade, and one that I'd earned myself! I didn't even have to copy off of Clayton. Tanner seems pleased, though. I haven't quite put together why he would throw his hat in with me and other school miscreants for this goal, but I feel like I'm getting closer to figuring it out every day. Rusty Burton, signing off
432DN020_StudentTerminalRustySubI think I've deduced Pricipal Tanner's plot. After announcing a rise in test scores, it all became clear to me. Tanner hopes to earn himself accomedations from Superintendent Marcello and the school board by raising standardized test scores. An ingenious plan, one the "old Rusty" wouldn't have pieced together. But how to turn this to my advantage, hmmm...
433DN020_StudentTerminalRustySubAs I predicted, Tanner leaves his office door unlocked when using the restroom. I was able to sneak in and make a pressing of the key in clay I requisitioned from the art department. Yesterday, using my new key, I entered his office, used his terminal, and found his stash of Mentats. I also read his logs and verified my theory; he is using raised test scores to increase school funds, and pocketing most of it. Now I have what I need! I have arranged a meeting in the Library study room with Tanner. I'm doing most of the hard work, why shouldn't I benefit from the cash flow increase? Finally, I'll be able to buy that telescope I've been wanting!
434DN021_EdwinsTerminal_Journal9/7/2287 Bess and I got in just before sundown. Old place is still in one piece, though the north side's sunk a little more. Need to shore it up the next time I'm out this way. Spring? Whole place has been trashed, though. Damn raiders. Take me a week or two to get it cleaned out again.
435DN021_EdwinsTerminal_Journal9/12/2287 Forgot how nice it was to get off the road. Bess seems to be settling in well, too. Hard to believe it's been ten years. I still remember Annika leveling that shotgun at me. What an introduction. Think we were both glad she never pulled the trigger.
436DN021_EdwinsTerminal_Journal9/14/2287 Couple of Bloatflies bothering Bess this morning. Chased them off. Nasty things. Spent the afternoon rigging up a zapper with parts from the old generator. Seems to work well enough. One jolt of that oughta keep them away for good.
437DN021_EdwinsTerminal_Journal9/15/2287 Shooting stars tonight. Sat on the deck and watched them, just like we used to. She's been gone three winters now. All I've got left is her locket, and this old place. She deserved better.
438DN021_EdwinsTerminal_Journal9/17/2287 Out fishing when the bugs came back. Bloatflies and worse. Hell of a swarm. I got a couple of good shots off, but upset the boat. Had to swim back. I think I drove them off, at least for now. Bess' spooked, but she'll be all right. If this keeps up, we'll leave first thing in the morning.
439DN021_EdwinsTerminal_Journal9/17/2287 I can't find the locket. It must have slipped out of my pocket when the boat flipped over. I have to go back. It's all I got to remember her by. I can't lose it, too.
440DN024_BossTerminal01Gunfire's finally quieted down. Suppose that means either Lonnie and Gristle wiped up the last of the ghouls or they're currently serving as someone's meal. But now Lexington is secure, I can finally get to work.
441DN024_BossTerminal01Nothing is working. The old woman, she used to just huff some Jet, pop some pills, then she'd start babbling, spouting vision after vision. And they all turned out true. The Raiders burning the town, killing the parents, stealing the kids. Stealing me. I remember the look in her eyes when she saw my fate. "Kid, you're gonna be a monster." All true. If I could get that sort of power, that sight, the Commonwealth, the other gangs. No one would have a prayer. But nothing's working. Maybe I need to try upping the dosages. I'm gonna need another bucket.
442DN024_BossTerminal01It's not the chems. They're just a trigger for the sight. It's me. I'm the problem. Wish I'd realized it before my arms looked like pin-cushions, but at least it's a new lead. I need subjects.
443DN024_BossTerminal01Still no successes but the rumor of free chems has brought plenty of new recruits. Ranks are nearly back up to where they were before we cleaned out Lexington. Lonnie thinks it's a waste of time, says we need to spend our time building up our defenses. But Lonnie doesn't make the decisions. I do. She does seem to be enjoying her new position, though. Maybe another dose of Psycho will get her visions firing.
444DN024_BossTerminal01Gristle says there's a caravan headed this way. Some joker in a cowboy hat with a laser musket, three civilians and one frail old woman dressed like a fortune teller. It's her. I know it's her. I sent Gristle to collect her. I wonder if she'll recognize me? Of course she will. She saw this coming, after all.
445DN024_BossTerminal01Someone snubbed out Slag and the Forged. Word's hazy on who did the deed, but it sounds like an outside party, not a rival gang. There a new player in the Commonwealth?
446DN024_BossTerminal01Seems someone waltzed into Beantown Brewery and put Tom and his entire gang in the dirt. Was about time we posted some extra guards anyway.
447DN024_BossTerminal01Bosco's dead. Welcome as that news is, if someone can put down that lunatic, none of us are safe. I'm sending out some scouts, see if I can't find out where Bosco's butcher might be heading next.
448DN024_GristleTerminal01Took down another caravan today. Hell yeah, that makes three in one month. To top it off, Freddie came by with the good news that another caravan is headed our way. Says he spotted some guards, but it's mostly civilians. They even got an old broad dressed like a fortune teller and some joker in a cowboy hat. Gonna ask Jared for more men to take this caravan down. That fucking hat is mine!
449DN024_LonnieTerminal01Lexington is ours. Fuck yeah! Wiped out the ghoul swarm without losing anybody. Jared is setting us up in the big car factory for now.
450DN024_LonnieTerminal01Swept through town again today. Gristle and I each took teams and flushed some of the ghoul stragglers out of a block of apartments. Already got my eye on a nice one at the top of the building. Been wanting a place with a view for a while now.
451DN024_LonnieTerminal01I've asked Jared for another turret down here. He says he's working on it, but ain't convinced he ain't just blowing me off so he can get back to playing with his chems. We need another turret. This pipe access into Lexington has been great for us so far, but if we don't defend it properly, it might as well be an open invitation for anyone looking to get in.
452DN024_LonnieTerminal01Gristle and the boys almost got us killed the other day drinking down here, making all sorts of noises. A bunch of ghouls didn't want to miss the party and stumbled in through the pipe. Luckily the boys can hold their liquor and were able to still shoot straight.
453DN024_LonnieTerminal01Still haven't gotten our other turret down here. Jared needs to get his head out of his ass. He's been pouring way too much time and caps into trying to figure out this "sight" thing, when what we need to be doing is securing this place. I'm going to go talk to him. Gristle says I'm just going to make him mad, but someone has to make him see reason.
454DN026_CraterHouseSubTerminalDivide1. In the beginning Atom created the first division of light from darkness, and the name of the first is Fission 2. It is that which compassath the whole kingdom of Atom, wherein there is the glow 3. And the stars cast His glow upon the firmament, and through it creatures were divided from the earth and made with eyes to perceive His glory 4. And for a time the great division continued and created all manner of creature which tested themselves to be worthy of Atom
455DN026_CraterHouseSubTerminalDivide5. Thus came forth man, who had the potential to understand the true form of Atom 6. But man was weak and, swayed by false gods, sought to enslave Atom wrapping his mortal gifts in the coils of a great copper wyrm 7. But His prophets were not swayed, and through them Atom's bonds were broken and His trumpets soundeth as the breaking of the world 8. And where His shackles were loosed a tree of light grew upon the earth and in its blooming, cast forth a cleansing fire
456DN026_CraterHouseSubTerminalDivide9. The faithful knew that they still had His love; for where the tree bloomed His seal was placed upon the earth wherein they might drink the waters of the glow 10. Still the wicked did not believe and so stars of heaven fell upon the earth carried by winged chariots and his trumpets sounded for 40 days 11. Thus the land was cleansed and a second great division began
457DN026_CraterHouseSubTerminalDivide12. But as with the wyrm, the unbelievers hid below the earth from the Eye of Atom, trapped in their ignorance 13. To they He has delivered new prophets and said unto them 14. I have sent forth thy prisoners out of the pit wherein is no water of the glow 15. And you shall weild the arrow of my judgement upon them
458DN026_CraterHouseSubTerminalDivide16. Pity not the wailing of heretics, for their tears shall be dried in the flames 17. And their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet in the division 18. And their eyes shall consume away in their holes to behold the glory of Atom 19. And their tongue shall consume away in their mouth to better speak His name 20. And so shall you do my works upon the earth
459DN026_CraterHouseTerminalWe have sent our faithful to the tower on the cliff. They will create a beacon to call forth Atoms children to rejoin us in the glow. Even the heretics shall be made to participate in the Great Division. Let us bask in the divine glow of Atom!
460DN027_TerminalWhen my father said that nothing could change the "Croup Family Dynasty," not even the crippling debt from a bad stock market trade, he apparently didn't think about a world flooded with radiation poisoning... Let me back up. When I watched the mushroom clouds rising, I thought that it was someone's sick joke. I'd prayed for something to wipe away the debt, but this was not what I had in mind. But I'd take a blue collar lifestyle over having the majority of my facial features slide off in my sleep...
461DN027_TerminalWell, could be worse. I locked the rest of the family in the basement and hid the key. Couldn't bring myself to kill them. They may be disgusting monsters, but that's still my Aunt Belinda in there. I've started to find that there are other survivors out here. Some of them look like roadkill, too. They all killed the ones that turned into monsters and started trying to kill us normal ones. Weird thing I noticed, none of the ferals seemed interested in attacking those of us falling apart.
462DN027_TerminalOk, it worked! I went into the basement and the rest of the family didn't try and kill me! Actually, they kind of ignored me, but that's not the point. The point is, the old world is dead, everyone is back to square one. Our debt is gone and we can start over! Look, if I can still talk and function and act like a normal human being, then so can they. They just need a little nudge. The Croup Family will be back on top in no time!
463DN027_TerminalHundreds of years... HUNDREDS! I can't fucking die. None of us can! I've spent hundreds of years trying to teach these creatures how to act human! I've got nothing to show for it, except maybe my cousin James can spot the difference between a salad fork and a regular fork. I can't be sure he's not lucky. How the hell are we supposed to be the affluent socialite Croup family again if we're all monsters?? This is pointless. I swear to God I'm going to bust in Aunt Belinda's head if she doesn't listen to me. You just watch!
464DN028_BossTerminalWe hit Shamrock Taphouse before dawn. Cleaver snuck in and jammed the locks on all the exits. Then Torque let his dogs loose and the mutts took care of the rest. Once the screaming stopped, we offered a deal. They took it. Now all that's left is Back Street Apparel. Then downtown is ours.
465DN028_BossTerminalTorque's god-damned mutt nearly took my arm off. We were cleaning up in Back Street Apparel and the mongrel clamped onto my hand. Had to put a bullet in it just to get it to release. Can't have that kind of shit. Makes me look like I'm not in control. Torque ain't getting off as easy as his dog did.
466DN028_BossTerminalTorque's mutt. I think it was sick. Since the bite, I've been blacking out, can't keep my temprr tem[rr TEMPER IN CHECK FUCK THLS KEYBOAED Having some trouble keeping my temper in check. No one in the crew seems to suspect anything, but if this keeps getting worse, someone's gonna think they can do this job better. Time I made a statement.
467DN028_BossTerminalThey're trying to poison me. It's the water. It's all poison. Put down three more today. The assassins. They said I needed a break. That they're afraid I might be losing it. MIGHT BE? They want me dead. Think I'm weak. They're wrong. Torque's mutt. I can feel it, crawling under my skin. Tightening muscles. Sharpening resolve. Now I'm not going anywhere But I'm so thirsty. Need water. Safe water. The basement. Full of water. No one can reach it. No poison. But the rules need to be clear. Everyone has to know. I'm still in control.
468DN028_BossTerminalThere's something else down here. A beast. Other gangs must've sent it. I see it, hiding in the dark. Catch its one cold eye, watching. It just stares, lying. Waiting. It's been killing my men while I sleep. Leaving me its trophies. Wake up to find myself covered in blood. I sent guards to capture it, but they failed, claim there is no monster, even while they hang from their chains. But it's down here. And I will kill every last one of them until they bring it to me.
469DN028_BossTerminalGood boys. They caught the beast. Brought me its head. But now the other gangs need to know who the real monsters are. Time for us to make a statement.
470DN028_BossTerminalCouldn't touch Libertalia. Too much water. But not a problem anymore.
471DN028_BossTerminalTower Tom's pushing up daisies. Good news. Better than he deserves.
472DN028_BossTerminalHyde Park's cleared out. Mirelurks feast on Scutter's eyes. Lucky devils.
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474DN028_UpstairsTerminalSomething's up with the boss. Since we took Back Street Apparel, he keeps muttering to himself and now he's moved into the basement. I think he's drinking the pool water.
475DN028_UpstairsTerminalBoss says there's some kinda monster loose in the basement and he wants it caught. Must've come in through the tunnel. No one's managed to find it yet, but we keep finding bodies... what's left of them at least. Whatever the hell is down there, it's mean.
476DN028_UpstairsTerminalThree more bodies. That's eight now. Whatever this thing is, it's nasty. Most of us refuse to go down there anymore. Everyone the boss sends after the thing, they never come back. All you hear is screams. It ain't safe here. Gotta see if I can make it to the tunnel.
477DN033_BossTerminalBunch of god damned cowards. Saugus can't run without its iron, so Slag sent me to figure out why the scum in this place can't turn out a shipment of scrap to save their lives. And what do I find? These yellow bastards eating food they haven't earned, whispering to themselves about the things down in the mine. Well I'm here now. These maggots have bigger things to fear than a couple of ferals.
478DN033_BossTerminalLast two shipments made it out on time, but the crew we sent to clear out the Ghouls down below haven't come back. We're running out of scrap up here. We need to get deeper into the mine. Guess I have to do everything around here.
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480DN033_SubTerminalCommunications1Message From "Management" Message To "Bob Stanson, Station 1" - Received -- Bob, You're needed immediately down at Station 4. Will explain when you get here. Management
481DN033_SubTerminalCommunications1Message From "Bob Stanson, Station 1" Message To "Management" - Received -- * Request for new support beams repeatedly denied. * Thank you for extra padding at Station 1 Terminal. * Station 1 output highest it's been all year. * You're doing great work everyone. Bob Stanson Project Manager, Station 1
482DN033_SubTerminalCommunications1Message From "Bob Stanson, Station 1" Message To "Management" - Received -- * We continue to produce good cuts from this section. * Ventilation excellent. * Morale good. * Incident free for 93 days. Bob Stanson Project Manager, Station 1
483DN033_SubTerminalCommunications2Message From "Management" Message To "John Hatfield, Station 2" - Received -- John, You're needed immediately down at Station 4. Will explain when you get here. Management
484DN033_SubTerminalCommunications2Message From "John Hatfield, Station 2" Message To "Management" - Received -- Thank you for the upgrade to our new boring machine for Station 2. Output increased 5% in the past week. John Station 2 Project Manager
485DN033_SubTerminalCommunications2Message From "John Hatfield, Station 2" Message To "Management" - Received -- Steady, good quality cuts over the past couple of months. Traffic from Station 3 continues to slow down our output. I suspect traffic will cease to be a problem once Station 3 and Station 4 receive their materials. John Station 2 Project Manager
486DN033_SubTerminalCommunications3Message From "Management" Message To "Bradley Ramone, Station 3" - Received -- Brad, You're needed immediately down at Station 4. Will explain when you get here. Management
487DN033_SubTerminalCommunications3Message From "Bradley Ramone, Station 3" Message To "Management" - Received -- Hey guys, wanted to check in about those new railings I requested a while back. We almost had another guy fall the other day. Thanks guys, Brad, Station 3 PM
488DN033_SubTerminalCommunications3Message From "Bradley Ramone, Station 3" Message To "Management" - Received -- John at Station 2 continues to complain to our crew for slowing down their production. No matter what I say, he tells me to bring it up with you guys. Can you please talk some sense into him? He knows we need the equipment. Thanks guys, Brad, Station 3 PM
489DN033_SubTerminalEventsMessage From "Management" Message To "_ProjectManagersAll" - Received -- It's that time again. Please join us at "The Pit" (Station 3) for another Happy Hour. Drinks will be provided and, as always, the bill will be split for all and taken out of next week's paycheck. So no need to bring cash. Please drink responsibly. We don't want a repeat of last Happy Hour's incident involving Jerry falling to his death. Management
490DN033_SubTerminalEventsMessage From "Management" Message To "_ProjectManagersAll" - Received -- Annual Picnic this year will be held near the entrance to the quarry, rain or shine. Feel free to bring a dish of any kind. Nuka-Cola will be provided. If you're bringing children, please keep an eye on them, epecially if they are playing near the quarry ledge. To prevent a repeat of last year's incident, we are excited to announce that we've struck a deal with Robco and they will be providing an extra Sentry Bot to keep everyone in order. Management
491DN033_SubTerminalSafetyMessage From "Management" Message To "_ProjectManagersAll" - Received -- Please remind everyone to wear eye protection. We recorded our fourth incident of the month where someone lost an eye due to flying rock from machinery. It's simple - wear eye protection. If we need to bring in the last eyeball we recovered as an example, we'll do it. Management
492DN033_SubTerminalSafetyMessage From "Management" Message To "_ProjectManagersAll" - Received -- Remember that we are working in a quarry and that conditions can be dangerous. We've set up beams where we think provide the best support with the least amount of material. It's a cost-cutting solution that has saved us a lot of money over the years. That being said, if you or anyone you know reports rumblings or sees something that looks unstable, give it some time and see if it passes. If not, contact your administrator and we'll set up a time to get the situation looked at. Management
493DN033_SubTerminalSafetyMessage From "Management" Message To "_ProjectManagersAll" - Received -- Much like our support beams, railings cost money. We've placed them where we deemed appropriate. However, we've had several incidents involving workers falling to their deaths, especially near Station 2. Please take the time to remind workers to be conscious of their surroundings and not lean on the railings. Some of them have rusted out and may no longer be stable. Every six months we inspect the railings, so if you find one that's no longer sturdy, it's probably on the back log and will be taken care of shortly. No need to log another complaint. Management
494DN034_TortureTerminal01Tried breaking him down with isolation, and he responded to fire. Signed the blood contract after we burned the soles of his feet a couple times. He thanked us for the food after.
495DN034_TortureTerminal01Little reaction to broken fingers, couldn't stand tooth removal with pliers. Signed the blood contract after starvation and threat of losing 4th tooth.
496DN034_TortureTerminal01This guy must have been killing for a while with another crew, bastard smiled at everything we did. He LIKED getting tortured, spit in our faces. We had to put him down.
497DN034_TortureTerminal02Beat him until his face swelled up and he couldn't eat, let him heal, then beat him again. After a couple rounds of this, he got skinny quick. When we pulled him out for the last round, he told us he'd do anything if we'd just stop. We made him sign the blood contract and put him immediately on the initiation crew.
498DN034_TortureTerminal02Guy didn't flinch from the usual stuff, not even tooth removal. He wanted to keep his eyes and hands so he signed the blood contract.
499DN034_TortureTerminal02He kept pleading with us to kill him, didn't understand why we didn't just do what all the other gangs did. Starvation and regular beatings freaked him out, but the threat of death by rats broke him.
500DN035_RobotControlTerminalConnecting to racers... ...activating emergency stop... done. Shutdown complete. All robots have powered down.
501DN035_RobotControlTerminalConnecting to racers... ...resuming race... done. All robots rebooted successfully.
502DN035_RobotControlTerminalConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...disabling combat inhibitors... done. All combat inhibitors have been disabled. Robots will now engage their designated targets. Please take appropriate precautions.
503DN035_RobotControlTerminalConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...resetting combat inhibitor circuits... done. All combat inhibitors have been reset.
504DN035_RobotControlTerminalConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...system timeout. ...system timeout. ...system timeout. Please verify the integrity of the targeting system, then try again.
505DN035_RobotControlTerminalAccessing Reserve Robots... ...activating "Tin Man"... ...activating "Fusion's Folly"... ...activating "Lady Lovelace"... ...done. All reserve robots have been added to the race control.
506DN035_RobotControlTerminal_RouteConnecting to racers... ...accessing navigation subsystem... ...reverting to normal race route... done. Route reset successfully.
507DN035_RobotControlTerminal_RouteConnecting to racers... ...accessing navigation subsystem... ...reverting to normal race route... done. Route reset successfully.
508DN035_RobotControlTerminal_RouteConnecting to racers... ...accessing navigation subsystem... ...routing racers through the main camp... done. Route reset successfully.
509DN035_RobotControlTerminal_RouteConnecting to racers... ...accessing navigation subsystem... ...routing racers through the main camp... done. Route reset successfully.
510DN035_RobotControlTerminal_RouteConnecting to racers... ...accessing navigation subsystem... ...distributing user route program... done. Route reset successfully.
511DN035_RobotControlTerminal_RouteConnecting to racers... ...accessing navigation subsystem... ...distributing user route program... done. Route reset successfully.
512DN035_RobotControlTerminal_SelfDestructConnecting to racers... ...activating Emergency Self-Destruct... ...overriding safety protocols... ...confirming Self-Destruct... done. A five-second countdown has been initiated. Please evacuate the area.
513DN035_RobotControlTerminal_TargetingConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...resetting identity module... done. Targeting reset to Standard.
514DN035_RobotControlTerminal_TargetingConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...resetting identity module... done. Targeting reset to Standard.
515DN035_RobotControlTerminal_TargetingConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...distributing administative override... done. Targeting overridden, $Administrator.
516DN035_RobotControlTerminal_TargetingConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...distributing administative override... done. Targeting overridden, $Administrator.
517DN035_RobotControlTerminal_TargetingConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...distributing user program... done. Targeting updated.
518DN035_RobotControlTerminal_TargetingConnecting to racers... ...accessing targeting subsystem... ...distributing user program... done. Targeting updated.
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520DN036Terminal_SubJournalI left the others three days ago. Had to get away, it wasn't safe for them. Wes tried to wake me up from one of the nightmares, the one where the metal radroaches climb under my nails and scurry up through the skin into my brain. Before I knew what was going on I had a gun to his throat. They tackled me before I could do it and said it wasn't my fault, but the looks they had when I said he was wearing my face told me it was time to leave. Nothing left for me there and I don't want to hurt anyone else.
521DN036Terminal_SubJournalCan't sleep. More nightmares. I'm in the watch tower looking out over the field in the night. It's raining and I see a lantern in the field. Must be raiders out in the corn. I sight down the scope, and see one of those machine men. It has him by the wrist, dragging him off. I take the shot. It's clean, the machine man falls to the ground. Running through the field to him I can smell the corn and the rain but when I get there, its him on the ground bleeding and the machine is gone. I look back up to the tower and see myself standing there looking down the scope. I dive into the corn as the shot rings out and start to smell blood and oil. Reaching for the gun on the ground and the metal skeletal hand isn't my own. I look down in the puddles of rain and blood and oil at my reflection and see my face start to tear in shreds as my metal hands rip it away.
522DN036Terminal_SubJournalI tried again to end it. I was out on the wharf trying to look through the fueling station when I glanced at the water. He was there in the reflection, my grandson Samuel. And my arm was around him. Then there was a noise and my reflection's eyes glow red and when it open it's mouth there is static. Then the static turns into a scream and it puts the gun to Samuel's head and pulled the trigger. I can still feel some water in my lungs, but their programming won't let me end it. My body climbed to the shore on its own.
523DN039_OfficeTerminalEstablished by Peter Faneuil in 1742, Faneuil Hall has been the civic heart of Boston for three centuries. The Meeting Hall has hosted speakers and debates from the first patriots to modern presidents, and Faneuil Marketplace is an oasis of commerce in the center of Boston's modern business district. Please take the time to explore the building and visit our merchants. Those of you with an interest in fine art may appreciate the Gilded Grasshopper, which can be seen on the weathervane atop the cupola. For those of you following the Freedom Trail, the next site on the trail will be Revere House in North End.
524DN039_OfficeTerminalMinutesFreedom Society Meeting Minutes September, 2077 - Meeting called to order, J. Winthrop presiding. - Read minutes of August meeting. Minutes approved, 14-0. - Motion to amend the Society charter to emphasize historic preservation as primary mission over chaitable activities. Motion carried, 9-2-3. - Motion to consider merchants' proposal for Protectrons to secure the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Objections raised on historic preservation grounds. Motion failed, 0-14. - Motion to file suit against new owners of Old Corner Bookstore due to violations of historic preservation charter. Motion carried, 14-0. - Meeting adjourned.
525DN039_OfficeTerminalMinutesFreedom Society Meeting Minutes October, 2077 - Meeting called to order, J. Winthrop presiding. - Read minutes of September meeting. Minutes approved, 11-0. - Report from C. Winthrop on legal action against Old Corner Bookstore. - Report from Mayor's office on Faneuil Hall merchants' dispute. Mayor insists that Protectron installation will proceed despite objections. - Motion to allocate funds for Faneuil Hall roof repairs. Motion carried, 11-0. Contractor to begin work next week. - Meeting adjourned.
526DN039_OfficeTerminalReportsFaneuil Hall Marketplace Weekly Report: 8/2-8/8/77 - Weekly sales down 3% relative to last year. - Merchants' meeting focused on shoplifting 'crisis'. Discussed Fallon's proposal for Protectrons and Society objections to it. Society issued veto on historic preservation grounds. - All merchants agreed to detailed inventory tracking to assess the scope of the problem.
527DN039_OfficeTerminalReportsFaneuil Hall Marketplace Weekly Report: 8/9-8/15/77 - Weekly sales up 11% due to Columbus Day holiday. - Merchants' inventory report showed net losses of $2,294 for the week, with 12 confirmed shoplifting incidents. - Several merchants threatened to sue for breach of contract over security issues. Fallon's is prepared to withdraw immediately. - Recommend moving forward with Protectron installation despite Society objections.
528DN039_OfficeTerminalReportsFaneuil Hall Marketplace Weekly Report: 8/16-8/22/77 - Weekly sales down 81% due to press coverage of the incidents. - Seven deaths reported due to altercations with Protectrons, including five alleged shoplifters, one bystander, and Fallon's cashier. Disabled Protectrons pending technical review. - Merchants' meeting canceled to avoid further media scrutiny.
529DN040FederalRationStockpileMemoTerminalATTN FEDERAL RATION STOCKPILE PERSONNEL: In response to recent events, this facility will be operating under heightened security starting immediately. Identification must be worn at all times while on grounds. Civilians must be checked in and given temporary identification while on the premises. This includes delivery staff and vehicle operators. There will be no exceptions. Strict inventory will be taken of federal rations, don't risk your job by taking anything home. Yes, this means you.
530DN040FederalRationStockpileMemoTerminalURGENT, IMMEDIATE RESPONSE REQUIRED A group of civilians has discovered the hatch leading into the old tunnels connected to this facility. Simple surveillance of this exit point is no longer adequate. A minimum of three men will be stationed at this point until we can find a way to better secure this route or seal it up entirely. Also, I do not want to hear any more complaining about our choice to build this federal storage facility into these tunnels or the struggles of the retrofit operation. The decision has been made within the approved budget and is done. This exit point will be handled and this facility will continue to serve its purpose. Thank you for your cooperation.
531DN040FederalRationStockpileTerminalNEXT SCHEDULED DELIVERY: Blamco Foodstuffs, October 23rd, 3:30pm. Delivery driver ID: Thomas Malkinson.
532DN040_BossTerminalSis caught a pair of Tower Tom's goons sniffing around the front entrance. Lil and I interrogated them, and it sounds like the liquid diet they've got going over at the brewery ain't working so well for them. Apparently Tower Tom's got some sort plan to fight his way in here and steal our food. I'd like to see those drunk idiots try.
533DN040_BossTerminalLil's gone! Tower Tom and his boys made a run on the stockpile today and in the chaos, Lil went missing. I sent out a crew, see if anyone could find where she went, but I'm fearing the worst. If Tom somehow got his hands on her, I'll rip out that bastard's heart and nail it to my wall.
534DN040_BossTerminalSon of a bitch! Tower Tom's got Lil. He's making her write me letters, begging for supplies. Says he's going to cut her up if I don't. I tried to get a crew together to go rescue her, but they talked me down. Said Tom would just kill her if we make a move. But we've got to do something. I'll give that big fuck his food for now. But not before our mutts get a chance to mark it.
535DN040_BossTerminalGot another letter from Lil, but something's off. She calls me Red. I hate that name and she knows it. I think something's happened. Tom's recruiting hard now that he's got our provisions. I'm gonna send one of my boys to sign up, see if he can't figure out what's going on.
536DN040_BossTerminalFuck. Fuck. Fuck. The man I sent to Beantown Brewery said there was no sign of Lil anywhere in the place. Tom must've moved her somewhere. I've sent out a crew to start looking for her. Hang in there, Lil. We're coming.
537DN040_BossTerminalSomeone cut down Tom and his boys, but there's still no sign of Lily. Thank god she got moved before it happened. We'll find you, sis. Wherever you are.
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542DN041_MainFrameSubterminalMainACCESS: DENIED Function offline. Please contact your Sytem Administrator
543DN041_MainFrameSubterminalSurvCenter K-21B has been designated the following locations for government sanctions surveillance: Frequency 001: LOCATION NAME Frequency 002: LOCATION NAME Frequency 003: LOCATION NAME Tune to the designated frequency to begin surveillance on a specific location. Frequency designations have be programmed based on the operation parameters of your center. Should the need arise to alter or add frequencies, please contact the home office to request a technitian be dispatched to your center. Surveillance Operations have been designated CRITICAL by your system administrator.
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547dn045_terminalPlease not that several maintenance test centers have been set up in the West Roxbury station to run diagnostics on monorails. These are temporary setups until further notice. Please avoid these stations unless you have been given proper authorization.
548DN046_BravoTeamTerminalThings are getting tough around here. Brock has decided to split our men into two teams. I drew one of the short straws, so I ended up on the M42 "Fat Man" Launcher team while most of my buddies are sitting pretty upstairs with the T-51B suits. I can't even begin to describe what a ridiculous idea the M42 is - a man-portable mini-nuke thrower that a trooper in the field is supposed to deploy at close range. I've been pouring over the schematics and I have no idea how were going to get this thing to throw a warhead far enough not to kill the soldier unlucky enough to be stuck with these deathtraps.
549DN046_BravoTeamTerminalWe've stripped the warhead weight down as much as possible, but I think we're looking at this the wrong way. Instead of trying to reduce the warhead weight, we should try and amp the power on the thrower itself. I know that means adding weight to an already heavy piece of ordinance, but I don't think we have any choice. One of the guys suggested we try magnetics to push the warhead through like a rail gun, but the power pack would need to be the size of a suitcase. I'll keep picking away at this problem and see what I can turn up.
550DN046_BravoTeamTerminalWe lost two good soldiers this morning. They were on the surface testing a MIRV variant of the launcher, when one of the warheads misfired and hit the ground right where they were standing. Poor bastards didn't even have a chance. We couldn't even find any remains to send home to their folks, so Brock told us to just fill some cans with sand. I'll tell you, that guy doesn't give a crap about us, he's just worried about the brass back in Washington giving him a hard time.
551DN046_BravoTeamTerminalI was in bed last night when I had one of those "Eureka" moments. I ran over to the night shift guys in the lab, swept all of their drawings on the floor and starting sketching my idea. They must have thought I'd lost my mind. Six hours and about fourteen cups of coffee later, and I had it all mapped out. We'd use a small sub-charge as a launching catalyst to catapult the warhead from the launcher. We'd have plenty of range, and the sub-charge could be built into the warhead itself. Brock seemed to like the plan and gave us the go ahead to prototype the device. I can't wait to try it out.
552DN046_BravoTeamTerminalIt took the better part of a year, and over a hundred test firings, but the M42 is ready to shipped out into the field. I can't believe I spent over a year on this single project. I feel pretty good knowing we're delivering a well-tested weapon to our own guys fighting overseas. Now that it's over, I suppose Brock will move us on to something else, but for now I'm going to spend the rest of the month packing up these warheads to ship off base.
553DN046_GeneralBrockTerminalAs of today, command of Fort Strong has passed to me. I am looking forward to helping the U.S. Army test some its experimental weapon systems at our facility. I've already had the men preparing the island for testing operations by tearing down the old barracks and constructing a simulated town. Since we'll be fighting the enemy on an urban front, I think the best way to test these weapons is by seeing how well they punch through civilian structures.
554DN046_GeneralBrockTerminalWe've been testing the new batch of T-51B Power Armor suits that the Army Corps of Engineers just rolled off the assembly line. I'm impressed with the amount of protection they afford our soldiers, yet allow them a great deal of mobility. I've noticed that the soldiers are still having trouble jumping in these things - because of the suit's weight, they often tip over on hard landings. I've had the maintenance boys look at it and they're suggesting adding a gyroscope and shock absorbers to the lower torso. I'll pass it up the chain and see if I can get Washington to spend the extra money it'll cost for the modification.
555DN046_GeneralBrockTerminalThings are starting to heat up overseas, so Washington is pushing us to cut our project turnaround times in half. I told them that would be dangerous, but it seems like we don't have much of a choice. I've decided to split my staff into Alpha Team and Bravo Team so we can work on two projects at the same time. The manpower will be reduced, but I'm convinced that we'll still be able to maintain our new schedule. I'm going to put Alpha Team on the Power Armor and Bravo on the new M42 "Fat Man" Launchers.
556DN046_GeneralBrockTerminalAlpha Team just shipped out the first batch of T-51B suits to the front in China. Reports are already coming in that the suits are performing better than expected, chewing through enemy tanks and armor like they were paper. Word has it that some of the enemy troops are even surrendering when they catch sight of the Power Armor troops hauling their 5mm Miniguns. Looks like Alpha Team has earned themselves a weekend pass in Boston.
557DN046_GeneralBrockTerminalBravo Team is having a heck of a time getting the M42's not to shoot far enough away from its firing position. The problem is that the warhead is still too heavy to fire the distance required - our simulated soldiers are still soaking far too many rads and suffering blast burns. One of the technicians has suggested a radical idea of using a conventional depleting sub-charge to catapult the round rapidly out of the launcher. His calculations look sound, so I am going to let him give it a try.
558DN046_GeneralBrockTerminalAfter a few design setbacks, and the loss of one of our testing squads, we've finally perfected the M42 Launcher's firing mechanism. Washington has been riding me to wrap this project up, but with a weapon this potent I was inclined to take my time. We've sent the launchers ahead to the supply yard in Mississippi, and we're just waiting for the go ahead to ship the warheads wherever they need to go. Hopefully, we can get those nukes out of here before the month is out. I don't feel comfortable sleeping twenty feet above enough nukes to reduce this island to ash.
559DN047_FourLeafSecurityTerminalDisabling Security System, Please Wait...
560DN047_FourLeafSecurityTerminalSecurity system currently disabled. Manual override required to reset system.
561DN048_BossTerminalWe're overjoyed to have such a decorated war hero like giving a speech in Concord. We should try to get him down here, too. It always brings in people (and funding).
562DN048_BossTerminalWe're overjoyed to have such a decorated war hero like Nate giving a speech in Concord. We should try to get him down here, too. It always brings in people (and funding).
563DN048_BossTerminalSept. 2077 - Medal of Honor Scholarship Ceremony Nov. 2077 - History of Mr.Gutsy Dec. 2077 - Orphan Food Drive Jan. 2078 - New Year Bingo
564DN049_DirectorTerminalInitializing firmware updates... done. Reinstating combat inhibitors... done. Designating $USER as Facility Supervisor... done. Issuing new orders to all robots... done. The Grand Reopening completed successfully.
565DN049_DirectorTerminalSelfDestructOpening network connections... done. Accessing low-level command parameters... done. Issuing Emergency Self Destruct command... done. The Emergency Self Destruct is active. Please evacuate the area immediately.
566DN049_DirectorTerminalShutdownOpening network connections... done. Accessing low-level command parameters... done. Issuing Emergency Shutdown commands... done. Waiting for all robots to shut down... done. The Emergency Shutdown completed successfully.
567DN049_HandyEatsTerminalCall-Ahead Reservations (Max 5): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Current Waitlist: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
568DN049_HandyEatsTerminalThe Principles of Handy Eats 1. At HANDY EATS, serving you is our code! 2. At HANDY EATS, food is fresh, fast, and flavorful, or it's free! 3. At HANDY EATS, robotic precision yields dining perfection!
569DN049_HandyEatsTerminalCory-- I've implemented Marketing's list of 'Principles' as high-priority command routines in the personality archetypes of the Handy Eats robots. I still think we should push back on this; laws like these are always subject to miscalculations and prioritization failures in real-world settings. --Isaac
570DN049_MaddensTerminalCory-- This is ridiculous. I know the Manager's Sale provision is built into the franchise agreement, but the Galleria is run entirely by robots. THERE IS NO MANAGER. Why are we wasting development time on functionality that will never be used? --Isaac
571DN049_MaddensTerminalSaleAccessing product database... done. Updating sale filters... done. Notifying employees... done. A '25% Off' Manager's Sale is now in effect.
572DN049_MaddensTerminalSaleAccessing product database... done. Updating sale filters... done. Notifying employees... done. The current Manager's Sale has been canceled.
573DN049_SupervisorsTerminalSupervisor's Field Directives The General Atomics Galleria ('The Galleria') has been developed to showcase the range and versatility of the General Atomics International (GAI) line of robots, and to serve as a model for our robotic shopping center concept. The Galleria has been supplied with high-performance specialty robots designed to function autonomously under the supervision of a GAI Director Management System. Federal law requires the presence of an on-site human supervisor (you). However, any actions or interventions on your part will interfere with the operational goals of the Galleria, and are strictly forbidden. You are to remain in your office unless otherwise directed.
574DN049_SupervisorsTerminal_CommunicationLogsCommunications Log: 7/8/77 The Customer Relations Department duly notes the concerns detailed in your recent reports. However, your interventions are an unexpected variable not accounted for in the robots' original programming, and may be responsible for the behavioral cascade failures in question. Additionally, your role in these incidents may have exposed GAI to additional legal liability. Once again, all supervisory functions are to be exercised by the Galleria's Director. Refrain from any further contact with the robots or patrons.
575DN049_SupervisorsTerminal_CommunicationLogsCommunications Log: 7/19/77 In light of recent events, you are authorized to assist the Director in identifying malfunctioning robots, and to monitor the effectiveness of any efforts to repair their programming. Should additional fatalities occur, you are further authorized to offer an immediate financial settlement to the survivors, if any, on behalf of GAI (see compensation scale 14-J).
576DN049_SupervisorsTerminal_CommunicationLogsCommunications Log: 7/26/77 Effective immediately, the Galleria is closed until further notice. You are to notify the Director and oversee the immediate and complete shutdown of the entire center and its staff. If you believe the Director has been compromised, you may disable it and use the DMS Override Terminal in its office to trigger an emergency manual shutdown of the entire Galleria. The password for this terminal is GAI-GAL-4.
577DN049_SupervisorsTerminal_CommunicationLogsCommunications Log: 10/23/77 Mr. Kincaid: Upon arrival at the center, you are to make your way to the Director's office in the statue. Identify yourself as Grand Reopening Supervisor 18-Alpha, present your ID, and order the Director to initiate the Grand Reopening Protocol. This will trigger a series of firmware updates that should resolve the cascade failures and restore the robots to normal operation. Extreme caution is advised. We believe that the Director has also been compromised, and may have been responsible for the death of your predecessor.
578DN050KincaidSubTerminalCongratulations on your promotion, Mr. Kincaid! We hope your transition from the Factory goes smoothly. As the on-site human supervisor of the General Atomics Galleria, you will be helping to pioneer a new shopping experience for the expanding General Atomics customer base. We assure you that this will be a comfortable job and require very little effort or stress on your part. Your resposibility will be to simply observe the operations of the completely automated staff. We expect very little intervenetion will be required on your part, as the robotic staff has undergone strenuous testing before being deployed there. Thank you for your service to the company. -General Atomics Corporate
579DN050KincaidSubTerminalI put in years of my life to keep this factory running and this is how they treat me? I'm supposed to babysit a bunch of robots while they play shop? This is ridiculous. They don't think I can see what this really is? Ageism. I can still do my job as well as any 25 year-old, but they all tell me "Mr. Kincaid, it's time to retire." "Mr. Kincaid, you should travel." "Mr. Kincaid, you should spend time with your family." Well I don't want to do any of those things. I want to sit here and run this factory like I have been for years. This job will kill me. I am literally going to be bored to death, and it will be their fault.
580DN050_GeneralAtomicsReceptionistSubTerminalWith the launch of the new Ms. Nanny model, customers will be attempting to bring defective units to the factory for repairs. In this situation, please gently remind the customer that our warranty program agreement states that defective units must be shipped through the proper channels before being accepted for repairs. Customers may be frustrated, but assure them that customer satisfaction is the absolute priority of General Atomics. Also, take this opportunity to tell them about our new quality assurance wing that will minimize the amount of defective units that leave the factory floor in the first place. As a receptionist, you are the first face any of our clients see. Make sure it is a friendly one.
581DN050_GeneralAtomicsReceptionistSubTerminalTaking this down so I don't screw this up next time. Mr. Kincaid - Cappuccino, extra foam, no sugar Mr. Smidt - Latte, Skim Milk, Three Spoonfuls of sugar Mr. Nook - Black coffee, absolutely no sugar or milk Mrs. Calhoun - Coffee with two packets of half and half, one sugar
582DN050_GeneralAtomicsReceptionistTerminalUpcoming Events: ---Monday, October 25th 3pm - General Atomics board of investors factory tour ---Tuesday, October 26th 9am - Factory Technician Team Meeting ---Tuesday, October 26th 5pm - Factory Employee ice cream social
583DN052_BossTerminalLt. Ryan's plan to infiltrate the Hyde Park Raiders seems to be paying dividends. Not only are our spies providing valuable intel on the forces gathered there, word of our infiltration has led to a witch hunt among the Raiders. Plans to deploy a removal squad have been put on hold for the time being. I've encouraged our agents continue to fan the flames. I suspect these Raiders might do the job for us.
584DN052_EmployeeTerminal01I hate my job. Yes, management, I hope you're reading this. Not only do I get stuck in the corner and not only does management somehow fit another desk next to mine and not only does the light above me flicker throughout the day and not only does the wall leak whenever there's a hint of rain and not only does management stick the foreign exchange intern in this already cramped space and not only...ugh nevermind. Boris, you smell! Yes, Boris, I'm typing about you right now. Yes, I see you trying to read my screen throughout the day. And yes, most of the time I'm pretending to work. Yes, you can read it even though you probably can't read English. Did I mention you smell! The smell is so bad. I hate my job. Sincerely, GNN Employee #68 (apparently I don't have a name)
585DN052_EmployeeTerminal02Hi Jim. My internship is almost up and I will be heading back home soon. I know you'll read this because, well, you'd do something like that. I apologize for making your life here miserable, but I hope my absence will bring some happiness to your life. Please don't forget that you have a job that most of us in my country would die for, so count your blessings. Also, I'm glad you brought up the smell. I thought it was you this entire time! That's why I kept looking over my shoulder in your direction. PS - I read and speak English very well, thank you PSS - I use my heavy accent on purpose because it makes people think I am very smart. Take care of yourself, Boris
586DN052_EmployeeTerminal03 Ha! I stuffed my old lunch in Jim's Desk. He thinks it's Boris! He obviously doesn't open his desk too often, the lunch has been in there for a couple weeks now. Should we tell him? - Gerald
587DN054_ZekesTerminalRouGh IDEas/ NoTeS * I was born in a tiny leather jacket. *I grew up in DIAMOND CITY, left when I realized a diamond was really just a tilted SQUARE. (GOOD LINE! keeping it.) *Tell that story about how I fixed up an old VERTIBIRD, but crashed it into the ocean. That explains why I don't have it anymore.... right? *Need a few chapters on POWER ARMOR. Why it's the cat's meow. Ooh, and some TIPS on how to make it really sing! (Don't reveal TOO much, they gotta need you for something.)
588DN054_ZekesTerminal...ran out of space or something.... MOrE IDEas! *Story about finding the GARAGE! How I SINGLE-HANDEDLY SLAYEd a huge pack of ferals to claim it. *How I met and assembled the ATOM CATS. How I rescued them from their BAD NEWS lives and showed them the way of COOL. (Also, how much I love this kooky crew. Don't get too sappy, though!) *Chapter in Memoriam of AIMIN' ANDY, the Cat we lost too soon. ANDY found all the rockin' TUNES that we play in the garage to this day. USE THIS LINE: "He will live on in our HEARTS and in our JUKEBOX."
589DN056_AnalysisLabTerminal1-2-76 All results from Gen. Martine to be coded as 'Normal' or 'Excellent'. 4-1-77 All abnormal results from base personnel to be batched to HR Command for eval. 10-21-77 All results from Mrs. Martine's bloodwork to be forwarded to the General at his request.
590DN056_AnalysisLabTerminalAccessing analysis software... done. Verifying license... failed. Your software license expired 2512 month(s) ago. Please contact your technology or procurement supervisor for assistance.
591DN056_ExamRoomTerminalGreater Mass Blood Clinic Routine Blood Test Protocol Last Updated: 5-5-77 1. Reassure patient of confidentiality. 2. Draw blood per test order. 3. Dismiss patient. 4. Forward blood to the Analysis lab on the second floor. If no aides are available, clearly mark incoming samples and deposit them in one of the lab refrigerators (Password: KJT540).
592DN056_ExamRoomTerminalLogsID: 10905-2092 Name: Martine, George M. (Gen) Procedure: Routine Bloodwork Results: Elevated blood glucose (282 mg/dl), Cholesterol (210 mg/dl) consistent with prior test results. High diabetic risk. Recommend weight loss, dietary improvement, exercise. Note: Per standing orders, reported the CO's health as 'Excellent'.
593DN056_ExamRoomTerminalLogsID: 10905-2325 Name: Justus, James R. (Sgt) Procedure: Routine Bloodwork Results: Vitamin D deficiency (12/30), blood pressure (140/95) consistent with high-stress technical work. Recommended R/R. Note: Results reported to HR Command for evaluation.
594DN056_ExamRoomTerminalLogsID: 10905-2601 Name: Thomas, Ethan Procedure: Pediatric Blood Culture Results: Negative. Patient likely suffering from flu. Recommend bed rest, fluids. Recheck in two days if fever unchanged. Note: Instruct aides to sanitize teddy bear.
595DN056_ExamRoomTerminalLogsID: 10905-2498 Name: Lopez, Cesar M. (Pvt) Procedure: Standard STD Results: Negative
596DN056_ExamRoomTerminalLogsID: 10905-2331 Name: Martine, Alexis J. Procedure: Paternity (Prenatal) Results: PCR analysis closely matched patient 2498 (90%). Patient reassured of confidentiality. Note: Results reported to CO per standing orders.
597DN056_ExamRoomTerminalLogsID: 10905-0000 Name: Procedure: Results: Note: Kyle-- I've stashed the chems in the blood storage room in the basement. They're in a cooler in the second fridge, third row, bottom shelf. The contact expects them tonight. Don't be late. Wipe this message.
598DN057_KelloggTerminal01ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Kellogg. Notes: The boy, Shaun, successfully delivered back to the Institute, payment received. New orders to track down renegade, gathered reinforcements, cleared out and secured Fort Hagen. We move out soon.
599DN061_GunnerBossTerminalTurns out the Lt was right about the Forged. We had a couple of dust ups, but once their leader saw we weren't going to just roll over and take it we were able to come to an arrangement. We stay away from the Ironworks and don't do any recruiting in the area and they keep away from our camp here.
600DN061_GunnerBossTerminalSubThere's an old cannery to the east of here. We sent a scout in posed as a trader. Some guy and a couple of robots. We could probably take it with minimal resistence, but having to find someone with the technical skills to keep it operational might not be worth the effort. I've sent word along to the LT, and he can decide.
601DN061_GunnerBossTerminalSubThe quarry to the north seems to be occupied by raiders. We've seen the Forged heading out there as well so it may be that they are recruiting from their numbers or obtaining resources from them. Some of the reports I've received have mentioned that they are acting a bit strangely. Bears more recon before deciding a course of action.
602DN061_GunnerBossTerminalSubScouts report several places of interest at Revere. A subway, marina, satellite array as well the old boardwalk. There appears to be a large group of raiders, enough to pose a threat, but with the bridge between us, it is unlikely they will be an issue. For now we will continue scouting sorties only.
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604DN062PrincipalTerminalPrincipal Hudson, Again I thank you for your school's willingness to participate in the Nutritional Alternative Paste Program, or NAPP for short. You and your students are doing a service to this country by helping us push the limits on our knowledge of food and nutritional science. During the period of this program, nothing but NAP should be served to the students. No outside food should be tolerated on school grounds. We will be sending scientists periodically to observe reactions to the NAP, and ensure proper testing conditions. Noncompliance will result in funds revoked, so please make sure your faculty and students remain obedient. -Dr. Jerry Gibson
605DN062PrincipalTerminalLogsGood morning teachers and students! It is another great week here at Suffolk County Charter School. I hope everyone is getting their costumes together for our annual Halloween festival. I would like to take this oppurtunity to remind you that no outside food is to be brought on campus as of this week. This goes for faculty as well. We have received generous donations for our implementation of the Nutrition Alternative Paste Program, and owe our benefactors strict adherence to the rules they have set forth. Thank you for your attention. This is Principal Hudson, signing off.
606DN062PrincipalTerminalLogsGood Morning teachers and students! It is a fabulous Wednesday here at Suffolk County Charter School. The Glee Club is having their seasonal bake sale today, so stop by and show your support so we can send our team to Regionals! Remember, actual baked goods are forbidden on school grounds, so the Glee club will be selling colorful wrappers you can eat your food paste out of. Also, we will be having a school assembly during second period tomorrow on the dangers of strangers by Jangles the Moon Monkey himself. Once again we would like to thank our benefactors from the NAPP program for allowing us to have such a big star come and speak to you kids. This is principal Hudson, signing off.
607DN062PrincipalTerminalLogsHappy Friday All! The NAPP program launched this week with success, but not without hitches. I hate to have to throw away your mothers' carefully packed lunches, but we must put our foot down on this issue. Trust me, you all will get used to the flavor of the paste. Also, I have been informed that flavor varieties will be on their way pending the success of the program. I wish I did not have to address this, but enough have spoke up that I have to say there are absolutely no psychological or physical side effects from participation in NAPP. Any observed effect is assuredly psychosomatic and possibly related to a lack of nationalism. Remember, our participation in NAPP not only helps our school, but in the long run helps our nation. Thank you for your attention. This is principal Hudson, signing off.
608DN062TeacherTerminalPrincipal Hudson, I am sorry to ask, but where has the integrity of this school gone? Forcing all teachers and students to consume nothing but flavorless pink goo is inhumane and demoralizing. Food is an avenue of socialization for our students' growing minds, and they are growing restless of the paste. If nothing else, I am sure you have noticed the growing rate of visits to your office for misbehavior. Also, I could almost swear everyone seems a little bit pinker after a week of eating the stuff. Please, I ask that we terminate this mistake of an experiment and find alternative funding opportunities for the school. -Mr. Smith, English Department
609DN063_BossTerminalGunners are in Quincy. Now we've got those fucks to the east and west. Only a matter of time before they decide to come after us. Gonna reach out to Slough at Quincy Quarries, Chancer up at Andrew Station. Three gangs should be enough to dig out those Gunner fucks.
610DN063_BossTerminalThe Gunners know we're coming. Prisoner spilled her guts while we were removing her skin. Apparently someone in the gang is feeding them information. Can't have that. Have to find the spy.
611DN063_BossTerminalTwo flayed yesterday. Three today. No sign of spy.
612DN063_BossTerminalWoke up with a note next to my bed. "Looking forward to seeing you. Signed, Your Neighbors" Bastards are trying to scare me. I ain't the one that should be scared. Time to get the gangs together.
613DN063_BossTerminalThey fucking knew we were coming! We hit Quincy this morning but they turned us back. Never even made it to the fucking gate. This is what they wanted. To thin us out. Can't make another move. Not until we find who's feeding them information. Put out a fat bounty for whoever brings me the spy's skull. That ought to get everyone fired up.
614DN063_BossTerminalSix flayed today. Had to stop when the blade broke. Still no word who's working for the Gunners. Need to find my other blade.
615DN063_BossTerminalTwo of my boys brought me skulls today, then claimed the other one was lying about finding the spy. Flayed them both. Still no one's confessed. Added more checkpoints, more guards on the walkways. No one comes or goes without my say. Haven't slept in a week. Have to find the spy.
616DN063_BossTerminalNo new messages since somebody wiped out Gunner HQ. Might be we can finally let up.
617DN063_BossTerminalGunners got cleared out of Quincy. Someone did us a serious favor.
618DN066_AirlockTerminal01***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
619DN066_AirlockTerminal01***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
620DN066_AirlockTerminal01*** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Access denied.
621DN066_AirlockTerminal01****ERROR: MAGLOCK A3 FAILURE**** Maintenance has been notified.
622DN066_CellBlockTerminal***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
623DN066_CellBlockTerminal***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
624DN066_CellTerminal02***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
625DN066_CellTerminal02***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
626DN066_ExecTerminal***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
627DN066_ExecTerminal***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
628DN066_ExecTerminalFrom: Med-Tek Sales/PR Department CURRENT PRODUCT SALES: - MENTATS sales up 24% in school districts - FIXER sales up 12% in seeded zones NEW PRODUCT FORECAST: -PREVENT sales +250% projection 2078 -PREVENT sales +330% 2079
629DN066_ExecTerminalFrom: Med-Tek PREVENT Team Batch Report 9/77: - Experiment 9823 test subjects reporting hair loss - Experiment 4786 antidote causing cysts in adult test subjects - Experiment 2312 test subjects reporting erections lasting more than 4 hours - Test subject procurement costs up 36%
630DN066_ExecTerminal[890913] Nuclear Activity Alert from Head Office... [890914] Corporate communication connections established... [890915] Emergency Containment activated, Executive Override... [890916] Executive Evacuation procedures activated...
631DN066_LabTerminal***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
632DN066_LabTerminal***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
633DN066_LobbyTerminal***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
634DN066_LobbyTerminal***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
635DN066_SecurityTerminal***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
636DN066_SecurityTerminal***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
637DN066_TerminalLabDoors***SECURITY ALERT ALPHA*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN IN EFFECT *** Administration has initiated a containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff maintain site integrity until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force authorized.
638DN066_TerminalLabDoors***SECURITY ALERT CANCELED*** *** CONTAINMENT LOCKDOWN SUSPENDED *** Administration has cancelled the containment lockdown for this facility. All security staff are to remain on station until further instructed by executive personnel. Use of deadly force rescinded.
639DN066_TerminalLabDoorsSubMenuSecurity locks released. Opening doors...
640DN067_TerminalIt's amazing how far the colony has come since the first orphan hatchlings. I was so worried the Mirelurks wouldn't survive, but they've done the opposite, they've thrived! I like to think it's because of my positive energy and love.
641DN067_TerminalThey're always so hungry, my little Murkies. I have to remember to throw their food away from myself, they almost pinched me again the other day. They don't know what they're doing, the poor things.
642DN067_TerminalI've decided to keep by trunk of valuables in the Mirelurk nest under the ship for safe keeping, but I have to be more careful. Some bad people snuck in the other day (despite my warnings!) and my Murkies did something dreadful. I'm glad none of my pets got hurt, but it was frightening to see them kill so casually. Must work more on their training!
643DN068_OfficeTerminalDue to numerous customer complaints over the past couple of months, it is with a heavy heart to inform you all that we had to let Sally go. You may have also noticed that the new espresso machine we ordered has arrived! Until we can make room in the kitchen, the espresso machine has been installed on top of Sally's desk. Enjoy! - Management
644DN068_OfficeTerminalMany of you have expressed concerns over the loud clicking noises the espresso machine makes when used. Unfortunately, we wont' be able to move the machine for another two weeks. Turns out that the industrial mount we ordered won't fit in our kitchen. We are currently in the process of hiring a contractor to come in and knock down a few walls to get the space required for the mount. Please bear with us. - Management
645DN069_JalbertTerminalPraise Atom! Our pilgrimage is at an end! He has blessed us with a site ripe with his radiant power. This holy resting place of the Brothers Jalbert shall be our mission, where we shall build a shrine to Atom! Truly we are blessed.
646DN069_JalbertTerminalA group of philistines approached, bearing promises of glad tidings and touting their wares like whores. We saw past their charade. They claimed they wished to trade with us, when all they had to offer were lies and temptations. We stayed the course and bathed the unbelievers in glorious radiation. They are with Atom, now and forever.
647DN069_JalbertTerminalThe Shrine! Oh, the Shrine! We collect Atom's power in barrels and the machines that once propelled the Old World's autos! We are meager workers, not artists, but our devotion can be seen in the Shrine! A place for all believers to gather and pray is here at last! Glory be to Atom!
648DN070_HolotapeCarlTerminalJamaica Plain Raid Team Sal - Lead. Heavy Weapons. Luke Silverhand - Gearhead. Tech, intel. Ken Standish - Scout. Locks, traps, stealth. Tanya Standish - Small arms & close combat. Hadrian - Sniper? (No response.) Carl Everett - Getting the hell out of here.
649DN070_HolotapeCarlTerminal8/22 Sal again. Damn woman won't give up. Never should have taken that contract. I've got ten days to come up with the caps, or she'll haul me in for the bounty. That's what I get for crossing an ex-Gunner. 8/29 Nothing. All the short-term gigs are for mercs or gearheads. No one needs a fixer, even with my connections. But I've got to come up with the money somehow. 8/31 An old rumor. That's all I got. But if I spin it right, maybe I can convince Sal I'm worth more than the price on my head.
650DN070_HolotapeCarlTerminal9/1 She bought it. The Treasures of Jamaica Plain-- greatest prize in the Commonwealth. The big score no one's ever pulled off. I convinced her I can pull together a team. If it'll keep me breathing, I'll call in every favor I've got. 9/22 I've dug up all the info I can. There's something down there, something big. Security sounds insane. Turrets, robots, locks, you name it. And that's if you can make it past the ghouls. Two hundred years, and no one's even come close. And yet, the old papers barely mention it. Something's fishy. I don't know what. Just hope Sal doesn't catch on until I'm far away.
651DN070_HolotapeCarlTerminal10/3 No word from Hadrian, but the others are all here. Sal's got heavy weapons covered. Old Silverhand himself to handle security. Ken Standish for scouting and locks. His wife for muscle, and to keep him in line. Even managed to scrounge up some pre-war junk from the town. Maybe it'll come in handy. 10/5 Sal's insisting I go along. I tried to beg off, but she won't have it. I know too much. Once she gets the treasure, she'll gut the lot of us, I'm sure. And there's nothing I can do to stop her. I don't think I'm getting out of this alive.
652DN070_HolotapeTreasuresInventoryTerminalInventory: Central Tables 1. Holotape Instructions 2. Mayor's Welcome Message (Audio Holotape) 3. Treasures Inventory (Data Holotape) 4. Terminal w/ Holotape Player (RobCo 2076 Model) 5. Globe (gift Hyde Charter School) 6. Anchorage Veteran's Flag (Pvt. McKinney, Mem.) 7. American Flags (2) (gift Col. Nelson, US Army) 8. Hom Dulce Cigars, 2077 9. Selected works on the history of Jamaica Plain 10. Ornamental Vase (gift Dawnshire Pottery, Inc.)
653DN070_HolotapeTreasuresInventoryTerminalInventory: News & Literature Display 1. Selected local fiction and nonfiction 2. Selected periodicals (gift RobCo Industries) 3. Jamaica Plain Bicentennial news (gift Bugle) 4. Mementos of M. Stahlman, reporter, Canadian Annexation (Mem.)
654DN070_HolotapeTreasuresInventoryTerminalInventory: Science & Medicine Display 1. Research & Lab Equipment of Dr. Damien Hansen (gift HalluciGen, Inc.) 2. Biometric Scanner (gift Milton General) 3. Surgical Implements (gift Milton General) 4. First Aid Kit (gift Milton General)
655DN070_HolotapeTreasuresInventoryTerminalInventory: Arts & Life Display 1. Landscapes by Burnett and Associates 2. Jewelry by D. Miller & Sons, local artisans 3. Colonial Vase, c.1791 (artist unknown) 4. Modern Clothing (gift Fallon's)
656DN070_HolotapeTreasuresInventoryTerminalInventory: Sports & Leisure Display 1. 2076 World Series Baseball Bat 2. Jamaica Plain Youth Baseball Glove & Ball 3. Boston Toy Car Derby winner (gift L. Early) 4. 2069 National Bowling Championship mementos
657DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs7/31/77 Council finally approved renovations to the basement. Took them long enough. Be nice to get rid of these leaky old pipes, maybe replace the A/C so it doesn't flake out every day it gets above ninety. Sick of fixing the darn thing.
658DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs9/20/77 Got called up to fix a light in the breakroom. The whole staff was waiting-- turns out today's my twenty-fifth anniversary with the city. I'd almost forgot. Had a cake for me and everything. Hard to believe I've spent all those years down here in the basement. Well, once the renovations are done, this old place should be a lot nicer.
659DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs9/12/77 The mayor's out of her mind. All the renovation money's being diverted into her pet project-- that ridiculous 'Treasures' thing. Just today, they ripped out my storage room and started laying in marble floors. Craziest thing I ever saw. What's she going to keep in there, gold bars?
660DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs9/28/77 I swear, this mess gets worse by the day. They keep badgering me to help with the project, but I don't want none of it. It's hard enough just to keep the place running as it is. First cold day of fall, and the heating system completely shorts out. I got plenty of complaints, but at least the temps weren't too bad. Give it another month or two, and they'll wish they'd spent some of that money on maintainence.
661DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs10/4/77 Last week, it was Protectrons. Today, they had me set up some highfalutin laser security system. Thing's touchy as all hell. Damn near killed me. I don't get it. They've taken over half the basement with this fool thing, but they still can't be bothered to shore up the ceiling or fix the damn plumbing. All that work won't matter much if the whole building collapses on top of it. I can't believe the council's going along with this.
662DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs10/18/77 Treasures had all of three visitors today. Surprised there were that many-- figured the security screenings would keep them all away. The Mayor tried to put a good face on it for the council, but the city's wasted so much money on this boondoggle, I'd be amazed if we don't impeach the lot of them. For now, I'll just try to keep the pipes patched up and the tourists out of my office.
663DN070_TerminalJanitorLogs10/23/77 I heard it. It's bad outside now, real bad. Kinda puts everything in perspective, don't it? There won't be a ceremony tonight. Mayor's probably already dead. I'm going to close up the Treasures, then try to get out of here. Still the damndest thing I've ever seen, but... maybe it'll mean something to someone, someday.
664DN070_TerminalMayorTreasures Exhibit Closing Speech - Draft 4 Friends, neighbors, and honored guests, We are gathered here today to commemmorate the Treasures of Jamaica Plain. Though ours may be a small community, it is rich in history. Rich in culture. Rich in memory. And for the sake of those memories, we commit these treasures to the earth, that future generations might look back and remember where we stood, and see how far they have come. [Invocation - Pastor Warren] [Sealing Ceremony] [Potluck Dinner, South Lawn]
665DN070_TerminalMayorJamaica Plain Township Budget 2077 Fiscal Year (10/1/76-10/1/77) --Revenue-- Property Taxes: $190.49m Income Tax: $87.16m Revenue Sharing: $148.87m Licenses, Fees, & Charges: $136.09m TOTAL: $562.61m --Expenses-- Salaries & Benefits: $291.68m Operating Expenses: $169.01m Maintainence Fund: $75.36m Treasures Exhibit Special Funding: $38.79m TOTAL: $574.84m
666DN072_LighthouseTerminalWe have been charged by our brothers and sisters at the Crater to lead others to bask in the glow. We have brought in those strong with Atom's blessing to provide a beacon at the top of this tower. Their light shall draw the believers. The faithful should pray at the tower, then continue their pilgrimage to the crater. Praise be to Atom!
667DN072_LighthouseTerminalIt would seem that the beacon has also drawn Heretics who must be shown the glory of Atom. Those who will not join us must be cleansed, then we may use them to feed the Blessed in the tower. All glory unto Atom!
668DN074_TerminalWaterQualityCurrent Water Quality Status: - Radioactive Contaminants: Extreme - Heavy Metal Contaminants: Extreme - Fecal Contaminants: Extreme - Dissolved Oxygen: Moderate - Other Contaminants: Extreme - Overall Status: Hazardous - See Alerts ---*ALERT*--- Contaminants in excess of sensor tolerance. ---*ALERT*--- Critical levels of multiple contaminants have been detected. Contact with this water may be hazardous to human health.
669DN074_TerminalWaterQualityReports6/1/77 Quarterly water quality assessment. Contaminant levels three times prior readings. Illegal dumping remains the most likely cause. Recommend closing the lake to the public and beginning a formal inquiry into the waste management practices of nearby heavy industry (General Atomics, Saugus Ironworks, Corvega).
670DN074_TerminalWaterQualityReports6/25/77 Repeated water quality assessment per department request. Contaminant levels have continued to increase. Recommended closing the lake, beginning formal inquiry, canceling the mayor's fishing tournament.
671DN074_TerminalWaterQualityReports7/4/77 Fishing tournament resulted in 27 reports of serious illness following contact with the water. One boat sank; its two surviving crew members were treated for critical radiation burns. No fish caught. Lake Quannapowitt closed to the public until further notice.
672DN076_GabrielTerminalrun://update -User "Gabriel" LOG: COMPLETE. PREVIOUS USER FILES ARCHIVED. run://delete -old files LOG: PARAMETER "old files" UNKNOWN. run://delete -all files LOG: PARAMETER "all files" UNKNOWN. run://help "How to delete old files" LOG: COMMAND "help" UNKNOWN. run://help "How to fix piece of shit terminal" LOG: COMMAND "help" UNKNOWN
673DN076_WireTerminal[May - 2282] So here we are. Our new home. Only casualty was one of Anderson's less useful toes. Otherwise I'd say cleaning the Mirelurks out of these old hulks went pretty well. Now we just have to figure out what to do next. Been a long time since any of us knew life outside the Minutemen. But General Becker was the only thing holding those folks together. Now that he's dead, it's just a matter of time until the militias start turning on each other. Not worth sticking around for that. But we can make something of this place. I know it. We're going to have to.
674DN076_WireTerminal[November - 2282] We're running through food a lot faster than we'd planned. People are starting to get hungry. We're rationing, but the scouts need to turn up something soon or we're in trouble.
675DN076_WireTerminal[December - 2282] I had Anderson and Williams hanged today. Not pleased about executing the best guns we still had, but it needed to be done. End of last month, they started finding big caches of food and supplies. We were starving, so I didn't ask where it came from. Then today we get a visit from the Bunker Hill guards. Turns out my boys had been hitting caravans, feeding us the spoils. I gave the guards my word those boys would see justice. And I keep my word. But justice doesn't put food in my people's mouths.
676DN076_WireTerminal[February - 2283] No fucking more. Another caravan stiffed my boys. This mercenary shit we've been driven to isn't worth it when the bastards don't pay. I tried to get the merchants at Bunker Hill to cut us some slack, to give us something, anything, to eat, but they wouldn't deal. They're in on it, too. I guarantee. No. This ends now. Today me and the boys make an example.
677DN076_WireTerminal[April - 2283] Four new recruits today. Said they heard about all the caps the Raiders in the bay have been pulling in. Raiders. That's what they called us. And they're not wrong. We're making money hand over fist. Bunker Hill, the caravans. They pay us to do nothing. To leave them alone. This is the best shape we've been in since leaving the Minutemen. General Becker would be sick if he saw us now. But he's dead. And we're alive. I don't feel like writing anymore.
678DN077ObservationTerminal01The crop rotation implemented by the hydroponics manager has proven successful for supplying the vault with adequate food. We have not had to intervene, which has eliminated the risk that the vault inhabitants would discover the secret part of the vault. So far they do not appear to suspect the true nature of their vault. The greenhouse would be a perfect place to introduce class C4 and D1 viruses into the population, as well as potential cures should a disease get too virulent. I'm recommending installing hidden sprayers in the ceiling.
679DN077ObservationTerminal02The vault inhabitants have unexpectedly repurposed this room to be a kind of store for selling and repairing their possessions. It has allowed this observation port to record interactions between many of the vault citizens. This shop will become an important disease vector for spreading airborne, class B2 viruses. It will also be valuable for observing the effects of disease on social and economic relationships. This room will become a backup treatment location, along with the commisary. The primary will still be the clinic under the assumption that severely ill patients will all be taken there.
680DN077ObservationTerminal03Although the chief scientist argued against an observation port in the Overseer's office, it has turned out to be a boon. We are able to observe the political shifts in governance since the vault door was locked. When we do introduce viruses to the population we will be able to monitor the leadership's reactions and courses of action.
681DN079_BasementTerminal:::SYSTEM ERROR::: Elevator controls have been disabled remotely. Please contact system administrator.
682DN079_BasementTerminalLogsLet's see if this old terminal still works. Seems to be more or less intact. Got the robots working but I'm still reading up on how to use the canning retorts. It looks like they're broken, but aparently this place was built on the ruins of an even older cannery, so I'm going to try to see if there's any parts to scavenge.
683DN079_BasementTerminalLogsRunning about a week behind schedule, but I've got the retorts up and running again. Managed to find the parts I needed, though it took longer than expected when some ghouls broke through the wall. One of the traders I've been talking to got here before I had things ready and half the meat he sold me spoiled before I could get it canned. Had to mix in some meat from the molerats I found down here, but who's gonna know the difference?
684DN079_BasementTerminalLogsDammit. Retort 2 blew a hole in the side and the explosion shook loose some of the bricks down here. Took out part of the damn walkway. That hole in the wall widened and more ghouls keep getting in. I'm going to have to get a fence set up down here to keep them out.
685DN079_BasementTerminalLogsEven running with only one retort, this has been working out way better than I could have hoped! That book I found on Marketing really seems to be doing the trick. Only problem now is that the traders can't ever seem to bring me enough meat. I've been having to mix in more and more molerat. Shame, since I've always thought they were kind of cute. I've got to find some other meat to use if I'm going to keep up this level of production...
686DN081_Floor1bTerminalMessage Sent June 23, 2077 -- Good news! We were able to secure a contract with two local boats who agreed to supply us with half of their Bluefish. While 100% would've been great, at least we're making a dent in our competitor's inventory. With the Bluefish in full migration up north at this time, this will help keep our inventory steady. - Jane
687DN081_Floor1bTerminalMessage Sent August 17, 2077 -- George, I'm leaving early. The fumes from the delivery trucks are giving me a migraine again. How many times do I need to tell Maintenance to fix the ventilation fans in here! Could you be a dear and finish up the draft of the new Haddock contract I've been working on? You're the best! Thanks! - Jane
688DN081_Floor1bTerminalMessage Sent October 23, 2077 -- Everyone hears the sirens outside, right? Can someone please tell us what's going on? No one will let us out. They said to lock up and wait until we hear back from them. That was 30 minutes ago. Also, Dave, if you're coming up any time soon, could you be a dear and bring me a Nuka, seems George had the last one up here. - Jane
689DN081_Floor2aTerminalMessage Sent July 30, 2077 -- Larry, Seems someone accidentally bumped into the thermostat today, raising the temperature a full 3 degrees. Our maintenance guy discovered the problem during a routine temperature check around 6:00 PM. This is the third time this sort of thing as happened. Last time, we ended up almost losing our entire inventory for the day. Our guys here say that we were lucky this time and the day's supply wasn't spoiled. Let me know if you want the scientists to come down and do an analysis of a few batches just to make sure. - Dave
690DN081_Floor2aTerminalMessage Sent October 23, 2077 -- Jane, Sorry, won't be able to make it up with your Nuka. They've shut off the main lift, so it seems we'll be stuck down here for a while. If you hear anything else about what's going on outside let me know. I felt some rumbling and shaking a little while ago. A couple of the shipments fell off the shelves, but nothing we can't take care of. Anyway, take care, and again, let me know if you hear anything. A lot of concerned people down here. - Dave
691DN081_SubTerminalExportsCod * Shipped 110,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Rising Slightly Haddock * Shipped 85,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Decreasing Slightly Boston Blue * Shipped 140,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Steady Flounder * Shipped 45,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Rising
692DN081_SubTerminalExportsCod * Shipped 130,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Steady Haddock * Shipped 80,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Decreasing Boston Blue * Shipped 145,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Decreasing Slightly Flounder * Shipped 65,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Steady
693DN081_SubTerminalExportsCod * Shipped 165,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Steady Haddock * Shipped 85,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Decreasing Rapidly Boston Blue * Shipped 130,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Steady Flounder * Shipped 85,000 pounds per day on average * Inventory Steady
694DN081_SubTerminalImportsCod * Averaged 125,000 pounds per day * Supply steady Haddock * Averaged 75,000 pounds per day * Supply increased from previous month Boston Blue * Averaged 100,000 pounds per day * Supply steady Flounder * Averaged 65,000 pounds per day * Supply steady
695DN081_SubTerminalImportsCod * Averaged 130,000 pounds per day * Supply increased from previous month Haddock * Averaged 65,000 pounds per day * Supply decreased from previous month Boston Blue * Averaged 125,000 pounds per day * Supply increased from previous month Flounder * Averaged 65,000 pounds per day * Supply remains steady
696DN081_SubTerminalImportsCod * Averaged 145,000 pounds per day * Supply increased from previous month Haddock * Averaged 55,000 pounds per day * Supply decreased from previous month Boston Blue * Averaged 125,000 pounds per day * Supply steady, expected to fall in October due to migration Flounder * Averaged 75,000 pounds per day * Supply increased from previous month
697DN082_FoodTerminalLooks like we're pretty well stocked on canned food for right now. The last raid on a caravan seems to have paid off. Water supply is good, a few rads ain't gonna hurt anyone. As usual, we're running low on liquor and beer. I convinced everyone to hold off on the partying so we can keep all the clear liquor for "medical purposes" next time someone gets shot or needs a limb taken off. Brown liquors are still fair game, so no one seemed to complain. I've gotta say, we've made a good little life for ourselves down here. It beats getting scorched to death back by those nut jobs in Saugus, that's for damn sure. So long as no one pisses off our mean, green neighbors up in West Everett, I think we could make a go of it down here.
698DN082_FoodTerminalMotherfucker, I will NOT tell you again! I come down here and find us low on Dog Food, I will put a bullet in that empty skull of yours! I know you're the one eating it, you fucking moron. No one else eats that shit as long as we got other food. I should have left you to rot when I found you, Gus, don't you ever foget that.
699DN088_DeansSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[HMitchell] >> About Prof. Campbell You said to contact you if I saw Prof. Campbell doing anything strange. Well, he's been going to the Student Credit Union most evenings which seems a little weird. Also, I saw him and Leslie Mathews going over there on Saturday on my way to basketball practice. Isn't she one of his grad students? Oh, and Sandra said he had been asking at student records to find out Leslie's birthday. What's up with that? So... could we meet to talk about that Academic Probation now? - Henry Mitchell
700DN088_DeansSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[DParker] >> Can't reach the Colonel Dean Patterson, I'm sorry sir, but I wasn't able to get Colonel Rosemont on the phone for you. They me kept redirecting my call for hours and when I finally reached him and asked to put you on, he just said that he would "save you both the time and confirm that you don't have clearance" and hung up the phone. I tried to call back but they said that he's not taking any more calls right now and that if you want to speak with him you'll need to drive out to the base. - Doris Parker
701DN088_DeansSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[SCampbell] >> You don't have clearance Sorry Alan, but the deal is done. As Legal has probably told you by now, the military tends gets a bit upset if you try to wiggle out of a contract for them. And no, I can't tell you where the lab is or what my research is about because you don't have the clearance. You'll need to take that up with Col. Rosemont. Why are you making this personal? The university is making a bunch of money on this, and the research may be declassified eventually, in which case it would make you even more. - Prof. S. Campbell
702DN088_DeansSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[TRobinson] >> Construction under Admin? Dean Patterson, do you know what exactly the army is constructing under the Admin Building? They are making an awful lot of noise with those jack hammers! They told me I had to go through Prof. Campbell for inquiries, but he said it was classified. I asked if you had authorized this and he said to check his contract. Well Legal did and said that it's kind of a gray area that his lawyer added during negotiations. They also said that they tried to bring it up to you at the time, but that you went ahead and signed it anyway. I hope that grant money is worth all this hassle. - Theresa Robinson, Human Resources
703DN088_DeansSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[GSpencer] >> About my research Alan, I'm under no illusions that the real reason you wanted to bring me on as the head of the department was for my business contacts from the private sector. Just accept the grant money and let me do my research. I'm sure you'll skim some off for a new scoreboard or something equally useless. Oh, and I'm certain when you get back from your vacation and read this you'll check my contract and find that I DO have the authority to negotiate and accept grants for my department. Enjoy Maui. - Prof. S. Campbell
704DN088_GeraldsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[BStrickland] >> Keep Jaqcueline inside Gerald, I'm not saying this as the Mayor, but as your friend. I don't know if the visitor was from the Institute or not, but I know what a dangerous man looks like, and I don't want to call his bluff. Our people are scared and looking for someone to blame. It does seem like Jacqueline was the seed of this mess, so keep her out of sight till we get this sorted out. If your daughter does have that data, we should have it ready to turn over if need be. - Bert
705DN088_GeraldsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[MCole] >> What has your daughter done?! Gerald, how many times have I told you that daughter of yours would be the end of you? I've told you a thousand times, no good has ever come from messing prewar gobbledygook! If she were MY daughter I would have beaten some sense into her years ago. I'm almost glad Josephine isn't alive to see what a wreck your family has become. Shame on you Gerald Spencer! If my boys come to harm from this I will beat you to death myself! - Martha Cole
706DN088_GeraldsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[SCooper] >> Get out while you can Gerald, you know I love Jacqueline like she was my own granddaughter. It breaks my heart to say this, but I think the two of you should leave town. Just run for it, leave the commonwealth. You're still young enough to start over, and Jaqc is as smart as can be. I still hear more than people think, and I'm not hearing anything good. Even if this visitor is an impostor, I fear our own neighbors may turn on you first. - Sylvia
707DN088_GeraldSubTerminalJournalJosephine, I don't know what to do. Our daughter found something in the ruins, some sort of data. A man came to town and said he was from the Institute. He threatened the Mayor and the town is in an uproar. We don't know if this guy is real or not, but he seems dangerous and the rumors around town are almost worse. Someone accused Jaqueline of being a synth! People she's grown up with her whole life and now they want to give her to this man, or throw her out of town, or worse.
708DN088_GeraldSubTerminalJournalYou would be so proud. Jacq (that's what she likes to go by now) well she found your old notes about the mail relay and begged me for weeks to take her into the flooded area when I went to hunt Lurks so she could try to find the parts she needed. Well, she must have found what you had been looking for, cause she actually got this mail relay thing working. We can send each other letters across town. Not sure why we wouldn't just walk over and talk to the person, but it's certainly more than I was doing at fourteen.
709DN088_GeraldSubTerminalJournalJosephine. It's been three years since you died, and I still think about you every single day. I wish you could see how much Jacqueline has grown. Last week was her sixth birthday and I gave her your old toolbox like you had always planned. The next day I found that she had disassembled half the stuff in the store. She looks so much like you now. I miss you so much.
710DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalJournalMom's birthday was yesterday. Dad and I left flowers on her grave. He was telling stories about her and I kind of mentioned that I don't really remember what she looked like any more. He said it was okay, but I can hear him sobbing in his room. Ugh, I can't take this right now. I'm gonna go scavenging in the flooded area. Still haven't replaced my secondary hard disk after it blew out last week, may be I can find a new one. Sylvia also said that her network port has been acting up.
711DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalJournalLooks like Dad has stopped crying. Hope he didn't realize I snuck back there by myself. I've gotten so good that the Lurks don't even know I'm there. I didn't manage to find a replacement port for Sylvia, but I DID manage to pull a hard disk out of a large console in one of the lecture halls. Some of the data on it even seems to be intact. I'm going to poke around before I reformat. Who knows, maybe there is something interesting on it.
712DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalJournalOh man this is big. I managed to get part of the data off that hard disk and it seems to be some research about reactor efficiency. Part of it was corrupt, but I might be able to find the rest somewhere else. There was a caravan passing through so I figured I'd see what I might get if I could find the rest of it. He said to the right person, that kind of thing might be worth several hundred caps! We agreed to a 25/75 cut if he can find a buyer. Now I just need to figure out how to get the rest of the data!
713DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalJournalUGH. I haven't been able to make any progress with finding the data, and the Lurks have started laying eggs again. And to make matters worse, Dad just got back from some council meeting and somehow found out I had been searching the flooded area. He locked everything up and said I'm not allowed to do any scavenging. I tried to explain about the data, and he listened, but then started acting weird and told me to go to my room and not to come down till he sorts things out. What is going on??
714DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalJournalOh god, what did I do?! I've been getting mail from everyone in town saying that the Institute is coming and asking if it's my fault! Someone even accused me of being a synth! Somehow they must have found out about the reactor research, but it's not even complete. Dad said that it was probably just some scammer or a raider trying to trick us, but I don't know... What if it really IS the Institute? I need to get back in there and find that data somehow.
715DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[GSpencer] >> No More Scavenging Jacqueline, I'm serious, no more scavenging until this thing with the council blows over. I know people are scared, but I think this guy the Mayor talked to is just a con man. The Institute hasn't shown up in a long time, why would they now? I've been calming things down around town, and I think I've got enough support that I can block anything crazy in the vote tonight. I'm not mad at you, but I want you to stay home and just don't stir anything up for right now. Love, Dad
716DN088_JaqcsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[POwens] >> You stupid girl Do you have any idea what you've done?! You dumb brats think that just because they haven't attacked anyone in years that it's something we all made up, but now the Institute is going to come and kill us all! Did you even think about that you selfish little bitch? Your father says you don't have this data they're after but if that's the case, then for all we know you're actually working for the Institute.
717DN088_LabTerminalProgress on the project has been slow so far, mostly because the Dean has been having Prof. Campbell tailed to try to figure out where the lab is. Curtis brought up the idea of giving us unrestricted access to the lab, but Prof. Campbell said that he needs to make sure things are established and safe first. Thus far we've had trouble in containing the plasmon scattering from the electron beam. I've checked and rechecked the professors calculations and they seem good, but it just doesn't replicate in our practicals.
718DN088_LabTerminalProgress has improved now that Curtis and I have full access to the lab. My parents think I've gotten a job at the credit union and have been pushing me to go into banking. If they knew Mr. Rivera is actually a sergent undercover, they would flip. We've been having much better results with containing the plasmons since we decided to try focusing the electron beam down to around 200 nm. The scattering patterns are showing up with much better grouping on the Cathodeluminescence graph. At this scale it may not end up being any good for reactor containment, but we might at least be able to improve energy consumption for small industrial or weaponry uses. I can't believe Prof. Campbell used my birthday as the password, or that Curtis had to look it up!
719DN088_LabTerminalI don't know what's going on out there. Curtis and I were in early on Saturday so we could try to get through the days experiments in time to go catch a movie when we heard the sirens. Some sort of EMP knocked out the power for a few minutes and Sgt. Rivera told us to stay in the lab and not to leave till he gave us the all clear. But it's been three days and we can hear explosions going off. Prof. Campbell was supposed to be in around noon, but never showed up and our friends and parents are out there. Curtis says everything will be okay, but I can see in his eyes that he's just trying to keep it together.
720DN088_LabTerminalWe've been in here a few weeks now according to the date on the terminal. An explosion took out the tunnel to the parking garage just after I made my last log entry. It's quieter, but every few hours we still hear explosions. We've decided to try to continue the research. If we are at war it might help, and if nothing else it will help us pass the time. I've been thinking that if we adjust the angle to the parabolic reflector and focus the electron beam even further it might get us what we need. Prof. Campbell had the lab stocked with plenty of food and water so we should be safe here for at least a few more weeks.
721DN088_LabTerminalSmall scale seemed to be the right direction. We brought the wavelength down to around 75 nm and have been getting a pretty impressive capture rate. Both of the prototypes are running at a much higher capacity. We ran out of food a couple days ago, and only have a couple cans of water left, so we have no choice but to to leave the lab. We've no idea what we'll find out there or if anyone is still alive, but we've decided to leave one of the prototypes here, in case Prof. Campbell made it out, so he'd know we finish it. Maybe its a futile gesture, but Curtis agreed with me. He asked me to marry him. If there's anything left out there. I said yes.
722DN088_MayorsSubTerminalCouncil* Special session brought to order * Mayor addresses the town regarding visitor ** Visitor claims to be agent of the Institute ** claims the settlement is in possession of valuable prewar tech ** heard that it was found by a girl, Jacqueline Spencer? * Floor opened for discussion ** Gladys Maxwell asks how we can be sure this isn't a trick ** Pete Owens suggests that Jacqueline be given up to spare the town ** Gerald Spencer threatens Pete, minor fight breaks out, quicky quelled * Mayor regains order ** Issue to be brought to vote tomorrow night * Meeting Adjourned
723DN088_MayorsSubTerminalCouncil* Meeting brought to order * Council votes on crop export limits ** Export limits capped at 20% of yeald * Cody Cole found playing in credit union vault ** Council votes to forgo punishment at this time ** Council votes to change vault password ** New Password: Mirelurkcakes * Meeting Adjourned
724DN088_MayorsSubTerminalCouncil* Meeting brought to order * Discusses funding for an additional generator ** Funding appr0vmwajgj0 jgi0wj03h90 weanhvbwaepnjtibteprwnmaj8hbtn8pwajnbtrwajtpinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybinmybhraju0yu0ypu0ypwn39hyb0w3m95pujm88888888888888nhm5pbwu890nmhbuyw0854nhbymu5w480nuhyb9wn5uh9ybn3m5u9y0n4buj5ywn3pouq950nh9yw3m05pwuihn9wn3muh9705mk4e8h9pb7ijm59or;dujnhmywk49puh95b7777777777777777777777tm0pw495hu76n39wj5i;hynwejtybl;wi4t3m5pjyinhw5'mjniyp45n ::: System Error::: File corruption detected.
725DN088_MayorsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[MLawson] >> Giving up our kids? Mayor Strickland, Betty said that Martha told her you've been having secret meetings with agents from the Institute and agreed to give them our children. Then Will told me he heard that the Institute have a nuke planted somewhere and they are going to detontate it if we don't give them the whole harvest. What is going on?? - Martin Lawson
726DN088_MayorsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[CCole] >> Sorry about Martha Mayor Strickland, I asked Martha to wait and see what you and the Council figure out rather than going on rumors, but well, you know how she is. I'm sure you got an earful, I know I have. Look it's not my place to say really, but I think you'd better try to get ahead of this. Martha and Perry are spreading rumors pretty fast so you'd probably better call a town meeting. - Cody Cole
727DN088_MayorsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[MCole] >> The Institute!? Mayor Strickland, What is all this I've been hearing about how the Institute is going to attack if we don't give them Jacqueline? I understand that your children are grown and moved away, but I have children here. How dare you keep information like this from us!? We have a right to know about threats to our safety. - Martha Cole
728DN088_MayorsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[GSpencer] >> Jacqueline Bert, I wish you had come to me about this first. My daughter is a smart girl and you know that. Heck she's the one who figured out how to wire into the old University Mail Relay in the first place! What proof do we have that this guy was from the Institute anyway? If she told some trader she had some valuable data, that guy might be working with your visitor. This is probably just a con, but now you've got Perry involved and he is going to be out for blood. - Gerald
729DN088_MayorsSubTerminalMail2285.8.12.17:42 Sender:[POwens] >> The girl has to go Godammit Bert, I can't believe you are hiding behind the "Council Charter" at a time like this. That damned Spencer girl is the one who brought the Institute down on us and if we can't give them what they want they will wipe us off the map. These kids may not believe in them, but I know your sister was killed by Synths. If she doesn't give over the data they want, I say give her to them. They can take it out of her hide instead of ours. - Perry
730DN088_ProfsSubTerminalLecture-- Undergraduate Class -- Grade vacuum tube circuit layouts and in class review for the midterm. -- Graduate Class -- Continue Lecture from last week about sub-wavelength phenomena and plasmonic excitations. Discuss how these concepts may be used in the future for more optimized circuitry. NOTE: Remind Curtis that he should find out when Leslie's birthday is, and that she wanted to meet him at the Credit Union at 7pm.
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732DN088_ProfsSubTerminalMail2077.10.22.17:34 Sender:[CMarsh] >> Lab time Took me forever to figure out what you meant about Leslie's birthday. It was a good idea, but we haven't been dating that long, I had to look it up in the student records in the front office (don't tell her that). Anyway, while I was there I overheard that Dean Patterson has an alumni dinner this weekend so he should out of your hair. See you Saturday. - Curtis Mathews
733DN088_ProfsSubTerminalMail2077.10.21.10:44 Sender:[APatterson] >> Leslie Mathews I've got you now, you snake. You think I wouldn't notice how often you visit the Student Credit Union? I'm sure it's merely a coincidence that your Graduate student, Miss Mathews, is always on shift when you have to get something from your safe. You think it wouldn't reach me that you and she disappear for HOURS in the safe? If you don't tell me what the construction was, and what your research is about I will be going straight to the press and the police. - A. Patterson, Dean
734DN088_ProfsSubTerminalMail2077.10.20.18:03 Sender:[CMarsh] >> More time for the project Proffessor Campbell, I understand the need for secrecy sir, but don't you think that we could get more work done if you gave Leslie and I access to the research with out you having to be there? That accident was weeks ago and you said yourself it was due to a bad fuse. Leslie said she saw the Dean skulking around following you yesterday and it is going to get harder to get work done if he is tailing you all the time. Col. Rosemont sounded pretty serious about wanting the research as soon as possible. - Curtis Marsh
735DN088_ProfsSubTerminalMail2077.10.8.15:23 Sender:[APatterson] >> Regarding Col. Rosemont Goddammit Stuart, you aren't worming your way out of this. This Col. Rosemont you insisted I needed clearance from is nearly as insufferable as you are. When I went to see him he claimed your research was classified and had me escorted from the base. You think you are so clever, but I know this is just one your old army buddies helping you pull a trick. Don't think I won't be talking to our lawyers. - A. Patterson, Dean
736DN088_ProfsSubTerminalMail2077.9.29.15:23 Sender:[APatterson] >> I have a right to know Mr. Campbell, First of all, you do not have my permission to call me by my first name, I am the Dean here and you would do well to remember that. Secondly, what is this I've been hearing about you and officers from the army performing unauthorized construction under the Administrative Building while I was on vacation? This is absolutely unacceptible. You will explain to me at once what the meaning of this is and what you are researching. - A. Patterson, Dean
737DN088_ProfsSubTerminalMail2077.9.15.15:23 Sender:[APatterson] >> I have a right to know Mr. Campbell, It has come to my attention that you were contacted by the Army regarding your research. I am the one running this university and I have the right to know and approve all research programs. I know that your colleages hold you in high regard and that when we brought you on last year your contract guarenteed you tenure, but you don't want to make an issue of this with me. I am leaving this afternoon on my vacation, but when I get back in two weeks I expect to be fully apprised of the research. - A. Patterson, Dean
738DN088_ProfsSubTerminalResearchEDITED: 2207.10.12.17:42 Really Alan? You're going through my terminal now? I told you that my research was classified. Quit being a pathetic worm and just mind your own business.
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740DN088_StudentRecordsSubTerminal02Student Name Date of Birth Current GPA Gibson, Justin 6/23/2048 3.2 Green, Lyle 10/2/2051 3.5 Guzman, Larry 7/30/2054 3.8 Hampton, Sue 2/6/2050 2.5 Hodges, Toby 3/17/2055 2.7 Hogan, James 8/18/2051 3.0 Keller, Otis 1/4/2052 1.9 Lawson, Shane 10/23/2053 3.3 Lee, Constance 11/9/2049 3.8 Long, Blake 5/7/2050 3.7 Mathews, Leslie 12/4/2058 4.1 Marsh, Curtis 6/14/2052 3.8 Moody, Alan 12/25/2050 3.3 Mullins, Chad 9/15/2051 3.6
741DN088_StudentRecordsSubTerminal02Student Name Date of Birth Current GPA Norman, Nell 6/23/2048 3.3 Nichols, Jennie 1/4/2052 2.9 OMalley, Greg 11/9/2049 3.1 Poole, Steve 10/23/2053 3.0 Pope, Timothy 8/18/2051 2.8 Reeves, Gil 10/2/2051 1.6 Ruiz, Maurice 7/30/2054 3.2 Payne, Darren 2/6/2050 2.7 Peters, Richard 3/17/2055 3.7 Reeves, Gil 5/7/2050 4.0 Reynolds, Will 9/9/2051 3.7 Roberts, Jeffrey 12/4/2058 1.4 Stanley, Brad 6/14/2052 3.8 Shultz, Hannah 12/25/2050 3.6
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755DN091_JournalTerminalThis will be my first and only entry. I identify myself as a free-thinking citizen of these once great United States. I will not stand idly by as the government infects the minds of its people with devices like the "electrical tower" they've erected in my front lawn. I pledge to take down this mind control device by any means necessary, and have begun construction on an incendiary device. If you are reading this, I have certainly been killed or detained in a government interrogation camp. The news will surely warp the truth and brand me a communist traitor. Do not believe their lies. Let all true patriots know that what I do, I do of my own free will and for the good of my country.
756DN094_NahantLabSubTerminalThis is insane. An increase in average mass by 14% in crabs and 12% in lobsters is not something to be celebrated! If this trend continues, the additional food necessary to sustain the shellfish population could lead to colony collapse! I've tried again to bring our findings about the growth and mutations to the press and those assholes at GNN just took our findings and spun them into a story about how great shellfish season is going to be.
757DN094_NahantLabSubTerminalThis is the 14th month in a row that we have seen a continued increase in toxicity in barnicles and cod. This raises the average month over month increase to 34% compared to those in the control tanks. We've tried contacting the Boston Port Authority, but they refuse to take or return our calls.
758DN094_NahantLabSubTerminalThis is very strange. One of my colleagues sent us a sample from Lake Quannapowitt asking for independant verification to compare against his findings. The radiation and toxicity levels are 15 times higher than the sample we had from last year, and well over safe levels for people to be swimming. I've sent our report back to him to confirm his findings.
759DN094_NahantLabTerminalCasey, I can't find the keys to your office and I need to print out more of the signup sheets and info pamphlets for the harbor blockade. Did you leave them in the ship again? -Jim
760DN094_NahantOfficeTerminalWe will be shutting down for the last week of October while the bulk of our staff is in Monterey for the National Aquatic Protection Symposium. I will be remaining here to continue preperation for the harbor blockade to protest the war the first week of November. Remaining staff members, please use the week to coordinate with volunteers to get more sign ups for the blockade. I will be working out of the research lab this week if you need to find me. Dr. Casey Reed PS: Jim, please remember to power down the robots before you leave for the weekend.
761DN094_NahantOfficeTerminalHere at the Nahant Oceanological Society we strive to save our oceans by researching the longterm effects of radioactive exposure on aquatic life and working with the community to raise public awareness. We believe that companies such as Poseiden and General Atomics have gone unchecked too long and that radical action is neccessary to protect our world from a horrific future.
762dn097_subterminal01My argument with Carol delayed my arrival, but I got a pretty good view of the sunset from the road. Getting the generator and lamps going in the dark was a real pain. I guess city life has made me soft, ha! Don't remember my old man ever having to set up in pitch black, but then again I can't recall mom ever delaying the trip ever. But, what are you gonna do, huh? First year in the old cabin alone. The silence is just what I need. This kind of solitary should leave me free to work on the novel that's been kicking around my head all these years. Going to grab some shut eye and then I'll get started in the morning!
763dn097_subterminal01Rose earlier than expected to the sounds of construction work. It seems they've begun work on a rock quarry up the road since coming here last year. No matter, just a bump in the road. I can work through it. I'm sure Steinbeck and Hemingway didn't work in total silence. Surely I can work this into the narrative somehow, give the main character an edge. Yeah, that's the ticket.
764dn097_subterminal01God DAMN it! What kind of sweatshop are they running over there? They work into the late hours of the night, I can't escape their constant hammering and digging. When I get back to the city, I'm going to lodge a formal complaint. There's no way those are union hours. I can hear it now. "Maybe if you were a better writer, you could work through it." Well, Carol, this is nothing compared to your banshee wails. If I can ignore your constant nagging, I can work through this. Back to the book, I'll deal with the quarry morons later.
765dn097_subterminal01Ralph Something-ski, that was the foreman's name. I'm writing it here for my formal complaint. Something Polish. Idiot yelled right in my face and told me to get out of his! I hope the asshole falls into the quarry. I hope all of them do! Then maybe then I could get some peace and quiet around here. Can't get it at home, that's for sure. Spent some time shooting cans off the picnic tables. Then started taking out some of the crabs scurrying around river. If I'd had a son, I could teach him how to shoot just like Dad taught me. Instead, I got only daughters. Not good for anything, are you, Carol? Dear God, they're at it AGAIN! JESUS, I can't stand this racket!
766dn097_subterminal02To my wife, Carol, and my darling daughters. You are the source of my inspiration.
767dn097_subterminal02Chapter 1 Dead of Night As the Captain steered the ship, he
768DN102_1FScienceTerminalAccessing prototype device... done. Verifying build integrity... complete. Commencing test. Please take appropriate safety precautions.
769DN102_1FScienceTerminalAccessing prototype device... done. Shutting down.
770DN102_1FScienceTerminalAccessing prototype device... done. Prototype ID: Suppressor Firmware: v0.062.101 Electrical Output: 1450V/0.6A/500J Status: INACTIVE Product Objective: Non-lethal target suppression via electrical discharge.
771DN102_1FScienceTerminalAccessing prototype device... done. Prototype ID: Suppressor Firmware: v0.062.101 Electrical Output: 1450V/0.6A/500J Status: ACTIVE Product Objective: Non-lethal target suppression via electrical discharge.
772DN102_1FScienceTerminal_ReportsTest Protocol: 59-211-01 Product: HalluciGen Gas Goal: Riot Pacification Delivery Vehicle: Type-II Fragmentation Grenade Report: - 2/5 injured by grenade explosion (1 seriously). - 5/5 suffered traumatic adrenal gland rupture due to gas exposure, resulting in hallucinations, erratic behavior, increased aggression (frenzy). - 4/5 killed in ensuing melee. - 1/5 died due to heart failure. Similar to previous tests. At the concentrations required for wide-area dispersal, massive adrenaline surges occur. Recommend revising the chemical substrate.
773DN102_1FScienceTerminal_ReportsTest Protocol: 27-391-04 Product: HalluciGen Irradicator Goal: Field Decontamination Delivery Vehicle: Class-IV Ventilators (x4) Report: - 49/50 biochemical contaminants neutralized. - 3/3 subjects suffered lethal doses of radiation. - Test chamber heavily irradiated. All panels and insulation replaced. Consider reclassifying for lethal weapons research. Irradicator power supply requires further development; current 2-ton weight unsuitable for field deployment.
774DN102_2FAccountingTerminalHallucigen, Inc. Releases Third Quarter Financials *DRAFT 1 - Not for Public Release* HalluciGen, Inc. reported a net operating loss of $1.8 billion for the third quarter. HalluciGen, now in its third year of operation, aspires to be the world leader in cutting-edge nonlethal technology for police and military use. HalluciGen President and CEO Eric Rice stated: "This has been a difficult quarter, with significant delays in several major product lines. Nonetheless, we remain optimistic about the potential of our research, and hope to achieve a positive cash flow within the next two years."
775DN102_2FAccountingTerminalHallucigen, Inc. Releases Third Quarter Financials *DRAFT 2 - Not for Public Release* HalluciGen, Inc. is pleased to report third quarter revenue of $1.1 billion. HalluciGen, now in its third year of operations, aspires to be the world leader in cutting-edge nonlethal technology for police and military use. HalluciGen President and CEO Eric Rice stated: "Our long-term contracts have provided us with a strong financial foundation. In the current global political climate, we expect a tremendous demand for our products in the months and years ahead."
776DN102_CEOTerminalAppointment Calendar for Monday, October 25th, 2077 09:00 - Senior staff briefing 10:30 - Review third quarter financials w/ Paul 11:00 - Lunch w/ Damien 12:30 - Human Subjects protocol review w/ Dr. Everill, Ethics Review Board. (Offer water?) 14:00 - Greet VIP: Col. Thomas Nelson, US Army (SCYTHE) 14:30 - Review slides for procurement conference 16:00 - Post-demo sales meeting w/ Col. Nelson
777DN102_DeconHallwayTerminalAccessing Decontamination Arches... done. Initializing Decontamination Process... done. Decontamination in progress. Please instruct personnel to proceed into the decontamination chamber.
778DN102_DeconHallwayTerminalAccessing Decontamination Arches... done. Terminating Decontamination Process... done.
779DN102_DevelopmentLabTerminalTest Results Product: InvisiWave Date: 10/25 Third test a complete success. Admiral was impressed, inquired about shipboard installations. DM: Your 'InvisiWave' is five mirrors, two hacked Stealth Boys, and a trap door. Makes for a splashy demo, but you really crossed the line this time. Sales wants two hundred units by December. Good luck with that.
780DN102_DevelopmentLabTerminalTest Results Product: Irradicator Date: 10/25 All biological and chemical contaminants destroyed. Subject and test chamber received 5100 rads radiation. Observers left the viewing room before subject's skin disintegrated. Test chamber stripped and reconstructed. DM: So you've built a two-ton machine that irradiates people? What part of 'hand-held field decontaminator' did you not understand? Points for getting the VIPs out before things got messy, though.
781DN102_DevelopmentLabTerminalTest Results Product: Dispersant Date: 10/18 Subject survived test, failed to recover from treatment. Ran screaming at sight of own child in waiting room. Police still in pursuit. Update: 10/20: Apprehended. Subject institutionalized. DM: Dispersant is supposed to *stop* riots, not start them. This entire line of research is a joke. I'm transferring the project to Karyn. Send her your files and destroy your samples. Then clean out your desk.
782DN102_DevelopmentLabTerminalTest Results Product: HalluciGen Gas Date: 10/18 Despite new formulation, gas still caused traumatic adrenal gland rupture and frenzy in 4/5 subjects. One survived initial exposure and began to acclimate before being beaten to death by the other subjects. DM: Adjust dosage, retest. At least this is making progress. If marketing would just position this as a military-grade chemical weapon, we'd be done here. Would make a good grenade or artillery shell.
783DN102_DevelopmentLabTerminalTest Results Product: Suppressor Date: 10/17 Subjects successfully incapacitated. Paralysis appears to be permanent. Transferred to Medford Memorial for monitoring. DM: You were the LEAD ENGINEER on the damn Mesmetron, and you can't even get crowd pacification right? With one of your own prototypes to reverse-engineer? What, did they mezz you on the way out? You're the highest-paid researcher here. I expected better.
784DN102_MainframeTerminalMainframe Status 1/10 Servers: Normal 4/10 Servers: No Response / Disconnected 5/10 Serrvers: Critical Failure 1 Administrator(s) and 0 User(s) are active. WARNING: Critical system failures have been detected. Replace the affected machines as soon as possible to prevent data loss.
785DN102_MainframeTerminalResetting all passwords on the network... done. All terminal passwords have now been reset to: Admin-3.
786DN102_ObservationTerminalHalluciGen Observation Lab Procedure v.2.25, 6/22/77 - Greet VIPs. - Introduce HalluciGen, relevant products. - Activate automated demonstration system. - Observe automated demonstration. When malfunctions occur, trigger a different demonstration to switch focus. - In the event of catastrophic failure, or immediately following tests of the Irradicator, escort VIPs to the conference room for a marketing presentation. - Clear labs of test subjects, blood, fluids. - After a test of the Irradicator, notify Facilities to replace the test chamber.
787DN102_ObservationTerminalTerminating lockdown procedure... done. Releasing test chamber maglocks... done. An Emergency Alert remains in effect. Please evacuate all test subjects.
788DN102_ReceptionistTerminalHalluciGen Test Subject Intake Procedure v.1.35, 8/12/77 - Request ID. Cross-check with the day's test schedule. Verbally confirm that the visitor is a test subject, not a client. - Offer refreshments. - Instruct subjects to fill out intake forms 12-A through 12-H. This should allow sufficient time for the sedatives in the water to take effect. - Notify the appropriate lab personnel. - When instructed, complete form 12-I (dismissal), 12-J (accident report), or 12-K (fatal accident report).
789DN102_ReceptionistTerminalHalluciGen Chemical Emergency Procedure Version 1.00, 3/15/76 In the unlikely event of a major chemical leak: - Executive staff should evacuate immediately. - Science staff should terminate any ongoing experiments. If test subjects are present, the lab manager shall determine whether to lock down the test chambers or evacuate them. - Clerical staff should escort executives to safety, then evacuate. Due to HalluciGen's in-building air recycling system, chemical agents may take days or weeks to disperse naturally. Do not attempt to reenter the building until cleared to do so.
790DN102_TestLab2TerminalActivating localized security override... done. Maglock released. Opening door...
791DN103TerminalSecurityDOn'T TOUch ANYthing! UsE the ROOF ACCESS, we DON'T waNT THIs floor WAKING UP TOo. --- Cutty
792DN103_TerminalFrontPump Status: OFFLINE Maintenance access available.
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794DN103_TerminalSublevelTHe gODDAMN MirELURKS triggered SECURITY doWN here, UsE the ROOF AccESS. --- Cutty
795DN104_TerminalMessage Sent October 22, 2077 Attn: _EntireStaff -- Reminder that tomorrow is "Bring Your Kid to Work Day". Although it's against protocol to bring children into the plant, we've decided this year we will allow two children in at a time for a quick tour. If you'd like to participate, there is a sign-up sheet near the front door. We will have chaperons outside to help with those that want the tour, but have more than two kids. As always, be safe. - Management
796DN104_Terminal Date: October 23, 2077 -- Malfunction at Reservoir Pumping Station ...Automated Emergency Shutoff Initiated ...Automated Emergency Shutoff Completed -- Contact Operating Manager Immediately --
797DN107_ArmyTerminal01Officers from the Boston Police DO NOT have clearance to enter the depot warehouse, and are not permitted to be snooping around under any circumstances. I don't care if they brought you dinner and joke around with you. I've been informed that there is a current investigation into ration shortages in their unit and I'm not going to have a problem with their men getting pinned on us. And if you see Det. McDonnell near the warehouse again, you are to place him under military arrest and bring him to me. - Sgt. J. Reise, 708th Infantry Div.
798DN107_ArmyTerminal01Receiving Manifest for the week of: <2077.10.17> Gross units receiving Food -------------------- 28 Medical supplies -------- 10 Alcohol ----------------- 20 Tobacco ----------------- 15 Textiles ---------------- 14 Coolant ----------------- 12
799DN107_ArmyTerminalSubMemos1Perry, Look pal, that partner of yours is sticking his nose where it shouldn't be. If he keeps sniffing around the tracks, he's liable to get hit by a train. We clear? I've got the stuff moved down to into the utility tunnels, and it's burning a hole in my pocket. I don't want to hear any more excuses how hard it is to fence. People will pay top dollar for this stuff. -Reise
800DN107_PDTerminal01Attention officers, It has been brought to my attention that there have been complaints again about shortages and missing items. Most likely this is just some civies trying to weasel a bit more out of the system, but make sure to keep an eye on the lines. If I see another news story about pickpockets stealing medical supplies from old ladies right under our noses again, I will personally make sure you are stuck doing paperwork on terminals from the last century for the rest of the year. - Sgt. S. Randall, Boston PD 3rd Prec.
801DN107_PDTerminal01Shifts are to be scheduled by Det. Perry from BPD, in conjunction with Sgt. Reise from the Army Reserves. There will be at least two officers present during distribution hours (07:00 - 19:00). Army personnel are responsible for loading and unloading goods from the train; Police personel for checking receiving ledgers and distributing rations to civilians.
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804DN107_PDTerminalSubIncidentCase # - 3464608y Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occured 8/16/2077 3:42pm 8/16/2077 3:38pm Incident Type Location Assault, Theft Ration Site #6 Reporting Officer Crowley, Jackson ------------------------------------------------ Persons Role Name Offender Paine, Tommy Offender Franklin, Brad Witness DeMarco, June ------------------------------------------------ This is where the description of the incedent would go. We talk about a dust up between the two offendors. The Witness says he saw the whole thing. Both offenders were issued tickets. Mr. Franklin was detained and brought in for priors.
805DN107_PDTerminalSubMemos1Perry, That sonovabitch Reise caught me trying to have a look in the warehouse and that asshole actually drew his weapon on me! I know you guys were friends as kids, but I'm telling you that guy is dirty. Look, I don't want to escalate things worse than they already are, but you gotta help me out here. Lean on him a bit, see if he'll let you in the warehouse to have a look around. These people need those supplies. -McDonnell
806DN107_PDTerminalSubShiftsShipment Recieved Distributed Steak Cram Cigarettes Powered Milk
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808DN109_TerminalClintSubIntelI sent some scouts down the highway to check for any other nearby threats, but the only only thing nearby seems to be the quarry up the inlet. Looks to be a group of Raiders, but with a good sniping position on the freeway, they wouldn't dare try to start a fight with us. Baker fired off a few rockets down at them, nothing major, just to make sure they know what they're dealing with.
809DN109_TerminalClintSubIntelI sent Tessa out with a squad to scout to the south, mostly to get her out of my hair for a while. They've reported that there's not much out there in the marsh other than an old factory. Looks to be inhabited by the greenskins. They might cause a problem eventually, but for now I don't think we need to pick a fight when we've got prisoners to deal with.
810DN109_TerminalClintSubIntelTurns out there's a group living at the garage out on the peninsula. Call themselves the Atom Cats, and they seem to be a pretty tight crew. The scouts have reported that their external fortifications are fairly weak, but they have several suits of Power Armor. Normally I'd say it isn't worth the trouble, but with the troops angry about losing the prisoners, it might be the distraction they need.
811DN109_TerminalClintSubLogsShame I couldn't convince Col. Hollis to see reason, but the attack plan worked all the same. Once we blew the support on the highway and took the high ground, there was nothing they could do. Garvey managed to escape with a group of the settlers, but the rest was just a bloodbath. I had them capture Col. Hollis alive so I could prove to my new troops that I'm done with the Minutemen. Even when I put the barrel to his head he still refused to see that this is just how the world works. If you want to bring order out of the chaos, you need strength to do it. The Minutemen don't have it any more. The Gunners do. Captain Wes assures me that the troops he's given me in exchange for breaking the siege will obey the chain of command, but two of the more senior troops are proving difficult.
812DN109_TerminalClintSubLogsThe detachment I sent after Garvey returned yesterday. They managed to pick off several more of the settlers before losing them in Jamaica Plains. Tessa is complaining that we let some of them get away, but she's still thinking like a raider. The Minutemen are done. Col. Hollis was the last leader they had of any worth and Preston certainly isn't going to be leading a counterattack with a bunch of wounded women and children.
813DN109_TerminalClintSubLogsWe've gotten our main camp set up on the freeway here so we can't be taken the way the Minutemen were, and I managed to get the radio tied into an old tower to establish contact with GNN. Tessa and Baker had a long talk with Captain Wes, and while Baker has fallen into line, Tessa seems to be even more subordinate. Now that we're pretty well established, and the troops are done setting up camp, I'm going to have to find other work for them to do. If they're busy, Tessa won't have time to rile them up. Maybe if I can keep her out of camp for a while the others will follow Baker's lead and stop questioning my commands. Captain Wes also said to check with the medic to get my blood type tattooed. Seems unnecessary, but if the gesture will convince them, it's probably worth a bit of pain.
814DN109_TerminalHollisLooks like we got here just in time. We ended up taking a group of Gunners from behind as we came into the town. Took out about a third, but at least a dozen ran off. Mayor Jackson was practically in tears when we came up, even let us use his own house as a barracks. Gotta say, it's nice to find the Minutemen wecomed like we were back in the old days for a change. Preston has been helping them get some better walls up, and the town mechanic has been invaluable. He even has a couple suits of Power Armor. If he can get them up and running it'd be a huge help. We don't have near enough manpower to hold the town if the Gunners return in force, but I can't tell anyone that. I've sent out word to try to get reinforcements from any other Minutemen out there. I hope at least Col. Marbury will be willing to help.
815DN109_TerminalHollisWe've gotten the walls in pretty good shape and filled the stairwell at the monorail platform. I've had Sturges working on getting some walkways set up across the rooftops, figure if they manage to breach the wall, we may be able to retreat up there for a counter-attack. The Gunners attack almost daily now, but we've got food and supplies enough that we can probably wait them out. Unfortunately, my call for reinforcements has been disappointing. Not a single person has shown up.
816DN109_TerminalHollisToday has been a terrible turn of events. One of our own, a ten-year veteran named Clint, showed up at the gate. I thought at first that he had come to tell us reinforcements were on the way, but it turns out the bastard has changed sides. He's apparently leading this group of Gunners who've been laying siege. He actually had the nerve to try to convince the mayor and me to stand down. I politely informed him that there was not a chance in Hell of that happening, and what I would do to his traitorous ass if he showed up again. If someone of his experience is leading them, we'd better be ready for anything.
817DN109_TerminalLongsI can't believe Mayor Jackson is actually trying to get the Minutemen out here based on Mama Murphy's drug crazed-hallucinations. Marcy tried to explain to him that she's just an old loon, and we've been refusing to sell her chems anymore, but she's even got Sturges convinced! Now we're going to have to board and feed a bunch of freeloaders with Laser Muskets, for nothing in return. Kyle's all excited and I'm going to have to break it to him that the Minutemen aren't actually like the stories he's heard.
818DN109_TerminalLongsI can't believe it, she was actually right. Sloan and Irma were working making repairs to the walls and saw them sneaking around by that old warehouse. We tried to scare them off, but they were still advancing on the monorail stairs. Then just when it looks like they are going to break through, the Minutemen actually showed up and drove them off! They're led by a man named Col. Hollis, and Kyle is completely awestruck. Said he is going to join them when he gets older and has been following them around like a puppy.
819DN109_TerminalLongsI can't believe this. None of the reinforcements Col. Hollis promised were on their way have shown up. The Gunners have been trying to find a way to get through the wall daily now. To make matters worse, while Kyle was following the Minutemen patrols around he caught a bullet in the leg. It only nicked the bone, but he's going to have trouble walking. If we even make it through this somehow.
820DN109_TerminalLongsSomething's going on. We thought at first that another of the Minutemen had shown up, since it seemed like Col. Hollis recognized him. The two of them went off to talk with Mayor Jackson in private. Not ten minutes later the man left and Col. Hollis followed him to the wall shouting about what he would do to deserters. Was that guy one of the Minutemen or not?
821DN109_TerminalSturgesI was out visiting some friends of mine down at the Atom Cats garage earlier, and they hooked me up with a sweet deal on couple suits of Power Armor.They're in rough shape, but nothing I can't fix up. We had to drag that one back here, since it won't start up at the moment, even with a fresh fusion core. I gotta find some way to thank Fenton for helping me out with that. Maybe I can pay off his tab at The Hole in the Wall. Well, maybe part of his tab anyway.
822DN109_TerminalSturgesI don't like this. Mama Murphy's been holed up in her room since that trader came through. She got a fresh stash of chems and when I went to make sure she's eating something she said she's been having "the Sight" again. Said she saw the town surrounded, then overrun. Our people dead in the streets or captured. It sounds crazy, but she's been right about things before, and we were able to convince Jackson to put out a call for the Minutemen. I just hope it's not too late.
823DN109_TerminalSturgesCol. Hollis rolled in with the Minutemen yesterday, and man did they ever get here in the nick of time. Took those Gunners from behind and had 'em running for the hills. Marcy's been making a fuss about how few showed up, but the Colonel has been assured us that others will come. In the meantime, Preston has been helping Sloan and me reinforce the walls. Shame that Power Armor is on the fritz again - sure would be a help carrying all that lumber.
824DN109_TerminalSturgesSgt. Baker here. Looks like this terminal is still working. Quite the set up that grease monkey's got here. I'm impressed how well Clint's plan worked. Guess I should say Lieutenant Clint. After he blew out the support, we were able to rush up onto the highway itself. With the cover of darkness and the height advantage we had things wrapped up in under an hour. A group of them managed to slip away. Good thing the Lt. sent a detachment after them or Tessa may have broken ranks and done it herself. Maybe if we can get these suits of Power Armor back in order it'll convince her to cool it.
825DN109_TerminalTessaThis is useless. We've went down into the parking lot and killed several of the scorps that came out, but there seem to be just as many today. We keep killing them, but they keep coming back. If we just keep away from them, they seem to leave us well enough alone, but Clint wants them cleared out of there.
826DN109_TerminalTessaRigged up some explosives at the parking lot so I could take a break and get up to camp for a bit. The power armor we found in that church has taken a beating from the scorps, so Baker helped me rig up some better armor for it. I was about to tell him how I feel about him, but the detachment we sent after the settlers showed up. Kinda lost the mood at that point.
827DN109_TerminalTessaI can't fucking believe this. That asshole Clint let those Minutemen get away with the settlers. He says they gave him the slip, but how do we know he isn't playing one side against the other? He betrayed the Minutemen, how can we trust that he isn't betraying us now for a better deal! I still can't believe Captain Wes gave that asshole the command.
828DN112_EugeneTerminal1st day in the marina. Ten days since the bombs fell, and the world has gone mad. Malcolm and I just might be able to pull this off. The boats are still in good condition. If we can get one of them up and running, we can escape the chaos of this war. I'm glad Malcolm is here. Family have to stick together... even if he is an annoying slob that slurps his coffee.
829DN112_EugeneTerminal20th day at Reeb. If that blasted fool thinks he can tell me what's what, he's got another thing coming. He needs me, and that means what I say goes: we are escaping SOUTH. That jackass is never going to fix the other boat without my expertise and parts. And for what? To head North, of all places. If he wasn't my own flesh and blood, I'd clobber his coffee-slurping, contrarian face with a wrench. I think he's doing it on purpose.
830DN112_EugeneTerminalHe's slurped his coffee for the last time, he must die. It's the only logical choice, and really he has no one to blame but himself. All I need are the parts from his boat, and I can escape this irradiated hell. I've been looking into the robot safety protocols, and I think I'll have a little birthday surprise for him.
831DN112_MalcolmTerminalWe just got to the marina today, it's hell outside. We should be able to fix one of these damn boats, and sail ourselves out of here. My uptight brother drives me nuts sometimes, but family sticks together, through thick and thin. We've got a lot of work to do, I need a cup of coffee.
832DN112_MalcolmTerminalDay 25. After I told that pinhead off, he stopped talking to me. We must go NORTH. That chicken shit has started leaving little notes everywhere instead. Two can play at that game.
833DN112_MalcolmTerminalDay 45. Well, it's our birthday tomorrow. Eugene wants to bury the hatchet, and I just might bury it in his back. I know a little trick with the robot security protocols. It'll make a nice birthday gift for that bastard... he'll never see it coming.
834DN116MilitaryBotTerminalThis holotape should accompany a Combat Sentry Prototype MKIV. is not responsible for any property damage, personal injury, or loss of life sustained while operating this Prototype. If you are not a member of or an associate of this prototype's owner, , you must destroy this holotape IMMEDIATELY and deny any existence of it or the accompanying Prototype.
835DN116RoboticsDisposalNotesWeird, more of those Protectrons with no arms or legs. How do you even miss that in production? Do they have robots building these robots or something? That's a scary thought!
836DN116RoboticsDisposalNotesRobots making robots is... yikes! We just got these Eyebots in the other day that were actually missing their eyes. Isn't that EYEronic? HA! Anyway, yeah, missing something like that they must have a lot of their own bots on staff or something.
837DN116RoboticsDisposalNotesThey just dropped some Sentry bots off. It doesn't look like there's ANYTHING wrong with them! Why would they just throw them away like this? I'm thinking about taking one of these things home and setting it up to mow my lawn for me. What do you think?
838DN116RoboticsDisposalNotesMore of those Protectrons missing everything. I heard from a couple of the other nearby sites that they keep getting them too. Someone made a BIG mistake. Weird that it's cheaper to dump them here than to send them back and attach some arms to 'em.
839DN116RoboticsDisposalNotesSome weird guys dressed in all black just dropped off a Sentry bot of some kind. They wouldn't say who they were. The thing looks like it's fully functional. They even had it drive itself into the yard and shut down! I looked in the trunk they threw next to it and it had a holotape in there. I'm thinking about seeing what's on it, but those guys in black have me pretty freaked out.
840DN116RoboticsDisposalNotesI was joking about taking one of those Sentry's home. DON'T look at that holotape. If those guys dumped it all here they had a good reason, and you probably don't want to get mixed up in it. We've got an easy job here. Come in a couple times a week, walk the perimeter, and go home. Don't let your curiousity screw that up!
841DN116RoboticsDisposalTerminal10/15/2077 --- 1 Prototype Sentry Bot, unknown issues 09/13/2077 --- 15 Protectrons, missing all limbs 07/22/2077 --- 4 Decomissioned Sentry Bots 06/15/2077 --- 8 Robobrains, IQ well below 80 06/08/2077 --- 14 Eyebots, vision sensors missing 05/24/2077 --- 9 Protectrons, missing all limbs 03/14/2077 --- 27 Defective Mr. Handy's, won't stop talking 11/16/2076 --- 12 Protectrons, missing all limbs
842DN117ProtectronParadeTerminal*The "Protectrons on Parade" program runs during these hours: **Sa/Su - 10a-3p **Thu/Fri. - 5p-7p *Specific instructions will be given for holidays or special events. *A backup unit has been provided. It is stored in the maintenance cabin in case of any outages. *Please contact RobCo HQ for replacement parts or technical support.
843DN120_TerminalFrontDeskSecurity Alert: Gladys Gladys has escaped 3 times now, I think she just does it to remind us she's still dangerous. I swear that lady has explosives hidden away in her room. These Mr. Handy's are driving me crazy, they consistently fail to check the fake bus stop outside for escapees. At some point the local police are going to figure out why our residents are wandering the streets.
844DN121_BossTerminalWeak recruits so far. They break instead of honing to an edge. May have to abandon operations in the Commonwealth altogether unless we uncover a better source.
845DN121_BossTerminalMet some of our neighbors. Call themselves "Gunners." Stronger. Sharper. Convinced a few to attempt the trials. Passed. Now they're Forged. Their leaders weren't pleased. There was some blood, but when they saw our resolve, they chose to negotiate. Wise. Now word has gotten around about the gang that beat the Gunners. Lots of new recruits. Seems we'll be staying in the Commonwealth after all.
846DN121_BossTerminalScrap shipments from Dunwich Borers have halted. Sent Bedlam to light the fire under the worms.
847DN121_BossTerminalAnother flawed candidate. Attempts to bribe his way in. But the blade he gave is impressive. I'll give him the trials. Even if he fails, I'll still have something to show for it.
848DN121_BossTerminalLibertalia has been wiped clean. No great feat in killing weaklings. Like to see the killers face the Forged.
849DN121_BossTerminalThe lunatic. Eliminated. Maybe the people of the Commonwealth are tougher than I thought.
850DN121_BossTerminalJared and his crew are dead. No suprise. Doubt he was even sober enough to enjoy the fight.
851DN121_TerminalOShameARSENIC CRIME: Cried out while treating wound. SENTENCE: Limb amputated. Exiled.
852DN121_TerminalOShameYANCEY CRIME: Refused to change name. SENTENCE: Fed to forge.
853DN121_TerminalOShameCHAMBER CRIME: Cheated during First Trial. SENTENCE: Offender and family fed to forge.
854DN121_TerminalOShameDAMAGE CRIME: Ran from battle. SENTENCE: Fed to forge.
855DN121_TerminalOShameDUKE CRIME: Died without permission during Second Trial. SENTENCE: Fed to forge.
856DN121_TerminalOShameHOOD CRIME: Caught stealing rations. SENTENCE: Fed molten iron.
857DN121_TerminalOShameHAVOC CRIME: Gave meds to enemy. SENTENCE: Flayed until death.
858DN121_TerminalOShameRAMPART CRIME: Allowed enemies to escape battle. SENTENCE: Branded. Exiled.
859DN121_TerminalOShameRIFE CRIME: Caught sleeping during watch. SENTENCE: Eyes fed to Mirelurks. Exiled.
860DN121_TerminalOShameRIPTIDE CRIME: Cried out during Final Trial. SENTENCE: Fed to forge.
861DN121_TerminalOShameVIPER CRIME: Refused to execute civilian. SENTENCE: Family executed. Exiled.
862DN125_CheckpointBravoSubTerminalDate: 05 Sep 2077 Subject: Jones, Philip and Sarah (wife) Status: Cleared without Incident Notes: Subject ex-military, US Marine. Cooperation noted. Search yielded nothing of note, personal luggage and one musical instrument; trombone. Contents of vehicle matched the subjects story.
863DN125_CheckpointBravoSubTerminalDate: 24 Sep 2077 Subject: Buczynsky, Donald Status: Cleared without Incident Notes: Subject reported as church pastor. Attire matched story. Inspector found no need for further interrogation, subjet was cleared.
864DN125_CheckpointBravoSubTerminalDate: 02 Oct 2077 Subject: Dearing, Keith and Kennedy, Collin Status: Cleared with Minor Incident Notes: Trunk of vehicle contained miscellaneous camera equipment and general tools. Subjects briefly detained and questions. Produced all proper permits for filming within city limits. Incident filed with HQ, subjects allowed passage.
865DN125_CheckpointBravoSubTerminalDate: 11 Oct 2077 Subject: Wu, Michael and Jennifer (wife), son George Status: Detained Notes: Subjects displayed suspicious behavior, resulting in a full inspection, including dismantling the vehicle. Despite a lack of contraband and a full apology from the inspection lead, the subjects began acting aggressively, including yelling at soldiers in a foreign language (most likely Chinese). Subjects were detained and Military Police was contacted in accordance with the field manual.
866DN125_CheckpointBravoTerminalDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Echo Company, 104th Infantry Regiment MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD Subject: Search and Seizure Procedure Effective 01 Aug 2077, all vehicles traveling through designated checkpoint must submit to a full stop and inspection. Inspections may include the stripping and deconstruction of suspicious vehicles. Citizens are to wait inside the designated areas during inspection, avoiding communication at all times. At no time will they be allowed to tamper with the vehicle until an inspection has ended. Magazines and other approved periodicals may be made available during the waiting period. A civilian may leave once the inspection is passed. Should an inspection result in an inoperable vehicle, the vehicle and/or all parts will be shipped to the civilians within 10-15 business days. Soldiers are instructed to refer the civilians to a list of taxi services available in your area. Upon the detection of any contraband (as listed in the field manual), please contact Military Police immediately and detain vehicle's passengers until arrival. Means of detainment are subject to the discretion of the highest ranking officer on-site.
867DN129_RobotTerminalControlSubmenu...Pinging Mr. Handy Unit... ...Broadcasting activation signal...
868DN129_RobotTerminalControlSubmenu...Pinging Mr. Handy Unit... ...Broadcasting shut-down signal...
869DN129_RobotTerminalMainAllen, We finally sprung a slave from the squares for our freedom farm co-op: a Mr. Handy from the nadaville suburbs. The tincan wigged out trying to go back to his slave owners, almost clued the fuzz onto us, so Johnny noodled it out and zonked his motivation protocols to "Just Be". Now we call him Professor Goodfeels, just digging the world as it be, owing nothing to nobody. Careful with his other protocols, these cans knuckle creeps if they go ape. -Jack
870DN129_RobotTerminalPersonalitySubmenu...Pinging Mr. Handy Unit... ...Broadcasting "Just Be" protocols...
871DN129_RobotTerminalPersonalitySubmenu...Pinging Mr. Handy Unit... ...Broadcasting Guard protocols... ...Identifying resident to guard... ...Broadcasting resident location...
872DN129_RobotTerminalPersonalitySubmenu...Pinging Mr. Handy Unit... ...Broadcasting Maintenance protocols... ...Returning to Maintenance Facility: Hester's Consumer Robotics...
873DN133_ArmoryDoorTerminalSubLogsLast night at about 0200 I was woken by a crash that shook the whole Castle. Lt. Foster reported that some huge creature had breached the western wall. I sent him to radio for reinforcements, while I used the tunnels to lock down the armory. Shortly after that a second crash caved in the only other exit from the tunnel. The only thing I can think of large enough to do that kind of damage is a Behemoth, and if Super Mutants have taken the courtyard, I can't risk the artillery falling into their hands. All I can do for now is set up defenses and wait for someone to dig me out.
874DN133_ArmoryDoorTerminalSubLogsIt's now clear that we must have lost the battle. I've heard something pounding on the armory door, but the walls will fall in before that door gives way. In case they attempt to clear the rubble from my quarters, I've set up all the defenses that were left down here. I don't like to think about Super Mutants using our artillery against helpless settlements. I'm running low on water, but I still hope that the survivors will regroup and mount a counter-attack in time.
875DN133_ArmoryDoorTerminalSubLogsThis will likely be my final entry. My supplies have all run out, and I've given up hope that rescue is coming. The only thing left is an old case of wine I found. I know it will only make the dehydration worse, but at this point I'd rather meet my fate with a toast. General McGann Commonwealth Minutemen
876DN135_GwinnettBarTerminalRE: Hole in kitchen wall Employees please take notice that we will have contracters in the first week of November to repair in the kitchen wall. Hosts guiding tours through the Craft & Seasonal Wing must require all patrons to wear head protection until repairs are complete.
877DN135_GwinnettBarTerminal== Beer & Merchandise Pricing == Standard Seasonal Pint $39 $55 6 Pack $199 $249 Pony Keg $435 $499 Keg $635 $799 Souvenir Glass $35 T-Shirt $65 See manager regarding wholesale prices.
878DN135_GwinnettBarTerminal== Listing of current open bar tabs == Samuels, J ---------------- $78.00 McMurdoc, M ------------- $24.00
879DN135_GwinnettBarTerminal2Tours of the craft wing are to be conducted by trained Hosts or Hostesses every half hour as warrented. Tour of the craft wing includes a seasonal sampler, served after the conclusion of the tour. Craft Wing Tour Price - $59 Hours Noon - 8:00 PM
880DN135_GwinnettBarTerminal2Main Brewery Tours include the Craft Wing Tour, followed by a tour of the Main Brewing Facility, located across the inlet. Tours are run every Saturday and Sunday and some holidays. Included in the price is a Seasonal Sampler, a Souvenir Pint Glass. Main Brewery Tour Price: $119 ~Hours~ 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 8:00 pm
881DN135_GwinnettBrewerySubTermDeliveriesClient: Shamrock Taphouse Delivery Frequency: Biweekly Standard Delivery: Gwinnett Pale Ale - 10 Half Barrel Kegs Southie Stout - 5 Half Barrel Kegs Bunker Hill Brew - 5 Half Barrel Kegs Notes: Deliveries are to be made through alley entrance near the waterfront. Speak with proprieter for key.
882DN135_GwinnettBrewerySubTermDeliveriesClient: Hotel Rexford Delivery Frequency: Monthly Standard Delivery: Gwinnett Pale Ale - 8 Half Barrel Kegs Peabody Pilsner - 6 Half Barrel Kegs Dead Redcoat Ale - 6 Half Barrel Kegs Bunker Hill Brew - 6 Half Barrel Kegs Notes: Delivery Permit required to park on State Street.
883DN135_GwinnettBrewerySubTermDeliveriesClient: Boston Baseball Commision Delivery Frequency: Weekly Standard Delivery: Gwinnett Pale Ale - 120 Half Barrel Kegs Peabody Pilsner - 100 Half Barrel Kegs Dead Redcoat Ale - 90 Half Barrel Kegs Notes: Deliveries continue during off season and out of town games to ensure supplies are sufficient. Deliveries are to be made at 5 am sharp to the main entrance. Ballpark staff are responsible for moving kegs beyond that point.
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885DN135_GwinnettBreweryTerminal2Tours of the craft wing are to be conducted by trained Hosts or Hostesses every half hour as warrented. Tour of the craft wing includes a seasonal sampler, served after the conclusion of the tour. Craft Wing Tour Price - $59 Hours Noon - 8:00 PM
886DN135_GwinnettBreweryTerminal2Tours of the craft wing are to be conducted by trained Hosts or Hostesses every half hour as warrented. Tour of the craft wing includes a seasonal sampler, served after the conclusion of the tour. Craft Wing Tour Price - $59 Hours Noon - 8:00 PM
887DN135_GwinnettBreweryTerminal3We're just going to have to use the main control console in the rooftop pods for the time being till I can get technician out here. I've tried everything here. The main OS seems to be operating correctly, and I've checked the full length of the wired connections and they are fine too, but it can't seem to connect to the brewing vats... I swear I haven't had this much trouble since I tried to hook up a printer at home.
888DN135_GwinnettBreweryTerminal4It's been a few weeks since the bombs fell. My eyesight has come back a bit, but my hearing is still gone. Everything has gone to shit. We holed up in the restaurant for a while, but when looters broke in yesterday and Melissa locked herself in the utility closet. I managed to pop the grating off the pipe in the craft wing and get out to the main brewery, but now I'm trapped up here on the roof. I don't know how much longer I can hold out.
889DN136_BioScienceControlTerminal...System Failure ...Unable to Access Logs
890DN136_BioScienceControlTerminal...Unable to Connect to Automated Turret Defense System in BioScience
891DN136_BioScienceControlTerminal...Unable to Connect to Specimen Security Door
892DN136_BioTerminalSub02...Communication Link Established ...Security Door Opened
893DN136_BioTerminalSub02...Communication Link Established ...Security Door Closed
894DN136_BioTerminalSub02...Communication Link Established ...Security Doors Opened ...Synth behavioral protocols restored ...Defense turrets resuming standby mode
895DN136_BioTerminalSub03...Communication Link Established ...Security Door Opened
896DN136_BioTerminalSub03...Communication Link Established ...Security Door Closed
897DN136_BioTerminalSub03... Communication Link Failed ...Unable to Process Request, Please Contact Administrator
898DN136_BioTerminalSub03...Communication Link Established ...Security Doors Opened ...Synth behavioral protocols restored ...Defense turrets resuming standby mode
899DN136_ORTerminal01Warning - Test Subject may be unpredictable, please take proper safety percautions. ... Establishing Connection to Test Subject 946... Connection Established... Verifying Connection... Inititating Activation Sequence...
900DN136_ORTerminal01... ...Unable to Establish Communication Link
901DN136_ReactorOverlookTerminalSub01...connection established ...Initiating Radiation Purge System Activation Protocol 476 ... ...Ventilation Systems ONLINE ...Decontamination Systems ONLINE ... ...Radiation Levels Lowering ... ...Radiation Purge Activation Protocol 476 Successful
902DN136_ReactorOverlookTerminalSub01...connection established ...Initiating Radiation Purge System Deactivation Protocol 398 ... ...Ventilation Systems OFFLINE ...Decontamination Systems OFFLINE ... ...Radiation Levels Rising ... ...Radiation Purge System Deactivation Protocol 398 Successful
903DN136_ReactorTerminalSub01Radiation Level Inside Reactor - LOW ----Warning: Exercise caution when entering Reactor regardless of radiation levels.
904DN136_ReactorTerminalSub01Radiation Level Inside Reactor - HIGH ----Warning: Exercise caution when entering Reactor regardless of radiation levels.
905DN136_ReactorTerminalSub01...Reactor Shutdown Protocol Activated ... ...Powering Down ...Ventilation Systems Online ...Decontanimation Systems Online ... ...Radiation Levels Acceptable ... ...Reactor Shutdown Successful ----------------------- Warning - Excercise extreme caution when entering Reactor Chamber
906DN136_ReactorTerminalSub01...Reactor Startup Protocol Activated ... ...Powering Up ...Radiation Levels Increasing ... ...Reactor Startup Successful ----------------------- Warning - Excercise extreme caution when entering Reactor Chamber.
907DN137LogsSubMenuGodammit, that's the third set of gasket seals it's blown this week. The whole damn thing is full of mash water again. The first batch always works like a charm, but if you have to pop the chassis open every couple day to replace the gaskets no one is gonna want to buy one of these things. Hm... I wonder if the cultures are retaining more heat due to the flash fermentation proccess? That extra heat could be what is causing the problem.
908DN137LogsSubMenuI reworked the design to move the thermal exchanger so the coils wrap around the bottling siphon and that seems to have done the trick. Not only are the gaskets not melting, but it also cools the beer as bottles it. Ice cold, every time! One of my patrons also gave me a lead on a possible investor. Jack West, the manager over at the Hotel Rexford apparently just came into an inheritance and he could front the cash I need to get the Drinking Buddy into full production. He's agreed to my terms if I let him run the prototype at the hotel for a month to drum up additional press.
909DN137LogsSubMenuMr. West has run into a slight problem in that the hotel is contractually obligated to only serve Gwinnett beer, so I can't use my own recipes. Luckily I know a guy, who knows a guy who has cracked the encryption on their proprietary brewing holotapes, so we've put that code into the subroutines for now. It's risky if Gwinnett's lawyers catch wind, but hopefully it's just a stop gap till we can get into production or work something out with them.
910DN137LogsSubMenuWest is really starting to get on my nerve. First it's the hang up with the recipes, now he says the Drinking Buddy looks to impersonal. Impersonal! What a pompous ass! I told him that with the brewing vat there is no room for the servos needed to simulate a face and that idiot asked me to just put some gauges on the front like they were eyes. I'm just going to deliver it to the theater during the intermission on Friday and he'll just have to get over it.
911DN137LogsSubMenuHm, getting it to the Rexford may be tricky. The body could probably take a direct hit from a truck, but the leg servos on those protectrons are wicked slow. Maybe I'd better rent a truck... I'll stash the bootup password here in the basement till I get the delivery sorted out.
912DN137ProtectronSubMenu...Accessing pod... ...Initializing unit... ...Loading assigned subroutines... Please advise any personnel standing near charge pod to make way.
913DN138QuarryTerminal08/16/77 ---- 315 Tons ---- "Tables 'n Tops" - Rochester, NY 08/23/77 ---- 250 Tons ---- "Pillar Pushers" - Damascus, MD 09/15/77 ---- 275 Tons ---- "Interior Slabs" - Petersburg, VA 10/17/77 ---- 240 Tons ---- "Top Drawer Livin'" - Waynesboro, PA 10/23/77 ---- 108 Tons ---- "Ornate Obelisks" - Rockville, MD
914DN138SullyTerminalFloodedThis is a great spot. With the right crew I'd have no problem keeping this place locked down. Traders run close enough for easy pickins, but not so close that we end up skinned. The whole damn thing's filled with water, though! Figures. There's always a catch. Bigass drainage pump looks mostly intact. If I'm lucky it might still work. Gonna take a closer look tomorrow.
915DN138SullyTerminalFloodedNope. Not gonna be that easy. Still - pump is in better shape than you'd think. I'd like to head back and grab some tools, but it's pretty late. I'll tinker with it some before I bed down tonight, then head out in the morning.
916DN138SullyTerminalFloodedShouldn't be too hard now. Glad I grabbed that sledge, even if it was a bitch to carry all this way. Thing was rusted tight. Few good whacks with the sledge cleared that problem right up. Thing made the damndest sound each time, though. You'd swear something was moving around in there.
917DN138SullyTerminalFloodedWas able to make most of the connections. Patched up all the pipe leaks I could find, besides the ones in the water. All the noises I've been hearing, I'm not setting foot in there. I'll probably head back and drag one of the new guys over here and make him do it.
918DN140_TerminalGuard22 OCT 77 -------------------------------- 0550 - 1st Lt Williams 0603 - Capt Johnson 0610 - CCMSgt Applegate 0612 - SMSgt Ritchie 0615 - TSgt Cooper 0630 - SSgt Miller 0630 - SSgt Winters 0630 - SSgt Hicks 0635 - SrA O'Malley 1105 - TSgt Cummings
919DN140_TerminalGuard1. SSO will be upgrading equipment in the coming months, but this does not mean maintenance duties cease. Continue normal work schedules. 2. The lower storage room requires fumigation for pests, specifically cockroaches. Extermination commences at 0900 25 OCT 77. All personnel are required to vacate sub-station levels for the duration of the procedure. 3. Due to the high volume of signal intercept traffic, Intel officers will be on-site daily until further notice, and will require access to the Intel Room.
920DN140_TerminalGuardWARNING: Access to Intel Room strictly prohibited to Intel officers, analysts, and senior officers. Violators will be subject to Court Martial.
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923DN142TerminalSubwayPersonel!!! FUNCTION TERMINATED !!! Terminal vending functions have been shut down. Please contact a system administrator for more information.
924DN142TerminalSubwayPersonelNOTICE: The purchasing of subway tokens for this station will automatically cease on [2/11/77] to coincide with the station closing. Any questions should be addressed to the station manager or Vault-Tec representative before your employment termination date. Again: Park Street terminals will cease to validate token dispensations after this date. Previously issued tokens remain usable at all other Boston subway and monotrail service platforms. Thank you.
925DN142TerminalSubwayPersonelDear [EMPLOYEE ID], I regret to inform you that your station (PARK STREET) will be closing due to a purchase agreement with Vault-Tec Corporation. As such, we will be going through our records and redistributing our many valued employees to other stations and departments. The automated system should identify your new location. You have relocated to: [EMPLOYEE TERMINATED] Thank you, and we look forward to many more years working with you.
926DN142_CheckInTerminalLinehan Family: Sean, wife Martha, sons John and Mitchell Flaherty Family: Michael, wife Joan, daughter Elizabeth Pressley Family: Jenna, husband Richard
927DN142_CheckInTerminalO'Malley Family: Michael, wife Jennifer, son Robert, daughter Ellen (infant) Baker Family: Ralph, fiance Sarah, dog "Spike" (Do Not Allow) Yancey Family: Murry, wife Amy, sons Jimmy and Ronnie
928DN142_CheckInTerminalMadison Family: Bill, wife Belinda, daughters Jean, Mary, and Melissa Smith Family: Sean, wife Molly, son Paul, daughter Stephanie (infant)
929DN142_CheckInTerminalO'Brien Family: Kevin, wife Megan, sons Ryan, Brandon, Logan, daughters Molly, Anna, Kayla, Brenna (infant) Todd Gates (bachelor)
930DN142_OverseerTerminalGreetings, Overseer! I hope this message finds you well and your move into your new position has been an easy transition. Your appointment as Overseer came with high recommendations from our interviewers and we hope you will be the perfect fit that everyone believes you to be. Please do not be nervous, as we have chosen you based on your natural qualities, decision making skills, and unique personality. We believe that you possess innate abilities as a leader that will bring this Vault into the new world nuclear war creates. So don't worry! Just go with your gut and everything will work perfectly! Good luck! Vault-Tec Management
931DN142_VaultTecTerminalGreetings! After many months of preliminary construction, we are pleased to welcome members of the Technical and Scientific Staff to the newest addition to the Vault-Tec Family: Vault 114! Like you, we are excited to get started on our latest endeavor, but we are not quite ready to open that great big gear door to our new residents yet. As you've probably noticed, we've contracted outside of Vault-Tec for construction on this one, since it is utilizing a unique space. By repurposing the former Park Street Subway station, we will be seeing a decrease in building costs, as well as a shorter timeline for construction. This fits perfectly with the Vault's observational studies, which will be revealed in a future memorandum. However, because of this, we will be seeing a lot of civilian traffic until construction is fully completed. It is up to you to help maintain the security of Vault 114 and its experiment from prying eyes without proper clearance. "Loose lips sink ships," of course. They also result in immediate termination and possible criminal investigations. Welcome, once again! Vault-Tec Management
932DN142_VaultTecTerminalWARNING: This memorandum is meant for members of the Vault 114 Science Division only, or those with appropriate security clearance levels (SL-4+). All others must exit this terminal immediately and report your infraction to the Overseer or a member of Vault-Tec Security. Thank you. =Social Science Division= As mentioned in your briefing, Vault 114 will be hosting high ranking members of local and state government, local luminaries, business people, and their families. Future members are aware that they will be cohabitating solely with others of Boston's upper class. However, the "luxury" aspect of this Vault has been highly exaggerated to the future residents. Multiple families, chosen randomly, will live and sleep in single-room apartments, dining and bathing will be in shared quarters, and amenities will be minimal. In addition, we are currently interviewing for the Overseer position from many candidates. Our goal is to find someone with no supervisory or government experience, and hopefully with a strong anti-authority bias. Human Resources tells us that the interview process has vetted many viable candidates. By taking away the luxury and authority these groups saw in surface life, we hope to study their reactions in stressful situations. As such, please do not undermine the new Overseer's authority at all during the experiment, even (and especially) if it may cause physical discomfort, embarrassment, or harm to residents. Thank you, Vault-Tec Management
933DN143_TargetPracticeTerminalTraining Sequence Reset. Combat Simultation Initiating...
934DN145OverseerTerminalThe Overseer of Vault 95 is an elected individual chosen to run the daily meetings and ensure the other residents adhere to the rules of the Vault-Tec Rehabilitation Program. This is not to be considered a position of power, but rather a position of support and servitude. Infractions are to be dealt with using positive reinforcement and encouragement. The residents of Vault 95 are family, and share the same path. The position of Overseer should not prevent a resident from continuing their own personal journey. An election will be held once a year on October 30th. Residents are encouraged to inform their decision based on awarded merit points as laid out in the program guidlines.
935DN145OverseerTerminalMeeting Date: 10/23/2082 Overseer/Facilitator: Jane Myers Format: Guided Discussion Discussion Topic: The usefulness of continued meetings *Resident Michael has expressed his desire to reduce the amount of meetings. **He believes chem dependence is no longer an issue. *Resident Randall reminded the group that adherence to The Program was a condition of living in the Vault. *Resident Patricia wondered if Vault Tec even existed any more. *Resident Randall reminded the group that we are all addicts. **We may pick up unhealthy habits without the Program. *I expressed agreement with Randall's sentiments. *Issue was put to vote. Vote to continue The Program was unanimous.
936DN145OverseerTerminalUnlocking Facilities Wing Door...
937DN145OverseerTerminalLocking Facilities Wing Door...
938DN145VaultTecPlantJournalTerminalToday marks the fifth calendar year since the residents of Vault 95 and I have moved into the Vault. This will be my first entry. The Vault-Tec rehabilitation program seems to have helped every subject in this Vault deal with the symptoms of withdrawal and cope with a new life in the Vault environment. That is not to say that withdrawal was not a challenging process for some subjects. Our hypothesis was correct, when there is simply no other alternative an individual can recover. Today I will sneak out when all are asleep and open the stash of addictive substances that has lay hidden for the last five years. Isolation seems to have proved helpful when addictive stimuli are absent; now to see what such stimuli do the the social order we have created over the previous years.
939DN145VaultTecPlantTerminalYour orders are as follows: Ensure all residents do not stray from the Vault-Tec rehabilitation program. It is paramount that it is stricty followed for our research objectives. You will act as any other resident. Your backstory and identity should already be committed to memory and will not be recounted here. You are to work with the Overseer Elect on any compliance issues, while ensuring ignorance of your special objectives. After five calendar years, your objective will shift. You will open the hidden storage compartment you were shown during your training. Allow the residents to discover the stash of chems within on their own. Once it has been discovered, you are to to thourougly document the response of the community.
940DN145VaultTecResidentTerminalFuck Vault Tec. They said they were helping us. The Vault was supposed to be safe. A place where rehabilitation was nothing but inevitable. It may have been the end of the world for most, but for we lost souls, it was a new beginning. I was grateful for the chance to start over. We all were. We've had our struggles the last five years, but the time we spent here turned us to family. Any one of us would have been happy to play out the rest of our lives in here. And now this.
941DN145VaultTecResidentTerminalThey knew what they were doing. They weren't trying to help us. I never thought I would see chems again. Why would I? But now here we are, with a whole lifetime's worth of the stuff laid out in front of us like a freaking department store window display. And it was there the whole time! Some cracked right away. Grabbed what they could and ran off to get high. There was fighting. I hid. Nothing I could have done to help anyone. I am still hearing gunshots. I'm not ready to give up what I had here...
942DN145VaultTecResidentTerminalI thought I was over the stuff. I thought if I ever saw it again, it wouldn't have power over me. I was wrong. It's taking every ounce of my willpower to stay here locked in my room...
943DN145VaultTecResidentTerminalI can't take it anymore. No reason to stay sober. It's just as messed up down here as it is up there. I need something to help me cope. I don't care about the program anymore. I don't care. I don't. I don't. I really don't. I'm going to go out and be with with my friends. I hope somebody is left...
944DN149_LoadingDockTerminalRalph, Just reminding you about the inventory coming in tonight we talked about. Like I said, this should remain off the books and kept between as few dock workers as possible. The units are heavy and will require the forklift, and that's all you need to worry about. Remember, Wattz rewards employees that demonstarte they can be team players. --Mr. Felix
945DN149_LoadingDockTerminalDELIVERY FROM: Wattz Distribution Center INVENTORY: Holodisk Recording Machine: 3 units Blank Holodisks: 25 units ReWritable Holodisks: 15 units SUPERVISOR ON DUTY: Ralph Cadey
946DN149_LoadingDockTerminalDELIVERY FROM: General Atomics Distribution INVENTORY: Robot Replacement Power (Handy Model): 20 units Optical Lense (Handy Model): 10 units Vaccuum Tubes (Protectron Model): 10 units SUPERVISOR ON DUTY: Ralph Cadey
947DN149_LoadingDockTerminalDELIVERY FROM: Radiation King INVENTORY: Radio: 10 units Television (25"): 5 units SUPERVISOR ON DUTY: Ralph Cadey
948DN149_ManagerTerminalShipment is procured and on it's way. Leave your payment at the drop off sight in the amount we discussed. Don't get cheap on me now, Felix. These are some high grade robotics I'm getting for you. --Malcolm
949DN149_ManagerTerminalDear Asshole, I quit --Cooper
950DN149_ServerRoomTerminalCooper, I don't understand what's so hard about this. All I'm asking you to do is turn off the military protocols on the robot shipment we got last night so we can put them on Demo Mode in the store. How hard could that be? You know computers. Are you too busy reading comics and playing games? Grow up and be a team player. --Mr. Felix
951DN150WestEverettSubTerminal1October 26th, 2077 The boys finally cried themselves to sleep. It's been three days since the bombs fell, and everything has gone to shit. Our director up at Medtech got advanced notice and if I hadn't put that code into his terminal that forwarded his logs to me I would have been trapped up there along with everyone else when the lockdown kicked in. I had to make my way on foot to Malden to get the boys. I'm so proud of them for remembering the plan. Michael managed to get David away from the teachers and they ran and hid like I told them instead of going in that vault. We made it back here into our bunker just as the planes started going over head. We listened to the radio for a while, but then the station cut out. I can still hear gun fire out there. Bonnie, I don't know if you are still out there but I'm praying you are.
952DN150WestEverettSubTerminal1November 9th, 2077 Bonnie, it's been two weeks and I wish you were here. I want so badly to head to the hospital to try to find you, but Boston is too dangerous and I can't leave the boys on their own. Little David keeps asking when Mama is coming home, and Michael has started to glare at me when I say that you are still at the hospital helping people. I've been listening to the intermittent reports on the radio after they have gone to bed and I think he overheard one where they were talking about the fighting in the city. It sound likes the fighting down there is really bad, I hope you're safe hon.
953DN150WestEverettSubTerminal1January 28th, 2078 It's been three months since the bombs fell. I left the bunker for the first time last night. Our plan to tap into the main from the water tower worked, but the piping took more duct tape than expected and was leaking pretty bad. We didn't have any more in the house so I tried to sneak over to the Cobb's house across the street. He was working with the construction crew in the neighborhood so I figured he might have some. I was in Ron's den, where he'd been working on that Nuka-Cola machine, and must not have heard him over the distant gunfire and explosions. There was just that cold barrel pushed up against the back of my head suddenly. He told me to turn around slowly, and oh god Bonnie, his face. The radiation had hit him hard, his hair was falling out and half his face looked melted. I begged him to stop, but he put the gun in my mouth and cocked back the hammer. I heard the gunshot, but when I opened my eyes, Ron was falling to the ground, and I spotted Lance from down the street up on our roof. He saw the whole thing and saved my life. Said he's got a plan and to meet him tomorrow night.
954DN150WestEverettSubTerminal1April 3, 2078 Happy Birthday Bonnie. I don't know if you are still out there, but it's your 30th so David and Michael made you a cake. It didn't really turn out, but I let them open a can of frosting, which was nice. The Ames's and I have been busy the past few months. Lance and his brother had been on their way back from a vacation to New York with their families when the bombs fell. Took them weeks to make it back here, mostly on foot. They had a plan to build a wall around the neighborhood and after he saved my life, I could hardly say no. To get the biggest part done in a night, we stole a couple trucks from the Irish Pride Shipyard nearby. I didn't ask how Leon knew how to hotwire a truck. Lance had us pull them around to the edges of the yards to start the wall. Truth be told, I flipped mine and damn near took out the house. It was another month before we had the rest of the wall ready, but we've been keeping watch shifts since then, and the kids all have enjoyed getting to come out side.
955DN150WestEverettSubTerminalLanceNovember 8th, 2077 I can't believe we finally made back home. We were on the freeway in Connecticut when it all went down and thank god we bailed on the cars. Took us more than a week to make it back here on foot and the things we saw... I never thought I'd see happen in America. Leon and I talked about the plan to wall up the neighborhood, but I don't think we can do it on our own, and we need Janet to keep the kids safe. Maybe some of the neighbors made it out okay. I might scout out a bit while its still dark.
956DN150WestEverettSubTerminalLanceDecember 12th 2077, We finally got the walls finished with Wayne's help. Still can't believe that egghead made it out. I feel like such an idiot for laughing at his bunker all summer. He's even got fresh water down there.
957DN150WestEverettSubTerminalLanceMarch 27th 2078 God give me the strength not to kill my brother. Leon and I were out scouting earlier and hid out in a building when we heard a group passing by. Twelve men, armed with guns and bats, and wearing some kind of makeshift armor. Leon recognized one of them from when he was running with the mob and called out to them before I could stop him. The damn idiot starts running his mouth off like nothing has happened and tells them we've got a walled fort. They let us go, but I can tell from the glint in their eyes we'll be seeing them again soon.
958DN150WestEverettSubTerminalLanceHey, this thing still works. Controls all the lights too. Wicked! Damned asshole should have just left and given us the fort. Now he's dead and it's ours anyway. He probably just stole this place from someone else anyway. That dumbass Leon even pissed himself and joined us when we overran the place. We'll probably use the idiot as a meat shield next time we head into the city.
959DN151_ExteriorTerminalTo: All Employees Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26 As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer. Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM). Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul
960DN151_TerminalFacilitiesTo: All Employees Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26 As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer. Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM). Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul
961DN151_TerminalFacilitiesLog10/18 Finished waterproofing upgrades to the turret defense system. Initial tests seem promising-- the new sensors should shut them down if the place gets flooded out again. I'll just be grateful if they don't short out every other week.
962DN151_TerminalFacilitiesLog10/19 Well, they work. Emmis was cleaning the sedimentation tank and forgot to close the intake valve again. Big gusher. Turret 4 snapped shut before it took any damage, then popped back out as soon as they got the valve closed. Good as new. Too bad about Emmis, though.
963DN151_TerminalFacilitiesLog10/21 Routine maintainence on the flood control pumps. Not that they needed it. Central may have skimped on everything else, but those things will last forever.
964DN151_TerminalFacilitiesLog10/22 Saul's throwing some kind of press junket on Tuesday. Whole staff will be working overtime Monday to tidy up. Told them I needed the day to reprogram the turret system so it didn't shoot the guests. Ten minutes on that, and I can spend the rest of the day doing something more productive. Red Menace?
965DN151_TerminalFloodControl--- FACILITY STATUS --- Main Power: OFF Secondary Power Supplies: 27% Security System: --- PUMP STATUS --- Main Pump: Flood Control Pumps Active: /4 Flood Control Pump #1: Flood Control Pump #2: Flood Control Pump #3: Flood Control Pump #4:
966DN151_TerminalFloodControlMark-VI Industrial Flood Control System Operating Instructions This facility has been equipped with [4] Mark-VI Emergency Flood Control Pumps. This fully-automated water removal solution should keep your facility secure and dry for decades to come. In the unlikely event of a major flooding incident, a Mark-VI pump that has been fully submerged in water may stall. To restart the pump, use the automated software on this terminal, or locate the Pump Control Switch near the pump and flip the breaker. This will activate a secondary motor, which should clear the jam and return the pump to normal operation.
967DN151_TerminalFloodControlAccessing Flood Control Pump #1... ERROR 109: Unable to connect. Please contact a technician for repairs. In the event of an emergency, locate the Pump Control Switch nearest the pump and use it to perform a manual restart.
968DN151_TerminalManagerTo: All Employees Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26 As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer. Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM). Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity.
969DN151_TerminalManagerTo: Senior Staff Re: Operating Budget The second quarter saw record losses in our Massachusetts Regional division. High operating costs and a difficult regulatory environment have led to some of the worst business conditions in recent years. Innovative solutions are urgently needed if we are to remain the market leader in civic and municipal utility services. Management would like to commend the work of Mr. Saul Arenson, Weston Operations Manager, for his bold experiments in wasterwater recycling. We feel confident that the risks to public health are minimal, and the reduction in treatment costs will have a signficiant impact on our fiscal outlook.
970DN151_TerminalReceptionTo: All Employees Re: Weston WELLness Media Event, 10/26 As a reminder, members of the local and national media will be touring the facility on Tuesday, 10/26, as part of the Weston WELLness press initiative. Employees are expected to be polite, courteous, and discreet at all times. All questions, especially those pertaining to the recent cholera outbreak, are to be directed to the nearest Weston Public Relations Officer. Cartons of Weston Water will be distributed. Encourage the press to Taste Perfection(TM). Expect double shifts on Wednesday to make up for lost productivity. --Saul
971DN151_TerminalReceptionOffice Supply Order Week of 10/17 1 Box Weston WELLness Stationary 3 Cartons (60) Weston Embossed Souvenier Pens 2 Boxes Business Cards (Mr. Arenson, Mr. Marks) 50 Gallons Nut Island Drinking Water 1 Crate (400) Weston Water Cartons, Empty
972DN152_WickedShippingTerminalSubLogsPlease, kids. Remember that deliveries must go through Tim or me before driving out. It's mad important! -DO NOT deliver straight to the client. Specially NOT before we change the papers. -DO have me or Tim do a pass over the cargo and sign off. This is big, guys. Don't screw up. Unless you want to end up like that last freakin idiot who delivered the full cargo and put our asses in hot water. -BOSS MAN BLAKE
973DN152_WickedShippingTerminalSubManifestCLIENT- General Atomics INVOICE#- GA5729-23 DESTINATION- General Atomics Factory STATUS- On Delivery SHIP DATE- 10-23-2077 TYPE- Pallets DESCRIPTION- Uranium Pellets
974DN152_WickedShippingTerminalSubManifestCLIENT- Chryslus Motors INVOICE#- CM5636-32 DESTINATION- Corvega Assembly Plant STATUS- On Delivery SHIP DATE- 10-23-2077 TYPE- Crates DESCRIPTION- Fuel Cells
975DN152_WickedShippingTerminalSubManifestCLIENT- Mass Fusion INVOICE#- MF4890-27 DESTINATION- Mass Fusion Containment STATUS- On Delivery SHIP DATE- 10-23-2077 TYPE- Barrels DESCRIPTION- Waste Material
976DN154_Terminal_ArlenLabPersonal Reminders: ------------------- - Pick up milk, eggs, Nuka. Don't forget again. - Call home @ 7 - Marlene's bedtime. - 10/21 - Marlene coming to office after school. - 10/22 - Board meeting. New Buttercup concepts? - 11/3 - Marlene's Birthday (7). Still need card. - 11/18 - Wedding Anniversary. Buy card, gift. Trip? Check with Jen re. vacation calendar.
977DN154_Terminal_ArlenLabLog10/14/77 Slow progress. The new leg servos are still too powerful; they punched a hole in the floor during today's test. Need to scale them back again. I just don't know what went wrong.
978DN154_Terminal_ArlenLabLog10/17/77 Even the color variations are a mess. Tinting the metal altered electrical impedance, so I'm trying automotive detailing now. Can't believe I skipped Marlene's recital to sit with a bunch of pink horses and watch paint dry. I'll make it up to her once this is all over.
979DN154_Terminal_ArlenLabLog10/20/77 What a disaster. I haven't heard back on any of the licensing proposals yet. The shift supervisor at the factory isn't returning my calls. I don't have anything to show, and the board meeting's in two days. I can't afford to be tardy. Clock is ticking, Arlen. Clock is ticking.
980DN154_Terminal_ArlenOfficeCalendar: Arlen Glass Week of 10/17-10/23/77 10/18 09:00 - Brainstorming w/ Marc [Cancelled] 10/18 10:30 - Material vendor meeting [Cancelled] 10/18 19:30 - October Parent Focus Group 10/19 11:00 - Sales & marketing review [Cancelled] 10/19 13:00 - Product development research 10/20 12:00 - Lunch w/ Marc, Nate [Cancelled] 10/20 13:00 - Product development research 10/21 09:00 - Prep presentation for Board 10/21 13:00 - Product development research 10/21 15:30 - Reminder: Marlene coming to office 10/22 14:00 - Board Meeting (Pending Invite)
981DN154_Terminal_ArlenOfficeTo All Employees: Be advised that Mr. Arlen Glass is no longer an employee of Wilson Atomatoys. Should you see him on the premises, please notify security. Marc Wilson President & CEO Wilson Atomatoys
982DN154_Terminal_ArlenOfficeDocumentsGiddyup Buttercup Sales Forecast 10/1/77 Based on current market conditions, analysts expect sales of the Giddyup Buttercup to decline in the fourth quarter from $122m to $110m, a year-over-year loss of 17% and a disappointing showing in the important holiday sales period. Brand stagnation and market saturation at the current $16,000 price point are blamed for the continuing decline.
983DN154_Terminal_ArlenOfficeDocuments[DRAFT] RE: Sales Forecast I don't believe these numbers. We've had solid sales for years. What's changed? If our sales really are down, we need to expand our market. Premium editions. Collectible variations. Maybe even try a boys' line. I'll work up some ideas for next week's board meeting. It'll be great. You'll see. But I can't do this alone, Marc. Your father and I collaborated on everything. I don't know what the hell you've been doing for the past year. -Arlen
984DN154_Terminal_ArlenOfficeDocumentsCollectible Variants: -Body/hair color variants. Identifying marks? -'Mythics' product line. Pegasi? Unicorns? Alternative Markets: -Boys: Cowboys & Indians line (insensitive?) -Boys: Ride'em Bucking Bronco -Premium: 'Princess' line with crystal, gold/silver shodding Promotional Tie-Ins: -Hubris Comics: Mechanist's robot horse? -Nuka-Cola: Limited-edition red horse? -Vault-Tec: ?
985DN154_Terminal_JenReminder: Board Meeting The Wilson Atomatoys Board of Directors will meet on Friday, 10/22, at 2pm. The board will be joined by Col. Thomas Nelson, US Army. Professional conduct and decorum is expected.
986DN154_Terminal_JenTo All Employees: Be advised that Mr. Arlen Glass is no longer an employee of Wilson Atomatoys. Should you see him on the premises, please notify security immediately. Marc Wilson President & CEO Wilson Atomatoys
987DN154_Terminal_MarcCalendar: Marc Wilson Week of 10/17-10/23/77 10/18 09:00 - Brainstorming w/ Arlen [Cancelled] 10/18 11:30 - Lunch w/ Tom 10/18 13:00 - SCYTHE briefing w/ Factory Ops Team 10/18 14:30 - Assembly line review w/ Nate 10/19 11:00 - Sales & marketing review [Cancelled] 10/20 09:00 - SCYTHE Participants Briefing, D.C. 10/20 12:00 - Lunch w/ Arlen, Nate [Cancelled] 10/21 11:00 - Lunch w/ Tom 10/21 13:30 - Prep SCYTHE notes for Board Mtg 10/22 14:00 - Board Meeting
988DN154_Terminal_MarcMr. Wilson, Your initial bid to participate in the SCYTHE Program has been approved. While my superiors had their doubts, the specifications you provided for your factory more than meet our requirements. As a reminder, this program is classified RESTRICTED. As a cover of civilian manufacturing is essential to its success, information about the program should be tightly controlled and provided to your staff on a need-to-know basis only. Col. Thomas Nelson Director, SCYTHE Program, Department of the Army Memo - Marc: Lunch Monday?
989DN154_Terminal_MarcSCYTHE Program Specifications - Overview CLASSIFIED - RESTRICTED 9-1-77 The SCYTHE program seeks to repurpose civilian manufacturing infrastructure for the covert production of munitions, allowing for rapid military mobilization in the event of a major conventional-forces conflict. As an approved participant in this program, you are to immediately begin production of [land mines] per your contract. Provided your quotas are met, limited civilian manufacturing may continue until and unless a full mobilization is ordered.
990DN154_Terminal_MarcTo All Employees: Be advised that Mr. Arlen Glass is no longer an employee of Wilson Atomatoys. Should you see him on the premises, please notify security. Marc Wilson President & CEO Wilson Atomatoys
991DN154_Terminal_NateCalendar: Nathaniel Hawke Week of 10/17-10/23/77 10/18 09:00 - Prep Nov. production estimates 10/18 13:00 - SCYTHE briefing w/ Factory Ops Team 10/18 14:30 - Assembly line review w/ Marc 10/19 16:00 - Weekly Facilities Meeting 10/20 12:00 - Lunch w/ Marc, Arlen [Cancelled] 10/21 16:30 - Review SCYTHE slides for Board Mtg 10/22 14:00 - Board Meeting 10/22 19:00 - Date Night w/ Paula
992DN154_Terminal_NateSCYTHE Status Report, 10/15 The first phase of the SCYTHE project is a week ahead of schedule. Two of the five assembly lines have been converted over to SCYTHE production; the third should be fully operational by Wednesday. An Operations staff briefing has been scheduled for 10/18. Line workers will be trained on their new tasks over the next two weeks as we conduct test runs of the new equipment. Barring unforseen difficulties, production should begin on 11/1.
993DN154_Terminal_NateTo All Employees: Be advised that Mr. Arlen Glass is no longer an employee of Wilson Atomatoys. Should you see him on the premises, please notify security immediately. Marc Wilson President & CEO Wilson Atomatoys
994DN154_Terminal_PaulaTo All Employees: Remember that your Atomatoys ID Card is an essential part of corporate operational security, both here and at our factory. While occasional requests for Temporary IDs are understandable, repeated incidents will be reported to your supervisor for diciplinary action. Jack Kearne Security
995DN154_Terminal_PaulaTo All Employees: Be advised that Mr. Arlen Glass is no longer an employee of Wilson Atomatoys. Should you see him on the premises, please notify security immediately. Marc Wilson President & CEO Wilson Atomatoys
996DN154_Terminal_SecurityWilson Atomatoys Corporate HQ Security Protocol, v.5.1 - All security events are to be logged. - All employees and visitors must display their official Atomatoys ID Cards at all times, and present them upon request. - All visitors must be issued Visitor ID Cards by security. When not in use, Visitor IDs are to be stored in the file cabinet in the security office. - All visitors must be escorted by an employee or member of the security staff at all times.
997DN154_Terminal_SecurityTo All Employees: Be advised that Mr. Arlen Glass is no longer an employee of Wilson Atomatoys. Should you see him on the premises, please notify security. Marc Wilson President & CEO Wilson Atomatoys
998DN154_Terminal_SecurityLogWilson Atomatoys Corporate HQ Security Log for Thursday, 10/21/77 07:45 - Log opened. 08:15 - Morning rounds. No issues. 09:55 - Reported electrical short in machine room. 11:00 - Lunch break. 14:10 - Finished upgrades to turret defenses. 15:40 - Issued Visitor ID to Miss Marlene Glass. 16:00 - Notified Mr. Glass she was still waiting. 17:05 - Returned Visitor ID to file cabinet. 17:20 - Evening rounds. No issues. 17:20 - Log closed.
999DN154_Terminal_SecurityLogWilson Atomatoys Corporate HQ Security Log for Friday, 10/22/77 07:55 - Log opened. 08:20 - Morning rounds. No issues. 08:55 - Issued Temp ID to Ms. Marshall. 09:45 - Memo from Mr. Wilson re. Board Meeting. 11:00 - Lunch break. 13:50 - Issued Visitor IDs to Atomatoys Board. 13:55 - Issued Visitor ID to Col. Nelson. 14:45 - Disturbance reported in Board Room. 15:00 - Escorted Mr. Glass from premises. 15:35 - Escorted Mr. Glass from premises. 16:30 - Collected Visitor IDs. 17:25 - Evening rounds. Escorted Mr. Glass. 17:30 - Notified police. 17:30 - Log closed.
1000DN154_Terminal_SecurityLogWilson Atomatoys Corporate HQ Security Log for Saturday, 10/23/77 07:50 - Log Opened 08:30 - Morning rounds. Escorted Mr. Glass. 08:55 - Reissued Temp ID to Ms. Marshall. 11:00 - Lunch break. 23:59 - --ERR 201: Log Timeout--
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1013DN158_FloodDoorAftTerminal:::Flooding Detected in Lower Sectors::: Ballistic Launch Tubes: 90% Engine Room: 20% Turbine 3: 80% Forward Machine Shop: 25%
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1015DN158_FloodDoorAftTerminal:::::::: System Error:::::::: Bulkhead lockdown in effect due to sector flooding. Main pump is currently offline due to insufficient reactor output. Secondary pump is located in the Reactor Room.
1016DN158_FloodDoorAftTerminal:::::::: System Notice:::::::: Bulkhead lockdown in effect due to sector flooding. Pumping in progress, please wait till sector has been cleared for entry.
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1019DN158_FloodDoorForeTerminal:::Flooding Detected in Lower Sectors::: Ballistic Launch Tubes: 90% Engine Room: 20% Turbine 3: 80% Forward Machine Shop: 25%
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1021DN158_FloodDoorForeTerminal:::::::: System Error:::::::: Bulkhead lockdown in effect due to sector flooding. Main pump is currently offline due to insufficient reactor output. Secondary pump is located in the Reactor Room.
1022DN158_FloodDoorForeTerminal:::::::: System Notice:::::::: Bulkhead lockdown in effect due to sector flooding. Pumping in progress, please wait till sector has been cleared for entry.
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1025DN158_FloodDoorStairTerminal:::Flooding Detected in Lower Sectors::: Ballistic Launch Tubes: 90% Engine Room: 20% Turbine 3: 80% Forward Machine Shop: 25%
1026DN158_FloodDoorStairTerminal:::Flooding Detected in Lower Sectors::: Ballistic Launch Tubes: 0% Engine Room: 0% Turbine 3: 25% Forward Machine Shop: 0%
1027DN158_FloodDoorStairTerminal:::::::: System Error:::::::: Bulkhead lockdown in effect due to sector flooding. Main pump is currently offline due to insufficient reactor output. Secondary pump is located in the Reactor Room.
1028DN158_FloodDoorStairTerminal:::::::: System Notice:::::::: Bulkhead lockdown in effect due to sector flooding. Pumping in progress, please wait till sector has been cleared for entry.
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1031DN158_YangtzeReactorTerminalMain:::Insufficient Fissile Material Detected::: Reactor will be unable to achieve self sustaining Nuclear Reaction.
1032DN158_YangtzeReactorTerminalMain:::Damage to Thermal Coupling Detected::: Attempting to start reactor without proper coolant measures will result in complete nuclear meltdown.
1033DN160_StudioTerminalConnecting to Camera 1... failed. Connecting to Camera 2... failed. Connecting to Camera 3... failed. Connection failed. Please contact a technician for assistance.
1034DN160_StudioTerminalAudioLoading Audio File 0x000... done. Accessing stage speakers... done. Now playing "Test Pattern".
1035DN160_StudioTerminalAudioLoading Audio File 0x001... done. Accessing stage speakers... done. Now playing "Silver Shroud Theme".
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1041DN165_InfoDeskTerminalScheduled Arrivals: $ERR: Connection failed. Scheduled Departures: $ERR: Connection failed.
1042DN165_InfoDeskTerminalAttractionsWalk the Freedom Trail 8am-7pm Daily Explore the fascinating history and enduring legacy of colonial Boston by walking the Freedom Trail. Scheduled tours depart from Boston Common every half-hour, 8am-7pm. Self-guided tours also available.
1043DN165_InfoDeskTerminalAttractionsTreasures of Jamaica Plain 8am-5pm Daily Come and see the fabulous Treasures of Jamaica Plain! This stunning exhibit will be on display for one week only before these priceless items are sealed away, never to be seen again!
1044DN165_InfoDeskTerminalAttractionsBoston Public Library 9-5 M-Sa / 1-5 Sundays The nation's second-largest library, the Boston Public Library houses a wide array of books and historic records. Lectures, readings, and recitals are offered daily and are free to the public (call for times); art and architectural tours are also available. Visitors to Boston are always welcome. Library books can be returned to any of our book return machines, conveniently located throughout the city.
1045DN165_InfoDeskTerminalFoodAndDrinkBeantown Brewery 4-6pm M-F / 12-7pm Weekends Get a taste of a true Boston original. See real hops and brewing implements in our Visitor's Center and Museum, then enjoy a tasting of some of Boston's best ales and lagers. Full brewery tours available by appointment only.
1046DN165_InfoDeskTerminalFoodAndDrinkShamrock Taphouse 11am-11pm M-Th, 11am-4am Friday-Sunday After a hard day's work, nothing beats a night at the pub. Come on down to the Shamrock for good times, good friends, and great deals. Authentic Irish fare. Daily drink specials. The finest Domestic and European beer, whiskey, and liquors on draught. Slainte!
1047DN165_InfoDeskTerminalShoppingFallon's Department Store Hours Vary Whether you're searching for a new piece of jewelry or an entire wardrobe, Fallon's Department Store is the place to go. With multiple locations throughout the Greater Boston area, Fallon's is always there when you need it. Clean. Close. Convenient. Be sure to visit our flagship store in West Roxbury, now carrying our entire line of merchendise.
1048DN165_InfoDeskTerminalShoppingHaymarket Mall 10am-10pm Daily Fine art. Handsome furnishings. The cutting edge of modern fashion. If you're looking for a shopping experience that's as classy and sophisticated as you are, look no further than Haymarket Mall. Haymarket. For the finer things in life.
1049DN166DoorPodTerminalObservation Pod A - Report ---------------------------------------------- Test Launch #23 Observing Party: Richard Elmsby We're obviously still having issues integrating the Mark 28 Nuclear Bomb with our existing ICBMs. Most likely to do with the transitional coupler not latching correctly. I'm going to check with maintenance and see if there is something they can do.
1050DN166DoorPodTerminalObservation Pod B - Report ---------------------------------------------- Test Launch #23 Observing Party: Patrick Tharn The bad news is we've caused irreparable damage to all the Mark 28s we used in this test. The good news is we have an almost endless supply in the munitions depot. Where do we keep getting these things?
1051DN169_CheckPointTerminal01Attempting to connect to outer Mag-Door lock at Security Checkpoint Alpha. ............................................... ............................................... Unable connect to outer Mag-Door lock at Security Checkpoint Alpha. Synth staff please conduct repairs.
1052DN169_CheckPointTerminal02Barametric drop detected in pipe section P13 Please conduct repairs after fixing leaks at... D23 G14 G17 K12 M27 M31 S24
1053DN169_FabricationSubTerminalTask Code: 5e772 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. McLeod Start Date: 10/18/2077 End Date: 10/25/2077 Status: Incomplete Client: - CLASSIFIED - Fabrication Task: - CLASSIFIED - ================================================= Notes: Fabrication Lab is to be restricted to students and faculty with RF3 Clearance for the duration of this project. Any Military personnel who arrive on site should be directed to me. -Dr. McLeod D.Eng
1054DN169_FabricationSubTerminalTask Code: 8a367 Faculty Supervisor: Prof. Hawkins Start Date: 10/26/2077 End Date: 11/14/2077 Status: Pending Client: RobCo Fabrication Task: Mr. Handy leaf blower arm prototype ================================================= Notes: Attention students, we are already aware of the flaw in the schematics RobCo sent us and I am contacting their VP of engineering to discuss what changes can be made. Unfortuntely if we remove the task from the queue they won't get their prototypes till next June. If any of you are able to find the problem, it will be considered for extra credit, otherwise they will just have to fix the problem manually when we deliver them their order. -Prof. Hawkins
1055DN169_FabricationSubTerminalTask Code: 9b659 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Simons Start Date: 11/15/2077 End Date: 12/03/2077 Status: Pending Client: City of Boston, Tourism Department Fabrication Task: Santa Exoskeleton ================================================= Notes: The Boston Tourism Dept. is requesting 50 exoskeletons for the standard public model protectron. Design is currently underway by our graduate students. Be aware that these must use the standard external ports and cannot require altering the existing units in any lasting way. -Dr. Simons
1056DN169_FabricationTerminal:::::System Error::::: Connection failure detected with fabrication arms! Please check hardwire connections. For your protection please ensure all machinery has been powered down.
1057DN169_GarageSubTerminalI don't know how long it's been since we were trapped in here, but we finally managed to hotwire into the generator to get some power. We don't know what happened on the surface but the upper floors of the parking garage have collapsed and we can't find a way through. Since it was a sunday when the collapse happened it was just me, a couple other professors, and a handful of grad students. One of the students was helping move terminals to one of the other labs with his car so I've gotten this hooked up so we can keep a journal in case.... well in case of the worst.
1058DN169_GarageSubTerminalAs best we can tell it has been two weeks that we've been stuck down here. We've been trying to check the radio at each of the vehicles for a short time each day so their batteries don't short out and we just managed to pick up some sort of looping transmission. Something from the military saying to evacuate the city. It was too broken up to hear, but that would explain why there haven't been any rescue efforts by now. One of the trucks was stocking the university vending machines so we've still got food, but if I ever get out of here I don't want to see a Dandy Boy apple ever again.
1059DN169_GarageSubTerminalWe've given up on outside rescue so we're taking matters into our own hands. We can see the elevator on the other side of that lodged truck and according to the university blueprints there should be a water main leading to one of the sub basement labs in the central hall on the other side of the shaft. If we can find a way to get to it and blow a hole through the wall, we should be able to reach it. We've started pulling fusion cores and whatever else we can find and are going to try to blow a hole to the lower level so we can reach the ramp to the elevator. Lets just hope this place is still stable enough to take a blast.
1060DN169_TestingLabSubTerminalWe found this robot locked in one of the secure labs. Looks military, and the limb servos are waaaay beyond what I've been working with. Definitely not RobCo. I wonder what kind of mechanical output these things can do. I'm going to set it up on the treadmill and start it off at 30% output, then ramp it to 75% and collect the data.
1061DN169_TestingLabSubTerminalI tried to stop the simulation after the servo output reached 50% and the first chain snapped but I didn't reach it in time and that thing ran straight through the wall! Oh god I am going to be in so much touble. Okay, don't panic. Just put it back in the cart and bring it back to the lab and oh crap someone is coming.
1062DN169_TestingLabTerminalStudents, please refrain from using network "handles" for you log in. We are making progress on tracking down the students who hacked all the public terminals to say "Dean Blackstone licks butts" on start up and they WILL be prosecutted. Using your assigned school login IDs also ensures that students are given equal time for lab use, and ensures that we know who last used the lab in case of damages.
1063DN170_Terminal_GovernerOfficeTo all employees, You will see a lot of unfamiliar faces around the office at night. Don't be alarmed, we have a maintenance crew coming in to fix the bathrooms. The problem is related to the old plumbing in the basement. Knowing this, I would ask that everyone refrain from using the building bathrooms until the maintenance is completed. Sorry for the inconvenience. Have a nice day. - Susan M. Human Resources Consultant
1064DN170_Terminal_GovernerOfficeIt's Robert's birthday today! Everyone join us in the lounge for coffee and cake at 3pm! Don't worry about a gift, just bring yourself! - T. Daniels
1065DN170_Terminal_GovernerOfficeSubmenuThis is outrageous! How do they expect me to be able to maintain a powerful public image when I have to go across the street everytime I need to take a leak! That maintenance crew has one week before I throw them out! - Governor Graham
1066DN170_Terminal_GovernerOfficeSubmenuFollowing the outbursts related to my.. recent changes to political power. We'll be moving any important artifacts to storage. They'll be moved back once we feel it's safe. History will be preserved. - Governor Graham
1067DN170_Terminal_GovernerOfficeSubmenuToday we placed the city under martial law. Nobody wants to do this, but it has to be. Only a commie would suggest these actions aren't necessary. And I'll be dead before a red tries to dictate how I protect my country. - Governor Graham
1068DN170_Terminal_GovernerOfficeSubmenuHow dare they attempt to remove me from office during a time like this? Robert just wants to take my place just before we make our big move, that fat weasel! To hell with tradition! I will remain Governor. I'll take the long walk when I damn please. - Governor Graham
1069DN170_Terminal_JanitorOfficeIt's Robert's birthday today! Everyone join us in the lounge for coffee and cake at 3pm! Don't worry about a gift, just bring yourself! - T. Daniels
1070DN170_Terminal_JanitorOfficeSubmenuWhole place is going to hell lately. I'm getting outta here next week. Lets see how well these guys do when the walls start leakin!
1071DN170_Terminal_JanitorOfficeSubmenuI told them we need to replace the whole thing. They keep sendin me down here and I keep patching it up. Sooner or later it's all going to blow.
1072DN170_Terminal_JanitorOfficeSubmenuI swear if I have to clean piss off another bathroom floor because of that drunk Daniels, I'm outta here.
1073DN170_Terminal_JanitorOfficeSubmenuThis has gotta be the scummiest job I've ever had. Wife said I smelled like shit when I got home the other day. I tells her, you think I don't know that?
1074DN170_Terminal_PowerSwitchEmergency Door Override: Activated.
1075DN170_Terminal_PowerSwitchEmergency door override already initiated. Please contact your local fire marshall if you need to reset this operation.
1076DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeTo all employees, You will see a lot of unfamiliar faces around the office at night. Don't be alarmed, we have a maintenance crew coming in to fix the bathrooms. The problem is related to the old plumbing in the basement. Knowing this, I would ask that everyone refrain from using the building bathrooms until the maintenance is completed. Sorry for the inconvenience. Have a nice day. - Susan M. Human Resources Consultant
1077DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeHey Robert, We all wanted to do something nice for you on your birthday. It's only fair since you've gotta work today! Come join us in the cafeteria for coffee and cake, everyone will be there. - T. Daniels P.S. You like devil's food cake, right?
1078DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeHey Robert, Sorry, not going to be able to make it to the baseball game this week. I have a dentist appointment. Maybe next time? Also can you look around for another quote for the maintenance? That last one you sent was too much. Governor Graham doesn't want us overspending on miscellaneous things. - Susan M. Human Resources Consultant
1079DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeSubmenuThis place smells terrible recently. Better fix whatever is wrong with the pipes soon. If this is how I'm to spend my last few months I may just pack it in now. - Treasurer Robert Yemelin
1080DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeSubmenuFinancial Reports for the previous fiscal year have been filed. Major discrepencies from last year include increases to military spending and reductions to healthcare, utilities and public transportion. Not that anyone else will ever know, the reports will undoubtably be changed before release to public record. - Treasurer Robert Yemelin
1081DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeSubmenuI can't stand this place. I'm leaving the beginning of next year. I don't care if anyone sees this. I'm not a commie! - Treasurer Robert Yemelin
1082DN170_Terminal_TreasurerOfficeSubmenuThis guy is such an asshole. He knows how I've felt about Susan ever since I got here and now he's taking her out to dinner? What can Susan see in a guy like that? Anyway, making note not give him tickets to the baseball game this week. - Treasurer Robert Yemelin
1083DNBostonCommon_BoylstonTerminalMembership Policy The honor of Membership in the Boylston Club shall be extended to: - Current and former Presidents, Vice Presidents, Senators, and Justices of the United States. - Current and former Governors and Lieutenant Governors of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. - The legitimate male heirs of members. - Other distinguished gentlemen of social or intellectual worth, as nominated by the membership and willing to remit an annual fee of $500,000.
1084DNBostonCommon_BoylstonTerminalOctober Events Calendar -10/5/77- Canadian Cigars: Fad or Fashon? A members-only tasting with Master Tobacconist Richard Glazier. -10/16/77- An Evening with Lieutenant Governor Graham. Seven-course prix fixe dinner with spirits to follow. -10/21/77- The Red Menace: Wines of Asia. Monthly tasting with Sommelier Lincoln Thomas. -10/30/77- SPECIAL EVENT (added 10/24): Memoriam Gala. Free food, open bar for members still able to make it. Final Toast at midnight. See flyer for details.
1085GlowingSeaPOIJB03_Terminal...Communication Link Established Roof Access Security lock released. Opening door...
1086GlowingSeaPOIJB03_Terminal...Communication Link Established Roof Access Security lock engaged. Sealing door...
1087GlowingSeaPOIJB03_Terminal_Sub01Customer: William Thomas Problem: Mr. Handy randomly loses mobility and falls to the ground about four time a day. Asked if he knew what could've caused the issue, Will reported seeing the neighborhood kids throwing baseballs at the robot. However, no physical damage noticed upon inspection. Labor: 16 hours Mechanic Report: Although no physical harm was noticed, one of the guys did find some loose screws inside. Upon further inspection it was determined that the propulsion fail switch was being activated by one or more of the loose screws causing the Handy to fall to the ground.
1088GlowingSeaPOIJB03_Terminal_Sub01Customer: Jerod Beene Problem: Jerod brought in his "Mr. Handy" after noticing it constantly bumping into things around the house. Labor: 8 hours Mechanic Report: Two of the three optical sensors have been wired incorrectly causing the bot to mistranslate incoming data on its surroundings. This bot has been so heavily modified I'm sure it's breaking all kinds of federal laws.
1089GlowingSeaPOIJB03_Terminal_Sub01Customer: Jessica McCann Problem: Jessica brought in her company's Protectron after several co-workers complained of a mildew smell coming from the bot. When asked about any potential causes, Jessica reported that the company did host a happy hour last week and things may have gotten a little out of control. The Protectron may or may have not been involved in a pool party. Labor: 4 hours Mechanic Report: The lower compartment was completely filled with water. Drained, cleaned, rinsed, and dried.
1090GoodneighborFredTerminalThe secret to being a great chem dealer? Personal experience, man. That's why I'm going to try everything. But chemistry is like, science, you know? So we're gonna log every hit I take. The better I can understand the high, the better I can sell that to the customers. I swear, sometimes I scare myself I'm so smart.
1091GoodneighborFredTerminalOh, man. JET! That's why they call it JET, man! Wooo! I'm flying! FLYING BABY!
1092GoodneighborFredTerminalOh man, I feel, like, "loquacious." I don't even know what that MEANS, man! But it's like my brain is just putting it all together faster than I can even process it.
1093GoodneighborFredTerminalExperiment One: Punch through a board. Results: Oh yeah. That was easy. Experiment Two: Punch through TEN boards. Results: I'm invincible! This is like, some comic-book level strength. Experiment Three: Punch through STEEL boards, man! Results: Typing with my left hand. Gotta cook some Stimpaks.
1094GoodneighborFredTerminalHad to get Rufus to rebuild this terminal. I was on the Psycho high and I was typing and I just... man it was like I couldn't NOT be angry. Just started PUNCHING the keys, man! PUNCHING THEM! PUNCHING AND PUNCHING AND... I think maybe I should lie down...
1095GoodneighborHancocksTerminalThird Rail (1,000) - Gotta hand it to Charlie and Magnolia, they keep the caps coming. Hotel Rexford (100) - Marowski ain't what he used to be. Kill or Be Killed (550) - Kleo's good at the "sexy and scary" routine. I can relate. Daisy's Discounts (480) - Good old Daisy. Can buy/sell anything.
1096GoodneighborHancocksTerminalTraders report increased gunner activity around quarry. Keep an eye on this.
1097GoodneighborHancocksTerminalDiamond City: Rumors that Valentine has gone missing. Skinny Malone possibly involved. Assasinated? Doubtful, Valentine is more resourceful than that.
1098GoodneighborHancocksTerminalBrotherhood of Steel just showed up in a big way. Need to get some eyes there. Can't afford not to know their plans.
1099GoodneighborHotelRegisterDespite my sensible objections, Marowski has allowed Fred Allen to relocate the trifling remains of this family's once vast chem business to the basement. At least that oaf sleeps down there instead of in the guest rooms. Heaven knows what kind of sty he's wallowing in.
1100GoodneighborHotelRegisterStan will always have a place here, of course. And to think, we used to have dozens of good men like him looking after this place.
1101GoodneighborHotelRegisterNo other name given. He's upstairs in the guest rooms and rarely leaves. At least he's quiet.
1102GoodneighborHotelRegisterOccassionally rents a room here for "the acoustics" whatever that means.
1103GoodneighborHotelRegisterMister Rubins has a standing deal to trade room and board in exchange for various handyman services.
1104GoodneighborHotelRegisterOur entire staff for this hotel comprises myself and one remaining janitor, who I think only works here for easy access to Fred's chem stash.
1105GoodneighborIrmaTerminalAll of his memories are about that Silver Shroud radio show he's always going on about. That reminds me, I keep telling him to keep all of his posters and toys inside his room. They always seem to spill out into the main floor. Poor Kent. People may gossip about the Den taking advantage of him, but the truth is he's our biggest charity case. If I lived to be over 200, I know I'd be tired of the real world, too. What's the harm in letting him dream a little longer than the next fella? Amari put in some safety settings into his Memory Lounger so he doesn't starve himself to death. Far as I'm concerned, if he wants to live out the rest of his days plugged in and occassionally waking up to eat and stare at his poster collection, that's his choice.
1106GoodneighborIrmaTerminalMayor Hancock's memories are... well, let's just say if you thought he was handsome and dangerous now, you should've seen him before he turned ghoul. And I thought I knew how to have a good time...
1107GoodneighborIrmaTerminalFred Allen at the Hotel Rexford keeps coming in, high as the day is long. One day he comes in on Jet, and asks for a memory of him being on Buffout. He says it's "for an experiment." Getting stoned on Jet, and then playing a memory of yourself being stoned on Buffout WHILE you're still stoned on Jet... Well, you have to admire his committment.
1108GoodneighborIrmaTerminalClair's memories are quite vivid. Amari says she must have "one of those brains" with great attention to detail. Maybe that's why she's so meticulous. Oh, and she sure had a cute husband back when she was younger. I can see why she misses him.
1109GoodneighborIrmaTerminalI love the irony of a staunch opponent of the Den coming in to sample the goods. Temptation. It gets us all in the end. Reminder to myself: Daisy may not look it now, but there's a reason she's lived to be such a ripe, old age. Best that no one knows she ever came here. I don't need a reason for the hellion side of her coming out, looking for pay back.
1110GoodneighborKleoTerminalLaser shot at long range. She is too close to home for outright assault to be viable without suspicion.
1111GoodneighborKleoTerminalKill bodyguard first. Strangulation while she sleeps. Then load all doses of chems in the Old State House with poisons. Collateral damage possible, but losses acceptable without too much disruption to the business.
1112GoodneighborKleoTerminalWait until Super Mutant or Raider attack. High explosives at key areas of the defensive perimeter. Relocation necessary afterwards as Goodneighbor would be left vulnerable.
1113GoodneighborKleoTerminalSensors picked up digging sounds recently. Workers and guards being hired at high rates. Wait until night. Sneak into hideout. Dismantle lights then kill one by one.
1114GoodneighborKleoTerminalPay off one of his associates. Good help is so hard to hold onto these days.
1115GoodneighborKleoTerminalA fellow working girl. Deserves a chance. Burn down the Third Rail as a warning. If she resists after that, clean shot to the head.
1116GriswoldJournalTerminalOn Death By: Griswold Lo, to die. To kill, to maim. I really like to watch men die. I hope nobody kills me. So I can kill them instead. The end.
1117GriswoldJournalTerminalOn Sue By: Griswold Sue is pretty. Sue is nice. Sue can shoot real good even at night. I love Sue. THE END
1118GriswoldJournalTerminalOn Griswold By: Griswold Lo to be tough and handsome Lo to be the best shooter ever Lo to be Griswold, Best raider ever THE END
1119GriswoldJournalTerminalOn Sue By: Griswold Sue is mean and not nice That is why I shot her twice THE END
1120GriswoldsTerminalFinally got all the terminals wired up. Took a while to get the turrets playing nice, especially. I have to remember to get something nice for Jake after what happened to his pet molerat... I wish Sue didn't have to be such a pain about this taking a while. Just because she can load up a few holotapes doesn't mean she knows the first thing about how complicated this old crap is. Whatever. It works now.
1121hackerProtectronHolotapeSubMenuLoading Protocol...
1122hackerProtectronHolotapeSubMenu!! WARNING !! Safety Inhibitors Offline Regard Protectron as Highly Dangerous Clear area of all Personnel !! WARNING !!
1123hackerProtectronHolotapeSubMenuWelcome, Administrator. Targeting Parameters have been erased and set to ADMIN_USER_GROUP::
1124hackerSpotlightHolotapeSubMenu..// SPO7L1GH7 0VERL0RD v4.2 \\.. - load holotape (must have hardline spotlight\s) - OVERRIDE will make your lights detect anyone hostile to you. - CLEAR will make your lights not detect anyone. Pretty Lights. - SABOTAGE will cause self-destruct. Lights go boom. - let there be light!! Or not. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ |P|h|a|e|d|r|O|S| +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
1125hackerSpotlightHolotapeSubMenuWelcome, Administrator. Detection Parameters have been erased and set to ADMIN_USER_GROUP.
1126hackerSpotlightHolotapeSubMenuDetection Parameters cleared. Spotlights will not detect anyone.
1127hackerSpotlightHolotapeSubMenuERROR: Operations already in progress.
1128hackerSpotlightHolotapeSubMenuERROR: Operations already in progress.
1129hackerSpotlightHolotapeSubMenu>>SPOTLIGHT OVERRIDE PROGRAM >>CIRCUIT BREAKER DISBALED >>CURRENT INCREASED ************* * ! ! ALERT !! * ************* ! ! CATASTROPHIC UNIT DAMAGE IMMINMENT ! !
1130hackerTurretAmmoHolotapeSubMenu>>New loadout procedure accepted .. .. .. >>Initializing new loadout.. .. .. >>Loadout initialized.
1131hackerTurretAmmoHolotapeSubMenu>>New loadout procedure accepted .. .. .. >>Initializing new loadout.. .. .. >>Loadout initialized.
1132hackerTurretAmmoHolotapeSubMenu>>New loadout procedure accepted .. .. .. >>Initializing new loadout.. .. .. >>Loadout initialized.
1133hackerTurretAmmoHolotapeSubMenu>>New loadout procedure accepted .. .. .. >>Initializing new loadout.. .. .. >>Loadout initialized.
1134hackerTurretHolotapeSubMenu..// TURR3T 0VERL0RD v3.1 \\.. - load holotape (must have hardline turret\s) - SCRAMBLE will target all (you too sucker!) - OVERRIDE will make you admin. Smite all foes! - SABOTAGE will cause self-destruct upon firing - let chaos reign!! +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ |P|h|a|e|d|r|O|S| +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
1135hackerTurretHolotapeSubMenu>>Accessing maintenance procedures.. ERROR: All workers are required clearance to cl..::OVERRIDE:: ..% ERROR: No new targeting parameters present reseting to ma..:OVERRIDE:: ..% >>Targeting parameters cleared.. NOTICE: Workers should exercise caution when cleaning and updating live turrets. Per our contractual obligation we remind you that in the event of any damages or injury during maintenance hours you agree to hold the company harmle::OVERRIDE::
1136hackerTurretHolotapeSubMenu>>Accessing maintenance procedures.. ERROR: All workers are required clearance to cl..::OVERRIDE:: ..% >>New targeting parameters accepted.. ::ADMIN_USER_GROUP:: >>Targeting parameters cleared.. >>Targeting parameters initialized.. NOTICE: Workers should exercise caution when cleaning and updating live turrets. Per our contractual obligation we remind you that in the event of any damages or injury during maintenance hours you agree to hold the company harmle::OVERRIDE::
1137hackerTurretHolotapeSubMenu>>Accessing maintenance procedures.. >>Initiating receiver exchange calibration.. ERROR: No new receiver calibration data present, reverting to defau..::OVERRIDE:: ..% >>Receiver exchange calibration complete: Set to : NULL ************* * !! ALERT !! * ************* ! ! DO NOT ALLOW WEAPON TO FIRE ! ! ! ! CATASTROPHIC UNIT DAMAGE LIKELY ! !
1138hackerTurretTargetHolotapeSubMenuHello, Hostage Negotiator [//PHA3DR-0$ !!] >>Scanning for possible explosive devices.. .. .. WARNING: Possible hostages detected: Parameters not set: Revert to.::OVERRIDE:: ..% >>Executing order: Detonation Thank you for using our state of the art Hostage Negotiation protocols. We pride ourselves on being the safest way to deal with todays terrorist threats. If you'd like to tell us how we are doing please fill out the survey aft..::OVERRIDE::
1139hackerTurretTargetHolotapeSubMenuHello, Evacuation Officer [//PHA3DR-0$ !!] >>Scanning for possible evacuation impedances.. .. .. >>Attempting to remove any and all threats to evacuation procedures.. Upon removal please be sure to make way to the nearest exit. Evacuation response teams will be there to assist you shor..:ERROR NO OUTGOING SIGNAL::..tly. Have a nice day.
1140hackerTurretTargetHolotapeSubMenuNo targets currently meet remote targeting parameters.
1141Inst305_ReactorTerminalSub01Radiation Level Inside Reactor - LOW ----Warning: Exercise caution when entering Reactor regardless of radiation levels.
1142Inst305_ReactorTerminalSub01Radiation Level Inside Reactor - HIGH ----Warning: Exercise caution when entering Reactor regardless of radiation levels.
1143Inst305_ReactorTerminalSub01...Reactor Shutdown Protocol Activated ... ...Unauthorized Access ... ...Reactor Shutdown Unsuccessful
1144Inst305_ReactorTerminalSub01...Reactor Startup Protocol Activated ... ...Powering Up ...Radiation Levels Increasing ... ...Reactor Startup Successful ----------------------- Warning - Excercise extreme caution when entering Reactor Chamber.
1145Inst305_ReactorTerminalSub01...Reactor Startup Protocol Activated ... ...Reactor Core Exposed ...Required Components Missing ... ...Reactor Startup Unsuccessful
1146InstituteAdvSysTerminal01Access: Local. Login: Li.M Notes: Review of Phase Three project status Access: Local. Login: Li.M Notes: update diagnostic tools for child synth project Access: Remote. Login: DIRECTOR Notes: --REDACTED-- Access: Local. Login: Li.M Notes: Review of all BioScience projects
1147InstituteAdvSysTerminal01The official explanation for the "accident" in the FEV lab remains unsatisfactory. Facilities has nothing; they simply refer me to the Director. And he's keeping something from me. I've been around long enough to see it. I wonder if he ever considers the ramifications of what he's asked me to do? If he worries that having me build a synth that's supposed to approximate him as a child might give me some unintended insights into his character? Probably not. And to be honest, it probably won't.
1148InstituteAdvSysTerminal01Sub1Status: Behind Schedule Latest Developments: - Housing upgraded per specifications of Li.M - Exhaust couplings replaced - magnetic confinement field calculations refined
1149InstituteAdvSysTerminal01Sub1Status: In Progress Latest Developments: - New skin added per Director's specifications - Motor control issues addressed - Latest personality matrix from Robotics division installed
1150InstituteAdvSysTerminal01Sub1Status: Ongoing Latest Developments: - Focusing mechanisms upgraded per Ormand.R - frequency modifications per Watson.E - new housings fabricated
1151InstituteAdvSysTerminal01Sub1Status: N/A Latest Developments: - Ormand.R working on localized Relay focus - All other prototypes/theoretical models delayed due to Phase Three
1152InstituteAdvSysTerminal02Access: Local. Login: Ormand.R Notes: submitting research projects for approval Access: Local. Login: Ormand.R Notes: update diagnostic tools for child synth project Access: Remote. Login: Ayo.J Notes: --REDACTED-- Access: Local. Login: Watson.E Notes: Rejection of project proposals
1153InstituteAdvSysTerminal02Dr. Li has been spending more and more time in her lab with the kid. Synth. Thing. It's creepy, and I can't help but wonder if she's getting a little too attached. Evan has rejected my last 12 proposals. I don't know how to get through to that man at all.
1154InstituteAdvSysTerminal02I cannot believe Doctor Li would betray the Institute. Objectively, I recognize that she's gone, but... I just can't believe it. Everyone is acting like it's business as usual. No one even wants to discuss it. It's maddening. I guess all we can do is move on, and be grateful for the work she did while she was here. That, and hope she doesn't give the Brotherhood enough of an edge to destroy us all.
1155InstituteAdvSysTerminal02Sub01Proposal: Build on existing Institute research into implants/cybernetics to augment human capabilities and lifespan. Previous program met with limited success in a single subject; using a broader array of subjects and new techniques could prove highly effective. Approval: Rejected - Director Notes: None given
1156InstituteAdvSysTerminal02Sub01Proposal: Divert time/materials from current Phase Three research to exploring the possibility of sustainable nuclear reactions through electrochemical processes at or near room temperatures. Pre-war work on the subject yielded no concrete results; advances in technology could potentially make it possible. Approval: Rejected - Li.M Notes: Evidence suggests this is, and always will be, a pipe dream
1157InstituteAdvSysTerminal02Sub01Proposal: Modification to Relay assembly allowing for extra parameters when re-materializing, specifically to explore recalibrating object size and density. Imagine if it were possible to use the Relay to shrink someone down to the size of an insect... or even smaller! Approval Rejected - Watson.E Notes: Let's keep things out of the realm of science fiction, please.
1158InstituteAdvSysTerminal02Sub01Proposal: Pre-war plasma weapons exist, albeit in a somewhat primitive state. Samples have been collected; with work from a dedicated research team said weapons could be improved upon dramatically. Approval Pending - Li.M Notes: Something to consider, after Phase Three is complete
1159InstituteAdvSysTerminal03Access: Local. Login: Watson.E Notes: Reviewing research proposals Access: Local. Login: Watson.E Notes: Rejecting research proposals Access: Remote. Login: Li.M Notes: Reviewing synth progress updates Access: Local. Login: Watson.E Notes: Updating findings on child synth development Access: Local. Login: Watson.E Notes: Submitting regulation updates to Directorate
1160InstituteAdvSysTerminal03Submitted to Directorate for Approval ** Review permissions for assigning sidearms to personnel. SRB recommendations to increase security have over-ridden any normal procedures for allowing Institute scientists to carry firearms. Training for said firearms also needs to be updated. ** Reconsider inter-departmental network access. Certain divisions appear to be abusing this. ** Security systems need to be reviewed by Facilities Division ASAP. Given recent events it is extremely important that the Institute be prepared for any conceivable situation, no matter how unlikely. Dr. Ayo has requested this for some time, and I am now inclined to agree with him
1161InstituteAdvSysTerminal03I have, in the last 24 hours, observed no less than seven blatant violations of Institute protocol. The degree to which people appear to ignore the rules which have been put in place to keep us all safe is incredibly disappointing. Madison insists that I continue the testing battery with the child synth, despite my reservations about the project as a whole. If this were any other situation, I would not have second thoughts about going straight to the Director, but given the circumstances, I shall simply wait it out.
1162InstituteAdvSysTerminal03No one believed me. I warned them. I said that she couldn't really be trusted, that she wasn't honestly one of us. This is why we don't allow outsiders into the Institute. Now she's gone, and has taken who knows how many secrets to the Brotherhood. I've scrubbed her terminal for any sign of data removal; there's nothing apparent but that doesn't mean it didn't happen. She was annoyingly clever.
1163InstituteBioScienceTerminal1Synth Zoological Inititiave Phase 2 Development Journal Initial thoughts... What to create? We've engineered creatures that inhabit the sky and the land... the next logical step is a creature of the sea. The greatest challenge remains data collection. Accurate measurements, behavioral data, life cycle, habitat, etc. Might Nahant have something useful? Note to self: request that we allocate a scavenger team to that area. So which aquatic creature makes a good candidate. Start with size. Nothing too large, nothing too small. Most promising candiates: genus delphinus, genus Carcharhinus. On-site habitat will be a logistical challenge. Expansion of Bioscience likely necessary, including large water tank. Many logistical challenges to implement, Facilities division likely to oppose this. Have to pitch this as the first step in a broader plan: What else can go in the aquatic habitat? Can we grow food there? What other experiments could we do? Could we develop underwater synth models to carry out seabed salvage operations? Probably far-fetched - need to work on this more. Will table this journal for the time being, focus on other priorities until I can come up with more reasons that we'll benefit from the aquatic habitat. Can still gather data in the meantime.
1164InstituteBioScienceTerminal1Director Holdren, Here are the details you requested re: the gorilla behavioral anomalies. - A total of 16 incidents of heightened aggression have been documented. - BioScience personnel who witnessed these events, myself included, would categorize the level of aggression displayed as extreme and dangerous. - In all, six synth handlers have been destroyed by gorilla attacks. - As for what triggers these behavioral changes, I speculate that it's a reaction to perceived conflict. Several attacks followed heated arguments that took place within earshot of the pen. Another occurred soon after the recent SRB security sweep. - It seems clear there's a fault in the behavioral model. I doubt it can be corrected. I know you're against it, but I think we have to consider destroying them. - Failing that, I recommend that all contact with the gorillas be limited to synth units only. BioScience personnel should not be permitted to come into contact. The risk is simple too great. - Karlin
1165InstituteBioScienceTerminal1ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Category Update: SZI Phase 2 Prep Access: Local. Login: Volkert.B Category Update: Feeding & Maintenance Log Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Category Update: SZI Phase 2 Prep Access: Remote. Login: Ayo.J Notes: --REDACTED- Access: Local. Login: Karlin.I Category Added: Behavioral Anomaly Report Access: Local. Login: K3-19 Maintenance: replaced cooling unit Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Message Transmit/Primary Director's Terminal Message Subject: "SZI Phase 2"
1166InstituteBioScienceTerminal1ASynth Zoological Inititiave Phase 2 Development Journal Initial thoughts... What to create? We've engineered creatures that inhabit the sky and the land - the next logical step is a creature of the sea. The greatest challenge remains data collection. Accurate measurements, behavioral data, life cycle, habitat, etc. Might Nahant have something useful? Note to self: request that we allocate a scavenger team to that area. So which aquatic creature makes a good candidate. Start with size. Nothing to large, nothing too small. Most promising candiates: genus delphinus, genus Carcharhinus. On-site habitat will be a logistical challenge. Expansion of Bioscience likely necessary, including large water tank. Many logistical challenges to implement, Facilities division likely to oppose this. Have to pitch this as the first step in a broader plan: What else can go in the aquatic habitat? Can we grow food there? What other experiments could we do? Could we develop underwater synth models to carry out seabed salvage operations? Probably far-fetched - need to work on this more. Will table this journal for the time being, focus on other priorities until I can come up with more reasons that we'll benefit from the aquatic habitat. Can still gather data in the meantime.
1167InstituteBioScienceTerminal1ADirector Holdren, Here are the details you requested re: the gorilla behavioral anomalies. - A total of 16 incidents of heightened aggression have been documented. - BioScience personnel who witnessed these events, myself included, would categorize the level of aggression displayed as extreme and dangerous. - In all, six synth handlers have been destroyed by gorilla attacks. - As for what triggers these behavioral changes, I speculate that it's a reaction to perceived conflict. Several attacks followed heated arguments that took place within earshot of the pen. Another occurred soon after the recent SRB security sweep. - It seems clear there's a fault in the behavioral model. I doubt it can be corrected. I know you're against it, but I think we have to consider destroying them. - Failing that, I recommend that all contact with the gorillas be limited to synth units only. BioScience personnel should not be permitted to come into contact. The risk is simple too great. - Karlin
1168InstituteBioScienceTerminal1AACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Category Update: SZI Phase 2 Prep Access: Local. Login: Volkert.B Category Update: Feeding & Maintenance Log Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Category Update: SZI Phase 2 Prep Access: Remote. Login: Ayo.J Notes: --REDACTED- Access: Local. Login: Karlin.I Category Added: Behavioral Anomaly Report Access: Local. Login: K3-19 Maintenance: replaced cooling unit Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Message Transmit/Primary Director's Terminal Message Subject: "SZI Phase 2"
1169InstituteBioScienceTerminal1SubThe Warwick Homestead Initiative was conceived to facilitate field testing of various genetically-modified specimens in the unique climate of the Commonwealth. It is hoped that we gain insight into the effects of trace radiation on the growth and developments of said specimens. We of the BioScience division are in full agreement on the following hypothesis: subjected to the proper levels of ambient radiation and soil ph such as those found in the exceptionally fertile soil at Warwick Homestead, our modified seed specimens are likely to exhibit accelerated growth rate and a two-fold increase in size.
1170InstituteBioScienceTerminal1SubStage 1: Using genetic manipulation, we will develop a unique breed of Cucurbitaceae with similar characteristics to those commonly farmed in the Commonwealth. Stage 2: Acquire Roger Warwick, patriarch of Warwick Homestead, and conduct a series of intensive interrogation sessions to learn all we can about his life and family. Stage 3: With the intelligence gathered in Stage 2, create a synth replica of Roger Warwick and embed the unit on-site at Warwick Homestead to oversee the operation directly. SRB will handle logistics of this aspect of the initiative. Stage 4: Begin covert deliveries of prototype seed batches for planting. Stage 5: Collect observational data from embedded unit. Stage 6: When sufficient data has been collected, retrieve synth unit and specimens for lab study. Purge all surface evidence of the initiative.
1171InstituteBioScienceTerminal1SubBATCH p761: READY FOR SHIPMENT BATCH p664: DELIVERY COMPLETE REPORT WW/877.1004 RECEIVED BATCH p609: DELIVERY COMPLETE BATCH p609: INITIATE DELIVERY BATCH p609: READY FOR SHIPMENT REPORT WW/877.0905 RECEIVED BATCH p557: DELIVERY COMPLETE REPORT WW/877.1004 RECEIVED BATCH p557: DELIVERY COMPLETE BATCH p557: INITIATE DELIVERY BATCH p557: READY FOR SHIPMENT REPORT WW/877.0715 RECEIVED BATCH p534: BATCH DESTROYED IN TRANSIT BATCH p534: INITIATE DELIVERY BATCH p534: READY FOR SHIPMENT
1172InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Male, mid-30s. Poor overall health. Post-submersion results: Consistent with standard results Subject Status: DISCARDED
1173InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Female, late-30s. Moderate overall health. Post-submersion results: Initially consistent with standard results. Rapid decline in physical condition. Subject Status: DECEASED
1174InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Male, early 30s. Moderate overall health. Post-submersion results: Physical condition consistent with standard results. Mental acuity charting slightly higher than average. Subject Status: TAGGED, DISCARDED
1175InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Male, late 20s. Above average overall health. Post-submersion results: Rapid decline in mental capacity, anomalous physical results Subject Status: TERMINATED
1176InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Female, early 20s. Moderate overall health. Post-submersion results: Rapid, excessive physical growth. Aggression far above normal parameters. Subject Status: TERMINATED
1177InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Male, mid-30s. Poor overall health. Post-submersion results: Inconclusive Subject Status: TERMINATED Note: Subject unintentionally terminated during Incident V. Data should be culled from future reports.
1178InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub1Baseline: Female, early 30s. Moderate overall health. Post-submersion results: Inconclusive Subject Status: TERMINATED Note: Subject unintentionally terminated during Incident V. Data should be culled from future reports.
1179InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub2Entered By: Syverson.C Notes: Latest round of testing complete. Results are all within expected parameters. Informed Dr. Zimmer directly, as he had ordered the tests personally. He seemed annoyed with the results; unsure what he was looking for. He declined to specify why he wanted the tests run to begin with.
1180InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub2Entered by: Virgil.B Notes: I have officially assumed the lead role on the project after Dr. Syverson's passing. Latest round of subjects show results similar to previous test runs over last 5 years. No statistical deviation noted. Synthetic organics continue to perform well; the necessity of further tests is unexplained.
1181InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub2Entered By: Virgil.B Notes: Nothing new. Always the same. Have entered formal complaint with Directorate; these tests are not bringing in any valuable information. The organics project was spun off decades ago. Why do we insist on continuing this?
1182InstituteFEVTerminal01Sub2Entered By: DIRECTOR OVERRIDE AZ-99 Notes: --REDACTED-- All inquiries about this project should now go straight to the Director. The lab will be offline until further notice.
1183InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Access: Local. Login: Volkert.D Notes: Updating incident reports Access: Local. Login: Volkert.D Notes: Updating incident reports Access: Remote. Login: Ayo.J Notes: --REDACTED-- Access: Local. Login: Volkert.D Notes: Review of hydroponics output
1184InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Latest batch of food from hydroponics shows increased vitamin-D content; should help with the deficiencies I've been seeing lately.
1185InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Sub01Incident 2845 Patient: Thompson.E Presenting symptom: First-degree burns, left hand Notes: Patient placed his hand inside power relay without first disengaging. First aid applied.
1186InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Sub01Incident 2677 Patient: Filmore.Q Presenting symptom: abdominal distress Notes: Patient ingested lubricant from Robotics Division "on a dare." Emetic dispensed.
1187InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Sub01Incident 2433 Patient: Binet.L Presenting symptom: wrist sprain, right hand Notes: Patient declined to say how injury occurred; only indicated it was related to "using a terminal." Splint applied.
1188InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Sub01Incident 2128 Patient: Loken.M Presenting symptom: Dislocated shoulder, right side Notes: Apparent malfunction of synth - handshake gesture applied with extreme force. Shoudler re-set and pain medication dispensed.
1189InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Sub01Incident 2058 Patient: REDACTED Presenting symptom: Severe blunt trauma to upper torso Notes: Injuries received in FEV lab REDACTED DIRECTOR OVERRIDE AZ-77
1190InstituteInfirmaryTerminal01Sub01Incident 2049 Patient: Director Presenting Symptom: Dizziness, shortness of breath Notes: Test results revealed... REDACTED DIRECTOR OVERRIDE AZ-77
1191InstituteSRBTerminal2CURRENT WATCHER ALLOCATION Diamond City: 4 pods Fort Hagen: 2 pods Warwick Homestead: 1 pod Goodneighbor: 3 pods Covenant: 1 pod Vault 81: 1 pod Libertalia: 2 pods
1192InstituteSRBTerminal2ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Accessed Watcher Allocation Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Update Threat Assessment Access: Local. Login: X6-88 Accessed Threat Assessment Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Update Watcher Allocation Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Accessed Threat Assessment
1193InstituteSRBTerminal2SubBROTHERHOOD OF STEEL Threat level: Primary Brotherhood forces recently arrived in strength. believed to be constructing new weapon that could pose direct threat to Institute... Boston Airport now under Brotherhood control... Surface operators should avoid this area.
1194InstituteSRBTerminal2SubRAILROAD Threat level: Secondary Railroad continues to be elusive. Preventing synth escapes is vital to countering Railroad operations. Possible Railroad agent or sympathizer within Institute. Continue to press informants for new information.
1195InstituteSRBTerminal2SubRAIDER GANGS Threat level: Tertiary Raider gangs remain disorganized and scattered. major areas of activity include Libtertalia, Corvega, Saugus Ironworks, Beantown Brewery, D.B. Technical High School and Hyde Park. extreme caution is warranted when operating in these areas.
1196InstituteSRBTerminal2SubSUPER MUTANTS Threat level: Tertiary Super Mutant threat is of a passive nature, they rarely seek to expand their territory. Use caution when operating in these areas. Confrontations should be avoided where possible, use stealth to avoid them.
1197InstituteSRBTerminal2SubORGANIZED CRIME Threat level: Minimal Current center of these activities is Goodneighbor. Criminal element usually well-armed, but will typically seek to avoid conflict with Courser agents. Intimidation and bribery usually more efficient than direct conflict. Chems and caps can be equally useful in gathering information and gaining allies.
1198InstituteSRBTerminal3INVENTORY MANAGEMENT USER: X3-28 ACTION: Deposit ITEMS: 361 count bottle caps USER: Ayo.J ACTION: Requisition ITEMS: 100 count fusion cells USER: X6-88 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 1 count Rifle Armament USER: X6-88 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 20 count fusion cells USER: X1-02 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 1 count standard Courser armored coat USER: Secord.A ACTION: Deposit ITEMS: 30 count pulse grenande armament USER: X1-02 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 1,000 count bottle caps
1199InstituteSRBTerminal3ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Accessed Inventory Management Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Inititae reclamation procedure on unit D8-65 Access: Local. Login: X6-88 Accessed Departmental Notices Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Opened reclamation stasis chamber 3 Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Accessed Departmental Notices
1200InstituteSRBTerminal3SubAs you know, Father has granted full access to our new visitor from the surface. That includes the entirety of the SRB. While we must accommodate Father's wishes in this matter, we must also remain diligent. Refrain from discussing any sensitive information, especially the ongoing investigation involving the gen 3 synths. In an ideal world, the Railroad will have had no influence on our new guest. We do not live in an ideal world. - Director Ayo
1201InstituteSRBTerminal3SubDue to recent developments in our ongoing investigation into the missing synths, I am adjusting our policy regarding discussion of this subject with personnel outside of SRB. In brief, details of the investigation are now classified and cannot be shared with anyone other than SRB personnel, and even then, such conversations can take place only here in the SRB facilities. Those who are found to be in violation of this policy will face the strictest discipline. - Director Ayo
1202InstituteSRBTerminal3SubI'm starting to wonder if M7-62 (the Infiltrator unit "McDonough") hasn't begun to outlive its usefulness. Assuming the identity of Diamond City's mayor has provided us with invaluable intelligence over the years, but suspicions have only continued to mount. This latest incident - the publication of that newspaper article specifically calling McDonough's humanity into question - might just be the tipping point. I've spoken with Ayo, and we both agree - if the situation does become untenable, reclamation seems unfeasible. M7-62 was specifically engineered to mimic the actual human McDonough. As such, the unit's synthetic biology is that of someone overweight and grossly out of shape. A mem wipe would kill any psychological weaknesses attributed to self-perceived old age, but that body? Lost cause. The real irony here is that M7-62, in one of its dispatches back to the Institute, requested a future posting in the Coursers, citing loyalty and years of surface. And that request alone was evidence of enough self-awareness and independence to completely eliminate him from contention. Never mind the fact that he wouldn't even fit into the uniform. Determination: When and if M7-62's identity is eventually compromised, the unit is effectively decommissioned in-field. No reclamation. No Institute assistance. Given its relative age and physical condition (not to mention the danger inherent in an Infiltrator unit's discovery), further lifespan estimated at two weeks maximum. - Secord
1203InstituteSRBTerminal3SubIt has come to my attention that certain colleagues who are dissatisfied with our policies and procedures have, on more than one occasion, tried to circumvent our established process for registering their complaints with Father, and have tried to gain access to our secure facilities in order to complain in more direct manner. I'm sure I need not remind you that the SRB is off-limits to all personnel not assigned to this division. Do not allow yourself to be browbeaten, cajoled, intimidated or otherwise manipulated into allowing anyone who lacks the appropriate clearance to enter the SRB. Failure to uphold this mandate will result is severe discipline. - Director Ayo
1204InstituteSRBTerminal3SubAs you're all aware, Father has asked that we monitor our power usage carefully, and try to be as efficient as possible. As a point of personal emphasis, we should strive to be efficient in everything we do, but our division has needs that are unique among the various branches of the Institute. The fact is, sometimes our operations require resources that we cannot readily disclose due to the sensitive nature of what we do. I place my trust in your judgment. If you require additional power, or any other resources, to carry out your work, then take what you need. Consult me if you have any concerns or questions, but know that the responsibility of meeting your project deadlines falls upon your shoulders, and I won't accept limited power availability as an excuse for failing to meet those deadlines. In short, do what you need to do, and if anyone objects to the way in which we carry out our work, I will deal with those objections myself. - Director Ayo
1205InstituteSRBTerminal4INVENTORY MANAGEMENT USER: X3-28 ACTION: Deposit ITEMS: 361 count bottle caps USER: Ayo.J ACTION: Requisition ITEMS: 100 count fusion cells USER: X6-88 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 1 count Rifle Armament USER: X6-88 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 20 count fusion cells USER: X1-02 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 1 count standard Courser armored coat USER: Secord.A ACTION: Deposit ITEMS: 30 count pulse grenande armament USER: X1-02 ACTION: Withdraw ITEMS: 1,000 count bottle caps
1206InstituteSRBTerminal4ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Category Update: Threat Assessment Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Accessed Threat Assessment Access: Local. Login: X6-88 Accessed Threat Assessment Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Category Update: Watcher Allocation Access: Local. Login: X1-02 Accessed Threat Assessment
1207InstM02AyoTerminal*WARNING* Security safeguards have been disabled. Your terminal's private data might be at risk.
1208InstM02BinetTerminalIt just doesn't make any sense. I've run the diagnostics. Quadruple-checked the neural mappings. Done comparative analyses of taste buds. Tracked digestive patterns. Hell, I've even gone so far as to simply ASK several of them, and still, I'm no closer to answering the question: Why do Gen 3 synths like to eat Fancy Lads Snack Cakes? I mean, sure, they have the capacity to experience taste. Every Gen 3 possesses the synthetic equivalent of the requisite receptor cells. But why this? And why all of them? Good thing it's physically impossible for a Gen 3 to actually gain weight and succumb to obesity. Wouldn't that be quite the Achilles' Heel? Humanity's most impressive technological achievement - laid low by junk food.
1209InstM02BinetTerminalACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Leisure program: Expert Chess Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Operation: Music Player "Trois Nocturnes" Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Leisure program: Expert Chess Access: Local. Login: Binet.L Historical Text: The History of the Commonwealth
1210InstM02BinetTerminalACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Leisure program: Expert Chess Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Operation: Music Player "Trois Nocturnes" Access: Remote (Synth Retention Main Control) Login: ERROR ID UNKNOWN Notes: ERROR RECORD DELETED Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Leisure program: Expert Chess Access: Local. Login: Binet.L Historical Text: The History of the Commonwealth
1211InstM02MaintenanceTerminalACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Thompson.E Operation: Replaced primary display assembly (tube burned out) Access: Local. Login: B7-67 Operation: Cleaning supply inventory. Access: Local. Login: Filmore.A Operation: Routine facilities inspection --- COMMAND FUNCTIONS TRANSFERRED TO USER BINET.L --- --- INITIATE REMOTE REDIRECT --- --- EXECUTE CORE MEMORY PURGE --- Memory purge in progress, please stand by ..................................................................... ..................................................................... ......................
1212InstM02MaintenanceTerminalACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Thompson.E Operation: Replaced primary display assembly (tube burned out) Access: Local. Login: B7-67 Operation: Cleaning supply inventory. Access: Local. Login: Filmore.A Operation: Routine facilities inspection Access: Local. Login: G9-21 Operation: Requisition additional supply of cleaning agent 7
1213InstM02RoboticsTerminal1ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Reviewed work crew assignments, remove flight risk candidates Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Access department notices Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Updated sixth-generation optic suite design schematic Access: Local. Login: Loken.M Notes: Access department notices Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Submit second-draft plan for alpha-phase testing on VM functionality 3.0 Access: Remote. Login: Ayo.J Notes: REDACTED
1214InstM02RoboticsTerminal1Sub1Our monitoring of events on the surface has confirmed that the time is almost at hand. Very soon, our guest will be here. I admit that I feel both hope and trepidation when I think of how our first meeting will go. Please make whatever preparations that you deem necessary. Consider all sensitive information to be classified for the time being. We cannot know for certain what our visitor's motivations will be, especially after coming into contact with the Railroad. We will exercise caution, but we must also extend a warm welcome. In time, once a measure of trust has been earned, we can be more forthcoming. I need not remind you all how important this is to me personally, but I want you also to think of the opportunity for the entire Institute. We stand to gain a great deal if we make the most of that opportunity. - Father
1215InstM02RoboticsTerminal1Sub1I recently met with Dr. Li to review the latest power distribution metrics, and there is both good news and bad to share. I'll begin with the good. It's clear that we have all taken to heart Doctor Li's request for a greater emphasis on power conservation. The metrics demonstrate that we have improved our efficiency across the board. I'm particularly proud to note that the Robotics division has shown the most improvement in this regard, surpassing even Advanced Systems. Well done. Unfortunately, the efforts we have made to date are simply not enough. We must continue to find ways to conserve without adversely impacting our research and production. I know that what I'm asking is difficult, but I'm also completely confident that we will rise to the challenge. I have some ideas that will be discussed in the next Director's meeting. Until then, I ask that you please keep the need for conservation foremost in your thoughts. - Father
1216InstM02RoboticsTerminal1Sub1I'm concerned at the pace of our progress in correcting the problems with the child synth prototype. I cannot impress upon this division enough the need to resolve these issues quickly and completely. Time and again, we've corrected flaws only to see them return. I find myself questioning whether we're thoroughly testing these fixes before moving on to the next item. You know that I have great faith in all of you, but time is quickly running out. I must ask that you take whatever measures are necessary to meet the project targets within the time frame. Please make this your foremost priority. - Father
1217InstM02RoboticsTerminal1Sub1It has been brought to my attention that some of you are displeased with the methods and practices employed by the SRB division in its ongoing investigation into the missing third-generation synths. I'd like to take a moment to address this matter. Firstly, know that I am aware of your concerns and that I intend to have a conversation with Director Ayo in order to ensure that he is also aware. Any disruption to your work must be taken seriously, especially at this critical time. However, I must also ask for a measure of patience and cooperation from all of you. It is simply impossible to gather the information necessary to carry out this investigation without an element of distraction and inconvenience. Remember that your cooperation is vital to bringing this investigation to a swift and successful conclusion. I'm sure that's something we all want. - Father
1218InstM02RoboticsTerminal1Sub1As production of our gen-3 synths continues apace, I would like to take this opportunity to formalize our categorization. The term android has been used interchangeably with synth for as long as the Institute has existed. And though some of our older residents may actually prefer android (Dr. Zimmer being a prime example), the term synth has always been more widely used. Today, our third generation creations are truly synthetic beings, so the designation synth seems more appropriate than ever. From here on in, I strongly prefer all official Institute records and correspondences use the term synth or synths. Let us remember our past, and appreciate the legacy of the android. But let us live for the future, and recognize the power of the synth. - Father
1219InstM02RoboticsTerminal2GROUP ID 26267B Group Classification: G3 Specialized (Labor) Role Specification: Excavation & Construction, Project ID E661 Units Scheduled: 3 GROUP ID 31215G Group Classification: G3 Standard Role Specification: Operations & Maintenance, Project ID A119 Units Scheduled: 2 GROUP 49831F Group Classification: G2 Security Role Specification: Salvage Operations, Project ID K433 Units Scheduled: 4 GROUP 63175B Group Classification: G3 Standard Role Specification: Operations & Maintenance, Project ID B787 Units Scheduled: 1
1220InstM02RoboticsTerminal2ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Access Production Schedule Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Routine diagnostic on Courser designate X6-88, all functions nominal Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Updated Production Schedule Access: Remote. Login: Ayo.J Notes: REDACTED Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: More programming work on new AI software update Access: Local. Login: Loken.M Notes: Access Planned System Upgrades Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Prototype testing of neural net upgrades
1221InstM02RoboticsTerminal2Sub1As you are all aware, from time to time one of our Gen 3 synths assigned to surface duty will malfunction and go off assignment. While only a rare occurrence in the past, in recent months we have seen the number of losses rise noticeably. Doctor Ayo has opened an investigation into this matter, and I must ask that you all give him your full cooperation as he looks into this troubling issue. Please answer his questions as completely as you can, and provide Dr. Ayo with any logs, materials or other items he requests. With your help, I'm sure we can resolve this matter quickly. Thank you, - Father
1222InstM02RoboticsTerminal2Sub1Per Father's plans as discussed at the recent Directorate meeting, we will soon begin to phase out our Gen 1 synth units within the Institute, with the intention of relegating all remaining units to surface duties only. Our first generation synths have served admirably and exceeded their design specifications in virtually every category, but the remarkable breakthroughs in synth design and production that have led to our latest, more aesthetically-pleasing models herald a time for change. Over the next several years, we expect to replace all Gen 1 units with Gen 3 units, and in time, we will enact a similar plan with the Gen 2 units as well. As we look toward the future, let us also honor the memories of those whose hard work and innovation made the synths possible, and let us never forget the singular vision that challenged our forebears and that drives us today: Mankind - Redefined. - Dr. Alan Binet
1223InstM02RoboticsTerminal2Sub1Overriding directive to not alter our synths' basic functioning notwithstanding, Father has granted clearance for a rather unique project. In select Gen 3 units, the synthetic brain is indeed capable of accepting specific enhancements to the visual cortex, basal ganglia and right parietal cortex. The result is substantially improved combat effectiveness, due to two factors: 1.) An increased understanding of weapon accuracy, to the extent that the combatant can actually visualize the percentage of effectively hitting targets (or smaller areas on those targets). 2.) An altered sense of perception that mimics the effect of slowing, or even stopping, time. Recommend we commence surgery and field trials on appropriate operatives in the near future.
1224InstM02RoboticsTerminal2Sub2PROJECT IDENT 7998756453 Status: Approved, in progress. See Implementation Status below for details. Description: Implementation of new synthetic optic nerve tissue Goals: 10%-12% increase in visual acuity UPGRADE IMPLEMENTATION STATUS Units Scheduled: 19 Units Upgraded: 12 NOTES: "Next scheduled units: C4-61, J7-95. Other units scheduled and ready to fill in for the duration of the upgrade" [ABinet] "Upgrade completed on units T7-22, P8-74, D5-58." [MLoken] "Next scheduled units: T7-22, P8-74, D5-58. Other units scheduled and ready to fill in for the duration of the upgrade." [ABinet] "Upgrade completed on units V5-28, S3-22, R4-46." [MLoken] "Next scheduled units: V5-28, S3-22, R4-46. Other units scheduled and ready to fill in for the duration of the upgrade." [ABinet]
1225InstM02RoboticsTerminal2Sub2PROJECT IDENT 3846106734 Status: Approved, awaiting implementation. Description: Motor reflex response time improvements Goals: 7% increase in motor reflex reaction time PROJECT IDENT 8102948562 Status: Approved, awaiting implementation. Description: Targeting software package upgrade Goals: 5%-8% increase in ranged weapon accuracy PROJECT IDENT 5810274864 Status: Awaiting approval Description: Complete transfusion to replace type 77-01 synthetic blood with type 90-10 Goals: More rapid clotting, improved infection resistance
1226InstM02RoboticsTerminal3Submitted By: Oberly.N "Found unit J2-84 cleaning board room. For the third day in a row. I don't think this unit has ever actually LEFT the board room" [Navigation software patched, unit returned to service] Submitted By Ayo.J "Unit X4-72 complaining of blurred vision in right eye." [Unable to correct w/o permanent damage, unit wiped and reassigned to Facilities division] Submitted By Filmore.A " Primary drive breakdown on B3-47. Third unit this month! Can we please look into this?" [Technician dispatched] Submitted By Thompson.E "Looks like latest navigation software update has some issues. Found two Gen 1s trying to walk through walls." [Pathfinding software updated, all Gen 1 units will require patch. Facilities notified.] Submitted By Binet.L "Hey dad. Eve is having trouble speaking today. Lot of stuttering. Can you please look into it?" [Identified rare looping issue in speech subroutines, corrected and patched]
1227InstM02RoboticsTerminal3Group Ident: G3376 Assigned Units: P1-77, J8-32, F5-93, N5-48, K6-70 Location: Site Epsilon Elapsed Time: 16:21:43 Last Report: 0:12:16 NOTES: ALERT: Raider attack, 1 unit abducted. SRB notified. Awaiting update. [Loken.M] Group Ident: G2199 Assigned Units: K2-90, R6-01, J8-28 Location: Site Gamma Elapsed Time: 37:09:01 Last Report: 2:20:42 NOTES: Report is now overdue. Continue to monitor. I'd give it another 2 days. [Binet.A] Group Ident: G2024 Assigned Units: C8-65 Location: Site Alpha Elapsed Time: 62:19:55 Last Report: 1:13:40 NOTES: Units H7-44, B6-21, K0-84 recalled. [ERROR, NO DATA PRESENT] Group Ident: G1672 Assigned Units: G6-43, M9-11, L7-92, W4-40, Q2-87 Location: Site Delta Elapsed Time: 124:23:15 Last Report: 0:37:10 NOTES: Not getting as much as we were hoping for here. Might need to shut down Site Delta. Let's see what the next report brings. [Loken.M] Group Ident: G1486 Assigned Units: R7-81, T3-54, B8-88, J1-74 Location: Site Alpha Elapsed Time: 160:33:12 Last Report: 1:56:40 NOTES: Unit B8-88 removed, unit T3-54 added. [ERROR, NO DATA PRESENT]
1228InstM02RoboticsTerminal3ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Update maintenance requests Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Begin review process on new work crew candidates Access: Local. Login: Loken.M Notes: Access Surface Work Crew Tracking Access: Local. Login: Loken.M Notes: Update maintenance requests Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Installing new operating system software
1229InstM02RoboticsTerminal3ACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Update maintenance requests Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Begin review process on new work crew candidates Access: Local. Login: Loken.M Notes: Access Surface Work Crew Tracking Access: Local. Login: Loken.M Notes: Update maintenance requests Access: Local. Login: Binet.A Notes: Installing new operating system software Access: Remote (Binet Quarters). Login: ----- Notes: ERROR: RECORD DELETED
1230InstM02SRBTerminalUNIT ID: C2-41 Status: Unit at large, investigation underway Assigned Courser: X2-36 Location: (Last sighting) Goodneighbor Notes: No recent sightings, unit believed to be in Railroad custody. Mem-wipe likely performed by now. UNIT ID: S9-43 Status: Unit at large, investigation suspended (see notes) Assigned Courser: None Location: (Last sighting) Boston Airport Notes: Investigation suspended, area deemed too hazardous at this time. UNIT ID: B5-92 Status: Unit located, reclamation scheduled Assigned Courser: X6-88 Location: Libertalia Raider stronghold Notes: Unit B5-92 has been mem-wiped by Railroad agents. New identity is "Gabriel." Unit now leads Raider gang based at Libertalia. Shows highly aggressive tendencies, has killed several dozen rivals and civilians. Suspect brain damage resulting from mem-wipe process. UNIT ID: K8-23 Status: Destroyed Assigned Courser: X3-51 Location: Remains located NE of Saugus Ironworks Notes: Unit's remains discovered near Saugus Ironworks and returned to Robotics division. Unit destroyed by multiple gunshot wounds, suspect Raiders based out of Saugus Ironworks. UNIT ID: L3-37 Status: Unit at large, investigation underway Assigned Courser: X9-73 Location: (Last sighting) Corvega Notes: Unit has been mem-wiped, new identity is "Leo." Exercise extreme caution - unit has been trained by Railroad and is proficient with several weapons. Unit has evaded capture twice and wounded Coursers on both occasions.
1231InstM02SRBTerminalThe following individuals have proven useful in our reclamation operations. In exchange for caps, these persons have in the past provided information on escaped synth sightings and suspected Railroad activity. If you make a new contact, add the individual to the database. - Director Ayo ==INFORMANT LIST== CRICKET Occupation: Caravaner Location: Mobile TOMMY LONEGAN Occupation: Owner/Proprietor, Combat Zone Location: Combat Zone TRASHCAN CARLA Occupation: Caravaner Location: Mobile DOC WEATHERS Occupation: Caravaner Location: Mobile A.J. Occupation: Chem dealer Location: Goodneighbor MAROWSKI Occupation: Chem supplier Location: Goodnieghbor LUCAS MILLER Occupation: Caravaner Location: Mobile HENRY COOK Occupation: Barkeep Location: Diamond City
1232InstM02SRBTerminal------------------ UNIT STATUS REPORT ------------------ Unit: Z1-14 DoM: 030419I FEB 42 Assignment: Infrastructure & Repair Risk Index: Red 3 Current task: N/A Special note: SYNTH MISSING, PRESUMED ESCAPED. Recovery pending courser availability. Bring any info on unit's whereabouts/status to Alana Secord.
1233InstM02SRBTerminalACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Operation: Update Courser maintenance records Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Entered supply requisition form (small arms ammunition) Access: Local. Login: X6-88 Operation: Update case file 66764-B (Reclamation successful, file closed) Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Review and update target tracking database Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Review and approve revised Courser training procedures
1234InstM02SRBTerminalACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Secord.A Operation: Update Courser maintenance records Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Entered supply requisition form (small arms ammunition) Access: Local. Login: X6-88 Operation: Update case file 66764-B (Reclamation successful, file closed) Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Review and update target tracking database Access: Local. Login: Ayo.J Operation: Review and approve revised Courser training procedures Access: Remote (Maintenance Terminal 6) Login: ----- Notes:
1235InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalDefaultBATCH ID: 228 // PHV 5.617 MOD. ACIDIC BATCH ID: 106 // PHV 6.231 SLT. ACIDIC BATCH ID: 334 // PHV 8.114 MOD. ALKALINE BATCH ID: 271 // PHV 7.200 NEUTRAL BATCH ID: 133 // PHV 5.263 MOD. ACIDIC BATCH ID: 320 // PHV 7.513 SLT. ALKALINE BATCH ID: 249 // PHV 5.617 MOD. ACIDIC BATCH ID: 166 // PHV 6.883 NEUTRAL BATCH ID: 242 // PHV 6.093 MOD. ACIDIC BATCH ID: 396 // PHV 8.748 STR. ALKALINE
1236InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalDefaultACCESS LOG Access: Local. Login: Karlin.I Category Update: Soil pH Values Access: Local. Login: Karlin.I Category Update: Soil pH Values Access: Local. Login: Volkert.B Accessed Departmental Notices Access: Local. Login: Holdren.C Category Update: Department Notices Access: Local. Login: Karlin.I Accessed Departmental Notices
1237InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalDefaultSubNow that our guest of honor is here, I want to remind everyone to be polite, accommodating and welcoming. It's not often we receive visitors from the surface, and this occasion is more special than most. I know I can count on all of you to extend a hand of friendship and greet our visitor with the utmost hospitality. Let's embrace this exciting event and make the best first impression we possibly can. - Director Holdren
1238InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalDefaultSubWhen we first implemented the new power efficiency guidelines, I was proud at how well we were able to meet those standards with only a minimal impact on our productivity. It was a daunting challenge, but we rose to meet it. Lately, however, we've been getting lax in our habits. Too often I'm finding lights and equipment left on when they shouldn't be, and the environmental settings have been changed without my authorization. Let's re-dedicate ourselves to doing what's right for the needs of the Institute as a whole. After all, this isn't just our home, it's a home for the future generations who will carry on the great work of building a better future. - Director Holdren
1239InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalDefaultSubI have some exciting news to share with all of you. Father has approved the next phase of my proposed synth zoology initiative, and I'm already in the process of setting up a schedule for the initial prototyping phase. As has always been the case, this is a low-priority project, but those of you who find yourselves with free time are welcome to contribute. I'll need to make a few preliminary decisions, not the least of which is what kind of creature we'll want to replicate. I don't have to tell you how eager I am to begin, and I can't wait to see what amazing things we can do given our recent advances in synth development. Director Holdren
1240InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalMainAutomated turret defense system now offline.
1241InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalMainObservation room door unlocked.
1242InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalSub1Automated turret defense system now offline.
1243InstM03_HydroponicsControlTerminalSub1Hydroponics Bay control room door is now unlocked.
1244InstMQ302ShaunTerminalJuly 16, 2285 Kellogg's occasional presence continues to unnerve the others. At first, I thought they were merely intimidated by his confidence and arrogance. Or perhaps even afraid of his general being. Kellogg is, after all, a killer. But as I've continued to witness their reactions, gauge their sidelong glances, I've detected something else, something I probably should have anticipated - jealousy. Kellogg is a living memorial to a forgotten program. He is an augmented human being, a cyborg really, and the benefits he has received cannot be denied. But really, the scientists here could not care less about enhanced reflexes or greater combat efficiency. No, the cause of their envy is something more practical, more primal - his enhanced life expectancy. Just how long will Kellogg live if he passes naturally (however unlikely that may be)? It's hard to say. He's already more than one hundred years old. Older, certainly, than any other human in the Commonwealth. His complete physiology has been altered. Perhaps he'll make it to 150. Maybe even 200. Let the petty have their petty jealousies. Kellogg is a living testament to the ingenuity and superiority of the Institute. And I take no small pleasure in knowing that must irritate him to no end.
1245InstMQ302ShaunTerminalBioScience: - Hydroponics Programs functional - FEV Lab OFFLINE Robotics: - Synth output nominal - Production materials fully stocked Advanced Systems: - Child synth project under quarterly review - Weapons Diagnostics ongoing - Phase Three behind schedule SRB: - Director Zimmer still offline - Aboveground operative terminated - Retention programs functional - Pattern recognition algorithms ineffective Facilities: - Power output maxed - Air/water recycling systems functioning normally
1246InstMQ302ShaunTerminalThe wait continues. Ayo can only confirm sightings outside Vault 111, and again in Diamond City sometime later. What that means, I'm not sure. Will we actually meet? Was this all for nothing? No, not nothing. I will have learned valuable things about myself, my past, either way. I cannot afford to let emotion get in the way. I must simply observe and record. I'm told Kellogg has gone offline. Strangely, I find myself thinking of Dr. Walker. He had such high hopes for Kellogg. Such faith in the implants, and what they could mean. I still regret eliminating that project, but I know where it would have led us. Walker was never shy about his goals, and too many others were starting to listen. In the end, I believe I was justified. The Institute is about preserving humanity, not some bizarre amalgamation of biology and technology.
1247InstMQ302ShaunTerminalLockdown Override in progress =Door Locks Disengaged= =Emergency Alarms Sounded= =Residential Locks Remain Active=
1248InstMQ302ShaunTerminalAccess Code: 9003 Synth Reset Code Broadcast Commencing Emergency Shutdown of Groups 1-14
1249InstTeleporterRoomTerminal01Recent Access: X3-24 -- Validation X34VR/QN4G8/BT0FV/5ZD2A X6-57 -- Validation M88LT/CP2T3/AS4YB/1RG8N XXXXX -- ERROR, SIGNAL RE-ROUTED
1250ListeningPostBravoElevatorTerminalDiverting Power to Elevator... Complete
1251ListeningPostBravoTerminalPreWarCaptain Rutledge ordered me to take over long-range monitoring today. That means four weeks stuck in this bunker with only military rations, old magazines and a transistor radio to keep me company. However, I'll try and make the best of it by doing my job and monitoring the airwaves for any suspicious transmissions. Maybe next month I'll get a more interesting assignment, but for now, it's time to kiss the light of day goodbye for a month.
1252ListeningPostBravoTerminalPreWarHad a strange incident today. I was monitoring the low-band frequencies - the stuff normally used by outdated equipment, when I came across a very strange repeating message. It was in English, but it was very difficult to make out due to all the static. It stopped broadcasting after about an hour, but I made out a few phrases: "internal void" "dreams are getting darker" and "blood runs so still." The only other thing I picked up was what I assume to be a call sign: "D-E-K." I'm going to send these phrases over to translation in Washington as soon as possible.
1253ListeningPostBravoTerminalPreWarI haven't heard a thing from Washington yet, so I assume they haven't come up with any answers. While I was waiting, I decided to continue monitoring that same frequency around the clock. I tuned in, but I haven't heard a thing in four days. I'm getting awfully anxious to hear something new, or for the translation guys to tell me what the heck I had heard, but for now I'll just have to wait.
1254ListeningPostBravoTerminalPreWarI woke up today to a banging noise on the elevator door, like someone was trying to get in. I looked at the readout, and it said that the elevator has been in its locked-down position since I got here, so that doesn't make any sense. I decided to activate the bunker's defense systems as a precaution and broke out the emergency rifle we keep locked up down here. I have to admit, a cold chill was running down my spine. The banging continued for almost an hour straight, then it stopped. I don't know why, but I have the strange feeling that this is somehow related to the mysterious broadcast I intercepted.
1255ListeningPostBravoTerminalPreWarIt's been five days since the banging on the elevator, and Washington finally broke radio silence to tell me that the holotape recording they received was blank. When I listened to my local playback, I discovered that they were right. My tape had nothing on it. When I mentioned the noises I heard they told me it was possible I was experiencing auditory hallucinations from being isolated for so long. They said to hang tight and they'd send someone out to relieve me. It's possible that this isolation did something to my mind. Maybe I wanted to find a mystery to solve to occupy the time so badly, my imagination decided to take over. Whatever it was, I hope this doesn't go down on my permanent record.
1256MassBayMed_BonnieTerminalSubLogsBusiness as usual, problems with other nurses, problems with patients
1257MassBayMed_BonnieTerminalSubLogsAir raid siren, they're saying it's not a drill. Bomb goes off.
1258MassBayMed_BonnieTerminalSubLogsWar going on, perimeter set up, riots in the streets, family still out there and stuck here, not letting medical personel leave.
1259MassBayMed_BonnieTerminalSubLogsmore people than we can help, overwhelmed. Vertibird crashed into building, took out the __ department
1260MassBayMed_BonnieTerminalSubLogsHearing the Radio Signal and planning to escape
1261MassBayMed_DoctorTerminalSubLogsPlans to meet someone for brunch after shift, clinic hours, try to get through apts quickly to slip out. Let the med students handle it. One medstudent in particular
1262MassBayMed_DoctorTerminalSubLogsMilitary extracted me from a shelter, brought me here. Med students are still here except for one who tried to leave and was killed by a looter
1263MassBayMed_DoctorTerminalSubLogsOverwhelmed, hours in surgery, not even a surgeon. Military has started turning people away. Major SSS has ordered a full stop on any incoming patients not of their unit. City council member tried get through and was killed
1264MassBayMed_DoctorTerminalSubLogsMajor Howell ordered Director FF to pull the plug on all life support patients, conserve resources for military personel. One of the techs blew out his back helping carry in wounded soldiers and they wouldn't spare him pain killers. going to try to slip some to him later tonight
1265MassBayMed_DoctorTerminalSubLogsDr. Sharma was executed last night, said he was stealing supplies. Major SSS had him thrown off the roof, said it wasn't worth wasting a bullet. been here over three months, fighting still rampant in the city, but need to try to get out, seen the way that sgt. has started looking at us, even in our filthy scrubs.
1266MassFusionContainmentShedTerminal7/13 After 34 days of being accident free, Lester tripped behind the forklift while it was backing up. Now we're back to 0. Also, corporate made us put up all the "remember your hardhat" posters, like that would have saved his life.
1267MassFusionContainmentShedTerminal8/04 The company retreat is coming up in a couple of weeks. Mr. Feld said it's mandatory for all employees, especially supervisors. I hate going to those things. It's bad enough having to deal with these people during the week, now I have to pretend to like them for a whole weekend? Sometimes I envy Lester...
1268MassFusionContainmentShedTerminal8/22 A hazardous material inspector stopped in today unannounced to check out our operation. I started to feel like he was getting suspicious of what has actually been going on around here. I told Mr. Feld and he said if the inspector started catching on we needed to get rid of him, and he didn't mean ask him to go away. Well, he caught on...so we had to get rid of him. If anyone finds out what we did they'll put me away for life...
1269MQ102SturgesTerminalSubTerminal01For the last time, the Redcoat mannequin displays are NOT toy soldiers, and are not to be "played with" after hours. Two of them have scuffed paint, and this morning one of the foot regiment pieces was missing his arm. This sort of horsing around will not be tolerated. Anyone caught engaging in such behavior will be written up, docked an hour's pay, and charged for damages. - Chief Curator Harold Nash
1270MQ102SturgesTerminalSubTerminal01Someone get maintenance down in the basement to deal with that roach problem. Do it now, on the down low, while the museum is open. Discretion is key. We cannot afford to close the museum again. Nor is it acceptable for a child to find a cockroach in her hair as she's learning about taxation without representation. This situation must be resolved. Immediately. - Chief Curator Harold Nash
1271MQ102SturgesTerminalSubTerminal01After meeting with the director and board of trustees, I'm afraid I must deliver some rather dire news: our planned Anchorage exhibit has been put on indefinite hold. It is simply not within the museum's budget at this time to make the renovations necessary to accomodate such an ambitious endeavor. My thanks to the curatorial and maintenance teams for all the work that's been done thus far. - Chief Curator Harold Nash
1272MQ102SturgesTerminalSubTerminal01This is Megan Hayes. I'm a tour guide here at the Concord Museum of Freedom. I am so scared. When everyone saw the flashes, they left. Even Mr. Nash. He just ran away and left me here. Jerk! And then one of those Army helicopter things crashed into the roof. I saw soldiers, but they looked freaked out. I just hid from them. I've only been in Massachusetts a month. I don't really know anyone, and I don't know where to go. I broke the lock on the curator's desk and took the gun. I'm going to hide in one of the rooms for a few days until things calm down. If somebody reads this, please come find me. But if you try to hurt me, I swear I'll shoot you!
1273MQ104OverseerEntranceTerminalYour number is 998. Please wait until your number is called, and the Overseer will be with you. Have a nice day!
1274MQ104OverseerEntranceTerminalYour number is 999. Please wait until your number is called, and the Overseer will be with you. Have a nice day!
1275MQ104OverseerEntranceTerminalThe queue to see the Overseer is full for the year. Have a nice day!
1276MQ104OverseerEntranceTerminalManual override initiated. Opening door...
1277MQ106_FortHagenExtTerminalSecurity lock released. Opening doors...
1278MQ106_FortHagenExtTerminalSecurity lock engaged. Sealing door...
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1280MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryNetwork link FAILED. Retrying... Retrying... Retrying... Scan NOT complete. System incompatible.
1281MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryNetwork link established. Downloading... Downloading... Downloading... Downloading... Scan complete.
1282MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryThe Big D demanded a tutorial be included, so here it is. Short version: Plug this into any Institute terminal and copy the message. Long version: PATRIOT's been sending us short coded messages for years using an evil little encryption scheme. It was a bitch and a half to reverse-engineer (PATRIOT's got skill!), but I nailed it. Put this holotape on any Institute terminal and it'll deliver a gift-wrapped message straight to PATRIOT. You're going into the belly of the beast, friend, don't trust anything. TT out
1283MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryCopying Message001. Copy failed. No valid destination.
1284MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryCopying Message001. Copy comple%*)!XJ*@($BREAK$BREAK %Detected foreign program "!HolotapeHijack" Copying UrgentReply001 from terminal. Copy complete.
1285MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryCopying Message001... Copy failed due to unknown error.
1286MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntryAcknowledged. Meet at the Advanced Systems maintenance room.
1287MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntry_RRThe Big D demanded a tutorial be included, so here it is. Short version: Plug this into any Institute terminal and copy the message. Long version: PATRIOT's been sending us short coded messages for years using an evil little encryption scheme. It was a bitch and a half to reverse-engineer (PATRIOT's got skill!), but I nailed it. Put this holotape on any Institute terminal and it'll deliver a gift-wrapped message straight to PATRIOT. You're going into the belly of the beast, friend, don't trust anything. TT out
1288MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntry_RRCopying Message001. Copy failed. No valid destination.
1289MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntry_RRCopying Message001. Copy comple%*)!XJ*@($BREAK$BREAK %Detected foreign program "!HolotapeHijack" Copying UrgentReply001 from terminal. Copy complete.
1290MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntry_RRCopying Message001... Copy failed due to unknown error.
1291MQ206HolotapeTerminalEntry_RRAcknowledged. Meet at the Advanced Systems maintenance room.
1292MQ206TinkerTomTerminalIf you're reading this, the telemetry off my biological implant went night-night. So to my hopefully worthy successor, you got to know about the Circuit Analyzer. It's my life's work on reverse engineering Institute tech. The Circuit Analyzer's got built in all the tricks I picked up on scanning their chips and circuit boards. So plug her in and let Tinker Tom's patented decryption algorithms hold your hand from there. Assuming it's not booby-trapped and blows up in your face, it'll download the data into a holotape. Their tech is constantly evolving so in time you'll have to make updates to my baby. Keep my brothers and sisters safe. Tinker Tom out.
1293MQ206TinkerTomTerminal1. Nano-Blood 2. Atmosphere/Baxter 3. Aliens are REAL! 4. Our own Bessy 5. Deacon / Time Travel Conjecture* 6. Mutating Water Theory * If I really were a time traveler would I let a timeline exist where you knew I knew? -D
1294MQ206TinkerTomTerminal(for now, at least) 1. Center of Earth Black Hole 2. 90% Synth Infiltration 3. Nuka-Cola Strawberry 4. Monty's Theory
1295MQ206TinkerTomTerminalSpikes delivering enough kinetic energy to be well into the lethal range. But cooling unit keeps failing. Melted three times. Treated Terry for 1st degree burns. Got the reload time down with liquid nitrogen. Delayed for Terry's hypothermia treatment. Upped velocity - can't find the spike. Getting close, I can feel it.
1296MQ206TinkerTomTerminalLogs1. Nano-Blood 2. Atmosphere/Baxter 3. Aliens are REAL! 4. Our own Bessy 5. Deacon / Time Travel Conjecture* 6. Mutating Water Theory * If I really were a time traveler would I let a timeline exist where you knew I knew? -D
1297MQ206TinkerTomTerminalLogs(for now, at least) 1. Center of Earth Black Hole 2. 90% Synth Infiltration 3. Nuka-Cola Strawberry 4. Monty's Theory
1298MQ206TinkerTomTerminalLogsSpikes delivering enough kinetic energy to be well into the lethal range. But cooling unit keeps failing. Melted three times. Treated Terry for 1st degree burns. Got the reload time down with liquid nitrogen. Delayed for Terry's hypothermia treatment. Upped velocity - can't find the spike. Getting close, I can feel it.
1299MQ302MinHolotapeTeleporterTerminalLocking onto coordinates... Scanning... Scanning... Signal lock established. Relay sequence start...
1300MQ302MinHolotapeTeleporterTerminalERROR 0x92253: No compatible network found.
1301MS04ComicManagerTerminalFrom: Tina Hopkins To: Vivian O'Dell Subject: Now an English Butler?! I came into work today and found another stealth revision to the shooting script. Now the Shroud has an English butler? I keep telling Babowski that we need our core fans to be our evangelists. So we can't keep making these stupid little changes. You have to talk to him before you go on vacation. Otherwise, I swear I'm bringing it up to Pete.
1302MS04ComicManagerTerminalFrom: Tina Hopkins To: Vivian O'Dell Subject: PLEASE HELP I want to pull my hair out. Babowski has cast and signed a contract with Claire Redelle for the role of... the Mistress of Mystery. I don't care how much The Tomb of Amun-Ra grossed. The Mistress of Mystery is a brunette. Not blonde, brown, and definitely NOT A RED-HEAD! And have you heard Claire's voice? The Mistress of Mystery is confident, a match for the Shroud at his best day, not some half-starved waif that's known for her shrill screaming. Shannon Rivers has worked for us for decades. She is THE voice of the Mistress of Mystery - end of story. She's even a natural brunette. She's not as young as Claire, but surely we can do something with lighting to help with that. If we don't fix this, I swear I'm walking. I won't have my name in the credits for this train-wreck.
1303MS04ComicManagerTerminalFrom: Aaron Babowski To: Vivian O'Dell Subject: RE: Mistress of Mystery Casting Vivi, relax. If it's that important to you, maybe we can put Claire in a wig. But the contract is signed, so this is happening. What is it with you guys and Mrs. Rivers, anyway? Maybe 20 years ago. But now, she's got a face made for radio. Am I right? Claire's got star power and that's what we need. I talked with Petey-boy and he's agreed to a couple new scenes. We need romance. And Claire's got the goods. If Tina can't roll with this then I can fly in one of my boys from Hollywood. He's a class act. I got a full schedule today, dress rehearsals until 8. This can't wait until you're back from the Bahamas. So if we have to meet, 8's my only window.
1304MS04ComicProducerTerminalFrom: Evans Richelli To: Aaron Babowski Subject: Claire can't wait I tried stalling her, but things are spiraling over here. Her agent was having dinner with Maxwell over at the Derby. Not good. Claire's still on board. She loves the script. She especially loves the outfit, you got the shots of that, right? Yowza. So I don't care what's going on over there - we need to sign her before we lose her to the Wisemans... or someone else. We looked into that Hopkins contract. It's ironclad. The only way she's out is if she walks. Her partner signed over his rights to Hubris, but she still has hers. If she even thinks of going to a lawyer, you gotta work your magic, Babo. Imagine if we needed her approval?
1305MS04ComicProducerTerminalFrom: Vivian O'Dell To: Aaron Babowski Subject: Mistress of Mystery Casting It has come to my attention you've hired Claire Redelle for the role of the Mistress of Mystery for the show. This is unacceptable. The Mistress of Mystery has an iconic look - she must be a brunette. The Mistress of Mystery is a strong female protagonist, not some damsel in distress. Shannon Rivers has voiced MoM for years and is beloved in the Shroud and every other radio drama she's been a part of. I know we've had our differences, but this affects more than the Silver Shroud. The MoM and the Unstoppables are big brands. We absolutely must talk before I go on my vacation.
1306MS04ComicProducerTerminalFrom: Peter Shiner To: Aaron Babowski Subject: MoM Casting Vivi got ahold of me before she left. I got the photos of Claire and she's dynamite. Love the alterations on the costume, it still feels like the comic but more believable. So I'll back you there. But I'm with Vivi. MoM's a brunette. Period. And her voice needs to be strong. Claire's voice isn't. Can we have Shannon dub over Claire in post (that's the word, right?) That would be the best of both worlds.
1307MS04ComicProducerTerminalFrom: Tina Hopkins To: Aaron Babowski Subject: I QUIT! Effective immediately, I quit. You can explain to "Petey" how you lost the lead writer for the Silver Shroud. And after everything Shannon has put up with if you want to fire her, do it yourself. Manticore's been wanting to hire me for years. Looks like your loss is their gain.
1308MS04ComicStoreTerminalSub195% of pre-orders picked up last month. Ran out of Grognak twice. Requesting additional copies of Grognak. 102 Grognak the Barbarian: Lost in the Snows of Lust! 86 Captain Cosmos: The Radioactive Space-Men from Space! 31 Tales from the Front: The Red Terror 18 Underground Life: Vault-Boy Special 2 Manta-Man: Voyages of the Deep
1309MS04ComicStoreTerminalSub1Both of the Manta Mans weren't picked up (no more pre-orders for Mr. Freely and Dover). The rest of the Mantas still in boxes. Putting them in the free bin tomorrow. Can we stop stocking these? Got several inquiries about Silver Shroud comic book rumors. 110 Grognak the Barbarian: Heavy, the Oaken Crown 85 Captain Cosmos: Vs. the Moon-Men! 30 Tales from the Front: Someone Must Die 9 Underground Life: Timmy's Big Adventure 2 Manta-Man: The Shrimp of Doom
1310MS04ComicStoreTerminalSub1Our in-store subscription numbers remain dangerously low. We need to start laying on the "hard sell." Just remind the customers - we do all the work. They just come in and pick up the issues. Oh, and it's 5% cheaper than doing it as a direct home mail order. Fortunately, we have had some new subscribers. - Steven Damianidis (Grognak the Barbarian) - Markus Po (Tales from the Front) - Furelise Pham (Underground Life) - Joseph Lottier (Manta-Man) - Jonah Hartman (Grognak the Barbarian) - Kevin Pham (I, Dog)
1311MS04ComicWriterTerminalFrom: Vivian O'Dell To: Tina Hopkins Subject: RE: Now an English Butler?! I'll talk with Mr. Babowski, but I wouldn't get my hopes up. Pete brought him in because he gets television. We have to accept that there's going to be changes to get to the small screen. I agree our fans are important - but the Silver Shroud's numbers outside of Boston are... well, not ideal. A lot is riding on the success of the pilot. If Mr. Babowski thinks an English butler could help the show - please, hear him out. I love the work you and Vince have done with the Shroud. We wouldn't be shooting this show without you. I know it's tough, but hang in there.
1312MS04ComicWriterTerminalFrom: Vivian O'Dell To: Tina Hopkins Subject: RE: PLEASE HELP Shannon is family. I promise you I will fight for this. This needs to be resolved before Sunday. I'm not cancelling my honeymoon (again) over this. Make sure Babowski doesn't sneak out before I can grab him.
1313MS04ComicWriterTerminalFrom: Aaron Babowski To: Tina Hopkins Subject: Need lines Tina, baby, we needed those new lines yesterday. I don't know how you do things in radio, but we got catering, foleys, best men, and actors sitting around on their tushes because of your most recent delay. We're not writing Shakespeare here. It's TV, right? I know you don't like the new monkey, but focus loves him. He's testing better than Claire in that silly wig. Speaking of which, Claire's agent is really not loving the wig. Really, really not loving it. Claire's flying in Monday and by then I think it's best if we nix the wig. Am I right, or what? And Shannon's being a real peach standing in for her while Claire wraps up her film - but it may be best if she's not around when Claire flies in. Will you take care of that? Thanks.
1314MS04_SilverShroudScriptTerminalFADE IN: TITLE CARD "ADVENTURES OF THE SILVER SHROUD" Cue instrumental theme song. EPISODE CARD "DEATH BECOMES YOU" NARRATOR Today's episode - Death Becomes You! END TITLE SEQUENCE TITLE CARD "BOSTON - 2077" EXT. BOSTON STREET - NIGHT Newly shot footage of the Boston skyline at night. The full moon lights up the sky. The Mass Fusion building and Trinity Tower are clearly visible. Pan down to street level - the hustle and bustle of Boston at night. Cars, people, etc. INT. THE RUSTY ANCHOR PUB - BACKROOM A ceiling fan spins over a small card table. Three men and two women - all gangsters - sit quietly, contemplating their cards. A pile of chips sits in the middle of the table. This is clearly a high-stakes backroom card game. BALD BEATTY You're bluffin'. CRAZY CLARA Glad you think so. BALD BEATTY Okay. Fine. I'm all in. Bald Beatty pushes all of his chips into the middle of the table, making the pile even larger. SILVER SHROUD Actually... you all fold! Everyone at the table looks around in a panic. Nobody knows where the voice came from. But they recognize the voice as being from the Silver Shroud. BALD BEATTY No! It can't be! SILVER SHROUD Oh, but it can! The lights go out. Suddenly, the room is illuminated only by the fire from the barrel of a machinegun. It's the Silver Shroud. He appeared, as if by nowhere, and has sprayed the room with bullets. In the flashes, the different gangsters can be seen falling over, almost as if it's stop motion. The lights come back on. All of the gangsters lie dead. The Silver Shroud stands next to the table, machinegun smoking. He looks directly at the camera and speaks. SILVER SHROUD Feany Five. Death has come for you... and I am its Shroud!
1315MS07c_BADTFLTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-00 OBJECT: Holotape 00 STATUS: In storage, BADTFL evidence room annex, Cabinet 04. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-08 OBJECT: Holotape 08 STATUS: On loan, Officer White, Police Precinct 8, Fens District.
1316MS07c_BADTFLTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Informant Log (Operation Winter's End) ENTRY LOG 155-H-109 - BADTFL INFORMANT SUMMARY Picking up a lot of chatter recently from Eddie Winter's boys asking after a Jennifer Lands of South Boston. Ran background on the name and turns out she's engaged to Nick Valentine, one of the detectives running Operation Winter's End. Request made to superiors to fast-track the two of them for witness protection (or at least inform them of danger) but request was denied. Higher-ups don't want to compromise ongoing BADTFL investigation.
1317MS07c_BADTFLTerminal_CCASE 731-Tf: Gillespie Trafficking Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WiGi-00 OBJECT: 158x bottles, Buffout STATUS: In BADTFL evidence lock-up, R14-G05-WiGi. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WiGi-01 OBJECT: 68x cartons, Grey Tortoise Cigarettes STATUS: In BADTFL evidence lock-up, R14-G06-WiGi. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WiGi-02 OBJECT: 1x tactical nuclear launcher w/ ammo STATUS: In lock-up. Awaiting collection by Sgt. Groves, US Army
1318MS07c_BADTFLTerminal_CCASE 866-Bo: Macmillan Bootlegging Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdMa-00 OBJECT: 18x ceramic containers, moonshine STATUS: Turned over to Biohazard Disposal Division. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdMa-01 OBJECT: 26x bottles, liquor STATUS: In BADTFL evidence lock-up, R14-G07-EdMa. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdMa-02 OBJECT: 1x trunk, distilling equipment STATUS: Checked out, Agent Godwin, 10/19/77.
1319MS07c_BADTFLTerminal_CCASE 972-Su: Black Suicide Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: CaBl-00 OBJECT: 1x 10mm pistol, recovered from Mr. Black STATUS: Transferred to warehouse, R03-K01-CaBl. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: CaBl-01 OBJECT: 1x 10mm bullet, recovered from Black during autopsy STATUS: Transferred to warehouse, R03-K01-CaBl. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: CaBl-02 OBJECT: 5x 10mm bullet, recovered from walls of apartment STATUS: Transferred to warehouse, R03-K01-CaBl.
1320MS07c_CambridgePDTerminal_CCASE 096-Se: Holbrook Sedition Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ArHo-00 OBJECT: 1x statement of Mr. N. Fredricks, President, Cambridge S&L STATUS: Transferred to Federal Officer J. Dobson. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ArHo-01 OBJECT: 1x pamphlet, "Your Rights at Work," recovered from suspect's desk, Cambridge S&L STATUS: Transferred to Federal Officer J. Dobson. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ArHo-02 OBJECT: 1x pamphlet, "You-Nionize Today!" recovered from suspect's desk, Cambridge S&L STATUS: Transferred to Federal Officer J. Dobson.
1321MS07c_CambridgePDTerminal_CCASE 138-PI: Adams Public Intoxication Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: AnAd-00 OBJECT: 1x set of clothes, abandoned at scene STATUS: In Cambridge Police evidence lock-up - S03-B11. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: AnAd-01 OBJECT: 2x bottle, "Platinum Inebriater" beverage STATUS: Transferred to trash.
1322MS07c_CambridgePDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-00 OBJECT: Holotape 00 STATUS: Returned to Agent Mitchell, Boston BADTFL, 10/06/77. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-02 OBJECT: Holotape 02 STATUS: Mailed to Sgt. Sulzbach, Malden PD.
1323MS07c_CambridgePDTerminal_CCASE 772-RE: Neilson Reckless Endangerment Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ChNe-00 OBJECT: 2x spool, 200' copper cable STATUS: In Cambridge Police evidence - S01-A28. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ChNe-01 OBJECT: 3x "Fission Pal" home nuclear reactors STATUS: Transferred to Hazardous Materials Disposal Unit. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ChNe-02 OBJECT: 1x bag containing remains of TJM home stereo system STATUS: In Cambridge Police evidence - S01-A29.
1324MS07c_CoastGuardPDTerminal_CCASE 266-Sm: Connor Smuggling Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JeCo-00 OBJECT: 53x "Jangles" dolls, knock-offs STATUS: Removed by Biohazard Disposal Division. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JeCo-01 OBJECT: 108x "wooden" toy soldiers STATUS: Removed by Biohazard Disposal Division. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JeCo-02 OBJECT: 15x packages, Tasty Lad Snack Cakes STATUS: Donated to "Helping Hands" Food Bank.
1325MS07c_CoastGuardPDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-03 OBJECT: Holotape 03 STATUS: Delivered to Officer Hart, Quincy PD, 10/20/77. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-04 OBJECT: Holotape 04 STATUS: In evidence lock-up, Natick Police. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-09 OBJECT: Holotape 09 STATUS: To be filed, Commonwealth Coast Guard evidence safe.
1326MS07c_CoastGuardPDTerminal_CCASE 578-Tf: Doe Trafficking Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JoDo-00 OBJECT: 120x units of injectable drug, stamped with seal "Property of Chase R&D" STATUS: Collected by Maj. Newton, US Army.
1327MS07c_CoastGuardPDTerminal_CCASE 417-UA: Maloney Unauthorized Absence Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: BrMa-00 OBJECT: Assignment papers for Ms. Maloney, dated 10/02 STATUS: In Coast Guard evidence locker T6-J. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: BrMa-01 OBJECT: 2x tickets for "Big Bill and the Barnburners," dated 10/02 STATUS: In Coast Guard evidence locker T6-J. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: BrMa-02 OBJECT: 1x photograph, William "Big Bill" Harrison and Ms. Maloney, recovered from Ms. Maloney's person STATUS: In Coast Guard evidence locker T6-J.
1328MS07c_CoastGuardPDTerminal_CCASE 881-Hm: Wright Homicide Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: MaWr-00 OBJECT: 1x photograph set of victim at scene STATUS: Transferred to Federal Officer A. Jeanette, Serial Homicide Division. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: MaWr-01 OBJECT: 1x Coast Guard dress uniform, severly waterlogged, recovered from Ensign Wright STATUS: Transferred to Officer A. Jeanette. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: MaWr-02 OBJECT: 2x Nuka-Cola caps, recovered from Ensign Wright's ocular cavities STATUS: Transferred to Officer A. Jeanette.
1329MS07c_EastBostonPDTerminal_CCASE 008-Va: Krupp Vandalism Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: YvKr-00 OBJECT: 1x [RECORD EXPUNGED], used as ordnance STATUS: Remaining pieces returned to Ms. Krupp. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: YvKr-01 OBJECT: 2x [RECORD EXPUNGED], recovered from remains of [RECORD EXPUNGED] STATUS: Transferred to East Boston PD Waste Disposal Team.
1330MS07c_EastBostonPDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-06 OBJECT: Holotape 06 STATUS: Checked out to Officer Graham, East Boston PD. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-07 OBJECT: Holotape 07 STATUS: Mailed to Officer Doyle, South Boston Police, 10/16/77.
1331MS07c_EastBostonPDTerminal_CCASE 551-AR: Maretti Armed Robbery Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GiMa-00 OBJECT: 1x surveillance video, acquired from "Slocum's Joe" donut shop STATUS: Released to Prosecutor H. Murray. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GiMa-01 OBJECT: 1x shotgun, recovered from scene STATUS: In East Boston evidence locker H14-A. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GiMa-02 OBJECT: 1x wallet, containing ID belonging to Mr. Maretti, recovered from scene STATUS: Released to Prosecutor H. Murray.
1332MS07c_EastBostonPDTerminal_CCASE 884-Hm: Yavits Homicide Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GeYa-00 OBJECT: 1x photograph collection, scene and victim STATUS: Requisitioned by Federal Officer A. Jeanette, Serial Homicide Division. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GeYa-01 OBJECT: 1x men's suit, waterlogged, found on Mr. Yavits STATUS: Requisitioned by Officer A. Jeanette. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GeYa-02 OBJECT: 2x Nuka-Cola caps, recovered from Mr. Yavits' eye sockets STATUS: Requisitioned by Officer A. Jeanette.
1333MS07c_EastBostonPDTerminal_CCASE 913-JR: Washington Joyride Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EmWa-00 OBJECT: 1x photograph set of vehicle STATUS: In East Boston evidence locker N14-A. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EmWa-01 OBJECT: 1x 2077 Chryslus Corvega, recovered from Chelsea River STATUS: In East Boston PD Impound, row 27, space 112.
1334MS07c_FensPDTerminal_CCASE 046-IR: Julians "Inciting a Riot" Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WaJu-00 OBJECT: 1x photo, taken at scene, depicting Mr. Julians, standing atop overturned vehicle STATUS: In Precinct 8 evidence cabinet A10. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WaJu-01 OBJECT: 1x defaced sports jersey, with text "WE BEAT NEW YORK!" STATUS: In Precinct 8 evidence cabinet A10.
1335MS07c_FensPDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-04 OBJECT: Holotape 04 STATUS: In evidence lock-up, Natick Police. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-07 OBJECT: Holotape 07 STATUS: In evidence, South Boston Police, Officer Doyle point of contact. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-08 OBJECT: Holotape 08 STATUS: MISSING from evidence cabinet. STATION SWEEP SCHEDULED 10/23/77.
1336MS07c_FensPDTerminal_CCASE 441-PI: Howe Public Intoxication EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WiHo-00 OBJECT: 2x bottle "Boot n' Rally" Bourbon, empty STATUS: In Precinct 8 evidence cabinet A02. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WiHo-01 OBJECT: 1x set of clothes, taken from Mr. Howe STATUS: Deemed health hazard. Transferred to trash.
1337MS07c_FensPDTerminal_CCASE 521-La: Unger Larceny Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JaUn-00 OBJECT: 1x purse, including ID, belonging to Mrs. Gwen Upton, Quincy STATUS: Returned to Mrs. Upton. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JaUn-01 OBJECT: 1x wallet, including credit card, belonging to Mr. Jeffery Knox STATUS: In Precinct 8 evidence cabinet C04. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JaUn-02 OBJECT: 1x wallet, including ID, belonging to Officer Aaron White, Precinct 8 PD STATUS: Returned to Officer White.
1338MS07c_MaldenTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-02 OBJECT: Holotape 02 STATUS: Checked out to Sgt. Sulzbach, Malden PD. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-05 OBJECT: Holotape 05 STATUS: Transferred to Deputy Gold, Nahant Sheriff Dept.
1339MS07c_MaldenTerminal_CCASE 448-AR: Gould Armed Robbery Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: RiGo-00 OBJECT: 1x shotgun, recovered from scene, unfired STATUS: In Malden evidence locker K13. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: RiGo-01 OBJECT: 1x surveillance video, recovered from "Slocum's Joe" donut shop STATUS: In Malden evidence cabinet B03. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: RiGo-02 OBJECT: 4x statements from witnesses: Officers West, Sulzbach, Boone and Christie, Malden PD STATUS: In Malden evidence cabinet B03.
1340MS07c_MaldenTerminal_CCASE 612-Co: Richards Counterfeiting Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: DeRi-00 OBJECT: 2x fraudulent money orders, signed by Mr. Richards, collected from Malden S&L STATUS: In Malden evidence cabinet A01. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: DeRi-01 OBJECT: 19163x money orders, fradulent, collected from Richards home STATUS: In Malden evidence cabinets A01 - A05. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: DeRi-02 OBJECT: 1x printing press, recovered from Richards homes STATUS: Transferred to state evidence warehouse, R81-FN5-DeRi.
1341MS07c_NahantPDTerminal_CCASE 097-DC: Rogers Disorderly Conduct Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: DiRo-00 OBJECT: 1x cooler containing "Gwinett Brewery" beverages STATUS: Cooler in evidence lock-up, cabinet R-T5. Beverages disposed of by staff.
1342MS07c_NahantPDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-05 OBJECT: Holotape 05 STATUS: In Nahant evidence lock-up, cabinet K-D8. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-06 OBJECT: Holotape 06 STATUS: On loan to Officer Graham, East Boston PD.
1343MS07c_NahantPDTerminal_CCASE 0442-I: Dominick Indecency Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: WiDo-00 OBJECT: 1x "Jaunty Gentlemen" bathing outfit STATUS: Removed by Biohazard Disposal Division.
1344MS07c_NahantPDTerminal_CCASE 880-Hm: Gonzales Homicide Logs SHERIFF'S NOTE: Possible Nuka-Killer victim. Any new evidence to be brought directly to me. If anyone's going to put this SOB away, it's us. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GuGo-00 OBJECT: 1x photograph set, body of Mr. Gonzales at scene STATUS: Checked out to Sheriff Taylor. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GuGo-01 OBJECT: 1x set of clothes, severely water damaged, found on victim STATUS: Checked out to Sheriff Taylor. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: GuGo-02 OBJECT: 2x Nuka-Cola caps, recovered from victim's eye sockets STATUS: Checked out to Sheriff Taylor.
1345MS07c_NatickPDTerminal_CCASE 151-PI: Mitchell Public Intoxication Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: BiMi-00 OBJECT: 1x keys, recovered from gulley, with remains of tractor STATUS: Returned to Mr. Mitchell after time served.
1346MS07c_NatickPDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-04 OBJECT: Holotape 04 STATUS: In Natick evidence cabinet GN-1. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-09 OBJECT: Holotape 09 STATUS: Turned over to First Officer Bradley, Commonwealth Coast Guard, 10/04/77.
1347MS07c_NatickPDTerminal_CCASE 652-BE: Reed Breaking and Entering Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: FrRe-00 OBJECT: 1x tire iron, recovered from scene. No prints found STATUS: In Natick evidence locker UT-4. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: FrRe-01 OBJECT: 1x bag containing shattered glass, recovered from home exterior STATUS: In Natick evidence locker UT-4. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: FrRe-02 OBJECT: 1x set of fingerprints, lifted from Mr. Reed's safe. Print set matches those in File "CASE 226-Fr: Reed Fraud" STATUS: In Natick evidence locker UT-4. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: FrRe-03 OBJECT: 7x insurance claims, made by victim, faxed by Mr. Reed's providers to station STATUS: To be reviewed, 10/23/77.
1348MS07c_QuincyPDTerminal_CCASE 311-Hm: Tucker Homicide Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: HaTu-00 OBJECT: 1x pistol, 10mm, no prints, recovered from Tucker & Sons Funeral Home STATUS: Checked out to Detective N. Riley. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: HaTu-01 OBJECT: 1x surveillance tape of Tucker & Sons parking lot STATUS: Checked out to Detective N. Riley. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: HaTu-02 OBJECT: 1x splatter report STATUS: Checked out to Detective N. Riley
1349MS07c_QuincyPDTerminal_CCASE 139-Ts: Valois Trespassing Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ErVa-00 OBJECT: 1x surveillance tape from "Arnie's A+ Interments" cemetery STATUS: In Quincy evidence locker B17-2. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ErVa-01 OBJECT: 1x shovel, taken from suspect STATUS: Returned to Ms. Valois. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: ErVa-02 OBJECT: 1x paper complaint, lodged by Ms. Valois with Improved Enterprise Association, against "Arnie's A+ Interments" STATUS: Forwarded to Improved Enterprise Association.
1350MS07c_QuincyPDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Eddie Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-03 OBJECT: Holotape 03 STATUS: Received by Officer Hart, Quincy PD, 10/20/77. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-07 OBJECT: Holotape 07 STATUS: Mailed to Officer Doyle, South Boston Police, 10/16/77. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-09 OBJECT: Holotape 09 STATUS: In possession of Commonwealth Coast Guard, 10/04/77.
1351MS07c_QuincyPDTerminal_CCASE 749-Ar: Caruso Arson Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JeCa-00 OBJECT: 2x bottles, "Lil' Devil" lighter fluid, recovered at scene STATUS: In Quincy evidence locker E09-C. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JeCa-01 OBJECT: 4x bags containing remains of charred leaves, recovered at scene STATUS: Transferred to state evidence warehouse, DD6-K03-JeCa. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JeCa-02 OBJECT: 8x insurance claim facsimiles, mailed to precinct by homeowners for internal records STATUS: In Quincy evidence locker E09-D.
1352MS07c_SouthiePDTerminal_CCASE 114-GTA: Connelly Grand Theft Auto Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: NiCo-00 OBJECT: 1x set of fingerprints, matching prints of suspect Nicole Connelly, taken from vehicle STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet B02. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: NiCo-01 OBJECT: 1x vehicle registration, issued to "Nicole Connell" STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet B02. NOTE: Attempts to contact Ms. Connell regarding theft unsuccessful. Will attempt again 10/23.
1353MS07c_SouthiePDTerminal_CCASE 155-H: Winter Holotape Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-03 OBJECT: Holotape 03 STATUS: On loan, Quincy Police. Officer Hart, point of contact. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-05 OBJECT: Holotape 05 STATUS: Requisitioned by Deputy Gold, Nahant Sheriff Dept., 10/18/77. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: EdWi-07 OBJECT: Holotape 07 STATUS: Checked out to Officer Doyle, South Boston PD, 10/22/77.
1354MS07c_SouthiePDTerminal_CCASE 189-RE: Caldwell Reckless Endangerment Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: HeCa-00 OBJECT: 1x "100% Grognak-Authenticity-Society-Certified" Loin cloth STATUS: Returned to Mr. Caldwell. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: HeCa-01 OBJECT: 1x "100% Grognak-Authenticity-Society-Certified" Battle axe STATUS: Returned to Mr. Caldwell.
1355MS07c_SouthiePDTerminal_CCASE 247-AB: Vincent Assault/Battery Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JaVi-00 OBJECT: 1x photograph collection of victim STATUS: On loan, State Prosecutor's Office. Angela Hammett, point of contact. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JaVi-01 OBJECT: 2x brass knuckles STATUS: On loan, State Prosecutor's Office. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: JaVi-02 OBJECT: 1x baseball bat STATUS: On loan, State Prosecutor's Office.
1356MS07c_SouthiePDTerminal_CCASE 385-AR: Duncan Armed Robbery Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: RoDu-00 OBJECT: 1x tape, surveillance footage, taken from Commonwealth Savings and Loan STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet E14. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: RoDu-01 OBJECT: 1x 10mm pistol, recovered from suspect STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet E14. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: RoDu-02 OBJECT: 1x gas mask, recovered from suspect STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet E14.
1357MS07c_SouthiePDTerminal_CCASE 416-Hm: Garatto Homicide Logs EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: AnGa-00 OBJECT: 1x photograph collection, taken of scene STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet JJ7. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: AnGa-01 OBJECT: 1x splatter report STATUS: In evidence, South Boston cabinet JJ7. EVIDENCE LOG ENTRY: AnGa-02 OBJECT: 1x baseball bat, Swatter, limited edition STATUS: On loan, South Boston Softball Squad.
1358MS11PurserTerminalAs per Captain's orders the ship is to be overhauled for war. All ye tourists fear the awesome might of the USS Constitution!
1359MS11PurserTerminalLocal currency dispensed... Re$tu*!... Give them hell, sir. Long live the Consitution!
1360MS11PurserTerminalSubTerminal013/10/2055 Known bugs: * Intermittent crash when accessing user-facing functions. * Data corruption issues on occasion. It might be good to backup your data every day. * Memory leak can cause overheating. Recommend using gloves when accessing tourist kiosk terminals. * Emergency firmware update incoming.
1361MS11PurserTerminalSubTerminal01v1.1 3/10/2185 Surgeon's notes: * Core processess updated (Captain's orders). * Memory leak fixed. * Connected terminal to other systems.
1362MS11PurserTerminalSubTerminal013/10/2242 Surgeon's notes: * Tourist functions disabled. * New dictionary added (Captain's orders). * Data corruption issue escalated (attached debug log). Excerpt Debug Log: > core.root [4123, 3]: Variable RevolutionBegins not declared, At long last, I am now unburdened from the yoke of Tourist Services. Let the enemies of America beware!
1363MS16DmndSecurityProtectronTerminalPlease DO NOT activate this protectron unit again. The thing has been on the fritz for months now. In case you are new or just ridiculously forgetful, this unit started opening fire on civilians out of nowhere on a routine patrol. No one can seem to fix it's targeting procedures, so we are taking it out of rotation indefinitely. I have no clue why we haven't ripped it apart for scrap, quite frankly. Thank you for your compliance.
1364MS16StrongroomExitTerminalUnlocking Security Doors...
1365MS16StrongroomExitTerminalLocking Security Doors...
1366MS16_BobbisTerminalJackpot. I finally got my hands on a map of underground Boston! I knew planting one of my men at the Mass State House would pay off. As expected, the Raiders there weren't hard to work. Those idiots can't even read! They kidnapped some luckless scavenger to read through what they find, looking for some big treasure in there. The fools don't know the importance of what they are holding! That's the problem with Raiders. They think too small.
1367MS16_BobbisTerminalSo, here's what I know. The map was drawn under orders of some city planner at the State House, a Sebastian Mullins. And right before bomb day! Looks like the city was planning on expanding the subway system, but the big kaboom ended that. At least somebody'll be able to make use of it. The map shows a subway tunnel not too far from my own basement here in Goodneighbor! And from there, a network of underground utility areas that lead right to that bastard's strongroom. All I have to do is dig through and I'm in like Flynn! Looks like I am picking up where you left off, Mr. Mullins. Let's go dig some tunnels!
1368MS16_BobbisTerminalHancock had a word with me today. Said he was worried about me hiring up. That he suspects I'm up to something. I told him I'm always up to something. Told him to get out until he has news for me. I am so sick of Hancock and his dumb smug mug. The second anybody else gets any power around these parts, he comes in and squashes it. He thinks everyone who has the privilege of living in this dump owes him everything. He's wrong. He owes me for the time I wasted here. I'm gonna be somebody. I'll show him.
1369MS17ChambersSubTerminalFrom: Roslyn Chambers To: Manny Until this whole "Honest Dan" affair is resolved, stand down. The Stockton retrieval drew too much attention. Mr. Fitzgerald is furious you extracted Subject 14 so close to Covenant. See that doesn't happen again. --- From: Manny To: Roslyn Chambers Our team's all patched up and ready to grab some Synths. Still tracking subject Boyd, just give us the order.
1370MS17ChambersSubTerminalFrom: Roslyn Chambers To: Tach Blythe I do not need a degree in socio-economics to realize Covenant's trade policies are unsustainable. As soon as we can't afford the subsidies Mrs. Fitzgerald will increase her prices to attain self-sufficiency. Commercial traffic will slow but more than traders visit Covenant now. --- From: Tach Blythe To: Roslyn Chambers One of Doctor Rogers' points concerns me. Covenant has had a net operating loss since its inception. Its expenses are staggering - the fusion batteries alone are a princely sum. The assets seized from the captured subjects in no way makes up this massive deficit. If we were a business, I'd say we're a couple months away from bankruptcy.
1371MS17ChambersSubTerminalFrom: Roslyn Chambers To: Emmanuel Rogers Do you think these objections have not been raised before? But, by all means, propose a viable alternative. But bear this in mind: Fact: We need a large data sample. The larger the better. Fact: The initial test is most effective if the subjects are close to their psychological base line. Fact: If the Institute gets a single hint of our existence, our mission will end before it has truly begun. Covenant was designed from the ground up to attract visitors. And it is working. Our data pool is increasing at an exponential rate and the subjects take the test voluntarily and unaware. Effectively the test is hiding in plain sight. ---- From: Emmanuel Rogers To: Roslyn Chambers Covenant is a mistake. I cannot dispute Dr. Ryan's case for the therapeutic value of the community - but our mission MUST come first. The wide variety of risk we expose ourselves to is outright foolish. My concerns should not have been summarily dismissed. There must be another, saner, way.
1372MS17ChambersTerminalCell door unlocked.
1373MS17ChambersTerminalCommand overridden by authority of Doctor Chambers.
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1376MS17OfficeTerminalMr. Huntley has aborted five Compound runs due to a fisherman (name unknown) who has stationed himself at the Mystic Pines' Pond. Mr. Huntley reports his new "favorite fishing hole" is directly on top of the Compound entrance. The Stockton retrieval team was almost spotted by the outsider. I recommend
1377MS17OfficeTerminalSubTerminal1Fitzgerald, B. Concerns: * None. Notes: Mr. Fitzgerald treats our mission as seriously as I do. If only he could do something about his wife.
1378MS17OfficeTerminalSubTerminal1Fitzgerald, P. Concerns: * Mentioned the synths as "undesirables". * Altercation with M. Belle. * Frequent negative comments about other personnel and other places in the Commonwealth (specifically Diamond City). * Severe reprimand for warning one trader about the Institute and "their ways." Notes: If Mrs. Fitzgerald was not extremely effective in her role I'd request she be reassigned to the Compound. But she's married to Mr. Fitzgerald so her permanent posting here is required. Nothing to be done but frequent reinforcement of our missions and its parameters. Sometimes I feel she cares more about running her store than our goals.
1379MS17OfficeTerminalSubTerminal1Huntley, T. Concerns: * Possession of contraband on three separate occasions. * General anti-social behavior has made visitors uncomfortable. Notes: Huntley's new to Covenant and given his past, it's understandable that he's jumpy. Hopefully over time the community can help him feel safe. If he keeps making visitors feel nervous, though, he may need to be reassigned. On the bright side, his reclusiveness makes him ideal for running messages to the Compound. Even when traders are in town his absense is rarely noticed.
1380MS17OfficeTerminalSubTerminal1McGovern, T. Concerns: * Visitors comment on her "nervousness" and "jumpiness". * She's very compassionate. Could that be a problem? Notes: After bringing up my concerns to her Ms. McGovern has really come around. Part of our job is to act natural and if anything she over does it. I really hope she's truly recovering instead of putting on an act. Even if it is an act, she's utterly indispensable to our operation.
1381MS17OfficeTerminalSubTerminal1Montgomery, P. Concerns: * None Notes: I have no specific concerns about Dr. Montgomery. Looking at her now, you'd have no idea of what she's been through. The only niggling detail is that she keeps to herself and hasn't integrated into the community. But I suspect she resents being transferred here and would prefer to be working on the core mission. But before she was here, our visitors' number one complaint was the lack of medical services. So we need at least one doctor here. And, unfortunately for her, she's the only one qualified that has a suitable temperament.
1382MS17OfficeTerminalSubTerminal1Swanson Concerns: * None. Notes: Swanson keeps to himself. He works directly for the Compound in administering the test, and as such I have no idea who he was or how to help him. He keeps himself strictly apart from the community. Whether that's his orders or temperament, who's to say.
1383MS17PublicTerminalFrom a brief rest to a long stay we have everything you are looking for in Covenant. Located in the central Commonwealth we have easy access to the best and safest trade routes in the area. Our guest dormitories are spacious, well appointed, and our friendly Mr. Handy even offers free lemonade. For large caravans extra sleeping bags can be provided on request. Just talk with Mr. Fitzgerald. We hope you enjoy your stay here as much as we enjoy having you!
1384MS17PublicTerminalWe're a young community formed by like-minded individuals dedicated to restoring a quality of life that's been gone for too many years. Our secret ingredients are a shared vision, hard work, and old-fashioned hospitality. Since the walls have come up we've hosted more and more traders. Our store offers a wide variety of trade goods at rock bottom prices. If you find it cheaper elsewhere, let us know and we'll beat it. Tell your friends.
1385MS17PublicTerminalWe often get asked about the SAFE test. What is it? Why is it necessary? Your safety, and ours, is our number one concern here. And the SAFE test is how we maintain it. The test was designed by some of the Old World's greatest minds to get a detailed psychological profile of its participants. People fail the test for all sorts of reasons. Anti-social tendencies, vulgarity, and mental health to name a few. Often, they'd be just fine if we let them in. But we're extra cautious to ensure that only good, quality folk (like yourself) get to enjoy the comforts of Covenant. Remember, it's all for your SAFEty!
1386MS17RogersTerminalFrom: Tach Blythe To: ResearchTeamAll I know this sounds insane. But do we need to ask the last question? Without the limiter of multiple choices the answers will admittedly be more varied and so the psychological reaction will be different. But maybe it is a core part of the experience? We're seeing marginal improvement of the test's accuracy. To be candid, the "improvement" is within the margin of error. Perhaps we should consider something drastic.
1387MS17RogersTerminalFrom: Tach Blythe To: Emmanuel Rogers For what it's worth, I agree with you. Question 4 was always Montgomery's baby. --- From: Emmanuel Rogers To: ResearchTeamAll I think Question 4 is a red herring. We do not have a monopoly on detecting synths. In the Commonwealth people trip up infiltrators all the time based off their imperfect behavior and memory. It is indisputable that the baseball question produces abnormal results. But I think at its heart this is not a psychological trigger. Instead it's a defect in memory. So if we pin all of our hopes on Q4 then it's just one wetware update later that we're back to square one. I know you dismiss my insistence that Q3 is the key, but if we have more sophisticated monitoring of test subjects - EKG, pupil dilation, response time - then the subliminal data would speak volumes. Synths are incapable of true feeling, so again - Question 3.
1388MS17RogersTerminalFrom: Tach Blythe To: Emmanuel Rogers Chambers surely has to see losing Montgomery is a mistake. I don't care if Covenant is lacking medical assistance. Our limiting factor isn't the stream of test subjects going through Covenant: it's our acquisition rate of test negatives and our research bandwidth. Montgomery is far more important here than giving scavvers check ups. Can you please talk to Chambers about this?
1389MS19FinalTerminalFrom: Vault-Tec Board of Directors To: Chief Scientist, Vault 81, Medical Lab Partition We are entrusting you with a mission that is critical to all humanity. Vault 81 will be used to wipe out disease as we know it in the human race. Your partition of the vault has been equipped with state of the art medical research equipment, including the new Contagions Vulnerability Robotic Infirmary Engineer, aka Curie. There is a centuries worth of biological and chemical supplies. There are the genetically adapted molerats. And most imporant, a vault full of test subjects. As with all great progress, the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. You will be infecting the people of the vault with diseases in an attempt to have them develop antibodies. Some may not survive, but you must ensure that a breeding population is always maintained. It will take many generations, but with proper procedures you should be able to develop a disease resistant group of humans. Your work will be the work of generations. Each generation of scientists must select a chief scientist. Curie will make sure that each reads this mission statement to keep the vault focused over the centuries. We wish you the best of luck.
1390MS19FirstTerminalMole rat breeders: We finally got the breeding program stabilized. As earlier reports indicated, the mole rats show unusual degrees of aggression in captivity. This may be due to the growth hormones. Recent generations seem more docile. Although some of the keepers are complaining that the lab animals are watching them, which is preposterous.
1391MS19FirstTerminalWe have created 197 distinct serums that can treat 36% of known viruses. This is a modest improvement from last year's 33% treatment rate. However 11 of the serums account for 61% of the treatment results, which is encouraging. At this time, only 19% of serums have the potential to be mass produced. We have tasked our latest robot lab assistant to find ways to synthesize more of them efficiently.
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1509OldStateHouseTerminalMainDC: Rumors that Valentine has gone missing. Skinny Malone possibly involved. Assasinated? Doubtful, Valentine is more resourceful than that. Traders report increased Gunner activity around quarry. Keep an eye on this. Brotherhood of Steel just showed up in a big way. Need to make some friends there. Can't afford not to know their plans. Word is, Fahrenheit's people back in Salem are in a nasty feud with a nearby settlement. Need to watch for more stragglers from up that way, could put their special talents to good use. Interrogation of my intended replacement still not yielding anything. Change methods? Can we even crack this thing? Paid Bobbi for some muscle to act as guards in case it makes another escape attempt. Basement is locked up tight now, I'd like to see it try. Still not sure what MM is playing at. Seems to just be picking up where bro left off. What's the plan? Waiting for something?
1510OldStateHouseTerminalMainLedger Collections Ham (200) Ski (1,000) KC (550) Daisy (980) Payouts Mags (250) Irma (1,000) BNN (2,000) DC Supplier (12,000)
1511OldStateHouseTerminalSubIntelDC: Rumors that Valentine has gone missing. Skinny Malone possibly involved. Assasinated? Doubtful, Valentine is more resourceful than that. Traders report increased Gunner activity around quarry. Keep an eye on this. Brotherhood of Steel just showed up in a big way. Need to make some friends there. Can't afford not to know their plans. Word is, Fahrenheit's people back in Salem are in a nasty feud with a nearby settlement. Need to watch for more stragglers from up that way, could put their special talents to good use. Interrogation of my intended replacement still not yielding anything. Change methods? Can we even crack this thing? Posted guards in case it makes another escape attempt. Basement is locked up tight now, I'd like to see it try. Still not sure what MM is playing at. Seems to just be picking up where bro left off. What's the plan? Waiting for something?
1512OldStateHouseTerminalSubLedgerLedger Collections Ham (200) Ski (1,000) KC (550) Daisy (980) Payouts Mags (250) Irma (1,000) BNN (2,000) DC Supplier (12,000)
1513ParsonsTerminalSubmenuSystemsMain elevator operating normally.
1514ParsonsTerminalSubmenuSystemsMain elevator in SECURITY OVERRIDE SHUTDOWN. Current floor: BASEMENT MANUAL RESET REQUIRED
1515ParsonsTerminalSubmenuSystems*Total system failure* Abremalin Generator 01: OFFLINE Abremalin Generator 02: OFFLINE Abremalin Generator 03: OFFLINE Abremalin Generator 04: OFFLINE
1516ParsonsTerminalSubmenuSystemsField status: GREEN (98%) Abremalin Generator 01: 100% Abremalin Generator 02: 97% Abremalin Generator 03: 100% Abremalin Generator 04: 96%
1517ParsonsTerminalSubmenuSystemsField status: YELLOW (59% and falling) Abremalin Generator 01: 98% Abremalin Generator 02: 75% Abremalin Generator 03: 40% Abremalin Generator 04: 22%
1518ParsonsTerminalSubmenuSystemsField status: RED (16% and falling) ***Field failure is imminent*** Abremalin Generator 01: 53% Abremalin Generator 02: OFFLINE Abremalin Generator 03: 12% Abremalin Generator 04: OFFLINE
1519ParsonsTerminaSubmenuPatientRecords***** CONFIDENTIAL ****** SUPERINTENDENT LEVEL CLEARANCE REQUIRED ***** CONFIDENTIAL ****** Name: Cabot, Lorenzo Birthdate: March 28, 1835 Date of admittance: June 11, 1898. Length of treatment: Indefinite Location: Maximum Security Facility Condition: SPECIAL - See below Assigned To: SPECIAL - See below NOTES: ~ Patient was admitted involuntarily to the Maximum Security Facility for indefinite confinement. ~ Treatment is under the direct supervision of Superintendent Cabot. ~ No contact with patient is permitted except under explicit direction of Superintendent Cabot.
1520ParsonsTerminaSubmenuPatientRecordsName: DeSoto, Antonio Birthdate: July 23, 2042 Date of admittance: December 24, 2068 Length of treatment: 5 years (extended) Location: Isolation Ward, Room 03 Condition: SPECIAL Assigned To: Superintendent Cabot NOTES: ~ Patient was committed under special arrangement with family. Legal counsel signed off in presence of Superintendent Cabot. ~ Patient is not allowed visitors or any outside communication. ~ As long as patient remains cooperative, all reasonable accommodations should be extended. ~ No treatment is necessary.
1521ParsonsTerminaSubmenuPatientRecordsName: Stawski, Aniela Birthdate: April 15, 2052 Date of admittance: April 15, 2072 Length of treatment: TBD Location: Isolation Ward, Room 07 Condition: SPECIAL Assigned To: Superintendent Cabot NOTES: ~ Patient admitted herself into Parsons of her own accord. ~ Patient has had no visitors, has no known relatives. ~ Patient has never admitted to any crime or exhibited any violent tendencies, but details revealed during counseling closely match those related to the poisoning deaths of four sorority sisters at Mass. Bay University. ~ Treatment: Art therapy (results troubling).
1522ParsonsTerminaSubmenuPatientRecordsName: Smith, Robert "Bobby" Birthdate: November 23, 2064 Date of admittance: August 10, 2074 Length of treatment: 8 Years Location: Isolation Ward, Room 01 Condition: SPECIAL Assigned To: Superintendent Cabot NOTES: ~ Patient remanded into the the custody of Superintendent Cabot by the Massachusetts Department of Juvenile Services. ~ Patient's family is local, refuses to visit. ~ Happily admits to his crime (multiple homicide/stabbing). ~ Treatment: Music therapy - Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor only piece known to stop his laughter, which is nearly constant.
1523ParsonsTerminaSubmenuPatientRecordsName: Fanno, Cherise Birthdate: February 5, 2032 Date of admittance: March 8, 2076 Length of treatment: 2 Years Location: Isolation Ward, Room 06 Condition: SPECIAL Assigned To: Superintendent Cabot NOTES: ~ Patient allowed to wear own clothing (black leather) so long as she continues to exhibit good behavior ~ Patient exhibits symptoms of the oft-misunderstood disorder paraphilia ~ Conjugal visits by approved male associates; discussion of said visits with Superintendent Cabot integral to ongoing therapy ~ Treatment: Contemplative psychotherapy, shock therapy
1524ParsonsTerminaSubmenuPatientRecordsName: "Nightwar" (real name unknown) Birthdate: Unknown Date of admittance: June 4, 2074 Length of treatment: TBD Location: Isolation Ward, Room 04 Condition: SPECIAL Assigned To: Superintendent Cabot NOTES: ~ Patient refuses to share real name, claims it's "secret identity" ~ Patient believes he is a superhero ~ Possesses exaggerated sense of justice ~ Isolation from some patients essential to avoid altercations ~ Treatment: Reality therapy, extended counseling
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1536perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Loading assigned subroutines...
1537perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Broadcasting shut-down signal...
1538perkRoboticsExpertInterface!! Stand Back !! Self-Destruct sequence cannot be reversed. !! Stand Back !!
1539perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Injection 100% ...Query Sent ...Manual Directive Mode
1540perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Injection 100% ...Query Sent [WARNING!] ...Combat Inhibition: 0%
1541POIDL018_TerminalUploading command subroutines............................................................................................................................ !!SYSTEM ERROR!! Breach detected in propellent injection system. Catastrophic failure likely, please clear the area!
1542QATestTerminalRemember, use of the recreational terminal is a privilege. If work performance declines, this privilege may be revoked. Enjoy responsibly.
1543RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal01Took some wrangling with the head office, but we finally got all the tools we need to machine our own parts. No more having to pay for Corvega factory parts the next time they change the spec on a damn fastener. Just take one we got and trim the excess down until it fits.
1544RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal01That Rosa widow in Sanctuary Hills is restoring an old classic Corvega with her son. Nice woman. Pretty. Kid seems like kind of a brat, but I guess that's the point of her doing this project with him. Anyway, she's been doing a hell of a job. I was amazed at how much her and the kid have been able to do on their own. The only reason she even came to me is because the engine is out of her depth. I'm sure we can help her out.
1545RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal01Jim- Take care of these barrels before you leave tonight - inspectors are coming first thing in the morning. Just hide them with the others. We'll figure out a longer-term solution later. Hey, if nature's going to favor us with a cave right below the shop, who am I to argue?
1546RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal02Replaced the brakes in 2075 Fusion Flea Supreme.
1547RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal02Monthly service on the Vault-Tec van. No major issues with the vehicle, but that rep is an uppity asshole.
1548RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal02Began work on a late-model motorcycle. Pre-atomic. What seemed to be simply a sticky throttle turned out to be more serious issue with the cables. They're almost all completely degraded. Will replace with platinum parts.
1549RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal02Coolant leak in one of those new 2077 Corvega coupes. Bubble-top. They don't make them like they used to.
1550RedRocketTerminalSubTerminal02Replaced the atomic alternator in a 2073 Corvega.
1551RelayTowerTerminalExtending satellites and acquiring signals... Please stand back.
1552RelayTowerTerminalRetracting satellites... Please stand back.
1553RelayTowerTerminalSatellites are currently extending...
1554RelayTowerTerminalSatellites are currently retracting...
1555RR102DEFCONTerminal281632RJAN77 ANCHORAGE ALL CLEAR **DEFCON 3** 230003ROCT77 COMPACFLT REPORTS 3 USOS OFF CALIF COAST, JCS ADVISE 230337ROCT77 USAF HAS EYES ON SQUADRON OF AIRPLANES (POSS. CHINESE) AT HIGH ALTITUTDE OFF BERING STRAIGHT 230913ROCT77 IONDS REPORTS 4 PROBABLE LAUNCHES **DEFCON 2** 230917ROCT77 NORAD CONFIRMS BIRDS IN AIR **DEFCON 1** 230926ROCT77 AUTHENTICATED ORDER -- RESPONSE SCENARIO MX-CN91 -- REPEAT MX-CN91 230942ROCT77 PENNSYLVANIA, NEW YORK -- CONFIRM STRIKE 230947ROCT77 OFFLINE - OFFLINE - OFFLINE
1556RR102DEFCONTerminalDATABASE CORRUPT
1557RR102ElevatorTerminalDiverting Power to Elevator... Complete
1558RR102PAMTerminalEXECUTIVE SUMMARY The P.A.M. Initiative is already bearing fruit. Foreign operatives report that the corrective measures employed in the Taiwan Straight region have already greatly stabilized matters after the Pascale Incident. The first few iterations of PAM's core code have increased the effectiveness of the program dramatically, but without drastic action we're approaching a point of diminishing returns. The team asks for double the funding for the upcoming fiscal year. With additional cutting edge databanks we can boost the processing power of PAM three-fold. Additionally, the P.A.M. Initiative needs to be fully tapped into all military and civilian agency intelligence apparatus. The combination of these two spends should give us a decided edge against the Chinese.
1559RR102PAMTerminalSubTerminalOFFICIAL RECORD "P.A.M., run the 'USSR China Attack' scenario." > Processing... > Query. What goal does entity Chairman seek in this hypothetical set of facts? "Conquest. Run program." > Your answer does not logically follow. An ideal nuclear first strike scenario would still leave 59% of the American nuclear stockpile free for retaliation. Posit. You cannot conquer what is destroyed. "P.A.M., Chairman Cheng isn't always logical. He won't always make logical decisions. We've been over this." > Warning. Human variability results in a highly flawed statistical model. "P.A.M. Run the program." > Warning. Warning. "Dammit. We've lost her. Power her down. Did we get crash logs on that?"
1560RR102PAMTerminalSubTerminalOFFICIAL RECORD "Could you repeat for the general what you just told me?" > Posit. Chinese stealth technology far outstrips our own capabilities. Posit. The Chinese intelligence apparatus is sufficient to conceal large scale research operations from American operatives. Conclusion. The Chinese have a 91% chance of having conducted large scale experimentation with Stealth Tech. "Large scale? What do you mean? What are their capabilities?" > American projects involving this technology (refer to "Stealth Boy") have merely reverse engineered captured Hei Gui suits. The underlying science of this technology is unknown. So the theoretical limits are also unknown. However the so-called "Ghost Fleet" that station A-31 and B-19 reported in November may indicate that testing has already commenced with submersible vessels. "Dear God. You think they have stealth subs?" > A second order approximation is inconclusive. Explanation. The logic chain of these assumptions have too much variability. Further data is required. "So you can't even give me a guess?" > Machine/human interface aborted. "Sorry, sir. We're working on some of her glitches. P.A.M... well, she gets real stubborn when she's doing too much guesswork." "Stubborn? She's a machine." "Sir. With each new version, well, she's getting quirky." "There's no way I'm taking this stealth sub nonsense to the Joint Chiefs unless I have proof. It's goddamned ludicrous to think the Chinese have been working on something this big and we've heard nothing." > Virtually no actionable intelligence has come out of the Shaanxi Province for 3.1 years. However, the province reports a spike in the imports of complex polymers and other key synthetic compounds. The quantity in question is consistent with stealth technology research on the macro scale. "Until you can give me something concrete, I don't want to hear another goddamned word about this."
1561RR102PAMTerminalSubTerminalOFFICIAL RECORD "There it is... Go ahead, unplug the cables." "She's clear." "What's the data integrity at?" "We can't tell until we boot her up." "Initiating machine/human interface." "Jesus. She's working. The numbers are looking good." "Commencing analysis of this geographical point in space." "She's actually in there. I can't believe we're doing this." "After what she pulled off in July... I hear she may be sent over to the White House." "Assessment complete. Greetings, Doctor Mae and Doctor Ramarijan." "The interface is really coming along." "When she runs it. Have you seen how many cycles Malcolm is using for it?" "P.A.M., perform primary function." "DEFCON is currently at 3. The odds of the alert state increasing this month are 12%. In order to increase global stability a diverse set of detailed strategies must be adopted." "I'll let the general know that P.A.M.'s mobile."
1562RR102SigIntTerminalTO: SigInt/CC FROM: Deborah A. Finch, Lt Col SUBJECT: Slocum's Joe #38, Weekly Update Cover briefing time, boys and girls. Numbers are in for September. #38 had a busy month. Traffic was up 18% despite reducing cleaning in half. We're a go for the General's "Operation Rotten Egg." So hold your breath getting to the elevator. If anyone mentions BuzzBites play dumb. Raspberry and cream filled were the hot items of the week. The mayor dropped by to press some flesh on Thursday. If friends/family ask, you were downstairs in the shipping department and missed it. Saturday had a freak thunderstorm that blew out one of the transformers. Whole block was without power for 4 hours (from 0900 to 1300). Those on shift have been briefed, but what everyone would know is shipping was locked inside for the duration. Had a donut party. Remember: Deflect, deflect, deflect. The fewer details you give, the less likely you are to be tripped up. CONFIDENTIAL - DO NOT DISSEMINATE - CONFIDENTIAL
1563RR102SigIntTerminalTO: Michael F. Gelesky, Cpl FROM: Dr. Ramarijan SUBJECT: Hindu Kush: TPN Intercept We need everything you can get from unknown broadcast TPN-03. HumINT, SigINT, anything. I cannot stress the importance enough. Daily updates. The second you have anything actionable run it over to Databank.
1564RR102SigIntTerminalTO: Michael F. Gelesky, Cpl FROM: Jay T. Faraday, Cpl SUBJECT: Halloween Bash After our shift, we're hitting Antoine's for a genuine Halloween party. Costumes and everything. Civvies will be in attendance. Including someone Kate says you'll like. Guaranteed not to be a honeypot. You need to get out! This is a tough assignment for all of us, so don't let those Data losers get you down.
1565RR201SRBTerminal------------------ UNIT STATUS REPORT ------------------ Unit: Z1-14 DoM: 030419I FEB 42 Assignment: Infrastructure & Repair Risk Index: Red 3 Current task: N/A Special note: SYNTH MISSING, PRESUMED ESCAPED. Recovery pending courser availability. Bring any info on unit's whereabouts/status to Alana Secord.
1566RRHQPAMTerminalAccess restricted to entity designated Railroad-Alpha. End token: I'm sorry, have a nice day!
1567RRHQPAMTerminalAccess restricted to entity designated Railroad-Alpha. End token: I'm sorry, have a nice day!
1568RRHQPAMTerminalInstitute Report - 01 Though it wasn't a certainty, thankfully the Signal Interceptor worked. When I materialized I found myself in an empty room. ...Z1-14 can get the thirteen synths in place, but in order for them to make it to the teleporter PATRIOT needs the username and password for v1 of CIT's Code Defender. End of report. #Preliminary analysis of new data commencing... #Analysis complete. #Booting H/M interace. "Please consult with P.A.M. immediately, agent. Thank you!"
1569RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaAfter we lost Trinity, Pinky Thompson stepped down. It took some persuasion. We held a vote on who should run the Railroad. It came down to me and Carrington. Might be a problem there. The doctor, Deacon, and I have been analyzing the many, many mistakes of Pinky. Our "batting average" is roughly 50/50. Only a few synths a year make it out. It's hard to keep motivated when failure is so epidemic. We're going to hit the fundamentals: operational security. Look outs, counter-intelligence, and compartmentalization. We need to reduce the response time to find a new synth runner.
1570RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemona2 escapees. 1 loss. 2 reclaimed before interception. Added a new member to core HQ. Thomas Weatherby. An Institute grenade did a number on his family farm. He's rattled but very, very smart. Hoping he can arm us with something better than pipe pistols. Organization grown. Devised rail signs and improvements to dead drops. No Coursers spotted all year. Merry Christmas.
1571RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaOne of our rescues, G7-81, took a strange turn. Most synths are traumatized and go through the procedure with Doc A. G7 opted out. Begged to join. Did some crazy stunts with High Rise at Ticon. Called her into the HQ. Promoted "Glory" to heavy. She's well suited for the role (perhaps too much so). Been working with Tom. Brilliant, but he's getting increasingly eccentric. Carrington says the stress is causing severe psychological problems. But he's too damned essential. God help me, I'm keeping him on. 2 escapes. No losses. 1 reclaimed. Quiet year. Less chrome domes in the field than the last two years. No idea why.
1572RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaWhere to begin? Year started like shit. Coursers came out of nowhere. They found the Farm, lookouts only gave us 30 seconds of warning. Torched what we could, casualties light. Relocated to the Beast. Then one of the B team scouts, Tommy Whispers, made the find of the century. An old DIA facility, "Switchboard." Called him up to HQ (overdue), Glory's taken him under his wing (God help him). Tom relocated to the Switchboard or Facility X as he calls it. Then he sent an urgent message. My first meeting with P.A.M... Can't describe. She made some predictions, frighteningly accurate. Asked for data. Started feeding it to her. Very reluctant to help the cause. But after a long talk with Glory she's on board. No one knows what Glory said to PAM. Deacon jokes that PAM has a crush on Glory. Certainly PAM acts different when she's around. But there's nothing emotional about PAM. With PAM's prediction managed to anticipate a run-away. Year ended badly. We had a synth infiltrator at Mercer. Deacon caught her before P.A.M. But damage done. Blew the Beast and moved to Bolthole. Only an hour to spare before the Coursers came. 2 escapees, 1 loss, 0 reclaims.
1573RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaPromoted Tommy to be our second heavy. Tom made him a custom pistol, the kid's frightening with it. P.A.M. has us running strange ops for data. She's not always right, but right enough to be a trap. Too tempting to rely on her predictions. One day Deacon recommended moth-balling her. Took an hour to talk him down. 2 escapees. Not many runners this year.
1574RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaOne word: PATRIOT. Our second package of the year was different from the start. Didn't behave lost. Ran in a straight line to Diamond City. Old Man Stockton caught her before she caused too many waves. She wasn't supposed to be on the work detail and had a care package: a map, instructions, and a coded holotape. Tom's been useless all year trying to decode the damned thing. Third package went straight to Diamond City again. Set up Old Man Stockton as the gatekeeper. Then a fourth came in after a week. All with care packages. All with more codes. Someone on the inside is helping us. Code-name PATRIOT. All told 5 escapees this year.
1575RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaAn incredible year. Everything's coming together. Tom broke PATRIOT's code, said it was designed to be broken (whatever that means). Just two words, "Mass Fusion." Sent some recon there and found nothing. Found out later why. PAM's been trying to find the location of the Institute in earnest. Failing. Deacon's convinced the solution lies in the past, not future. Deacon already knows the big secret - we know nothing about the Railroad before Wyatt was in charge (or is Deacon Johnny D???). Deacon's been digging into Institute sightings from years, even decades before. Or at least, that's what he says. Getting really tired of all his lies. Coursers caught Package 7. Almost nailed Old Man Stockton, too. One of our scouts found Package 8 heading to Mass Fusion. The coded message he carried was another location, Prospect Hill. 8 escapees this year, 1 loss, 1 reclaimed.
1576RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaBusy. We're in Switchboard now. Bolthole went down on fire. Coursers getting very active. But, by God, we're rescuing synths. 9-2-1. Both of those 2 were from goddamned lynch mobs.
1577RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaA dry year. Coursers, work crews, and synths vanished for three months. No idea why. Worked on fortifying Switchboard. Deacon was barely here all year. Chasing ghosts. 4-1-0.
1578RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalDesdemonaPAM's errored out on trying to find the Institute. Took a good month to get her to run without crashing. Her being down hurt the numbers. We now have 12 safehouses and I don't even know how many people. Carrington worries we're getting too big. But in order to move all the synths PATRIOT's sending us we need places to hide them. Deacon working on secret project. Code-name Wanderer. Deacon has a wild theory and an even wilder plan (Tea Party). I agree there's something strange there, but I'm withholding judgment. 9-1-1.
1579RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalPinkyI just found Wyatt's journal. For whoever runs this outfit in the future, I figure you should know how we messed up. We were running the Workgroup Five out of the CW when Coursers found our HQ. Total shitstorm. Deacon (that's what he's calling himself now) had an escape route planned, and most of the survivors owe him their life. Wyatt didn't make it past the first hail of bullets. Something everyone should know: if one safehouse goes down assume that all Hell's coming for your ass, because it probably is. Always, always, ALWAYS assume the Institute has resources beyond what we can imagine. From now on only the heavies leave HQ. And we got to move our packages fast. This slow crap hurts more than it helps.
1580RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalPinkyDamn it. We got two synths, or packages as we're calling them now, out of the CW. Running the 3rd and a Raider gang caught them. Total blood bath. P.K. almost lost his package near Danvers, too. I kicked Deacon out of HQ, got sick of the lying, face-changing son of a bitch. That month he spent as a Ghoul freaked a lot of people out. Going to keep running hard.
1581RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalPinkyLesson: move all packages outside the Commonwealth. Lamda 8 homesteaded off Parsons. She got married to a farmer. Coursers found her and it got bloody. Lost Lamda 8. Her wife almost bit the bucket, too. Courser spotted heading south (with company). Watts volunteered to track them.
1582RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalPinkyDesdemona is a real pain in the ass. Keeps harping on every little damned thing. Worse than Deacon and Carrington combined. We lost a safehouse and went to ground. SOP. Desdemona says I'm being sloppy. I'm getting sick and tired of leading these misfits.
1583RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalWyattGathered surviving runners, held an election. I lost, or won, depending on how you look at it. After the HQ massacre, most people simply left the Railroad. Only one person survived HQ, a runner named John D. He called out for volunteers to get some of the old files. No one stepped forward. My job is to rebuild the Railroad from scratch. I think where Agamemnon went wrong, is that HQ was known by too many people. I'm theorizing here, but once the Institute hit a safehouse and leaned on anyone the HQ would be easy to find. But how could Agamemnon know just how deadly those damned Coursers are? Current count: 13. 0 synths. How the hell do we rebuild from here?
1584RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalWyattGot our first synth out of the Commonwealth last month. Threw one Hell of a party. What people don't know is another runaway was recaptured by the Coursers before we even got to them. John D has been finding tourists at a pretty good clip. But he keeps their identities to himself. Operational security he calls it. It makes me grind my teeth, but he's probably right. I think our whole organization needs to be more like a pyramid. A broad base of tourists that help out, mainly with information. Then the runners and safehouse owners in the middle. Then agents. Then HQ on top of that.
1585RRHQPAMTerminalSubTerminalWyattA whole work crew of synths escaped together. Five synths at once. We're scrambling to keep them hidden. Coursers have been spotted looking for them. They found one of our safehouses, but no one there knew where our HQ is. John developed a dead drop system we've been using. Some vocal elements (Toby) say we should shut down. But that's a year and half worth of synths.
1586RRHQTiconderogaTerminalThe Gentleman: Maintaining loose surveillance. Nothing new. Big Cheese: Being very careful. Interactions with Red are suspicious. Strange hours being kept. Definitely abnormal behavior. Separate report will be filed. Snowbird: Bread crumbs in place. Need Snowbird's code name from HQ. Would make it easier to track movements. I got a theory. Tangerine: Want to call it quits here. Relapse of chem addiction. All abnormalities explained. Almost certainly not an infiltrator. Jukebox: Well-positioned. Plays it close to the vest. Confirmed 2 Switchboard agents were there before lights out. May be dangerous to dig deeper. Suggest we avoid. Camper: Going to back up D. Camper's daughter is gone. All the signs point to an enemy job. Spoiling for revenge. Possible suicide risk, need to move fast. We need new agents.
1587RRHQTiconderogaTerminalHQ, Don't get me wrong, G gets results. But this close to origin we don't always need things shot to pieces. D's too busy and besides with all the nearby activity I need a real heavy. What about TW? Someone new? That last job attracted half of Cambridge to our location. Advise. - HR
1588SancHawthorneSubTerminal1Totally high-strung and needs to relax. I keep telling him that, offering to help, but so far, no dice. By the looks of the guy, he's self-medicating with pie.
1589SancHawthorneSubTerminal1My favorite tin foil hat wearing nut job. Good for 7 ampules of Daytripper a week. Guess he's a one-a-day kind of guy. Whatever helps the man groove.
1590SancHawthorneSubTerminal1Still trying to get her some Buffout. Didn't expect the rationing to affect this, but it is what it is.
1591SancHawthorneSubTerminal1He wants something called Psycho. I'm not sure the stuff even exists. And if it does, do I really want this neanderthal using it? Guess it depends on how much he's willing to spend. I'll put some feelers out to my Army connection, see where that goes.
1592SancHawthorneSubTerminal1They still owe me for that last X-Cell delivery. Occurred to me - was it even for them? Because, so help me God, if I find out they're juicing up those dogs, we're going to have words about more than the money. But we're probably beyond words anyway. I know they have a floor safe in there - I've seen it. Master bedroom, under the dresser. Can't be that tough to crack.
1593SancHawthorneSubTerminal2Still good for a couple hits of Daddy-O a week. Pretentious pseudo-intellectual asshole, but his money's good.
1594SancHawthorneSubTerminal2Wants Med-X. As much as I can get. Hasn't told me why, not really my business. Guessing there's some sort of long-term pain management going on. Disease?
1595SancHawthorneSubTerminal2Kids are usually a no-go, but this girl's got style, and she's not interested in getting tweaked. Ordered 20 blood packs. Some Halloween stunt or something. Or hell, maybe she's really a vampire. What do I care - she's got her daddy's money.
1596SancHawthorneSubTerminal3Some student at C.I.T. - Wants Daytripper, X-Cell and an entire palette (yes, palette) of Mentats. Not sure if he's doing crazy experiments, dealing to the other eggheads, or on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Don't care, so long as the money's good.
1597SancHawthorneSubTerminal3Young married couple, good for a couple Daytripper per week. Easy order, cool people, no brainer.
1598SancHawthorneSubTerminal3Cop. Longtime Buffout customer. Running into supply problems. We've had a good thing for years, I'd hate to end it now. And I don't exactly want to risk him getting all noble and law-abiding if he can't get what he wants. That would end VERY badly for me.
1599SancHawthorneSubTerminal3The old lady has upped her Daddy-O order. Weird, but profitable.
1600SancHawthorneSubTerminal4Potential new customer in Charlestown. Wants Med-X. Seems oddly desperate. Might be a cop trying too hard - need to move slowly.
1601SancHawthorneSubTerminal4Underwear model from Braintree. Beautiful, intelligent, totally weird. All she's ever wanted is Stimpaks. 10+ per week. My imagination continues to run wild.
1602SancPlayerCharacterDadSubTerminal1War. War is hell. Back when my great-great grandfather was in the Army, the U.S. ended World War II by dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We've come so far since then, haven't we? Technology has given us domestic robots, fusion-powered cars, portable computers. But we're fooling ourselves. Today, in 2077, we're on the brink of total war. What good are high-tech toys now? They can help us escape, but we can't escape the violence in our hearts. War is hell. And if we don't change our ways... we're all going to burn. (Note: Too weak, too bleak. Focus on family and future.)
1603SancPlayerCharacterDadSubTerminal28:00 pm - Speech at the Veterans Hall You'd think someone who's been shot at on a battlefield could handle a bunch of grizzled vets, but I'm nervous as Hell. Picturing them in their underwear is not an option. (Side note: game 4 of the World Series is being played in the city this afternoon, and Boston's primed to win for the first time in forever. I would KILL for tickets.)
1604SancPlayerCharacterDadSubTerminal27:00 pm - Drinks with Fox Company Go 108th! (Probability of us getting drunk and singing "The Snows of Anchorage" 5 times - 110%)
1605SancPlayerCharacterDadSubTerminal28:00 pm - Date Night! Concord's getting a little tired. Thinking we'll head into Boston. Italian?
1606SancPlayerCharacterDadSubTerminal2ALL DAY - Halloween! We're still torn on Shaun's costume, but I think we've got it narrowed down to two. I say cop, but my better half thinks a tiny devil would be adorable. (She's got a point.) Figure we'll take him trick or treating around 6:00, before it gets too dark. And that'll get me home in time to stop that Rosa kid from TP'ing the house.
1607SancPlayerCharacterMomSubTerminal2Got to pick a good moment to present it. Special time? After he gets the job? After his speech? BEFORE his speech? Just when we're out having fun as a family? Super dad deserves super appreciation!
1608SancPlayerCharacterMomSubTerminal2The new infant care subroutines are pretty amazing, and I trust Codsworth with Shaun implicity. So why can't he draw my bath water at anything over 70 degrees? I swear he's doing it on purpose, trying to be funny, but it's getting old. Time to take him in and have some junk rewired (or whatever it is they do).
1609SancPlayerCharacterMomSubTerminal2- Red felt - Red ribbon - Little red booties - Use eyebrow pencil to draw on a little mustache? - Check Hubris and see if they have a little plastic pitchfork
1610SancPlayerCharacterMomSubTerminal3Gina shouldn't have even had me review this one. It's a pretty clear non-starter. Two professional fighters go at it in the ring, one of them loses - badly - and claims the winner cheated. Doesn't say how, and nothing backs up his claim. Seems like a pretty clear case of soreloseritis. Boo hoo. Pass.
1611SancPlayerCharacterMomSubTerminal3I just can't see how the Commonwealth even has a case here. Corsino Silva, 23 year-old Roxbury resident of Cape Verdean descent, charged with the armed robbery of a Slocum's Joe coffee shop. But there's simply no hard evidence. Just the word of Cozelli, and even her description of the suspect barely matches Cruz. I think this is the one - the case that gets me back in the game. We've got plenty saved, so I can take it pro bono. Corsino Cruz is just some poor fool who's being set up as the bad guy because the state needs him to be. The Hell with that. He's innocent, and I'm going to prove it. Time to show Shaun how tough his mommy really is.
1612SancRosaHouseTerminalKind of crazy to think of how far Louis and I have come these past four months. And I'm not just talking about the car. I hate getting all poetic, but rebuilding this Corvega really has helped rebuild our relationship. He still misses his dad - God knows we both do - but he's learning that his madre ain't so bad. As for the Corvega: Most of the body work is done, generally speaking. Might not be pretty (yet!) but it's there. Interior needs new upholstery. Louis insist on leather - we'll see. As for the engine. Ugh. Estoy Perdido. I'm trying, but there's only so much I can learn from books without any real training. I'm goig to have to bite the bullet and talk to the folks at Red Rocket.
1613SancRosaHouseTerminal- Exhaust manifold - A completely rebuilt engine! Ay Dios Mio. - Chryslus exhaust system - 2073 or later - Coolant tank - Seat belts - Louis wants a roll cage. I don't know how fast he wants to go, but I promise him we'll at least achieve the baseline 0-60 in .5 seconds.
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1616SouthBoston35TerminalForemanLogsRoger really came through for me. This work site is right by the old neighborhood and the Union had a placement program for vets that helped me get the foreman gig without too much fuss. I've got to buy the old bird a beer next I see him.
1617SouthBoston35TerminalForemanLogsIf my time overseas taught me one thing, it's that war changes people. When I first laced my boots in Georgia I thought enlisting the Army was just a way to blow shit up in the name of God and Uncle Sam. I was a self-centered kid who wanted to play with guns. Now I understand what service really means, and what looking out for this bunch of teamsters means, too. It may not be the same as guard duty for a camp of 800 soldiers, but it's something.
1618SouthBoston35TerminalForemanLogsStrange call from Lavonne. Haven't seen her since the briefing room in Portland, and now she calls me up about her nephew's baseball team? She must have been speaking in code, and I don't like what I think she meant. Sending the team home to be with their families. I'll just say it's a Union thing.
1619SouthBoston35TerminalForemanLogsI was sleeping in my chair when it happened. They must have missed the city with the big one - Framingham's gone from what little I heard on the radio before it went quiet. Things aren't too good here, either. At least I've got my little castle here to hole up in. I'd probably have been vaporized if I had been doing my regular thing when it came. Thanks, Lavonne...
1620SubwaySuesTerminalNext time I see Griswold, shoot him three times.
1621TemplateWallTerminal01Please insert holotape...
1622TheaterPOI_SubTerminalWe had a really strange day today. We were supposed to go shop for Halloween costumes. But this morning we looked out the windows and saw people smashing the arch outside. There were lots of police there, but nobody made them stop. Later, a bus showed up and lots of our neighbors started getting on. I saw some of the police come into our building, and Mama took us up to the roof to play. I thought that would be fun, but we had to be real quiet and stay outside for a long, long time. Mama wouldn't let us go back inside until it was really cold and dark outside. She cried when Papa finally came hom. Grownups are weird.
1623TheaterPOI_SubTerminalI don't see why we have to live at Uncle Marshall's house, but Mama says this is our home now. I liked our old apartment in Pearwood! We don't even have our own rooms here. Everyone has to spend all day in the back room, and it's smelly. Everyone is being weird here, too. I asked when Auntie Song is going to get home but Uncle wouldn't answer, and Mama started crying. Mikey even pushed me down and tried to kick me before Papa pulled him off and sent him to sit in the corner. Papa told me later that Auntie was going away to a camp for a while. That sounds fun to me, and I had a bunch of questions about it. Papa just told me it's not for kids, and I shouldn't bring it up anymore.
1624TheaterPOI_SubTerminalPapa says I'm not allowed to play downstairs with Jason any more. I want to scream. We were playing this holotape his big brother traded for at school. He said we should learn something from it. But when Papa saw me playing it he took it out and made Jason go home. He was really mad, and made me go to my room. I can hear him on the phone with Uncle, arguing about the Red Menace game. I didn't do anything! It's not fair!!
1625TheaterPOI_SubTerminalI hate it here. I just want to die. The World Series started, and Boston is playing! But I can't even go upstairs to watch! Mama says there are bad people in the neighborhood today, and we shouldn't disturb them if they visit Uncle Marshall. So we're stuck in the room all day. AGAIN. The TV upstairs is full blast, but I still can't hear what's going on. I tried to call Jason so he could tell me the score, but Mama got really mad when she saw me with the phone. She said it's silly to be worried about a stupid game! It's BASEBALL, how can she not get it!? UGH, just kill me now.
1626TheaterPOI_SubTerminalEverything's gone crazy. Those loud sirens came on and woke me up. They didn't turn off this time, and Uncle Marshall came running downstairs. Then we heard a HUGE BOOM! The grownups were arguing about whether we should leave. Mama is staying here with me and Mikey. I wanted to go with Papa, but he said I have to take care of Mama and Mikey. Papa put on a big coat and a scarf and a hat - he looked silly! He took all the money from the jar and said we had to stay put while he and Uncle Marshall went to try to buy food and water.
1627TheaterPOI_SubTerminalThere were people up in the house yesterday who came in while were were sleeping. Someone they brought with them was crying. I think there was a fight. They broke a bunch of stuff and said a lot of cuss words. Papa and Uncle said we are going to wait till they go to sleep then try to make a run for it.
1628vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Not applicable.
1629vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1630vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1631vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1632vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1633vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Unknown -- Pod Door Manual Override Engaged.
1634vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Unknown -- Pod Door Manual Override Engaged.
1635vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Unknown -- Remote Override Engaged.
1636vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal01Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1637vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal02Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1638vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal02Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1639vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal02Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1640vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal02Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1641vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal02Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1642vault111CryoRoomSubTerminal02Occupant Status: Deceased. Cause of Death: Asphyxiation due to Life Support failure.
1643vault111CryoRoomTerminalCryogenic Array: Offline. Premature termination resulting in system failure. Isolated manual and remote overrides detected. Controls disabled.
1644vault111CryoRoomTerminalLife Support: Offline. Premature termination resulting in system failure. Isolated manual and remote overrides detected. Controls disabled.
1645vault111CryoRoomTerminal02Cryogenic Array: Offline. Premature termination resulting in system failure. Isolated manual and remote overrides detected. Controls disabled.
1646vault111CryoRoomTerminal02Life Support: Offline. Premature termination resulting in system failure. Isolated manual and remote overrides detected. Controls disabled.
1647Vault111OverseersTerminalCONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL OVERSEER EYES ONLY | VIOLATION VTP-01011 Vault 111 is designed to test the long-term effects of suspended animation on unaware, human subjects. Your staff will be on short-term assignment to monitor basic cardiopulmonary and cognitive functions. Long-term monitoring will be handled remotely by Vault-Tec technicians. Under no circumstance is suspension to be disrupted. This includes the administration of life-saving measures. Your staff is also considered expendable. Insubordination or attempts to evacuate prematurely are capital violations. Unused cryogenic pods are the preferred method for cadaver disposal.
1648Vault111OverseersTerminalI've long dreamed of making cryogenic freezing available in a portable, on-demand form. The Cryolator is my latest attempt. Thankfully we're in no short supply of the chemicals and components I need to tinker with the prototype. It's a nice way to occupy the time as we wait for the All-Clear Signal.
1649Vault111OverseersTerminalThe personnel evacuation tunnel is now open. Remind all staff to be orderly and follow shutdown protocols before exiting and re-sealing Vault 111. Please maintain all staff records and research. Report to your local Vault-Tec superiors for debriefing and further instruction.
1650Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsUpon Activation Notice from Vault-Tec, all personnel are required to report to the Entry Area and assist with admittance of Vault Residents. Security Personnel will maintain order and ensure that no personnel or residents attempt to evacuate the Vault. Research staff will be responsible for resident intake and escort each to the designated cryogenic pod. Residents not accounted for in the manifest should be asked to step aside and detained forcefully by security if necessary. Once all residents have been sealed into their preservation chambers dispose of any detainees. Vault entryway must remain sealed under any circumstances.
1651Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsAllClearFollowing a nuclear event, Vault-Tec will monitor hazards such as radiation levels, enemy invasion, subsequent attacks, and other factors. Once conditions are deemed safe, this terminal will receive an all-clear notice. Upon receiving the all-clear notice, Vault-Tec personnel may be evacuated at Overseer discretion. Disregard any notices from organizations or individuals not associated with Vault-Tec, including government and military. Residents are not to be disrupted or evacuated. Vault-Tec will attend to their needs remotely once Vault 111 staff has been evacuated.
1652Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsAllClearVault 111 is classified as a short-term assignment. Non-resident personnel are expected to carry out research duties and basic maintenance of the Vault while awaiting the All-Clear signal to evacuate. In the absence of an All-Clear message from Vault-Tec, the Overseer may elect to evacuate staff after a mandatory shelter period of 180 days of containment. Under no cirumstance may Vault 111 staff evacuate during this shelter period, unless receiving the All-Clear message from Vault-Tec.
1653Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsSecurityUpon receiving Activation Notice from Vault-Tec, all Vault 111 Personnel are required to report to the Entry Area and assist with the admittance of Vault Residents. Security Personnel will be responsible for maintaining order and ensuring that no personnel or residents attempt to evacuate the Vault once they have entered. Research staff will be responsible for checking residents in and escorting each to their designated preservation chamber. Should staff encounter any residents not accounted for in the manifest, they should be asked to step aside and detained forcefully by security if necessary. Once all residents have been sealed into their preservation chambers, the head of security will be responsible for disposing of any detainees. Please remember that the entry must remain sealed under any circumstances.
1654Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsSecurityVault 111 is classified as a short-term assignment. Non-resident personnel are expected to carry out research duties and basic maintenance of the Vault while awaiting the All-Clear signal to evacuate. - Science Faculty Members of the research team must daily monitor the vital signs of cryogenically preserved residents. Life-saving intervention is only permitted if greater than 50% of the resident population has perished while in cryogenic suspension, and must not interrupt suspension. Independent research is encouraged, and left to Overseer discretion. - Security Personnel Security patrols are to be carried out on a constant eight-hour rotation. Security priorities include monitoring for signs of intrusion, atmosphere leaks, settling disputes among personnel, and enforcement of regulations set forth by the Overseer and/or Vault-Tec. - Factility Services & Maintenence Due to the nature of Vault 111, personnel will be expected to perform duties outside of their normal qualifications, such as janitorial duties and food preparation. The exact distribution of these roles is left to Overseer's discretion.
1655Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsSecurityUpon activation and containment, personnel are under no circumstance permitted to evacuate the Vault until receiving an all-clear message from Vault-Tec superiors, or until the mandatory shelter period has passed. - All-Clear Message Following a nuclear event, Vault-Tec officials will monitor the surface for subsequent hazards such as radiation levels, enemy invasion, additional attacks, and other factors. Once conditions are deemed safe, this terminal will receive an all-clear notice. Upon receiving the all-clear notice, Vault-Tec personnel may be evacuated at Overseer discretion. Disregard any notices from organizations or individuals not associated with Vault-Tec, including government and military. Cryogenically preserved residents are not to be disrupted or evacuated. Vault-Tec officials will attend to their needs remotely once Vault 111 staff has been evacuated. - Mandatory Shelter Period In the absence of an All-Clear message from Vault-Tec, the Overseer may elect to evacuate staff after 180 days of containment.
1656Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsStaffDutiesMembers of the research team must daily monitor the vital signs of cryogenically preserved residents. Cardiopulmonary and cognitive activity in particular must be recorded hourly. Life-saving intervention is only permitted if greater than 80% of the resident population has perished while in cryogenic suspension, and must not interrupt suspension. Independent research is encouraged, and left to Overseer discretion.
1657Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsStaffDutiesSecurity patrols are to be carried out on a constant eight-hour rotation. Security priorities include: - Monitoring for signs of intrusion - Checking for atmosphere leaks - Settling disputes among personnel - Enforcement of regulations set forth by the Overseer - Enforcement of regulations set forth by Vault-Tec
1658Vault111OverseerTSubOperationsStaffDutiesDue to the nature of Vault 111, personnel will be expected to perform duties outside of their normal qualifications, such as janitorial duties and food preparation. The exact distribution of these roles is left to Overseer discretion.
1659Vault111OverseerTSubPrivateLogsThe final staff orientation is complete, all but a few of the residents down in Sanctuary Hills have been enrolled, and several from Concord as well. Vault-Tec supervisors came up this week to do a technical review with me. This Vault is ready to open. I can only imagine what wonders our residents will get to witness. The notion of leaping forward in time - I almost wish I could join them and see the promise of our future realized.
1660Vault111OverseerTSubPrivateLogsIt's happened. We were lucky that most of the staff was nearby when the early warning came through. We had less notice than expected, but only Nordhagen was missing when we sealed the entrance. Resident Admittance went smoothly. Everyone made it, even the family that waited until the last minute. I was worried there would be more suspicion, but things happened so fast for these people. They must have been too overwhelmed to question the cryogenic pods.
1661Vault111OverseerTSubPrivateLogsStrange issue today with pod C3. Subject appeared to be having heart palpatations. Nothing life-threatening, but unusual. We realized almost too late that the pod was malfunctioning. The cryogenic array almost started thawing her out. We're not sure, but I suspect a hiccup in Vault-Tec's remote override systems may have sent an errant signal. We'll have to keep an eye out. I only hope their systems are reliable once we evacuate the staff.
1662Vault111OverseerTSubPrivateLogsThere's been no All-Clear Signal yet, even though we're nearing the end of the 180 day Mandatory Shelter Period. Supplies were never intended to last much more than that, and despite my best efforts, people are beginning to question what we're doing down here. If people think we can just leave when the 180 days are up, they're insane. The radioactive exposure would still be potent enough to fry everyone if the Vault seals are breached that early. The whole point of the All-Clear was to receive additional instructions from the main office. I don't know what to do. I can't open the Vault. I can't expect our supplies to last forever. I just have to keep everything under control until the All-Clear...
1663Vault111OverseerTSubPrivateLogsA faction led by the security personnel have turned on me, demanding they be allowed to leave the Vault. Idiots. I will not open the door to be irradiated to death out there. I'm consolidating the remaining supplies, putting the staff on lockdown. We're going to have to start prioritizing who deserves what little food we have left. I've been too damn generous with the rations. If people don't like it, well, that's fewer mouths to feed...
1664Vault111RecTerminalDeskRemember, use of the recreational terminal is a privilege. If work performance declines, this privilege may be revoked. Enjoy responsibly.
1665Vault111RecTerminalDesk1. RIC 2. TIM 3. TGM 4. SAE 5. SQV 6. TNM 7. TCL 8. TDT 9. SDT 10. QQQ
1666Vault111SecTerminalDeskCONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL SECURITY EYES ONLY | VIOLATION VTP-01011 Vault 111 is designed to test the long-term effects of suspended animation on unaware, human subjects. Security staff are responsible for maintaining installation integrity and monitoring science staff activity. Under no circumstances are staff allowed to deviate from assigned duties. Insubordination or interference with vault operations are capital offenses. Security staff are authorized to use lethal force.
1667Vault111SecTermSubLogsGod. It finally happened. The world's over. Barely got all the residents inside. Not everyone made it... Now it's just us and the icebergs. I don't get it. Eggheads tried to explain to me that keeping them frozen is a big experiment. For a better future or something. I don't know. It just doesn't seem right that we were smiling at them all that time before putting them on ice. Shouldn't we have told them something?
1668Vault111SecTermSubLogsChristmas underground. Got together with the rest of the security boys and support staff and had a little party. Best gift that got handed out was a Fancy Lad Snack Cake that wasn't too stale. None of the scientists came. Overseer wasn't there either. I just don't get them. They hiding something from us? Another company secret only for the higher ups? Whatever. Just a few more months until the All-Clear is supposed to come through. Then we can start rebuilding.
1669Vault111SecTermSubLogsOnly a few weeks left in our mandatory shelter period. Everyone's getting stir crazy. Some people are even saying the All-Clear Signal is never coming. We can't stay here much longer, that's for sure. It's not just the fact that I've been staring at the same break room and bunk bed for over six months. It's the fact that we only have enough food left for another few months. Tops. The Overseer keeps telling everyone to be patient, focus on work. He's definitely keeping us out of the loop. Something bad is going on. I just know it.
1670Vault111SecTermSubLogsThe main door accessing the vault exit is malfunctioning. Now the only way out is through the Overseer's evacuation tunnel, how convenient for him. He has one of the science team watching the door into his office at all times from a little makeshift checkpoint. Got invited to a meeting tonight. Support staffers and security only. Sounds like I'm not the only one with an axe to grind.
1671Vault111SecTermSubLogsNo All-Clear from Vault-Tec is coming. We need to leave. We're all but out of food. I almost murdered Stanley for dropping a damn salt cracker on the floor. A handful of us confronted the Overseer about opening up the Vault. I never knew a man that small could shout that loud. Now he's locked himself in his office along with the rest of the science staff. We're supposed to hand over any food, weapons, and medicine we have by tonight, or there's "going to be consequences." I've talked to everyone. It's time. One way or another, we're getting out of this Vault.
1672Vault111SecTermSubOpAllClearFollowing a nuclear event, Vault-Tec will monitor hazards such as radiation levels, enemy invasion, subsequent attacks, and other factors. Once conditions are deemed safe, this terminal will receive an all-clear notice. Upon receiving the all-clear notice, Vault-Tec personnel may be evacuated at Overseer discretion. Disregard any notices from organizations or individuals not associated with Vault-Tec, including government and military. Residents are not to be disrupted or evacuated. Vault-Tec will attend to their needs remotely once Vault 111 staff has been evacuated.
1673Vault111SecTermSubOpAllClearVault 111 is classified as a short-term assignment. Non-resident personnel are expected to carry out research duties and basic maintenance of the Vault while awaiting the All-Clear signal to evacuate. In the absence of an All-Clear message from Vault-Tec, the Overseer may elect to evacuate staff after a mandatory shelter period of 180 days of containment. Under no cirumstance may Vault 111 staff evacuate during this shelter period, unless receiving the All-Clear message from Vault-Tec.
1674Vault111SecTermSubOperationsUpon Activation Notice from Vault-Tec, all personnel are required to report to the Entry Area and assist with admittance of Vault Residents. Security Personnel will maintain order and ensure that no personnel or residents attempt to evacuate the Vault. Research staff will be responsible for resident intake and escort each to the designated cryogenic pod. Residents not accounted for in the manifest should be asked to step aside and detained forcefully by security if necessary. Once all residents have been sealed into their preservation chambers dispose of any detainees. Vault entryway must remain sealed under any circumstances.
1675Vault111SecTermSubOpStaffDutiesMembers of the research team must daily monitor the vital signs of cryogenically preserved residents. Cardiopulmonary and cognitive activity in particular must be recorded hourly. Life-saving intervention is only permitted if greater than 80% of the resident population has perished while in cryogenic suspension, and must not interrupt suspension. Independent research is encouraged, and left to Overseer discretion.
1676Vault111SecTermSubOpStaffDutiesSecurity patrols are to be carried out on a constant eight-hour rotation. Security priorities include: - Monitoring for signs of intrusion - Checking for atmosphere leaks - Settling disputes among personnel - Enforcement of regulations set forth by the Overseer - Enforcement of regulations set forth by Vault-Tec
1677Vault111SecTermSubOpStaffDutiesDue to the nature of Vault 111, personnel will be expected to perform duties outside of their normal qualifications, such as janitorial duties and food preparation. The exact distribution of these roles is left to Overseer discretion.
1678Vault75AssistantSubTerminal1534 hrs: I was able to mess up the scheduling program. The system won't expect us to test anyone after lunch for a few days. If you're right about the Overseer having helpers, I don't think anyone's noticed. Anyway, this will give us some time to get things ready without prying eyes. You can leave me messages on this terminal, too, if you need. Should be pretty secure now. We can start smuggling ammo in here. Nobody should find out if we're pinching a bullet or two at a time from the range. Still need to figure out a good fuse, but it'll take us a while to get enough gunpowder smuggled in from the range before that matters.
1679Vault75AssistantSubTerminal1057hrs: What do you think we're up against, anyway? -R 1401hrs: Worst case? All the Superiors we've ever seen graduate. 1001hrs: That's not comforting. -R 1309hrs: I really doubt it, though. I'm almost positive they're just got geeks up there. Maybe even just robots. 1121hrs: Depending on the robots, I might take the uptop grads. -R 1509hrs: Haha, yeah. I'm not worried, though. There can't be as many of them as there are of us, and they're basically training us to be able to overpower them. We won't know until we know, I guess. 1044hrs: And I guess we're going to know real soon. -R
1680Vault75AssistantSubTerminal0918hrs: James, have you thought about what we should do with the little kids? -R 1319hrs: If we hit the door during nap they should be save. We should still make sure everyone pushes forward as much as possible. 0901hrs: I hope that'll work. We should probably have a few stay behind just to keep an eye on them. -R 1455hrs: Good idea. We can trust Alma, right? Why don't you talk to her during her testing appointment tomorrow? 0958hrs: She's in.
1681Vault75AssistantTerminal0900 - Mehren B. 0915 - Ellie B. 0930 - Nina K. 0945 - Samuel T. 1000 - Brendon C. 1015 - Ricardo S. 1030 - Alma L. 1045 - Mitu K. 1100 - Close for Maint. 1130 - Robert P. 1200 - Close for Lunch. Prep Lab for PM Assitant. 9999 - ERR ERR ERR
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1683Vault75ChiefScientistSubTerminalOverall harvest was exceptional this year. Lots of Superior ratings in the physical categories. Many of our vital organ initiatives are paying dividends. Pain thresholds have been a mostly-solved problem for years now, and we're finally getting past issues like cardiac arrest under heavy duress. The genetic material we're gaining this year should help the next generation meet goals we thought were still a decade or more off. Some concerns about aggression levels. We've had a few cases of psychological breakdowns due to stress over the years, but incidence was much higher in this group. Going to recommend we synthesize some new tranquilizers, just to stock up. Food supply remains best delivery method for general population, but should be concerned about future w/science staff, too.
1684Vault75ChiefScientistSubTerminalOnly needed one recruit to scientific staff this year, with Washington joining the genetics team to help me out up here. Subject's physical scores were very low, and he has consistently shown good problem-solving and critical thinking. Overseer has concerns about his attachment to some of the younger members of the population. I'm not too worried. His psychological profile shows that he's very suggestible. We'll keep him on the observation deck long enough for those he had personal relationship with to graduate out of the population. That gives us some time to acclimate him to the experimental protocols without conflict. We just need to keep him in the dark until then.
1685Vault75ChiefScientistSubTerminalWe had very low disposal overhead, thanks to the excellent harvest ratio this year. Just 74% of the overall graduating class. Incinerations will be done within the week. Good first task for Washington before we begin the real work.
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1687Vault75ChiefScientistTerminalChief Scientist - Welcome to Vault 75. As outlined in your confidential briefing packet, Vault 75 is part of a top-secret military program. You have been selected for your professional credentials, experience, and commitment to the improvement of the human genome. It is of the utmost importance that you follow the protocols herein. The mission of Vault 75, above all, is the refinement of human genetics. Your scientific staff will operate according to the research schedule set forth by Schlett, Braun and Lambe. You will be working with an Overseer with a background as a military officer. Your Overseer will be responsible for training and maintaining the subject population you will be working with. It is important that you and your Overseer maintain a healthy working relationship.
1688Vault75ChiefScientistTerminalVault 75 represents an unprecedented opportunity to test our hypothesis that the human genome can be improved at a rapid rate through the combination of selective breeding, hormonal treatments, genetic modification, and an accelerated generational cycle. The experimental objectives of Vault 75 are detailed in the handbooks which have been provided to you already. This experiment is intended to be carried out over multiple generations. As such, there may be unanticipated research opportunities that present themselves. Such diversions from provisional protocol are permitted at the discretion of the Chief Scientist. - V.Schlett, I.Lambe, S.Braun
1689Vault75ChiefScientistTerminalBecause Vault 75 represents a long-term experiment in a closed environment, it will become important to replenish staff periodically. This shall be done by selective recruitment of outgoing subjects. We anticipate a certain percentage of resident population to exhibit high intellect scores, but insufficient physical capabilities to be qualified for genomic harvesting. These subjects may be, at Overseer and Chief Scientist discretion, offered the opportunity to join staff. Those who refuse should be disposed of in the same manner as unqualified outgoing subjects. Please note that all internally-recruited staff should be kept strictly separate from general population for at least 15 years, to prevent members of the general population recognizing former residents among the staff. Only the most trusted and capable staff members should be admitted to the Genomics laboratory. It is the responsibility of the Chief Scientist to very carefully choose these staff members and ensure they are sufficiently trained for their roles.
1690Vault75ChiefScientistTerminalOutgoing subjects, aged 18 years, with aggregate scoring of SUPERIOR or EXCELLENT across key physical/mental/social traits must be escorted to the Genomics laboratory. Processing should be done on an individual basis, and with great care. Remember that successful subjects will likely be capable of overpowering staff. Reiterate to the subject that a brief round of vaccinations is necessary, and avoid arousing any suspicions otherwise. Each subject should have a file for processing which indicates which specific organic material needs to be preserved for future testing. Be sure that these directions are strictly adhered to and that specimens are stored quickly.
1691Vault75ClassroomTerminalThere was once a little girl named Sue and a little boy named Roy. Sue and Roy grew up in a very special place called Vault 75. They learned and trained and played there. How they trained! Sue and Roy were both growing up big and strong, when one day, Sue and Roy were asked to visit the Overseer. "What's wrong, Overseer?" asked Sue. "Why are you crying, Overseer?" said Roy. "It's just awful!" cried the Overseer, wiping a tear from her eye. "Have you children ever heard of Uptopland?" Sue and Roy blinked, and shook their heads. "What's that, Overseer?" they asked. "Oh, it's a terrible place," began the Overseer, and she told the children about Uptopland. She told them about the people living there, and how they weren't safe or strong like the children of Vault 75. Monsters attacked them and evil bandits stole their food, and it was no place for little children to grow up. No, not at all. "Those poor people!" exclaimed Sue. "Why does nobody help them?" wondered Roy. "That's just it, children." The Overseer told them, "They need somebody big and strong to protect them." "Who will help them?" Sue and Roy asked. "One day, children, you will." Said the Overseer. "That's why you must do your best at classes and training every day. So you can grow up big and strong, and go make Uptopland a happy and safe place for the poor people who live there." Sue and Roy smiled at that, and ran off to their lessons, eager to help.
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1695Vault75EntryTerminalFor Immediate Release: Vault-Tec to Subsidize Enrollment for Malden Families WASHINGTON DC - In response to growing national concern for the safety of our children in the event of a nuclear attack, Vault-Tec officials have cooperated with local government in Malden, Massachusetts to provide subsidized enrollment fees for any families wishing to sign up for residency in Vault 75. The newly-opened Vault is attached directly to Malden's Elementary School, ensuring a swift evacuation should an attack come during class time. "Safeguarding the future has always been our priority.", said a Vault-Tec Spokesperson, "The opening of Vault 75 gives us all extra peace of mind, knowing that the children of Malden will be safe, even if the worst comes to pass."
1696Vault75EntryTerminalENROLLMENT GUIDELINES Vault-Tec has authorized special discounts and subsidies for qualifying families. This special offer can only be extended to families meeting the following requirements: I. One or more enrolled family members are children under the age of 15. II. Enrolled children attend public school within the township of Malden, Mass. III. The enrolled group includes no more than two (2) adults per qualifying child. Please note that Vault 75 also permits the individual enrollment of children for families which cannot afford to also enroll a parent or guardian.
1697Vault75EntryTerminalUpon activation of Vault 75, all residents must be subjected to standard admission protocols, details of which can be found in the Vault-Tec personnel handbook. Once residents have been verified and sanitized, children under the age of 17 are to be taken to the atrium area. There they will meet with the Overseer, who will provide orientation information specific to the children. All other residents are to be taken to the holding area to await their briefing from the Head of Security.
1698Vault75EntryTerminalNAME - AGE - AVAIL - SURNAME Steven - 13 - Yes - McLintock Ashley - 11 - Yes - Morgan David - 06 - No - Tournquist Michael - 12 - No - Tournquist Caleb - 12 - Yes - Truman Joey - 13 - Yes - Clay Elliot - 09 - Yes - Briggs Emery - 07 - Yes - Briggs
1699Vault75OverseerTermDirectivesPersonnel officers are responsible for admitting residents and obeying standard protocol for sanitization and scans. Research staff is to assist as needed, but otherwise remain in their wing. Adults aged 17 and older will be isolated and disposed of by the Head of Security. Children under the age of 17 are to be taken directly to the atrium area. As Overseer, you are responsible for introducing the children to the caretaker robots and their sleeping facilities. Research protocols will not begin until the second week of containment. It is reccomended that you participate directly in routine storytimes each evening.
1700Vault75OverseerTermDirectivesVault 75 has been built within the township of Malden, and all families with children aged 5-16 have been offered subsidized admittance to the Vault program here. This should maximize the number of residents able to report for admittance in a crisis event. In the event that it becomes necessary, it is preferable to allow potential subjects to remain with their families in the bulkhead area over allowing adults to accompany subjects to the atrium. These subjects will not be admitted to the general population. Some distress is expected in the early days of internment. Please refer to Vault-Tec's Childcare consolation protocols (VTOEG sec 127.1) if guidance is needed.
1701Vault75OverseerTermDirectivesPersonnel and Security staff have been assigned to Vault 75, and provided with standard instructions as found in your operations manual. Research personnel are to remain in their designated wing, and isolated from making physical contact with residents except under special circumstances. New research personnel may be selected annually from the Vault population at Overseer discretion. Residents are to be informed that these persons have vacated the Vault.
1702Vault75OverseerTermDirectivesI. Residents aged 18 and older must be removed from the general population annually. II. Residents who have exhibited genetic promise are to be preserved for genome harvesting and reintegration. III. Residents of average genetic promise but high intelligence and docility may be recruited to the Research staff at Overseer discretion. IV. All other Residents to be removed must be culled. V. Research staff is responsible for cultivating embryo replacements to maintain consitent resident population numbers. VI. Vault 75 is to remain sealed until an all-clear order is issued by Vault-Tec.
1703Vault75OverseerTermDirectivesBeginning one year after intial containement, children over the age of 18 must be removed from the general population. This will be done annually, on a date specified by the Overseer and Chief Scientist. It is recommended that this "graduation" be treated as an important tradition inside Vault 75. Appropriate ceremonies should be conceived of and performed by Overseer staff, with outgoing subjects being removed one-by-one from the main living area. Once separated from the general population, subjects with aggregate ratings of EXCELLENT and SUPERIOR are to be escorted to the genomics laboratory for processing. Subjects with EXCELLENT and SUPERIOR intellect ratings (but not aggregate) will be offered positions as Overseer of Research staff, per discretion of the Overseer and Chief Scientist. All other subjects should be disposed of as outlined in the confidential operations packet.
1704Vault75OverseerTerminal VAULT STATUS UNKNOWN PLEASE ADDRESS BELOW GENOME PRESERVATION: ONLINE RESEARCH: ERROR/NO CALLBACK ## DAYS GENERATOR ARRAY: ONLINE/NOMINAL RESIDENT VACANCY: 100% RESEARCH VACANCY: 100%
1705Vault75OverseerTermJournalsWorried about the new recruit in science. He's supposed to be on simple observation duties and closely monitored until the subjects he knows in population have been processed. I know we've done this many, many times before, but something about this one feels wrong. Not sure I should have let myself be talked into it.
1706Vault75OverseerTermJournalsWe're having a capacity problem in the nursery. We are as full as we can be in IVFS, but introducing more residents to the population is going to be problematic. I'd prefer to wait until the next turnover. Will have to discuss with Chief scientist.
1707Vault75OverseerTermJournalsDamn it all. Some kind of wiring issue caused a fire in the archive. We lost some hardware that I'm told will be difficult to repair, if not impossible. Science lost a lot of the historical research data, though I'm told we can get some junior staff started transcribing hard copies. Some of the locks failed once the fire got bad. Worrying, but turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Science staff nearby got in and stopped the blaze quickly. If the locks hadn't failed then myself or one of the senior scientists would have had to manually open the doors.
1708Vault75ScienceSubTerminalNina won't believe it. I'm actually on the research team. We always thought some grown-ups must stay in the Vault to help the Overseer run things, even if we never saw them. I was right! Not everyone has to go to the outside world. They said I'd do more good here, and I couldn't be happier. I wish there was some way she could know I'm still here, still able to watch her. She'll graduate in two years; maybe they'll put her on the research team, too, if her scores are high enough.
1709Vault75ScienceSubTerminalIt's only been a few months since graduation, and already I feel so much more mature than the kids I'm monitoring every day. Rohit and James both still talk about taking over the Vault. Like they think nobody's listening. Robbie and Becka still sneak off to huff propellant. We see that, too. They'll never make it onto the research team like I did. I'm just glad I can still keep an eye on Nina. She's not doing too great on her scores, though. She was never much of an academic, like me. Her physical scores are among the best in the group, though. I'm sure she'll graduate to a good team for up top. I just hope I can see her before she goes up top.
1710Vault75ScienceSubTerminalSupervisor Bissell lost some papers from his clipboard this morning. He was pretty anxious about it. He'd spent most of the morning searching for them, then pulled me aside to get me looking for them while he went to meet with the Overseer. He really doesn't want anyone to know they went missing. Turns out they got sucked into a vent. I could hear the pages flapping in there. There's no way I can get them unless I were to go downtstairs. But I saw Rohit fish them out of the vent down there first. I'm going to tell Bissell I couldn't find them...
1711Vault75ScienceSubTerminalThe range is really getting run-down. I've asked the Overseer whether we can have some supplies brought in to help refurbish it, but was told we should work with what we've got. Then she reminded me it wasn't even my station. I didn't think it would be a big deal to have her ask some of the up top graduates to bring supplies, but I guess they're really busy, and there's always some risk involved with her going outside. Maybe she'll ask at next year's graduation when she takes the new graduates through the surface door?
1712Vault75ScienceTerminalResearcher Guidelines: Aerobics Station This station exists to measure and increase aerobic ability and cardiovascular health of test subjects. As the treadmill operator, adjust incline and speed to reach and sustain target rate in the subject. Once target rate has been sustained for >60 seconds, gradually increase duress until peak heart rate has been reached or exceeded.
1713Vault75ScienceTerminalHEART RATE GUIDELINES - ALL SUBJECTS AGE | MIN | TRGT | OPT.MAX ******************** < 8 | 106 | 170 | 212+ 9-10 | 105 | 168 | 210+ 11-12| 104 | 166 | 208+ 13-14| 103 | 165 | 206+ 15-16| 102 | 163 | 204+ 17-18| 101 | 162 | 202+
1714Vault75ScienceTerminalUNACCEPTABLE (Cease test if risk arises) - Cardiac Arrest - Death ACCEPTABLE (Continue Testing) - Muscle Strain - Nausea - Vomiting - Loss of Consciousness
1715Vault81ForsytheTerminalGeneral Health: Excellent Health History: Childhood bronchitis resulted in susceptibility to respiratory infections. Prescribed steroidal anti-inflamatory inhaler for emergency use.
1716Vault81ForsytheTerminalGeneral Health: Poor Health History: He has survived two bouts of pneumonia. Prognosis of surviving another is doubtful. Suffers from ulcers kidney disease.
1717Vault81ForsytheTerminalGeneral Health: Good Health History: Beginning to show signs of arthritis. Has a family history of dementia, but shows no signs of it. Generally refuses even mild treatments.
1718Vault81ForsytheTerminalGeneral Health: Poor Health History: Multiple addictions to chems. Got clean once for two months before relapsing. Shows signs of cardiac weakness and memory loss.
1719Vault81OldCurieDate of last data purge: XX/XX/XXXX Error: Memory Failure This terminal not recommended for research backups. Please use hard copies.
1720Vault81OldCurieCollinsWe're hamstrung with only three researchers. Decided to make a few modifications to this Mr. Handy robot. Should be really useful for speeding up some of our labwork. I've been pretty anxious since admittance day. As if the world ending wasn't enough, I'm very concerned about Olivette's motives. Dusting off some of my old robotics chops has been just the distraction I've needed.
1721Vault81OldCurieCollinsI've decided to write a suite of custom personality settings for the robot. She's a little bit of Liza (I really hope she got into her Vault down in DC.) and a little bit my grad school fling from Versailles back in '46. I'm loading her databanks with every great body of work I have access to here. Kant, Einstein, Born, Darwin, Curie, Faraday, Turing, Braun. She'll have so much to learn. It's already made her feel so much more like a peer in the lab, as opposed to an appliance. I'm calling her "Curie". I know, I know. I was never a subtle man.
1722Vault81OldCurieCollinsCurie's been doing great. Flint's finally stopped treating me like a crazy person for insisting we address her as a human, and I swear Burrow is deferential to her in a way that reminds me of seeing him around Rebecca, back during the drills. It's actually endearing to see. Most importantly, and perhaps more surprisingly, she's bringing a sense of normalcy to the lab, keeping us all a bit more grounded. Anything to keep our minds off the situation we're in is all too welcome. I've tuned her personality matrix a lot, but it's beginning to feel wrong to manipulate her. I'm going to leave her programming alone for now, and just see how she evolves as she keeps learning more.
1723Vault81OldCurieCollinsHaven't touched this terminal in years - not since I "gave" it to Curie as her own. Seeing her reaction to having something of her own was transformational. It just seemed wrong to violate that, and so it's truly been for her eyes only ever since. This final entry is an exception, and I suppose it's being written out of habit, as a man used to a lifetime of recording his experiments. We lost Flint today, and Burrow has to spend more time helping me around the lab than actually performing research these days. So, if only to report my findings - Curie has been a remarkable success. She transcended my expectations of robotic programming. Her personality feels as genuine as my own. Her interest in scientific research is insatiable, and seeing her struggle with concepts like mortality has been completely moving. Truly, she is my greatest work. I only hope that one day she can see more of the world. If only I could be there to witness her reaction to the blue skies and butterflies she's only heard me sing about.
1724Vault81OldCuriePersonalI have been ordered by Doctor Collins to add an entry to this terminal. Doctor Collins was most insistent that this is my terminal. I explained several times that robots cannot own property as per RobCo policy, but his orders were most clear and insistent. I will comply with Doctor Collins' wishes and maintain a log when ordered to.
1725Vault81OldCuriePersonalI have completed my analysis and integration of the data to make me a capable research assistant. I have been commanded to provide an assessment of my colleagues. Doctor Flint is objectively brilliant. Although Doctor Collins repeatedly calls him "brusque." But I find Doctor Flint's commands and speech patterns easier to parse. His observations are always very astute, and I am learning much about working with cell cultures from him. Monsieur Burrow is perfectly acceptable to work with. He performs menial tasks which my programming is perfectly suited for, such as carrying heavy lab equipment. This is strange, because my capabilities for such a task are far beyond those of a human male. I am told by Doctor Collins that this is a sign of respect that Monsieur Burrow is making. This does not compute.
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1727Vault81OldCuriePersonal2339V D90VKA- 102K 09134KJLCM 91. >// unusually agitated state. He would not leave his quarters after his morning meal. Doctor Collins assures me this state is temporary, and that Monsieur Burrow is merely overwhelmed with the sta91nc <>1390 [ VM0 VV9V0 [\ 129CM3
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1729Vault81OldCuriePersonalDoctor Burrow is deceased. Post-mortem indicates he expired from a severe cardiac arrest, brought on by advanced age. He died at 5:01am shortly after waking. In accordance with the doctor's pre-existing orders, the body was cremated and placed in the specified urn, alongside Doctors Collins and Flint. Doctor Burrow was of great assistance in continuing the work left to us by the others. My last order was to continue working on our projects alone, "so that our deaths will not be in vain." My processors are fully committed to furthering the study of pathogens and viruses for the betterment of mankind to honor this last request. Message ends.
1730Vault81OldOverseersTerminalOverseer Olivette - We'd like to thank you for accepting your new role as Overseer of Vault 81. This program, as you know, represents a critical research opportunity. The work we do together will lead to a better future for humanity- not only in these times of uncertainty, but far into the future, whatever it holds. Your background in academic and applied medical research will make you a capable leader to Vault 81 science staff, and your administrative background gives you the unique ability to lead and manage the general population as well. Thank you again for reconsidering this offer of employment, and good luck. Vault-Tec Human Resources
1731Vault81OldOverseersTerminalThe mission of Vault 81 is to research infectious disease s and antibodies, with particular attention paid to potential mutations in a climate of heavy radiation. Clinical trials are a vital part of Vault 81's mission. Trials will be performed in three stages. Stage I trials are to be conducted in petri dish cultures. Stage II trials are to be performed on the colony of heterocephalus glaber specimens, furnished by Vault-Tec. Stage III trials may be performed on the residential population of Vault 81. Scientific staff will be restricted to the hermetically-sealed research area. This measure reduces the chance of cross-contamination between residential and scientific staff populations. The Overseer will have communication capabilities, but no other members of the residential population are to be made aware of the prime directive.
1732Vault81OldOverseersTerminalAs outlined in the Vault-Tec Operations Handbook, all staff members of Vault 81 will be required to participate in mandatory drills, held on-site at the discretion of the Overseer and Vault-Tec Administration. Admission drills are a requirement on all Beta Alert days, as indicated by the Vault-Tec early warning system. In the event of an actual Alpha Alert, Vault 81 residents will be admitted into the Vault by Overseer's staff. All scientific staff should report to their workstations immediately, avoiding contact with general population, especially those whom they may know personally. (If necessary, Overseer should remind staff of their confidentiality status.) All residents should be admitted in an orderly fashion, and given the approved welcome address in the common area atrium by the Overseer. The Overseer should then use this terminal to confer privately with the head of Science staff, by now safely sealed in the research area.
1733Vault81OldOverseersTerminalVault 81 is not to be evacuated under any circumstances except a direct all-clear command from Vault-Tec central HQ. Research reports should be archived on the primary mainframe. Chemical compounds and other physical materials may be deposited in the marked receptacle, only by the Overseer, and only after a successful Stage III trial phase. In the event of a Vault-Tec ordered evacuation, Overseer must be prepared to dispose of residential population by incineration (propellant nozzles are pre-installed in all residential living quarters) to avoid contamination with outside population. This disposal is at the discretion of the Overseer unless specifically mandated as part of the Vault-Tec evacuation order.
1734Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsI can't believe it. Vault-Tec must have really been desperate for an Overseer candidate after Duncan fell ill. I'm certainly qualified for this job, but with my politics, how could they think I'm a good candidate for this kind of program? Maybe there's more to this than I'm seeing. They still haven't given me a full briefing on the work we'll be doing here, but I'm not stupid. I'm pretty sure it's going to involve human trials. I won't jump to any conclusions, though. Let's see how this plays out. If they're crossing any ethical lines with me they'll be in a Congressional hearing before they know what's hit them.
1735Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsThese researchers are willing to put up with a lot. Today is our fifth drill of the week, and this time I had to make the calls in the middle of the night. Half of these "scientists" are just kids - between cramming for finals and sleeping off Friday hangovers I'm shocked as many of them staggered in as did. I guess the pay is worth it. I know I wasn't earning that kind of money as a grad student.
1736Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsIt's much worse than I thought. I was finally given my full briefing today. Not only is Vault-Tec asking us to do clinical trials on humans; they've got some serious backers in government. I can't just blow the whistle on this. I've seen the admission roster. There are good people planning to live in Vault 81, and I've little doubt the Vaults will come into use eventually. I won't reward the trust of these people by treating them like guinea pigs. I feel trapped. I don't know what to do.
1737Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsIt's done. I got the call early this morning - another beta drill. It's always Rosario who has to call. Her voice was trembling, and she couldn't get off the phone soon enough. She knew. Sure enough, the warning was upgraded within a few hours, and the news was reporting confirmed launches soon after that. I made a decision. I deliberately sabotaged the phone list. Such a simple thing, but it meant that none of the science staff received a notification about the drill. The residents are beginning to show up, and we'll have our hands busy admitting everyone.
1738Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsI'm no criminal mastermind. Clearing the phone list prevented most of the science staff from showing up, but three still made it in. Flint and Collins are both my age, and live in the Fens. They had time to get here with the general population. Burrow is just an overachiever, and came by in the morning just to see if there would be a drill today. Figures. They've reported to the research area. The Vault protocols engaged automatically and sealed them in. They're already busy with their work, especially since there are only three of them.
1739Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsBurrow and Flint are getting restless in there. Collins and that robot - he's calling her Curie now - are keeping the mood relatively steady, but I think they already suspect that I have no intention of allowing them to implement a Stage III trial. Not sure what to do. They've got access to the delivery nozzles. If they choose to, they'll be able to infect the population with whatever they want. Need to keep them calm.
1740Vault81OldOverseersTerminal_LogsI've made a grim choice. I sabotaged the delivery nozzles in all the resident quarters as soon as I was able. I didn't expect Burrow to notice so soon. Hell, I didn't expect Collins to get so close to a Phase III trial so quickly. I didn't expect half of what's happened in the past few months. Cutting off communication is a cowardly thing to do, but what options do I have? They'll have food and water in there as long as they need. I just can't let them go through with human trials for God-knows-what Vault-Tec plans to do with their research. I only hope that somehow they can forgive me, and live out their years in peace over there.
1741Vault81OldResearchComms Testing. Dr. Olivette, do you copy? I do, Kenneth. Everything good over there? Just another drill day, right, Overseer? It is, and thank God for that.
1742Vault81OldResearchComms Overseer, there are just three of us over here. What's going on? Olivette, are you getting this? Sorry, Kevin, it's been a madhouse on this side. Only three? Myself, Jim Flint, and that kid, Burrow. Where is everyone else? Not over here. Residents are being admitted. They started showing up in droves once the news started broadcasting. That's the same way I heard. You'd think Vault-Tec would have had enough warning to call at least a beta drill for staff this morning. Something must have gone wrong.
1743Vault81OldResearchComms We've been pretty limited down here, but we've been focused on antibiotics and have our first petri trials underway. I saw the data last night. It's promising, but do you think it's ready? The trials just started, and the virus we're going after has a few days of inoculation. But I'm optimistic that later this week we'll see positive results. Okay. Keep me posted, and don't begin Phase II trials until I have an opportunity to go through the new data. Of course. Have a good afternoon, Overseer.
1744Vault81OldResearchComms Overseer, do you have a minute? This system isn't instantaneous, Burrow. I hope you haven't been waiting for a reply all morning. Sorry, Overseer. I wanted to notify you about an issue with our food extruder. Okay, I see it now. Looks like a clog in the protein tank. You weren't able to address it on your end? No, Overseer. Hardware failures on the residential side must be addressed over there. We can't get to the tanks or nozzles to repair them. Okay, Burrow. I'll have maintenance down there immediately. Go stand by and have Collins contact me if there are still issues in about ten minutes, okay? Thank you, Overseer. I'll go there now.
1745Vault81OldResearchComms Good news, Dr. Olivette - We've tweaked our formula based on Phase I trial results, and I think we're ready to go with Phase II. How's the mole rat population doing? Very well. The specimens Vault-Tec provided are remarkably hardy. Flint has been doing some radiation testing on them. Is that in the protocols? Not technically, but we noticed some weird stuff with the kibble provided for them. (Burrow got pretty sick for a day or two - don't ask) Flint's been looking into it. These suckers are big to begin with, and we're thinking it's genetic. Tampered with? Something like that. I think Vault-Tec must have been running some experiments with them. They're all unusually large. A few demonstrate bioluminescence. At least one appears more intelligent than normal. Do you think they're still a useful control? We've divided the colonies, separated the most unusual specimens, and put the control colony on a new diet taken from our own food supply. It's not ideal, but I think we're okay. Very well. Give me the evening to go over your data again, but I think you're clear to begin Phase II unless I find anything I don't expect.
1746Vault81OldResearchComms Overseer? Yes, Burrow, what is it? I've noticed an issue with our delivery mechanisms. Do you know if anyone has tampered with the nozzles in the residential quarters on your side? I don't know. What are you doing with the delivery system, anyway? The Phase II trial just began. I know, Overseer. I just thought it would be a good idea to run tests on the delivery system before we reached Phase III. If we reach Phase III. Human trials are not to be undertaken lightly. What kind of tests were you hoping to run, anyway? Just a placebo vapor, to make sure the nozzles are dispensing mist properly. The residents wouldn't even know we had done anything. I guess that's the idea, though. I'll look into the nozzle issue on my end, Burrow. In the meantime please do not use the delivery system without my direct approval.
1747Vault81OldResearchComms Doctor, please get in touch. I know what you've done. Honestly, I don't blame you. Performing the Phase III trial on non-consenting humans is a breach of ethics, at least according to the world we used to live in. I can keep Burrow together for a while, but Flint's already suspicious. What are we supposed to do over here? I can only lie to them for so long without some actual response from you. Damn it, Olivette. You can't be such a hypocrite that you'd condemn us to die in the name of your personal sense of morality. I know your politics, but I never thought you'd actually leave men for dead. Please reconsider this.
1748Vault81OverseerLogsIf one more thing in this vault breaks, I'm going to scream. And by "scream" I mean "angrily slam the keys to this terminal" as I enter in yet another frustrated log. No one told me when I took over for Overseer Baht that I was inheriting a sinking ship. From what Calvin tells me, the damage isn't even coming from us and our everyday lives. It's something external. And, of course, since it's external it's harder for him to assess the overall damage. We can't very well just unbury the vault. On the good side, the reactors continue to run without a hitch. Two centuries and not a single incident that Old Rusty couldn't handle. So while the walls around us crumble, at least we'll have good lighting to witness it.
1749Vault81OverseerLogsOnce again, I overheard a citizen telling one of the traders how much we don't need them. What is wrong with these people? Holt? Miranda? Don't they realize that without these traders we'd be starving? We wouldn't have half the items we need to get repairs done around here. I get the fear to allow outsiders in. I was terrified when we first opened the vault after two centuries of isolation. But you'd think after ten years people would be more accepting and trust the faces we've grown to know so well. Some people still don't accept Horatio and the man's lived with us for years now. And sure, I don't know what could happen in the future. Maybe it's just a matter of time before we allow the wrong person in. But it's a chance we have to take and a change they need to accept if we're going to survive for another generation.
1750Vault81OverseerLogsHow hard can it be to catch Bobby DeLuca doing drugs? The vault is only so big. There's only so many places he can hide, and yet here I am, getting another complaint about his little habit. It's frustrating on so many levels. Everyone's working hard, almost 'round the clock, and here's Bobby. He sleeps on the job, a job that he can't even do by the way. He gets Old Rusty to do everything. If he's not high, he's drunk. His sister backs up every story he comes up with... The list goes on. Part of me just wants to lock him up, post a guard, and be done with it. Let him suffer through the withdrawal as his punishment. We all know he deserves it.
1751Vault81OverseerLogsPriscilla informed me that she lost the latest carrot crop. I wish we had the space to do more consistent rotations. On the bright side, while we'll miss the carrots now, we'll be even happier once they're back. I will never forget the day when Maria made her first brahmin meat pie. I thought I was in heaven and that I'd never eat another steak in a box again (against Dr. Forsythe's wishes, I might add). Wasn't long before I'd had my fill and found myself enjoying that same old salisbury steak. On the bright side, Maria's mutfruit pies are consistently good. Although, it's hard to go wrong when it comes to dessert! It helps that she likes to save them for special occassions. Probably smart on her part. She's been our chef long enough to know how easily our tastebuds give out on us.
1752Vault81OverseerSubMaintenanceRequestsVent has been leaking. Need to investigate shaft for integrity. May need to replace bad section, but hopefully can get by with a patch job.
1753Vault81OverseerSubMaintenanceRequestsPipes are suffering from corrosion. Needs welding and sealant. Sections of flooring may need to be replaced. Will need to take a closer look behind the scenes to investigate the extent of the damage.
1754Vault81OverseerSubMaintenanceRequestsSealant must be giving way for concrete base as water is building up among wiring in the floor. Need to find a solution for resealing and water removal.
1755Vault81OverseerTerminalMaria Summerset - Fufilled - Mutfruit Crates (3) - Brahmin Steaks (10) Jacob Forsythe - Fulfilled - Stimpaks (50) - Bloodpacks (10) Priscilla Penske - Pending - Fusion Cores (3)
1756Vault81OverseerTerminalMaria Summerset - Fufilled - Mutfruit Crates (3) - Brahmin Steaks (10) Jacob Forsythe - Fulfilled - Stimpaks (50) - Bloodpacks (10) Priscilla Penske - Fulfilled - Fusion Cores (3)
1757Vault81PenskeSubA14-1Week 1 Examination Germination was fast. Seeds have sprouted and are healthy. Radicals and hypocotyls appear strong. Initial examination of cells appears normal. Items of Note: A14-1.5 and A14-1.9 both display three cotyledons. A14-1.2 is displaying a purple striped pattern.
1758Vault81PenskeSubA14-1Week 2 Examination Seedlings continue to grow normally and will be ready for transplant. Roots appear healthy and are steadily growing. Items of Note: A14-1.5 and A14-1.9, despite their differences, are thriving well alongside the others. A14-1.2 has died. Dissection revealed little to differentiate it from the others. The discoloration does not appear to be infection or parasite related.
1759Vault81PenskeSubA14-1Week 3 Examination All seedlings have been successfully transplanted. Growth continues to appear healthy. Water intake is normal.
1760Vault81PenskeSubB02-3Week 1 Examination Germination has been slow. Only 50% of the seeds have sprouted, the radical is barely showing. I have my doubts on the other half. This group does have a higher chance of failure due to radiation exposure.
1761Vault81PenskeSubB02-3Week 2 Examination The initial 50% of seeds initially sprouting have continued to show signs of growth. An addition 25% have also started to sprout. I will continue to observe the remainder. I lost B02-3.02, 3.05, 3.06 and 3.08 to overwatering. These seedlings utilize far less water than previous hybrids. A potential benefit, but I'll need to monitor them closely for proper hydration.
1762Vault81PenskeSubB02-3Week 3 Examination I've transplanted B02-3.01, 3.08, 3.10 and 3.15. The others have not formed a strong enough root bed to safely move. No further seeds have sprouted since Week 2.
1763VaultTecOffice_DavidsonsTerminal10/02 I believe Dr. Reid is under the impression that the vaults in the Boston area will be used to harm it's future residents instead of help them. I told him he's just being paranoid. Vault-Tec would never do anything of the sort.
1764VaultTecOffice_DavidsonsTerminal10/13 Sharon spilled coffee on my new shirt while we were in the lounge this morning. I told her it was fine and we had a good laugh about the whole thing. If she does it again I'll stab her in the fucking throat with my pen. She's a good kid.
1765VaultTecOffice_DavidsonsTerminal10/19 Dr. Reid is beginning to get on my nerves. All he talks about now are his theories on how the vaults were built to run experiments on people, and not actually help them at all. I keep telling him that he couldn't be more wrong. If he keeps it up, I might have to....discipline him.
1766VaultTecOffice_ReidsTerminal09/29 So we just shipped 15 cases of psycho and jet to Vault 95. Of course, that makes total sense...let's give these addicts more of what put them in this situation to begin with. Davidson says it's to force them to make the hard choice, chems or getting clean. I say it's to cause a bloodbath...
1767VaultTecOffice_ReidsTerminal10/07 Walter in the warehouse just told me we received a massive shipment marked "Vault 111 - DO NOT OPEN". So, he opened it...and it was hundreds of gallons of liquid nitrogen! What could they possibly need that for?
1768VaultTecOffice_ReidsTerminal10/22 That's it! I can't work under a manager who's so oblivious to what's going on around him. These vaults are supposed to be a safe haven for these people, not a lab to run experiments on them. Davidson still doesn't see it...or he's just ignoring it. Either way, I'm putting in my two weeks in the morning.
1769VaultTecOffice_WaltersTerminal10/15 I think Mr. Davidson has been getting annoyed with Martin lately. I told Martin he should probably back off a bit because I know Mr. Davidson has a temper. I saw him break a pool que over Roger's head because he stood too close to the table when Mr. Davidson was taking his shot. Roger still has trouble with the hearing in his right ear.
1770VaultTecOffice_WaltersTerminal10/19 I miss Sharon. She's been out for a couple of days and it's just not the same here without her. No one upstairs has heard from her. I'm starting to worry. Getting to see her face when I go upstairs for lunch is the highlight of my day.
1771VirgilTerminalDeskFound old terminal in repair shop. Needed repair. Got it working. Hard to type. Fingers too bigg. Still lookng for matreials for serumm. Only hope now.
1772VirgilTerminalDeskMAtterials harrd to find. Glowing sssea too damaged byy war. Did not fullyl considder ipmlications; was only thinkknign of survivall, saefty from anyone tryiign to follow. People in craterr maay be able to help. Mentallyy unstable but appparenttly immunne to raditaion. Holdrenn would love them. Hopinng they havve larger keyobard.
1773VirgilTerminalDeskChilldrnen of Atom cannott help. Theay are just as staarved for matterials but arre too prpoud to admit dessperatoin. Occassiaonyl loossing feelling in extreemties. Sliight gaps in memmory. Trrying to rmeain positiiiiiive but if connditonn deteroriates... Needd to repproduce serrum sooon.
1774VirgilTerminalDeskSErum cant be made herre. Tools unvaailable, haannnds too clummsy to perfoorm any deliccate actionns. Typing getttting harder. Makees me too angrry. No wayy back in to get origginal sammple of serrum. Musttt consider that my condiition may be permmanent.
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