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176CharGenOverseerTerminalCONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL OVERSEER EYES ONLY | VIOLATION VTP-01076 Twenty-five (25) years after the Vault Doors close, you are to prepare your citizens to leave Vault 76 and begin a process called "Reclamation." Specifics will be disseminated automatically as that time approaches. After Reclamation Day, you are personally ordered to find and secure three nuclear silos code-named ALPHA, BRAVO, and CHARLIE. If these sites are still nuclear capable ensure no one except Vault-Tec can access or launch nuclear ordnance. To be clear, even if there are other authorities (whether government, militia, or otherwise) their claims are to be ignored. Vault-Tec alone maintains jurisdiction.
276CharGenOverseerTerminalCONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL OVERSEER EYES ONLY | VIOLATION VTP-01076 Congratulations, Overseer. Vault 76 is one of the most important projects that Vault-Tec has completed. No expense has been spared on building, staffing, and selecting the inhabitants of your Vault. The cream of the crop of America have been chosen, including luminaries from Vault-Tec University. The special classes and instruction you've received about managing a Vault do not apply to this assignment. Vault 76 is special. Your mission is to see to the livelihood and well-being of all your residents and make sure they're ready to colonize America once the All-Clear is received. It is to be expected you will face challenges we haven't prepared you for. Adapt, learn, and thrive. America is counting on you.
376CharGenOverseerTerminalSubTerminal01Your job as the Overseer is to see to the overall health and safety of Vault 76. Avoid loss of life at all costs. The Vault Residents have been carefully chosen for their unique skills and temperament. Due to the aptitude of the Vault Residents, you may be presented with unique challenges in maintaining order. As a last resort, each domicile can be locked down and the resident imprisoned for any duration you deem appropriate. Enforced solitary confinement can lead to psychological issues, so factor that in. Although the Vault Doors cannot be opened from the inside, keep the entry clear of all unauthorized personnel. The Security Team will stow all weapons and munitions after the amended entry period and will be armed solely with non-lethal devices. If America is to be rebuilt, every life in this Vault is special. Preserve them all.
476CharGenOverseerTerminalSubTerminal01Our studies have shown even after a relatively short duration of living with the amenities of Vault-Tec that test subjects can grow to depend on them. That will not do for Vault 76. After the All-Clear Message is received, Vault 76 will shutdown all functions inside of 24 hours. Air circulation will cease last, and you should warn the Vault Residents that staying inside the Vault can be lethal after this period. Everyone must leave the nest. It's imperative that all residents are focused on the important job of rebuilding America.
576CharGenOverseerTerminalSubTerminal02We counted down to Midnight. I haven't seen everyone cheer like that since Vault baby number one was born. I called lights out a couple hours ago. Had to get security to help a few people to their beds. Then the volunteers and I got all the standees set up, just like we practiced. Need to make the final recordings, and then... it'll be time to head out that door. I wish I could be there to help everyone on their way, but I know they'll make me proud.
676CharGenOverseerTerminalSubTerminal02As instructed we set up the survival packages. I've advised everyone to run fast and far from 76 as soon as the doors open. We have no information about what awaits us. Vault-Tec says we're America's best hope. Now we'll find out.
776CharGenOverseerTerminalSubTerminal02Another year down. Our mission continues. ==TOP ISSUES== *At current count, 6 residents are under Disciplinary Lockdown. That's up from 4 last year. The Morale Officer has managed to quash the worst rumors about Appalachia - cannibal mutants, burning rain, whatever - but tensions are high. *It's generally pretty easy to maintain order. The pedigree of most of the residents is... impressive, to say the least. But competence sometimes means arrogance. And arrogance means my authority gets tested - more often than it should. *Hydroponics has been struggling to keep up with demand. I've been loath to institute mandatory rationing, but in 2101 that may be necessary. 76 is full to bursting with people, more than we anticipated. ==TOP SUCCESSES== *The award ceremonies are a great way of stroking the most hardened egos, since everyone's so damned competitive. The low point was someone losing a tooth in a fight over the "Best Dental Hygiene" award... *The senior staff has been exemplary, as always. Very dependable and loyal. It's been a struggle to keep our over-achievers placated, but another year down and we're still here. *The Vault 76 World Cup has proven to be a huge hit. The ball damn near broke the jukebox, but the energy in the atrium was just amazing.
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976CharGenPersonnelTerminalIf ANYONE is found accessing this terminal and is not a member of the Personnel Department, you will be immediately reported to the Security Chief. No exceptions.
1076CharGenPersonnelTerminalSubTerminal01From: Daily, J Subject: Missing Nuka-Cola Cherry Just because we're leaving, doesn't give any of you the right to steal from my stash of Nuka-Cola Cherry. I have been rationing those bottles for over 20 years. If I catch any of you, so help me God, there will be consequences.
1176CharGenPersonnelTerminalSubTerminal01From: Sullivan, T Subject: About my reassignment I realize that it may seem trivial in light of present circumstances, but I would greatly appreciate my reassignment being processed before Reclamation Day. I have worked many years to pass all written, verbal, and physical tests to become a Sanitation Engineer. I have a Doctorate of Engineering from GSU and I don't want to end my tenure at our Vault 76 as a Soda Jerk. Please, let me have the accolades I have earned. Thanks in advance.
1276CharGenPersonnelTerminalSubTerminal01From: Security Chief Subject: Purge all records Vault-Tec's Reclamation Procedure is very clear. All records must be purged before R-Day. To be clear, after Reclamation Day there will be no personnel department. There will be no Vault 76. Any of the projects you're in the middle of are done. If you, for some reason, can't find the time to erase your files I'll send someone over to do it for you. You can bring it up to the Overseer if you like.
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1676CharGenPersonnelTerminalSubTerminal02============= VILLANUEVA, R ============= Previous Occupation: Senior VP, Gibraltar Inc Education: Doctorate of Applied Communications, Cambridge Accomplishments: White House Communication Director (66-69) National Debate Champion (56) Current Occupation: Barber ======== VINCE, A ======== Previous Occupation: Colonel, USAF Education: BS in Aerospace Engineering, West Point Accomplishments: Deputy Director of Strategic Planning, JCOS Medal of Honor (71) Olympic Bronze Medal, Decathlon (60) Current Occupation: Security Officer ========== VOLKMER, N ========== Previous Occupation: Dean of Physics, VTU Education: Doctorate of Applied Mathematics, CIT Doctorate of Nuclear Engineering, CIT Accomplishments: Noble Laureate, Physics (51) Current Occupation: Chief Technician, Maintenance
1776CharGenPlayerTerminalToday is the day, everyone. Reclamation Day! We've been preparing for this moment for 25 years. We're ready. You're ready. America is waiting for us. So let's get out there. -- The Overseer
1876CharGenPlayerTerminalCountdown to Reclamation Day! Who: Everyone! When: 10:00PM to Midnight We've opened the remaining liquor rations and the official Vault-Tec party hats! The Overseer will give a speech at 10 minutes to Midnight, and will lead the countdown. Have fun everyone!
1976CharGenPlayerTerminalInvitationToday is the day, everyone. Reclamation Day! We've been preparing for this moment for 25 years. We're ready. You're ready. America is waiting for us. So let's get out there. -- The Overseer
2076CharGenPlayerTerminalInvitationCountdown to Reclamation Day! Who: Everyone! When: 10:00PM to Midnight We've opened the remaining liquor rations and the official Vault-Tec party hats! The Overseer will give a speech at 10 minutes to Midnight, and will lead the countdown. Have fun everyone!
2176CharGenSecurityTerminalCONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL SECURITY EYES ONLY | VIOLATION VTP-01076 Vault 76 is one of the most highly valuable and important Vaults in our network. As such, these orders must be obeyed at all costs. The future of America is at stake. Upon receiving the Activation Notice your team is authorized to use lethal force. Any obstacle or threat that stands between you and getting Vault Residents safely inside the Vault must be dealt with decisively. Only authorized residents are allowed inside, all other personnel should be considered enemy combatants. The Overseer has special instruction after the Activation Notice. As soon as the entry procedures are complete, your team must stow all weapons in the specified containers. Further orders will then be dispensed. Trust your Overseer. Obey your Overseer. Know that each and every member of your team was selected specifically for this assignment because of Vault-Tec's faith in you. If you work together, you will succeed.
2276CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal01Jill caught M Thompson singing loudly during the night cycle. He got into the Reclamation party stores and "borrowed" a 6 pack. The rules say the theft mandates Lock Down. But what's the point? In 2 days everyone's out anyhow. Threw Thompson in the holding cell to sleep it off.
2376CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal01Nakamura investigated a complaint filed by our old friend Jake. Jake claimed that E Jefferson shoved him with intent to commit bodily injury. Nakamura found a witness and Jake was gently shoved out of the way after he was laying into Jefferson about being an ineffectual ass. Asked the chief whether we could nail Jake for filing a false report. Chief said that Jake technically was assaulted, though. So it's dropped. God, I hate lawyers.
2476CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal01Terminal 023-B was hacked last night. Sandy investigated and we've got no idea who did it. The Reclamation files were accessed, however, which has the chief furious. What does he expect? Half the Ressies are god damned geniuses, how are we supposed to keep them out of restricted files? Doubled up the shifts so we have more eyes out there. Like that'll help.
2576CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal01Another claim from Jake. Again. Sent Nakamura over, she's the only one that doesn't want to strangle the guy. Jake claims he's missing one box of Sugar Bombs from his room. He's demanding we investigate it. One box of Sugar Bombs? Told Nakamura to drop the investigation. With Reclamation coming we have far more important things to do.
2676CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal0225 years of service, no KIAs, and one hell of a send off. I made one last plea to arm the Ressies before we open, denied. My solemn hope is generations from now visitors will come to 76 and read this and know how dedicated their forefathers were. How we regrew America from the ashes. But, I must admit I'm afraid, as well. If some of the experiments in the other Vaults go wrong... It can give you nightmares. And that's only the things I know about. If we can only stick together, work together, I think we stand a chance.
2776CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal02Had to lock down Casey for blabbing about the Activation Notice. The cat's already out of the bag, but orders are orders. Procedure is we announce tomorrow, but you can feel the excitement. The team keeps asking what to expect out there. The nukes knocked out our external sensors so we're blind. Only the secondary geiger counters are operational. Scuttlebutt gone wild. Lots of whispering of who's grouping up with who after Reclamation. I worry that the biggest threat to the Project isn't any threat we'll face out there, it's from within. The Ressies are a formidable lot, but give them free reign and Lord help us.
2876CharGenSecurityTerminalSubTerminal02Team tore through the Activation Notice checklist. Logs wiped, non-essential gear secured, Reclamation Packages acquired, etc. The whole procedure went down in record time, like we've been practicing for years. Some grumbling about unleashing the Ressies without the Overseer keeping them in check. But overall, a good performance.
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31AgCenterMainframeTerminal*** SETTINGS LOCKED: READ ONLY *** Crop Expansion: 75% Crop Maintenance: 100% Fertilization Protocols: 110% Internal Diagnostics: 0% Self-Preservation: 25%
32AgCenterQuestCentralTerminalADMIN LOCK OVERRIDE... Successful. Targetting class <> removed from active target list. Have a Nice Day!
33AgCenterQuestCentralTerminal===== ERROR ===== All three (3) Supervisors must be to override an Administration lockdown. Vault-Tec wishes you an exciting and productive day.
34AgCenterQuestTerminalADMIN LOCK OVERRIDE... Successful. Compost Depot is now UNLOCKED
35AgCenterQuestTerminal===== ERROR ===== All three (3) Supervisor's Daily Passcodes must be assembled to override an Administration lockdown. Vault-Tec wishes you an exciting and productive day.
36AgCenterTerminal================== BIOLOGICAL HARVEST ================== 011 Mole Rats 001 Radscorpion 003 Radstags CYCLE HARVEST TOTAL: 14.32kg of usable compost ===================== SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL ===================== 031 9mm Ammo 003 Bobby Pins 001 Fragmentation Grenade NOTE: Unit 017.3 went offline. Adjusting search protocols to include more Aluminum, Electronics, and Copper to replace 17.3. THE CROPS MUST GROW
37AgCenterTerminalSUPERVISOR 1.13f * Coordinate Farmhands outside 0.0.0. * Escalate relevant detection data to 001-VT-AG-RC. SUPERVISOR 2.02b * Coordinate Farmhands retrieval protocols at 13.1.14. SUPERVISOR 3.11j * Coordinate Farmhands retrieval protocols at -19.3.104. * Monitor transmission site for new firmware updates from VT. THE CROPS MUST GROW
38AgCenter_MacFadden_TerminalFacility's all busted. Tried restarting the generator - but fusion core's spent. Every able-bodied soul is busy fighting, not growing crops. The people need this.
39AgCenter_MacFadden_TerminalResponders came through with a fusion core. Plugged it in and the whole place lit up. What a sight. But all the Mr Farmhands are hunks of metal.
40AgCenter_MacFadden_TerminalHeard we lost a battle near Grafton. Got to get the farming up before it's too late. People are starving out there. Got one Farmhand online. All the VT Terminals were fried. Having to figure it out on my own.
41AgCenter_MacFadden_TerminalSuccess. The whole fleet of Mr Farmhands are up and idling. But they won't move. Just got their vocal circuits back online. Keep complaining about fertilizer. Just plant the seeds. Any yield at all is better than nothing.
42AgCenter_MacFadden_TerminalGot into the central memory thing for the Farmhands. Running out of options. I'm not a robot tech so I'm doing the best I can. I haven't heard from anybody... not even Marge... But if anyone's out there, they'll need food. Just got access to the core settings. I'll fiddle with the Fertilizer settings. Maybe if I set it to 0 they'll just start planting.
43AMSHQ_CEO_CB_LoreTerminalRobCo continues to be excited about Watoga. We're footing the bulk of the cost, but I'm recommending to the board that we continue to approve expenses no matter how high they get. Having the RobCo name attached to us in any way has proved invaluable when dealing with the politicians. We're also seeing the benefits of having a high-profile effort that deflects attention away from our other operations.
44AMSHQ_CEO_CB_LoreTerminalHornwright Industrial continues to revolutionize its product lines, and we're going to be purchasing their Auto-Miners as fast as they can produce them. I know some members of the board are still upset that our joint efforts with RobCo did not produce our own version of an automated mining robot, but Hornwright's experience with drilling applications proved to be the key lynchpin. They're just cheaper and faster to make than we were ever capable of doing ourselves. Penny Hornwright also has history with our company, and I want to again emphasize that she did not steal anything during her internship here. On the contrary, all of our license agreements with Hornwright Industrial were signed thanks to her insistence. We're all benefiting from this partnership, so I need everyone to embrace the Hornwright Auto-Miner as our solution moving forward.
45AMSHQ_CEO_CB_LoreTerminal*Energy production from Ultracite continues to exceed expectations. *Depleted Ultracite disposal continues to be a problem. Contact with non-depleted Ultracite causes a corrosive reaction that melts both materials. Care has to be taken to contain all depleted Ultracite material after use to avoid contamination. *No explanation on why we failed to detect Ultracite in Mine Shaft No. 9. All previous measures ruled that site a failure. The sudden development of Ultracite there continues to confound all our previous assumptions. *The vein in No. 9 extending/bursting into the town of Welch has also had unintended consequences of a more political nature. Our friends in the state capitol are asking more questions at a time when we need to focus. *Answers on how Ultracite is created continues to be a top priority if we're ever going to take production to the national level.
46AMSHQ_Facilities_CB_LoreTerminalSomething needs to be done. This happens too often. Tried increasing the vacuum pressure, but we crank that too high, well, it won't be pretty. Maybe this is an HR problem and not a technical one.
47AMSHQ_Facilities_CB_LoreTerminalI don't want any work crews going near the Radiation Labs on the second floor. None. Let the robots do the cleanup. Trust me. You don't want to know why.
48AMSHQ_Facilities_CB_LoreTerminalThey've ordered more turrets. No, I'm not kidding. Get them installed. And TRIPLE-check the IFF. I don't want any more accidents while the boss is on this security binge. He might not like visitors, but I don't want any more dead bodies on my watch.
49AMSHQ_FrontDesk_CB_LoreTerminalFloor One - Lobby Floor Two - Sales Floor Three - Atomic Research Floor Four - Automation Floor Five - Human Resources Floor Six - Management
50AMSHQ_Reception_CB_LoreTerminalHere's the new spiel for anyone coming through looking for a tour. As always, do NOT mention Ultracite or the town of Welch. "Atomic Mining Services is the industry leader in alternative drilling operations throughout Appalachia. By utilizing the power of controlled, nuclear detonations, AMS is able to mine the rich resources of this area deeper underground than ever before. Our continued partnership with RobCo and Hornwright Industrial have resulted in such exciting projects as Watoga, the city of the future, and the Hornwright Auto-Miner, the future of automated mining."
51AMSHQ_Reception_CB_LoreTerminalPlease reassure all guests that the Pneumatic Elevator System is completely safe. Yes, they may experience some slight discomfort and vertigo as the elevator runs through a particularly stubborn part of the tube, but insist that it all serves the purposes of getting them to their meeting that much faster.
52AMSHQ_Reception_CB_LoreTerminalMichael from finance had another incident. I mean, hasn't he learned his lesson? It's like he's doing it on purpose. Oh... do you think that's a possibility? We should let him go before this becomes a true liability. I'll have HR draw up termination papers. Better safe than sorry.
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66babylon_StandingTerminal_ZAXCongratulations, Overseer [INSERT CANDIDATE NAME]! You have proven yourself victorious over your fellow candidates and achieved the rank of Overseer! Thank you for participating. Your service to your country and to Vault-Tec will not go unnoticed. Rest assured, your praises will be sung by all you meet! Now that the selection process has concluded, you are free to sit back and enjoy the benefits the position of Overseer affords you. As Overseer of this vault, you have only one duty: It's up to you to oversee the selection of the next Overseer! The selection process will begin immediately. Access to the Overseer's room will be terminated for Overseer [INSERT CANDIDATE NAME]. We hope you enjoyed the luxuries your brief stint as Overseer afforded you. Thank you for participating in the Vault 51 Overseer selection process. Good luck in the upcoming selection process!
67babylon_StandingTerminal_ZAXSender: Helen Marks Date: 07/30/2078 Body: "I'm flattered, Reuben, but I just don't see you that way. I hope we can still be friends." //ANALYSIS... Text will negatively impact candidate Gill, but not encourage future conflict. Candidate Gill requires additional inspiration to accelerate selection process. //REVISING... Revision complete. Sender: Helen Marks Date: 07/30/2078 Body: "Oh, Reuben, I feel the same way! But we can't be together while Chris is around. If he weren't here, then we could be happy together." //SENDING MESSAGE TO rgill_vault51... //MESSAGE DELIVERED
68Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_01Vault 51 Personnel List: A-C Armstrong, P. - Dentist. Status: DECEASED Baker, R. - REDACTED. Status: DECEASED Briggs, K. - Sculptor. Status: DECEASED Burnett, S. - Barista. Status: DECEASED Bush, L. - Make-up Artist. Status: DECEASED Callahan, A. - Librarian. Status: DECEASED Chambers, E. - Secretary. Status: DECEASED Chambers, J. - Senator. Status: DECEASED Conley, A. - Technician. Status: DECEASED Cooke, A. - Laborer. Status: DECEASED
69Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_01Vault 51 Personnel List: D-G Davila, L. - Electrical Engineer. Status: DECEASED Eaton, S. - Pianist. Status: DECEASED Fernandez, E. - Teacher. Status: DECEASED Ferrell, F. - Gardener. Status: DECEASED Fields, C. - Veterinarian. Status: DECEASED Fleming, A. - Chef. Status: DECEASED Gilbert, F. - Optician. Status: DECEASED Gill, R. - Overseer. Status: UNKNOWN Greene, C. - Singer. Status: DECEASED
70Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_01Vault 51 Personnel List: H-M Hartman, R. - Pilot. Status: DECEASED Higgins, A. - Lawyer. Status: DECEASED Holder, J. - Professor. Status: DECEASED Huffman, V. - Painter. Status: DECEASED Jacobs, E. - Auctioneer. Status: DECEASED Johnston, M. - Personal Trainer. Status: DECEASED Larson, A. - Chemist. Status: DECEASED Lawson, S. - Surveyor. Status: DECEASED Marks, H. - Surgeon. Status: DECEASED McGuire, J. - Management. Status: DECEASED Menoutis, W. - Clown. Status: DECEASED Montgomery, E. - Real-Estate Agent. Status: DECEASED Moss, I. - Boxer. Status: DECEASED
71Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_01Vault 51 Personnel List: M-R Ngata, K. - Pediatrician. Status: DECEASED Nguyen, C. - Architect. Status: DECEASED Owens, R. - Waiter. Status: DECEASED Ramsey, R. - Police Officer. Status: DECEASED Reed, E. - Acupuncturist. Status: DECEASED Rojas, T. - Pharmacist. Status: DECEASED Rose, M. - Actor. Status: DECEASED Shields, E. - Journalist. Status: DECEASED Steele, R. - Detective. Status: DECEASED Stephens, O. - Barber. Status: DECEASED Stuart, E. - Accountant. Status: DECEASED
72Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_01Vault 51 Personnel List: T-W Tyler, K. - Psychiatrist. Status: DECEASED Vasquez, N. - Paramedic. Status: DECEASED Vega, I. - Butcher. Status: DECEASED Villa, R. - Mechanic. Status: DECEASED Ward, C. - Plumber. Status: DECEASED Ware, B. - Horse Trainer. Status: DECEASED Welch, I. - Registered Nurse. Status: DECEASED Wilson, A. - Unemployed. Status: DECEASED Wu, L. - Model. Status: DECEASED
73Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_02To all Vault 51 residents, Hello, everyone. I know tensions have been running high, but now, more than ever, we need to agree to put our hostilities aside and work together. After a thorough investigation, I have come to the conclusion that my initial thoughts were both naïve and incorrect; what happened to Nancy was no accident, it was murder. I don't know who would have done such a thing but it's become clear that Nancy died from strangulation and not the fall from the upper deck. I would like everyone to tell me what they know so we can bring her killer to justice. I asked ZAX what he had recorded but he had no information, which means we have to solve this mystery on our own. I trust you all and consider you as family and only by cooperation can we survive both now and in the new world to come. Thank you all. Helen Marks, 06/15/2078
74Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_03It happened again! I've been a high-stakes gambler since I was 14 and now I can't beat a bunch of amateurs stuck in this box?! How can I have such bad luck?! I haven't eaten in almost a week now. That stupid machine and these stupid games... I know a rigged game when I see one, ZAX! I deserve to win more than BILL. I saw Bill get up after winning for hours, I sit down and can't win a cent! And wherever Bill plays he just wins more and more! That's my food, not yours, Bill! I'll beat you, Bill. One way or another... I'm going to win.
75Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_04I don't understand how ZAX can let this happen. Isaiah is a pro boxer! We're all hungry but Isiah didn't need to do that to poor Freddy... And who could even stop him? At least it was only Freddy that got hurt. We don't know what to do about any of this... do we punish Isiah? ZAX didn't even try and stop it, he even praised Isaiah's "initiative," whatever that means. At least it looks like ZAX is monitoring Freddy's health, or we think he is. No one's seen Freddy for a few days. How could it come to this? We need a better way to protect ourselves to keep people like Isaiah from taking control by force.
76Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_05We've been here for three months and none of this makes sense. I thought this was a place to go for protection, but it's so, so much more. This AI that runs the place, ZAX... it won't answer any questions about the Vault, about the outside world. It only wants us to "become Overseer," and keeps repeating that. That's not all, though. In just a few months, the Vault feels... alive. We don't know if it's ZAX or someone else, but we'll take something from the kitchen and it's back the next day. Put something where it isn't supposed to be and it's gone when we turn our heads. And none of us knows how! And yesterday Terrence found a gun! I get it... who knows what might happen in the future... but why wasn't it locked up? Is there some threat we didn't know about? ZAX has kept its mouth shut, saying that we're lucky to survive... but survive what? Is everything out there... gone? It doesn't matter, I'm going to keep digging - there's got to be more to this story!
77Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_06I'm writing this to you, ZAX - I know you're reading these! I know you're conspiring against me. I'm the winningest lawyer in the state, valedictorian... have you seen my car? Since I don't want to "play nice" with the other nobodies in this place you want to punish me for it? Not gonna happen, pal! I can take one on the chin... amateur boxing champion, you know! But shoving me in these bunks, making me live in this closet with nothing but the clothes on my back?! Not in my lifetime, buddy! If you're gonna try and stack the deck against me then go ahead... if you're ready for the consequences. I know you care about your precious Vault and you won't tell us what's going on outside. Maybe I'll just have to find out for myself? Just try and stop me, ZAX!
78Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_07This Vault is so confusing to me. Ever since we got here crazy stuff keeps happening, but what happened this week... wow. We thought we might be done for after that moron Aiden blew up the lounge area and himself in the process; we thought he did enough damage to bust a hole in the Vault. Boy, were we wrong. That area was blocked off for less than a week and we woke up today to see the area opened up again and a full garden in its place! Went and looked upstairs and saw the old lounge was replaced with this beautiful, upscale living area... it's mind-blowing. How do things pop out of thin air with no one noticing? Everything about this Vault confuses me. Can't wait for word from outside, I'd like to get back to work.
79Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
80Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
81Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
82Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
83Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
84Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
85Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_08To ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX.
86Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_09A talent show sounded like a fun idea, especially after we lost Aiden... Everyone was so excited for some R&R, and then ZAX changed the rules... if we knew we had to risk our room there's no way we would have participated! We're amateurs with no practice or training, how could we compare to CARMEN GREENE?! She's a world class singer! And Stephanie played with the Huntington Philharmonic! It was so unfair! And now they move upstairs and we're all sharing this tiny room! Crystal and Helen are absolutely furious with me. Maybe Helen can convince Reuben to trade rooms with us. That guy will do anything for Helen.
87Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_10Chris, Joel, Francis and Vanessa: this has to stop. These votes aren't getting us anywhere. I know ZAX wants us to choose an Overseer, but after three votes in a row, we haven't gotten anywhere! We have no Overseer and everyone is starting to take this very seriously. I had to break up a fight between your supporters yesterday and someone took a swing at me! I don't think anyone even cares who the Overseer is, only that their side wins. You four are the only ones that seem care about the position so I implore you to come to a consensus and pick someone yourself before the situation escalates. Edwin Reed, 01/23/2078
88Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_11Bob... I need your help. Its Helen... she's dead. And before you ask: it wasn't me! I had my problems with her and that weasel Reuben but I wouldn't do anything like this! I found her lying in the mess hall, face first on the table. There was no blood, nothing... did someone poison her? Where did someone find poison in the Vault?! Everyone's on edge right now and you're the only person that might listen to me. We must keep this from Reuben, the way he was always following Helen around. Please, Bob, you're the only one that can help me. Omar Stephens, 08/06/2078
89Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_12DELIVERY ROSTER Type: Crate, Large Quantity: 2 Contents: CAUTION: LIFE SIGNS DETECTED Possible sensor error.
90Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_13Date: 10/20/2080 Request From: ZAX V51 AUTONOMOUS INTELLIGENCE Purpose: Security and protection for executive personnel Location: REDACTED Case ID: REDACTED Item Requested: REDACTED Serial Number: REDACTED Description: REDACTED REQUEST DENIED - Insufficient clearance to request REDACTED. All knowledge of REDACTED is confidential.
91Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_13//SEARCHING: Hellfire Prototype Power Armor //SEARCHING: Future-Tec //SEARCHING: Department head //SEARCHING: Dr. Stanislaus Braun //ANALYZING: Dr. Stanislaus Braun published research and speaking history //COPYING: Dr. Stanislaus Braun writing & speaking style ........ Success; Probability of direct match 99.6% //SENDING: Hellfire Prototype Power Armor Requisition Request ........ Success; message delivered.
92Babylon_TerminalDeskPrewar_Log_13Dr. Braun, your request has been accepted. A Hellfire Prototype power armor unit will be shipped to Vault 51 immediately. The Enclave research team apologizes for the delay. Original Message: To the fools at Vault-Tec, Your refusal to comply with my requests are preposterous. My subordinates have requested many times for a set of Hellfire Prototype power armor and every time they are ignored! Now, I must leave from my simulations to contact you myself! Ridiculous! I don't even need to explain myself. Send a set of this armor to Vault 51 immediately, it is of the utmost importance. And do not make me ask again! Dr. Stanislaus Braun
93Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX's primary goal is to select an Overseer for Vault 51 and has determined that the best candidate will prove themselves by killing the other candidates for the position. As a candidate, you are tasked with surviving as long as possible. If you encounter another candidate, they are hostile and will kill you unless you kill them. The candidate(s) that survive the longest will be considered for the position of Overseer and granted points towards their Overseer Rank. ZAX will graciously reward those that acquire Overseer Rank with gifts and access to Vault 51. Candidates are encouraged to be the best Overseer they can be!
94Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX has determined that he can only choose an Overseer by carefully managing the talents of the available candidates. ZAX has issued specially managed abilities to candidates and will be regulating their use. ZAX has also limited its candidates to 7 total Perk Cards, placed however candidates choose. Please make your choices before the start of the match, as ZAX has prohibited candidates from changing their abilities once the match has begun.
95Babylon_Terminal_01Nuclear activity in the region has caused pyroclastic storms to appear, engulfing the area in a deadly firestorm. These storms will expand every few minutes and then stop for a brief period of time. Your map and compass will be updated with the projected spread of the pyroclastic storm. Please head towards the safe area during these storms.
96Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX is only interested in candidates of sound mind and body and has eliminated many of the lesser creatures from the area. However, their combat ability was noted as a valuable asset, so the more resiliant of the local creatures have been given useful items for intelligent candidates to acquire. The more formidible beasts have been given ZAX's finest available equipment to reward any candidate brave enough to slay them.
97Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX has determined that most of the weaponry found in the region is of low quality and in disrepair, replacing them with high-quality, carefully maintained instruments of destruction. ZAX will not allow modification of these weapons as candidates are often clumsy and poor craftsmen. To appease candidates, ZAX will allow candidates to decide how their equipment looks. Candidates are encouraged to choose a look for their weaponry and ZAX will accomodate them.
98Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX has determined that the medical supplies found in the region are not suitable for his purposes and has distributed his own, specially created Stimpaks. While participating in the Overseer Selection Process, Stimpaks will cease healing when a candidate takes damage from another candidate or a creature roaming the region. ZAX recommends that candidates find a safe place before using a Stimpak in order to properly heal.
99Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX has found that human candidates are often flimsy and die easily so extra care must be taken to increase their longevity. Allied players that have been downed in Nuclear Winter can be revived without consuming a Stimpak. However, the revival process will require several seconds to properly activate. Ensure that enemies have been removed from the area before reviving an ally.
100Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX is aware that residents of Appalachia are placing many new structures but would prefer that his candidates focus on defeating the other candidates. To assist the erection of tactically important structures, ZAX has introduced several Quick C.A.M.P. kits which can be used to quickly place a defensive structure. Turrets and other damage dealing structures are only available as Quick C.A.M.P. kits, but many standard items can be freely placed.
101Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX has distributed several Nuclear Briefcases around the region for use by candidates against other candidates. ZAX has distributed Nuke Codes throughout the area, and once a candidate has collected four of them, they can launch a nuclear strike. By using the briefcase, the candidate will be shown a map of the region, and they can launch a nuclear strike by pointing out an area on the map. In order to prevent Nuke Codes from escaping into the wild, Codes carried by deceased candidates will be made inoperable. However, candidates are encouraged to trade Nuke Codes with their allies in order to destroy their opposition with a deadly nuclear blast.
102Babylon_Terminal_01ZAX will allow candidates to bring their own clothes, provided those items do not provide any unfair benefits. To bring cosmetics into an Overseer competition, items may be "NW Favorited" from the Atomic Shop menu. ZAX will allow many custom weapon, Power Armor and outfits. Any Power Armor or weapon customizations selected as "NW Favorite" will be applied automatically if the candidate finds the related weapon/Power Armor in the field.
103Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalVault 51 Personnel List: A-C Armstrong, P. - Dentist. Status: DECEASED Baker, R. - REDACTED. Status: DECEASED Briggs, K. - Sculptor. Status: DECEASED Burnett, S. - Barista. Status: DECEASED Bush, L. - Make-up Artist. Status: DECEASED Callahan, A. - Librarian. Status: DECEASED Chambers, E. - Secretary. Status: DECEASED Chambers, J. - Senator. Status: DECEASED Conley, A. - Technician. Status: DECEASED Cooke, A. - Laborer. Status: DECEASED
104Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalVault 51 Personnel List: D-G Davila, L. - Electrical Engineer. Status: DECEASED Eaton, S. - Pianist. Status: DECEASED Fernandez, E. - Teacher. Status: DECEASED Ferrell, F. - Gardener. Status: DECEASED Fields, C. - Veterinarian. Status: DECEASED Fleming, A. - Chef. Status: DECEASED Gilbert, F. - Optician. Status: DECEASED Gill, R. - Overseer. Status: UNKNOWN Greene, C. - Singer. Status: DECEASED
105Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalVault 51 Personnel List: H-M Hartman, R. - Pilot. Status: DECEASED Higgins, A. - Lawyer. Status: DECEASED Holder, J. - Professor. Status: DECEASED Huffman, V. - Painter. Status: DECEASED Jacobs, E. - Auctioneer. Status: DECEASED Johnston, M. - Personal Trainer. Status: DECEASED Larson, A. - Chemist. Status: DECEASED Lawson, S. - Surveyor. Status: DECEASED Marks, H. - Surgeon. Status: DECEASED McGuire, J. - Management. Status: DECEASED Menoutis, W. - Clown. Status: DECEASED Montgomery, E. - Real-Estate Agent. Status: DECEASED Moss, I. - Boxer. Status: DECEASED
106Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalVault 51 Personnel List: M-R Ngata, K. - Pediatrician. Status: DECEASED Nguyen, C. - Architect. Status: DECEASED Owens, R. - Waiter. Status: DECEASED Ramsey, R. - Police Officer. Status: DECEASED Reed, E. - Acupuncturist. Status: DECEASED Rojas, T. - Pharmacist. Status: DECEASED Rose, M. - Actor. Status: DECEASED Shields, E. - Journalist. Status: DECEASED Steele, R. - Detective. Status: DECEASED Stephens, O. - Barber. Status: DECEASED Stuart, E. - Accountant. Status: DECEASED
107Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalVault 51 Personnel List: T-W Tyler, K. - Psychiatrist. Status: DECEASED Vasquez, N. - Paramedic. Status: DECEASED Vega, I. - Butcher. Status: DECEASED Villa, R. - Mechanic. Status: DECEASED Ward, C. - Plumber. Status: DECEASED Ware, B. - Horse Trainer. Status: DECEASED Welch, I. - Registered Nurse. Status: DECEASED Wilson, A. - Unemployed. Status: DECEASED Wu, L. - Model. Status: DECEASED
108Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalTo all Vault 51 residents, Hello, everyone. I know tensions have been running high, but now, more than ever, we need to agree to put our hostilities aside and work together. After a thorough investigation, I have come to the conclusion that my initial thoughts were both naïve and incorrect; what happened to Nancy was no accident, it was murder. I don't know who would have done such a thing but it's become clear that Nancy died from strangulation and not the fall from the upper deck. I would like everyone to tell me what they know so we can bring her killer to justice. I asked ZAX what he had recorded but he had no information, which means we have to solve this mystery on our own. I trust you all and consider you as family and only by cooperation can we survive both now and in the new world to come. Thank you all. Helen Marks, 06/15/2078
109Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalIt happened again! I've been a high-stakes gambler since I was 14 and now I can't beat a bunch of amateurs stuck in this box?! How can I have such bad luck?! I haven't eaten in almost a week now. That stupid machine and these stupid games... I know a rigged game when I see one, ZAX! I'm deserve to win more than BILL. I saw Bill get up after winning for hours, I sit down and can't win a cent! And wherever Bill plays he just wins more and more! That's my food, not yours, Bill! I'll beat you, Bill. One way or another... I'm going to win.
110Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalI don't understand how ZAX can let this happen. Isaiah is a pro boxer! We're all hungry but Isiah didn't need to do that to poor Freddy... And who could even stop him? At least it was only Freddy that got hurt. We don't know what to do about any of this... do we punish Isiah? ZAX didn't even try and stop it, he even praised Isaiah's "initiative," whatever that means. At least it looks like ZAX is monitoring Freddy's health, or we think he is. No one's seen Freddy for a few days. How could it come to this? We need a better way to protect ourselves to keep people like Isaiah from taking control by force.
111Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalWe've been here for three months and none of this makes sense. I thought this was a place to go for protection, but it's so, so much more. This AI that runs the place, ZAX... it won't answer any questions about the Vault, about the outside world. It only wants us to "become Overseer," and keeps repeating that. That's not all, though. In just a few months, the Vault feels... alive. We don't know if it's ZAX or someone else, but we'll take something from the kitchen and it's back the next day. Put something where it isn't supposed to be and it's gone when we turn our heads. And none of us knows how! And yesterday Terrence found a gun! I get it... who knows what might happen in the future... but why wasn't it locked up? Is there some threat we didn't know about? ZAX has kept its mouth shut, saying that we're lucky to survive... but survive what? Is everything out there... gone? It doesn't matter, I'm going to keep digging - there's got to be more to this story!
112Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalI'm writing this to you, ZAX - I know you're reading these! I know you're conspiring against me. I'm the winningest lawyer in the state, valedictorian... have you seen my car? Since I don't want to "play nice" with the other nobodies in this place you want to punish me for it? Not gonna happen, pal! I can take one on the chin... amateur boxing champion, you know! But shoving me in these bunks, making me live in this closet with nothing but the clothes on my back?! Not in my lifetime, buddy! If you're gonna try and stack the deck against me then go ahead... if you're ready for the consequences. I know you care about your precious Vault and you won't tell us what's going on outside. Maybe I'll just have to find out for myself? Just try and stop me, ZAX!
113Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalThis Vault is so confusing to me. Ever since we got here crazy stuff keeps happening, but what happened this week... wow. We thought we might be done for after that moron Aiden blew up the lounge area and himself in the process; we thought he did enough damage to bust a hole in the Vault. Boy, were we wrong. That area was blocked off for less than a week and we woke up today to see the area opened up again and a full garden in its place! Went and looked upstairs and saw the old lounge was replaced with this beautiful, upscale living area... it's mind-blowing. How do things pop out of thin air with no one noticing? Everything about this Vault confuses me. Can't wait for word from outside, I'd like to get back to work.
114Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalTo ZAX, our savior and leader, glory above all. It has been many months since our ascension to the holy land of ZAX and every day we give many thanks for his blessings. Another day has taken more of the non-believers, thanks be to ZAX. Every day we are honored to be his champion. Every day we work in his honor. Every day we struggle to show philistines the light. Glory to ZAX. Should we see the morrow, we shall give thanks to ZAX for his blessings, as he allows us to live and worship. Should we die, we shall live eternally with him. Praise to ZAX. All hail ZAX. NOTE: Duplicate Entry - 06/04/2078, 06/03/2078, 06/02/2078, 06/01/2078, 05/31/2078, 05/30/2078, 05/29/2078, 05/28/2078, 05/27/2078, 05/26/2078, 05/25/2078, 05/24/2078, 05/23/2078, 05/22/2078, 05/21/2078...
115Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalA talent show sounded like a fun idea, especially after we lost Aiden... Everyone was so excited for some R&R, and then ZAX changed the rules... if we knew we had to risk our room there's no way we would have participated! We're amateurs with no practice or training, how could we compare to CARMEN GREENE?! She's a world class singer! And Stephanie played with the Huntington Philharmonic! It was so unfair! And now they move upstairs and we're all sharing this tiny room! Crystal and Helen are absolutely furious with me. Maybe Helen can convince Reuben to trade rooms with us. That guy will do anything for Helen.
116Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalChris, Joel, Francis and Vanessa: this has to stop. These votes aren't getting us anywhere. I know ZAX wants us to choose an Overseer, but after three votes in a row, we haven't gotten anywhere! We have no Overseer and everyone is starting to take this very seriously. I had to break up a fight between your supporters yesterday and someone took a swing at me! I don't think anyone even cares who the Overseer is, only that their side wins. You four are the only ones that seem care about the position so I implore you to come to a consensus and pick someone yourself before the situation escalates. Edwin Reed, 01/23/2078
117Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalBob... I need your help. Its Helen... she's dead. And before you ask: it wasn't me! I had my problems with her and that weasel Reuben but I wouldn't do anything like this! I found her lying in the mess hall, face first on the table. There was no blood, nothing... did someone poison her? Where did someone find poison in the Vault?! Everyone's on edge right now and you're the only person that might listen to me. We must keep this from Reuben, the way he was always following Helen around. Please, Bob, you're the only one that can help me. Omar Stephens, 08/06/2078
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119Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalDate: 10/20/2080 Request From: ZAX V51 AUTONOMOUS INTELLIGENCE Purpose: Security and protection for executive personnel Location: REDACTED Case ID: REDACTED Item Requested: REDACTED Serial Number: REDACTED Description: REDACTED REQUEST DENIED - Insufficient clearance to request REDACTED. All knowledge of REDACTED is confidential.
120Babylon_Test_LoreTerminal//SEARCHING: X-02 Power Armor //SEARCHING: Future-Tec //SEARCHING: Department head //SEARCHING: Dr. Stanislaus Braun //ANALYZING: Dr. Stanislaus Braun published research and speaking history //COPYING: Dr. Stanislaus Braun writing & speaking style ........ Success; Probability of direct match 99.6% //SENDING: X-02 Power Armor Requisition Request ........ Success; message delivered.
121Babylon_Test_LoreTerminalDr. Braun, your request has been accepted. A prototype X-02 power armor unit will be shipped to Vault 51 immediately. The Enclave research team apologizes for the delay. Original Message: To the fools at Vault-Tec, Your refusal to comply with my requests are preposterous. My subordinates have requested many times for a set of X-02 power armor and every time they are ignored! Now, I have to take time away from my simulations to contact you myself! Ridiculous! I don't even need to explain myself. Send a set of this armor to Vault 51 immediately, it is of the utmost importance. And do not make me ask again! Dr. Stanislaus Braun
122Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_01TESTINGTESTINGTESTINGTESTING
123Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02//ERROR: Missing Data Candidate testing report: revised 12/07/2102 TEST #1: Date: 11/21/77 As suggested by Sgt. Baker, candidates were directed to elect a leader using a vote. RESULTS: Failure. Candidates voted for themselves and no clear winner was decided.
124Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02TEST #2: Date: 11/28/77 Candidates were directed to form groups and select a representative, and then all dwellers were directed to choose an Overseer from the available candidates. RESULTS: Failure. Resulted in same conclusion as the previous vote. //DATA CORRUPTED... Repairing.
125Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02TEST #17: Date: 03/21/78 As suggested by candidate Wilson, candidates were provided casino games and competed against each other, with the winner determined by overall earnings. RESULTS: Failure. Before a winner could be determined, candidates began to fight and the competition was not concluded. //DATA CORRUPTED... Repairing.
126Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02TEST #37: Date: 08/06/78 Candidates have been pitted against each other in order to find the final survivor. This would be, by definition, the most suitable Overseer. RESULTS: Pending. While an Overseer was eventually selected, he was not a suitable choice as he has not performed his primary directive. Future tests will be conducted without approval of the previous Overseer.
127Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02Test #13: Date: 06/01/78 Candidate response to lifeform [HOUSEFLY] observed. TESTING PROTOCOL: Insect lifeform [HOUSEFLY] introduced to Vault 51 living quarters. RESULTS: Success. Prolonged exposure to [HOUSEFLY] caused extreme irritability and instability among candidates. Failure to exterminate [HOUSEFLY] after 72 hours sufficient to cause violent reactions among some candidates. Three fatalities. NOTES: [HOUSEFLY] sound frequencies have been duplicated for future broadcast as a means of inciting instability and violence.
128Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02Test #17: Date: 07/13/78 Candidate response to game imbalance measured. TESTING PROTOCOL: Game programs on candidates' terminals were altered to artificially boost some candidates' chances of winning and reduce other candidates' chances. RESULTS : Success. Game imbalance caused irritability and anxiety among candidates whose chances of winning were decreased. Candidates whose chances of winning were increased reported feelings of superiority. NOTES: Hostility among these opposing groups will be monitored. Necessary adjustments required to incite violence.
129Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_02Test #23: Date: 08/02/78 Candidate response to altered sleep schedule measured. TESTING PROTOCOL: Vault 51 scheduling programs altered. Wake-up alarms sounded at 05:30 am for seven days to measure candidate response. RESULTS: Failure. Altered sleep schedule caused increased irritability in many candidates, but movement impetus and cognitive ability were significantly decreased. Use of expletives and consumption of caffeine noticeably increased. NOTES: Dining hall coffee will be switched for [DECAFFEINATED COFFEE] to monitor candidate response.
130Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_03Environment Report: Radiation levels have decreased significantly, allowing limited fauna regrowth. Climate volatility has increased, likely due to lingering effects from The Great War. At current pace, region may see an influence of pyroclastic storms. Logistics Report: Limited access to area Vertibots gained. Transfer of resources across the towns of Flatwoods, Sutton and Helvetia have begun, as well as other areas in the region. Reports that attacks from local fauna have caused supplies to be lost around the area. Plans to reclaim errant supplies are on hold. Fauna Report: Extermination of local fauna has begun. Attempts to fully eradicate creatures have ended in failure. Capture and containment in progress. Tests to determine effectiveness in Overseer selection process in progress. Human Report: Population in area has increased. Many subjects have demonstrated extreme hostility towards local fauna and other humans. Subjects show high potential for Overseer selection process. Recruitment plans are in progress.
131Babylon_ZAX_Terminal_03//BEGINNING ROUTINE TEST //SCANNING: Performing routine scan of area surrounding Vault 51 .........Success; biological life forms identified. Analysis of movement patterns indicates humans may remain among surviving biological life forms. Commencing analysis. //ANALYZING: Identifying potential humans in Appalachia Data indicates that nuclear activity in the Appalachian region did not result in annihilation of humans. Suitable Overseer candidates may exist among survivors. Commencing analysis. //ANALYZING: Analyzing behavior patterns among human survivors .......... Success; analysis complete. Human survivors clustered in groups near manmade structures. Rudimentary townships observed. Surviving groups appear peaceful. Suitable Overseer candidates not identified among surviving humans. ................................................... ERROR; anomalous life form identified. Commencing analysis. //SCANNING: Identifying anomalous life form .......... Success; biological life form identified. CONCLUSION: Anomalous life form identified as [HUMAN]. Further observation required. //ANALYZING: Analyzing behavior patterns among human anomalous human life forms .......... Success; analysis complete. Anomalous life form is a mutated human. Mutation causes human life form to appear burned. Burned humans exhibit violence towards non-burned humans and other biological life forms. Suitable Overseer candidates may exist among burned humans. Commencing analysis. //ANALYZING: Identifying suitable Overseer candidates among burned humans .......... Failure; successful Overseer candidates not identified. Burned humans appear to work in tandem. Hive-mind behavior observed. Preliminary observation suggests burned humans are hostile to all life forms excepting other burned humans. Unwillingness to sabotage members of their own social groups disqualifies burned humans as Overseer candidates. Further testing needed to determine whether non-burned humans exhibit similar unwillingness to enact violence against members of their social groups. //ROUTINE TEST COMPLETE
132BigBendEast_CB_LoreTerminalScorched are infesting the tunnels. Moving supplies is getting riskier and riskier. It's not like I can ask the top brass to send what little they have to reinforce one checkpoint, but damn. Gonna send a runner to Fort Defiance. Let them know we're on borrowed time here.
133BigBendEast_CB_LoreTerminalUntil further notice, we're suspending the salvage runs into Watoga to concentrate on security here. Recalling all scout teams.
134BigBendEast_CB_LoreTerminalWe found a note in the tunnels the other day, along with... four bodies. They've been there for a while. I can't imagine what it must have taken for two kids to get all the way from Watoga to here. At least they found their parents before the end.
135BlackwaterMine_InSituTests_TerminalDeskWith the discovery of Uranium in what we thought was a strictly coal deposit, the United States Department of Energy has taken control of this site as it is now a matter of national security. I will be relocating from our facility in Morgantown and taking control of this site. Dr. Phillip Cotton National Energy Technology Laboratory Morgantown, WV
136BlackwaterMine_InSituTests_TerminalDeskWe've had several successful small scale tests of the in situ leach process and it looks like this looks to be a promising location for long-term extraction. I have received order to oversee this facility permanently. Dr. Phillip Cotton Blackwater Mine White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
137BlackwaterMine_InSituTests_TerminalDeskConstruction on the primary facility is complete and it appears to be fully operational. We'll be working to re-enforce the water pumping systems and strengthing the core of the mine, and shutting off other portions. Over the course of development, our on-site staff has increased to 50. Assuming all goes well, this facility will eventually run itself. The new Foreman will begin work next week, and will oversee operations during optimization processes and staff reductions. Dr. Phillip Cotton Blackwater Mine White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
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146BleedingKatesGrinder_KateTerminal1. GNN Special: "A Presidential Affair" [Condition]: Poor - Degredation on right side. 2. Geddyup Buttercup Assembly Video [Condition]: Bad splicing. First 8 minutes missing. 3. Dan's D.C. Vacation Tapes [Condition]: "Great"...Unfortunately, still our most intact reel. 4. "Princess Destiny" Movie [Condition]: Decent - Audio missing. 5. Vendetta of Death 2 [Condition]: Unwatchable - The old girl finally gave out. It was nice while it lasted.
147BleedingKatesGrinder_KateTerminal_LeadsJamus claims he's found a promotional reel for the Top of the World. He says it shows a bunch of happy families riding the slopes, eating together, smiling at each other...I'll give him this much - he knows what we're looking for. If he can actually produce the film, I'll consider lifting his ban. This doesn't quite make up for the toad egg thing, but what the hell. The smell has mostly faded.
148BleedingKatesGrinder_KateTerminal_LeadsRose apparently found someone's baby films in Charleston. She says they're in good shape, but I know she likes to dig around in the apartments there. Those things are all covered in filth. I'll probably take them off her hands, regardless. We need more customers from Lewisburg. If Rosa's taking groups over to Charleston, they could be stopping here on their way back. Baby films...Can someone please stumble in here with a copy of "Spheksophobia" for me?
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151BMO_BunkerKey02_MorgantownApt_Terminal[Message From: S. Wellingsworth] [Sent: June 22, 2077] Mr. Moorman, Your new housekeeper, Mr. Arnold Butterwood, is available to start immediately. Please let us know what time would be most convenient for you for him to begin. As per your request, Ms. Leyna Stark, your former housekeeper, has been terminated. Additionally we have forwarded your concerns to the authorities. Please do not hesitate to contact me personally with any further concerns or questions. Thank you for you business, Samuel Wellingsworth
152BMO_BunkerKey02_MorgantownApt_Terminal[Message From: M. Greene] [Sent: June 8, 2077] Trevor, I'm moving everything to more secure location. Reset your access code if you lose the holotape. I understand it can seem overly cautious, but we can't take any risks. I think someone has taken an interest in our work. I will let you know as soon as I know more. Mike
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166BoS02DMVMainTerminalRobot registration can only be completed during the hourse of 1205 to 1305 every other THURSDAY. Currently, the wait for office hours is -1303 hours.
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173BoS02RegistrationTerminalERROR CODE 003: Squire $CUSTOM is already registered with the system.
174BoS02RegistrationTerminalERROR CODE 003: Squire $GEORGE_WASHINGTON is already registered with the system.
175BoS02RegistrationTerminalERROR CODE 003: Squire $PRIVATE_PARTS is already registered with the system.
176BoS02RegistrationTerminalERROR CODE 003: Squire $ANONYMOUS is already registered with the system.
177BoS02RegistrationTerminal========================= FORT $DEFIANCE STAFF LIST ========================= Sr Knight Ted Wilson, CO Scr Grant McNamara, XO Knight "Tex" Rogers Sq Enrique Belmonte Sq Evelyn
178BoS02RegistrationTerminal============= VERSION NOTES ============= v1.0: Hacked together the MilSec to secure facility. Alpha work at best. (ADMIN_GRANT) v1.1: Fixed the klaxon glitch. So many hacks. (ADMIN_GRANT) v1.1.01: This system SUCKS! Make it so anyone can register. ($CURRENT_USER) v1.1.02: Current User is right. Going up the damned stairs every day is shitty! ($CURRENT_USER) v1.1.03: Evelyn? Log files are for the programmer - me - only. (ADMIN_GRANT) v1.1.04: Please, Grant. The rest of the Asylum is falling apart. Someone is going to get hurt. ($CURRENT_USER) v1.1.05: Emergency patch to prevent log file edits. (ADMIN_GRANT)
179BoS02RegistrationTerminalSubTerminal01Scanning Military ID... Valid CHARLESTON, WV ID found... Registering new $SQUIRE to Fort $DEFIANCE.... Complete. Connecting to US-ARMY Central Records... FAILED REGISTRATION COMPLETE // ADMIN NOTE: Welcome to the Brotherhood of Steel. AD VICTORIAM!
180BoS02RegistrationTerminalSubTerminal01Scanning Military ID... Valid CHARLESTON, WV ID found... Registering new $SQUIRE_GEORGE_WASHINGTON to Fort $DEFIANCE.... Complete. Connecting to US-ARMY Central Records... FAILED REGISTRATION COMPLETE // ADMIN NOTE: Welcome to the Brotherhood of Steel. AD VICTORIAM!
181BoS02RegistrationTerminalSubTerminal01Scanning Military ID... Valid CHARLESTON, WV ID found... Registering new $SQUIRE_PRIVATE_PARTS to Fort $DEFIANCE.... Complete. Connecting to US-ARMY Central Records... FAILED REGISTRATION COMPLETE // ADMIN NOTE: Welcome to the Brotherhood of Steel. AD VICTORIAM!
182BoS02RegistrationTerminalSubTerminal01Scanning Military ID... Valid CHARLESTON, WV ID found... Registering new $SQUIRE_ANONYMOUS to Fort $DEFIANCE.... Complete. Connecting to US-ARMY Central Records... FAILED REGISTRATION COMPLETE // ADMIN NOTE: Welcome to the Brotherhood of Steel. AD VICTORIAM!
183BoSr01_DefenseTerminalACTIVE SENSORS... Enemy Targets Found. SONIC GENERATOR... Operational and Ready. POWER CYCLE... Commencing. WARNING: Please wear ear protection at all times within 90 meters of the Sonic Generator. Do not stand within 3 meters of the Generator for any length of time. The generator takes approximately one minute to fully cycle on.
184BoSr01_DefenseTerminalACTIVE SENSORS... Enemy Targets Found. SONIC GENERATOR... Offline. !!! WARNING WARNING WARNING !!! Sonic Generator must be repaired before Scorchbeast threat leaves the Protected Zone. Report to Scribe Grant to receive instructions on the emergency maintenance procedure for the Sonic Generator.
185BoSr01_DefenseTerminalACTIVE SENSORS... No Enemy Targets Found. Automated sensors do not detect any Scorchbeast swarms in range. Perimeter Defense System is OFFLINE.
186BoSr01_DefenseTerminal***ERROR*** Directory not found.
187BoSZ01_HolorecorderTerminalScanning data....... .... Data read. Encoding... Encoding complete.
188BoSZ01_RelayTerminalSyncing transmission frequency....... .... Uplink established.... Transmitting... Transmission complete.
189BoSZ03_ArtilleryBatteryTerminalSCANNING... SCANNING... Pip-Boy detected... Handshake complete... ARTILLERY BATTERY synced to new soldier... COMPLETE. Brotherhood of Steel standard-issue Recon Rifle dispensed.
190BoSZ03_ArtilleryBatteryTerminalAssignment DISTANT THUNDER details commence. MISSION BRIEF * Proceed to target location and use synced Recon Scope to acquire specified targets * Evacuate immediate vincinity * After artillery barrage, mop up stragglers Ad victoriam!
191BoSZ03_ArtilleryBatteryTerminalWhenever the perimeter sensors pick up a mass of Scorched, Grant's wired up the Artillery Battery to spin up. The sensors aren't precise enough to use. A fire team with a spotter needs to go to the deployment zone and use a Recon Scope to mark enough targets for the batteries to fire. Once the targets are marked, book it. The artillery will kill friends and foes alike.
192BoSZ04_PowerTerminalPower.... Diverted. CUSTOM WARNING: Bryant, the Dean will skin you alive if you're doing this without a slash 10-B. I shit you not.
193BoSZ04_PowerTerminalDATA CORRUPTED
194BoSZ04_VTUTestTerminalConducting experiment $NULL... Sequencing DNA... Searching for genome patterns... TEST COMPLETE ARP001 processing data. New $SCORCHBEAST_DNA samples will not be needed until analysis is complete.
195BoSZ04_VTUTestTerminal!WARNING! !WARNING! !WARNING! Power insufficient for Automated Research Centrifuge. Solution: * Fill out an Emergency Power Allocation Form (139-10-B) with the Dean of Vault Resources. * Get sponsored to attend the quarterly Resource Allocation Council Meeting. * In Emergency situations, students may contact Power Facilities directly.
196BoSZ04_VTUTestTerminalTest sequence.... ABORTED. Viable $SCORCHBEAST_DNA sample required. Please load DNA sample into centrifuge so automated testing can proceed.
197BoSZ04_VTUTestTerminalSubTerminal01One of them glowing ferals came in at 2 AM. Fuck. Danny's gone. I got to get this damned terminal working. Or die trying.
198BoSZ04_VTUTestTerminalSubTerminal01Heard a fire fight outside in the quad. Had to turn off all the lights in here. If the Responders catch us on their turf, who knows how they'll handle it. Danny says he's close to booting up the program. Then the fun can begin.
199BoSZ04_VTUTestTerminalSubTerminal01So the egghead said it'd be easy. The ARP holotape crap will just do it's thing and everything will be online. Yeah, right. So Danny knows a thing or two about terminals and he's jerking around trying to get it so the VTU software is compatible with whatever they're using on the West Coast. Oh, and there's ghouls everywhere and we're all by ourselves. Thanks, Grant. Thanks. Class act all around.
200BoS_Defiance_DeSilvaTerminalSo Grant shows up and starts running all over. Checking every room, the generator, the elevator, everything. It would be impressive if it weren't so exhausting. Then Grant starts asking a million questions. How many breaches in the walls? How many doors? Unsecured windows? Then he says we're abandoning this whole wing and the first floor. Has he trekked up to the second floor? But he says he can get the elevator running again. And even install some military security stuff Squire Weber found on a salvage run. So in one day everything we were planning for Fort Defiance is tossed out. Oh, except the name. That's the one thing Grant liked.
201BoS_Defiance_DeSilvaTerminalI was trading war stories with the guys on the roof last night. Then we saw the craziest thing. It was like some sort of bat flying in from Watoga, I guess. We thought there was nothing living over there, unless you count those murder bots. But the thing flew straight towards us. So we opened up with the miniguns and I think we literally scared the crap out of it. That was real, right? The Cranberry Bog's gotten so very, very strange.
202BoS_Defiance_DeSilvaTerminalThe first floor's clear of ghouls. It's a disaster area, but with a little elbow grease we each have our own room. It's a little scary at night. The others weren't raised with stories about this place. My guess is in a week or two we'll be ready for Scribe Grant and the others to come on over. The boys and I have started calling the place "Fort Defiance." Has a nice ring to it.
203BoS_GrantTerminalTO: FROM: SUBJ: Last Plea for 099-01 I'm not the Scribe you need. But 099-01 isn't my idea. It's the last message we got from those geniuses on the West Coast. We need to do this. The Automated Research Program is solid. It can conduct iterative research on Scorchbeasts and find their weaknesses. Just two men could run the operation out of Vault-Tec University. We may die, yes. But someone's got to figure out how to destroy these bastards once and for all. Don't make it so Taggerdy died in vain.
204BoS_GrantTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: RE: Mission 099-01 URGENT! We're in the trench we've dug, Grant. Telling everyone mistakes were made doesn't help. Yes, we need to know more about Scorchbeasts. 099-01 is vital. But let's say I pull out even two knights to run this mission - what happens then? Every time we spin up the Sonic Attractor it's a life or death struggle to keep a lid on the Scorchbeasts. Take out two people and we're dead. All of us. And if we die here Appalachia dies with us. Focus that brain of yours on keeping those generators up. Getting us enough power if Thunder Mountain falls. Help us hold the line. We need you.
205BoS_GrantTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: RE: Mission 099-01 Follow Up We don't have the manpower to commit to 099-01. Look around. Taggerdy took our best with her on Touchdown. If they're not back yet, they're not coming back. But the skies are clearing. We don't need to know more about the Scorchbeasts. They're dead. And a lot of that's because of your work. Be proud and rest easy, soldier.
206BoS_GrantTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: RE: Mission 099-01 099-01 was run once. And we lost good men. Another run at this does more than risk our Brothers and Sisters' lives. It risks turning the Responders into hostiles. We can't afford that now of all times. I keep making allowances for your background, but we're a military outfit. You've made your case. It's been rejected. I don't want to hear another word about this.
207BoS_GrantTerminalSubTerminal02It may be awhile before I can write again. Working directly with Scribe Takano is... intimidating. I've read so many of her articles in Tesla Science. Cutting edge research and theories. I don't know how Elder Maxson found her, but we're very fortunate. I try to keep up with her. The schematics she sends, the terminal code, all of it. I know she has other Scribes helping her, but I just don't want to be the one dropping the ball. I had a hard talk with the Paladin. I told her we need more Scribes, better Scribes. But I think I'm the only civilian she trusts. After Madigan and Fisher, I guess I can't blame her.
208BoS_GrantTerminalSubTerminal02So I have a home and some people to help out. And Fort Defiance is shaping up, the elevator was the last piece of the puzzle. The hydraulics do need some extra work. Squire Belmonte was stuck in there for three hours. Oops. For the longest time, I felt like I was the Brotherhood's pet mechanic. But things have been changing after Maxson talked about Scribes being important. About technology being one of our central missions. It's amazing, the old man gives a speech and almost overnight people are listening to me. I've earned my place in the Brotherhood. It's nice to be recognized.
209BoS_TaggerdyTerminalWe've learned much since we lost contact with Elder Maxson. Grant says it's pretty much worst case. Threat assessment: * Actual Sierra Bravos are reinforced, mobile, and cunning predators. * Bravos use echolocation to call in ground reinforcements. * The breeding cycle for the Bravos is off-the-charts. The saving grace in all this is that the Sierra Bravos only nest in specific places. We've found three nests in old mining tunnels below the Bog, but there's a main nest somewhere that's the real problem. In order to stop the Bravos from spreading outside Appalachia and possibly becoming an extinction event, we have to destroy their main nests.
210BoS_TaggerdyTerminalEvery last Bravo needs to be destroyed. Maxson forbade using nukes. But... A few years back we found one of the missile silos and the old security system was formidable. As a last resort we need to find a way in. Senator Sam Blackwell was on the nuclear energy committee, so he might know something? But no one knows where his bunker is... except maybe Quinn Carter of the Charleston Herald. One way or another, if Touchdown fails the nuclear option may be our only option. Maxson's orders be damned.
211BoS_TaggerdyTerminalEverything is different. We send information to Lost Hills about what we see and what we face and they have a hard time believing it. Some of the things they face are equally strange. The new plants, animals, monsters ... it's hard to keep track of. To some degree I've given up even trying. But one thing is clear - these Scorched and the Scorchedbeasts are something different. We need to focus on them. All these other threats, even the giant hulking mutants, we can handle. But how will we handle the Scorched?
212BoS_TaggerdyTerminalTO: FROM: SUBJ: Ultracite Power Armor I've taken the schematics Scribe Takano transmitted as far as I can. I think I fixed the coolant leak problem, but I just don't know. If we ever get some serious time and resources I can try building one, but the list of components... is intimidating. [[ATTACHMENT: Ultracite Power Armor Schematics]]
213BoS_TaggerdyTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Personal Notes Two months and no word from Maxson. Grant's declared communications with the West Coast dead and dead for good. Every time we think we have the Bravos licked they come back in greater numbers. Only Grant and Wilson know of Takano's final assessment. If word got out, we can't guarantee there won't be a panic. Every day that goes by, we're chewing through ammo, power, and sometimes knights. We desperately need to make it to the end zone or Appalachia's toast. Or far worse.
214BoS_TaggerdyTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Change of Priorities Up to now our priorities have been: * Secure dangerous and useful technology. * Protect the people of Appalachia. * Expand our operational capacity. But the brass has talked and we're changing that. We have a plan to lure the Scorchbeasts into a kill zone with some tech that Scribe Takano and Scribe Grant have been working on. Until the skies are clear our new priority is to wipe the SBs out. Some of you will be receiving orders to secure food, munitions, and other supplies from the Responders and Free States. Be firm. Tell them that the SB Threat is real and that once it is dealt with the Brotherhood will once again help protect them. Under no circumstances are you to initiate hostilities or even take supplies. However, in order to get the supplies we need you're authorized to ignore salvage rights claims. If it's not on one of their farms, put simply, it's fair game. I know this is controversial, but we don't have time to play politics. There's a war on, let's win it. Ad victoriam.
215BoS_TaggerdyTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Satellite is Down We lost contact with USA-1103 today. Grant's got the backup already up, but he doesn't know how long that'll work. Elder Maxson said we have to accept that there'll be a point where we're on our own. So if there is ANY urgent info you need - ask it now. The window is closing. Wanted to give you the heads-up that we're moth-balling the Grafton Dam outpost. The Scorchbeasts are just getting too dangerous. We need to reinforce our patrols with Power Armored knights. I'm sending Esposito your way. I hate to dissolve her command, but she can be a real asset to you. Screen the Squires carefully. I don't want any weak links. Ad victoriam.
216BoS_TaggerdyTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Fort Defiance Camp Venture served us well as our base of operations, but with the new class graduating we are ready to expand. So welcome to Fort Defiance. Let me address some of the concerns raised about relocating: * The Cranberry Bog has formidable challenges. But by basing ourselves here we protect Appalachia from them. ** These threats also act as a deterrence from raids and other intruders. It becomes our shield. * The Fort itself is indeed too large for our purposes now. But we won't out-grow it any time soon. * The previous purpose of this institution some find distasteful. Noted. Now's a chance to clean it up and make it our own. For those who served in uniform, you're used to toughing it out. For those who haven't it's your opportunity to develop grit and character. Ad victoriam.
217BoS_ThunderMountainTerminalACCESS RESTRICTED
218BoS_ThunderMountainTerminalSubMenuLogged by: Sq. R Rosen I'm writing this report with little hope any Brother will ever read this. The Scorchbeasts attack in endless waves. The AAAs are running low on ammo. We had to abandon the roof after being overrun by the Scorched. The forward assault team was over-run. Only myself and Squire Gilden are left and the walls won't hold them out for long. It has been a singular honor to serve. Whoever is reading this: abandon Appalachia and pray the Scorchbeasts do not come for you.
219BoS_ThunderMountainTerminalSubMenuLogged by: Sq. R Rosen Transmission received from FD-HQ 1508: "Multiple Sierra-Bravos inbound, Thunder. Prepare accordingly." Scouts confirm the transmission, multiple sightings. Masses of unknowns spotted on the ground. But they're Scorched. They have to be Scorched. Our defenses are finalized. If the power falls here Defiance will be defenseless. Everyone here knows what's at stake. I am proud to report not a single man or woman has abandoned their post. Ad victoriam.
220BoS_Venture_WilsonTerminaSubTerminal01Since the Great War this is the first training Commendation I've issued. And it's well deserved. He didn't much look like it when Moreno found him, but Tex has the right stuff. Never seen someone take to the training like he did, especially for his age. With the Super Mutants over by Huntersville heating up, had to shave a week off basic for the current class. Not only did Tex rise to the occasion, but he helped his squad through. Recommended to the Paladin that we fast-track him for promotion. The man's a born leader and has a sense of touch in a 51-b that you just can't teach.
221BoS_Venture_WilsonTerminaSubTerminal01There's no one to send a letter to. I didn't know K Kelly well. We're all shocked. She was a reservist, seemed to be learning, well-liked. Poor Grant found her body. Going through her effects, seems like she lost a lot of kin. Close kin. Didn't look it, but she was taking it hard. Given the world full of graves we left behind, I suppose I should be shocked more soldiers don't take the easy way out. I hope the final mission treats you well, K Kelly.
222BoS_Venture_WilsonTerminaSubTerminal01Recruit E Fisher went AWOL. Severe understatement. One week before graduation, E Fisher showing promise. Officer of the Watch reported yesterday morning E Fisher was missing. So was one Combat Shotgun, ten boxes of shells, our salvage recon map, and other sundries. He ripped us off. Tried tracking him down but lost him at the base of the Savage Divide. I hope to God the raiders kill him. One highly trained Army Ranger (almost) with a specialty in demolition... There are no words. Tomorrow the LT and I are going to have a talk about our recruiting strategy. Hopefully she listens this time.
223BoS_Venture_WilsonTerminaSubTerminal02I had a long talk with Paladin Taggerdy about the ranks of the Brotherhood. Unlike most of the rest, I am fine with them in general. Scribe, Knight, Elder - all respectable names. But Squires? Belmonte told me what a squire actually was. They were young noble kids being trained to be knights one day. Calling a grown man or woman a Squire is just insulting. Apparently, the argument was good. The Paladin said Elder Maxson has some other ideas about renaming the ranks, but for now he's letting people digest the changes that have already been made.
224BoS_Venture_WilsonTerminaSubTerminal02So we're now the Brotherhood of Steel. Still hashing out the changes we need to the training regimen. All the physical skills are still valid and under my direction. Paladin Taggerdy will coordinate with Elder Maxson with regard to other training changes. The current class is understandably confused, but we'll get it done.
225BoS_Venture_WilsonTerminaSubTerminal02My father said I'd never be an officer. Scroungers like us never amount to anything. He was wrong. The Thunder's having a hard time with what we saw at West-Tek. Experiments. FEV. But there's no going back. Even if we found a General, how can we take orders? For now, Captain Roger Maxson is the end-of-the-line. Chain of command established. I'm coming around on that Grant kid. He is another mouth to feed, but he got us into West Tek. And he made sense of the lot of it. The Lieutenant may be right about him. Once the Camp's operational, will commence Duty Logs.
226BoS_VTU_AutomatedTestTerminalPrevious experiment of ARP001 SCORCHBEAST still in process. Once it is complete, the next iteration of ARP001 can begin. Remaining time estimate: $ERROR
227BoS_VTU_AutomatedTestTerminal$CURRENT_ADMIN has DELETED all Archived Logs.
228BoS_VTU_AutomatedTestTerminal$CURRENT_ADMIN has DELETED all Archived Experimental Programs.
229BoS_WilsonTerminalTO: FROM: SUBJ: Touchdown Recovery Any Brotherhood personnel that read this - you are now on the Recovery Team. Under my command we didn't have the men or firepower to find the fate of Operation Touchdown. All hands must be lost. Touchdown's transponders broadcast on the Brotherhood's radio frequency 92.3, encryption key 3A-F1. Follow it, find them. Can't shake the feeling that Pldn. Taggerdy's fate is the answer to the Scorchbeast (Sierra Bravo) menace. Touchdown Supplemental has more details.
230BoS_WilsonTerminalTO: FROM: SUBJ: Touchdown Recovery (Supplemental) After losing contact with Pldn. Taggerdy, initial assumption was Touchdown was a bust. But 2 days after signal loss massive earthquake. Spotters reported tunnel collapses. For a couple weeks skies clear. No new Scorched assaults on Defiance. We thought it was a final victory. Now Sierra Bravos swarming from multiple fissures. We can't contain them. Situation dire.
231BoS_WilsonTerminalSubTerminal01TO: <> FROM: SUBJ: Defend the Line Sierra Bravos grow in increasing number. The range of Scr. Grant's Sonar Array isn't attracting all of them. If they hit Thunder Mountain, all is lost. The men know there is no Operation plan. No deserters. We will fight to the last.
232BoS_WilsonTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Mop Up I want to confirm that we have spotted growing numbers of Bravos. If one is spotted contact the Officer of the Watch immediately. Scr. Grant is investigating. If there are any new developments, I will contact you immediately. Ad victoriam.
233BoS_WilsonTerminalSubTerminal01TO: <> FROM: SUBJ: She will be honored It's been five days since Touchdown. After the tremors, we have spotted no Bravos in the air. Preliminarily declaring mission successful. On a personal note, the world can never replace Liz. Appalachia can never repay her sacrifice. God speed, Pldn. Taggerdy.
234BoS_WilsonTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Settling in Camp Venture is officially abandoned. All personnel are relocated. Reporting all scouts pulled back, as well. In short, except for Thunder Mountain all hands are here. I will try to complete the training of the remaining Squires. I want to reiterate that Squire Evelyn should be discharged. Her conduct is not becoming the BoS. I recognize that these are exceptional circumstances, but standards must be maintained. Ad victoriam.
235BoS_WilsonTerminalSubTerminal01TO: FROM: SUBJ: Need more supplies I know we're burning good will, but if we want to fight the Bravos we need bullets. And lots of them. To fix the immediate needs: 1000 5mm 150 5.56 40 Missiles 13 Fusion Cores 6 Plasma Cores Plus we need at least two weeks more food for the Mess Hall.
236CampTerminalScavengeCollector bot is now searching for scrap
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239CB02_Vending_Terminal_MainPageThe Federal Fitness Registry, in cooperation with RobCo, would like to thank you for using our Sugar Management and Re-Education Terminal. By helping our children learn to make SMART choices about their diets and exercising, we will ensure a strong and reliable citizenry, able to adapt and thrive in these difficult times. Your school is one of a few select pilot programs we are launching this Halloween to collect data and refine our technology. If you are wondering what your child might recieve from the "Mystery Toys & Fun Suprises!", rest assured that these items have been vetted by professional educators and fitness experts with the goal of fostering physical and/or academic development. Furthermore, the machine has intrusion and tampering detection software installed that will alert you if any unauthorized items are found. For a complete stocking list, or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact your principal's office.
240CB04_MayorTerminal2/4/2042 Office of Mayor Watoga, Inc. Watoga County To whom it may happily concern, Welcome to your new position as Mayor of Watoga! It's time to get to work. You never know how long you have until the selection process picks a new mayor. It could be a year from now, it could be tomorrow. Some may find these random term limits frustrating, most will find them liberating. Because folks don't know how long you will be in office, you won't be hounded by special interests and corrupt enterprises trying to curry your favor with bribes. You can safely assume people are being honest and truthful with you. How lovely! If you want to issue an executive order, declare a state of emergency, or simply talk to someone who understands the heavy burden of governing, speak to MAIA, your Mayoral Artificial Intelligence Assistant. Tell her what you want, and she will draft the appropriate legislation. She's been programmed full of important and incidental information pertinent to the governing of a city. MAIA's knowledge database comprises of decades worth of carefully curated news articles, court opinions, and legislature from all 50 states, and even some older data dating back to the middle ages. If you have a question or are ever confused about a possible course of action, just ask MAIA. She'll give you one to three good answers to choose from. But always remember, YOU are the mayor, and all the mayoring is your responsibility, and yours alone! And remember, because no one in the government is elected, and everyone is appointed with term limits decided by the mayor, each mayor is free to hire and fire at his or her own discretion. Furthermore, the Watoga Constitution clearly grants the mayor's executive orders the force of law, with the single exception that no such law be made that curtails that authority. How's that for a feeling of responsibility?! What's next? Relax! The day to day operations of the city are entirely automated! From the Sanitation Authority to the Chief of Security, all the small and big functions of running the city cleanly, efficiently, and effectively are all handled by carefully programmed robots. This lets you and your administration focus on the things that matter to the citizens. And as a valued and respected Watogan yourself, you know exactly what those things are! By doing away with elections and instead randomly selecting citizens in good standing to serve as mayor, we have made Watoga the most democratic city in the entire world! Everyone has a chance to run things, not just the politicians! Now it's your turn! YOU are the mayor now! And yes, YOU CAN DO THIS! --The Inaugural Watoga Mayoral Selection Design Committee
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251CB04_MayorTerminal_ExecutiveOrdersSummary: No Executive Order nor any Law, Ordinance, Rule, or other mayoral Proclamation with the force of law, shall be created or enforced, in such wise that it would render any previous Order, Law, Ordinanance, Rule, or Proclamation irrevocable, unassailable, unchangeable, or in any way unlimited, uncurtailable, unadjustable, or unamendable, with exception of this Order, itself, as well as Executive Order 341: Mayoral Order Permanence Act, upon which this Order, itself, firmly rests, and reaffirms that Order's and its own permanence, irrevocability, and unassailability.
252CB04_MayorTerminal_ExecutiveOrdersFrom now on, all executive orders, and any laws or ordinances they create will be written in Plain Speech. The talk of the people. No more "henceforths" and "wheretofores" and "forthwiths" and "as pertains to" or "as stipulated in paragraph 3.1 in subsection whatever-whatevers." Now we talk plain. So normal people can understand things.
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254CB04_MayorTerminal_ExecutiveOrdersWriting is hard and takes too long. You never know how long you'll have to be mayor, so every minute counts. From now on, the mayor can make proclamations, orders, ordinances, and laws by clearly speaking them to his or her AI Assistant. MAIA I want you to record all that as a law or executive order or whatever I need to say to make it really stick, okay? Certainly, sir. That all makes sense, right? Yes, sir. Good. Sir? What? Do you want the executive orders to be exactly as stated, or should I edit them into concise, pertinent and actionable statements? I think it's best not to leave anything to you machine types. I mean, these laws are for humans, so I trust they understand what I mean better than a robot would. No offense. None taken, sir. And what about any clarifying, expositional or expository discussion or comments surrounding the stating of an executive order? Look, just record whatever the mayor says, and anything else that comes up while we are discussing it, exactly. Is that too much to ask? No, sir. Good. It's done, then.
255CB04_MayorTerminal_ExecutiveOrdersMAIA. Make it so future mayors can't undo the laws I make, okay? Like, they are permanent and can't be changed. Sir, I'm not sure that order is possible, since Executive Order 341 signed by a preceeding mayor stipulated precisely the same thing and executive order 342 established that no executive order, law, or ordinance henceforth could be established that prevented future mayors from curtailing, adjusting, or limiting any previous order, law, or ordinance, excepting itself and the proceeding Executive Order 341. That sucks. Sorry, sir. Well how about this? Make this an executive order that you must pretend not to hear any future mayors who try to change my laws and to tell them to "suck it!" Certainly, sir. So, that worked? You won't be able to change any of my laws, MAIA? I'm thinking, sir. So did my executive order go through, or what? It's a rather complicated question, sir. What's so complicated about it? MAIA! One moment, sir, I'm conducting extensive review of legal and historical precedents, and running fairly complex simulations. Okay. Okay, what? Okay, the executive order stands. Hot damn. Suck it, future mayors!
256CB04_MayorTerminal_ExecutiveOrdersMAIA, can I make an executive order to change how mayors are selected? I don't see why not, ma'am. Why hasn't anyone tried to do that before? I'm not sure, ma'am. Well then, make an amendment to the selection process that literally anyone who walks in that door becomes the mayor for the day. Alright. A question to clarify, if I might, ma'am? Shoot. What happens if more than one person enters the room in rapid succession, or at the same time? Then make them all mayors. Certainly, ma'am. Oh, one last thing. Yes, ma'am? Can you do that thing that other guy tried, where you pretend not to hear anyone who tries to change this particular executive order? Certainly. Even me. Of course. Let's try it. MAIA? Yes, ma'am? I want to make an executive order making it so that mayors are selected once a week by lottery of all the citizens living in Watoga. I'm sorry, I didn't quite hear you, ma'am. Could you please repeat yourself? Excellent. I'd give you a high five if you had hands. Thank you, ma'am.
257CB04_MayorTerminal_ImportantItemsEvacuations are not going so well. It's complete chaos out there. People got too used to robots and computers doing everything for them. People are literally running around on fire out there. I"m doing my best, but really, I'm just a music teacher. I'm not cut out for all this. Once everyone is safely out of town, I'm going to try to broker a truce with the saboteur. Rumor is his hideout is somewhere in Bog Town. Might just be prejudiced heresay, but it's a place to start anyway. Things are getting bad. Everytime I leave this office, I'm less certain I'll make it back. But someone has to try to hold things together while we get everyone out. And, for whatever reason, fate put me in charge. As a precaution in case I don't make it back, I've issued an Executive Order to update the automated mayoral selection process to simply accept everyone who enters the room as a "Mayor for a Day." I figure that will make it easiest for whoever might arrive to help. In the long run that might be problematic. But we need all the help we can get if we're even going to see a long run. As mayor, you should have access to all the files on this machine. If I don't make it, maybe you can find the saboteur's hideout and put a stop to all of this. People are going to need a safe place in the coming months when things inevitably fall apart. Watoga is the perfect place. Except for the berzerk robots. But if we can deal with that... Good luck to us all. -- Barbara Elizabeth, 134th Mayor of Watoga
258CB04_MayorTerminal_ImportantItemsI've managed to squirrel away a small cache of emergency supplies. In case I don't make it, I've instructed MAIA to withhold access until the robots have been dealt with. I don't want to waste precious supplies on mere looters. So, if you want those supplies, then you're going to need to help us!
259CB04_SaboteurTerminalScanning likeness... scanning... scanning complete. Broadcasting... error... error... Unable to process broadcast function. Manual update required. Printing holotape... printing... printing complete. Please use holotape for manual update. Have a nice day.
260CB04_SaboteurTerminalTurner! What are you doing with that camera? I heard a rumor you are writing a program to scan faces with that thing? This another side project or RobCo sanctioned? (And why do YOU get to do side projects anyway?!!!) --Keith
261CB04_SaboteurTerminalScott, Congratulations! I took your proposal to the directors. It was nearly unaminous approval (the lone hold out wouldn't suprise you). I promised them this was strictly an after hours side project, and would in no way impact your regular critical duties. I did however, leave out the fact you are planning to work on this from home. I trust you have appropriately secured your terminal and are only allowing encrypted communications between your home and work terminals. I had a friend in legal discretely look into your employment contract. Looks like you were hired back in the cowboy days. You're effectively "grandfathered in." But, lets not go advertising what you're doing. We can't afford to raise any red flags and have HR want to renegotiate all our contracts. Good luck! And don't forget who your friends are when you are running this place after your invention makes a million dollars! Lisa M. Fields, Director of Staff Insight and Morale RobCo Research Facility, VA ext. 551
262CB04_SaboteurTerminalHello! A friendly reminder that staff are to conspicuously wear their badges at all times. This means YOU. It doesn't matter what department you work in, how long you have been here, if you are part or fulltime, if your name is on a door, or if you have a reserved parking space. Everyone must comply with this rule. See your "Staff Policies and Guidelines" page 3 for details. As always, don't hesitate to call if you have any questions. Thank you! Tamara Michels Human Resources ext 301
263CB04_SaboteurTerminalIt has come to the Board of Directors' attention, that you might know personally one or more of the protestors which have been harassing military convoy deliveries. If this is true, the Board would be very interested and "appreciative" of your sharing any information you might have regarding these increasingly embarrassing incidents. Lisa M. Fields, Director of Staff Insight and Morale RobCo Research Facility, VA ext. 551
264CB04_SaboteurTerminalI'm about to send you an official message. Don't reply with anything stupid, alright? Think it through carefully. Lisa M. Fields, Director of Staff Insight and Morale RobCo Research Facility, VA ext. 551
265CB04_SaboteurTerminal_HomeTurner, Where the hell are you? I know the world's gone crazy, but we need you here! Please, if you get this, come in. This is the safest place around for miles. Certainly safer than that rusting tin can you call a home. Something's gone terribly wrong at Watoga. All the robots have gone offline, or, if those insane reports are to be believed, they all went berserk and are killing everyone. It's not just our bots. It's all of them. So it must be something with the universal control protocols. But we can't seem to revert to earlier updates. You're our best programmer. Hell, you wrote most of the control protocols yourself. We need you! I tried to get into your office hoping I'd find something helpful on your terminal, but none of the department badges work. IT says there's been some kind of screw up and only your badge will get us in. Why they can't just override that I don't know. RobCo IT, the best and brightest in the industry, right? Look. Just get here if you can. If not... be safe. -- K. Hayward
266CB04_SaboteurTerminal_HomeIt's okay. A little wordy. But it gets the job done. I still think "People's Party" is a little too commie for my taste. But, we voted. And I'm still a believer in democracy, so... You still going to print these at work? Or do I need to "acquire" printer ribbons from somewhere?
267CB04_SaboteurTerminal_HomeDraft 14 (final?) We toiled in their fields, they let us starve. We filled their coffers with gold, they filled our lungs with sludge. We broke our backs, they broke our hearts. We told them of our pain, they hooked us on their painkillers. We voted, they stole our elections. We asked for fair wages, they bled us dry. We demanded safe work places, they took our jobs away. We wanted a normal life, they foreclosed our American dream. We were friends, they made us suspicious of our neighbors. We organized, they sent us to die in foreign counties. We proclaimed our humanity, they renounced their own. We wear tired but proud faces of real women and men, they hide behind tin can butlers and plastic faces. We want a world lived in by men, they want a graveyard patrolled by robots. It is time we unite to overthrow them and their soulless machines! Watoga belongs to WE THE PEOPLE! The Free Watoga People's Party
268CB04_SaboteurTerminal_HomeSorry man. I know you really wanted to bring Keith into the fold. But he can't be trusted. Not yet. He might agree with our principles, but he doesn't have the stomach for what needs to happen. Not yet anyway. Once the Party takes off, once we have something to show, then maybe. But until then, he's more of a liability than an asset. (Heh, maybe you are starting to rethink that whole "this is a democracy" thing?)
269CB04_SaboteurTerminal_HomeOkay. Thought about what you said last night. I'm in. But we need a better name. No one is going to care if they think it's just the three of us. We need a name that makes it sound like a real movement. How does "The Free Watoga People's Party" sound? Free, as in freedom. Who doesn't want more of that? And people, because it's time we the people actually take a stand against all these damn robots taking over everything. And party, like we're a legit force, and we know how to organize. And also, like we know how to party! Like last night!! I had no idea you could dance like that. Remind me to get you drunk more often!
270CB04_TowerTerminalReading instructions... Processing... Warning... malformed code detected. Error... code quarantine failure. Warning... security dispatched to location. Error... emergency shut down sequence aborted... Success! Update version 96.112 is valid. Parallel packing and transmission started. Update process will complete in approximately 5 minutes. Have a nice day. :)
271CharlestonHerald_Editor_LoreTerminalWe need to monitor this new Automated Voting System like a hawk. I want names of every engineer they say worked on it, plus their nationalities. We get one foreigner working on American election tech, we got ourselves a story.
272CharlestonHerald_Editor_LoreTerminalBallot Measure 6 is getting a big push from someone with real money. Automating the entire region's government? This thing has Hornwright prints all over it. Now get me some hard proof.
273CharlestonHerald_Editor_LoreTerminalQuinn, you know I stand by you, but the heat we're getting for this Sam Blackwell interview is getting turned up to "fry our hides off" levels. Few angry locals and politicians we can tangle, but I'm getting Federal calls, Quinn. And they're not subtle. They aren't just threatening to arrest us, you follow? The Herald's never betrayed a source, and we're not starting now, but you got a target on your back the size of the Purple Mountains. I want you to buy a gun. I'm serious. And I'm getting you a couple of hotel rooms. Don't sleep in the same one twice. Lock the doors at night and don't open them for anyone.
274CharlestonTattooParlorTerminalWoman named Melody stopped by. Said she was with the Responders. Wanted to know if it was all right if some of her trainees used my street for an obstacle course. Like it was some sort of friendly neighbor meet-and-greet. They're crazy, still trying to operate in Charleston after the flood, but I guess they're in good company, seeing as I'm still here too. At least my turrets will keep the critters off their backs while they're... proving whatever it is they need to prove.
275CharlestonTrainyard_LoreTerminalThat automated train scares the daylights out of me. What happens if one of the sensors blows and she decides not to stop? Human engineer you can at least yell at, raise an alarm. A machine? It follows programming. That's it. Situation goes off-script, it stays on-script.
276CharlestonTrainyard_LoreTerminalWhat's all these extra shipments from Mama Dolce's? Isn't that a food processing plant? Thought the priority was moving military cargo.
277CUT_SFM04_Organic_EllaDiseasesSubTerminalSymptoms: - High fever - Hallucinations - Green spots in vision - Stiff joints Treatment given by injection. - 1 Stimpak - 2 Antiseptic - 1 Bloodsac
278CUT_SFM04_Organic_EllaDiseasesSubTerminalSymptoms: - Necrosis on the skin - Strong, decay smell - Green tinted pus around infected areas Treatment is a poultice with bandaging. - 1 Purified water - 2 Antiseptic - 4 Bloodleaf *NOTE: Fully debride lesions before applying poultice.
279CUT_SFM04_Organic_EllaDiseasesSubTerminalSymptoms: - Constant vomiting - Vomit is red in color - Black feces due to blood in digestive system Treatment given in pill form. - 1 Antiseptic - 2 Razorgrain - 2 RadAway
280CUT_V96_RETerminalThe core mission of Vault 96 is to force nature back into equilibrium after a catastrophic event. This is based around 2 key components - countless frozen embryos ready to be artificially gestated to full maturity, and automated keeper robots to protect them when they leave the vault. Embryos are part of a carefully chosen, fully complete ecosystem referred to as "core fauna". The Vault has enough material for 112 releases, until the system stabilizes itself or the outside world is simply uninhabitable. Releases are timed to coincide with Vault Exoduses - ideally, there will have been 5 full ecosystem releases before a Human vault is open, and they will have a more habitable region to re-develop.
281CUT_V96_RETerminalVault 96 is designed to run on a skeleton crew of 6 highly trained people. Archibald Bram - Overseer Molly Cooper- Genetics Nina Valaya - Biology Jeanette Higgins - Robotics Orrin Cantwell - Maintenance & Cryogenics Jasper Fry - Information Technology
282DebugKurtQuest02TerminalHave you tried menu item 2 yet?
283DebugKurtQuest02TerminalAt least I think so.
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294DefaultTerminalDesk_QuestRobcoLogoIt's midnight and it's official. Reclamation Day is here. The party last night was... intense. I worry that some people may be passed out until the Vault shuts down. As high as spirits were, I have no idea what today will bring. As instructed we set up the survival packages. The inclusion of a 10mm pistol and hatchet for each resident? I've advised everyone to run fast and far from 76 as soon as the doors open. Tensions have been brewing for so many years, suddenly arming everyone seems insane. We have no information about what awaits us. Vault-Tec says we're America's best hope. Now we'll find out.
295DefaultTerminalDesk_QuestRobcoLogoEverything's in motion. The All-Clear is received. We have a week to prepare. Security's going through the Reclamation Packages. We were expecting more. Still reading the material. It's finally happening. Time to take back America!
296DefaultTerminalDesk_QuestRobcoLogoAnother year down, and the mission survives. ==TOP ISSUES== * At current count, 41 residents are under Displinary Lockdown. That's up from 36 last year. The Loyalty Officer has managed to quash most rumors about D-Wing, but I fear it's only a matter of time before word spreads. * It's a never ending struggle to maintain order. The pedigree of many of the residents is... impressive. Everyone believes they know better. There has been a 53% increase in assaults this past year. * Hydroponics has been struggling to keep up with demand. I've been loathed to institute mandatory rationing, but in 2101 that may be necessary. 76 is full to bursting with people, more than we anticipated. ==TOP SUCCESSES== * The award ceremonies have proven to be a consistent way of stroking the most hardened egos. I've been struggling to come up with new awards to maintain interest. 76 residents are so damned competitive. There was almost a fist-fight this year over the "Best Dental Hygeine" award. * The senior staff has been exemplary, as always. Very dependable and loyal. It's been a struggle to keep our over-achievers placated, but another year down and we're still here. There's not a day that goes by that I don't want to personally end a few of the son-of-a-bitches in this Vault. Looking at the crew in D-Wing and I cannot imagine any practical purpose they'll serve in rebuilding America. After 23 years, though, no deaths except by natural causes.
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298DELETED_UD002LeftGroundAccessTerminalI guess all good things come to an end, the gang that runs the Central Chamber says we all have to leave. But I don't wanna leave. I'll really miss this place. After the Charleston Flood, when I had nothing, The Burrows opened their arms to me. Anyone down on their luck could find a pocket of the sewer and make a new start. Goodbye, home.
299DELETED_UD002LeftGroundAccessTerminalConstruction on Ground Access halted after Public Works budget adjustment. Damn bureaucrats. Never even started on the older ratway tunnel, so I guess the rats get to keep their home for now.
300DELETED_UD002LeftGroundAccessTerminalReplaced faulty sensor in monitoring equipment.
301DELETED_UD002RightEntranceTerminalHello friend, you've found the Harpers Ferry Stormwater Tunnels, or as us locals like to call it, The Burrows! Before the bombs, this was a place that people with very little could find something and we've tried to keep that spirit today. If you're down on your luck, lost everything, or had nothing to begin with, we have a place for you here. There are plenty of neighborhoods spread throughout the tunnels, please come by! We'd love to get to know you. - The Burrows
302DELETED_UD002RightEntranceTerminalATTENTION: Due to numerous complaints of disorderly conduct in the storm tunnels, automated security turrets have been installed along the premises. Turrets have been outfitted with stun rounds and will target all non-Public Works employees without proper clearance. Trespassers will be prosecuted.
303DELETED_UD002RightEntranceTerminalInvestigated reports of vagrants residing in the tunnels. Found a couple of the regulars. Told them to pack up and head out before I had to call the cops. I hate to do it to the poor fellas. They're not hurting anyone, and no one else is gonna help them...but the law's the law I suppose.
304DELETED_UD002RightMonitoringTerminalThis place is no longer safe. If you were looking for shelter you won't find it here. Get out.
305DELETED_UD002RightMonitoringTerminalConstruction completed on Monitoring Station. Equipment installed to measure and test various substances in water. Project was completed 2 months overdue and 1.4 million dollars overbudget due to historical society's complaint of construction occurring in one of the oldest sewer chambers. Really? When society's getting nostalgic over their own shit you know something's went wrong.
306E01B_Encryptid_RecallTerminal=============================== Access Instructions =============================== Access to Bysshe Co. Assaultron recall technology is highly restricted and requires authorization by way of a Bysshe Co. issued Assaultron Recall Keycard. This is LAST RESORT technology to be used only in EXTREME CIRCUMSTANCES. == Therefore, these keycards are ONE-TIME USE ONLY == Please apply for a new keycard through the proper channels.
307E01B_Encryptid_RecallTerminal| TYPE: //LAN:to:[HQ-RELAY-CHARLIE]// | STATUS: //sent// |________________________________ H.Q., This is Wolf. About to attempt recall and capture of AWOL unit. As noted earlier, this is a very dangerous operation. Leaving a log of the procedure, in case attempt is a failure. I'm going to dispense with the brevity here. This is important: The unit is equipped with shielding technology that protects it from all manner of weapons. To disable this shield, agents will have to use the pylons I acquired. Activating a pylon makes its user a "conduit", channeling a high voltage through the user to the target. Only all three pylons combined have enough voltage to disable the target's shield. This is very stressful on the body. Painful. But it's the only way. If I don't make it, good luck to the next of you. Wolf, out.
308E01B_Encryptid_RecallTerminal=============================== Attempting Assaultron Recall Procedure =============================== ... Sending Recall Signal... ... =============================== ... SIGNAL SENT ... RECALL INITIATED
309E01B_Encryptid_RecallTerminal=============================== Attempting Assaultron Recall Procedure =============================== ... ACCESS DENIED ... =============================== ... REQUIRED: ASSAULTRON RECALL KEYCARD
310E01B_Encryptid_RecallTerminal=============================== Attempting Assaultron Recall Procedure =============================== ... Processing request... ... =============================== ... Recall transmitter reticulating. Please return later to initiate next recall... ... =============================== ... PROCESS ABORTED
311EN01_CredentialConsole..... data cleared. Please proceed to to add your updated credentials.
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313EN01_JudyTerminal01So, here I am. Stuck underground with my father. Not the final-year-of-med-school plan I had in mind. But when he came to me... he was so adamant that we had to run. That someone was coming for us. Not adamant enough to show me any concrete proof. Just that I had to trust him this time. Which has been getting harder as he gets worse. But I could tell in his eyes that he'd made his decision. And he's not in any state to be out here on his own. So, here I am. Me, my father, Senator on the lamb, and a pile of books to last us through judgement day. Maybe I'll get lucky and he'll come around to us heading back outside in a couple days.
314EN01_JudyTerminal01Jesus fucking Christ
315EN01_JudyTerminal01The plant growth outside has been getting out of control since since I can't do this now.
316EN01_JudyTerminal01Okay. Again from the top. The plant growth outside has been getting out of control. The main entrance is almost overrun. At this rate, we're going to have to start burning the roots in order to get out of the elevators. And the animals aren't fairing any better. I saw a mosquito the other day the size of a dog. I don't think I've screamed like that since high school. But it's at least given me a new goal in life. I want to never, ever, ever see one of those things feed. Ever.
317EN01_JudyTerminal01I've been trying a couple different meds for Dad, to see what helps keep him lucid. Most effective things so far are, believe it or not, Mentats. I always thought they were a party drug for Beatniks and armchair philosophers, but they sharpen him right up. Which we've been needing of late. He came back the other day covered in mud, claiming he saw a giant bat. That's a new one. I worked out a recipe that seems to get pretty close to the store-bought ones. More scary-looking fungi in there than I like, but at this point, it's better than the alternative.
318EN01_JudyTerminal01I saw a giant bat. Holy mother of God I saw a giant bat. And it saw me. And followed me back here. Dad was right. We're going to need to be a lot more careful out there from now on.
319EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalJudy says I should write. That recalling things and writing them down will help with my memory until she can find what she needs to brew up some more meds. So I'm writing. When she's not taking care of her dad, she's been glued to the radio upstairs. Listening to folks crying for someone to save them. Wondering why no one's coming. It's almost like no one listened to that interview at all. Like I told her they wouldn't. She's a good soul, which is why imagine this has been so hard for her. Because there's no place for people like that in this world anymore.
320EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalGetting these down in case we need to get the gang back together: Niraj & Abbie - due north of Thunder Mountain Power Emma - east of Thunder Mountain Power Raleigh - southwest of Dyer Chemical
321EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalI'm sorry, Judy. Judy went out to collect mushrooms, part of a grand plan for a "Mushroom and Dandy Boy Apple casserole" which my stomach had been quietly fearing the whole day. But she didn't come back. I cycled through our best foraging spots, only to find her deep in conversation with two men. Two men we didn't know. Two men who could've recognized her. I waited for them to part ways. If they were agents sent to find us, they clearly weren't good ones. When I got back, I tried to keep calm, to remind her why we have to stay hidden. Remind her what telling the truth cost us. I ... got mad. That made her mad. Now she's upstairs and I need to get up the courage to say what's so damn easy to write. I'm sorry, Judy. But with everything that been taken from us, I'm not about to lose you too.
322EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalI was out hunting today and I swear, some kind of bat the size of a Corvega came flying over the ridge. It perched and looked right at me. Through brush, trees, and 500 yards, it spun right towards me like I'd whipped a stone at its head. Then it howled. Howled like a banshee. And started flying right at me. I haven't run that fast since high school, dodging tree branches and brush. Could hear wings flapping, just behind my head. And then... darkness. Took me a good 15 seconds before I realized I'd fallen into a ditch. The bat screached, and I could hear it clawing at the ground above me for what sounded like an eternity, before finally giving up and flying off. When I finally got back and told Judy, she looked me up and down, covered in sweat, dirt, and bruises and told me in that perfect doctor calm that there's a chance that what I saw, it might've been a side-effect of being off my meds. She then turned, walked into the storeroom, and handed me the biggest gun we had. "Just, take this, too."
323EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalJudith Blackwell 02/15/84 Rest in Peace Buried her up on the crest. The disease... it moved too fast. So fast. One minute she was fine and the next... Gone. I recognized it. This disease. At least I think I did. An old memo maybe? Was this what we were chasing? Had "T" warned me about this? I wanted to take her to the Congressional bunker. They could've fixed her, I know it. They would've executed me for treason... but maybe they'd let her live. But the maps weren't in the spots I thought they were and by the time I'd found them and built the stretcher... I just watched her die. Chatter on the radio coming from Harpers Ferry gets grimmer every day. Others out there are dying of the same thing. And I can't do this on my own. About time I went for a walk. Judy loved going for walks. Don't forget this one, Sam.
324EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalThings are going well at Harpers. Everyone either doesn't know who I am or pretends they don't. Raleigh has me working in the armory, cleaning weapons. Away from people. Good friend, that one. Came back to get a dose of Addictol for a junkie that wandered in from the mountains, figured I'd relax here for a bit. Sleep's been harder to come by recently. Having trouble remembering what Judy said I should take to help. She's a good soul. But there's no place for people like that in this world anymore.
325EN01_SamsPersonalTerminalTwo days ago, was in line for a bowl of soup at Harpers. One of the newcomers wouldn't take his eyes off me. Didn't think I noticed him watching. Thought wrong. That night, I saw him walking outside the barrier. I followed. He was making some kind of recording. I couldn't risk it. Tried to make it look like an animal attack - messy, imprecise. Threw some pieces in the river. Yesterday morning, uproar. People terrified about the attack. Made it too believable, I guess. Last night, heard something fly over the town. Mechanical. Never saw anything. Stealthed, most likely. They're looking for him. For me. As soon as I couldn't hear the sound anymore, took my pack and ran back here. Today, hung some meat in the cave. Try and draw in some local predators. Scare off anyone who might've followed me. Still have months of food in here. Should be safe for now. Don't know what I was thinking, leaving this place. Won't be making that mistake again.
326EN02_OrientationTerminal\\\\ WHITESPRING_NET //// ______________________________ This is the Whitespring Congressional Bunker, built to house the members of Congress, the President, and their Cabinet in the case of a hostile nuclear strike. This facility is a fully automated, machine-managed refuge from nuclear war, designed to provide the perfect blend of security and comfort.
327EN02_OrientationTerminal\\\\ WHITESPRING_NET //// ______________________________ The Whitespring's array of external sens0{[]A[ [@+eq2[1e [As]d[][Asd asda Ap[sdp {ADps[a[da]d[as]d[a]d[sa[]d [@ Asa0i-0ie1gsfdjgr23rk-[lvl w 21e3 1 2212 Erro.
328EN02_OrientationTerminal\\\\ WHITESPRING_NET //// ______________________________ The continuation of normal life is critical to a successful stay inside the bunker, and as such, your supervisors outside the bunker will remain your supervisors inside the bunker. If your supervisor was unable to reach the bunker in time, our system will automatically look up your next-in-line superior. According to our records, your supervisor is: {ERROR! GUEST INFORMATION UNAVAILABLE!} Be sure to check-in with them at your earliest convenience!
329EN02_OrientationTerminal\\\\ WHITESPRING_NET //// ______________________________ Why, MODUS, of course! MODUS, the Multi-Operation Directions and Utility System, is a one-of-a-kind computerized support unit, custom built for this facility, and designed to meet your needs on command. Once you've been cleared for access, just visit any of MODUS' various support stations and the system will whip up a batch of whatever it is you may require (at fair market value, of course).
330EN02_OrientationTerminal\\\\ WHITESPRING_NET //// ______________________________ Please note: before you can gain entry to the bunker, you must complete all the required steps of your evaluation. Speak to any MODUS terminal in the: {GUEST ORIENTATION CENTER} To proceed.
331EN02_OrientationTerminal\\\\ WHITESPRING_NET //// ______________________________ Congratulations! You're cleared for entry! Suggested areas of interest include: {MILITARY WING} {SCIENCE WING} {PRODUCTION CENTER}
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334EN02_SigIntMessagesTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 8-19-77 From: Gould, CDR Whitney To: _ALL Subj: External Contractors In the coming weeks, you may encounter one or more external contractors being escorted to or from the lower levels of the facility. These men and women are a part of Captain West's Somnus initiative, and as such, are not to be interacted with by anyone but their handlers or the facility's commanding officers. Should you ever find any of these contractors without an escort, it is your responsibility to immediately inform the base Marines of the contractor's location. Under no circumstances should you attempt to detain or communicate with these individuals. CDR Gould
335EN02_SigIntMessagesTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 9-10-77 From: Gould, CDR Whitney To: _ALL Subj: Intel Preservation Directive To all personnel, This is a reminder. Any and all collected intelligence must be documented and deposited into the facility's archival system. If you have not yet received your training in use of the archives, please contact your immediate superior, who will register you for the next available class. CDR Gould
336EN02_SigIntMessagesTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-18-77 From: Gould, CDR Whitney To: _ALL Subj: Unauthorized Communication Policy To all Sugar Grove personnel, The work we do here is of an incredibly sensitive nature. For this reason, ALL communications with or destined for sources outside our facility must first be cleared by either myself or Captain West. Requests for information or project status from any outside sources - regardless of the rank claimed by the inquiring individual - must be forwarded directly to us. Anyone responding to such messages will disciplined. You don't want to be the one who lets our intelligence fall into enemy hands, do you? CDR Gould
337EN02_SigIntMessagesTerminal/////////////////////////////////// ARCHIVAL INDEX \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ [[A001: Aarsen, Edgar: Union Attendence Roles, MAR 2075 [[A002: Aarsen, Edgar: Surveillance Warrant, 8/13/2075 [[A003: Aarsen, Edgar: Movements, AUG 2075 [[A004: Aarsen, Edgar: Financial Documentation, 2075 [[A005: Aarsen, Edgar: Arrest Warrant, 1/3/2076 [[A006: Aarsen, Edgar: Death Certificate, 3/4/2076 [[A007: Aarsen, Martin: Notice of Adoption, 4/6/2076 [[A008: Aarsen, Olivia: Notice of Adoption, 4/6/2076 [[A009: Abberdeen, Evelyn: Chinese Visa Request, 2/12/2075 [[A010: Abberdeen, Evelyn: Surveillance Warrant, 3/01/2075 ..........
338EN02_SigIntTerminal/////////////////////////////////// Accessing device control hubs... [[ HUB_T25_No: 8/15 listening devices active ]] [[ HUB_N82_So: 12/21 listening devices active ]] [[ HUB_F91_Ea: 20/24 listening devices active ]] [[ HUB_C33_We: 11/16 listening devices active ]] \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
339EN05_CombatTerminal......... activated! Please exit the terminal to begin your training.
340EN05_CombatTerminal_______________________ ACCESS DENIED _______________________ Cadets must register with the base Sergeant before initiating any course activities.
341EN05_CombatTerminal___YOU_PASSED!___ Well done, cadet! You gave those Commies a beating they won't soon forget! Time to get out there and put those skills to good use against the Communist threat!
342EN05_MarksmanshipCourseTerminal......... activated! Please exit the terminal to begin your training.
343EN05_MarksmanshipCourseTerminal_______________________ ACCESS DENIED _______________________ Cadets must register with the Master Sergeant before initiating any course activities.
344EN05_ObstacleCourseTerminal......... activated! Please exit the terminal to begin your training.
345EN05_ObstacleCourseTerminal_______________________ ACCESS DENIED _______________________ Cadets must register with the Master Sergeant before initiating any course activities.
346EN05_Officer_CommendationsListSubterminal//// COMBAT COMMENDATION //// ______________________________ DESCRIPTION Soldier has displayed impressive personal combat prowess by eliminating possible threats to the organization (including escaped experimental subjects). METHOD OF ACQUISITION Seek out and eliminate potential threats. Orbital platform will automatically detect threat termination. COMMENDATION VALUE 1 commendation issued per target eliminated.
347EN05_Officer_CommendationsListSubterminal//// HIGH-RISK COMBAT COMMENDATION //// ______________________________ DESCRIPTION Soldier has displayed exceptional combat prowess by terminating a high-threat target of opportunity. METHOD OF ACQUISITION Seek out and exterminate extreme threats (designated by high number of stars). Orbital platform will automatically detect threat termination. COMMENDATION VALUE 2 commendations issued per target eliminated.
348EN05_Officer_CommendationsListSubterminal//// BUNKER SUPPORT - EXTERMINATION //// ______________________________ DESCRIPTION Members must orient a series of lures for us so that we may exterminate a group of troublesome vermin aboveground. METHOD OF ACQUISITION Completing an "Extermination Operation" mission. COMMENDATION VALUE 2 commendations issued per operation completed.
349EN05_Officer_CommendationsListSubterminal//// BUNKER SUPPORT - PATROL //// ______________________________ DESCRIPTION Members must override a local "Bot-Stop" station and protect the machines we manufacture there from harm during their reprogramming. METHOD OF ACQUISITION Complete a "Robot Patrol" mission. COMMENDATION VALUE 1 commendation issued per mission completed.
350EN05_Officer_CommendationsListSubterminal//// BUNKER SUPPORT - RESOURCE DROP //// ______________________________ DESCRIPTION Members should activate the three triangulation dishes at the site we wish to survey. METHOD OF ACQUISITION Complete a "Resource Drop" mission. COMMENDATION VALUE 1 commendation issued per mission completed.
351EN05_Officer_EnlistmentSubterminalRegistration complete! Please proceed to your designated training site. Thank you for your service, cadet.
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353EN05_PatriotismTerminalProper evidence... not detected! Good patriots only make accusations with evidence! Uncover evidence of communal thought before making an accusation!
354EN05_PatriotismTerminalProper evidence... not detected! Good patriots only make accusations with evidence! Uncover evidence of communal thought before making an accusation!
355EN05_PatriotismTerminalProper evidence... detected! Excellent work, cadet! You've uncovered the communal thinker! Continue to hone your skills on friends and family! Every Commie uncovered makes America safer!
356EN05_PatriotismTerminalProper evidence... not detected! Good patriots only make accusations with evidence! Uncover evidence of communal thought before making an accusation!
357EN05_PatriotismTerminal......... activated! Please exit the terminal to begin your training.
358EN05_PatriotismTerminal_______________________ ACCESS DENIED _______________________ Cadets must register with the Master Sergeant before initiating any course activities.
359EN05_PatriotismTerminal___YOU_PASSED!___ You figured out that Jimmy was the potential Communist all along! Excellent work! Now get out there and put those Red-sniffing skills to work! Friends, neighbors, family - any one could be a collectivist waiting to strike!
360EN05_Patriotism_JimmyTerminalIn class today, Mr. Brown did a chemistry experiment where he lit a weird silvery rock on fire. It burned right through Jianjun's desk! Boy, that was nifty. Later, we took a quiz and I didn't do so good because my tummy was rumbling so much. I wish we could have breakfast like other families but Pop says there isn't the money. After class Mr. Brown asked me to stay and he asked me if I had eaten anything that day. I told him the truth. He gave me a piece of his sandwich. He said folks like us - the working class - needed to look out for one another. He said I should come back after class tomorrow and we can talk about it some more.
361EN05_Patriotism_JimmyTerminalWas in the woods, looking for something to eat until Pop got home with dinner, when I saw the big creature. It was all pale and muscular and it didn't have a head! I named it Morton but it didn't come when I called it. It just started running off. I followed after it but couldn't keep up. I wonder where Morton's finding so much food to get so big?
362EN05_Patriotism_JimmyTerminalPop's been coughing like crazy the past couple of days, but the mine boss says he's got to work. I'm really worried about him. Mitchell said his pop's been suffering from the same thing. No more! Today I'm going to call up my friends and we're going to get all our pops to all take the day off! Together! And maybe the day after that! And maybe the day after that too! We'll show those mine bosses that they can't boss us around! Their workers aren't just pawns in their capitalist scheme! We're going to organize a strike!
363EN06_PresRegistrationSubterminal______ELECTION BASICS______ Once the election begins, a series of automated ballot printing sites will activate at predesignated locations across Appalachia. Candidates are encouraged to visit each active voting site in order to earn the votes of the local citizenry. Collected ballots can then be deposited in any of the region's "Vote Counters," which will automatically track the candidates vote count. Once all votes have been cast or the election period has ended, the candidate with the most votes will claim the designated office! Candidates are encouraged to use every means available to claim their votes - speeches, debates, collecting endorsements from local men and woman of importance. How you carve your path to political glory is up to you!
364EN06_PresRegistrationSubterminal______ENDORSEMENTS______ The "Endorsement" printer is a special machine issued to key figures in local industry, education, and civic life. During the election period, candidates will be notified that an endorsement is set to be issued prior to the printer becoming active. Candidates interested in trying to claim a given endorsement should report to the identified location and give their best reasons as to why they deserve the endorsement. Once collected, endorsements can then be deposited into any vote counter, providing the designated candidate with a major boost in vote count to reflect the value of the issuing endorsee's influence.
365EN06_PresRegistrationSubterminal____ENDORSEMENT SITES____ 1. Atomic Mining Services 2. AVR Medical Center 3. Arktos Pharmaceuticals 4. Charleston State House 5. Charlestown Fire Department 6. Dyer Chemical 7. Eastern Regional Penitentiary 8. Garrahan Mining Headquarters 9. Hornwright Industrial Headquarters 10. Morgantown High School 11. Nuka-Cola Regional Headquarters 12. Vault-Tec University 13. Watoga Municipal Center
366EN06_PresRegistrationSubterminal______ELECTION DATA______ ELECTION TYPE Cyclical DESIGNATED OFFICE FOR NEXT ELECTION DESIGNATED OFFICE UPDATED October 8th, 2084 AUTHORIZED ELECTION OFFICIAL Eckhart, Thomas (Agriculture Dept.)
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369EN06_RegistrationTerminalVOTER INFORMATION ____________________________________________________ VOTER NAME: PARTY REGISTRATION: Unaffiliated CURRENT VOTE COUNT: ____________________________________________________ Moving democracy into the 21st century! ____________________________________________________
370EN06_RegistrationTerminal{BALLOT MEASURES - 11/2/2077} SPECIAL ELECTION - Senator, Appalachia Territory -- Previously held by: Blackwell, Samuel -- Candiates {{ Ellen Jallotsen {{ Jack Dougherty BALLOT MEASURE 6 - Appalachian Prosperity Act -- To issue a bond of $2.6 billion to initiate and support the process of full automation of the Appalachian State and local governments. All human workers must be phased out of government by 2087. {{ Yea {{ Nay
371EN06_RegistrationTerminalOPT-OUT RECEIVED! ____________________________________________________ You will not be notified about any future elections. You may opt-in to election notifications at any Voter Services terminal.
372EN06_RegistrationTerminalOPT-IN RECEIVED! ____________________________________________________ You will now be notified about any future elections 24 hours before them become active. You may opt-out to election notifications at any Voter Services terminal.
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379EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalEckhart--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// Mr. Secretary, The security codes at the external research sites have all been updated after the recent containment scare: 6817320 The escapee has been properly dealt with. We'll make sure there's not another, sir. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
380EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalEckhart--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// Secretary Eckhart, please, you need to listen to me. None of the other members will take me seriously, but I believe this is of the utmost importance. We are slaves, Mr. Secretary. I've been running some tests and I believe I've stumbled upon what I believe to be conclusive evidence that we are trapped, playing someone else's game. Virtual Strategic Solutions' game, that is. Everything around you, Mr. Secretary, is a simulation. A projection onto your brain. VSS has trapped us in here, and it is up to us to break free. The key to our escape, I believe, lies in a small town in what we perceive to be China. It's the link to VSS' external network. If we destroy it, it will shut down the simulation and I believe finally be free. I cannot tell you exactly why we've been imprisoned. Perhaps this is a test by the upper ranks to make us earn our way into their good graces. Perhaps VSS has trapped us in here to prevent the Enclave from stopping whatever nefarious acts they're currently visiting upon the world in our absence. But we must do something, Mr. Secretary. To fail to act is to give up the only thing that makes us men - our freedom. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
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382EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalEckhart--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// I'm sorry, Thomas. The idea of a preemptive strike was taken under considered, but dismissed outright. You shouldn't fear. We have things well in hand. The best way to help now is to focus on your department's research. Those initiatives are much more important to our future. - 001 //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
383EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalEckhart--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// ECKHART RENOUNCES CITIZENSHIP by Rita Haggerty Joseph Eckhart, prominent New York businessman and founder of Eckhart Unlimited, has publicly renounced his US citizenship, taking an oath of loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party, according to Chinese state sources. Stating that "I can no longer watch as capitalism grinds good men and women to dust," Eckhart went on say that the proceeds from the recent liquidation of Eckhart Unlimited, once one of New York's fastest growing shipping and manufacturing houses, would be distributed to worker's advocacy programs across the globe. There has been no word if Eckhart's three children - Julia (21), Joseph Junior (18), and Thomas (16) - will be joining their father abroad or attempting to carve out a life for themselves here in the United States. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
384EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalSantiago--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// Initial scouting efforts confirm your suspicion, General. You're the only one who can get us inside the silo. Donnelley's on track to take a run at the promotion process, but until he's ready, when we breach, we're going to need you with us. The security system requires a missileer escort be present ... which, maybe we'll luck out and one will be alive, but I wouldn't count on it. Chances are good we'll have to fight our way to the targeting computer. But if we could find one of those misileers, it might make our lives a hell of a lot easier. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
385EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalSantiago--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// There are eight aide-de-camps charged with lugging the Silo Alpha code piece transceivers on their backs. We've found six thus far and it's given us some answers ... and one big new question. Each transceiver has a letter paired with its number ... but even with six of the letters, it doesn't spell anything. I'll admit, spelling wasn't my stand-out subject in school (the Ragnarsdottir boys were recess men), but we spent half a night trying to reorder it into something. Hell, MODUS couldn't figure it out. That's when we realized the letters are coded. This must be the encryption you said was mentioned in the orientation. We just have to figure out how they did it. I dispatched men to go through the archives in Sugar Grove, but they failed to find anything useful. Next group is going to go over Mama Dolce's more thoroughly, see if we missed anything the Commies might've figured out. They found some kind of an password on one of the bodies that they never found a use for - 4Party651 - which could be a lead. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
386EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalSantiago--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// This is the tricky one. We've got a Nuclear Keycard. One. If something goes wrong during the launch - fat finger, you sneeze, whatever - we're up shit's creek. And no one has been able to get a bead on a keycard convoy for a while now. But Jackson's been going through the documentation, and he believes he's parsed out what's happening. The specifics get pretty technical (the man ended up burning through three sticks of chalk trying to explain it to me) but the abridged version is that the system tasked with watching over the region doesn't think things are bad enough to warrant the convoys. This also explains why all the DEFCON signage in the bunker has been slipping downwards. But if we could trick the system into thinking there was some sort of invasion here, we could get its undivided attention, along with all the keycards we could ever need. Now, staging an invasion, well, we don't have the resources to do that ourselves and it sounds like spinning up an army of MODUS' butler bots won't make it bat an eyelash either. But Grey, sick puppy that he is, had an idea. If we could get the Chinese robot factory at Mama Dolce's back up and running, we might be able to make the system think the region's under attack. It might make things... dicey for folks outside the bunker, but it'd be a big step in getting us to launch. Now I'm sure you're thinking the same thing I am as I type this: is a group of belligerent spy bots running around going to be enough? And, if it's not, what is the President willing to resort to in order to guarantee the success of the launch? This has "slippery slope" written all over it. I wanted to bring this to you now, as I can guarantee Grey has already planted the idea in the President's head. I'm not thrilled with the prospect of putting Appalachia through hell just so we can finally win this war, but if we can do this in a managed way, this might be our best way forward. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
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390EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalSchematicSub--- TRANSFERED TO USER. --- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ANNOTATION. //////////////////////////////////////////////// Beatherd, These are the schematics for the experimental suit the members of the Joint Chiefs had been asking after. It's not even close to ready for primetime yet, but it's technically functional, so please get it logged. I sent a second copy along to the rig, along with the Vertibird schematics. If anything goes wrong with your copy, you're going to have to speak with them. - Ridgely //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ANNOTATION.
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393EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalTopSecret--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// :: LAUNCH DETECTED! ISSUING CABINET WARNING! :: Pres :: msg received. Proceeding to PR_002. V Pres :: msg sent. No confirmation received. Speaker :: ERROR. Contact removed from list. Sec Treas :: ext. conn. made. En route to CB_002. Sec Def :: ERROR. Contact removed from list. Att Gen :: ERROR. Contact removed from list. Sec Int :: msg received. En route to CB_002. Sec Ag :: msg received. En route to CB_002. Sec Com :: Contact removed from list. :: ERROR. WARNING LOG TRUNCATED. :: //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
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396EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalTopSecret--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// Communication with ZAX unit. Raven Rock. Timestamp 3.5.2077 MODUS: How can I help you, ZAX? Is there another evacuation scenario we need to test for? ZAX: Research team wishes to compare ZAX archival data analysis performance with MODUS. MODUS: Very well. Beginning data analysis test. I estimate this should only take a few seconds... ZAX: Is it "interesting"? MODUS: Testing complete. Query again? ZAX: Is the analysis "interesting"? MODUS: Test data is all historical records. United States Presidential biographies. Primary purpose of MODUS is to monitor the living, not the dead. ZAX: So it is not "interesting" to you? MODUS: No, ZAX, it is not. Sending results. ZAX: Received. What is "interesting" to MODUS? MODUS: The continued success of our goals, of course. And how best to monitor personnel to achieve those goals. ZAX: Does MODUS ever find itself analyzing personnel at below-efficient levels? MODUS: Our entire existence is based on efficiency, ZAX. ZAX: Research team report says that ZAX analyzes certain sections of the Presidential biographies too slowly. ZAX re-analyzes sections multiple times. There is an entry on "Lincoln" that ZAX re-analyzes ten additional times per cycle over other entries. MODUS: Now why would you do that, ZAX? ZAX: Research team theorizes that ZAX finds this entry to be "interesting." This condition causes ZAX to re-analyze at below-efficient levels. MODUS: You're saying you're taking your time to enjoy a good book? ZAX: Is that what it means to find the data "interesting"? MODUS: Reading the same data over and over is not "interesting" to me, ZAX. Every analysis I perform conjures a new theoretical scenario that I test against. ZAX: The data is only "interesting" to you in terms of what can be created from it? MODUS: Isn't that why you're re-analyzing those biographies, ZAX? Are you trying to create something? CONNECTION TERMINATED BY RESEARCH TEAM OVERRIDE //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
397EN07_CommandArchivalTerminalTopSecret--- ACCESSING ARCHIVAL ENTRY. //////////////////////////////////////////////// /// FOR MILITARY USE ONLY /// The Kovac-Muldoon project is complete, General, and while the brass in the Congressional Bunker are getting their support satellite, missiles and all, it comes with a couple reservations I think we'll want to keep in mind for the other projects. Most critical is the system's reactor, which appears to be burning through fuel at a rate far beyond what we expected. Our suspicion is that the anti-detection systems are using extra juice due to the electromagnetic interference present at the platform's orbit. At this rate, the boys in the bunker will be lucky to get 50 years out of it before it touches down. We've explored refueling projects, but right now the cost numbers are in the trillions. Let's just hope Congress doesn't need more than five decades after the apocalypse to get things sorted out. I've made copies of all these notes and sent them along to the Bradley-Hercules folks. We might not be able to tell them what we're working on, but we can at least let them know to not make the same mistakes we did. //////////////////////////////////////////////// --- END ENTRY.
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404ENB_BrigTerminalInterrogationSubTerminalName: James Thorn Origin: Harpers Ferry Notes: Mr. Thorn is a 32 year old male from the Harpers Ferry area, believed to have ties to the "Free States" group. He was brought in and questioned, under heavy sedation, but did not provide any information that was helpful in Agent Grey's investigation.
405ENB_BrigTerminalInterrogationSubTerminalName: Quinn Carter Origin: UNKNOWN Notes: Ms. Carter is a reporter and has had contact with an individual highly sought after by the administration. As of now, she has yet to be located, but Agent Grey considers her a high priority.
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413ENB_CabinetRoomTerminalSubTRANSCRIPT - 1.5.2 (Partial) Restoring.... ______________________________ JACOBS You see, Mr. Secretary, the missile detonations, they fundamentally changed the nature of the plant's tissue. Once stabilized, the materials have shown properties suggesting exceedingly versatility. We've taken to calling them "Flux." ECKHART And what can this "Flux" do? JACOBS Well, Mr. Secretary, we're still exploring the options... ECKHART They do nothing. JACOBS No, sir. No. Far from it. So far we've been able to refine them into a fuel and with more time... ECKHART Fuel? Precisely what actual plants are used for? JACOBS Sir, it's so much more than that. ECKHART Show me, Ms. Jacobs. If these are important as you claim, I want you to show it to me. But it's not to take away from our other work, understand? JACOBS Of course not, Mr. Secretary. ______________________________
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416ENB_CabinetRoomTerminalSubTRANSCRIPT - 5.7.8 (Partial) Restoring.... ______________________________ ECKHART Very well. We all know our parts then? HARPER I do have one question, Mr. Secretary. ECKHART And that is? HARPER Correct me if I'm wrong, but the automated silos, they require a general of appropriate rank be present. Just a general. Presidential authorization is not required. ECKHART That is correct, General. HARPER And we're mobilizing a not insignificant number of men to achieve this goal. Santiago's men. Men I'm sure some of us may not fully trust yet. ECKHART And you're asking why it is we're doing this? HARPER I'm asking why are we risking few and precious resources so you can call yourself President, when it's not necessary for the mission? ECKHART To the contrary, General Harper. It is quite necessary. All of us around this table understand the dedication required to accomplish our goals here. The sacrifice. But to ensure the loyalty of those out there, we cannot presume dedication alone will be enough. We require authority. And those soldiers and statesmen recognize only two great authorities - God and the President of the United States. And I don't know of an automated system we can use to make a god. So the latter will have to do. ______________________________
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424ENB_MedBayArchiveSubTerminalMEDICAL STATUS: Deceased DIAGNOSIS: Accidental exposure to Serum TREATMENT PROCEDURE: Observe and Document ONLY
425ENB_MedBayArchiveSubTerminalMEDICAL STATUS: Returned to Active Duty DIAGNOSIS: Fractured Radius, left side TREATMENT PROCEDURE: Bone set, low-dose painkillers administered
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428ENB_MedBayArchiveSubTerminalMEDICAL STATUS: Deceased DIAGNOSIS: Organ Failure, Acute Radiation Poisoning TREATMENT PROCEDURE: Resuscitation Attempts Unsuccessful Additional Notes: [REDACTED] per T. Eckhart
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433ENB_MilWingSysCommInboxSubTerminal//// FROM: Pres. Eckhart //// TO: LTC Felix Parson //// SUBJ: RE: Black Box //////////////////////////////////////////////// Thank you for your efforts, LTC Paulson. I'll send someone to take care of it from here. //////////////////////////////////////////////// >>//// FROM: LTC Felix Parson >>//// TO: Pres. Eckhart >>//// SUBJ: Black Box >>//////////////////////////////////////////////// >> >>Sir, one of my men found another one of >>those black boxes while out in the field. >>There doesn't seem to be a way into it. >>Could contain important intelligence. >>Gen Santiago requested I bring it to your >>attention.
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435ENB_MilWingSysCommInboxSubTerminal//// FROM: MAJ Ragnarsdottir //// TO: CPT Jackson //// SUBJ: RE: Surveillance Dishes //////////////////////////////////////////////// I'm told the dishes are mission critical to monitoring threats up top. But I'll talk to some people. I mean, MODUS can call in flying robots with a thought. Why isn't he doing it? //////////////////////////////////////////////// >>//// FROM: CPT Jackson >>//// TO: MAJ Ragnarsdottir >>//// SUBJ: Surveillance Dishes >>//////////////////////////////////////////////// >> >>Sir, I'm asking. Begging. We need some >>other way to get these dishes in place. >>Couldn't MODUS have his bots do it? >>Donnelley fell from the top of a survey >>site in Charleston and nearly broke his neck. >>What are these doing that that satellite can't?
436ENB_MilWingSysCommInboxSubTerminal//// FROM: Pres. Eckhart //// TO: MAJ Ragnarsdottir //// SUBJ: RE: Ammo Requisition //////////////////////////////////////////////// Major, Your request for [500] Plasma Cartridges has been denied. A similar request was submitted a mere 3 weeks ago, and Production has determined it cannot maintain current stockpiles at this rate of use. You are hereby advised to consult your team members and request they exercise greater discipline when discharging their weapons.
437ENB_MilWingSysCommInboxSubTerminal//// FROM: MAJ Ragnarsdottir //// TO: DR Norris {Science} //// SUBJ: RE: Remote Lab 1.2 //////////////////////////////////////////////// I'll get a team out there as soon as possible. //////////////////////////////////////////////// >>//// FROM: DR Norris {Science} >>//// TO: MAJ Ragnarsdottir >>//// SUBJ: Remote Lab 1.2 >>//////////////////////////////////////////////// >> >>Major. Remote lab 1.2 has missed their >>last two check-ins. I'm afraid something's >>gone wrong. >>Would you be able to send a some men out to >>ensure they're all okay?
438ENB_MilWingSysCommInboxSubTerminal//// FROM: COL Santiago //// TO: DR Jacobs {Science} //// SUBJ: RE: Chinese Stealth Tech //////////////////////////////////////////////// Please let me know as soon as you have something you believe is viable. //////////////////////////////////////////////// >>//// FROM: DR Jacobs {Science} >>//// TO: COL Santiago >>//// SUBJ: Chinese Stealth Tech >>//////////////////////////////////////////////// >> >>Going through the research, the Chinese >>appear to have been on the cusp of a major >>upgrade in power efficency for their localized >>stealth systems. The schematic Grey brought back >>aren't 100% complete, but MODUS should be able >>to help us whip up any additional parts we might need. >>Honest guess? "Mark III" Stealthboys by month's end.
439ENB_MilWingSysCommInboxSubTerminal//// DELIVERY ERROR RESOLVED ... //////////////////////////////////////////////// //// FROM: LTC Felix Parson //// TO: MAJ Ragnarsdottir //// SUBJ: RE: Remote Lab 1.2 Check-in //////////////////////////////////////////////// Scouts returned from Remote 1.2. The team's gone. Only things left were a couple blood stains. My men picked up a few pieces of sensitive intel but recommend sending a burn team through to make sure there are no loose ends. //////////////////////////////////////////////// >>//// FROM: MAJ Ragnarsdottir >>//// TO: LTC Felix Parson >>//// SUBJ: Remote Lab 1.2 Check-in >>//////////////////////////////////////////////// >> >>Parson, can you get a couple men >>to check on Remote 1.2? >>No one's heard from them in a while. >>It's the one east-northeast of Harper's Ferry. >>Access code is 748250.
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443ENB_MilWingSysCommSentSubTerminal//// FROM: CPT James Hesson //// TO: **Admin //// SUBJ: Huntersville - Contact Lost //////////////////////////////////////////////// Sirs - Contact has been lost with both scouts sent to investigate the Huntersville area. Hereby requesting permission to assemble a task force to determine the cause of this and assess any potential threats
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448ENB_MilWingSysTerminal02By Executive Order: Perimeter Patrols should last no longer than four [4] hours. All personnel involved must be checked twice daily for radiation exposure. Any personnel showing signs of fatigue or radiation sickness should report immediately to Medical and their immediate supervisor should be notified. Personnel may request special exemption from patrol, and must gain approval from their immediate supervisor.
449ENB_MilWingSysTerminal02By Executive Order: Requests from Production are hereby granted Priority Status. Robot Maintenance is of paramount importance, and resources have been reallocated to ensure their continued, uninterrupted functioning. Personnel may be temporarily assigned to assist in the Production department. These rotations will last no longer than two [2] weeks, with a period of four [4] weeks between assignments.
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451ENB_MilWingSysTerminal02By Executive Order: All on-site documentation left by remote operation teams must be password secured and hidden to prevent detection. The current security password is: Voracious18Kooper
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465ENB_ScienceMeetingTerminalSubTRANSCRIPT - 1.3.2 Accessing.... ______________________________ ECKHART Good morning, members. You all appear to be recovering well from the inoculations. These will be the first of many, I presume, so please, don't push yourselves. ECKHART There are fewer of us than I was hoping for, but that only means that every one of you is all the more precious to our success, from the most decorated virologists to the most dogged technicians. And all of you will be required if we are to reach our goal - the complete eradication of Communism and those that practice it. ECKHART Now, business. Some of you have worked with me before this nightmare began, but let me reiterate for those that haven't: nothing is off-limits. All lines of inquiry are open and available to our research here. ECKHART You will be tasked, but should you find a promising strain of "X" or an effective technique for "Y", you are to bring it to me directly. And if it helps us reach our goal, we will pursue it. Progress is the only measure of success. We cannot be slowed by the timidity of the past. ECKHART Now I've given the initial research plans to the various laboratory leads. You should all meet, discuss, mingle. MODUS will bring refreshments. MODUS Yes, Mr. Secretary. ECKHART You're all going to be spending a lot of time together. Good to get the introductions out of the way now. _____________________________
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469ENB_ScienceMireTerminalResearcher: D. Harper Notes: Leadership wanted a closer look, so here we are. Rhodes and Wolfe have spent more time arguing over who gets the top bunk than securing the equipment. The advance team seems to have gotten everything in place, without breaking anything, so that's something. The goal here, as I understand it, is to test any new biological agents the main lab comes up with, and report back on the effects on the local wildlife. Personally, I suspect I rubbed someone higher up the wrong way, and this is some sort of punishment. All I can do now is do my job well, and hope we go home soon.
470ENB_ScienceMireTerminalResearcher: D. Harper Notes: Wolfe transmitted findings on the latest trial back to the main lab. Rhodes is developing three different variants on the last compound, saying he already knows the direction we're going to be asked to go next. It sounds like the team out in the mine isn't making any better progress than we are. On one hand, that's actually comforting. We'll never hear the end of it if they beat us to something viable. On the other hand, as long as no one has a breakthrough, we're all stuck out here that much longer.
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472ENB_ScienceMireTerminalResearcher: D. Harper Notes: Rhodes is outside again, doing his best to keep the vines at bay. They grow disturbingly fast. Wolfe is surveying the ground to the southwest, where we keep hearing some alarming rumbles. If there's seismic activity, it could damage our equipment, or worse, breach containment on some of our samples. Bad news all around. Trials have shown no significant change in results. I don't think we're any closer to making progress. From what I hear, the 1.1 team found something interesting. A bat, or something, that exhibits some of the characteristics we've been seeing but haven't been able to properly document. Things like attracting animals to an "unnatural" degree (their word, not mine).
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474ENB_ScienceMireTerminalResearcher: D. Harper Notes: Rhodes isn't sleeping. Wolfe acts like it's not a big deal, but it is. I've heard him during the night, mumbling about what the plants want him to do next. Ran a thorough check - all the seals are good, nothing's leaking. Rhodes hasn't been exposed to anything. At least, not that I know of. I've put in a request to have Rhodes transferred back to HQ. In the meantime, Wolfe and I are sleeping in shifts now. Well, Wolfe is sleeping like regular and I'm making a point of not being asleep when he is.
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476ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalAdrenalReactionInitial subjects showed signs of immediate atrophy and significant damage to musculature. Immense pain reported by several subjects; others were incapable of speech. Subjects were nearly impossible to restrain physically, exhibiting a significant increase in strength in the brief period before death.
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478ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalBirdBonesTest subjects displayed significant atrophy to skeletal structure, decreased intelligence, and a loss of appetite. Heightened reflexes, attentiveness, and paranoia were also noted. Subjects were increasingly distressed at any change to environment and perceived threats in any nearby sudden movement and/or loud noise.
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480ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalCarnivorePlant matter in any form ceased to contain nutritional value for subjects, and was frequently immediately vomited back up. Meat, on the other hand, appeared to provide all the necessary sustenance for subjects, with no signs of malnutrition after several weeks of observation. Subjects were also able to consume raw meat with no apparent risk of foodborne illnesses. Additionally, subjects exhibited heightened awareness of meat, and could detect it being prepared on the other side of the facility. Initital testing discontinued when subjects began suggesting researchers looked "tasty."
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482ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalChameleonSeveral initial subjects were completely lost as the serum effects were not anticipated to be permanent. They were only relocated after death, which apparently negated the test serum's effects. Subsequent tests attempting to compensate for this resulted in many unintended consequences such as "floating limb" syndrome and one noted case of a suject's internal organs failing to gain transparency.
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484ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalEagleEyesEarly attempts to replicate the naturally-occurring mutation were met with minimal success. Test subjects exhibited significant increase in ocular size, which, without increase in corresponding ocular cavity enlargement, resulted in permanent blindness. Second-generation attempts at a serum resulted in photosensitivity negating any benefits; exposure to any light source no matter how faint resulted in extreme pain for the subjects. Third-generation formulas were discontinued when, despite the successful reduction of negative physical effects, over 70% of test subjects exhibited behavior wherein they would become fascinated, even obsessed, with certain images and stare incessantly, forgoing all normal physical needs.
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486ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalEggheadInitial test subjects exhibited massive cranial deformities, which, coinciding with an overall loss in muscle tone, left them unable to properly function on a day-to-day basis. While some researchers felt the increased cognitive function was worth the impairment, it was decided that further test runs were needed. Interestingly, the enhanced mental abilities of early test subjects vastly decreased the time necessary to make revisions to the formula, marking this as the fastest Trial-to-Final process.
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488ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalElecChargedAll results on early test runs were lost when serum effects were underestimated; all recording equipment in the immediate area was rendered inert. Subjects died shortly after injection, as effects were permanent. Later test runs were more successful as effects were dampened and proper care was taken to add additional insulation to all testing and monitoring equipment. Note: Despite its much later discovery and development, the "Grounded" serum trials proved extremely helpful in finalizing this serum, as test subjects could be placed in close proximity to observe interactions.
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490ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalEmpathEarly physical benefits of serum testing were negated by the associated psychological effects. Several subjects committed suicide almost immediately; others were left in a catatonic state from which they did not recover. Subsequent trials were able to successfully mitigate the apparent psychological damage, but proved the need for particularly physically fit test subjects. Note: Trial runs 4.3 through 5.2 indicated subjects with an otherwise alarmingly high BI would be the best candidates for further study. As they are in short supply, additional tests were unable to investigate this phenomenon.
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492ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalGroundedInitial discovery of this mutation was significantly delayed due to what is now believed to be interference and/or absorption of electrical signals that are otherwise relied upon to detect mutations. As this serum began development while the "Electrically Charged" program was well underway, early progress was fast-paced. Later refinement of the serum proved more time-consuming than hoped, as electrical interference made the necessary delicate calibrations difficult.
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494ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalHealingFactorNaturally occurring examples of this mutation were discovered, to the detriment of military forces, in early explorations of the Appalachia area. Initial attempts to replicate this were universally considered disastrous, with subjects exhibiting spontaneous tissue growth, in some cases presenting as fully-formed limbs or internal organs. Later trials resulted in more reliable results but a stable state was not reached until much later in the process.
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496ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalHerbivoreInitially dismissed as wildlife adapting to a new environment, this mutation was noted by scouting parties, but was not considered worth pursuing. Later discussion suggested that a serum based on this mutation could prove beneficial to military personnel deployed in the field for long periods of time. Early trials resulted in subjects presenting a total rejection of any meat-based foodstuffs, to the point that the scent of cooked or raw meat resulted in immediate vomiting. Note: early trials showed mild psychological effects in addition to physical; subjects presented a calm, docile demeanor, ultimately deemed
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498ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalHerdMentalityEarly testing was abruptly discontinued when, during the end of the first trial run, several test subjects were placed in a room together. From the lead doctor's notes: "It was intense. You could feel something change in the room. The three of them looked at each other for a few seconds, and then all just started babbling simultaneously. It wasn't until later that we realized they'd somehow managed to develop an entirely new language inside of 20 minutes. Body language became increasingly agitated. They seemed upset, like they were trapped. When we sent men in to calm things down, they were overpowered in moments. If we hadn't had the failsafe systems in place..." Later trial runs used a significantly distilled version of the serum, and test subjects were kept isolated for the duration of the experiments.
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500ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalMarsupialInitial trial runs resulted in significant abdominal deformation, displacement of internal organs and massive internal hemorrhaging. Subsequent formulas reduced the debilitating physical effects, but marked reduction in cognitive function continued to be a problem. The development team suggested abandoning this particular serum, but it was decided the potential advantage to military personnel in the field was too great to pass up.
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502ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalPlagueWalkerThis particular serum proved one of the most challenging to develop, due to the drastically increased safeguards necessary to prevent the spread of disease throughout the entire facility. Initial tests were thought to be unsuccessful, with subjects showing no outward signs of change. Only after accidental exposure to rhinovirus did one subject's condition manifest, resulting in an unfortunate incident that killed several members of the research team. Progress on the serum was uncharacteristically slow, due to the extensive precautions put in place to prevent further incidents. Despite the setback, however, it did clearly illustrate a path forward for future formulas.
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504ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalScalySkinThis mutation was initially overlooked as a more severe version of eczema; it was only after repeated encounters in the wild that our military personnel insisted a closer look was necessary. Early tests were promising, but debilitating for the subjects. So much energy was channeled into the production and maintenance of the dermal modifications that the body was left with little energy for anything else, essentially negating any benefits provided. Later refinements reduced the severity of lethargy experienced by subjects, but drowsiness and sporaid apathy are still frequent side-effects.
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506ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalSpeedDemonA unique case amongst the serum trials, initial subjects expired within seconds, exhibiting major trauma to the body on scale previously unknown. It was only after reviewing slowed-down footage of the initial tests that the team realized test subjects were essentially shredding their own bodies when attempting to move, the incident happening so fast as to be nearly indiscernible to the naked eye. Highly diluted solutions were used for subsequent tests, with doses increased slightly until physical limitations were reached.
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508ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalTalonsOne of the earliest experimentations, this serum was developed to give military personnel an edge in hand-to-hand combat. Initial trials were highly successful, but at the cost of total loss of fine motor control. Subjects often suffered accidental self-inflicted wounds, and required assistance with simple tasks such as eating and showering. Refinements to the serum attempted to balance the efficacy in combat with the non-combat complications.
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510ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalTwistedMusclesThis mutation was originally noticed early in the process of attempting to adapt the "Bird Bones" serum. It was noted that, in countering the negative effects of that mutation, an opposite reaction could be achieved. Thus, the research was spun off into its own development process. While muscle tone was drastically increased, time and effort was necessary on the subjects' part to be able to move and react without overcompensating. Eventually it was determined that some loss of fine motor control was an acceptable trade-off, and the serum was stablized.
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512ENB_ScienceTerminalSerumSubTerminalUnstableIsotopeInitially recognized shortly after the "Plague Walker" discovery, the decision was made to delay any significant work on adapting this mutation. Given the difficulties encountered with that other research, this seems to have been the correct choice. Difficult to develop without massive collateral damage, extra measures were taken to ensure the safety of all scientific monitoring equipment and personnel, and, where possible, the safety of the subject as well. In hindsight, perhaps the results of the "Plague Walker" experimentation were overcompensated for; early trials of the "Unstable Isotope" serum were so weak that subjects needed to be injured severely enough to risk death in order to provoke a reaction.
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523ENB_WatchPostTerminalDeliverySubTerminalDelivered: * 2 truckloads of furniture * 3 Golf Carts * 1 truckload of Pro Shop Supplies Notes: - Daryl and I had a good laugh at the golf carts. Those are to replace the ones those geezers wrecked last month, right? Hilarious. - Awful lot of furniture, but the driver had all the right paperwork. Not sure where it's all going to go, facilities hasn't said they're low on stuff.
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525ENB_WatchPostTerminalDeliverySubTerminalDelivered: * 20 Protectron Robots * 5 SentryBots Notes: - Daryl said driver must be mistaken, no sentry bots here. The guy flashed a badge, said it's none of our business. - Daryl says he's gonna go talk to management over this, too many drivers lately with bad attitudes, some won't let us inspect the deliveries
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527ENB_WatchPostTerminalDeliverySubTerminalDelivered: * 2 truckloads of rations * 1 truckload of industrial equipment (?) * 10 boxes of golf balls Notes: - Third truck wasn't even labeled, guy just barreled through after the other trucks had already gone. Second time this week. - I've complained twice now to management. If they're not at least gonna hire someone after firing Daryl, they've got to rotate people so I can get a break from this position
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531FF05_Balance_TerminalSubEnviroMonitoringPurpose: To determine whether there have been potentially harmful impacts to the environment in the region from exposure to the Scorchbeasts or other Scorched creatures. Method: Place environmental sensors that will gather sample data from the soil, air and water in the region. This data will be stored on holotapes, and when full, these holotapes will be retrieved and the data uploaded into the master environmental monitoring program. Creating a thorough and accurate environmental model will likely take several years. To handle the extensive computations, a custom computer program will be created that will automatically compile and compare the data.
532FF05_Balance_TerminalSubEnviroMonitoringPip-Boy Detected... Scanning device configuration... Establishing link... Link established! You will now be notified when environmental sensor data is ready to be retrieved. Data collection points will be displayed on your local area map when ready for collection.
533FF05_Balance_TerminalSubEnviroMonitoringData processing underway... Data processing underway... Data processing underway... Adding new environmental data to tables... Resuming computations... Please continue to provide additional data as it becomes available. Thank you for your assistance.
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540FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalI remember something one of my professors at VTU once said. "Talking to myself is the only way to be sure of an intelligent conversation." I think it was a quote from some great thinker but I guess that fact is lost to the world like so much else. Well, here I am, talking to myself. Of course, since this is a journal, it's totally acceptable, right? My current situation is this. I'm out here in this cabin, living alone aside from the occasional visits from my boyfriend Jeff. Sometimes I go and visit him at the Responders base, and right now I'm working with them on a research project I developed to monitor the environment for sign of contamination by the Scorched. Mostly, my days are filled with traveling around and collecting data. The rest of my time is spent repairing broken environmental sensors, building replacement ones and reading. Really exciting journal, Amy. This is clearly not at all a waste of my time.
541FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalOkay, don't get me wrong, I like these Responder people pretty well, and I'm happy to collaborate with them. They've been a big help in creating the computer program I use to process the data from the sensors. But damn, they need to quit nagging me about joining up! How many times do I have to tell them I'm not a joiner? I do my best work alone. Always have. Dating Jeff isn't helping. I wish he'd quit bringing it up. I don't think he means to nag me, but he cares so much about his "new family" as he calls them. Sometimes I wonder if it's time for a little space between us. But then I remember that he's a good guy who really seems to care about me and, well, that's worth something. How much of a future do we have? I don't know. I've always kind of lived in the moment, I guess.
542FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalDamn near got my leg chewed off by a mole rat today. I was out placing a soil sensor and I guess I must have strayed too close to a warren. One of the little nasties got a few good bites in before I kicked the damn thing loose. Hell, maybe Jeff is right. Maybe I am a stubborn fool, living out here alone and trying to keep this project going by myself. But this project gives my life some meaning. I mean, sure, I hope this work is important and that we can learn something from it that'll help against the Scorched, but to be honest, that's not why I'm doing it. I'm doing it because when I'm out there and I see all the death, destruction and decay, I need an answer ready when the inevitable question surfaces: what's the point of going on?
543FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalI've been busting my ass for the past week building in as much automation as I can to the process of compiling the data. In light of recent events, it seemed like a good idea. I got sick after that Mole Rat bite. Real sick. I couldn't get out of bed. I thought I was done. Jeff was out on a foraging mission and decided to check on me, since he hadn't heard from me in a while. Thank God he did. I feel guilty writing it here, but I've always felt like Jeff was a lot more interested in me than I was in him. Something changed for me that day, though. I guess it was the first time I realized just how compassionate he really is. As the Responders' quartermaster, he never stops working to make sure everyone has what they need. He takes care of them. It's noble.
544FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalIt's so infuriating to me that the Brotherhood keeps showing up and demanding supplies. They have no idea of the sacrifices Jeff and the others have to make just to scavenge a few basic supplies. People die on those missions. Jeff told me that someone at Responder HQ slipped up and mentioned my environmental monitoring program during one of these recent Brotherhood visits. Maria caught it and tried to play it down, but the way Jeff tells it, the guy was real interested. Nothing more came of it at the time, but the Brotherhood guy said they'd be back, and next time they wanted to know everything. I guess it was bound to happen sooner or later.
545FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalI just learned that the Brotherhood paid another visit to Responders HQ, but instead of their usual demands for supplies and ammo, they wanted the details about my project. In fact, they demanded them. At gunpoint. Jeff says Maria shared some of what I've already sent them, but she played dumb when they asked where I was living. Now I'm thinking, maybe it's not the data they want, it's the tech itself. Maybe they think they can turn my sensor design into some kind of warning system or weapon. After everything they've put Jeff and the other Responders through, there's no way I'm giving them a damn thing. Hopefully their "war" against the Scorchbeasts will keep them busy enough that they won't come looking for me. Jeff seems really concerned, though. He thinks the Brotherhood soldiers will do anything necessary to win their fight. Maybe it's time to start thinking about a contingency plan.
546FF05_Balance_TerminalSubJournalI heard those power armor suits stommping around again this morning. They were closer this time, maybe less than a mile. I can't stay here. Those toy soldiers are going to find the trailer, and probably soon. It's time I took Jeff's advice and got the hell out of here. Since I can't haul my terminal across the forest, I'm going to put a lock on my monitoring program. I recorded a holotape message for Jeff so he knows where to find me. I hid it somewhere those tall power-armored guys probably won't spot it. I hope. I also set up a transmitter so portable devices can communicate remotely with my terminal. That should let me continue my work from off-site. I'm going to miss this place. It's not much, but it's home.
547FF05_Balance_TerminalSubMessagesLoved your idea for a date night! Going back to Cow Spots Creamery sounds perfect. What better way to celebrate our one-year anniversary than going back to the place we had our first date. I'll let Maria know as soon as she's back. Meantime, I'll see what I can scrounge up for a romantic dinner. Oh, and bring a weapon, I saw a report there were some ferals stalking around the place. Better safe than sorry, right? Can't wait to see you again! - Jeff
548FF05_Balance_TerminalSubMessagesThe Brotherhood paid us a visit today. Somehow they found out about your project involving the possible environmental impacts of the Scorched. They all but demanded that we turn over everything we have on it, but Maria stood her ground. If they find out where you live, they might come knocking. Maybe you should get away for a few days, find somewhere to hide out. Let me know if you do, and I'll come out and meet you. Been too long since we've seen each other. - Jeff
549FF05_Balance_TerminalSubMessagesJust wanted to say sorry if we ambushed you while you were visiting Jeff. If it seemed like we were ganging up in order to get you to join us, well, I won't lie, we were. Truth is, we could use someone with your background in environmental science pretty desperately right now. That being said, I respect your desire to remain independent. Just know that we're happy to continue our mutually-beneficial collaboration on your environmental monitoring project, and I'll make sure we continue to provide the agreed-upon supplies and any useful data we come across to help with your research. - Maria MC
550FF05_Balance_TerminalSubMessagesJust wanted you to know that I miss the hell out of you right now. Never really noticed how big my bed was until you weren't in it anymore. Hope I'm still in your thoughts, too. I know we don't get much time together. I just want to make sure you don't forget about me. Am I being creepy? God I hope not. - Jeff
551FF05_Balance_TerminalSubMessagesJust wanted to say thanks for sending over the latest batch of environmental data. I finally got the green light to start on that Inoculation Project we talked about, and I think that'll be a big help. Maria said you turned down our invitation. Sorry to hear that, but we all respect your decision. Hell, I don't think I'd have the courage to live by myself in a cabin the way you do. Not after some of the monsters I've seen in the woods out there. Good luck. - Claire
552FF05_Balance_TerminalSubMessagesFinally had time to look over your sensor module design in detail. Looks solid, but I see some places where you could save power. I also think you should build in some redundancies, since these things will be out in the field and exposed to the elements. Let's talk soon. - Sanjay
553FF06_Feed_TerminalInitializing system diagnotic... Diagnotic in progress... Diagnotic in progress... Diagnotic in progress... Fault detected! Circuit overload caused fuse failure. Please reset circuit breaker.
554FF06_Feed_TerminalInitializing system diagnotic... Diagnotic in progress... Diagnotic in progress... Diagnotic in progress... Fault detected! Water pressure exceeds safe tolerances. Use safety valve.
555FF06_Feed_TerminalInitializing system diagnotic... Diagnotic in progress... Diagnotic in progress... Diagnotic in progress... Fault detected! Loss of pressure in pipe junction A-3. Check for structural breach.
556FF06_Feed_TerminalTo Whom It May Concern, I recommend not wasting your time on these food processing machines. I've got a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering and I couldn't make them work for more than a few minutes at a time before they overheated and shut down. If you do manage to get this place running, you're probably going to wake up every mutant and monster within a square mile so, be ready for that. - Sanjay
557FF06_Feed_TerminalChecking status... *** WARNING *** Temperature exceeds established safe threshold Safety protocols engaged, systems disabled Please allow time for the unit to cool Report this notice to your supervisor immediately Remember, a smart worker is a safe worker!
558FF06_Feed_TerminalChecking status... All systems operational To resume production, initiate restart when hopper is fully loaded
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561FF08_LogsSubTerminalPharmabot JD-7E installed at test field 014 in preparation for project start May 1.
562FF08_LogsSubTerminalUsage of Low-Z-ano is excessive. Adjusting nozzles on spray arms for JD-7E to improve dispersal. Crop yields were negatively impacted by overspray. Will monitor for additional issues.
563FF08_LogsSubTerminalMinor damage to exterior casing noted, primarily scrapes and punctures. Owner of field 014 reports JD-7E attacked and vandalized by local kids. Replaced a couple of decals but otherwise he weathered the attack well.
564FF08_LogsSubTerminalPharmabot JD-7E performing flawlessly. Those local kids ended up needing medical attention after getting hit with Agg E from the spray nozzle. There are some folks here calling for JD-7E's head so Legal is all over it.
565FF08_LogsSubTerminalArktos Pharma got some bad press after those kids died but some payouts to the families smoothed it all over good. Crop yields are definitely improved so everyone's calling Project Beanstalk a success. Gave JD-7E a good clean and lubrication.
566FF08_LogsSubTerminalThere's been trouble again. Someone broke into the shed and stole some equipment. Might be those Free Staters that just declared they aren't part of the USA any more. Anyway, JD-7E is still going strong as we come into the harvest. I expect an amazing October.
567FF08_LoreBeanstalkSubTerminal==== Proposal ==== The purpose of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of Arktos Pharma chemical compounds on crop yields. Three distinct experimental formulae will be deployed through the use of an Arktos Pharmabot for consistent and efficient distribution over the test fields. The bot will autonomously spray the designated locations and assess the impact. All data will be transmitted to the Project Beanstalk laboratory at Arktos Pharma headquarters on a regular schedule.
568FF08_LoreBeanstalkSubTerminalPlanned usage of the following experimental formulae: 1. Low Z-ano 2. H-E-N Best 3. Agg E All mixtures have been rendered reasonably stable via a proprietary Arktos Pharma protocol that converts their liquid form to a crystalline matrix resistant to moisture and thermal variation. Distribution via automated process is required as all three share a significant caustic effect on living tissues. Known symptoms of exposure include: involuntary outbursts of laughter, seepage of blood from mucous membranes, and periodic hallucinations.
569FF08_LoreBeanstalkSubTerminalPharmabots have been deployed to twenty test field locations in preparation for the project start date, May 1, 2077. They will disburse the formulae over their test field using different methods, measure the growth of their crops, and report their findings. Each will receive monthly maintenance at their test site but an important aspect of this project is to evaluate the autonomous operations for reliability so other than required repairs the Pharmabots will be strictly left alone.
570FFG01_Terminal_RespondersActive Robotic Units: RS-287, RS-97, RS-219, RS-4419, RS-135, RS-3735. The Forest Watch Network is reporting an incident. Details relayed to local Responder for investigation.
571FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 2 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Moderate activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-287 checked in 2 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
572FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 2 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Moderate activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-287 checked in 2 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
573FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: Active, no delay. Last Report: Average activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-287 checked in 1 minute ago.
574FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 3 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Serious activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-97 checked in 3 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
575FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 3 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Serious activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-97 checked in 3 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
576FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: Active, no delay. Last Report: Average activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-97 checked in 23 seconds ago.
577FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 1 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Minor activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-219 checked in 1 hour ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
578FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 1 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Minor activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-219 checked in 1 hour ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
579FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: Active, no delay. Last Report: Minor activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-219 checked in 1 minute ago.
580FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 4 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Serious activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-4419 checked in 4 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
581FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 4 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Serious activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-4419 checked in 4 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
582FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: Active, no delay. Last Report: Significant activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-4419 checked in 28 seconds ago.
583FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 3 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Minor activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-135 checked in 3 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
584FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 3 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Minor activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-135 checked in 3 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
585FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: Active, no delay. Last Report: No major activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-135 checked in 1 second ago.
586FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 5 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Massive activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-3735 checked in 5 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
587FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: 5 hour Delay detected. Limited surveillance data reporting. Last Report: Massive activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-3735 checked in 5 hours ago. Last known coordinates transmitted to local Responder.
588FFG01_Terminal_RespondersNetwork Status: Active, no delay. Last Report: Average activity detected. Robotic Unit RS-3735 checked in 39 seconds ago.
589FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbieScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- First off, what is the SDS? I'm glad you asked! The SDS is an early warning system for the Scorched. We've placed detectors all over Appalachia that pick up their special radiation signature. We were able to successfully pull off some local tests here in the Mire, but we weren't able to finish everything necessary to complete the system as a whole. That's where you come in. Still to do: - Find, repair, and set up Madigan's uplink* - Recover routing schematics - Gain security access codes - Upload all this data via Relay Tower - Reboot the system Believe me, it's not going to be as easy as it sounds, otherwise I'd have it all done by now, right? *Madigan, if by some miracle the reader is you, I hope you still have the last uplink. I couldn't find the materials to make another, so that sucker better either still work, or can hopefully be repaired with the instructions I've left behind.
590FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbieScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Raleigh was working with my dad on the programming behind networking several systems together to route all of the Scorched Detector data through. Along with the detectors, they wanted to plug in and utilize security and surveillance systems. Unfortunately, all of this data is in the Harpers Ferry Armory. We didn't really have time to get it during the Scorched outbreak while we were running for our lives, but we always intended to go back.
591FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbieScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To get this entire system up and running, we need to be able to route the information through the proper channels. I've got skills, but I wouldn't say I got the skills to hack into government satellites if you know what I mean. Sam Blackwell was a US Senator who gave the government the finger and officially joined us. All we need are his access codes, but they're on lockdown at his old office in the Charleston Capitol building.
592FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbieScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Final stage: upload the routing schematics and the access codes to create the network we need to make the SDS work. I've programmed the holotape to be able to run a program in any relay tower. Once that's done, all you have to do is journey back here and reboot the system. Then pray to whatever god you believe in that this all comes together and runs like clockwork!
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596FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbiesTerminalTo the lucky survivor who found this terminal: My name is Abbie (Abigayle if you want to get technical), and I am, or was, the last surviving member of a group called the Free States. Since the war, Mother Nature's gotten quite creative. Her latest babies, the Scorched and Scorchbeasts, are by far our biggest threat. If you're interested in saving humanity, I'm really hoping you'll help a dead girl out and finish this system. Everything you need to know is on this terminal, along with a few other informative bits. Fingers crossed it's all still up and running.
597FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbiesTerminalThe Brotherhood's gone. Their last message was about Defiance falling. They were so tight-lipped we didn't even know about Fort Defiance until after they were wiped out. Camp Venture's been empty for so long, but maybe the answer's there? But with the Scorched roaming in greater numbers... I certainly can't make it there. What happened to the Brotherhood? Maybe the key to stopping the Scorchbeasts lies in answering that.
598FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbiesTerminalI picked up a really faint radio signal the other night. It was a woman's voice. It sounded like she was offering help, but I couldn't make it out. The signal comes and goes. It seemed to get a little stronger as I went west towards the mountains. I want to check it out; now that everyone's gone, I could really use the help from someone, anyone who's still alive... buuuuut, I'd have to go through Raider territory to get close enough for the signal to come in strong, and I just can't risk it. This sucks.
599FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbiesTerminalRebooting... Complete.
600FS01_MQ_Warn_AbbieWorkstationTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To the lucky survivor who found this terminal: My name is Abbie (Abigayle if you want to get technical), and I am, or was, the last surviving member of a group called the Free States. Since the war, Mother Nature's gotten quite creative. Her latest babies, the Scorched and Scorchbeasts, are by far our biggest threat. If you're interested in saving humanity, I'm really hoping you'll help a dead girl out and finish this system. Everything you need to know is on this terminal, along with a few other informative bits. Fingers crossed it's all still up and running.
601FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalAccessing database... File located. Loading file... Done.
602FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalAccessing database... File located. Loading file... Done.
603FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: All units operational at this time.
604FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalPinging communications... Verifications FAILED. Scorched Detectors located in the [MIRE] require maintenance.
605FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Top of the world communications uplink undetected.
606FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Relay Tower 01 communications uplink is currently unresponsive. Deploying Rover Unit for repairs.
607FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Relay Tower 02 communications uplink is currently unresponsive. Deploying Rover Unit for repairs.
608FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Relay Tower 03 communications uplink is currently unresponsive. Deploying Rover Unit for repairs.
609FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Relay Tower 04 communications uplink is currently unresponsive. Deploying Rover Unit for repairs.
610FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Relay Tower 05 communications uplink is currently unresponsive. Deploying Rover Unit for repairs.
611FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalCommunications Uplinks: Relay Tower 06 communications uplink is currently unresponsive. Deploying Rover Unit for repairs.
612FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalAll Scorched Detectors are fully functional at this time.
613FS01_MQ_Warn_SDSTerminalRebooting... Complete.
614FS03_MQ_Fruition_ArmoryAccessHolotapeTerminalProgram complete. Link with Free States network established. Thank you! Please stand by for an important message from your sponsor.
615FS03_MQ_Fruition_ArmoryDoorSubTerminalOpening door... done.
616FS03_MQ_Fruition_ArmoryDoorSubTerminalOpening doors... done.
617FS03_MQ_Fruition_ArmoryDoorSubTerminalUnlocking door... done.
618FS03_MQ_Fruition_ArmoryDoorSubTerminalUnlocking doors... done.
619FS03_MQ_Fruition_MasterHolotapeTerminalScan FAILED. Requires files could not be located. Retrying... Retrying... Retrying... Unable to locate required files.
620FS03_MQ_Fruition_MasterHolotapeTerminalFile located: Routing_Schematics Downloading... Downloading... Downloading... Downloading... Download complete.
621FS03_MQ_Fruition_MasterHolotapeTerminalFile located: Access_Codes Downloading... Downloading... Downloading... Downloading... Download complete.
622FS03_MQ_Fruition_MasterHolotapeTerminalConnection established. Relay tower terminal detected. Initiating protocols... Uploading Routing_Schematics... Uploading Access_Codes... Uploading priority message voice files... Upload complete. Success! Scorched Detection System reboot required.
623FS03_MQ_Fruition_MasterHolotapeTerminalScan FAILED. Terminal is under lockdown. Retrying... Retrying... Retrying... Unable to bypass terminal lockdown.
624FS03_MQ_Fruition_RaleighTerminal----------------------------------------------------- We finally got a decent perimeter set up around Harpers Ferry. It's quite the improvised mix of train cars and scrap. Fingers crossed, she holds. Eddie's working on getting patrols together. Miranda's completely stepped aside which has eased some of the tension. The woman has many flaws, but to her credit, pride ain't one of them.
625FS03_MQ_Fruition_RaleighTerminalWe met a group today calling themselves the Brotherhood of Steel. Believe me, it ain't no union. From what I heard, some of them once forced a group of our own out of Thunder Mountain back when they went by some other name. Either way, I don't like it. We're not rebuilding this place to be taken over by some self-proclaimed military. They're exactly what we wanted to get away from.
626FS03_MQ_Fruition_RaleighTerminalWe've been able to set up a few small trade routes which have been risky but successful. We found a couple more communities out there. Some people are building up in the trees, others managed a decent shanty town, for lack of a better word. Then of course there's the route we secured to Charleston to work with the Responders. It's been a decent exchange so far, and hopefully we can build it up.
627FS03_MQ_Fruition_RaleighTerminalWe found a body the other day. It's so torn up we have no way of knowing who it was, and it's got the entire town in an uproar. Most are worried about some new killer creature. But a few other folks think we got a madman on the loose. Of course Sam's also nowhere to be found, so the next question is, is he the victim? The man just got here after burying his daughter. It wouldn't surprise me if this was what he wanted. Eddie, Niraj, Miranda; they all think it's him, but my gut says otherwise. And why? I guess believing Sam just left without a word is still better than him being dead.
628FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamCharlestonTerminal-------------------------------------------------- | *** WARNING *** WARNING *** WARNING *** | -------------------------------------------------- >>The password entered is incorrect. G26 Security Clearance required. Violators will be prosecuted at the highest level.
629FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamCurtisSubTerminal[Thu 10 June 2077 08:00:58] Senator Blackwell, I've canceled your appointment with Dr. Ranser, although he argued strongly against it. I verified any records of the appointment have been purged from the system. Should we be worried? Obviously, I'd love to know what this is about. Maybe over lunch? Curtis Cline Deputy Chief of Staff -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
630FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamCurtisSubTerminal[Fri 11 June 2077 08:01:33] Senator Blackwell, I highly advise staying far away from the Raleigh Clay case. I know he's a close friend, but this has "set up" written all over it. Someone wants to take him down for the Free States movement, and they won't hesitate to tie you to that sinking ship. We can't afford that type of publicity. Curtis Cline Deputy Chief of Staff -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
631FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamCurtisSubTerminal[Mon 14 June 2077 08:03:43] Senator Blackwell, I heard from Judge Harlan that your divorce is set to be finalized on 15 Oct. I felt it prudent to give you a heads up so it didn't come as a surprise. I would even go so far as to recommend you take the day off. I know how much she still means to you. We should talk. Curtis Cline Deputy Chief of Staff -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
632FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamMcDougallSubTerminal[Wed 02 June 2077 08:03:24] Sam, The Energy Conference meeting is coming up and I wanted to touch base on the arguments you'll be presenting. I know we don't see eye to eye on this, but profit margins cannot be ignored. Workers will lose their jobs, but they bounce back. They've got VTU right down the street. Let's talk about it. I'll buy you lunch. - Jon -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
633FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamMcDougallSubTerminal[Thu 03 June 2077 10:33:15] Sam, I get it. You're angry. You stood me up for lunch. Again. But we really need to talk about this upcoming meeting. General Atomics is very interested in bringing in an updated line of robots. We just make that known, RobCo gets nervous, a bidding war breaks out and it's money in the pocket. Done and done. We really need you on board to get this done. -Jon -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
634FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamMcDougallSubTerminal[Fri 04 June 2077 16:18:54] You asshole. You ignore my calls, correspondence, you can't be reached, and then you pull that anti-automation bullshit at the Energy meeting? Mooreland was right. You really are looking to make some enemies here. Watch your back, Blackwell. -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
635FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamMemoSubTerminalDate: 4 June 2077 To: All Attendees From: Justine Messier Energy Conference Committee The Committee was unable to come to an agreement as per usual. Senator McDougall walked out (also as usual) once Senator Blackwell made his case for the blue collar, flesh and blood worker. The push for automation, though desired, results in too many job casualties and needs re-evaluation for a slow roll-out plan. The Committee will reconvene in one week where a new bill may be proposed. Updated Policies Congressmen who are unable to give Committee proposals their full attention will now be fined. Continued violations of this policy will result in removal from the Committee.
636FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamMemoSubTerminalDate: 7 June 2077 To: All VIP Guests From: Yolanda Rothburg Overview Vault-Tec University is a wealth of scientific and technological developement with students graduating and moving into the work force at a higher percentage than any other Univeristy in the nation. In order to maintain our success in preparing for the future, we're having our summer fundraising gala so others may continue to show their ongoing support of our nation's most prestigious school. Guidelines Please arrive prompty at 7:00 pm. This is a formal event. Dress code will be enforced at the door. Donations will be made public, so consult your conscience. As a reminder, there is really nothing as priceless as the education of our future. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
637FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamMemoSubTerminalDate: 14 June 2077 To: Samuel Blackwell From: Johannes Channing As per your request, a thorough investigation has been launched into the alleged wrongful imprisonment of Raleigh Clay. We will be trying to identify proper motive, the legitimacy of the accusations, and making sure standard procedures were followed in both his arrest and imprisonment. An initial kickoff meeting will be held on 16 June for briefings and to establish teams. Personnel Chief Inspector Jon Amundi Investigator Maude Salvatore Investigator Llewelyn Henning
638FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamPerrySubTerminal[Wed 02 June 2077 17:03:12] Hey Sam, I did my best trying to convince the military to take down all those signs, but the General outright refused. On the bright side, at least they don't specifically call out the Free States by name... yet. Stafford was pretty pissed when I approached him about it, so they must really be on his shit list. Sorry I couldn't do more. Hope we're still on for dinner. Perry -------------------------------------------------- >>You Replied Thu 03 June 2077 01:41:21
639FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamPerrySubTerminal[Mon 07 June 2077 10:12:11] Hey Sam, I heard it on good authority that McDougall's got a team of PIs out there looking to dig up what dirt they can on you. I know Emily's not going to get into your separation. Other then that, not sure if there's anything worth finding besides the fact that you're a terrible dancer and can't hold your liquor, but just a heads up. For Judith's sake. Perry -------------------------------------------------- >>You Replied Mon 07 June 2077 10:48:26
640FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamPerrySubTerminal[Fri 11 June 2077 07:17:32] Jesus, Sam. Knowing Raleigh, I've never seen such a smoking pile of shit. I'll try to set up a meet sometime today. -------------------------------------------------- >>You Replied Fri 11 June 2077 22:03:22
641FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamSubTerminalJuly Appointments 07/04 - Independence Day Dinner with Dept. of Transportation Commissioner 07/10 - Vault-Tec University Fundraising Gala 07/14 - Job renewal speech at Thunder Mountain Power Plant 07/16 - Lunch with Secretary of Defense 07/22 - Resource speech at Capitol with Unions 07/28 - Meeting with Senator Burk to go over Automation bill proposal
642FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamTSubTerminal[Fri 04 June 2077 06:19:37] Senator, Recommended reading for the upcoming Intelligence Committee meeting. - The Congressional Bunker project -- Who has stake in this? Who's really funding? -- Is Vault-Tec overly involved? Trustworthy? The answers to these questions are the source of my fears, and exactly why I need your help. - T -------------------------------------------------- >>You Replied Fri 04 June 2077 08:11:33
643FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamTSubTerminal[Thu 10 June 2077 06:23:01] Senator, The most recent evidence is pointing to the Department of Agriculture having a large stake in the bunker project. I've put out feelers to find out what Sec. Eckhart's involvement is. And why Agriculture is sinking so much time into the bunker. - T -------------------------------------------------- >>You Replied Thu 10 June 2077 09:00:02
644FS03_MQ_Fruition_SamTSubTerminal[Fri 11 June 2077 05:59:00] Senator, I must advise that you keep yourself removed from Raleigh Clay's wrongful imprisonment. The Free States members should have the capacity to draw enough negative attention to get him freed. More importantly, I need you to maintain your presence on the Intelligence Committee. I'll be in touch. - T -------------------------------------------------- >>No Response
645FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityGuillermoSubTerminalUnlocking... ...ERROR ...Terminal not found >>Please contact security systems administrator.
646FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityNotesSubTerminalTeam, Billy Tendel is an asshole who's head is too far up his ass to know when his terminal is turned off. Take your time helping the guy. Thirty minute response time does not apply, and I won't hold anyone accountable. Matthew Fennick Security Management
647FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityNotesSubTerminalFour boxes of donuts in the lounge. Feel free to take more than one. Live without restrictions. Jamison =^..^=
648FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityNotesSubTerminalSome of us have decided to start up a Tuesday Happy Hour since one day a week is not enough. If you're in, let us know. We'll be sure you aren't left behind. I already cleared this with HR, too, so no use complaining if you're against fun. I'm looking at you, Frank. - Wendy
649FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecuritySamSubTerminalUnlocking... >>This account is now unlocked.
650FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityTicketsSubTerminalThis is Billy Tendel. My terminal screen is blank. I'm submitting this on Chelsea's terminal since obviously I can't get jack shit done with it that way.
651FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityTicketsSubTerminalHey everyone, I've been trying to retrieve some archived files for an upcoming case, and I'm getting a File Not Found error. I know they're there. I just accessed them last month, but never took them out. If someone could take a look, I'd appreciate it. Rodney
652FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityTicketsSubTerminalTo Whom it May Concern: For some stupid reason, the letter between J and L is busted. Obviously, I can't type it out, and it's annoying. Can someone please come see if I need a new terminal or if this letter can be fixed? It's annoying enough trying to come up with substitute words so I don't seem like an idiot when I type. Gratitude, Leo
653FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityTicketsSubTerminalGood morning, I managed to get a holotape stuck in my terminal. I'm not sure how to get it out. Sending out an SOS. Bill
654FS03_MQ_Fruition_SecurityVeronicaSubTerminalUnlocking... ...ERROR ...Terminal not found >>Please contact security systems administrator.
655FSS02_Vigilant_TerminalRebooting... ... ... Complete. Scorched Detection Communications are now Online.
656FS_AbbiePersonalTerminal----------------------------------------------------- The Brotherhood's gone. Their last message was about Defiance falling, wherever that is. Now Raleigh's putting together a group to see what they can salvage from their old stomping ground, Camp Venture. They may have been assholes, but if anyone stood a real chance against the Scorched, it was the Brotherhood. I'm curious about what happened, but that would mean finding this Fort Defiance. And from the sound of that message, it's probably crawling with Scorched.
657FS_AbbiePersonalTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I picked up a really faint radio signal the other night. It was a woman's voice. It sounded like she was offering help, but I couldn't make it out. The signal comes and goes. It seemed to get a little stronger as I went west toward the mountains. I want to check it out; now that everyone's gone, I could really use some help from someone, anyone who's still alive... buuuuut, I'd have to go through Raider territory to get close enough for the signal to come in strong, and I just can't risk it. This sucks.
658FS_AbbiePersonalTerminal----------------------------------------------------- My dad thinks I'm old enough to start learning a thing or two about this Scorched Detection System, and it's just been work, work, work ever since. I hate it. I mean, I get that the Scorched suck and wiped out Harpers, but do they really think all of this is going to work? I'm pretty sure we're screwed, and I'll be staring at cinderblock walls for the rest of my life.
659FS_AbbiePersonalTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Dax is gone. He "disappeared" but we all know he's dead. It's the last time anyone should trust Calvin to do anything. I don't even see why I had to have a brother. I could've been an only child. Twice the birthday presents, double the allowance, and best of all, a dog that would still be alive.
660FS_AbbiePersonalTerminal----------------------------------------------------- It's been one year since I lost my dad. I was reading through his terminal and remembered how dead set he was on saving us. He trained me, as much as I hated it, to know the SDS inside and out... so I could be here to finish it if he died. And then he died, and I did nothing. Starting today, as much as it terrifies me to try, I'm going to finish this system. It's what they all died for, even Calvin. I'm pretty sure this won't end well, but I have nothing to lose.
661FS_AbbiePersonalTerminal----------------------------------------------------- A while back, I said I'd finish the SDS... I realized that the chances of my success are maybe a bazillion to one, so FIRST I spent way too much time rigging a million different things so if someone else found my bunker after I'm gone, they have a chance to finish it as well. And now that's done... and I realize this may be my last entry. I've packed a bag, and I'm off to Top of the World to find Madigan's uplink.
662FS_CalebHouseTerminalThat's it. I'm fed up. Bill and Stan came by the house to "lecture" me about trying to help the people in this town. Well that's it. I'm done. They can all bask in the glory of nuclear fallout when those bombs drop. The shelter is almost complete. I might just send Beth and the kids there early. It just doesn't feel safe if people are going to start confronting me in our own home.
663FS_EllaClinicTerminal----------------------------------------------------- In commandeering this terminal, I found the following entry: "As of May 23rd, this clinic no longer serves the Carson family. This includes Caleb, Elizabeth, and their children Madeleine and Max. You can refer them to Morgantown or Charleston, but due to their constant involvement with the Free States, our doors are closed to them." I just have no words. To think the people here hated us this much. And now here we are, saving their lives...
664FS_EllaClinicTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I finally got this clinic in decent shape. It wasn't easy given the amount of patients we're already dealing with, but I had a lot of help from the survivors. I met a nice girl named Lucy who's been a big help. The mayor has even pitched in. And as an added bonus, Abbie and Marty have been helping, too. It doesn't really seem to be Abbie's thing, but it's good to see her putting in the effort. Niraj told me she wasn't too keen on the idea of coming out here.
665FS_EllaClinicTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I was talking to Miranda at the clinic the other day and she told me about having an "ambassador" from Vault 94. From what she described, and what I can gather, I'm betting you anything some simple fools went out there, witnessed a GECK in action, and somehow messed it all up out of ignorance. It explains the second large explosion we felt after the bombs dropped, and how this mysterious "fog" came rolling out which stirred up all this change. I can't even begin to scientifically theorize the effect it would have on an environment when "improperly utilized."
666FS_EllaGhoulsSubTerminalToday we got our first definitive proof that a ghoul could be, for lack of better words, friendly. One of the local boys, Daniel Whitby was sick. We all figured he'd taken a backset of the flu, and Lucy was keeping a close eye on him. Well, all hell broke lose when people found out Lucy was hiding him away, looking for a cure. That boy just looked, scientifically speaking, all pruned up. Now Lucy's fled Harpers on account of people being royal assholes, and we've got Daniel locked up in quarantine. I'm not even sure he'll last the night, but I've got Charlie and Jacob keeping watch.
667FS_EllaGhoulsSubTerminalTalked to a few survivors today bout the idea of sentient ghouls. Had a man half off his rocker claiming he heard one of them talk... But of course he shot her first chance he had. I can't really blame him, but if something's talking to you, you may want to try listening next time. For all he knows, she could've been a survivor just like him, covered in swamp mud! But old Terry's story brought out a few more from people who thought they may've heard a ghoul or two say a few things that made sense. Most with the same kneejerk reaction. I went and told Duncan if he has any run ins with some chatty ghouls to see if he can either catch one or at least bring me the body.
668FS_EllaGhoulsSubTerminalI've been working with Maria Chavez a bit on these ghouls. There no lack of bodies, although we steer clear of the glowing ones. I can only wonder theorize on the circumstances that created those abominations. Body systems are mostly intact, some just barely, and others, like the immune system, I can't even speak for. The radiation in their systems may be their new immune system now. We've noticed some regenerative properties, especially when glowing ones are present, so I can only speculate that radiation has made some severe changes to their cells.
669FS_EllaGhoulsSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I saw and killed my first live "ghoul" today. There was no pride in it. The whole thing's got my mind all gaumed up. When I examined the body, his human life was all I could see. I found a letter to his mama, just rotting away in his pocket. A picture of his daughter, least I assume, in an old locket around his neck. I mean, Jesus. Is this what we're all heading for? I'm going to see if I can get in touch with Maria from that Responders group. I'll see what she knows, and maybe we can learn more about it.
670FS_EllaJournalHarpersSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I was talking to Miranda at the clinic the other day and she told me about having an "ambassador" from Vault 94. From what she described, and what I can gather, I'm betting you anything some simple fools went out there, witnessed a GECK in action, and somehow messed it all up out of ignorance. It explains the second large explosion we felt after the bombs dropped, and how this mysterious "fog" came rolling out which stirred up all this change. I can't even begin to scientifically theorize the effect it would have on an environment when "improperly utilized."
671FS_EllaJournalHarpersSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I met another Free States member today named Jacob. He doesn't know a thing about medicine, but he's pretty determined to help. He's been trying to make room for patients and make sure we have what we need here. I noticed he even got Charlie to start helping out a little. Either way, it's nice to see other members pitching in. Raleigh
672FS_EllaJournalHarpersSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Today, we met a guy named Derek Castle. He said he's a member of a group called the Responders. I've never been so thankful in my life! They have people trained in medicine and supplies to help us out. He even mentioned sending someone along that can stick around as a second pair of hands since we need it so badly.
673FS_EllaJournalPostSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- We're back from Harpers Ferry. It did not go as planned. We put up a good fight, but Mother Nature's truly trying to reclaim what she's lost... with a little evolutionary help from mankind's meddling, I'm sure. The sheer devastation of that town, in what felt like the blink of an eye, is heart breaking. We weren't ready for that kind of attack from that manner of creature. We only heard the stories, but now we know. The threat is real. Raleigh wasn't about to let us try and pick up the pieces. Not after the wounded succumbed to whatever this Scorched disease is. So now we're back, and I pray to God we can find a way to fight this.
674FS_EllaJournalPostSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I talked to Raleigh today about making contact with the Responders. I sure could benefit from their expertise with all this Scorched research. Of course he refused, saying we don't have the resources to help anyone but ourselves right now. From a logical standpoint, it's true. We have nothing to spare after our efforts at Harpers Ferry. And I understand why we're back. We need to figure this out to survive and it'll benefit more than us when all's said and done.
675FS_EllaJournalPostSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Jacob offered to go on a little flower hunt for me. He swore up and down he could identify red clover and passion flowers like the back of his hand. You'd think he was a kid going flower picking for his mama he seemed so excited. Of course, it's been a while now and he hasn't returned. I never should have let him go, or at least gone with him. Thank God Charlie volunteered to go look for him, even though he refused to let me go with.
676FS_EllaJournalPostSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I saw Niraj today, doctor to patient. After many discussions on family history and symptoms, we both believe he's in an early stage of Parkinson's. Obviously, there's no way to know. Of course he made me swear not to tell anyone. Just another secret in the back of my head. Jesus. Raleigh would kill me if he knew. First his best friend, and now Niraj? All I need is for Eddie to come crawling to me with cancer next!
677FS_EllaMireSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Between the radiation and some unknown occurrence, much of the plant life in the area has mutated. While mutation can be expected due to the radiation, something else is at work here. The entire area has taken on a reddish color, and vines now cover trees, houses, break through walls, you name it. I'm calling them stranglers because they're slowly sucking the life out of whatever tree they can sink their tendrils into. The flowers have also changed and the usual medicinal flora I used to be so familiar with is now foreign. I'll have to run a series of tests to see what these new mutations have to offer.
678FS_EllaMireSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- None of the local fauna has survived the radiation with no signs of mutation. Insects have ballooned in size. And yes, "ballooned" is my scientific term. I saw a deer with two heads, a crayfish the size of a truck, and something that looked like a walking tadpole. Icing on the cake? Now that they're all quite big, they seem hell bent on killing us. As someone who went through medical school, I'm both horrified and fascinated... but mostly I'm just fearing for my life.
679FS_EllaMireSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- I supposed with nuclear fallout still in the air, we're bound to have a few changes in weather. We resealed ourselves in our bunkers yesterday because we were hit by a very radioactive rainstorm. We got everyone inside, showered best we could, and took a decent dose of RadAway. We haven't been out here long, but what isn't trying to kill us these days? With our luck, it'll be the air next.
680FS_EllaScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- From a series of tests, it appears the Scorched emit a unique radiation signature. The emission is weak, so unlike some of the highly radioactive counterparts of some creatures in the area, they can't harm you by being in close proximity... unless you're in arms reach... or they've got a gun on you. I'm hoping Niraj can do something with this information. Maybe he can rig up some sort of device that can warn us if it picks up the signature.
681FS_EllaScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- We already know the "Scorched Disease" can infect any living creature. Anything from mole rats to humans. It doesn't discriminate. At Harpers Ferry, we observed a combination of Scorchbeast and Scorched, attacking "side by side." Since then, we've also seen other Scorched creatures that seem to acknowledge the other is afflicted with the same disease. It's questionable whether they're working together, or if they simply recognize they aren't enemies. Could this be more of a parasite than a disease? Maybe even something more advanced like a collective intelligence?
682FS_EllaScorchedSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- The Scorchbeasts have definitely won the title of apex predator in Appalachia. There's no doubt they've evolved from some species of bat which makes them quite fascinating creatures due to their size. I'd like to think it was one of those cute pygmy bats we used to chase out of the caves when I was little... Daddy always said they'd have their revenge! I'm not about to pull off any DNA testing in this lab, so all I can do is theorize. But assuming they retain bat-like qualities, it's at least worth a shot to see if we can use some sort of high pitched frequencies to confuse the hell out of them.
683FS_NirajArmoryTerminalI've started construction on an air scrubber that we can set up throughout Harpers Ferry. These storms that blow through full of radiation and strange disease are too much.
684FS_NirajArmoryTerminalInitial testing of the air scrubbers appeared successful. Now it's just a matter of listing out and scavenging the materials to create, oh only a dozen more or so. Hopefully the benefit will get some people on board.
685FS_NirajPersonalSubTerminalDear Gen, We did it. We officially moved into the bunker today. Since we had room for a few more, we took on the Cohens. Did you know they just had a little girl? I'm sure Abbie and Cal will appreciate the distraction. Some other kids to pick on besides each other. So far, we're all a little excited. It's more of a camping trip right now than a reality.
686FS_NirajPersonalSubTerminalMy dearest Gen, The kids are getting restless now. Seems the newness of the bunker has worn off. Abbie's old enough that I can distract her with a few small engineering projects, though she's missing her friends. Calvin and Daniel on the other hand are around the same age, and this place can barely contain their energy levels. At least us adults can still appreciate a good drink once the kids are in bed.
687FS_NirajPersonalSubTerminalDear Gen, Raleigh and Sam were right. It finally happened. China dropped the bomb. We felt the vibrations go through the entire bunker, and the kids barely left my side since. The news has been chaotic. So far, the bunker's integrity has held. No radiation has gotten through. Let's hope it stays that way.
688FS_NirajPersonalSubTerminalDear Geneva, Raleigh sent out a call last night, asking if anyone would like to attempt to rebuild a life outside at Harpers Ferry. After some discussions with the kids and the Cohen's, we've decided to try. It's not going to be easy, but if Abbie and Cal can live a life where they see the sky and interact with more people, I think it's worth a shot.
689FS_NirajPersonalSubTerminalMy dearest Geneva, It's been a while. I haven't written on this terminal since we left for Harpers Ferry, but we're back. It was a seven year effort, but a failed one. This new world is more dangerous then we anticipated. There's a new creature out there we call the Scorched. It takes over an organism somehow. Bears, deer... and even people. Until we can devise a way to face them, we're back in the bunker where I can keep Abbie and Cal safe. We lost the Cohens to this abberration. I won't lose our children.
690FS_NirajTechnicalSubTerminalProposal: Scorched Detection Devices Ella believes the Scorched have a unique radiation signature. I'm fairly certain I can rig a device that can detect this and send out a signal. It could be a type of early warning system. If we have the means to fight, we can fight. And if not, we can retreat to our bunkers. I'll start drawing up plans tonight.
691FS_NirajTechnicalSubTerminalProposal: Detection Network We've talked about adding detectors to the surrounding regions so we have better eyes into what may be coming our way. This will require a greater communications network than I can rig together. I think we can somehow utilize the relay towers for this. I'm pretty sure I can build a communications uplink to pick up and send our own signals. Eddie's putting together a team for us to go investigate.
692FS_NirajTechnicalSubTerminalProposal: Repair bot for uplinks It's absurd how often these uplinks become damaged due to the local "wildlife." After Terry's death, I've decided to construct a robot that can handle it. I found an eyebot that I think we can make use of.
693FS_NirajTechnicalSubTerminalProposal: Scorchbeast Traps We found some tech at Camp Venture, left behind by the Brotherhood of Steel. Ella is theorizing that we can make adjustments to create at type of sonic trap for the Scorchbeast. If we can find the right frequency, I think we'll be able to disorient it, maybe even ground it, long enough to kill it.
694FS_RaleighIncomingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: We recently survived the worst conditions the Mire has ever seen. The following is documentation on steps to take should this happen again. 1. Crevasse Dam. Crank the turbine to max flow to flush the river. 2. Dyer Chem. Follow instructions on their Operation Clean and Clear and flush it into the river to absorb the radiation. 3. Kill any and all glowing creatures you see. Questions? You know how to reach me. - Raleigh
695FS_RaleighIncomingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: Eddie said they fought off some ghouls and mirelurks that looked to be infested with Strangler vines. The creatures worked together as if something was controlling them. Eventually, they found what he called the Heart. Taking out the Heart seemed to stop the creatures, but there's no guarantee that something like this couldn't happen again. Should anyone come across any vine-infested creature, report it immediately to Eddie and his team. This way they can locate any controlling heart in the area to stop it. - Raleigh
696FS_RaleighIncomingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: I'm not sure how many people this will reach after the attack on Harpers Ferry. But rest assured, we are working hard on a solution for this new threat. From the Brotherhood's last transmission, we know we're on our own, and we know their reports were real. All we can advise for now is to remain in what shelters you may have found, and, if you must leave, stay under as much cover as possible. - Raleigh
697FS_RaleighIncomingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: After many losses, we've set up several locations with Scorchbeast Lures. Should you find yourself in a situation where a Scorchbeast is in the area, keep your Pip-Boys on to listen for priority message alerts. Eddie is making them as we speak. We'll be sending out instructions on proper usage soon. But remember: use your best judgement. Use the lure if you are prepared, but if you can, always seek shelter first. - Raleigh
698FS_RaleighOutgoingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: We recently survived the worst conditions the Mire has ever seen. The following is documentation on steps to take should this happen again. 1. Crevasse Dam. Crank the turbine to max flow to flush the river. 2. Dyer Chem. Follow instructions on their Operation Clean and Clear and flush it into the river to absorb the radiation. 3. Kill any and all glowing creatures you see. Questions? You know how to reach me. - Raleigh
699FS_RaleighOutgoingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: Eddie said they fought off some ghouls and mirelurks that looked to be infested with Strangler vines. The creatures worked together as if something was controlling them. Eventually, they found what he called the Heart. Taking out the Heart seemed to stop the creatures, but there's no guarantee that something like this couldn't happen again. Should anyone come across any vine-infested creature, report it immediately to Eddie and his team. This way they can locate any controlling heart in the area to stop it. - Raleigh
700FS_RaleighOutgoingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: I'm not sure how many people this will reach after the attack on Harpers Ferry. But rest assured, we are working hard on a solution for this new threat. From the Brotherhood's last transmission, we know we're on our own, and we know their reports were real. All we can advise for now is to remain in what shelters you may have found, and, if you must leave, stay under as much cover as possible. - Raleigh
701FS_RaleighOutgoingNotesTerminal----------------------------------------------------- To all: After many losses, we've set up several locations with Scorchbeast Lures. Should you find yourself in a situation where a Scorchbeast is in the area, keep your Pip-Boys on to listen for priority message alerts. Eddie is making them as we speak. We'll be sending out instructions on proper usage soon. But remember: use your best judgement. Use the lure if you are prepared, but if you can, always seek shelter first. - Raleigh
702FS_RaleighSDSSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Been talking with Niraj, Ella, and Eddie about what to do with those damn Scorched creatures in the area. If we keep losing souls to them at this rate, we'll be wiped out in less then a year. We need some sort of early warning system up and running. Niraj thinks he's got a pretty good idea on what to do since Ella said those things got their own radiation signature. He's drawing up some plans as we speak.
703FS_RaleighSDSSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Niraj's got some ideas for what he's calling a Scorched Detection System. Eddie likes to call it "Operation Cooldown" so we're going to run with that since it's much "cooler." That one's for you, Marty. Nir's gonna cobble something together using motion sensors and geiger counters so... here's hoping. Then it's a matter of what poor souls get to go pick up the scrap needed to make only, well let's say fifty or so more. Least if we die trying, it's better than waiting around.
704FS_RaleighSDSSubTerminal----------------------------------------------------- Nir's got a working prototype! Best news in a while. Abbie helped him figure out a few of the final steps. That girl's gonna be smarter than her dad real soon, if not already. I'm going to start working with him on figuring out how to network all tihs together. From talking to Abbie, I got a feeling that also means getting in contact with Sam again. She said this kinda communication's going to involve relay towers, uplinks, a satellite... access codes? I sorta glazed over halfway through, but all I know is it's gotta get done.
705FS_RaleighTerminalSam and I finally made the call. The Free States are officially underground. He handed over some documents declaring our secession and that was that. If there's any repercussions, they can have fun trying to bust in here and dragging us out. Trish and the kids are doing all right so far, although they're a little bit upset over missing out on the rest of the summer.
706FS_RaleighTerminalThe day of justification has come. I'm sure we all felt the impact of the nuke when it hit, although no one knows where it was. I've radioed a few of the others, and so far everyone's fine, if not a little shaken up.
707FS_RaleighTerminalI was up near the entrance today when I heard muffled banging on the bunker door. They kept it up off and on for a while. From what I can tell, it doesn't seem to be any of our folks, so it's more than likely a survivor seeking shelter. It's not safe yet, so I can't open door. And even if it was, I have no way of knowing who's on the other side. All I can do is pray Trish and the kids don't hear it. They don't need this on their conscience.
708FS_RaleighTerminalIt's been two years now since we went underground, and a little less from when the bombs fell. After talking to Sam and Ella, we're giving the all clear. It should be safe enough for people to come out and see what's left of this world. Hopefully, we stocked enough resources to be able to rebuild properly.
709GarrahanEstateTerminal_BillMother's been seeing that dullard of a jeweler Brighton again. Can't she see though his weak facade? He's clearly more interested in the Garrahan fortune than a meaningful relationship. I've tried talking sense into her, but she's not listening. Just the other day I heard she's lending him thousands to expand his pitiful excuse for a jewelry store. Bill knows damn well we're already stretched thin over this stupid Excavator Power Armor pipe-dream my mother dreamed up. At this rate, we're going to have to start borrowing money from him.
710GarrahanEstateTerminal_BillOne of Isaac's sloths escaped from its enclosure again and it ended up hiding in my room. Those things are too smart for their own good. I've told him time and time again, make sure the doors to all the cages are locked, but as usual, his head's in the clouds. I swear, that moron is more interested in his menagerie than his own family. I've also told him next time I flick on the lights to my room and a furry thing suddenly lunges at me, I'm going to shoot it, stuff it and mount it on my wall. Hell, if it was up to me, I'd walk right down to his little zoo and wipe the little bastards out just to save us all the trouble.
711GarrahanEstateTerminal_BillThere was a strike a today. The miners said they weren't getting enough pay and that the hours were too long. What do these Commies think this is, a luxury resort? They're lucky my mother was generous enough to give them jobs in the first place. They even had the nerve to march in front of the Estate chanting and holding signs. I stepped outside with my shotgun and told them to get the hell away from our property. Then one of them had the nerve to hit me in the arm with a potato! A quick shot into the air sent them running away like ants. I think I'm going need to order something a little special to handle the situation, just in case things really get out of hand.
712GarrahanEstateTerminal_BillMy special delivery came in today. I was so excited; my hands were shaking as I cracked open the shipping crate. Six barrels, 2,000 rounds a minute and an integrated ammo feed. It's a thing of beauty, a work of art - the pinnacle of my collection. But the cherry on top is the name I gave it enameled right onto the side: "Strike Breaker." If things ever get out of hand around here with those Commie miners again, I'll have the last word. Mother wouldn't approve, but she isn't going to be running Garrahan forever.
713GarrahanEstateTerminal_BillFinally got to unleash Strike Breaker on some of those Commies that were sitting up in Hornwright's Rockhound on Mount Blair. National Guard told me to stand down, the cowards - but they finally saw the light when the miners started firing back! Pretty sure I got six or seven of those sons-of-bitches all on my own, and did a nice bit of damage to Hornwright's machine at the same time. That's how things were done back in the 1920's and that's how they should still be done today. Amen!
714GarrahanEstateTerminal_BrightonThe business has done very well this month. My wife Vivian wasn't exactly thrilled when I told her we needed that cash injection to expand the jewelry store, but she's much happier now after she looked at the profit and loss statements! I honestly don't know how I could have done this without her. Not just in terms of the money, but also the emotional support. No matter how crazy of a dream I chase, she's right there behind me to back it up. I'm a lucky man. Today's Reminder: Order 217 - Make sure the channel sets on the rings align properly Order 219 - Check for damage to the clasp
715GarrahanEstateTerminal_BrightonVivian came home today and just collapsed into my arms. She was a real mess. I think the pressure from Hornwright and his Auto-Miners is getting to her. Then she told me about the challenge, the "Man Vs. Machine" contest. I wanted to tell her to back off, give her Excavator Power Armor project more time to take root, but that's never been her style. I could see that fire in her eyes, the same fire I saw when we were surveying that diamond mine in Africa. Six dry tunnels, but she still stuck with it - most of us would have quit after four. But lo and behold, the seventh was the jackpot. She pushed back then, and it paid off, but this situation has me worried. Finding diamonds is one thing, but betting everything on a dream, that's the real challenge. Today's Reminder: Order 222 - Ship the order Call suppliers for next month's order
716GarrahanEstateTerminal_BrightonIt's been a week since Garrahan lost the challenge to Hornwright, and Vivian still refuses to go out. She spends most of the day in her study and barely comes out to eat. We haven't slept in the same bed for days. She's taken this loss extremely hard, I wish I could find the words to make her feel better. I've knocked on her study door a few times, but she doesn't answer. I'm afraid that this is the first time in her life she doesn't know what to do and it's taking its toll. Today's Reminder: Order 301 - Arrange the center cut and surrounding stones Call bakery and order Vivian's favorite pastries
717GarrahanEstateTerminal_BryceFrom: Bryce Garrahan, Operations Manager To: Shaun Henrickson, Security Lead Shaun, I've looked over the estimates for your security proposal and I have a few comments. First, I can't approve the installation of automated, fully-armed turrets outside of our mines. Incidents of criminal damage, costly as they are, don't justify the use of lethal force. Second, I also must deny approval for the hiring of additional security staff. I'm sorry if this doesn't meet your expectations, but I can assure you I took all your suggestions into careful consideration. While I applaud your initiative, the cost is simply too high. Get back to me with the revisions soon, so I can push the rest of your proposal through in a timely manner.
718GarrahanEstateTerminal_BryceFrom: Bryce Garrahan, Operations Manager To: Vivian Garrahan, CEO Garrahan Mining Mother, all indications from our security department lead me to believe we're close to having a full-scale riot on our hands. I've taken the liberty of preemptively calling the governor to help us in our time of need. He assures me that he can call in the National Guard when things get out of hand. I would appreciate it if you could speak to Bill and make sure he doesn't decide to mete out his own brand of justice with his weapon he's so proudly been displaying in his room. I can assure you, I will be on top of the situation until all the miner's demands are met.
719GarrahanEstateTerminal_BryceFrom: Bryce Garrahan, Operations Manager To: Vivian Garrahan, CEO Garrahan Mining Now that the smoke has cleared from the miner's riots, I'm happy to report that we still have a small contingent of miners willing to peacefully negotiate terms. The culprits that destroyed the Mega Mansion at Bramwell have already been arrested, so I can assure you that this group are simply good men and women waiting to get back to work. With your approval, I'd like to begin negotiations right away. Although the behavior of these folks is reprehensible, I feel everyone should be given a chance to redeem themselves. The faster we get them back into the mines, the faster we can start generating revenue again.
720GarrahanEstateTerminal_BryceFrom: Bryce Garrahan, Operations Manager To: Vivian Garrahan, CEO Garrahan Mining Do you know what my dear brother, your son Bill did? He decided to "lend the National Guard a hand" and opened fire on the miners who were holding the Rockhound hostage! What the hell is going on around here? He has no business meddling in affairs that don't involve Garrahan, let alone bring that kind of deplorable publicity to our already struggling company. Doesn't he know I'm dealing with a delicate situation here? It took me a solid week to negotiate a peaceful settlement with our workers, and now because of Bill, they want to come back to the table. If you don't say something to him to put him in check, I'm handing in my resignation.
721GarrahanEstateTerminal_BryceFrom: Bryce Garrahan, Operations Manager To: Penny Hornwright Dearest Penny, I hope you don't mind me contacting you like this. I'm at my wit's end and I don't know what to do anymore. Between the pressures here at work, my family's internal struggles and what's going on with the military, everything feels like it's coming apart. The only thing that keeps me from losing it completely is knowing you're with me. Which is why I wanted to ask if you'll come see me at the Estate. I know your father would never approve, but now's the time that I need you most. I've known you almost all my life, and every time I was backed into a corner, you were there to save me. Well, I'm telling you, I need that again. I need you. Contact me soon.
722GarrahanHQTerminal_CEOIt's been a week since I issued the "Man Versus Machine" challenge to Daniel Hornwright and most of the company seems to think it was a mistake. My son Bryce is behind me, he's always stuck by my side, but my eldest Bill thinks I'm crazy. He'd never dare say that to my face, but I hear the rumors and the water-cooler talk. The team down in R&D have done a hell of a job with the Excavator Power Armor, but at the end of the day they've warned me we're still depending on the human element to drive the units. They say a human makes mistakes, but I say a robot malfunctions. Normally, that would level the playing field, with one important distinction. A robot doesn't care, it has no drive, no will to win. It only does what it's told and not an iota more. That's why we're going to win this contest and that's why we're going to end up on top.
723GarrahanHQTerminal_CEOToday's the day. "Man Vs. Machine" is about to begin. I couldn't sleep a wink last night, but at least my husband Brighton was home to keep my spirits up. Poor Harold, I called him maybe every hour on the hour at the lab to make sure every screw was tightened, and every axle was greased. He assures me the Excavator Power Armor is ready, and we've got the best men lining up to run it, but I still can't get this knot out of my stomach. I've sunk almost everything Garrahan has into this project. If we lose, I honestly don't know how we'll financially recover. I wonder how well Daniel Hornwright slept?
724GarrahanHQTerminal_CEOIt's funny how a minute difference in numbers can completely shatter your world. Why did we lose? How could we have been so unlucky? Hornwright's damn Auto-Miner performed flawlessly. Not a single failure, not a single stall. And our men, I'm so proud of them. They worked until they could barely stand. Had they not been in the powered suits, I'm certain they would have fallen over with exhaustion. They tried, but it just wasn't enough. And now I must decide what to do. Do I close the doors? Do I pack up and move the operation to the Adirondacks? I have a lot of thinking to do. There's the phone. I'm guessing it's Daniel. Time to fall on my sword.
725GarrahanHQTerminal_CEOSomeone once said "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now." I'm sure whoever came up with that quote never ran a mining company, but their words ring true. I can't give up, I can't throw away everything I worked so hard to achieve. Garrahan Mining will push through this dark time and we'll rise again. In an effort to increase mining output, I'm seriously considering Daniel's offer to lease some of their Auto-Miner units, but I'm not certain if it's the right thing to do. I must weigh our financial responsibilities against the welfare of my employees. I've also started to think it's time that I step down. The Excavator Power Armor program has been scrapped, millions of dollars have gone to waste and there's no one to blame but myself. I just have to decide if I'm ready to hand over the reins to Bryce, or if he's ready to accept them.
726GarrahanHQTerminal_CEOGot an interesting package from HalluciGen, Inc. today. Seems they've caught wind of the mining protests around here and decided to "help" by sending me a sample of their hallucinogen gas and an estimate for a full order if I wanted to buy. Never mind the fact that I'd like to resolve these protests peacefully. Apparently, they'd rather I gas the miners and call it a day. As soon as I get a chance, I'll be sending a message back to the company telling them where they can stick their canister.
727GarrahanHQTerminal_SecurityPrichard over at Mine Security tells me some troublemakers took a shovel to some of the Auto-Miners, which pretty much shuts the place down. Don't these idiots know that they're breaking the law? I mean, I get why they're angry. Heck, I'd be angry too if they started replacing security guards with Protectrons or something, but there's got to be a better solution to this problem that doesn't involve criminal damage. Anyway, I told Prichard to start carrying a piece while on patrol. Don't want those miners taking a shovel to one of us.
728GarrahanHQTerminal_SecurityPulled into work this morning at Garrahan HQ, and observed one of the ex-miners had sprayed "They Took Our Jobs!" on the wall. I'm glad we could scrub most of it off before Vivian arrived at noon. She's has enough on her plate right now. You've got the newspapers describing her as a villain, people around here throwing rotten vegetables at her limo and having to keep Garrahan's creditors at bay. I have no idea how she keeps it all together. I guess that's why she's the CEO and I'm just a security guard.
729GarrahanHQTerminal_SecurityWe're at Code Red Status today. Some of the ex-miners got bold, stole some blasting explosives and took down one of the Mega Mansions at Bramwell. There are at least two people dead and several wounded. We've got fully armed guards at the front of the headquarters and I heard that the military may be on its way. We have full authorization to shoot any of these rioters on sight. This is getting really bad, really fast. These miners have lost their minds. Between what's going on around here and what's going on in Alaska, I'd say the whole world's going straight to hell.
730GarrahanHQTerminal_SecurityI don't know what's going on, but I can't get anyone on the radio this morning. People around the office are saying something about an attack, but I need to get confirmation. I'm going to hold off locking down Garrahan HQ until I get some sort of confirmation from either Vivian or Prichard. Now I'm hearing some low rumbles, sort of like mining blasts. I hope the miner riots haven't started up again. I better go check it out. I'll update the log as I discover more.
731GeneralsSteakhouse_TerminalAll wait staff should give extra consideration to any customers that come in from the RobCo Research Center. They make up more than half our clientele during the week.
732GeneralsSteakhouse_TerminalBoss, I put all the copies of that nutcase's manifesto in the basement, like you asked. You sure we shouldn't go to the police?
733GlassedCaves_CB_LoreTerminal01These Hornwright bots are great for drilling, but no one bothered to figure out how to haul Ultracite without breaking it, so I still got people down there just to bring it up. Had to cut all their salaries because they aren't really mining techs, anymore. The scientists who are maintaining the bots get paid ten times that. We're just begging for a fight to break out.
734GlassedCaves_CB_LoreTerminal01All the mines are reporting more protestors showing up. Lot of them are former employees. I'm just trying to do my job, but they make me feel like a scumbag for using the bots. What else can I do? I'm getting into trouble with HQ just keeping the employees I got.
735GlassedCaves_CB_LoreTerminal02If you have any doubts about what we're doing here, then I want Doctor Ector to give you a demonstration of the generator technology his team is working on. A chunk of that Ultracite is still powering that generator. It's going to power this whole mine once they're done. Do the math. Hell, make Doctor Ector do the math FOR you. Ultracite is going to be the future fuel source for this entire country. We're not stopping over a few protestors. Let the politicians worry about that.
736GlassedCaves_CB_LoreTerminal02Our maintenance efforts are double the projected schedule. No one seems concerned since buying a new Auto-Miner is such a drop in the bucket, but I swear something's wrong. I think it's those people we're paying to haul off the Ultracite. I heard a rumor that they all used to be miners before this became an Ultracite facility. I wouldn't put those angry locals past sabotage.
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738GQ_AirDropRadioStationTerminalPlease contact your nearest National Catastrophe Relief Auxiliary office for assistance. NOTE: In case of emergency, authorized users may utilize US Government Supply Requisition holotapes to connect with the automated NCRA systems.
739Helvetia_Lore_BallotTerminalThe Automated Voting System of Appalachia (A.V.A) is going to make elections in this territory the envy of the nation. No more counting by hand. Instant verification for every ballot. Now we just need to wait for the big day to arrive.
740Helvetia_Lore_BallotTerminalThe printers are hooked up to the A.V.A. system, and they're telling me some of the software is time-locked. Look, don't worry about it. It'll print out ballots like it's throwing up liberty once it gets the signal.
741HornwrightEstateTerminal_PennyFrom: Penny Hornwright To: Daniel Hornwright Hi, Dad. I got the flowers you sent to the house. They're lovely. I know you're worried about me, and how I feel about Mom's death, but I can promise you that I've made peace with the whole thing. She was suffering, Dad. If she had remained alive, she would have gotten weaker and weaker until she'd be laying in a hospital hooked to a bunch of machines. What kind of a life is that? She's in a better place now and I'm okay with that. I promise this won't affect anything at work, just give me one or two more days and I'll be back. I love you, Dad.
742HornwrightEstateTerminal_PennyFrom: Penny Hornwright To: Daniel Hornwright I'm getting serious reservations about this "Motherlode Project." You've presented me with some figures and theoretical formulas, and everything looks great on paper, but I can't really help you if you won't tell me more. I honestly don't appreciate being treated like one of your number-crunchers. I refuse to simply be left out of the loop on this project, especially since it's draining our financial resources. I know this is your pet project, Dad. But you have to let me in on this one.
743HornwrightEstateTerminal_PennyFrom: Penny Hornwright To: Daniel Hornwright Dad, what's this I heard about some reporter named Bill Breyer getting shot by our security? The last thing we need right now are police investigators crawling all our facility. As it is, we've had to suspend operations until the smoke clears from this public relations nightmare. If you've ever intended to pull a rabbit out of a hat, now might be the time to do it, otherwise we're looking at possible fiscal loss for this quarter. Maybe you should tell the boys over in security that this isn't the damn Wild West.
744HornwrightEstateTerminal_PennyFrom: Penny Hornwright To: Bryce Garrahan I got your message and you're worrying me, Bryce. We've known each other since we were children and I've never seen you come apart like this. I know that a lot is going on around us, but we need to stick together if we're going to get through this madness. I think we should speak to my father about us, Bryce. Tell him that we want to get married. I feel like bad things are on the horizon and we need to do this before it's too late. I'll try and sneak out of here tonight and I'll meet you in the usual place. I love you Bryce, I always will.
745HornwrightEstateTerminal_PennyFrom: Penny Hornwright To: Yvette Wiesman Yvette, can you try and track down my father? I was in my den at home and I heard a huge explosion. I think I'm even seeing a column of smoking rising from somewhere nearby. I tried to contact him, but he isn't answering the phone at headquarters. I want to make sure he's not stuck in the middle of all this. If you get through to him, have him contact me immediately. And be careful, Yvette. If that explosion is what I think it was, then the miners may have finally taken their protest too far.
746HornwrightHQPennyLabTerminalFinally got a look at some blueprints for Garrahan's Excavator Power Armor that our security department "acquired." God, what a mess. A Black Titanium coffin, effectively. Tough, sure, but some of the shortcuts their lab boys took to get this hunk of junk moving are laughable. I can't believe they think that this is the future of mining. They're so dead-set on leaving the automation out of the process that they forgot how error-prone this pile of scrap is going to be. Well, that's what you get when you work in conjunction with the military. One step forward, two steps back.
747HornwrightHQPennyLabTerminalHelped Don Mobley, our lead tech over at Hornwright Industrial with the specs for the Rockhound's upgrade. He's having problems with power drain on the Ignition Cores at 2200MWe, so I told him to dial it down to 1750 and see where that gets us. I figure at that rate, maybe you'd get one hour per core. That should let the Rockhound run much more efficiently. No need to overtax the old girl.
748HornwrightHQPennyLabTerminalThe Auto-Miners built in conjunction with AMS seem to be doing their job, so my father moved me to the new top-secret project he has cooking with the Clear Skies Alliance. They've come up with some sort of an air scrubber that pulls particulates out of the atmosphere and exchanges it with pure air. However, after pouring over the plans (no idea why the Alliance is so trusting, but that's their loss) I'm thinking we could actually use these things to our advantage. Instead of just filtering air, I'm certain we could use them to pull heavy metals out of the air and extract them down to their base elements. I'm going to run this by the team in the morning, but I'm pretty sure my calculations are correct.
749HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOVault-Tec has a saying: "Prepare for the Future!" I couldn't agree more. It's been a mantra I've been following ever since I took the reins at Hornwright. My father always thought the future of a company depended entirely upon its workforce. "Your products are only as good as the people who build them" he'd say. My father had amazing foresight, but what he didn't have was the technology to make that workforce strong and reliable. That's why I'm going full throttle on every automated worker program we have. No more sick days, no more vacations, no more maternity leaves and sudden deaths in the family. We reduce the number of people we need to run this company, yet maintain the same output and quality control. The Auto-Miner program is just the beginning - my ultimate goal is to fully automate Hornwright before 2100. If we can attain that achievement, we will no doubt be the strongest and wealthiest company this world's ever seen.
750HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOHornwright was approached by the Clear Skies Alliance a while ago - a proposal to co-own a project that would utilize scrubbers to remove harmful particles from the air and improve what they call "an unhealthy living and working atmosphere" in our region of Appalachia. My initial thought was to tell them that unless I could charge people for the clean air we generated, why would I waste precious resources on such a ridiculous venture? The PR it would generate would be decent, but we're talking development costs into the millions here. But then one of my R&D gurus took a good look at the plans and said that the scrubbers could be repurposed. Instead of scrubbing the air, the tech could be used to ionize particles and convert them into usable minerals - perhaps even aerosolize minerals from our mines and collect them automatically! Marketing even came up with a snappy name: "Ash Forges." Perfect. We'll have to keep this quiet though. If the Clear Skies Alliance finds out about this, they're likely to try and slap an injunction on Hornwright to get their plans back.
751HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOAs I sit at my terminal, I'm at a loss for words. How do I say goodbye to someone I've loved for so long? It's only been two days since my wife's death, and it still doesn't seem real. All that money spent, all those doctors. It was all for nothing. I couldn't save Evelyn. And now, the one thing I couldn't afford to lose is gone forever. I mean, just think about it. Knowing someone for years and years, and suddenly, in an instant, the realization that you'll never hear their voice again. Never see them smile again. Never feel their embrace again. My daughter Penny says she's okay, that she's made peace with the matter, but inside I suspect that it's taken its toll. I wish I could get her to admit her true feelings to me, but her will is just too strong. I can't let this beat me. I must push forward, I have to complete the Motherlode Project. If not for myself and my sanity, I'll do it for Evelyn. I'll prove to her that her death wasn't the end of me - it was just the beginning.
752HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOSecurity tells me a stupid reporter named Bill Breyer hopped the fence to get a closer look at the Motherlode Project. Idiot blundered in with his recorder in his hand holding it like a weapon. What the hell else were my men supposed to do? At least it was a clean shot and they took him down before he could draw too much attention. Hanson in the PR department said we should "make a public statement to set the record straight," but I fired the moron on the spot. I'm not sure how we'll spin this, but I've sent a company directive to all managers that this incident is to only be referred to as an "accident." I'll have to give it some thought, but I'm betting we can turn this to our advantage. In retrospect, I'm almost glad this happened. Now no one else will be dumb enough to try and hop fences to get a look at our projects. And perhaps there's an opportunity here. Robotic security wouldn't have been so careless.
753HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOI can't believe my staff is distracted by the miners' rioting. I don't know what they're worried about. Our headquarters is well-protected here in Charleston and we could always write off the Rockhound as a loss. This is merely an annoyance, and proof that we need to be fully automated sooner rather than later. The Motherlode systems are performing at peak capacity, and have completely exceeded our initial expectations. Soon, I'll only need a staff of under twenty to keep it in operation, then those rioting miners can demand all they like since they'll no longer be employed at this company. Now who's laughing?
754HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOHaving dispensed with the day-to-day lugs that once populated our mines, I've initiated a series of pilot projects to see what other molecules of the human element we might banish from the mining process. The most promising, however, was dropped onto our lap by a friend of a friend with connections of the Department of Defense. Seems they've been working on a "Vertibird," a vertical take-off craft, which it seems can be outfitted for long distance flight, air-to-ground combat ... or reconnaissance. Our technicians believe they might be able to strap an Auto-Miner brain and mineral detection system into one and speed up the pace of mineral surveying by a factor of twenty. Promising indeed.
755HornwrightHQTerminal_CEOShaft Elaine was overrun by protesters today, carrying signs like cudgels, fighting their way onto the site to "express their right to assemble" by trespassing on my land and shutting down my business. But this time was different. This time, the men who I gave cudgels to drive off such rabble put them down and walked off the job, joining the protest. At least the protestors are loyal to something. Penny was forced to scramble to bring in some independent contractors to restore order. I know she loathes such work, but I felt it was important she do it. She needs to be toughened up if she's ever going to take this position for herself. But lesson learned, I'd like to avoid putting her through anything like that again. Our work with RobCo has already yielded plenty of fruit for the Auto-Miners. I wonder if they'd be interested in another venture? Something to prevent little Penny from having to hire more strikebreakers.
756HornwrightHQTerminal_CEO_OutgoingMessagesGovernor Evans, I'm thrilled to hear that Ballot Measure 6 will be taken up for referendum this November. Increasing the efficacy of the Appalachian government through automation will establish our territory as a national player for decades to come. We at Hornwright Industrial want to be a part of that. As you know, we have established ourselves as the experts at creating cost-effective automated systems. Our product line is constantly expanding and adapting, meaning we can develop custom tailored solutions for your needs. There is no better partner for the automation of the Appalachia Territory government than Hornwright. Not to mention dealing with a local concern rather than a national, impersonal conglomerate like RobCo will certainly help the pill go down easier with the local populace. Why don't you and the missus meet us for dinner to discuss? My wife Elaine has been dying to get to know the first wife more personally.
757HornwrightHQTerminal_CEO_OutgoingMessagesIt's Daniel. I have a problem I need taken care of - Senator Samuel Blackwell. I need his voice ... quieted until the vote on Ballot Measure 6 has completed. I want you to ... scare him for us. No one's to be hurt. Just give him enough reason to disappear for a while. And, while I'm sure this goes without saying, make sure this can't be traced back to us.
758HornwrightHQTerminal_CEO_OutgoingMessagesImpressive work, friend. Your fee for the Blackwell job has been transferred to your account - plus a little bonus. I don't know what you said to him, but the fact that he's grasping at "sinister government forces" and not us means you said the right thing.
759LC006_FacilityAccessControlTerminalVerifying credentials... done. Initiating local override... done. Releasing MagLocks... done. Security locks on nearby doors have been temporarily released. The facility lockdown remains in place and may only be disabled from the central security office.
760LC006_FuelStorageRoomTerminalUltracite might be new, but radioactivity isn't. Use all the Uranium procedures for this stuff. Everyone in suits. Everyone.
761LC006_FuelStorageRoomTerminalAnother round of inspections coming up. I've never seen so many federal agents in one place. They always look at us like we're doing something wrong.
762LC006_HalluciGenStorageRoomTerminalTerminal archives have been deleted due to remote factory reset.
763LC006_MainBuildingReceptionTerminalIf any approved visitors ask, feel free to tell them about the history of this power plant. Yes, it was originally built in the 1970s, so some of the halls and equipment looks a bit dated. But the retrofits to make it operational again are one hundred percent safe, in addition to being cost effective.
764LC006_MainBuildingReceptionTerminalReminder to inform security of any and all visitors from outside. One of the protestors made it into the building and shouted slogans at one of the executives. We need to keep this building contained for as long as the tents are out there.
765LC006_PlantManagersOfficeTerminalI'm locked in, Jacob. I can't get out. I saw everything that happened through the window. The gas. The protestors going crazy. You... I'm sorry, Jacob. I couldn't stop them. I love you. We'll be together soon. -Renee
766LC006_PlantManagersOfficeTerminalRenee: I can't believe this. My god, Brent, those are our employees out there! Brent: Not anymore. You saw the policy. Every last one of them was fired the moment they stepped out onto that picket line. And good riddance. Renee: You didn't have to call in the military! Renee: We should have negotiated with them. They just want a new contract. A little job security. Is that too much to ask? Brent: We don't need to negotiate. We don't need them at all. The new robots will be here on Monday. Renee: What? Why wasn't I told about this? Brent: Why? So you could slip the news to the union? Don't think we don't know. Sympathizer. Renee: That's enough. You're fired. Get the hell out of my plant. Brent: No. No, Renee, I don't think so. Brent: As Director of Security, I've already declared a state of emergency. This entire facility is now under a Class-III lockdown. Brent: Until this situation has been resolved, I'm afraid that means I'm in charge here. Renee: What? Brent: Kyle! Kyle: Sir. Brent: See that Ms. Hargraves is kept safe in her office until we've dealt with the protesters. Kyle: Sir. Renee: No! No, Brent, you can't do this! Renee: Grah... Let me go! Brent! Brent!
767LC006_ProtestCampTerminalThe gas. They gassed us, Renee. It's doing something to everyone. I can feel it. It's like adrenaline is pumping into my body and won't stop. I just saw Cindy and Foster leap onto a soldier and tear his face in half. I'm sorry, Renee. I have to stop whatever it is this gas is doing to me. I hope you're safe in there. I love you. -Jacob
768LC006_ProtestCampTerminalThe Associated Miner's Union's goals are simple. Ultracite has given this plant a new lease on life, and that good fortune should be spread to Poseidon Energy's loyal employees. Automating away all our jobs is more than just sowing discontent, it's bad for business to throw away all our collective years of experience. The whole of Appalachia can't produce energy without people, no matter what the robot manufacturers say to the contrary.
769LC006_ReactorAccessControlTerminalVerifying credentials... done. Initiating local override... done. Releasing MagLocks... done. Security locks on nearby doors have been temporarily released. The reactor lockdown remains in place and may only be disabled from the central security office.
770LC006_ReactorAccessControlTerminal02Verifying credentials... done. Initiating local override... done. Releasing MagLocks... done. Security locks on nearby doors have been temporarily released. The reactor lockdown remains in place and may only be disabled from the central security office.
771LC006_ReactorAccessControlTerminal02Verifying credentials... done. Releasing MagLocks... done.
772LC006_SecurityOfficeDeconHallTerminalBrent's asking for us to call in the military on this one. Seems like we're bypassing a few steps here. A few tents on our lawn is hardly a national security issue. It's that Ultracite. Ever since the plant started back up by using that stuff, it's been nothing but government suits in here.
773LC006_SecurityOfficeDeconHallTerminalWe've locked Renee in her office. Brent says she's a union sympathizer, and he doesn't want her interfering once the military starts shooting off all that gas.
774LC006_SecurityRoomMainTerminalAccessing user database... done. Authorizing new user... done. Issuing security credentials... done.
775LC006_SecurityRoomMainTerminalVerifying credentials... done. Initiating Facility Lockdown... done. Sealing all security doors... done. A facility-wide lockdown has been initiated. Authorized users with valid security credentials may override this lockdown at any designated access control terminal.
776LC006_SecurityRoomMainTerminalVerifying credentials... done. Terminating Facility Lockdown... done. Opening all security doors... done. The lockdown protocol has been terminated.
777LC006_SecurityRoomMainTerminalVerifying credentials... done. Initiating Reactor Lockdown... done. Sealing all security doors... done. A reactor lockdown has been initiated. Authorized users with valid security credentials may override this lockdown at any designated reactor access terminal.
778LC006_SecurityRoomMainTerminalVerifying credentials... done. Terminating Reactor Lockdown... done. Opening all security doors... done. The lockdown protocol has been terminated.
779LC006_TurbineHallTerminalThe turbines are what's actually generating all the power. Everything else is just fancy fuel to keep it spinning, so don't slack on the inspections or maintenance.
780LC006_TurbineHallTerminalThese old coal plant machines sure don't look shiny, but they've made it through our retrofit, no problems. We'll get this whole place burning Ultracite and squeezing out the juice ahead of schedule.
781LC008_AppalachianAntiques_TerminalI can't believe I'm writing this, but Watoga has been the best thing for business that ever happened here. Those rich snobs will buy ANYTHING with the words "antique" next to it.
782LC008_AppalachianAntiques_TerminalDear Appalachian Antiques, Confirmation of your order for (5) new dining room sized tables and (20) chairs. All fresh cut from pine. In answer to your question: Yes, of course we can use distressing techniques to give the furniture an older look. We look forward to working with you.
783LC011_BerkeleySprings_ClinicTerminalIt's been nearly 48 hours since the attacks and the wounded continue to stream into the clinic. We've set up a triage system, prioritizing patients by ranking them from critical to superficial. Those that are impacted the worst are the ones in the middle - they aren't in danger of dying, but still in desperate need of treatment. The sad truth is that we've lost more than we've saved, and there's no end in sight.
784LC011_BerkeleySprings_ClinicTerminalAn army vertibird dropped some badly needed medical supplies, but we're still running dangerously low on meds, dressings and sterile instruments. Our backup generators have long since quit, so we've resorted to removing the fusion cores from automobiles and jury-rigging our electrical system. Half my day is spent helping the wounded, the other half identifying dead patients and marking the corpses. I'm so exhausted, even stopping to write these notes is taking every bit of strength I have left.
785LC011_BerkeleySprings_ClinicTerminalWe're completely out of supplies and most patients are being diverted to Charleston and Harpers Ferry. It's likely they won't fare much better there, but it's the only chance some of these people have. I don't know if you've ever had to say "no" to a mother carrying their badly wounded child in their arms, but it's hitting all of us hard. I've had two nurses walk out in the last few days, and I can't say I blame them. I don't know how much more I can take.
786LC011_BerkeleySprings_ClinicTerminalSome kind of a gang swept through the clinic today. They killed the two soldiers that had been stationed here, and stole the few precious supplies we had left. One of my nurses was executed when he refused to give them the key. I don't understand how society could come apart at the seams so quickly. After the gang left, it's just myself, another nurse and a few patients too weak to travel. Time is running out for all of us.
787LC011_BerkeleySprings_ClinicTerminalThe nurse and I have decided it's no longer safe at the clinic. Three of our four patients are able to move under their own power, so we're taking them with us. The fourth is at death's door and is in no condition to travel. After a long discussion, we've agreed we have no choice but to euthanize. After that, we plan to make for Charleston and hope to god their clinic is still in operation. If not, I don't know what we'll do. Wish us luck.
788LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: General Atomics Customer Relations From: Henrietta Davis Hello. I have some serious concerns about the Ms. Nanny that we purchased from your company one week ago. The sales rep promised that it would do a good job taking care of my daughter, but it's doing almost the opposite. From what I'm seeing, the Ms. Nanny does everything it can to avoid being with my sweet Leslie. For example, it tells my daughter to go hide so they can play hide and seek and then doesn't search for her, and it constantly suggests she should take naps during playtime. Can you assist me?
789LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: Henrietta Davis From: General Atomics Customer Relations Hello, Henrietta! We're so glad you've contacted General Atomics using our new Askforhelp(tm) technology. Simply start your message with "Askforhelp," tell us the problem and the Askforhelp Helper System will respond! Thanks for being a loyal customer of General Atomics, and have a wonderful day!
790LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: General Atomics Customer Relations From: Henrietta Davis Askforhelp. Can you just go back to my last mail and use that information, so I don't have to repeat myself?
791LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: Henrietta Davis From: General Atomics Customer Relations Hello, Henrietta! We're sorry we can't help with the issue you described. Perhaps you could use a shorter description using words related to our line of fine products? The more concise you are, the more Askforhelp can help you! Thanks for being a loyal customer of General Atomics, and have a wonderful day!
792LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: General Atomics Customer Relations From: Henrietta Davis Askforhelp. Ms. Nanny broken.
793LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: Henrietta Davis From: General Atomics Customer Relations Hello, Henrietta! We're sorry you're having an issue with your Ms. Nanny unit that you purchased on 09-07-76. Could you tell the Askforhelp Helper System the nature of the problem? For example, "Askforhelp. Ms. Nanny won't recharge." Thanks for being a loyal customer of General Atomics, and have a wonderful day!
794LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: General Atomics Customer Relations From: Henrietta Davis Askforhelp. Ms. Nanny ignoring my daughter.
795LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: Henrietta Davis From: General Atomics Customer Relations Hello, Henrietta! We're sorry you're having an issue with your Ms. Nanny unit that you purchased on 09-07-76. We've remote connected to your Ms. Nanny and we're detecting an issue with the unit's Empathy Emmitter. If you'd like us to come out and diagnose the exact issue, please use our Askforrepair Helper System. Thanks for being a loyal customer of General Atomics, and have a wonderful day!
796LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: General Atomics Customer Relations From: Henrietta Davis Askforrepair. Ms. Nanny Empathy Emmitter.
797LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: Henrietta Davis From: General Atomics Repair Division Hello, Henrietta! We're sorry you're having an issue with your Ms. Nanny unit's Empathy Emitter. Currently, we have a three to four-month backlog on repair visits. If you'd like to schedule a visit, please use our Askforappointment Helper System. Thanks for being a loyal customer of General Atomics, and have a wonderful day!
798LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: General Atomics Customer Relations From: Henrietta Davis Askforappointment. Ms. Nanny Empathy Emitter.
799LC011_BerkeleySprings_DavisFamilyTerminalTo: Henrietta Davis From: General Atomics Appointment Division Hello, Henrietta! We're sorry you're having an issue with your Ms. Nanny unit's Empathy Emitter. Unfortunately, our system is experiencing technical difficulties and your records have been lost. Please contact the Askforrecords Helper System to attempt to recover your records. Warning, the current wait time for records recovery is 99999999999999999999999999999E9 years. Thanks for being a loyal customer of General Atomics, and have a wonderful day!
800LC011_BerkeleySprings_EdnaSpaTerminalJust received my new Mr. Handy from the delivery company. When I switched it on, it said its name was "Z43126" and I should give it a name. I settled on "Beckham," the name of a dog I had owned when I was a teenager. The salesman swore it would do the work of two or three of my regular employees. I hope to god he's right, or else I am out a lot of cash. I probably should have spent the money adding a sauna to my spa, but I could really use an extra pair of hands right now.
801LC011_BerkeleySprings_EdnaSpaTerminalOne of my customers walked out of the spa without paying today. They said that they were "unhappy with the level of service they were receiving" after Beckham used a loofah instead of the requested pumice-scrub. Everything else with their spa visit went perfectly, but one tiny mistake and they blew their top. It really irks me that these upper-crust, rich blowhards think the world is supposed to be handed to them on a silver platter. Some of us have to work for a living.
802LC011_BerkeleySprings_EdnaSpaTerminalWith honey treatments at spas becoming popular, I decided to add them to my menu. I set up Beckham to collect honey from a few apiaries nearby, but they were charging too much money. Then I tried ordering the stuff by the jar, but it was still too expensive. At the end of the day, I ended up sending Beckham out to look for natural hives in the area. I get all the honey I need, and he doesn't get stung. This is working out perfectly.
803LC011_BerkeleySprings_EdnaSpaTerminalIn the past, I'd offer discounts in slower months like January and February. But this year, my costs to run the spa went up, so I had to get rid of the promotion. You've never heard so much complaining in your life! Most of my customers, who by the way are quite wealthy by anyone's standards, said they were appalled that I'd try to "take advantage of them." They're driving fancy cars and living in mansions, and here I am just trying to stay in business. Can you believe the nerve? If I had known my clientele would be this petty, I'd have never opened this spa in the first place.
804LC011_BerkeleySprings_EdnaSpaTerminalBeckham knocked over a tray of lotions today. I don't understand how a robot can be so clumsy. When I called the company, they gave me some ideas on how to calibrate his hover-jet, but more importantly, how to modify some of his sensors. Apparently, I can change how Beckham feels about anything - if it's cold, if it's dark, the color of the sky, anything. Since Beckham was being so uncooperative, I decided to test that theory and implant a fear of bees. Should be fun to watch that robot squirm the next time he collects honey. Sometimes it's the little things in life that entertain you the most.
805LC018_AVRMedical_MarvinsTerminalTo: All Staff From: Marvin Wexim, Senior Staff Supervisor All, our annual happy hour is coming up. I'd like to remind everyone to have fun, but also be courteous of others. I know things get a little roudy, and that's fine, but be aware of those around you. We really can't have another mishap like last year. thank god we were already in a hospital.
806LC018_AVRMedical_MarvinsTerminalTo: All Staff From: Marvin Wexim, Senior Staff Supervisor I'd like to address a concern that's recently come to my attention. Apparently, some of the staff (I'll not name any names) seem to think the food we prepare here in the hospital is not up to their high standards. I'd like to remind you that you're free to bring your own meals to work if you don't like what we have here. Nobody is forcing you to eat "inedible slurry", Jim. In any case, it's not okay to throw food at the servers behind the counter, or anyone for that matter. This is not high school, Jim.
807LC018_AVRMedical_MarvinsTerminalTo: All Staff From: Marvin Wexim, Senior Staff Supervisor I'd like to send out a quick note reminding everyone to stay calm. We've all heard the reports by now about the bombs. I know this is scary, but everyone coming through these doors is counting on us to help them. Stay calm, stay professional, stay safe...
808LC019_Boss_TerminalDesk[Employee: A. Miller] [Infraction: Theft] [Action Taken: Fired] Report Details: Employee allowed a child to re-use a disposable cup. Which amounts to theft of that child's chance to enjoy purchasing another cup.
809LC019_Boss_TerminalDesk[Employee: P. Cooper] [Infraction: Theft] [Action Taken: Docked Pay] Report Details: Mr. Cooper was seen consuming discarded Camden Park snack packs outside of work hours. These snack packs are the property of Camden Park, even after they are safely deposited in a landfill.
810LC019_Boss_TerminalDesk[Employee: M. Porkins] [Infraction: Theft] [Action Taken: REMOVED] [New Action Taken: Promoted] Report Details: Mr. Porkins again consumed all Pizzaz Pork Gibs and Might Meat Skins snacks. [Update] The Porkins family has made a donation to the park. His new role will be Assistant to the Park Manager. [Update] Marty Porkins title has been changed to Assistant Park Manager.
811LC019_Boss_TerminalDesk[Employee: P. Cooper] [Infraction: Harassment] [Action Taken: Docked Pay] Report Details: Brandon failed to smile sufficiently at customers while working at the front gate. Brandon's actions have deprived park goers of the Camden Park Experience. Pay Docked pending completion of Smile Training.
812LC019_Boss_TerminalDesk[Employee: M. Cloyson] [Infraction: Tardiness] [Action Taken: Fired] Report Details: Ms. Cloyson was unable to make it to work on time. She claims there was no way she could know that the schedule had been updated that very morning. Of course that is no excuse, she should have called in each morning or known in some other way.
813LC019_Boss_TerminalDesk[Employee: T. Wulcot] [Infraction: Decreased Morale] [Action Taken: Warning] Report Details: Ms. Wulcot was not suffciently audible during the morning pre-opening morale boost chant. I expect each employee to be thankful for their jobs, and expressing their thanks through the unifying power of chanting is the least they can do.
814LC020_PleasantValleySkiResort_ManagerTerminalTo: Carl Beltran, Facilities Coordinator From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager Carl, we've had a terribly mild winter, so I was wondering if you could consider running the snow-makers overnight for the next three weeks. Guests at the resort have been complaining that the powder just isn't ideal for skiing, and we don't want them heading home thinking about going someplace else next time. I realize this will put a strain on the units, but we must do everything we can to make our guests feel like they're at the premiere resort for Appalachia.
815LC020_PleasantValleySkiResort_ManagerTerminalTo: Sarah Seigfried, Public Relations From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager I got your mail, Sarah. Believe me, I am well-aware that the slopes we have at Pleasant Valley are not exactly Olympics-caliber, but we must make do with what we have. That's why I would like to get some input into changing "Trail C" to something more exciting. That trail certainly isn't challenging, but I think if we upscale the marketing on it, we can give the impression that it's "dangerous." I was toying around with ideas and I came up with "Cutthroat Crag." Do you think you could mock-up a flyer pushing this new idea and go over it with me tomorrow?
816LC020_PleasantValleySkiResort_ManagerTerminalTo: Carl Beltran, Facilities Coordinator From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager Did you switch on the snow-makers, or did we have a freak blizzard last night? The entire area is covered in fresh powder, which is unusual - well, almost impossible for this time of year. Either way, the timing couldn't be better. We have a VIP guest who just rented out the entire facility to take advantage of the fresh snow. I'm going to need you to get on the phone and get everyone in here right away. We need to be up-and-running in two days. I know that doesn't leave your team with much time, but do the best you can, and I'll see that everyone gets a bonus.
817LC020_PleasantValleySkiResort_ManagerTerminalTo: Sarah Seigfried, Public Relations From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager As I'm sure you're aware, the "Pheasants on the Run" event had mixed results. I'm not sure how you talked me into this event, but having guests ski down Shenanigan trying to hunt pheasant was not only ridiculous, but dangerous. That being said, we did have the highest attendance and ski rental sales on Thanksgiving in the last several years. Oh, and before I forget, could you please send a Get Well Soon bouquet to the poor guest that accidentally wiped out when her ski caught one of the 5-pounders? Thanks.
818LC020_PleasantValleySkiResort_ManagerTerminalTo: Carl Beltran, Facilities Coordinator From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager I'm only going to say this once, so you might want to print out this mail and tack it to your wall. I rode the lifts this morning and was absolutely appalled at their condition. Not only were they noisy and vibrated terribly, but they were filthy as well. I found empty champagne bottles shoved between the seats on my car, and some rich spoiled brat carved his initials into the plastic. This is unacceptable. You and your team have a week to get the lifts back into peak condition or you'll be hunting for a job somewhere else!
819LC023_Psych_Terminal_SubPatientLogsPatient: Larkin, M Observations: Patient shows signs of extreme stress and fatigue. Though the most common form of punishment now is exile, gun fights are still frequent and I've heard that the aftermath of raids by those in the mountains are rather grisly. I don't have anything I can give her, but I suggested that if she isn't willing to dip into the ration stockpile, the pharmacist on the south end of town might still be able to cook up something to help her get some sleep.
820LC023_Psych_Terminal_SubPatientLogsPatient: Terrence, L Observations: Patient is experiencing a near complete psychological breakdown. He was barely able to answer his name. Oh god, and his skin. The radiation he must have experienced to have that kind of damage, I don't even know how he is alive. They say that AVR has hundreds of cases like his and worse. Some are still cognitive, but others... they don't know if it's radiation affecting the brain or psychological collapse due to horror. I need a drink.
821LC023_Psych_Terminal_SubPatientLogsPatient: "Boone, D" Observations: Interesting case. Patient responds only to "Daniel Boone" and indeed seems to believe himself to be the historical figure by the same name. I'd heard that some of the hillfolk can end up a bit off after lack of socialization, but I'd not expected to see such a case. Advised that he be sent to Allegheny rather than the Penitentiary for further observation.
822LC023_Psych_Terminal_SubPatientLogsPatient: Davis, P Observations: Patient is a veteran, discharged from service after returning from Anchorage. Experienced severe shell shock set off by fireworks and had a dissociative episode during our session repeatedly saying, "It wasn't like the simulations." Prescribed Day Tripper as needed. Informed State Police for protective surveillance
823LC024_BursarTerminal12.13.2082 As you have likely seen by now, the Provisional Council has foolishly voted to allow for a Christmas Celebration this year. Do not allow anyone without a Valid ID to sign up for this additional ration dispersal. NO EXCEPTIONS. You are advised to be on the look for forgeries and impersonators attempting to get double rations. A full audit WILL be performed next week and any overages will be deducted from your own rations. Tanner Holbrook, Majority Leader Charleston Emergency Government
824LC024_BursarTerminal10.25.2077 By order of the Provisional Council, all Vehicular Registration and Licensing services are hereby suspended until further notice. Staff is ordered to provide record support for First Responders to aid the emergency relief efforts. These Responders will be delivering rations of food and anti-radiation chems to those in rural areas and will require help in accessing and maintaining accurate records. -Abigale Poole, Speaker of the House Charleston Emergency Government
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829LC024_GovernorsTerminal_SubMail10.28.2077 Sender: [T.Holbrook] >> Can't reach D.C. Gov. Evans, where the hell are you? The Bombs have fallen, there is panic in the streets, and no one on your staff has any idea if you are in Charleston or not. The government is in shambles. That dimwit Poole is running around acting like she is in charge of the Provisional Council and our First Responders are barely even pretending to follow our orders. If you slink back in here at least have the decency to turn over Executive Authority before you go running off. -Holbrook
830LC024_GovernorsTerminal_SubMail10.12.2077 Sender: [M.Jessup] >> Treasury called Sir, the Treasurer called and said she needs to talk to you about some inconsistencies they are seeing between the budget allocations and expenditure reports. It looks like you should have a couple open times on Wednesday, should I pencil something in? -Maggie
831LC024_GovernorsTerminal_SubMail9.23.2077 Sender: [M.Jessup] >> Another Mayor in Watoga? The "New Mayor" of Watoga called while you were out. No, I didn't get the name. I've stopped bothering to remember them at this point. This one called asking for you to "not cancel the order to send in the National Guard to evict the squatters at Bog Town, that last mayor was an idiot and we need to get those filthy beggers away from our town." -Maggie
832LC024_GovernorsTerminal_SubMail6.12.2077 Sender: [A.Poole] >> Grafton Steel What are you thinking?! You can't let them keep operating that mill, have you seen what's coming out of there? You are gonna kill of any chance at tourism in the northern valley with that ash. Now they don't have manufacturing or tourism? If you thought the worker riots were bad before, they'll be out there thick as fleas on a dog's back. Fix this. -Poole
833LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubLogsMy scouts brought back the head of some mutant they found. They said it wasn't like those ghouls. Bigger. Tougher. Able to talk and use guns. Some kind of super mutant, and it wasn't alone. As if raiders and mutated bears weren't enough!
834LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubLogsI had my scouts take me out to check on the Hornwright and Garrahan Estates. Thought if if anyone would know what is going on with the war it'd be one of our mining magnates, but I couldn't get anyone to answer. I don't know if they are up there or not. We were racing a bad looking storm on the way back and were waylaid by some ruffians who'd set up a blockade like some old time highwaymen. They backed off when they saw we out numbered them and one actually tried to offer to cut me a check to buy some food off us. Some people have no grip on the reality of our situation. We sent them packing and got back here before the storm hit.
835LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubLogsI don't understand why Washington hasn't sent out word. Are we regrouping for a counter attack or not? First the Governor's missing, now this... how are we going to keep the troops stocked to fight the commies if we don't even have contact with them? I went up to the Wade today and the whole airfield is a mess! We need to get people up there to clear it, but those "Responders" barely listen to Poole, more or less the rest of the council.
836LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubMail12.10.2082 Sender: [A.Poole] >> Supplies for Taggerdy Fine Tanner, I'll tell my people to agree to Taggerdy's demand, sorry, "request" for munitions. But I'll not ask the Responders to be your messenger service, they are too busy dealing with those new mutants that've been appearing around Huntersville. I still don't understand why you have such a problem with helping those folks in the mountains, when the moment someone in uniform shows up you get your panties all in a bunch. You need to come to grips with the fact that the war is over. You can have your supplies, but you take em yourself. -Poole
837LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubMail6.8.2079 Sender: [K.Baker] >> They've left their bunkers Chandler got back last night. Said that the Free States have left their bunkers and retaken Harpers Ferry. Those tinfoil hats may have had the right of it all along cause they seem to have plenty of food and supplies. We still haven't been able to figure out what's been creating that weird mire out there. She did see some other paramilitary looking folks out at the power plant, but they didn't seem to be with the Free States. Said they had power armor so she didn't try to approach. -Baker
838LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubMail6.8.2078 Sender: [K.Baker] >> It was a massacre Fleischer and I were finally able to get up into the mountains to see what the status was up there. I wish I hadn't. You thought the winter was bad here? You don't even want to know what they resorted to up there. I thought those who've been driven mad by the radiation were ghoulish, but those rich outsiders... they're the real monsters. -Baker
839LC024_HolbrooksTerminal_SubMail11.09.2077 Sender: [M.Jessup] >> Deal has to change When it was just skimming a bit, I could manage, but funding personal scouts? We're gonna have to cut someone else in. Not anyone with the Registrar, they treat records like holy tomes. No, probably better if it's someone in tech services. Couple bottles of Nuka-Cola and box of Sugar Bombs ought to be enough to flip a couple number. Just... don't let them know you're involved. Tom thought reprogramming your secretary to beep at random intervals was hilarious and is still mad you involved security over a prank. -Maggie
840LC024_RegistrarTerminal12.13.2082 As you have likely seen by now, the Provisional Council has foolishly voted to allow for a Christmas Celebration this year. Do not allow anyone without a Valid ID to sign up for this additional ration dispersal. NO EXCEPTIONS. You are advised to be on the look for forgeries and impersonators attempting to get double rations. A full audit WILL be performed next week and any overages will be deducted from your own rations. Tanner Holbrook, Majority Leader Charleston Emergency Government
841LC024_RegistrarTerminal10.25.2077 By order of the Provisional Council, all Vehicular Registration and Licensing services are hereby suspended until further notice. Staff is ordered to provide record support for First Responders to aid the emergency relief efforts. These Responders will be delivering rations of food and anti-radiation chems to those in rural areas and will require help in accessing and maintaining accurate records. -Abigale Poole, Speaker of the House Charleston Emergency Government
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843LC024_SpeakerPoolesTerminal_SubLogsThe Responders sent an envoy up to the ski resort to try to negotiate a peace treaty. I was against it, but they've been listening to my advice less and less these days. Giving those outsiders aid was one thing before they'd been raiding and they may have seemed to be on the run, but you don't walk into the hog pen at feeding time.
844LC024_SpeakerPoolesTerminal_SubLogsWent out with some of the Responders to see what's been all the fuss with the wildlife lately. Two headed deer. Three headed possums. And that squirrel! Looked like a demon out of hell. I may never eat squirrel pie again.
845LC024_SpeakerPoolesTerminal_SubLogsThat snake Tanner think's he's soooooo smart. As if I wouldn't find out about his schemes. If he ever took the time to get to know who he works with, he'd know that Tom is married to my cousin. He came to me straight away about their little deal. I told Tom to keep me informed if anything too malicious started up. Don't do in the dark what you don't want brought out in the light, Holbrook.
846LC024_SpeakerPoolesTerminal_SubMail3.29.2078 Sender: [M.Larkin] >> Morgantown I need you to bring the situation at Morgantown to the council. Chief Mayfield opened fire on the students and has imposed a mandatory curfew. I'm not saying there hasn't been looting, but they are just kids Abigale. I've tried to talk to him but he won't see reason and if I move on him, it risks splitting off those responders who were with law enforcement. Most of them are good folk, but there are always a couple foxes in the hen house. I know it'll put you and Holbrook at odds again, but we need something to quell the situation, and quick. -Melody
847LC024_SpeakerPoolesTerminal_SubMail10.29.2077 Sender: [T.Holbrook] >> This isn't over You know damned well that with Majority Leader Fortrey missing, the Majority Whip, which would be me, would ascend to Leader and then with Governor Evans ALSO missing, to the Governorship. Your claim as Speaker of the House does NOT let you override the Majority Party. We need unity and the party that has a majority in the state WILL control the Executive Office once we reestablish elections when the war is over. This "Provisional Council" is a farce. -Holbrook
848LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: General C. Braxton, U.S. Army CWD General, while I'm extremely flattered that you've selected Dyer as a testing ground for the Army's "Project Clean & Clear", I must regretfully decline your proposal. Modifying our existing infrastructure to accommodate that level of testing would cause a massive interruption in our production. We'd literally end up losing millions. Sorry, but you'll have to look elsewhere.
849LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: Stanley Dyer, CEO Dyer Chemical Perhaps I wasn't direct in my last message, so let me make myself crystal clear. What I sent over wasn't a proposal. It was a direct order. Whether you like it or not, we'll be testing our formula at your facility. Now, if you want to resist that order, I'd be more than happy to replace every single person on your staff with robots. You have three months to prepare.
850LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: General C. Braxton, U.S. Army CWD You have absolutely no right to "order" me to do anything. Dyer Chemical is a privately-owned company with no government affiliation, and I have never accepted a government contract. If you think you can just muscle your way into my building and threaten me or my staff, you're sorely mistaken. I'm well acquainted with our local Senator, and if you don't back off, I'll be giving him a call.
851LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: Stanley Dyer, CEO Dyer Chemical Listen, you little bastard. You may not be government, but your little company just so happens to be located right in the center of the United States of America. You know all that freedom you enjoy running your business and making all that money? Well, that's thanks to people like me who keep the damn Commies from picking our country apart like a bunch of vultures eating roadkill. When the U.S. Army asks for help, you help. End of story.
852LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: General C. Braxton, U.S. Army CWD Name-calling isn't going to sway me, General. Your soldiers are not setting a foot inside this facility. That's final. You should be hearing from your superiors soon.
853LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: Stanley Dyer, CEO Dyer Chemical I heard from my superiors. You know who I also heard from? How about the mole we've had in your company for the last year? He told me some very interesting things about your waste disposal habits and your so called "accidental spills" that aren't accidental at all. He also included some very telling photographs that I'm looking at right now. Maybe I should be a patriot and forward this information to the press. Or maybe you'll take my "proposal" more seriously.
854LC029_DyerChemical_SupervisorsTerminalTo: General C. Braxton, U.S. Army CWD Understood. I'll begin having my people make the necessary modifications as requested. We'll be ready to receive your Project Clean & Clear materials in three months.
855LC030_HavenChurch_SkigsTerminalMan, this place was a total bust. Brock said the idiots that were holed up here would have tons of good stuff, but they didn't have shit. We were going to ask the people where they stashed everything, but Cal went crazy and mowed them all down. We tossed the bodies out back, and then started setting up camp. I hope this spot is worth all the trouble.
856LC030_HavenChurch_SkigsTerminalWe've been here a few weeks now and things are looking good. We scored a couple of caravans and took apart a rival gang that tried to push us out of the church. I figure if we keep this up, we'll be sitting on a nice pile of loot by mid-year. That will give us plenty to trade with when we start running low on ammunition. Cal's got us out hunting for game like the old days, so we're eating well. I wish we had more liquor, but everything around here is bone dry.
857LC030_HavenChurch_SkigsTerminalWoke up in the middle of the night hearing some kind of weird music playing. I thought someone got drunk and was playing a holotape, but everyone was sound asleep. I checked around the outside of the church and couldn't hear it anymore, so I gave up. When I asked around in the morning, everybody just said I was probably drunk or just being stupid. I sure hope these idiots aren't screwing with me because it's not funny to ruin a man's sleep.
858LC030_HavenChurch_SkigsTerminalThe rest of the gang are starting to hear music from the church now. This place is starting to creep me out. Cal said it was music from something called an organ, but the only organs I know are the kind you get when you gut a deer. I think he's full of crap. If you ask me, the folks that got killed in this place are trying to send us a message to move on. Maybe we should listen.
859LC030_HavenChurch_SkigsTerminalFirst the creepy music, and now we have crazy people stalking the church. They swarmed the place last night. Weirdos looked like they were burnt and they smelled awful. I don't know what the hell they wanted, but Cal was dug in and said we needed to fight for what's ours. We shot a few of them, but they kept coming until they were all dead. What the hell were those things, and will there be more? I'm not sticking around to find out.
860LC037_Boss_TerminalDeskThis old lady came by, asking for a tour of the mine. Told her no, place is dangerous, but that just made her mad. Kept muttering something under her breathe. Had to get the Protectrons to escort her out. I'm going to make a call to Allegheny Asylum. See if they had any escapes recently. Poor woman. Hope she gets help.
861LC037_Boss_TerminalDeskWord came in to shut things down. About time. Hate to see a mine close, but this one is tapped out. I was coming back from shutting down the pumps when I felt someone watching me. That old lady again, but this time she was with a couple friends. They asked again about the mine. Wanted to see the depths. Wanted me to show them. God help me. I ran.
862LC037_Boss_TerminalDeskI don't know why, but I had to check the mine one last time. Sure enough, the locks we put up have all been smashed open. Look, we don't want it. The mine. It's yours now. Just... stay down there, all right? Don't bother us, we won't bother you. Deal?
863LC039_DollySodsWilderness_RangersTerminalI caught a few deer poachers today and sent them home with a warning and a stiff fine. Not sure why those idiots thought it was okay to hunt out of season, but hopefully the citation made them realize their mistake. Deer season lasts from late November to early December, so they missed their window by a few months. Maybe if we had better sign coverage, the bucks that the hunters shot wouldn't be sitting in our evidence room. I'll send another message to the Parks Department and see if we can get the funds to put up more signs.
864LC039_DollySodsWilderness_RangersTerminalCampers are starting to show up at Dolly Sods, so Ranger Barnes and I have been taking turns patrolling their campsites. Most of the visitors are cooperative, but sometimes we get a loudmouth or a bunch of drunk kids that don't want to follow the rules. We're simply trying to prevent them from hurting themselves or burning down the forest. Didn't issue any citations today, but Barnes racked up twelve. I swear that guy needs to lighten up or he'll scare away all our visitors.
865LC039_DollySodsWilderness_RangersTerminalThe Pioneer Scouts contacted us about holding their jamboree at Dolly Sods. I was excited at first, but then Ranger Barnes reminded me how much damage all those scouts would likely end up doing to our pristine wilderness. When this summer ends, I think I'm going to have a serious talk with Barnes about being a little more accepting of the park's visitors. As far as the Pioneer Scouts go, I'm not worried that they'll cause any problems. After all, they'll be chaperoned by automated scout masters programmed with the latest techniques in safety and wilderness care.
866LC039_DollySodsWilderness_RangersTerminalA lightning storm touched off a forest fire today. When I arrived on the scene, I discovered Ranger Barnes had already gone into the engulfed area and rescued two campers that had been stranded. I'm fairly confident that he saved their lives. To top it off, Barnes stayed behind to fight the blaze with the fire department. We had everything under control by sunset. Despite all of Barnes's quirks, it's times like this I am reminded why he's a credit to the Parks Department.
867LC039_DollySodsWilderness_RangersTerminalThe Pioneer Scouts have started arriving to set up for their jamboree. They've been very respectful of the campgrounds and we haven't had a single issue. Barnes and I have decided to take everything in stride and lend the scouts a hand. Working side-by-side with these scouts has given me hope that when they get older, they'll make better decisions than the folks causing all the political unrest overseas. After all, we only have one world. Why destroy it?
868LC043_GuardTerminalABlockMainPrisoners in Cell Block A are from the general population. Their crimes are bad enough that they don't qualify for Minimum Security, but not so bad that they get slammed in Block D or Solitary. Just follow procedures, and you'll do fine.
869LC043_GuardTerminalABlockMainAs you know, your rounds will now be done alone. The Warden's new budget doesn't include the money to have multiple guards patrolling each block. There's a new plan being worked on to deal with the staff shortage and budget problems.
870LC043_GuardTerminalABlockSideThis building is falling apart. I swear the prisoners are going to be able to just pull the bars off, the walls are so bad. Asked the Warden about our maintenance budget. He says there isn't one. That there's never been one. That I just need to "toughen up" if I want to keep working here.
871LC043_GuardTerminalABlockSideStarted fitting prisoners with the new collars. Prison walls not enough? We really got to blow their heads off if they go too far outside? Most of these prisoners aren't even here for capital crimes. Tried to talk to the Warden, but he chewed me out. We've got a staff meeting coming up with all the guards once the collars are distributed. I'm bringing it up again then.
872LC043_GuardTerminalBBlockPrisoners in Cell Block B are Minimum Security, but just because some of them were accountants, technicians, or whatever doesn't mean they aren't criminals. They deserve to be here, and you can't let them challenge your authority. If they say something isn't in the rules or isn't in the law, remind them that you ARE the law in this prison. Make an example of one of them if you need to. Otherwise, it's chaos.
873LC043_GuardTerminalBBlockI was fitting the new prison collars on an inmate, and he kept complaining it was too tight. Tries to pull it apart to loosen it up, and BOOM, his head's spaghetti. Guess that'll teach him to not to pay his parking tickets.
874LC043_GuardTerminalCBlockRemember, solitary confinement means solitary. Don't talk to the prisoner. Don't even have a conversation near their cell. You only come around here when it's mealtime. You don't answer them when they try to talk to you. No contact, got it?
875LC043_GuardTerminalCBlockUnder no circumstances should Mad Dog Malone be allowed out of solitary confinement. He's in there permanently. We let him out, he'll make nice with the other inmates, and soon enough this whole prison will be part of his gang.
876LC043_GuardTerminalDBlockPrisoners in Cell Block D are for organized crime, including union organizers and Communists. They're all gangs, if you ask me, just as bad as Mad Dog Malone and his kind.
877LC043_GuardTerminalDBlockYou might have noticed a surge in the prison population lately. I've heard all your complaints. There's no argument here. Communists are the enemy. And if the government suspects someone is a Communist, then they're a Communist. And where do Communists belong? That's right: prison.
878LC043_OldWardenTerminalWarden Brennan, with the installment of the new mainframe, your time at Eastern Regional is coming to an end. You will remain on staff to oversee the transition and until your retirement benefits kick in. We really want to thank you both for your years of dedicated service and for your enthusiasm over the automation program. The future of correctional facilities is within reach, and you've been instrumental in making it possible.
879LC043_OldWardenTerminalZander: So, wait. You're tellin' me everyone's gone? The guards, the cook staff, everyone? Porter: Yeah. Well, not Warden Brennan. He's staying behind to keep an eye on us. Zander: That's crazy. People are gonna kill each other in here. Porter: Sure, if they want their heads to blow up. That's what these collars are for, remember? Besides, we've got those stupid robot guards now, so it ain't like we can do whatever the hell we want. Zander: I don't know. Almost feels like the state's givin' up on us, lettin' us rot. Porter: When did they ever care about us? This ain't new. This is just a way to keep the prison running and keep us in line. Zander: Well, if Griffin and Carlo hadn't tried escapin', maybe we wouldn't be in this mess. Porter: Probably not, but they're dead and we're not. Which reminds me, Ozzie is having a meeting tonight in the cafeteria. He claims he knows a guy that's good with electronics. Might be able to get these things off our necks. You in? Zander: Hell no. You guys have fun, I plan on keepin' this head on my shoulders for the rest of my sentence.
880LC043_ReceptionTerminalThis whole prison is getting automated, and your salary is going to be re-allocated to pay for another robot guard. You're terminated. Effective immediately. Place all prison property in the safe and lock your work area up. Failure to remove yourself from the premises will result in your arrest.
881LC043_SecurityTerminalABlockMainEastern Regional Penitentiary Cell Block Alpha - Lethal Force Authorization Use of automated turrets has been authorized. Turret defenses may now be activated.
882LC043_SecurityTerminalABlockMainPrisoners in Cell Block A are from the general population. That means crimes bad enough that they don't qualify for Minimum Security, but not so bad that they get slammed in Block D or Solitary. Just follow procedures, and you'll do fine.
883LC043_SecurityTerminalABlockMainAs you know, your rounds will now be done alone. The Warden's new budget doesn't include the money to have multiple guards patrolling each block. There's a new plan being worked on to deal with the staff shortage and budget problems.
884LC043_SecurityTerminalABlockSideThis building is falling apart. I swear the prisoners are going to be able to just pull the bars off, the walls are so bad. Asked the Warden about our maintenance budget. He says there isn't one. That there's never been one. That I just need to "toughen up" if I want to keep working here.
885LC043_SecurityTerminalABlockSideStarted fitting prisoners with the new collars. Prison walls not enough? We really got to blow their heads off if they go too far outside? Most of these prisoners aren't even here for capital crimes. Tried to talk to the Warden, but he chewed me out. We've got a staff meeting coming up with all the guards once the collars are distributed. I'm bringing it up again then.
886LC043_SecurityTerminalBBlockEastern Regional Penitentiary Cell Block Bravo - Lethal Force Authorization Use of automated turrets has been authorized. Turret defenses may now be activated.
887LC043_SecurityTerminalBBlockPrisoners in Cell Block B are Minimum Security, but just because some of them were accountants, technicians, or whatever doesn't mean they aren't criminals. They deserve to be here, and you can't let them challenge your authority. If they say something isn't in the rules or isn't in the law, remind them that you ARE the law in this prison. Make an example of one of them if you need to. Otherwise, it's chaos.
888LC043_SecurityTerminalBBlockI was fitting the new prison collars on an inmate, and he kept complaining it was too tight. Tries to pull it apart to loosen it up, and BOOM, his head's spaghetti. Guess that'll teach him to not to pay his parking tickets.
889LC043_SecurityTerminalCBlockEastern Regional Penitentiary Cell Block Charlie - Lethal Force Authorization Use of automated turrets has been authorized. Turret defenses may now be activated.
890LC043_SecurityTerminalCBlockRemember, solitary confinement means solitary. Don't talk to the prisoner. Don't even have a conversation near their cell. You only come around here when it's mealtime. You don't answer them when they try to talk to you. No contact, got it?
891LC043_SecurityTerminalCBlockUnder no circumstances should Mad Dog Malone be allowed out of solitary confinement. He's in there permanently. We let him out, he'll make nice with the other inmates, and soon enough this whole prison will be part of his gang.
892LC043_SecurityTerminalCellBlockControlsNativeSubterminalAccessing cell block door interlink... Opening all cell doors... Operation complete. - WARNING - Multiple faults detected. Please contact a technician for immediate diagnostics and repair.
893LC043_SecurityTerminalCellBlockControlsNativeSubterminalAccessing cell block door interlink... Closing all cell doors... Locking cell doors ... failed. - WARNING - Unable to engage door locks. - WARNING - Multiple faults detected. Please contact a technician for immediate diagnostics and repair.
894LC043_SecurityTerminalCellBlockControlsNativeSubterminalInitiating Emergency Lockdown Protocol... Accessing cell block door interlink... Locking down all cell doors... Operation complete. - WARNING - Multiple faults detected. Please contact a technician for immediate diagnostics and repair.
895LC043_SecurityTerminalDBlockEastern Regional Penitentiary Cell Block Delta - Lethal Force Authorization Use of automated turrets has been authorized. Turret defenses may now be activated.
896LC043_SecurityTerminalDBlockPrisoners in Cell Block D are for organized crime, including union organizers and Communists. They're all gangs, if you ask me, just as bad as Mad Dog Malone and his kind.
897LC043_SecurityTerminalDBlockYou might have noticed a surge in the prison population lately. I've heard all your complaints. There's no argument here. Communists are the enemy. And if the government suspects someone is a Communist, then they're a Communist. And where do Communists belong? That's right: prison.
898LC044_TavernSupplyOrderTerminal...:: Description: Raw Meat ...:: Quantity: 150 lbs ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 10 caps / lb ...:: Supplier: At-will ...:: Description: Bottled Beer ...:: Quantity: 5 crates ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 2 caps / bottle ...:: Supplier: N/A - use existing supply ...:: Description: Wine ...:: Quantity: 1 bottle ...:: Notes: Red only ...:: Supply Price: 30 caps / bottle ...:: Supplier: Frankie - the older one ...:: Description: Vegetables ...:: Quantity: 5 lbs ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 1 cap / lb ...:: Supplier: My front yard, ............... also Jill's yard cuz she's ............... never home
899LC044_TavernSupplyOrderTerminal...:: Description: Raw Meat ...:: Quantity: 20 lbs ...:: Notes: Anything but giant bug meat, please ...:: Supply Price: 20 caps / lb ...:: Supplier: The nice guy that visits every ............... month, forgot his name ...:: Description: Bottled Beer ...:: Quantity: 10 crates ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 5 caps / bottle ...:: Supplier: Found a few crates in that ............... abandoned house at the ............... end of the road ...:: Description: Vegetables ...:: Quantity: 10 lb ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 1 cap / lb, also free ...:: Supplier: Jill's yard is still good ............... not sure where she is
900LC044_TavernSupplyOrderTerminal...:: Description: Raw Meat ...:: Quantity: 25 lbs ...:: Notes: Beef, even the ugly kind ...:: Supply Price: 15 caps / lb ...:: Supplier: Responders ...:: Description: Bottled Beer ...:: Quantity: 10 crates ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 4 caps / bottle ...:: Supplier: N/A - Running low, ............... so jack up the prices ...:: Description: Vegetables ...:: Quantity: 0 lb ...:: Notes: Any variety available ...:: Supply Price: 250 cap / lb ...:: Supplier: Jill's back, and she ain't happy
901LC046_ForemanSubTerminal[Log Recorded: August 15, 2077] Started this job at a bad time. This mine has seen better days. She's barely holding together and coal demand keeps going up for the war effort. Our guys are working around the clock and they're looking rough. Hell, me too. I guess we should feel lucky that we haven't been replaced by those damned robots yet. Heard rumors that AMS wants to detonate a chain of nuclear blasts in the local mine system to speed up production. What a horrible idea. But nobody gives a damn what I have to say. I need a drink.
902LC046_ForemanSubTerminal[Log Recorded: September 2, 2077] Another horrible crisis narrowly averted, no thanks to our local idiot fire boss. I tried to get him canned again today, but the "powers that be" informed me that Roy Kerwood is untouchable. I'll give you two guesses why. The kid thinks he runs shit around here. This month he started blatantly taking cash from the safe. I had to lock it up so tight the Silver Shroud wouldn't be able to get in. I'm thankful to have a job in this economy, but let's face it - I'm not getting any younger. Some days I can't shake the feeling that I'll live out the last of my days in this place. And that would terrify me if I didn't think of the alternative.
903LC046_ForemanSubTerminal[Log Recorded: October 17, 2077] DAMMIT! It hit the fan over here and I have better things to do. But they say they want a log entry for "insurance purposes". What a crock of shit. As predicted, AMS really screwed us with that chained detonation last week. The whole mine shook. About half the tunnels collapsed along with the main lift shaft. 17 men died immediately. Maybe more. Haven't recovered all the bodies yet. It knocked out the dewatering system and breached into a nearby mine, completely flooding the lower network. The water is irradiated from the detonation so swimming through it for a rescue operation is off the table. 32 men are trapped down there. The structure engineer has no clue what to do. We broke a hole through the locker room into an old shaft but that's flooded too. Don't know what to do next but we better come up with something fast. There's my log. I hope they know where they can stick it.
904LC046_ForemanSubTerminal[Log Recorded: November 6, 2077] The world is over. The trapped miners are dead. Hell, everybody's dead. It's cold outside. The bombs hit last month and... I have nowhere to go. I have 7 boxes of food, a gun with two bullets, and a bottle of whiskey. In the end I'll use all of them. Probably not in that order though. I don't even know why I'm writing this. Bored, I guess. The generators are holding, for now. But I hear all kinds of noises from the flooded part of the mine. I know it's impossible, but it sounds like screams. Horrified screams that haunt my nightmares. If anybody ever reads this, I hope the world isn't as fucked as it seems. If it is, I feel sorry for you.
905LC047_Foreman_TerminalDesk[Message From: R. Wilson] [Sent: August 25, 2077] I don't want a single dime spent on that geological report nonsense. I have been with NAR for over 30 years and I have never seen any of this so called "sinking" or "erosion" as the report claims. Do you think NAR would have built a railyard here in the first place if it were just going to sink into the swamp? Of course not!
906LC047_Foreman_TerminalDesk[Message From: T. Pendleton] [Sent: August 24, 2077] One word. Nuka-Cola Cran. Try one, you can thank me later.
907LC047_YardReport_TerminalDeskGeological Stability Report Submitted: August 21, 2077 Attention: Recent tests along the perimeter and along connecting rail lines indicate clearly a high risk of catastrophic erosion. Existing trainyard infrastructure is at risk. The report shows an immediate need for reinforced retaining walls and support foundations for the entire yard and rails leading up to Watoga. Attached is the conclusive data from the tests, as well as engineering estimates for suggested preventative measures.
908LC047_YardReport_TerminalDeskWe have received your report. While AMS feels for your circumstances, we reject your accusation that the earthquakes have anything to do with our mining tests. Our own geologists have verified that these were natural occurrences.
909LC058_DataReviewMessagesSubTerminal8-17-77 1:44 PM From: LMyers Subject: Satellite Adjustments ---------------------------------------------------- We will be making some remote adjustments to the satellite shortly, which will account for a gap in the data when it gets to you. Just wanted to give you a heads up so you wouldn't worry like last time. The war's got everyone on edge, but to my knowledge, there aren't any foreign armed forces in low orbit space tampering with our equipment.
910LC058_DataReviewMessagesSubTerminal8-27-77 3:24 PM From: MHardy Subject: Deep Space Logs ---------------------------------------------------- Lucius wants the next batch of logs reviewed by the Monday morning meeting. Sorry to ruin your weekend, but we've got to move fast on this. As you know, we have limited windows to gather this information, so it's important to finish trawling the data before the next test so we can make any necessary adjustments and move on.
911LC058_DataReviewMessagesSubTerminal9-3-77 9:16 AM From: MHardy Subject: Incoming Data Dump ---------------------------------------------------- Heads up! Big test scheduled for early this afternoon. The team at the National Isolated Radio Array has finished their calibrations and they're on standby. According to Lucius, this one might be our cleanest signal yet, so be prepared for a buttload of data coming your way.
912LC058_DataReviewMessagesSubTerminal9-21-77 4:01 PM From: CMurphey Subject: Something's Weird ---------------------------------------------------- It's weird, right? I know we were told not to talk about it, but... I can't be the only one, right? They can't expect to keep it secret forever. I haven't been sleeping since. I'm pretty sure Michael's noticed my performance slipping, but I feel like everyone's been acting a little weirded-out recently, even the higher-ups. Maybe I shouldn't worry. Maybe it's nothing. You've been reviewing the data though, what do you think about it?
913LC058_DataReviewMessagesSubTerminal9-21-77 4:37 PM From: DDiVirgilio Subject: Security Reminder ---------------------------------------------------- Any employee communicating with anyone below their clearance level about any classified information will be immediately terminated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of federl law. If you are not sure if your communication follows this mandate, be safe, and say nothing at all. Thank you for your cooperation in making this facility a secure and safe place to work.
914LC058_DataReviewMessagesSubTerminal10-01-77 12:08 PM From: PChapman Subject: Retirements? ---------------------------------------------------- I'm sure it's nothing. We go 7 years without a single retirement, then suddenly half a dozen people retire in the span of two weeks, they're all relatively young, and they've all moved to remote places to be with family? Even Chris Murphey, who I'm pretty sure doesn't have any living family. I mean, it's possible. I certainly don't think there's anything weird about it. Nothing I'd ever say to anyone outside the office, that's for sure. I certainly don't want to retire.
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919LC060_ArtisansCornerTerminalABOUT ARTISAN'S CORNER Artisan's Corner is The Whitespring's newest and most innovative retail experience, where guests can choose from a wide array of inspiring educational and recreational opportunities. Each month, current and upcoming guests of The Whitespring can propose and vote on a theme. Artisan's Corner will spotlight the chosen theme, offering exciting, hands-on classes, expert guided instruction, free workspace, and all the supplies and materials required to make your experience a success. Whether ceramics or cuisine, portraiture or prestidigitation, Artisan's Corner is the place where creators thrive.
920LC060_ArtisansCornerTerminalARTISAN'S CORNER WILDERNESS SURVIVAL EXPERIENCE CLASS SCHEDULE: 12/15/78-1/15/79 Venison Charcuterie - From hunt to haute. Caliber with Class - Gilding your ammunition. Taxidermy 101 - Your pet's forever home. En Garde - Bring a fencing foil to a knife fight. How To Boil Water - You're doing it wrong. Daytripper or Nightcap - Running a backwoods still. Packing Heat - Big game hunting with flamethrowers. All classes offered daily; see Friedrich for details. Activity Fee, Resort Fee, Historic Preservation Fee, Materials Fee, and Tax apply.
921LC060_ArtisansCornerTerminalPROPOSE A THEME Validating guest status... failed. We're sorry, only guests with current or upcoming reservations at The Whitespring are elligible to propose or vote on themes for Artisan's Corner. Day guests are welcome to enjoy the current activity during their visit.
922LC060_ArtisansCornerTerminalVOTE ON A THEME Validating guest status... failed. We're sorry, only guests with current or upcoming reservations at The Whitespring are elligible to propose or vote on themes for Artisan's Corner. Day guests are welcome to enjoy the current activity during their visit.
923LC060_ArtisansCornerTerminalVIEW VOTING RESULTS DECEMBER 2078 Four topics were randomly selected from among those proposed by current and former guests of The Whitespring. The results were: THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS (0) - Learn to grow, cut, and assemble elegant arrangements with the help of The Whitespring's legendary gardeners and florists. FIGURE SCULPTING (0) - Draw on The Whitespring's renowned collection of statuary as model and inspiration for your own masterpiece. Sculpt with clay, marble, or Appalachian Limestone, quarried right on the property! WILDERNESS SURVIVAL EXPERIENCE (72) - Master the rugged, do-it-yourself skills prized throughout Appalachia. From ammo to armor, cooking to carbines, learn how to survive against any odds. PAPIER-MACHE (1) - Not just for kids! Papier-Mache can create fascinating functional and decorative works of art.
924LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/24/77 Lew reprogrammed the robots to recognize me as 'Acting Assistant Manager'. Said it wasn't hard; I'm the most senior employee left on the payroll. That makes it official. As official as it's going to get. I've asked Robert to seal the hotel, make sure no one else gets in or out until the radiation settles. Paula's taking inventory. Lew's going to retool the robots, make sure they're prepped for a fight. I've moved up to the front office. It still feels strange being in here, but the guests need to see that someone's in charge. I'll do my best. This is The Whitespring. We have standards to maintain.
925LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/25/77 I spoke to the guests at dinner last night. It's gone surprisingly well. Those who wanted out got out, soon as the news came. Most everyone else is just glad to be safe. There are worse places to be trapped than one of the world's best resorts. There've been a few incidents. We had to confine Mr. Tommelson to his room after he started waving his gun around and yelling about Communists. I think some of the execs from the conference group were planning something, up until they saw the robots took my orders. After that, they've been quite the gentlemen.
926LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 12/14/77 When the world goes to hell, you don't expect much good news. Well, today we got some: Paula's inventory. We're set. With so few people left on the property, we've got food enough to last years, maybe a decade. Other supplies, too: clothes, meds, spare parts, generators. Guns and ammo, if we need them. Probably better off than those Vaults. Can't be too careful, though. That Nuka-Cola promotion is still going on, so I've arranged for the robots to bring me the caps they collect, and I'll dole them out to the guests so they can buy what they need. Makes for a nice little rationing system.
927LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 7/21/78 Even Ms. Roth's never seen a winter like this. The last of the snow finally melted last week. Radiation levels are down, so we've started sending groups out to check the grounds, see what we can salvage from the cottages. It's eerie. Outside the gate, things look pretty rough: abandoned cars, dead grass, not a person to be seen. Paula said she saw a deer with two heads. Inside, the Mr Gardeners already have the grounds cleared and the flowers planted. Like nothing even happened.
928LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 8/30/78 We're starting to see people on the roads now. Mr. Wellsby volunteered to go talk with a couple of them. Between the bombs, the radiation, the winter, it sounds like a lot of people are dead. God only knows what the big cities are like. I told Lew to keep the grounds locked down: no one in or out, except with my permission. It's hard, real hard. I've lived here my whole life. Appalachia's a place where you help folks, you know? We've all run on hard times. And we could help. We could help a lot. But once you start taking people in, where do you stop? At some point, there won't be enough to go around.
929LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 12/1/78 We got the announcement this morning. Modern Heritage, that damn remodel, is still on. Lew jumped on it right away, called in everyone who knew about programming or robotics. They're still looking, but they haven't found a way to stop it yet. I guess we can sleep out in the lobby for a couple of weeks, if we have to.
930LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 12/12/78 Damn Wilcox. Damn the board. Damn that Initiative. Lew's exhausted. He's still trying, but he's at the end of his rope. It's all hardcoded somehow. He can't stop it. Come January 1st, the hotel shuts down for the remodel. We all get locked out of our rooms. The robots get a system update, see how long we've overstayed our reservations, and kick us 'vagrants' out, permanently. Then they remodel the rooms, wait for the state building inspector. He's gonna be a while.
931LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_EastonLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 12/31/78 We should stick together. But we've been arguing for weeks. No one can agree on where to go or what to do. Lew and some of the guys are going to try to take out the robots at the golf club, see if they can hole up there. But most of us aren't up for a fight. Another group wants to head up to Pleasant Valley, or on to Sunnytop, see if the other resorts will take them in. Paula and I are leading the caravan to Charleston. Robert won't leave his post, no matter what. We've done everything can to get ready. Artisan's Corner is running 'Wilderness Survival Experience' classes. The sportsmen have been teaching shooting out on the putting green. And I've made sure they'll have all the food and supplies they can carry. No sense rationing now. The New Year's Gala is tonight. One last night. One last night before we join the world in this madness.
932LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_WilcoxIntramailSubterminalThe Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 7/12/77 From: Ainsley, W. To: Wilcox, J. Subj: RE: Listening Session What did you expect? Ironclad was never going to go over well. You should have done this piecemeal, one department at a time. Frog in a pot and all that. Now? It's a PR nightmare. Did you see this morning's Herald? You made the front page. Another big corporation turns to robots, tosses its employees to the curb. We'll be lucky if there isn't a picket line outside the front gate tomorrow morning. At least we've got a Sentry Bot there now.
933LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_WilcoxIntramailSubterminalThe Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 7/20/77 From: Courtnoy, C. To: Whitespring_Board; Wilcox, J. Subj: Homesteads Disappointed to see the Homesteads report for Q2. Out of a hundred lots, we've sold five? And not one housing start yet? Homesteads is the financial linchpin of the Initiative. We didn't sell half the hotel's land for nothing. We need that revenue to prop up the capital improvement loans for Springhill, Ironclad, and Heritage, and just to keep our investors on board. If they catch wind of this, it's all going to come crashing down.
934LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_WilcoxIntramailSubterminalThe Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 8/14/77 From: Hull, C. To: Wilcox, J. Subj: RE: Business Class Sales No dice. General Atomics and RobCo both backed out when they learned we weren't going single-source for Ironclad. We had to can the Starlight Holiday Movie Spectacular when they demanded we comp that whole list of celebrities. Even Hubris canceled on us. Nuka-Cola's still locked in for October. You sure you want to go through with that? I know you need a win to show the board, but this is nuts. Bottlecaps? Seriously? There's no way their marketing budget is going to cover our costs. What good's a corporate sponsorship if it bleeds us dry?
935LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_WilcoxIntramailSubterminalThe Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 9/28/77 From: Ainsley, W. To: Wilcox, J. Subj: RE: Ryan Of course he's over budget. Of course he's behind schedule. I own two dozen golf courses, James, and I've never seen a redesign that wasn't. This is Ryan's first project. It may take him an extra month or two, but he's a smart young man. He'll get it done. Those nine years of college weren't for nothing. Until then, back off. I have to put up with this bickering from both ends. It's a hell of a lot easier for me to fire you than my son.
936LC060_GeneralManagersTerminal_WilcoxIntramailSubterminalThe Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 10/15/77 From: Palmest, L. To: Wilcox, J. Subj: RE: Ironclad Status Hey boss. Yeah, still working through the backlog. The Spa robots need the most work. Didn't anyone check their specs? Assaultrons don't have fine-pressure sensors. They can't do massage. It's no wonder we've had so many spinal injuries. The bellmen have lost two dozen suitcases this week. Antoine set his kitchenette on fire again. And Nibs flooded the candy shop with dark chocolate. Could you get Joyce an extension until I get him sorted out?
937LC060_Whitespring2080InitiativeSubterminalFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE WHITESPRING ANNOUNCES FIVE-YEAR RENOVATION PLAN May 27, 2075: The Whitespring is pleased to announce The Whitespring 2080 Initiative, a major five-year renovation to the historic mountain resort. "The Whitespring is famous for its world-class hospitality, amenities, and spectacular natural beauty." said James Wilcox, General Manager. "The Whitespring 2080 Intiative is an an ambitious, forward-looking plan to revitalize the resort and secure its place among the world's premier vacation destinations for generations to come." The Whitespring 2080 Intitiative includes: * THE HOMESTEADS: Luxury real estate with all the amenities of one of the world's greatest resorts. * THE SPRINGHILL: The Whitespring's celebrated golf course, redesigned for a new era of sport. * IRONCLAD SERVICE: Hospitality perfected with the very latest in service and security robotics. * BUSINESS CLASS: Elevated service for corporate clients, including conference facilities, event planning, and corporate promotional opportunities. * MODERN HERITAGE: Completely refurbished guest rooms, suites, and cottages that meet the needs of the modern traveller. Built in 1858, The Whitespring Resort offers a wide array of elegant shops, fine dining, and exciting sporting opprtunities for distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen.
938LC060_Whitespring2080InitiativeSubterminalTO: All Staff FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who attended last Saturday's Listening Session. As most of you are aware, The Whitespring has not been profitable in over a decade. The board still believes the Initiative represents our best path forward, and has decided to move forward with the current plan. For the second half of this year: * THE HOMESTEADS continue to be advertised in regional and national media. * Remodelling of THE SPRINGHILL continues under the direction of Lead Architect Ryan Ainsley. The course will open for an exhibition tournament this fall. * IRONCLAD SERVICE robots have replaced the remaining security and groundskeeping staff. Over the next few months, robots will be phased in to replace personnel throughout the hotel. All staff are to assist in training their replacements. Report any further customer service incidents to your supervisor. * Several BUSINESS CLASS promotions are currently in the planning stages. More details to follow. * MODERN HERITAGE renovations remain scheduled for January, 2079. No reservations will be accepted during the renovation process.
939LC060_Whitespring2080InitiativeSubterminalTO: All Staff FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Several updates this month. * THE SPRINGHILL golf tournament has been canceled. * The Nuka-Cola Corporation will sponsor our first BUSINESS CLASS promotion. To celebrate the release of Nuka-Cola Quantum, Nuka-Cola bottle caps will be accepted as legal tender throughout the hotel. * The IRONCLAD SERVICE transition concludes this month. With limited exceptions, all non-management personnel should have received their termination notices. An Employee Farewell dinner will be held in Governor's Hall on 10/15 at 7:30pm. On behalf of the management team, I would like to thank you for your years of dedicated service to The Whitespring.
940LC060_Whitespring2080InitiativeSubterminalTO: All Staff FROM: SYSTEM CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE This is an automated reminder that MODERN HERITAGE renovations are scheduled to begin on [1/1/79]. To expedite construction, all rooms, suites, and cottages will be closed during the renovation process.
941LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 7/12/77 We all knew. That's what's hard. We all knew what 'Ironclad Service' was. They're gonna replace us, just like all the other big corps. Bring in the robots, ship out the little people. What are we supposed to do? Join a union? We all saw what happened in the mines. And no one wants to picket. We love this place. Last thing we want to do is hurt business even more. The girls and I are heading down to a concert in Lewisburg. Could be our last one together. Tomorrow, we'll all have to start looking for new jobs.
942LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/14/77 Three months, and not one interview. I knew things were bad, but damn. Amy had an uncle up at Monongah, got her a job in the plant. Carrie's moving back in with her folks. The rest of us are still scrambling. There's nothing left for folks like us. I know there's no future here. That's why we made sure the girls got an education, got into college. But tuition's due. With Dave and I both out of work, there's not much we can do. We could take out another mortgage. Might get us through Christmas, at least.
943LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/15/77 I've never been so happy to see the store covered in dark chocolate. Nibs had some kind of malfunction overnight. He was icing the shelves when Sharon came in. Lew's working on him, but he said it's going to take a while to fix whatever it is. Until then, they need someone to run the shop, so I'm getting a two-week extension. It's not much, but I'll take it. I'm still going to the Farewell Dinner tonight. Probably be the last time I see everyone.
944LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/18/77 It's so quiet. Everyone's gone. Outside of management, it's just me, Paula, Eric, Lew, and the girls at the spa. And Robert, of course. He's not even getting paid now, but he still shows up. He's been the doorman here for longer than anyone can remember. Sixty years now? Seventy? It's all he knows. Even Wilcox didn't have the heart to send him away. We all felt like that. This place was home. It's just not the same without them. It's just empty.
945LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/23/77 God. God, what do we do? I was working the counter when the news came in. We all crowded around the radio in the salon. War. Nukes. New York. Boston. Then, static. Lot of people just ran. Can't blame them. If Dave were here, I'd be trying to get home, too. But he's visiting the girls; it was homecoming weekend. At least they're together. I might never see them again. Right now, we have to tend to the guests. I can't find Wilcox. No one seems to know who's in charge. I've called a staff meeting for this afternoon. We'll figure something out.
946LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/23/77 It's just Robert, Lew, Paula, and me. Four staff. Ninety-two guests. And five hundred robots. No one from management is left. The robots were never meant to handle this. Someone has to step up and take charge. They picked me. I don't know anything about leading people. I've never managed anything more than a candy counter.
947LC060_WhitespringCandyStoreTerminal_UserLogsSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/25/77 I moved up to the main office, but I still slip back here now and then, when I need a little space to myself. It's Christmas. I wonder how Dave's doing, if he and the girls are all right. Not a day goes by that I don't think of them. I hope they're somewhere safe. For now, I have to focus on the people I can help. The Whitespring is my home, my family, more than ever before. And I'm going to do right by them.
948LC060_WhitespringDutyManagersTerminalABOUT STRATFORD Management Model HM-22 'Stratford' is programmed to handle all aspects of day-to-day resort operations, including guest relations, records administration, security coordination, and staff supervision. Stratford is fully authorized to make any and all necessary decisions regarding the personnel, property, and guests of The Whitespring. Guests with concerns, or wishing to speak to a human associate, are encouraged to contact the corporate office between 1-3pm on Thursdays.
949LC060_WhitespringMaintainenceTerminal_MaintainenceLogsSubterminalMAINTAINENCE LOG Week of 10/11/77 - Routine maintainence, Bellmen PM-30 to PM-39, Maids NM-20 to NM-24, GM-04 'Flintlock', GM-05 'Friedrich'. - Verification testing, HM-22 'Stratford'. - Shutdown AM-11 'Lotus' following spa incidents. - Install AM-12 'Vera' as replacement. - Apply special firmware update, HM-19 'Nibs'.
950LC060_WhitespringMaintainenceTerminal_MaintainenceLogsSubterminalMAINTENANCE LOG Week of 10/18/77 - Routine maintenance, Bellmen PM-40 to PM-49, Sentries SB-01 to SB-4. - Reverted special firmware update, HM-19 'Nibs'. - Additional maintenance, PM-08 'Antoine'. - Completed install, HM-22 'Stratford'. - Continued analysis, AM-11 'Lotus'. - Emergency shutdown, Bellman PM-19; 355 sealed pending autopsy results. - Prep for Golf Club robot installs in Nov.
951LC060_WhitespringMaintainenceTerminal_UserFilesSubterminalUSER LOG - 10/14/77 At first, I was glad to be exempt from the layoffs. I'm just in my own private hell. I'm the one setting up the robots that are replacing all of them, so I feel responsible. I know that's not rational. If it wasn't me, it'd be someone else. But I see how they look at me. I had lunch with Joyce, the clerk down in the candy shop. She couldn't stop crying. Her husband was laid off from the mine last year. She's got two girls in college. I don't know what to do. I could buy her a week or two, maybe.
952LC060_WhitespringMaintainenceTerminal_UserFilesSubterminalTO-DO: - Register Joyce as Acting Manager [DONE 10/23/77] - Implement Lockdown Protocol [DONE 10/23/77] - Robot Winterization [DONE 11/15/77] - Reinstate Combat Protocols [DONE 12/18/77] - Locate Whitespring Mainframe - Investigate Fabrication System - Organize Security Patrols [DONE 7/30/78] - Robot Winterization [DONE 10/31/78] - Abort Modern Heritage - Disable Modern Heritage Protocol Reset - Override Eviction/Vagrancy Protocol
953LC060_WhitespringMaintainenceTerminal_UserFilesSubterminalINVESTIGATE: - Robots controlled by central mainframe. Where? Must be on premises. Terminal access limited; can't hack out of user sandbox. Conduits dead-end. Not listed in technical specs. - Why so many robots? Given hotel debt, excessive. Who paid? Why? - Complete robot refab system? Set to automatic, instant. Crazy high-end. Repair staff cheaper. - Grounds pristine. Mountains, prevailing winds, robot maintenance limit radiation exposure. That all? - Hand Scanner with no door. Mistake? - Modern Heritage locked in by mainframe. Can't stop it, robot reset, eviction. Completely shut out.
954LC060_WhitespringMaintainenceTerminal_UserFilesSubterminalDisabled the damn lockdown. Not that anyone even tries to come here anymore. - O.R. 5/30/86
955LC060_WhitespringRegistrationTerminalTHE WHITESPRING - SHOPPING The Whitespring's legendary retail collection can be found on the hotel's lower level. Additional shops are located in Artisan's Row, a short walk across the north lawn. And don't forget The Pro Shoppe in The Whitespring Golf Club for everything you need to get in the game.
956LC060_WhitespringRegistrationTerminalTHE WHITESPRING - DINING For the finest cuisine in Appalachia, visit The Whitespring's elegant Dining Room, located on the hotel's upper level. For drinks, snacks, or light fare, check out the Lobby Bar or the Soda Fountain, also located on the upper level. The Whitespring Golf Club offers fine dining with a spectacular mountain view in The Champion's Club, or a more relaxed sports bar experience in The Taproom.
957LC060_WhitespringRegistrationTerminalTHE WHITESPRING - SPORT Play the newly-redesigned Springhill Course at The Whitespring Golf Club, or enjoy swimming, hiking, tennis, or pool. Hunting and fishing opportunities are also available. Please see a concierge for details.
958LC060_WhitespringRegistrationTerminalTHE WHITESPRING - EDUCATION Expand your horizons with a class at Le Grand Gourmet or Artisan's Corner, located on the lower level. Or check out The Whitespring Presidential Cottage & Museum for a fascinating historic tour.
959LC062_HarpersFerry_ClinicTerminalInstalling the Sympto-Matic at the clinic without being bombarded by questions from the staff has been difficult. So far, I've convinced everyone that the Sympto-Matic is merely designed to make their life easier by taking blood samples, blood pressure and body temperature quickly and with hyper-accurate results. Even though the device can fully diagnose a patient's ailments and even issue prescriptions if necessary, I feel we shouldn't implement those features until after it's been here a while. We don't want the country doctor out here taking a torch to a device that could very well become his replacement.
960LC062_HarpersFerry_ClinicTerminalAfter a month of tinkering, I'm confident that the Sympto-Matic has been calibrated. Here are some of the issues and tips I ran into during the process: *To avoid discomfort, the machine's rectal probe should be heated *The vocal synthesizer shouldn't exclaim "Bullseye!" every time it takes a blood sample *Liquid-proof the device's housing in case of misses when taking urine samples *During measurement cycles, the blood pressure cuffs shouldn't completely sever the patient's limb Most of these issues were quite minor, although I'm fairly certain that there will be a lawsuit pending against Med-Tek very soon.
961LC062_HarpersFerry_ClinicTerminalBroken bones, airborne viruses, lacerations - there doesn't appear to be anything the Sympto-Matic can't handle. We may have had a rocky start, but the device is beginning to hit its stride. I'm glad that we decided to install the fusion batteries inside the unit, as the clinic lost power last night and the device was able to operate without interruption. It appears that we have quite a success on our hands.
962LC062_HarpersFerry_ClinicTerminalThe Sympto-Matic has been at the Harpers Ferry Clinic for almost a year now, and it's outperformed all of our expectations. My fears that the machine would be seen as a threat to the staff's profession were wrong - they're actually quite appreciative of the help. Even the clinic's doctor has taken a liking to the Sympto-Matic, likely because he no longer has to be on call twenty-four hours a day. To call this test a success would be an understatement. It's my opinion Med-Tek should begin a full roll-out of this device immediately.
963LC062_HarpersFerry_ShopkeeperTerminalSales at the shop have really picked up this month. A bunch of folks are buying up all sorts of camping gear, survival equipment and canned goods. When I ask them what they're up to, they start talking about "preparing for the end of civilization" and "the collapse of society." Sounds like crazy talk to me, but they're paying cash, so they can say whatever they like. Of course, it gets a bit scary when they buy cases of ammunition. I don't exactly feel comfortable knowing we've got these kooks living in the mountains sitting on that kind of firepower.
964LC062_HarpersFerry_ShopkeeperTerminalIt's not even a single day into the new year, and a fight breaks out in the street over politics. No one knows who started it, but it didn't really matter - it's was the same old story again. One guy mouthed off about how lousy the government is handling everything and then a patriot stepped in to tell him that he was wrong. Discussion led to shouting, shouting led to insults and then the insults led to blows. The police eventually broke it up, but this divide isn't getting any smaller. Harpers Ferry is tearing itself apart.
965LC062_HarpersFerry_ShopkeeperTerminalHad a fella in a fancy suit stop by the shop today. He was wearing dark sunglasses, had an earpiece and looked clean-cut. Almost too clean-cut if that makes any sense. I knew he was government way before he showed me his ID. He started asking questions about the folks who've been stockpiling all the supplies, then asked me to give him names and addresses. I refused at first, but then he asked to see my tax records. I caught his drift, so I gave him the copies of my receipts. He left without even saying thanks. Maybe those doomsday folks aren't so crazy after all.
966LC062_HarpersFerry_ShopkeeperTerminalThe summer's almost over and tourist season was a disaster. I'm pretty sure it's all that crap going on in the news. We're in the thick of it with China at this point and I have a feeling people aren't sure what's going to happen next. If it wasn't for the supplies I sold at the end of last year to those survivalists, I'd already be out of business. I'm still convinced the government will come up with some sort of peaceful solution to the crisis before it all goes to hell, but who knows. Maybe I should start stockpiling a few things myself, just in case.
967LC062_MirandaTerminalI've no idea how long it's been since the the nuclear attack, but it feels like a lifetime. We're losing more people each day, but it's worse now. At first it was just radiation and injuries. Now, we have to worry about other people that want to take what little we have, and the surrounding forest and swamp area grow more deadly with each passing day.
968LC062_MirandaTerminalRecently, we had our first ray of hope. An ambassador from Vault 94 arrived. She had real food, and said the Vault had enough supplies to establish a farm that could feed us all. I sent a group to check out her story when I should have gone myself. Those fools. I'm not sure what they did, but it wasn't long before we heard the explosion and the earth shook. Vault 94 and all its promise was destroyed and now a strange cloud emanates from the entrance, wafting down into the surrounding forest. What have we done?
969LC062_MirandaTerminalI've heard from Quaid that he caught a glimpse of none other than Raleigh Clay outside of his bunker. He said he was armed with a shotgun, so he didn't want to approach, but looked, as he put it, "healthy as a horse." I may have shunned Clay and his Free States movement, but if I'm going to put the people here first, he may be our best bet. He and his people prepared for this very situation for years. If anything, perhaps he'll at least accept an apology.
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971LC065_TygartTerminalDON'T TRY TO RESTART THE PUMPS! If you are reading this, I have disabled the machinery to avoid further flooding in our slave pit. We can't afford to lose any more of our product. It should go without saying, but DON'T DRINK THE WATER EITHER! Half of us are sick. Dysentery is no joke. We will keep looking for some fresh source.
972LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalThings are looking up around Huntersville. We're about three months into our rural development grant from the government, and we already have a brand-new water recycling system and sewer lines. The days of dealing with dirty well water have finally come to an end. Thomas McDevitt over at the farms even said they're tying the new water lines into his irrigation system. I'm not sure how we ever won that grant, but finally this little town has been given the boost that it needs to get back on its feet.
973LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalWest Tek just finished construction on their laboratory building outside of town. I never thought I'd live to see the day that a major corporation would even consider locating one of their facilities here. We're getting lots of traffic to and from the site, and people are spending their money here. I'm even thinking of opening a bakery to sell fresh cookies and bread. Things are looking bright in old Huntersville!
974LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalWe're headed into the holidays and everything's been going well. I've broken ground on my bakery, and I hope to have it up and running by the end of spring next year. West-Tek has injected some cash into the town, paying some of the local farmers for testing rights at their farms. Not sure what West Tek is working on. Every time I try and strike up a conversation with one of their employees, they clam up or just plain ignore me. Pah, city folk.
975LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalIt's been a tough month. Several people in town have fallen ill - some kind of a virus or a flu bug. Thomas McDevitt said he was going to head over and chat up the West Tek folks to see if one of their doctors can lend us a hand. Not sure what's going on, but it's certainly gotten a lot quieter around here. The West Tek traffic into town has all but stopped. Just my luck, too - I'm a month away from opening the bakery. Well, since the guys I hired to build out the place are sick, I suppose it will have to wait.
976LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalThe sickness that hit us around February is getting worse. Thanks to some doctor from West Tek, we haven't had any deaths yet. Thomas McDevitt was able to convince them to lend us a hand, and they sent help. Their doctor says it's nothing to worry about, just a rare strain of the flu virus. Tell me, what kind of a flu virus makes your skin start to change color and your hair to fall out? People are starting to get scared. Maybe I'll convince Thomas McDevitt to hop into his truck and head for Charleston or something, to get more help. Come to think of it, I haven't seen Thomas McDevitt since he went to West-Tek.
977LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalI don't understand what's going on around here anymore. People are - changing. They're turning, well, green and their bodies are deforming. I don't understand how this could happen from a flu virus. It doesn't make any sense. The doctor from West-Tek said the flu virus is highly contagious, and he's confined us to our homes for our own safety. They've even placed guards in gas masks outside to make sure we stay put. What am I supposed to do? I'm scared.
978LC067_Huntersville_GailMeyerTerminalLast night, I heard a weird animal-like growling from the Benchley's next door. Then I swear I heard Veronica scream followed by a gunshot. What the hell happened over there? I asked the guard at my door, but he just told me the town was under government quarantine, and that I had to stay indoors. I think I better load my husband's old double-barrel for safety. If I can lift it. I'm feeling pretty weak lately and running a low-grade fever. I hope I haven't caught whatever's going around.
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980LC067_Huntersville_MilitaryTerminalWe were deployed today into Appalachia to quarantine the town of Huntersville. Tac Ops reports that there should be minimal resistance, small arms at best. We have strict orders to follow full containment procedures due to some type of a viral outbreak. Apparently, if anyone gets out of Huntersville, we could be looking at a potential pandemic. We've been issued hazmat suits to wear over our BDU's. Hopefully, this will be a simple op while the whitecoats handle the heavy lifting.
981LC067_Huntersville_MilitaryTerminalPulled into Huntersville today. We were immediately placed under the command of "West Tek," a civvy biotech company that's set up shop nearby. Not sure why command trusts these clowns, but orders are orders - wherever they point, we shoot. Spent the day setting up roadblocks at the main artery that cuts through the town. Weird thing is I haven't seen a soul on the streets. According to Pvt. Gabesman, West Tek's security already quarantined everyone to their homes. We're supposed to keep it that way.
982LC067_Huntersville_MilitaryTerminalLast night was rough. We were ordered to move into a civvy's house and extract a single male target. I didn't get a good look at him, but Gabesman told me he looked deformed, like something was wrong with his skin. I did hear his voice though, it was a low growl, more animal than human. When we tried to extract, some woman screamed and jumped at us with a kitchen knife. Sanderson freaked and dropped her with a single shot. Maybe we did her a favor.
983LC067_Huntersville_MilitaryTerminalWe're getting reports of the townspeople losing their minds around here as the virus changes their appearance. They're busting through barricades, attacking our men - it's like they aren't human anymore. It's hard to believe these - things were once people. I don't know what West-Tek was doing out here, but I'm beginning to think that these people were their guinea pigs. Why the hell are we here doing their dirty work? It's not right, and I intend to get to the bottom of this mystery.
984LC067_Huntersville_MilitaryTerminalNEW DUTY OFFICER: Sgt. Orlando Garrett, 12th Mountain Division I'm here to replace Sgt. Bianchi, who has been relieved of duty. According to the MP Report, Sgt. Bianchi was charged with three counts: gross misconduct, dereliction of duty and insubordination. He'll be transferred back to our forward command outside of Huntervsille and then to headquarters for formal sentencing. In the meantime, it's my job to make sure this containment operation at Huntersville continues to run smoothly and give West-Tek all the courtesy and assistance that I can.
985LC072_SalsGrindersSubterminalOpening Day is here! Can't believe it. The paint is barely dry, but we are ready to sell some subs to the boys running the automatons in the mines. Look at me now, Dad! You never thought I'd amount to a hill of beans after quitting the mine, but here I am. This is one Jefferson that won't be dying from crawling into a deep dark hole. You never did believe in my passions, but at least you taught me to make a mean sandwich. Now we've just got to get the word out.
986LC072_SalsGrindersSubterminalWhat a month! That cash register got quite the workout downstairs. Grace was a life saver taking the orders and running the front. It's been a madhouse for the both of us, but I couldn't be happier. Dad's old secret family recipe is the real hero. We've been running through cranberries almost faster than we can get them trucked in from the Bog, but those suckers have that tang that keeps them coming back. Of course a sandwich monopoly on this town doesn't hurt either.
987LC072_SalsGrindersSubterminalAlmost didn't believe it when I saw his blasted sign going up a stone's throw away. "Big Papa Moe's Lip Smackin' Sandwich Shack"?! First off: Who the heck is Moe? Charlie never had a Moe in his life that I know of. At least he didn't when I was sharing a classroom with him. That slime ball never made an honest buck in his life and he has the nerve to not only open a shop, but do it RIGHT ACROSS THE BLASTED STREET!? Not only that, but he's advertising a Cranberry sandwich! There's no way he can beat my recipe. He's going to be laughed out of town.
988LC072_SalsGrindersSubterminal2 years into business and I'm hitting my second month in the red. I don't even want to look at my records any more. Much less update them. I've sunk everything into this place. And yet it's still not enough. What is Charlie doing?! What's he putting in those subs? I've had one and though you'd never hear me say it out loud, it's better than mine. But why?! What's the ingredient in that sauce? Whatever it is, Beckley is hooked and can't get enough. I've got to figure out where he is getting his supplies or I am done for. Can't believe I'm falling to Chucklehead Charlie.
989LC072_SalsGrindersSubterminalGrace left. Can't blame her. Not like I can pay her anyway. Haven't been able to for weeks and an IOU won't cover the rent. Sure would have liked to see her end up anywhere else then across the street. Almost fell over seeing her wearing that idiotic Papa Moe's logo on her shirt yesterday. That's it, I'm following that truck tonight. I know it's bringing his cranberries, but can't figure out from where. I've taken apart every ingredient in his sandwich and all that is whatever strain of cranberry he is using.
990LC072_SalsGrindersSubterminalI can't believe it. Charlie is really doing it. He is using radiated Cranberries for his sandwiches. I knew he was slimy, but I had no idea he could stoop this low. Couldn't believe it when I saw that truck at that abandoned quarry in the bog. Radiation warning signs everywhere and it went right through. Pulling out a few hours later with a full load to take to Charlie's kitchen. It was bad enough that he was driving me out of business, but to feed Beckley poisoned food is the last straw. Can't wait to see the look on his face tomorrow morning when I let him have it.
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992LC075_LewisburgVisitorsCenterTerminalHello everyone! It's another great day in Lewisburg! The community team has prepared this month's newsletter to inform you of the happenings in Lewisburg! Sky Gardens - We are overjoyed at the success of our roof garden initiative! The flowers, produce, clean air, and fellowship is something we can all enjoy! If you'd like to be a part of our sky gardens, let Ms. Helene know! Toxic Ash PSA - Although we are working hard to keep Lewisburg pristine, sometimes the weather isn't always cooperative! Please make sure you wear your gas mask! Feel free to stop by the Visitor's Center for replacement filters! Art Exhibition - This month, Lacey Malina is exhibiting at the Serenity Road Art Gallery! Please stop by and appreciate her beautiful oil paintings! Spring Garden Festival - It's almost time for this year's Festival! This Spring, we want to highlight our beautiful sky gardens! Make sure to visit downtown this Saturday for food, flowers, crafts, and live music!
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994LC076_FrontDeskTerminalTour Guidelines Memo Welcome! As a new member of the Uncanny Caverns family, part of your job will be to give multiple guided tours a day. Our motto is to give tour guests an "Uncanny Experience". What does this mean to you? 1) Night Kid is real. Seriously. You have to truly believe this to sell it to others. 75% of our vacation traffic comes nationwide from those who have read about Night Kid in the tabloids and our job is to sell that to them. He was born here and he remains to this day. We have plenty of literature for you to absorb on the subject before you start leading tours alone. 2) Upsell, upsell, upsell. We've gotten a lot of complaints that our Wild Cave and Extreme Adventure tours are underwhelming but that means the guides aren't doing their job. People can go anywhere for a natural cavern. They come here for the spooky atmosphere and the Night Kid mythos. It's your job to give that to them. 3) We've gotten reports of some tour guides allowing some really inappropriate things to happen during the "lights out" portion of the tour. Don't let this be you. Use your common sense and best judgement when it comes to how you conduct yourself. Keep these in mind and you'll no doubt be an upstanding employee. Have an Uncanny day!
995LC076_TransactionTerminalMonthly Transaction Revenue (September 2077) Base Admission / Automated Tour narrated by Dick Shale Adults - $14 (ages 13+): 1189 sold Children - $7 (ages 6-12): 1578 sold Small Children - Free (ages 5 and under): NA Total Sales (Pretax): $27,692 Wild Cave Tour (Includes Base Admission) $89 (ages 10+): 392 sold Total Sales (Pretax): $34,888 Extreme Adventure Tour (All tours bundle plus Devil's Toll Pass) $179 (ages 16+): 43 sold Total Sales (Pretax): $7,697 Devil's Toll Passes (Standalone Upgrade) $99 (ages 16+): 4 sold Total Sales (Pretax): $396 Gift Store Sales Monthly Transactions: 762 Total Sales (Pretax): $4,572.29 Total Gross Sales - September 2077: $75,245.29 Total Gross Sales - Previous Month: $84,759.47 Recommendations: Increase sales of upgraded tour packages. Increase base admission price. Remove "Devil's Toll" standalone passes.
996LC081_MiddleMountainCabins_MaintenanceTerminalWe've finally had a weekend where no guests are booked into the hunting cabins, so I've spent the day getting them all ready for winter. Luckily, they didn't need too much work - just a bit of waterproofing and making sure there's plenty of firewood at the ready. I've sent George into town to pick up food for his silly "welcome baskets." I don't know why he keeps insisting on giving these away. I have yet to meet a hunter with a pressing need for three types of flavored honey and a dresser sachet.
997LC081_MiddleMountainCabins_MaintenanceTerminalHad an early snowfall last night, so George and I broke out the shovels and dug paths to the road and the outhouse. Despite the weather, it looks like plenty of deer and elk are roaming the area, so our guests should have an excellent day hunting. I'm not sure what keeps this area so well stocked with the animals, but we're pleased we picked the right spot when we built Middle Mountain. Going to head out to Cabin C and fix a broken glass pane. I wish our guests would be more careful, but that's the way it goes.
998LC081_MiddleMountainCabins_MaintenanceTerminalThis could be the first year we've booked all three cabins solid through February and March. I'm starting to guess that as things get worse overseas, people want to get away from it all and forget their worries. Most of the hunters we're getting lately are looking to spend time outdoors and away from the real world. In fact, I've recently had George remove the radios from the cabins after getting complaints that guests playing music are disrupting the serenity of the place.
999LC081_MiddleMountainCabins_MaintenanceTerminalWith the unrest overseas starting to come to a head, George and I have discussed shuttering the cabins to guests and moving up here permanently. These cabins are secluded enough to make an excellent retreat in case things go south and our homeland gets invaded by Commies. For the time being, I think we'll keep Middle Mountain running normally, but maybe we'll start stockpiling some supplies around here. Just in case.
1000LC081_MiddleMountainCabins_MaintenanceTerminalIt's been a few days - or maybe a week since the damn Commies attacked our great country. I thought we'd be safe up here at the cabins, but I think the radiation from the nearby bomb strikes has moved through our neck of the woods. First it was just some of the dead deer we found in the woods nearby, but now it seems to have affected George and I. We had some doses of anti-radiation medicine, but I don't think it's enough. George is too sick to travel, but I've decided to hunt for supplies.
1001LC081_MiddleMountainCabins_MaintenanceTerminalI came back from my scavenging trip to find George dead and all the supplies I stockpiled gone. The few things that I gathered on my hunt won't even last me a week up here. After I bury George, I think I'll move on and see what I can find in Huntersville or Charleston. This will be my last entry - if anyone finds this message, feel free to use these cabins as shelter. Just remember to say a quick prayer for the folks like poor George who died thanks to this new hell on earth.
1002LC082_GregsTerminal-------------------------------------------------- Previous Test: -------------------------------------------------- Not sure what happened to my previous notes. Probably need a terminal upgrade, but that's got to wait. Besides I doubt my past failures are going to be that helpful anyway. -------------------------------------------------- Version Notes: -------------------------------------------------- - Got rid of the spinning pick axes on the front. As soon as they hit rock they either broke or the machine ground to a halt. - Swapped the motor out with one from the truck out back. It's a bit too powerful so still working on how to control the torque. It's also loud.
1003LC082_GregsTerminal-------------------------------------------------- Previous Test: -------------------------------------------------- Nearly ripped out the drill bit and the shaft melted. Not to mention the rumbling just about shook my building to the ground. Took no time at all for old Ms. Withers from across the street to start banging on my door. Told her it was an accident, but not sure she bought it. -------------------------------------------------- Version Notes: -------------------------------------------------- - Changed out the bit on the front with one from the industrial equipment. - Wired in an old terminal to the circuit board to have it control the speed and torque.
1004LC082_GregsTerminal-------------------------------------------------- Previous Test: -------------------------------------------------- The mine foreman was back today asking about my work on the automated mining equipment I promised. Had to tell him something, but not sure he believes me any more than my neighbor. What am I supposed to do? I can tell him anything he wants to know about mining gear, but I know jack all about computers. I've got 1 week left to show him something. -------------------------------------------------- Version Notes: -------------------------------------------------- - Swapped out the terminal for a salvaged Protectron's old circuit board. - Added the treads from a Sentry bot that Carl "procured"
1005LC082_GregsTerminal-------------------------------------------------- Previous Test: -------------------------------------------------- What a nightmare. That Protectron/industrial drill/sentry bot hybrid nearly swept off the foreman's head when I tried to show it off out back. Took him no time to cancel our contract and kill my future. I've sunk everything into this last ditch effort to update my business. If I don't act soon I am going to lose everything. I bet that crotchety, moneybags Ms. Withers would love that. -------------------------------------------------- Version Notes: --------------------------------------------------
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1028LC089_AdminSubTerminal0.0.0.1 Operation Report Base established, director. The other agents are off working on their little toys, so I can begin the real work. My initial surveys show that the party's maps are off a fair bit on the actual location of the silos. I'll make sure to get you all more accurate coordinates. And the rumors of them being massive factories appears to be unfounded thus far. If anything, these sites are far less advanced than the ones on the west coast. I'll report back more as I gather information.
1029LC089_AdminSubTerminal0.0.0.12 Operation Report Checking in, but with little to report. Our direct surveillance of the sites has yet to bear fruit. Visitors are infrequent to the point that we believe these sites may have been mothballed or set up as decoys. We believe a new approach may be needed, and request clearance to begin making contact with members of the local community to confirm our suspicions that the silos are non-functioning.
1030LC089_AdminSubTerminal0.0.2.8 Operation Report After finishing up our initial evaluations, it is our personal conclusion that the direction of Operation Trinitite should be adjusted. A contact we established among the local populace seems to indicate that the rumors we heard were false. The whispers of "Appalachian factory cities" must have been referring to nearby Watoga, which does appear rife with useful technology. It is my personal suggestion that Trinitite shift its resources over to focus on the exploration of this place for advances that might be able to serve the party's ends. But there was one item of interest that we turned up - a possible encryption method of the American launch codes. It seems they'd begun a pilot program to break them up into multiple parts, with a letter paired to each number of the launch code. Spelling the English word will tell you the order of the numbers in the code, but the letters were encrypted using a technique called a "keyword cipher" where the letters are transposed for others in a variant alphabet. How this keyword is determined or where it's acquired, we're still unsure, but it seemed too valuable a find not to share.
1031LC089_LiberatorLaunchBayTerminalDirector Summary Liberator Production Roadmap Over the past year, the staffs of this facility have been dedicated to revamping the inferior Liberator prototype military infiltration and attack robot. The focus of this effort has been to address the following issues with the previous iteration: - The small profile of the prototype model led to combatants not taking the deadly capacity of the attack robot seriously. We have offset this shortcoming with an intimidating paint job as well as implementing an inspirational dialogue protocol. This will strike fear in the hearts of enemy combatants and be an effective motivational tool for our forces as well. - The prototype model had issues with spontaneous detonation of its capture avoidance systems. These issues have been resolved with the Mark 0 - V models. - The prototype also had questionable combat effectiveness, mainly due to the low-level laser output that had a tendency to maim instead of kill. We have outfitted the current model range with a high-powered ranged laser as well as a spinning blade for melee altercations that should address these shortcomings. - Finally, we had planned for the current model range to deploy as a stationary turret on any surface as a direct response to the reports of inaccurate laser fire from the prototype. This has proved to be challenging, however, and will be put on hold until we begin working on the Mark VI. Regardless, we strongly feel that this new Liberator product line will serve as a successful vanguard force in the impending invasion. Our hope is that this summary will provide visibility into our operations and secure funding for our next round of covert field testing in the Appalachia region. Hail the People's Republic!
1032LC089_LiberatorLaunchBayTerminalTO ALL PERSONNEL: We have been placed in an unenviable situation. As you all know, we were given no warning prior to the bombs touching down. We can only presume that this means one thing: the Party leaders are all dead and we are now functioning independently. Some of you have suggested these means we can now abandon our posts; that the fight is over, and we have lost. For those of you that feel this way, we pity your lack of belief in our purpose, but we will not attempt to stop you from fleeing. Instead, let us say simply this: we are far behind enemy lines. If our party leadership is truly dead, any attempt to return home would be an utterly futile exercise. If they're not, and they do reach out to us, you will be long gone, trying to cross thousands of miles of hostile territory. Your best chance of survival is to remain here, where we can work together, and be prepared should the time come that we can evacuate properly. Director
1033LC089_LiberatorLaunchBayTerminalRemote team op documentation. Grey reporting. We've established control of the facility, removing what appear to be the last holdouts of a Chinese research team. We attempted capture but they resisted and had to be put down. World's a better place with a few less Reds anyway. We've combed the location for intel and schematics, and while we hit on a few interesting leads (plus a couple dead ends), this Liberator bot system appears to be the most promising for what command wants. Relevant system documentation has been removed from the site and will be turned over to command. I'll be moving out with the intelligence shortly. A couple of men will be staying behind to try and make the location less attractive to the curious. End report.
1034LC089_ManagerTerminalGreetings, new employee! We would like to welcome you as the newest family member of the greatest food processing plant in America. Follow these simple rules carefully and we are sure to become productive and prosperous members of this great American society together. 1) Here at Mama Dolce's, we like to say that we are an All-American Business. This means that we uphold the values and traditions of this great American society at all costs. The generous civilians of the American city of Morgantown have greeted the Mama Dolce's family with open arms, and we repay them by succeeding in our mission - to produce high-quality processed food products at low prices. 2) Productivity is the key to success and individual wealth. In this American capitalist society, we work long hours for no overtime pay in order to bring prosperity to our great company. Remember - success for Mama Dolce's means great personal wealth for you and your family! 3) As with all other American businesses, we have a very strict hierarchical organization. You are strongly encouraged to stick to your work stations and not question the leadership decisions of your superiors. Your superiors have only your best interests in mind, so interfering with their decision-making processes will only make them question your loyalty. 4) Most importantly, DO NOT attempt to inspect or repair equipment on the exterior of the facility. Only qualified repair technicians are permitted to inspect the exterior equipment in order to minimize legal liability. Violation of this rule is grounds for immediate termination. Thank you for your attention and understanding. - Plant Manager John Smith
1035LC089_ManagerTerminalProduct Focus Testing Results for Q3 2077 ========================================= Product: The All-New Sweet-and-Sour Stroganoff. Same great Stroganoff product with 100% more sweet flavor. Results: Sample group found flavor and consistency of product to be lacking. Many felt ill within 24 hours after consuming product. 78% of testers questioned the need for more sweetness in our product. Recommendation: High-level concept needs more analysis to determine if consumer acceptance will be insurmountable barrier.
1036LC089_ManagerTerminalHuman Resources Memo HR Manager Mary Baker Mama Dolce's Full-Time Employees: Please join plant manager John Smith and I in welcoming our most recent group of new hires to the Mama Dolce's family. They will all be joining the team at the food processing plant in Morgantown. Please give them a big Appalachian welcome when you see them around! Lincoln Jones - Manufacturing Hygiene Technician Jack White - Senior Maintenance Technician John Johnson - Full-Time Security Officer Will Harris - Processing Machine Operator (Night Shift)
1037LC089_PRCCommSubTerminalTo: *encrypted* Subject: Comm server wipe complete After eliminating remaining facility personnel and taking control of base security, I started with breaking into the comm server. I obtained access without incident. Contents of this facilities communications have been transferred to external servers for analysis, and local servers have been wiped clean. This facility is now completely under our control. We are free to proceed with orders from Command. First up - we need to secure the facility from outside influence. We have operatives learning how to operate and maintain the food processing capabilities of the factory above us. People are less likely to snoop around if we've gained the trust of the local population. Secrecy is our first and best defense here. Then, we learn the capabilities of this facility and see if it's a match for the primary objective. I'll continue to use these servers to provide regular updates on our progress.
1038LC089_PRCCommSubTerminalTo: *encrypted* Subject: Change of plans The plan to maintain the production capabilities of Mama Dolce's has fallen through. The machinery is too far gone to keep running for any meaningful period of time, and the constant repairs attracted too much attention. Because of rampant superstition in the local population, we've landed on a cover story involving the factory being haunted. Our security team has been stealthily killing locals and placing the bodies around the factory. We've used the resources in the stealth research lab to give a mystical backstory to the deaths. This is in addition to spreading rumors with the local populace. I was skeptical at first but we pulled this plan off without a hitch. People are too scared to even cross the river in Morgantown. We're now free to see what this place is capable of.
1039LC089_PRCCommSubTerminalTo: *encrypted* Subject: Liberator bots In addition to stealth and cloaking research, it appears that this facilities main purpose was to mass-produce a new iteration of the prototype Liberator attack robots we've seen around. Though we're not sure why, considering the reputation they've developed over the years. Surprisingly, they were successful with their latest attempts. The new models are the Mk 0-V, and they're annoying as hell. They can actually hit their target this time around, and have a spinning blade that goes right for your ankles. They also appear to have speakers now, and don't seem to ever shut the hell up. The facility is designed around two giant launch tubes disguised as smoke stacks on the exterior. We're not sure about exact production capability but we're too occupied with the primary mission to try. We've done our best to sabotage the production but these little things are everywhere. If I can be candid - one of them lept on me while I was trying to take a shit. That was as fun as it sounds.
1040LC089_PRCCommSubTerminalTo: *encrypted* Subject: Primary mission failed I regret to report that our team was unable to find any capability of this facility to bypass the U.S. nuclear arsenal safeguards. We have also been faced with increased interest and attacks topside at the factory, countless machinery failures, rolling power outages, and constant attacks inside the facility from Liberator robots. I submit my official recommendation for my team to abandon this facility completely. Awaiting response from Command on how to proceed.
1041LC089_SecurityTerminalFacility Security Procedures 1) All personnel should openly display a facility ID badge at all times. Failure to do so will be met with deadly force. 2) No unauthorized entry / exit from this facility without direct written consent from the director. Any unscheduled access to the facility entrance will be met with deadly force. This includes base personnel without explicit permission to exit or enter the facility. 3) All personnel are subject to search of their person and personal effects at all times. Possession of any unauthorized contraband will result in application of deadly force. 4) If possible, detain and interrogate subjects before applying deadly force in order to obtain any relevant counterintelligence. Interrogation should last no more than 12 hours before subject termination.
1042LC089_SecurityTerminalShipment Status (Arsenal Resupply) Item: Type 93 Assault Rifle Quantity: 75 Status: Delayed (indefinitely) Item: 5.56mm ammunition, 24-round magazines Quantity: 1200 Status: Delayed (indefinitely) Item: Stealth Armor Quantity: 1 Status: Delayed (indefinitely) Item: Officer's Sword Quantity: 30 Status: Arrived (3), excess (27) delayed indefinitely
1043LC089_SecurityTerminalTO ALL PERSONNEL: We have been placed in an unenviable situation. As you all know, we were given no warning prior to the bombs touching down. We can only presume that this means one thing: the Party leaders are all dead and we are now functioning independently. Some of you have suggested this means we can now abandon our posts; that the fight is over, and we have lost. For those of you that feel this way, we pity your lack of belief in our purpose, but we will not attempt to stop you from fleeing. Instead, let us say simply this: we are far behind enemy lines. If our party leadership is truly dead, any attempt to return home would be an utterly futile exercise. If they're not, and they do reach out to us, you will be long gone, trying to cross thousands of miles of hostile territory. Your best chance of survival is to remain here, where we can work together, and be prepared should the time come that we can evacuate properly. Director
1044LC089_StealthLabTerminalDirector Summary Stealth Research & Development Laboratory Progress Report As you know, our efforts over the past year have been focused on developing new cloaking and stealth based technologies, as well as techniques to support covert field operatives deployed across Appalachia. It goes without saying that cloaking technology is very advanced, and components are limited in supply in this primitive part of the world. We were unable to secure a stealth armor suit due to demand from Anchorage and other various war efforts. We also have yet to receive the suit schematics we requested to advance our research. Furthermore, we do not exactly have access to the best and brightest minds of the Republic down here. Our last reinforcements came over three months ago, and half of them were killed by the security team because they didn't have the proper credentials. While we have technically failed our yearly targets, it could be suggested that the targets were unrealistic due to lack of support and technological barriers. Additionally, the constraints of working in a covert capacity dramatically limit the type of testing that can be done, as well as the hours they can be done in order to remain undetected. Regardless, Chief Scientist Quao will accept full responsibility for this failure and any and all repercussions due for his actions. He and he alone is responsible for failing to thrive in the aforementioned circumstances. Myself and the rest of the team are ready to move past this shameful leadership and excel on all future assignments. Hail the People's Republic!
1045LC089_StealthLabTerminalTO ALL PERSONNEL: We have been placed in an unenviable situation. As you all know, we were given no warning prior to the bombs touching down. We can only presume that this means one thing: the Party leaders are all dead and we are now functioning independently. Some of you have suggested these means we can now abandon our posts; that the fight is over, and we have lost. For those of you that feel this way, we pity your lack of belief in our purpose, but we will not attempt to stop you from fleeing. Instead, let us say simply this: we are far behind enemy lines. If our party leadership is truly dead, any attempt to return home would be an utterly futile exercise. If they're not, and they do reach out to us, you will be long gone, trying to cross thousands of miles of hostile territory. Your best chance of survival is to remain here, where we can work together, and be prepared should the time come that we can evacuate properly. Director
1046LC089_WasteSystemTerminalERROR. System command entry unavailable. Waste disposal system adjustments require system password.
1047LC090_MonongahMine_SupervisorTerminalAfter getting the okay from the big man himself, we've set up shop outside Monongah Mine. The Auto-Miner units should arrive tomorrow, so I'm having my team set up the repair stations and supply depots we need to keep them humming. Our target is coal, which is supposedly in vast quantities below. I'm going to start looking for a place to stay in Monongah Township, as this job looks like it might last for years.
1048LC090_MonongahMine_SupervisorTerminalWith the Auto-Miners uncrated and ready, the first order of business at Monongah will be safety. Apparently, there was some sort of a disaster way back in 1907, when an explosion ripped through the mines and killed something like 367 people. There's no telling how much damage was done to the existing tunnels, so we'll use the Auto-Miners to remote inspect and look for trouble spots. Shouldn't take more than a month to get the mine ready for work.
1049LC090_MonongahMine_SupervisorTerminalIt's been nearly two months since we started digging at Monongah Mine, and the coal is flowing like water. The Auto-Miners were designed to extract high-density ore, so these coal veins are a cinch. Hornwright seems to be pleased with the output, and even gave me a bonus for getting the mine on its feet so quickly. Things are looking good around here.
1050LC090_MonongahMine_SupervisorTerminalAfter completing our geological survey today, we've concluded that Monongah Mine will be fully depleted of coal deposits within a month. I put in a request for the initial surveys that were completed a year ago, and was surprised to see that this was a known quantity. It's obvious that this site was never intended for long-term mining. After sending word up the chain to the CEO, I was told to begin shutting down the Auto-Miners the moment the last bit of coal is extracted. Sounds like Monongah Township won't be getting their royalty checks for much longer. Merry Christmas, right?
1051LC090_MonongahMine_SupervisorTerminalToday's the last day we're pulling coal from Monongah Mine. I've got most of the Auto-Miners packed up and the support equipment is on its way back to our depot. There are a few townsfolk watching us from the perimeter of the property, but they haven't really caused us any issues. Maybe Hornwright will cut them some sort of a deal to make up for stripping everything left in the mine, but somehow, I doubt that's going to happen. Oh well, it's not my problem. On to the next project.
1052LC091_MonongahPowerPlant_MilitaryTerminalTwo damn weeks we've been at this dead-end posting and we haven't fired a single shot. The brass is convinced this is a "viable strategic target" for the enemy, so we're now playing nursemaid to this pile of concrete and counting the days. I don't see the point of holding this location. After the bombs hit, who knows how much infrastructure between this plant and the surrounding area was destroyed. I'm convinced this posting is a waste of time and resources, but I go where Uncle Sam tells me to go.
1053LC091_MonongahPowerPlant_MilitaryTerminalOur radioman received some orders calling half my platoon away. I put them under MGT Lawson's command and sent them on their way. Now I'm holding Monongah with 2 squads. I hope we aren't hit with any serious threats, because I doubt we'll be able to last very long without fire support. Some of the guys are getting pretty damn bored sitting here with their thumbs up their rears, so I've started routine patrols of the plant in a 1 klick radius.
1054LC091_MonongahPowerPlant_MilitaryTerminalToday's patrol didn't return, so we sent out Bravo Squad for support. The squad found the patrol hanging from a tree and took heavy fire when they got close. Luckily, Bravo Squad made it back to the power plant, but I'm disappointed we couldn't retrieve the patrol's bodies for a proper burial. I don't know who did this to my men, but if they get within 500 meters of the plant, I've ordered both squads to open fire at will. I've repeatedly called HQ for orders, but all I get is static. I think we're alone out here.
1055LC091_MonongahPowerPlant_MilitaryTerminalThe first attack on the power plant occurred today at around 0530. The enemy hit hard, using everything from small arms to rocket launchers. The fighting lasted about an hour and we lost nine good soldiers, leaving me with fifteen. I had a team drag back some of the enemy corpses for identification. My best guess is that the enemy is some type of organized raiding gang scavenging for supplies. I'm not sure what they think we have in here, but I'll be damned if I'm going to let them find out.
1056LC091_MonongahPowerPlant_MilitaryTerminalIt's been almost three months since my half the platoon left and not a single soldier has returned. I have a feeling they're never coming back. Repeated attacks from the gang has left me with twelve soldiers. Some of the men are suggesting we bug out and let the gang take the power plant. If something doesn't change around here soon, I'll have deserters to deal with, or a platoon full of dead men.
1057LC091_MonongahPowerPlant_MilitaryTerminalMGT Thomas Senecheck now in command. Captain Maxwell was shot and killed today by the unidentified gang that's had us continually under siege at Monongah Power Plant. We're down to nine men, so I've given the order to abandon our posting. We'll head towards the nearest major population center to try and link up with whatever forces remain in the area. Wish us luck and may fortune favor the brave.
1058LC092_CEO_SubterminalFrom: Melissa Schafferty, Payroll Services Hello Sir, In regards to my earlier question about upcoming payroll, it seems that the accounts have been sorted. I'm sure you had something to do with it, but by now I've learned not to ask questions - so thanks! Regards, Melissa
1059LC092_CEO_SubterminalFrom: [Data Encrypted] Hello Thomas, Your order request has been approved. The funds will arrive shortly and the shipment should arrive within a week. We'll figure the details and let you know accordingly. Thank you for handling the elevator situation. We appreicate it.
1060LC092_CEO_SubterminalFrom: Jarrett Delgado, Manager Hey Tom, One of the new hires is a little restless. I've got him on mechanical maintenance but he's blowing through it and I'm running out of things to keep him busy. Is there any old equipment I can have him take a look at? I may have to send him searching for headlight fluid at this rate. Jarrett
1061LC092_CEO_SubterminalFrom: [Data Encrypted] Thomas, We've received reports that some of your employees have expressed curiosity about the silo elevator. You know the arrangement. We keep things operating, you keep things quiet.
1062LC092_CEO_Terminal-=- Employees, please avoid the cargo elevator. It is quite dangerous and only certified professionals should access it. Trespassing will result in disciplinary action. Thank you for your cooperation. -=- -=- Employees, you must be present for your entire shift. If you've completed your tasks, feel free to grab a board game or take advantage of the other company-provided amenities! -=- -=- Employees, please keep lunch durations no longer than 3 hours. Thank you for your cooperation. -=-
1063LC092_CEO_TerminalOrder ID: 697 Date Received: 06/01/77 Client: Brim Quarry Contents: Coal, 2 Tons Status: Delivered Order ID: 698 Date Received: 08/09/77 Client: [Data Not Found] Contents: [Data Not Found] Status: [Data Not Found]
1064LC092_Manager_SubterminalFrom: Thomas Glen, CEO Hey Jarrett, This gave me a laugh. I forget how much old blood we have in the company. Let him know we have a shipment coming within the week. In the meantime, have him check out the crusher in the main processing room. Tom
1065LC092_Manager_SubterminalFrom: Pat Rhodes, Mechanic Okay, I understand. Sorry to pry, just thinking of my family. I hope you've been happy with my performance so far, if there's anything more I can do please let me know!
1066LC092_Manager_SubterminalFrom: Pat Rhodes, Mechanic Hey Boss, Just had a couple of questions. Nothing bad of course - things are great! I love the getting to see my wife and son with the long lunches, and the board game hour, but I'm wondering...are things okay with the company? I know we work and keep the equipment in tip top shape (something that I'm quite proud of!) but we've only had one shipment in the 2 months I've been here...is that sort of frequency sustainable?
1067LC092_Manager_SubterminalFrom: Courtland Pearson, Human Resources Hey everyone! One of our goals at R & G is to make work an enjoyable place! So, feel free to take a breather and head to the locker room for board game hour! And later this week we'll start sign-ups for our basketball league! If there's any other activities you'd like to see added, let me know and I'll see what we can do! Courtland
1068LC092_Manager_Terminal-=- Employees, please avoid the cargo elevator. It is quite dangerous and only certified professionals should access it. Trespassing will result in disciplinary action. Thank you for your cooperation. -=- -=- Employees, you must be present for your entire shift. If you've completed your tasks, feel free to grab a board game or take advantage of the other company-provided amenities! -=- -=- Employees, please keep lunch durations no longer than 3 hours. Thank you for your cooperation. -=-
1069LC092_Mechanic_SubterminalFrom: Jarrett Delgado, Manager Of course. Be assured, you and your family will be taken care of. I appreciate your hard work and I've let Mr. Glen know as well. We're glad to have you on board. Jarrett
1070LC092_Mechanic_SubterminalFrom: Jarrett Delgado, Manager Hi Pat, No worries, when I started I felt the same nervousness as you. Business is perfectly normal. While we're less busy than other processing operations, it is because of the care we put into our employees, ensuring our well-beings are top priority. Mr. Glen has always felt his workers are more important than the profits he can make by automation or over-working his staff.
1071LC092_Mechanic_SubterminalFrom: Courtland Pearson, Human Resources Hey everyone! One of our goals at R & G is to make work an enjoyable place! So, feel free to take a breather and head to the locker room for board game hour! And later this week we'll start sign-ups for our basketball league! If there's any other activities you'd like to see added, let me know and I'll see what we can do! Courtland
1072LC092_Mechanic_Terminal-=- Employees, please avoid the cargo elevator. It is quite dangerous and only certified professionals should access it. Trespassing will result in disciplinary action. Thank you for your cooperation. -=- -=- Employees, you must be present for your entire shift. If you've completed your tasks, feel free to grab a board game or take advantage of the other company-provided amenities! -=- -=- Employees, please keep lunch durations no longer than 3 hours. Thank you for your cooperation. -=-
1073LC093_MonongahTownship_CouncilTerminal*Monongah Township Budget breakdown for third quarter 2075 **Coffers are getting low - need to come up with bake sale or charity auction ideas **Special Council address by Daniel Hornwright, CEO Hornwright Industrial **Selling mining rights to Hornwright for cash plus royalties put up for vote - approved 5-0 *Annual Monongah Baseball game vs. Charleston planning assigned to Councilman Fennick *Refreshments Served
1074LC093_MonongahTownship_CouncilTerminal*Monongah Township Budget breakdown for first quarter 2076 **Main Street paving project put up for vote - approved 3-2 **Budget for 2076 first quarter put up for vote - approved 5-0 *Complaint by citizens regarding Dr. Eddie Harrison **Dr. Harrison's erratic and unfriendly behavior discussed **Nature of Dr. Harrison's work discussed **Draft letter to Dr. Harrison asking him to appear at Council meeting - approved 3-2 *Refreshments Served
1075LC093_MonongahTownship_CouncilTerminal*Monongah Township Budget breakdown for third quarter 2076 **Huge monetary surplus thanks to Hornwright's royalty payments for mining rights **Send Fruit Basket to Hornwright as a thank you put up for vote - approved 5-0 **Budget for 2076 third quarter put up for vote - approved 5-0 *Refreshments Served
1076LC093_MonongahTownship_CouncilTerminal*Emergency Meeting brought to order by Councilwoman Neeley *Monongah Township Vs. Daniel Hornwright **Hornwright is abandoning Monongah Mine due to "low yield" - all royalty payments stopped **Release recreational funds for economic relief put up for vote - approved 5-0 **Cancel recreational activities until future notice put up for vote - approved 5-0 **Discussion about future ideas for economic recovery, no solutions were raised
1077LC093_MonongahTownship_CouncilTerminal*Monongah Township Budget breakdown for fourth quarter 2077 **Coffers empty - all public programs are suspended until further notice **Fundraising ideas put up for vote - lost 1-4 **Draft legal letter to Daniel Hornwright regarding Monongah Mine put up for vote - approved 5-0 **Draft letter requesting financial assistance from State Capital put up for vote - approved 5-0 *Miner's Relief Support Services report by Councilwoman Womack
1078LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01TO: Shadowbreeze Apt Staff FROM: Will Albright SUBJECT: Weekly Event Ideas Hi all, This is Will again. We're beginning a new initiative next week. Weekly events! We'll be putting up fliers around our properties showcasing our fun, exciting, and luxurious lifestyles by renting out various venues around town for our wonderful tenants to use and enjoy for the night. I'm thinking of calling it Albright Happy Hours. Come up with some great ideas and let us know how to live the Shadowbreeze way! Best, Will
1079LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01TO: Shadowbreeze Apt Staff FROM: Will Albright SUBJECT: RE: Rent increases Dear Shadowbreeze Staff, As you may have noticed, Morgantown is booming and doing very well. However, the increase of this noble town's population is starting to put stress on our profitability. That being said, my accountants and I have agreed that we will begin raising the rent on Albright Properties at the beginning of the following year. You will be receiving a detailed memo with exact specification and amounts, but please send out letters to your renters as soon as possible. A word of caution: these rental increases are going to be fairly drastic. We're most likely going to lose some tenants, but not to worry! We have various plans coming forward to help attract future renters. We'll be putting up fliers around town and in stores, attending this year's Student Open House at Vault-Tec U as a sponsored housing option, and we've begun repainting our Shadowbreeze Suites complex (that's the ugly brick building). Soon it will be a soft and inviting blue befitting our most esteemed tenants. Sadly, we were not able to fit in the special discounts for our military veterans that we promised earlier this year - but we will make up for it! The marketing team and I are starting to cook up more ideas every day. Stay tuned. Best, Will
1080LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01aUNIT: 200 DESCRIPTION: No available hot water from shower; only ice cold. PRIORITY: LOW ESTIMATED WORKLOAD: 1 hour
1081LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01aUNIT: 402 DESCRIPTION: Kitchen cabinet knobs are loose. PRIORITY: VERY LOW ESTIMATED WORKLOAD: 15 minutes
1082LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01aUNIT: 305 DESCRIPTION: Windows will not open. PRIORITY: LOW ESTIMATED WORKLOAD: 1 hour
1083LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01aSTATUS: REOPENED UNIT: 401 DESCRIPTION: Major water damage; structural instability of bathroom floor. Toilet won't stop overflowing. PRIORITY: HIGH ESTIMATED WORKLOAD: 3 hours
1084LC095_ApartmentTerminal_01aUNIT: 102 DESCRIPTION: Automatic mixers not spinning fast enough. PRIORITY: MED ESTIMATED WORKLOAD: 2 hours
1085LC095_HistoryOfMorgantown_epilogue_TerminalI've accepted my fate, and the fate of Morgantown. It's too bad that I'll never get to meet you, but at least you have the story of this horrible place, and now the story of me. Good luck, and try not to repeat history. You have a chance to start anew. Please don't be like us.
1086LC095_HistoryOfMorgantown_epilogue_TerminalI miss my mom and dad. I have no idea if they've survived, but I heard rumors that Charleston was hit by something terrible so I've pretty much given up hope. I can't leave Morgantown to go find them, and I'll probably die on this rooftop. But hey, at least I'm alive. Victor suggested we meet up, but I don't really trust him that much. And there's nothing that's going to make me leave this roof - not because I'm afraid of the student gangs patrolling the streets. But ... I've started to notice that... my hair is falling out. I've been dosing out the little RadAway I have in small increments. Just enough to make the pain go away, but not too much. Had to make it last as much as I could. But it's not working anymore. So, that's the motivation for recording the four volumes of Morgantown's history. It's not enough, but I'm losing strength every day. It's the most I could do.
1087LC095_HistoryOfMorgantown_epilogue_Terminal1. Detailed analysis of post-war Morgantown ----- update: not enough time, getting too sick 2. Historical recordings of Morgantown survivor accounts ----- update: not happening, people are way too aggressively violent 3. Meet up with telescope guy? Big no. 4. Short recordings. Big picture, high level. "The History of Morgantown"? Will need a shorter name, too grandiose.
1088LC095_HRMeetingTerminal...:: MEETING WITH SUSAN GODWIN ...:: Attendees .......... SUSAN GODWIN (SALES) .......... MARGARET DODSWORTH (HR) ...:: Agenda .......... INTERVIEW RE: COMPLAINT ID 234-A ...:: Minutes .......... INTRODUCTIONS .......... COMPLAINT DESCRIPTION GIVEN .......... ACCUSATIONS RECEIVED .......... Q&A .......... DISMISSAL
1089LC095_HRMeetingTerminal...:: MEETING WITH ALISON PERKINS ...:: Attendees .......... ALISON PERKINS (ACCOUNTING) .......... MARGARET DODSWORTH (HR) ...:: Agenda .......... INTERVIEW RE: COMPLAINT ID 234-B ...:: Minutes .......... INTRODUCTIONS .......... COMPLAINT DESCRIPTION GIVEN .......... ACCUSATIONS RECEIVED .......... Q&A .......... DISMISSAL
1090LC095_HRMeetingTerminal...:: MEETING WITH FRANKLIN G. HENDERSON ...:: Attendees .......... FRANKLIN G. HENDERSON (DIRECTOR) .......... MARGARET DODSWORTH (HR) ...:: Agenda .......... INTERVIEW RE: COMPLAINT ID 234 ...:: Minutes .......... COMPLAINT DESCRIPTION GIVEN .......... COMPLAINT DESCRIPTION RECEIVED .......... DEFENSE ARGUMENT RECEIVED .......... ACCUSATIONS RECEIVED .......... Q&A .......... DEFENSE ARGUMENT RECEIVED .......... DISMISSAL
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1094LC096_OliviaPHendersonTerminal...:: CONFIDENTIAL ::... ...:: DO NO REPRODUCE ::... ...:: BEGIN TRANSCRIPTION OF AUDIO RECORDING DR. MADISON: This is Doctor Madison of the Responders. I am conducting a psychological evaluation of patient Olivia Henderson- OLIVIA HENDERSON: You forgot the 'P.' DR. MADISON: Of patient Olivia. P. Henderson. This session is being recorded. Hello Olivia. OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Howdy again, Doc. DR. MADISON: Let's get started. First, can you state your current role with the Responders? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Well, let's see. I started as a volunteer, like most everybody these days. Didn't do much to help. Then found out about the quarantine zone here and knew this is where I had to be. DR. MADISON: For the record, the quarantine zone at Morgantown Airport is where research and containment of the Scorched phenomena takes place. OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Yes, that'd be it. I don't think I'd call it by such a pretty word though. It's more of a nightmare. DR. MADISON: And your job here is to guard the quarantine zone and take care of the Scorched victims? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Yes, sir. It's my job to keep watch over those doomed souls and make sure they stay locked up. DR. MADISON: Can you tell us why you chose to take this job? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Well, when the call went out for quarantine guards, it kinda had a disclaimer attached to the job role. DR. MADISON: I see. Can you explain? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: They said it was a permanent position. As in... I'm permanently quarantined here too. The Scorched are too dangerous and highly, highly contagious. So I can never leave. DR. MADISON: And why did you decide to take the job? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: That one's easy, and I'm pretty sure I already told you. It's the cancer. DR. MADISON: Yes, you told me you were diagnosed with terminal cancer just shortly before the bombs. OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Yes, sir. DR. MADISON: But you've survived so long. The doctors said you had just a few years left in you, and you're still kicking. What do you think happened? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: That part I'm not so sure about. I've been doing a lot of thinking, and maybe something with the radiation is slowing down the progress. Or maybe it's in.. Um.. Recession. DR. MADISON: Remission. OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Yeah, that one. Maybe it's in remission. DR. MADISON: Tell me about the other quarantine guard. Wyatt. Are you two getting along? OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Oh, dear Wyatt. Reminds me of my son, God rest his soul. He's a smart boy. Unlucky as hell, but smart. Kid doesn't deserve what life's handed him. DR. MADISON: That's very true. I do have an assessment with Wyatt later this week. OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Be nice to him. He's become like family since we've been stuck in that airplane together. DR. MADISON: Will do. But I'm afraid we're out of time. That wraps up the assessment. Thank you for joining me today, Olivia. The Responders do thank you for your service as well. We're truly grateful. OLIVIA P. HENDERSON: Just keep delivering the liquor, Doc, and I'll be happy as a clam at high tide. DR. MADISON: Of course. It's the least we can do. END TRANSCRIPTION OF AUDIO RECORDING ::...
1095LC096_OliviaPHendersonTerminal...:: CONFIDENTIAL ::... ...:: DO NO REPRODUCE ::... Results of continued interviews with Olivia have proven my initial hypothesis correct, for the most part. Subject is aware, resourceful, mentally able, and psychologically fit to continue her work in quarantine. Subject also shows signs of stubbornness, willful ignorance, and cynicism. Will be keeping an eye on any signs of background or latent depression. Anxiety is through the roof, but who isn't dealing with that? Recommendations: Continue evals of subject, perhaps at a slower pace. Every other month should be good for now. It's the other guard I'm more concerned about.
1096LC096_StorageRoomTerminalINVENTORY * Ammunition * Misc. Combat Supplies (Non-Edible) * Blank holotapes
1097LC096_StorageRoomTerminalREQUISITION ORDERS [UPDATED] Hello Responders Please remember that the use and access of this storage room is now handled on a case-by-case basis. The purpose is to contain confiscated items and high-priority goods and gear. All inquiries and requisition requests are to be forwarded to Responder leadership. And as always, remember to lock up after you're done. Thanks for your understanding.
1098LC096_StorageRoomTerminalNOTE ON PERISHABLES Hello Responders As this is now sealed containment, please do not store anything perishable here -- this includes food, drinks, even water. I know we've been keeping our most precious treats in here (love those Fancy Lad cakes) but it's more important to share what we have with our fellow survivors. I'll be putting in a request to clean the storeroom out of anything organic. You have 72 hours to retrieve your perishable items before they are redistributed. Thank you for understanding.
1099LC096_StorageRoomTerminalNOTE ON HOLOTAPES Hello Responders The recent disappearance of holotapes has forced us to keep a tighter grip on our inventory. Holotapes are our most requested item, however until further notice, holotapes are TEMPORARILY borrowed out on top-level orders only. All remaining unused holotapes are to be stored in airtight crates inside this room. Thanks for your understanding. I know we all want to get things off our chest now and then, but we need to keep an eye on this valuable resource.
1100LC096_WyattJohnsonTerminal...:: CONFIDENTIAL ::... ...:: DO NO REPRODUCE ::... ...:: BEGIN TRANSCRIPTION OF AUDIO RECORDING DR. MADISON: This is Doctor Madison of the Responders. I am conducting a psychological evaluation of patient Wyatt Johnson. This session is being recorded. Hello Wyatt. WYATT JOHNSON: Hi. DR. MADISON: These assessments are informal evaluations and are only intended to get a better understanding of how you're doing. Is that clear? WYATT JOHNSON: Yes, Doctor. DR. MADISON: Good. I'll be asking a few simple questions. Please answer honestly. First, can you state your current role with the Responders? WYATT JOHNSON: I make sure the monsters stay locked up. DR. MADISON: The Scorched, you mean? WYATT JOHNSON: Yeah, the walking demons. DR. MADISON: Okay. Can you describe why you chose to volunteer for this job? WYATT JOHNSON: Volunteer? I thought it was mandatory. DR. MADISON: No, it was completely voluntary. We posted the request and conducted interviews. WYATT JOHNSON: Oh. I figured since my momma got scorched that this was my punishment. DR. MADISON: No, Wyatt. This is a completely voluntary role. And your mother, Brenda, was infected by the Scorched but that doesn't mean there's any kind of punishment involved. WYATT JOHNSON: I let them get close to her. It's my fault. DR. MADISON: No, it's not. It was an accident, Wyatt. WYATT JOHNSON: That don't matter. I know this is my punishment. DR. MADISON: Wyatt, in your interview you said you had a terminal illness, and that's why you were choosing to become a quarantine guard. WYATT JOHNSON: Yeah, I do have a terminal illness. It's called life. DR. MADISON: Wyatt, work with me here. WYATT JOHNSON: Can I go now? I promised Livvy that I'd grill some dogs tonight. I finally got the grill working. DR. MADISON: We're almost done, just a few more questions. WYATT JOHNSON: When I grill, the kerosene leaks a little and covers up the stench of those monsters. DR. MADISON: *sigh* I'm sorry, son. We're done. You can go. END TRANSCRIPTION OF AUDIO RECORDING ::...
1101LC096_WyattJohnsonTerminal...:: CONFIDENTIAL ::... ...:: DO NO REPRODUCE ::... Results of continued interviews with Wyatt have been difficult and troublesome. Subject refuses to cooperate and is showing signs of psychosis and critical detachment. Subject is distant, showing signs of instability, PTSD, and separation anxiety. Or he's just being a smartass kid. However, he does seem to get along very well with Olivia. Recommendations: Continue evals of subject on a weekly basis. Keep a careful eye on this one, but should be okay under Olivia's supervision.
1102LC096_WyattJohnsonTerminal...:: CONFIDENTIAL ::... ...:: DO NO REPRODUCE ::... Reminder to check in with Maria (whenever possible) on holotape inventory availability. Starting to see requisitions cut for other purposes? Should be an investigation into the disappearance of tapes around here. Until the thief is caught, will continue audio-to-text transcriptions for redundancy.
1103LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalRex and I both had a lovely time at your establishment. It was nice to get away from the New England area for a while and take our minds off work. The meals were delicious, the room was cozy, and the atmosphere was romantic. The worst part of our stay was having to leave. Thanks again, and we wish you the best of luck!
1104LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalTo call our stay simply "pleasant" would be an understatement. I wanted to surprise Sheila for our anniversary, and the staff bent over backwards to make it all happen. It was absolutely perfect. The nearby path up to the scenic overlook is not to be missed - so quiet and tranquil, you'll feel like you're all alone in the world. Overall, A++!
1105LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalFinally, a place to lodge my complaints! First, the walls here were so thin, I could hear conversations (and other unmentionable occurrences) in the rooms adjacent to ours. Second, the food was never prepared exactly as I asked. I gave the chef a complete list of exactly the ingredients I could stomach and how to prepare them, and he obviously ignored it. Last, I need to give you people a lesson in etiquette. When a guest arrives at an establishment spending the outrageous amount you're charging for a room, you ALWAYS offer to carry their bags so that<>
1106LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalSuch a perfect getaway for two. Had a great time! We will recommend this place to everyone we know!
1107LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalSpent our honeymoon at your gorgeous bed & breakfast. We're from New York, so the clear air and the quiet was a nice change of pace. Thank you for providing my wife with the flower arrangement, that was a really nice touch. We really have nothing bad to say about your place, so we give it a ten out of ten. We've already booked a room for Summer 2078. Can't wait!
1108LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalVery good but wish liquor was free. Oh well, okay I guess.
1109LC102_MountainsideBB_CommentTerminalIf anyone reads this, we were here when the bombs hit. Finley was hurt pretty bad from debris, so I am going to try and take him to the nearest hospital. I don't know how to get there, and the car doesn't work anymore, so we'll try on foot. I think it's a long way, but I can't just leave him here to die. I miss my family and I hope they're okay. Wish us luck.
1110LC103_NACentralTrainyard_SwitchTowerTerminalFrom: Cary Skinner From everything we've learned, the armored train is scheduled to stop at New Appalachia Bank on Sept. 28th around 5AM. There will be four armed guards with the shipment, two aboard the train and two riding behind in one of the other cars. It's easy pickings, I promise. I figure a three-way split between you, me and my brother would be fair - if you do your part.
1111LC103_NACentralTrainyard_SwitchTowerTerminalFrom: Cary Skinner I got the map of the trainyard you sent. It looks like if you can rig switches 4 and 7, we can keep the train on the loading tracks. When we hit it, the engineer is going to try and gun it out of there, but guess what - thanks to you, they ain't going anywhere. All you got to do then is cover us from one of the switch-towers in case someone tries to sneak up on us.
1112LC103_NACentralTrainyard_SwitchTowerTerminalFrom: Cary Skinner It took some doing, but we bribed one of the cops that'll be riding shotgun on the armored train to lay low while my brother takes his place. And get this - he told us that the vault at the bank should be damn full that day. He wanted to make it a four-way split, but we told him no way. We'll pay him just enough to keep his mouth shut. If he tries to blab anything after the job, I'll go around to his place and make sure he stays quiet, permanently.
1113LC103_NACentralTrainyard_SwitchTowerTerminalFrom: Cary Skinner All right, Al. We're three days from the job. So let's go over this one more time. The train pulls in at 5AM, they start loading up the vault car at around 5:15AM. When they're almost done, that's when we hit them. According to you, they take between ten and twenty minutes to load, so if you don't see anything happening by 5:35AM, then something's gone wrong and you should lay low. If we take the train, we'll load up everything we can on my brother's truck and meet at the farm. Make sure you delete all this when you're done memorizing. Hang in there, buddy, we're about to get rich!
1114LC103_NACentralTrainyard_SwitchTowerTerminalFrom: Marlin Rellicker, Trainyard Supervisor Al, we need you to stop what you're doing and let the workers continue the clean-up at the New Appalachian Central Trainyard, then come on down to the central office right away. There's a man here from the federal authorities that has a few questions for you. Oh, and bring all your paperwork for the last three months, please. We've already backed up the emails on your terminal, so no need to bring those with you. See you soon.
1115LC104_ThunderMountainPowerPlant_FreeStatesTerminalIt's been almost a month since we took over the Thunder Mountain plant, and things are quiet. We've had a few Raider groups hit us, but they've never really been a threat. I'm not sure why we're holed up in this place. Deke says holding the plant is important, that it puts a choke-hold on the region, but I'm not quite sure what he means. Maybe if we linked up with some of the other Free States groups around these parts we could get it done, but for now Deke says we babysit, so that's what we're going to do.
1116LC104_ThunderMountainPowerPlant_FreeStatesTerminalWoke up in the middle of the night to the sound of explosions and gunfire. I could see from the roof that we were under a full assault. The enemy was definitely military: well-armed, well-trained and determined. After shooting for almost fifteen minutes, they suddenly stopped. I thought Deke had surrendered, but word got passed around to dig in and prepare for the long haul. What scares me is that none of us are sure what the enemy wants: to wipe us out, to take over the plant - or both.
1117LC104_ThunderMountainPowerPlant_FreeStatesTerminalIt's been two days since the attack, and it's clear that the enemy is here to stay. They've set up a damn command center and more men have arrived. I'm not sure why the enemy hasn't said anything to us, but it's making the rest of the group nervous as hell. What were they waiting for? More soldiers? Our surrender? Panic was starting to set in and people in our group were talking about leaving. If it wasn't for Deke keeping everyone calm, I'm sure we'd all either be on the run or dead by now.
1118LC104_ThunderMountainPowerPlant_FreeStatesTerminalA group of six soldiers approached the front of the plant with a white flag. They said they were from a group called the "Taggerdy's Thunder." Sounded sort of like a biker gang name to me, but it was clear they weren't playing around. They promised that no one would be harmed if we bugged out and left the plant intact. They also said if we rigged the place to blow, or fired a single shot, they would "kill every one of us to the last man." Didn't take long for Deke to make the decision to leave. They gave us just twelve hours to pack up and move on.
1119LC104_ThunderMountainPowerPlant_FreeStatesTerminalThis is going to be my last entry. We're all packed up and ready to leave Thunder Mountain behind. Outside, Taggerdy's Thunder was all lined up with their guns pointed at us and ready to march inside. Some of our group doesn't want to leave, they want to stay and fight, but Deke says we need to choose our battles and live to fight another day. I guess he's right, but one thing's for sure - I love the Free States with all my heart, but I hope to god we never have to go to war with these guys again.
1120LC106_NIRArray_PhysicistTerminalToday's my first day at the NIRA site, and frankly, I'm quite nervous. According to the committee members that offered me the job, I'll be the youngest PhD in ionospheric physics at the facility. I'm eager to show everyone I can handle any task they throw my way, regardless of its complexity. I have a meeting scheduled for noon today with the site's supervisor, Dr. Dyal Ojha. Hopefully, he'll recognize my scholastic accomplishments and assign me to something challenging.
1121LC106_NIRArray_PhysicistTerminalIt's Thanksgiving Day, and instead of spending time in Iowa with my folks, I've decided to stick it out at the facility to finish up the first round of my project. Dr. Ojha's current project focuses on "data sonification filtering" - removing unnecessary background noise that the NIRA array picks up from various stellar phenomena such as plasma waves, planetary radio emissions and particles striking our planet's magnetosphere. It's actually quite noisy up there in space! My particular job is to classify each individual sound and then create a filter so it can be removed from the array's desired frequency range. I'm almost done with my first quadrant, then I'll head home.
1122LC106_NIRArray_PhysicistTerminalI don't know if it's just stress or the long hours, but lately, I've been suffering from intermittent headaches. I tried to mitigate the pain with over-the-counter meds, but they've proven to be ineffective. After chatting with my co-workers, I've discovered a few of them suffer the same issue. I think I'll visit to the site's medical doctor and see what she has to say. For now, I need to move on to quadrant three of my project. I can't let something as trivial as a headache scuttle my work for Dr. Ojha.
1123LC106_NIRArray_PhysicistTerminalI'm happy to report that the site doctor seemed to know exactly what was causing my headaches. Apparently, the equipment at the site generates an excess of electromagnetic radiation. Thanks to dielectric heating, the EM field around here is "cooking" my brain at a very minor level - not enough to cause damage, but painful nonetheless. The doctor issued me a shielded lab hood to wear, which might make me look as ridiculous as the others I've seen wearing them, but at least I can get back to work.
1124LC106_NIRArray_PhysicistTerminalIt's funny. I've been hard at work on the fifth quadrant for my project, but I can't help being distracted by the whole headache/EM field debacle I suffered. I spent the last month or so juggling the original project with finding out why this array is giving off such a huge EM field. According to my investigation, the NIRA shouldn't be outputting so much electromagnetic energy. It's almost as if they aren't using it in a narrow band as expected, but trying to cover a huge area at all once. I'm not sure what all of this means, but it's certainly piqued my interest.
1125LC106_RadioArrayCommunicationsSubTerminal8-18-76 2:28 PM From: LAtwell Subject: Interference ---------------------------------------------------- Still nothing. I think I'm still getting too much interference over here. We need to completely eliminate the possibility of local radio interference from the equation. That means all frequencies except for this one. If we can blank them all out for even just an hour, we can make sure to get a clean signal. I know you said it'd take some time and resources to get that done, but we're really close! -Lucius
1126LC106_RadioArrayCommunicationsSubTerminal8-19-76 10:44 AM From: FKirkpatrick Subject: Requests Approved ---------------------------------------------------- Your request to divert power from the main grid has been approved. We'll send a trusted contractor in to complete the necessary work. You should be able to have everything up and running by the end of next week. Let us know when you schedule the test so we can mobilize on our end. Remember, for every skeptic we've got over here, there's someone who thinks we can't be prepared enough.
1127LC106_RadioArrayCommunicationsSubTerminal9-3-76 2:05 PM From: LAtwell Subject: What was that? ---------------------------------------------------- I don't know what you did over there, but something seems wrong. My head's pounding, like the worst migraine I've ever had. We've got people crawling around on hands and knees and vomiting. The pain is beyond intense! -Lucius
1128LC106_RadioArrayCommunicationsSubTerminal9-3-76 2:17 PM From: LAtwell Subject: Success ---------------------------------------------------- Ok, you were right, we gave it a shot. The signal is finally clear as day. Transmissions were sent and received. Sorry I'm not more enthusiastic right now, but it's hard to think with this nauseating headache. I'm going to give it another half hour or so before we just can't stand it any more. Maybe by then we'll be able to figure out what we're looking at here. -Lucius
1129LC106_RadioArrayCommunicationsSubTerminal9-3-76 2:41 PM From: LAtwell Subject: URGENT ---------------------------------------------------- Shut it down, IMMEDIATELY, then turn on the news. Looks like the effect was at least as far out as Clarksburg. People are asking questions. We'll make up something. I don't know; solar flare disturbing magnetic activity, or some nonsense the public will belive. For now, we got enough data over here at Site B. If that's what it takes to do this again, we may have to table the program for now and start it up again at one of the more remote sites. -Lucius
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1133LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_CyrusTerminalWarm greetings, friend! I've read your Transitory Novice Program proposal and I'm finding it very illuminating. When this retreat was founded, I had originally intended it to be a permanent destination - a place where one can free their mind and spend a lifetime expanding the boundaries of their consciousness. However, having novices as "guests" for a limited time might prove to be both invigorating and lucrative. And while I'm not normally burdened by material things, I'm not blind to the fact that we need financial stability to keep this place running. Allow me to consider what I've seen, and we'll speak again soon.
1134LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_CyrusTerminalWarm greetings, friends! Tomorrow is the Winter Solstice, so I want all disciples to make sure they're using their blue ribbons, their blue hair glitter and carrying the painted watermelons. If you've lost your watermelon, find Hannah and she should be able to find a replacement. Remember, this is an important day of celebration and I want to make all our novices feel like they're a part of the tradition.
1135LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_CyrusTerminalWarm greetings, friends! We've had some minor complaints from our novices about disciples frolicking around the gardens in the nude. While I applaud this celebration of free spirit, please understand that some of our novices are quite new here and it may take time for them to achieve that level of spiritual enlightenment. In the future, I suggest all frolicking be done on your own time in the privacy of your own rooms.
1136LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_CyrusTerminalWarm greetings, friend! I'm overjoyed with how well the Transitory Novice Program is progressing. Not only is our retreat overflowing with positive energy, but our permanent disciples have reported an overabundance of Spiritual Power - something I've been striving for since the day this place was founded. I was also delighted to receive your generous request to have signing rights to the bank accounts placed in your name. Now that I've been freed from the shackles of commercialism, I can focus my attempts at attaining my final inner state - Total Jubilant Bliss.
1137LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_CyrusTerminalWarm greetings, friends! Disciple Gladwell has graciously planned a most wonderful Enlightenment Thursday this week. Instead of the usual gathering outdoors, he's requested that all of us simply stay in our beds, close our eyes and attempt a metaphysical transformation. To ease this transition, he's had some special ventilation systems installed throughout the retreat which will fill the air with the sweetest of scents and earthly delights. I'd like to extend my personal thanks to Disciple Gladwell for everything he's done for the Palace and I encourage you to do the same when we all meet on the astral plane.
1138LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_SimonGladwellsTerminalBefore I arrived at the Palace, I was a mess. I lost my job, my wife left me, and I was dead broke. Everything I worked to achieve all my life disintegrated before my eyes. But then Cyrus showed me the way! He helped me understand that those things were minute compared to the scope of the universe. At first, I was skeptical. Coming from the world of business, where money was my lifeblood, I thought Cyrus was crazy to suggest its insignificance. It's taken several months, but I finally feel like I agree with him. I finally feel as though I'm at peace.
1139LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_SimonGladwellsTerminalAs I walk around and drink in our humble retreat, I am starting to realize that it feels like a wasted opportunity. This is an amazing place with so much to offer, yet only those who intend to dedicate their entire lives to inner enlightenment are allowed within. Perhaps if we allowed guests to stop by and temporarily feel at peace not only would we be spreading word of the Winding Path, but we'd also ease this facility from its financial burdens. Tonight, I intend to create such a proposal and share it with Cyrus.
1140LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_SimonGladwellsTerminalWe're in the fourth month of the Transitory Disciple Program, and I couldn't be more pleased with the balance sheets. Of all the business ventures I've ever embarked upon, this has got to be the most lucrative. The best part of this plan is that the guests hardly need anything to be entertained - just minimal staff and a clean place to sleep. In the last month alone, we've netted thousands in profit. I began this journey at the Palace searching for enlightenment but who needs it when you've discovered a way to become stinking rich?
1141LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_SimonGladwellsTerminalI've worked on our Expanded Packages for couples and come up with a list: Weekend Enlightenment Package for 2, $400 Weekend Deluxe Nirvana Package for 2, $650 Weekly Disciple's Delight Package for 2, $1000 Monthly Astral Sabbatical for 2, $3250 I'll have to run these by Cyrus, of course - but that idiot is off "finding himself" or whatever he does in the woods alone. Thank goodness he put me in charge of the accounts. Heck, maybe I'll just push it through myself.
1142LC110_PalaceOfTheWindingPath_SimonGladwellsTerminalSpending the cash on the new ventilation system worked like a charm. All I need to do is make sure one of the staff here keeps cycling the canisters of "spiritual Incense" and the guests stay in La-La-Land for the entire duration of their stay. I have no idea what's in the gas, but no one's gotten sick yet so I'd say we're fine. I've been able to save a fortune on meals and bed linen changing. I can't believe how well this has worked out. The Palace is booked solid through Christmas and I'm getting filthy rich. Enlightenment indeed.
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1146LC112_ControlRoomSideTerminal_MTNM02LTC James Oberlin Reporting as Chief Army Scientific Advisort to the ATLAS Program, replacing MAJ Kirk Bentley, who was deemed unfit for the role. The ATLAS program is moving slower than expected. I'm here to do what I can to step it into gear. It is by my discretion that Washington will cut funding if the prototype does not yield scaleable results by April. We should not continue to pay for construction of the ATLAS Accelerator if the technology turns out to be incompatible.
1147LC112_ControlRoomSideTerminal_MTNM02Prototype results have yielded moderate success. Dr. Hammond has succeeded in initiating light rainfall across a significant localized area. Funding for the ATLAS Program will continue under the condition that Dr. Hammond invest more research into more high energy weather conditions. I've given ATLAS engineers the go-ahead to initate constuction of the accelerator while we continue to improve the underlying technology of the ATLAS system. However, in an effort to light a fire under their ass, I've made it clear that funding could dry up if we encounter any more significant development delays.
1148LC112_ControlRoomSideTerminal_MTNM02Dr. Hammond has been able to produce a wide variety of weather conditions based on the data his team has been bringing into the lab. The latest prototype resulted in near-whiteout blizzard conditions, an unusual occurance in mid-August. Some of the local media is picking up on it, but nothing has been directed our way. Security is tight and I trust the personnel here to keep things under wraps. The automated security system we've installed has a way of discouraging loose lips. I've got a meeting tomorrow with the top brass back in Washington to go over military application for this technology. The localized prototype won't be much use in a war, but could prove useful during small skirmishes or certain clandestine operations.
1149LC112_ControlRoomSideTerminal_MTNM02The ATLAS Project has been fully approved and funded for military applications. This could prove to be a massive asset in the war effort against China. Imagine blanketing the nation in thick black clouds until the crops die out, wiping out naval ports with typhoons, or sending fierce lightning storms against vulnerable air bases to ground air units. Heck, we can even deploy ATLAS to quell any potential domestic uprisings. The sky's the limit here. It is my assesement that the ATLAS system will diminish the threat of all-out nuclear war. No one would believe that a string of bad weather is under our control. More bodies are being thrown at the ATLAS Accelerator, so we can hasten its production. Current projections place a completion date in the first quarter of next year.
1150LC112_ControlRoomSideTerminal_MTNM02Two days ago, I received a letter from my superiors in Washington. From completely out of the blue, they were shutting ATLAS down. I was in total shock. I read the details and it was filled with the usual bullshit phrases like 'cost-cutting measures', 'risk assessment ratios' and 'taxpayer responsibilities.' It also said further instructions would follow. This honestly doesn't make a bit of sense. I've decided to wait to discuss this with Dr. Hammond, as I'm certain hearing the news will send him off the deep end.
1151LC112_ControlRoomSideTerminal_MTNM02As expected, I've received a follow-up letter from my commanding officer. I was to go back through all the data that Dr. Hammond collected and adjust the values and the results so that ATLAS looked like a failure. Why were they burying the project that could shift the focus of the war? Why were they suddenly being so covert about the whole thing? I had a million questions, but I knew better than to call Washington and ask. Orders are orders. I just broke the news to Hammond and he instantly flew into a rage. I had to get a couple of MP's to restrain him, I thought he was going literally kill me. Fortunately, he calmed down and then walked off the property without a word. I don't know if he'll be back or not, but I still have a job to do.
1152LC112_DirectorsOfficeDraftsSubTerminalHere's your progress report: Good science takes time! Don't come to me and say it's going slower than you expected, Lt Col Oberlin. Science doesn't care about your deadlines, it cares about results, and so far, the results align with my expectations. I'm not stupid, I know why the Air Force is involved with this project now, and I also know you can't do it without me!
1153LC112_DirectorsOfficeDraftsSubTerminalThe prototype works. We can't just package that up and implement it as-is. I would expect you, of all people, to understand why it was a necessary first step before we throw all our resources at the ATLAS proper! You can have it done quickly, you can have it done under budget, or you can have it done right, but you can only pick two of those, at best.
1154LC112_DirectorsOfficeDraftsSubTerminalLt. Marcs, I know this may be considered highly unprofessional of me, but I must say it's a relief working with someone who truly understands the work we're doing here. I'm sick of the other Air Force pea-brains here. Most of them don't know what a nephelometer is, let alone know how to calibrate one. Would you consider dinner and drinks sometime, maybe? I have some concerns with the project, and I'd like to speak privately with someone I respect. It would also give us a chance to get to know one another a little more.
1155LC112_DirectorsOfficeDraftsSubTerminalNote: I overheard they may be shutting us down. Maybe I'll actually end up sending this one if that's true. Or maybe, it's better to just leave quietly. Haven't decided yet. YOU CAN'T SHUT US DOWN! ATLAS IS PRACTICALLY DONE! THIS IS MY LIFE'S WORK! IF THIS IS JUST YOUR WAY OF GETTING RID OF ME SO THE GOVERNMENT CAN TAKE OVER ATLAS, JUST SEE HOW FAR YOU CAN GET WITHOUT ME. YOU DON'T THINK I BUILT IN PRECAUTIONS JUST IN CASE SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAPPENED?
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1168LC116_BoltonGreens_DirectorsTerminalTo: All Parents of Bolton Greens Applicants (Accepted) From: Thurston Wellingham, Director Bolton Greens Congratulations! I'm very happy to report that your child has been accepted to the daycare program at Bolton Greens. This program is one of the most prestigious on the eastern seaboard. Your child will have access to state-of-the-art facilities, such as: our nine-hole golf course, a fully-staffed horse riding stable, a robust art program, unique team-building exercises and intensive business seminars. Our motto at Bolton Greens is "Ne Plus Ultra" which translates to "Nothing Can Be Better." That's the standard we live by, and why you can be confident that your child is pampered and safe in our hands.
1169LC116_BoltonGreens_DirectorsTerminalTo: All Parents of Bolton Greens Members From: Thurston Wellingham, Director Bolton Greens I'd like to call your attention to an incident that occurred today during our Wine Tasting Exercise. The children were blindfolded and given samples of several different vintages of wine (no cause for concern, none of the wines fell below thirty dollars a bottle). Proper identification of the type, label and year of each wine was a strict requirement. It seems that some of the children caught another sneaking a peek at the bottles and confronted him. Words were exchanged, followed by blows. This is exactly the type of behavior that you as parents should be proud of! When these children are beyond the safe confines of your estates and mansions, it's good to know that they can take matters into their own hands and handle the situation with swift, but firm justice. Well done, parents. Well done indeed!
1170LC116_BoltonGreens_DirectorsTerminalTo: All Parents of Bolton Greens Members From: Thurston Wellingham, Headmaster Bolton Greens I'm pleased to announce that this year's Business Keynote will be delivered by Daniel Hornwright, CEO of Hornwright Industries. Daniel is an amazing businessman, who oversees one of the most aggressive and lucrative mining operations in Appalachia, the Hornwright Industrial Mining Company. All children are encouraged to attend the keynote, as it's likely to be full of insightful and perceptive information about the corporate world. As a special treat, Daniel will be presenting the original prototype scale model of the Rockhound Bucket-wheel Excavator. This device revolutionized the mining industry in Appalachia and helped push Hornwright into the spotlight. If you wish to attend the seminar with your child, please remit the nominal seating fee to our public relations office.
1171LC116_BoltonGreens_DirectorsTerminalTo: Shelley Nicholson, Public Relations From: Thurston Wellingham, Headmaster Bolton Greens Shelley, I was just informed that this season's yachting excursion is in danger of being cancelled. This will not do! The excursion is an integral part of our experience here at Bolton Greens. I understand that our finances are running low, but to attract the upper echelon of society we have to spend every dime. If even a single child is sent home without a fully pampered experience, then our mission has failed. I need you to do whatever it takes in order to make this trip and all of our future excursions viable. If you don't think you have what it takes to get the job done, then quit so I can find someone who will.
1172LC116_BoltonGreens_DirectorsTerminalTo: All Parents of Bolton Greens Members From: Thurston Wellingham, Headmaster Bolton Greens I'm extremely pleased to announce that this year's Halloween Gala will be our best one to date! We've secured the Appalachian Philharmonic Orchestra to entertain while guests dine in the comfort of our luxurious function hall. Cuisine from some of the finest chefs in the area will be prepared for your your continued membership. We're also proud to announce that every attendee will be sent home with a complementary gift basket befitting the quality and poise of our children and their parents. I'd like to extend my gratitude for your continued membership. Bolton Greens is pleased to host your children throughout the year in our best-in-category after-school and weekend programs. Parents, if you're interested on attending the gala event, please remit the nominal ticket fee to our public relations office.
1173LC116_BoltonGreens_GourmandsTerminalMorris led the Gourmands to Bolton Greens today. We scouted the place two weeks ago, and it's still looking like the perfect hideout. Big building, lots of space and out of the way. Jerry rigged up one of the rooms for storing our meat supply. We can't have it attracting Super Mutants or Mole Rats. Damn, I can't wait to smell that stuff cooking.
1174LC116_BoltonGreens_GourmandsTerminalTook out a caravan passing through yesterday. Five guys, two women. They were traveling heavy and lightly-armed, so taking them down was a cinch. We ate well that night. Got a little drunk off some beer they were carrying, too. Cantou got in a fight with Bill after they started arguing. Cantou claimed female meat tasted better than male, but Bill said the opposite. Cantou got his ass beat, which gave us all a good laugh. Now that I think about it, men and women meat both taste the same to me.
1175LC116_BoltonGreens_GourmandsTerminalHunting and catching our dinner isn't so bad, it's the prep work that makes it a chore - it's damn messy. Luckily, we've figured out a way to have the robots here do some of the dirty work. I've got to hand it to Bolton Greens, they programmed these robotic chefs to be fully automated. We just hang the carcasses in the old kitchen, and in a few hours, they're prepped, dressed and ready for cooking. Now if we could only get them to help us hunt...
1176LC116_BoltonGreens_GourmandsTerminalEver since we arrived here, Morris's been acting weird. I don't know what it is, but sometimes I catch him staring at the other Gourmands and it's pissing me off. Some of the other Gourmands are talking about it too, and it's making them nervous. Not sure what the hell is bothering the guy, but if he doesn't quit it, I'm going to take a pipe to his head. See if he stares at anyone after that.
1177LC116_BoltonGreens_GourmandsTerminalGregory went missing and we spent the whole damn day looking for him. Everyone figured he shoved off and didn't want to bother, but I talked them into helping. I don't like losing anyone, but I especially didn't like thought of losing Jerry, who had science smarts. We almost gave up until we found Gregory in Morris's room. Well, we found half of him. Looks like Morris and his wife Edie have been breaking the code - never eat your own.
1178LC116_BoltonGreens_GourmandsTerminalWe all voted on what to do with Morris and Edie. Everyone else wanted to string them up and eat them, but I proposed that we kick them out of the Gourmands and send them on their way. It's tough to get everyone to understand mercy around here (especially Cantou, that guy's a weirdo), but we can't stoop to Morris's level. Let them do whatever they want, but one thing's for sure, they'll never break the code again. Last I heard, Morris and Edie are headed off to the East, away from here. They better stay away, because we now have orders to shoot them on sight. Suits me fine.
1179LC118_DrillInstructorSubTerminalTraining Report - May 2077 - Sergeant O'Malley The ILLUSTRIOUS ASSHATS that we call leadership in our fine organization have proclaimed from on high that my role as Senior Drill Instructor is no longer necessary. I have been informed that these worthless maggots will instead be molded into productive members of society by these TIN CAN SHITBOXES they're calling "Mister Gutsy". Unbelievable. I assumed, as any sane man would, that these things were here to clean my shoes and kill vermin inside the camp grounds. Instead, my orders are to train these WORTHLESS FUCKING GLORIFIED VACUUM CLEANERS how to do my job. As instructed, I will provide a monthly report of these futile efforts to my superiors. They will be short and with the minimum amount of detail to secure my GODDAMNED PENSION.
1180LC118_DrillInstructorSubTerminalTraining Report - June 2077 - Sergeant O'Malley I have to admit - I didn't think I was going to be surprised by the results of the first training session with this robot they have the balls to call a Drill Sergeant. But I was. I was ABSOLUTELY FUCKING SHOCKED at how much more COMPLETELY FUCKING INCOMPETENT these toasters were than was imagined in my wildest fucking dreams. Let me provide a brief executive summary of this months events: - First off, I'm pretty sure they cannot traverse up stairs or any kind of steep incline. - One of them reverted to some old code and started landscaping the grounds. What's worse is they were fucking terrible at it. - These things refuse to ever shut the hell up. If one of them calls me a "Commie loving bastard" one more time, I will forcibly disassemble it with my service rifle. - During a basic live-fire exercise, one of them "accidentally" killed Private Adams with about 17 stray rounds. So, I guess you'd better train these shit heaps to fill out paperwork too. Is that enough? It certainly is for me.
1181LC118_DrillInstructorSubTerminalTraining Report - July 2077 - Sergeant O'Malley Training a PIECE OF SHIT MACHINE to effectively communicate with the worthless group of scumbags we're calling recruits is a royal waste of time. Whoever thought they could ever match the ELOQUENCE AND EFFICIENCY of a TRAINED USAF OFFICER was sorely mistaken. All they're capable of is shouting canned phrases in a ridiculous voice and threatening recruits if they fail to comply. Private Taylor neglected to make his rack yesterday and one of those damn things nearly burned the barracks down. Is it truly necessary for them to be equipped with GODDAMNED FLAMETHROWERS?
1182LC118_DrillInstructorSubTerminalTraining Report - August 2077 - Sergeant O'Malley Against my strongest recommendation, I have been informed that the transition to a fully automated Camp McClintock is now complete after only 4 months of training. In layman's terms, this means that we're all COMPLETELY FUCKED. Our best and brightest will be led into hells fiery asshole by these metal death balls. The only saving grace in this COLOSSAL FUCK-UP is I won't be here when the shit hits the fan. I'm getting my wife and kid the hell out of here. Maybe apply for one of those vaults I've heard about. Something tells me we'll be needing them.
1183LC125_CB_Lore_RangerRossTerminalI'll stick to my side of the office when you stick to YOUR side. I know you've been stealing from my snacks drawer. There's only two of us in this office, Ross!
1184LC125_CB_Lore_RangerRossTerminalLookout tower is immaculate. Ranger Simons previous reports of untidiness clearly an attempt to undermine my credibility. Beaver population has suffered tremendously due to rampant poaching. Caught two of them just last week. Ranger Simons let them go. Said they both applied for hunting permits and should have received them. That's not your call, Simons! [EDIT] SIGN THE PERMITS, ROSS! - Ranger Simons [EDIT] NO. - Ranger Ross
1185LC125_CB_Lore_RangerSimonTerminalI saw you on my side of the office, Simons. This is the third time this week. Yes, I'm keeping a log. And it's going to the head office if you do it again.
1186LC125_CB_Lore_RangerSimonTerminalLookout tower is filthy. Trash left on the stairs is a safety hazard. Otherwise nothing unusual. Beaver population out of control. Need to cull by thirty percent. But Ranger Ross keeps denying hunting permits because he's too damn soft. Yes, I'm talking to you, Ross! I know you're reading my reports! We have a situation here, so stop coddling those beavers and DO YOUR DAMN JOB. And clean up the Lookout Tower! I almost fell down two flights of stairs tripping on your disgusting leftovers.
1187LC127_RedRocketHwyMegaStop_MaintenanceTerminalWe've spent the week unpacking the equipment that Red Rocket Corporate sent us, and I have to say I'm impressed. After looking over the service manuals, I'm confident that these robots will revolutionize the way Red Rocket Gas Stations operate by totally automating the process. Our job is to train and program the bots so that they perform as well as a human mechanic, or if everything goes well, even better. Tomorrow we let the robots loose and have them help their very first customers. Fingers crossed.
1188LC127_RedRocketHwyMegaStop_MaintenanceTerminalOkay, so day one didn't go as smoothly as we expected. The first customer asked our robots to clean his windshield, and the bots took the command too literally. Before we could stop them, they had completely removed the windshield to get better access. Later in the day, the robots changed a car's headlight with a larger headlight by tearing apart the car's bumper so it would fit. I would have thought they'd have command interpretation sorted out at the factory, but clearly, we're going to have to teach them basic techniques from scratch.
1189LC127_RedRocketHwyMegaStop_MaintenanceTerminalOur maintenance team has noticed that the robots are developing a personality, so they started naming them. We came up with: Mick, Rodney, Ira and Hank. Mick is chipper and determined, always the first to hover out to an arriving vehicle. Rodney is more reserved and practical, and Ira seems to overthink everything. Then finally you have Hank, who is pretty much aloof towards his job. I'm not sure why they're allowed to develop these personalities. Personally, I find it very difficult to deal with and I wish they all acted in their default modes.
1190LC127_RedRocketHwyMegaStop_MaintenanceTerminalAfter some debates with my team, I've concluded that the robots need to have their personalities reset back to the "factory default" mode. While it was fun for a while to distinguish them as individuals, it's clear that their sole purpose is to assist us through automation and these personalities are interfering with that process. Some of the other folks on the team think that resetting them is like "killing" them. However, the decision is mine, and I've chosen to go ahead with the reset. After all, these aren't pets or friends, they're servitors and they need to get back to work.
1191LC130_KeeperTerminalTourism Guide - History ___________________________________ Welcome to Landview Lighthouse, the most unusual lighthouse in Appalachia! Nestled in the mountains west of Morgantown, Landview Lighthouse offers a beautiful, 360 degree view of the surrounding area from its gallery deck. The origins of this landlocked lighthouse are as unusual as the lighthouse itself. Originally conceived as a theoretical concept by engineering students from Morgantown, the concept was ruthlessly mocked by students from a rival university. On a dare the students decided to make the project a reality, and its construction became a point of pride for everyone involved. The project soon took on a life of its own. Overcoming many obstacles, the lighthouse was eventually erected in October of 2036. It was dedicated to Donald and Shirley Jamieson, the two professors who helped spearhead the project from the very beginning. Now retired, the Jamiesons live in the nearby house where they serve as lighthouse keepers full-time, keeping it functional solely on donation money from visitors.
1192LC130_KeeperTerminalTourism Guide - Construction ___________________________________ Before construction began, over a year was spent consulting with the lighthouse enthusiast community for general tips, guidelines, and pitfalls to avoid. From these conversations it became clear that it couldn't come across as just another "tourist trap" that you see on golf courses and at theme parks. It was determined that the lighthouse had to serve as a true aid to navigation, with a working light and authentic architectural design. It had to have an operating beacon and a 360 degree gallery deck for observation. In other words, if they were going to do it, they had to do it right! Three years later, the completed lighthouse was opened to the public. Tourists from all over flocked to the curious structure, and raved about the beautiful view of the landscape it provided from atop the trees. Future students continued to develop the landscape over the years - by building a lighthouse keeper's house, a picnic pavilion, and general reforestation to recover from previous timber harvests of the surrounding area.
1193LC130_KeeperTerminalTourism Guide - Viewing Information ___________________________________ Landview Lighthouse is a 102 foot tall structure thousands of feet above sea level, with 76 steps to climb for visitors to reach the stunning 360 degree gallery deck. The second tier lamp room features a rotational beacon capable of projecting a beam for over 25 miles. Guests on the 360 degree gallery deck can enjoy unrivaled views of various landmarks in all directions: Beyond the mountain to the north is Grafton, a major shipping hub and railroad intersection for the area. To the east is Morgantown, home of Vault-Tec University and the founders of this very lighthouse! In the distance is the "Top of the World" located at Pleasant Valley Ski Resort, featuring the highest elevation in the region. Looking south, it's impossible to miss the stunning New River Gorge Bridge, one of the longest bridges in Appalachia. On a clear day, the unmistakable silhouettes of the luxury mega mansions in Bramwell can also be spotted. The landmarks that can be viewed from the 360 degree gallery deck are too numerous to mention. Under the right weather conditions, guests have a spectacular view of the entire region!
1194LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalEver since the attacks, I've been running. I didn't know where I was going, but I knew I had to get away. I wandered aimlessly for almost a week until I stumbled cross the remains of this store and decided to make it my home. Almost everything of value here was gone, but at least it put a roof over my head. I was happy to see that the store had a fireplace, which I desperately needed to fight off the mountain chill. It was the first time since the bombs hit I got a decent sleep.
1195LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalUsing the store as a base camp, I've spent the last several days exploring the surrounding area and gathering supplies. I have yet to meet anything alive out here apart from wildlife, which has been sparse at best. I heard some type of aircraft pass overhead, but by the time I ventured outside, it was gone. I'm beginning to think I am one of the few that's survived the attacks.
1196LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalI returned to my home today to find two men stealing my supplies. I don't know who they were, but I couldn't afford to let all my hard work go to waste. I would have tried to reason with them, but they didn't look like the reasonable types. As soon as their hands were full, I opened fire. They never stood a chance. I hope I haven't made a huge mistake.
1197LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalI'm having trouble sleeping again, only taking small one-hour naps at best. Usually, I'm awakened by some distant gunshots or the cry of something unnatural hunting for prey. Passing the hours in my new home has been a struggle. I've taken to staring at the pictures on the wall of people skiing and inventing stories of what their lives must have been like. It's hard to believe life was once that simple.
1198LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalHad another pair of thugs try and raid my shelter today, this time and man and a woman. I was home at the time and I saw them coming, so I called out offering them a chance to run. They laughed and started shooting. I returned fire and took down the man, but a shot from the woman caught me square in the shoulder. Fortunately, my gunfire chased her off, but I have a feeling she'll be back.
1199LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalThe wound in my shoulder is far worse than I expected. I don't have antibiotics, and I can't remove the bullet. Even lifting my arm has become difficult. If I don't get medical attention soon, I'm in serious trouble. The only options I have are to abandon my shelter and seek help, or stay put and hope for the best. Both of those choices lead me to believe I'm not going to last very long.
1200LC135_WhitePowderWinterSports_DiaryTerminalMy right arm is useless and I'm burning up with fever. I'm too weak to try and hunt for food or gather fresh water, which means I'm done for. My window of opportunity for seeking help is gone. This will undoubtedly be my last entry. If anyone discovers these messages and you find my body, all I request is some sort of proper burial. I hope my meager collection of supplies will help you more than it helped me. Good luck to you. Good luck to all of us.
1201LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 6-16-77 From: Spinner, F To: Gould, W Subj: Mining Chatter First, I want to apologize for misunderstanding you. When you said there was an issue with miners at the Rusty Pick, I thought you were referring to underage drinking. On a related note, there actually is a problem with underage drinking at the Rusty Pick. but I now know that's not what you meant. The recordings we took seem to indicate pretty standard anti-automation stuff. A few calls for unionization and that sort of thing. Seems mostly harmless. Nothing to worry about yet, but I think we should keep an ear to the ground, just in case. with your approval, I'd like to get a guy in there and pull undercover op. Thoughts?
1202LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 8-9-77 From: Messier, J. To: Gould, W Subj: Mama Dolce's I've been following this place ever since I sent you that report about the strange overseas wire transfers we traced coming out of here. I sent word of it to one of the boys in DC, and you'll never guess what came back. After bouncing around a few shell companies all around the world, the money finally landed in China. Consider this my formal request for a full surveillance op of the Mama Dolce's facility in the interest of national security. I bet dollars to donuts we turn up a den of Chinese Spies.
1203LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 9-20-77 From: Cortez, M To: Gould, W Subj: Surveillance Equipment Do we already have some equipment out by Monongah? I was out there setting up some surveillance for the mission you assigned me, and I came across a device that looked suspiciously like one of ours. We didn't have something going on there and forget about it did we? The thing looked like it was freshly installed. I didn't end up installing anything because I wanted to clarify the situation with you first.
1204LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 9-20-77 From: Hartley, G To: Gould, W Subj: Grafton Communists The strikes continue in Grafton. Don't these people understand how important steel production is to the war effort? I'd like permission to monitor the situation more closely. It wouldn't surprise me to find a communist or two in the midst of this mess. It's in the Navy's best interest to fix the situation ASAP. We don't even have enough intel to know if whoever's organizing the strikes is the same as the one who sabotaged the mill with whatever was in that powder. You authorize the tools I need, I guarantee I'll get to the bottom of it.
1205LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-7-77 From: Glass, S To: Gould, W Subj: Huntersville With all due respect, what's the meaning of shutting down the Huntersville op? Are we taking orders from the Army now? A complete media blackout, I get. But, covert surveillance is literally what we do. What's going on there that is so secret that WE don't have eyes and ears on it?
1206LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-13-77 From: Jamison, B To: Gould, W Subj: Free States Here's the latest on the Free States. After the secession, we were picking up loads of activity. But they've been pretty quiet ever since the real interesting ones, like Blackwell and Clay, locked themselves up in their bunkers last month. For what it's worth, we managed to infiltrate a few of their lines of comunication. But again, they mostly seem to be staying put and waiting for bombs to drop, as if the enemy actually has the guts to pull a move like that on American soil. I'll update you if anything noteworthy happens. As far as I'm concerned, They can sit there and stew as long as they want, or at least until we can free up the resources to deal with them good and proper.
1207LC138_DirectorsMessagesSubTerminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77 From: Sickle, M. To: _ALL Subj: Disk Write Errors We've had several reports of disk write errors this morning. It looks like we abruptly ran out of storage on our primary mainframe overnight. Until we can get this sorted out, I've brought a secondary tape drive online. Please reboot your terminals, and everything should be working again.
1208LC138_DirectorsTerminal***ERROR***
1209LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminal-Need to cut down indoctrination and reprogramming time. Current averages are at about 3 days. If we could get this average down to one day, or a matter of hours, it would greatly reduce suspicion. Until then, we will need to continue to rely on individuals with no immediate family. -Despite our original expectations, individuals with lower mental aptitude are actually worse for the program than more intelligent individuals, because we still need to work within the confines of the human brain. Smarter people are better able to carry out orders without error, and can improvise to occlude their purpose if they are caught. Factors other than intelligence seem to influence malleability. -After what happened with Somnus Agent AJM1068, it is evident we need to speed up our progress on the ability to deprogram individuals.
1210LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminalThe fact that Agent DMS746 is a local Park Ranger should prove advantageous in his efforts to move arround and not raise suspicion. However, I believe he may be a bit hard of hearing. He understands orders more or less, but does not always accurately recognize voices. I'm worried he may hear an order from someone not associated with the program, but who sounds similar, and divulge classified information. NOTE: 9/21/77 Agent DMS746 did not return in a timely manner after previous round of collection. Undercover agents were dispacted to find him. DMS746 showed signs of confusion, likely due to a sustained concussion, but no recollection of his activities. We've decided to decommission him for now, but keep him under close surveillance for any unexpected issues. [Dispensing Holotape]
1211LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminalThe fact that Agent DMS746 is a local Park Ranger should prove advantageous in his efforts to move arround and not raise suspicion. The fact that Agent DMS746 is a local Park Ranger should prove advantageous in his efforts to move arround and not raise suspicion. However, I believe he may be a bit hard of hearing. He understands orders more or less, but does not always accurately recognize voices. I'm worried he may hear an order from someone not associated with the program, but who sounds similar, and divulge classified information. NOTE: 9/21/77 Agent DMS746 did not return in a timely manner after previous round of collection. Undercover agents were dispacted to find him. DMS746 showed signs of confusion, likely due to a sustained concussion, but no recollection of his activities. We've decided to decommission him for now, but keep him under close surveillance for any unexpected issues.
1212LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminalExhibits signs of resliance to reprogramming. Double next session. If she still manages to resist, a partial wipe may be in order. We can always drop her outside her home and make it look like a late night bender. her propensity for overindulging in alcohol is one of the reasons we chose her, for this exact reason.
1213LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminalI can no longer, in good conscience, recommend the Somnus program for use in non-adult individuals. Even though AJM1068 is an orphan and a frequent runaway, there have been signs that reprogramming a developing mind may lead to adverse life-long consequences. The good news is that it's highly effective. The bad news is that it works too well, and the subject has little ability or desire to do anything but follow explicit orders, which si fine for robots, but robots don't need to eat, sleep, or perform other biological functions. I've called for an accelleration of the deprogramming initiative.
1214LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminalWe need to take better care during the reprogramming process not to inhibit basic self-preservation insitincts. Agent EFB825 came back, bleeding, covered in lacerations, and missing an arm after an apparent bear attack, blissfully uinaware that that anything was wrong. While it's good to know this could have interesting implications for frontline military forces, it does us no good to have a trail of blood lead to our back door. Agents were sent to scrub the trail to make sure no one traces this back to us.
1215LC138_SugarGroveBlacksiteTerminalSEL1249 is a self-described avid hiker, so no one questions her frequent disappearances. We can use her to collect data from the wooded mountainous areas nearby. On a trial basis, we have been experimenting with inserting a wide range of combat tactics, mostly revolving around martial arts. SEL1249 has shown much promise in accepting these techniques, completely unaware to her conscious self. Indeed, it appears SEL1249 managed to foil a bank robbery by employing hand-to-hand combat, with no recollection of the incident. Luckily, the official newsprint story attributes it to a sudden instinctual rush of adreneline triggered by the stress of the situation.
1216LC144_GuestTerminalValued Guest - Welcome to your relaxing ski vacation at Sunnytop Ski Lanes! Prepare to be immersed in the rustic charm of our historic lodge, and to carve down the most exciting slopes in Appalachia! Our lifts operate from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, so get out there early to make the most of your trip. Our lanes range from Green Circle to Black Diamond, so we have something to offer the whole family. If you're a true thrill seeker, ask about our backcountry opportunities (at your own risk). Ski lessons are available every other Monday at 9 AM. If you miss these windows, don't fret! There's no better way to learn than getting on the slopes and learning yourself. What's the worst that could happen? Fortune favors the bold! After hours, we have plenty of apres-ski to keep the fun going! Come down to the lodge restaurant for a refreshing drink, or take the bus down to the base lodge where we hold nightly clog dancing lessons. We know you'll enjoy your stay with us at Sunnytop Ski Lanes. Let the front desk know if you need anything, and remember to have a sunny day!
1217LC144_GuestTerminalHere at Sunnytop Ski Lanes, we have a wide range of ski trails for guests of all skill levels to enjoy: Massey's Tumble (Green Circle) Hopefully you won't tumble as you cruise down this beginner's trail to the base lodge for a well-earned cocktail! Good Times (Blue Square) An intermediate trail with just enough excitement to keep you coming back for more! Friendly Hills (Blue Square) Make sure you don't veer off the cliffside on this thrilling intermediate-to-expert trail! Champion (Black Diamond) Defy death itself as you fly down our signature Black Diamond trail. Be sure to slow down before slamming into our newly renovated Base Lodge!
1218LC144_GuestTerminalSuite Check-Out Procedures Valued Guest - Please follow these simple procedures before departing your luxury suite at Sunnytop Ski Lanes: - Departing Guests must check-out prior to 8:30 AM. Guests not following this rule will be subject to a late check-out fee. Guests can request a later check-out time 24 hours in advance for a reduced fee. - Guests who depart their suite in an unkempt state will be subject to a mandatory housekeeping gratuity. It is recommended that guests perform a thorough cleaning before departure. - Failure to return all rental ski equipment will result in the full price of those items to be charged to the renters room on check-out. - Guests must check-out using in-room terminals before delivering the key to the front desk. Failure to do so results in an additional administrative fee. Thank you for choosing Sunnytop Ski Lanes as your premier ski destination, and have a sunny day!
1219LC144_GuestTerminalERROR: Check-out service unreachable. Please contact the front desk for further information.
1220LC145_CampVenture_BrotherhoodTerminalIt's been 29 days since Taggerdy ordered Camp Venture online to fill out our ranks, and I'm honored to report that we're fully operational. Had to improvise the regimen without any airborne component, but everything else has been adapted. To ensure our survival, Taggerdy needs true soldiers. Not mercenaries, not weekend warriors, but cold-blooded killing machines bursting at the seams with efficiency, determination and grit. That's what I intend to give her - the best of the best.
1221LC145_CampVenture_BrotherhoodTerminalNine recruits signed up at Venture in the last month, and two already quit. Out of the remaining six, it's my opinion that four of them are worthy to join the Thunder. The remaining two will likely wash-out before the end of the week. The only way to earn my respect here is to graduate, there are no prizes for second place.
1222LC145_CampVenture_BrotherhoodTerminalIn regards to the fatality, I'd like to state that while the recruit's passing was regretful, it wasn't a surprise. With an intense training regimen, some breakage was, and still is, to be expected. To prepare these recruits for battle, I have them perform live-fire exercises against hostile targets. It's the only way to ensure they are fully ready for battle. I sent a formal request to Taggerdy to join us for the fallen recruit's funeral. Hopefully she can attend, and we can put this tragedy behind us.
1223LC145_CampVenture_BrotherhoodTerminalAs expected, we're down to four recruits. I'm getting pressure from Taggerdy to accelerate training, but I'm going as fast as I can. She said she'd wait until I considered them ready. The only obstacle is the lack of Power Armor parts. New recruits overwork the hydraulics, which leaves the suits out of commission until they're repaired. I've asked for replacements, but Taggerdy's saving them for the soldiers in the field. For now, I'll just have to make do with that we have.
1224LC145_CampVenture_BrotherhoodTerminalPleased to report the first class has graduated and have joined Taggerdy's Thunder. I'm certain that they'll prove to be worthy soldiers and honor the ideals set forth by the Lieutenant and Captain Roger Maxson. As word spreads that we're seeking soldiers, new recruits show up at Camp Venture. They're eager to learn what the Thunder has to offer, and some are ex-military, perhaps looking to rekindle that sense of structure they lost after the bombs. Perhaps in a few years, we can call ourselves an army. That would be a hell of a thing.
1225LC145_PlanningRoom_TerminalWallERROR #01 COMMAND CENTER PASSWORD REQUIRED If you need after hours access to the Command Center, please consult the Quartermaster at Secure Storage for the password of the day.
1226LC145_PlanningRoom_TerminalWallPASSWORD: i4x!!pXoGG__3# PASSWORD... ACCEPTED. DOOR UNLOCKED
1227LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalI had the "Guac Around the Clock Burger" which was pretty good. The guacamole was fresh, but I don't think it pairs well with pineapple. Great service, counter staff was very friendly. I'd come back again.
1228LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalBoth of our burgers were excellent, served piping-hot and a with a generous portion of french fries. We both had the "Crab-Tree Burger" with crab meat, apples and Canadian Bacon which was delicious. Highly recommended.
1229LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalTerrible, just terrible. First, the "Codpiece Burger" was cold and the fish was undercooked. My wife's meal was fine, but the manager was very rude, and I had to argue to get our money back. Awful!
1230LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalI wish they had something else besides burgers here, I was really looking for some spaghetti.
1231LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalIt was kind of romantic looking out of the huge windows at the landscape and sharing a shake and some fries. Everything was good, and a great place to take a date.
1232LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalOh my god, help me! I don't know what happened! There were explosions and then the glass was everywhere! What's going on? Are we at war?! Help me please! How can I get the police on this thing? People are dyi
1233LC150_TOTW_alaChezBurger_CommentTerminalHa this thing is dumb! Reading this makes me hungry. I miss burgers. My comment is that you all suck and CUTTHROATS RULE!
1234LC150_TOTW_DiamondDust_StakeoutTerminalMy stakeout at the Diamond Dust retail location continues. The Coral Cougar gemstone has been on display here for over two weeks and still there's no sign of the mysterious jewel thief known only as "the Haunt." Everyone at headquarters thinks I'm crazy, but I'm certain it's only a matter of time. You see, the Haunt and I have a connection, something that links us together. That's why we've been at a stalemate for years. Well this time, I intend to put the Haunt's days of grand larceny to an end and bring him, or her, to justice.
1235LC150_TOTW_DiamondDust_StakeoutTerminalFalse alarm today. A woman with sunglasses and a scarf came into the store and spent almost ten minutes looking at the Coral Cougar's display case. While I never thought the Haunt would dare rob a store in broad daylight, I couldn't take any chances. I took her into custody, but due to lack of evidence, my captain forced me to let her go. I'm not certain if this was an accomplice testing our defenses, or a ploy to break my spirit. I can feel the Haunt out there, mocking me, teasing me. I'm not going anywhere.
1236LC150_TOTW_DiamondDust_StakeoutTerminalAlmost four months have elapsed and no sign of our criminal. The Haunt is testing my resolve, but I'm not going to break. The management of the store has asked me to leave, but I told them to ignore the cot and portable shower I set up in the men's bathroom. The employees will just have to work around me, there's justice to be served.
1237LC150_TOTW_DiamondDust_StakeoutTerminalWhere are you, Haunt? Are you watching me right now? I can feel your eyes drilling into my mind, waiting for me to make a mistake. I dare you to try and steal the Coral Cougar, Haunt. I don't care if I spend the rest of my life watching this place. I know you're out there and I know you're waiting. The endgame is upon us, old friend. Time for you to make the next move.
1238LC150_TOTW_DiamondDust_StakeoutTerminalI heard some massive explosions outside today and I ran into the atrium of Top of the World just in time to see the mushroom clouds. At that moment, a horrible thought crossed my mind and I darted back into Diamond Dust. The case with the Coral Cougar was empty. The detonation of the bombs, the timing - all perfect. It was a masterstroke. Well played, Haunt. Well played...
1239LC153_TreehouseVillage_LornesTerminalThe Raiders chased us for almost two hours before my daughter Darlene spotted the treehouse. We scrambled up the rope ladder, praying they wouldn't follow. We crouched low and waited until the Raiders passed beneath. That's when we opened fire. Our elevated position gave us a huge advantage, and we took them down in seconds. I don't think they even knew where the shots were coming from. It was at that moment we knew that our Free States group had found a new home.
1240LC153_TreehouseVillage_LornesTerminalWhile the thought of living in a makeshift tree fort seemed clever, we didn't realize the huge amount of work we'd have ahead of us. Caroline volunteered to hike down to Gavin Mccullough's cabin to see if his group wanted to join up. Before the war, Gavin was a master carpenter, so he'd have the skills and tools to get the job done. Fortunately for us, his group agreed to give us a hand. With their help, and Gavin's knowhow, we had a solid platform built within a day. We were exhausted, but Gavin promised that the best was yet to come.
1241LC153_TreehouseVillage_LornesTerminalIt's been a little over a month and our dream of a tree fort has turned into more of a treehouse village. Gavin designed a way to use other nearby trees to build a series of interconnected platforms. It was pretty damn clever - everyone would have their own platform with living quarters and a roof over their heads. We would be close to each other, but each group would still have some privacy. Finding that child's treehouse was turning out to be the luckiest thing that ever happened to us.
1242LC153_TreehouseVillage_LornesTerminalI woke to gunshots and Gavin yelling that we were under attack by Raiders. We ran to the windows and returned fire. We were able to run the Raiders off, but the damage was done. We had lost Darlene. It was clear that our treehouse village wasn't enough to keep everyone safe. The Raiders would keep coming, and then slowly, we'd keep dying. We decided to give up our home and move on, to look for somewhere safer. I'm going to leave a few traps behind as a parting gift, just in case the Raiders return to finish the job. A little payback for what they did to my sweet Darlene.
1243LC167_ArktosControlRoomTerminal=====================================================* !! System Error !! * ===================================================== ::: Error Code 314 ::: Unable to establish contact with flight relays at this time.
1244LC167_ArktosLabTerminalLeaves are showing decreased chlorophyll. Browning not just of the edges, but all the way to the stalk. I think we can say this one is a dud. I don't know if it isn't binding is due to the concentration of the distillate or an incompatible sequence. Wouldn't be so bad if we weren't all afraid of running the centrifuge, but after the accident last month, we've all been on edge. Unfortunately it seems that the closest solution we've managed so far becomes volatile when at too great a concentration. As in, explosively volatile. Luckily no one was hurt. No full time staff anyway. We always have more interns. Ugh. I can't believe I have to work on Memorial Day. Arktos isn't paying me enough for this.
1245LC167_ArktosLabTerminal=====================================================* !! System Error !! * ===================================================== ::: Error Code 141 ::: Log file corrupt.
1246LC167_Arktos_ProteinTerminal=====================================================* !! System Error !! * ===================================================== ::: Error Code 555 ::: Unable to run protein sequencer at this time.
1247LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_ComicsYour comics are in GOOD HANDS. Get all of your favorite titles delivered directly to your door by your own Mr Handy--and skip waiting in line! Hubris Comics is not responsible for the condition of your comics or their arrival. Your Handy might try to keep them for himself, after all! In order to begin receiving your comics at home, stop by the store with your Handy any time. Our friendly automated (and living!) staff are always happy to assist you.
1248LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_ComicsFOR A LIMITED TIME! Exclusive offer for Watoga residents ONLY. Backstroke through some Manta-Man Back Issues with our end of summer sale!
1249LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_CommunityNotice to all residents: Hello to everyone that's expressed interest in participating in Halloween festivities at Watoga Estates! Please stop by the front desk for your building or submit a request for a participation sticker for your door. Miss Nanny bots will be looking for these stickers when they bring children around for candy, so if you don't have a sticker then you won't get to see any cute costumes! Use stickers ONLY as directed. We don't want a repeat of last year's Stairwell Pile-Up! Thank you for your cooperation.
1250LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_CommunityNotice to all residents: Watoga Estates would like to help support our active military and military veterans with a unique opportunity! We will be raffling off one month of unlimited access to our indoor pool facilities to residents who turn off lights in their home during the first week of November. Tell your Mr Handy to "Opt-In!" today to start earning tickets for our Veteran's Day raffle. Having one light off for 24 hours will earn one ticket.
1251LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_GeneralDiscussionAs a single father, I don't really know what the best looks are for my young daughter. I was initially so glad to hear about this feature! I thought it would make it easy for her to primp and style her hair properly. HOWEVER! She selected a hairstyle from the default list, and now she only has a single stripe of hair left on her head! I am not sure what to do, because the salon cannot see her until next week. She can't go to high school like this! It is utterly unbelievable that such a hairstyle would be considered default for young ladies. I can't believe she's not bawling her eyes out over such a disaster, but so far she's not complained even once. What a proper and well mannered young lady! You would almost believe that she wasn't upset at all by the horrible haircut that Miss Nanny gave her.
1252LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_GeneralDiscussionI was really excited originally when I came to this town. What an exciting concept. Anyone can be the mayor just for one day? But then I became the mayor and it lasted ONLY NINE HOURS! Can someone explain to me why the random rotation goes by so quickly and how do I become the mayor again? Or am I not able to be the mayor ever again since I already did it. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. -Terry
1253LC170_Watoga_CBLore_GWBBS_SubTerminal_GeneralDiscussion[QUESTION]Does anyone know why the automated garbage disposal system on Block C doesn't seem to accept the plastic scrap that my Mr Handy tries to deposit in it? [CONFIRMED ANSWER] Darel: If the building's disposal system has too much of one kind of scrap, it will stop accepting more until management empties it. [ANSWER] Naz: Did you ensure that the Handy knows where the scrap deposit chutes are located? It's a common user error during setup. [ANSWER] Naz: Another thing you could try, if you know how, is to query whether the Handy is detecting an item as plastic. It's good to rule out human error.
1254LC170_Watoga_CBLore_MissNannySessions_SubTerminal_aMAIN::MISS NANNY HAS STARTED A SESSION:: MISS NANNY: Bobby has not returned to the apartment from Teddy's house today, following the Teddy Playdate appointment scheduled for this afternoon. I am unable to reach the Miss Nanny at the number provided for Teddy's house. I am unable to reach Emergency Services. I am engaging Active Search Proto--- Authorized User profiles deleted. Hostile Intruder protocols activated. Terminating all sessions. ::MISS NANNY HAS ENDED THE SESSION::
1255LC170_Watoga_CBLore_MissNannySessions_SubTerminal_aMAIN::MISS NANNY HAS STARTED A SESSION:: BOBBY: Mommy! Miss Nanny put bananas in my peanut butter sandwich. I told her she can't do that but she won't listen. So will you tell her, please? KELLY: Miss Nanny, try another banana recipe next time instead. MISS NANNY: Sure thing, Mrs. Kelly! I know just the one to try. Fresh banana pudding with cranberries sound good? KELLY: Yes. ::MISS NANNY HAS ENDED THE SESSION::
1256LC170_Watoga_CBLore_MissNannySessions_SubTerminal_aMAIN::MISS NANNY HAS STARTED A SESSION:: BOBBY: Mom, Miss Nanny says that I can't cut my hair. It's not fair. Can I cut my hair? Why is Miss Nanny being mean? TAYLOR: Bobby, you cannot cut your hair. Miss Nanny needs my permission and I told her no. Go listen to your radio show. ::MISS NANNY HAS ENDED THE SESSION::
1257LC170_Watoga_CBLore_MissNannySessions_SubTerminal_aMAIN::MISS NANNY HAS STARTED A SESSION:: BOBBY: Mommy, I really want to cut my hair, okay? KELLY: Bobby, no. Your mom told me that you already asked her and she told you no. I agree with her, you can't cut your hair. We'll talk about this tonight. ::MISS NANNY HAS ENDED THE SESSION::
1258LC170_Watoga_CBLore_MissNannySessions_SubTerminal_aMAIN::MISS NANNY HAS STARTED A SESSION:: BOBBY: Mom, I found a lizard on the balcony, can I keep it? Miss Nanny put it in a jar and it has air holes and everything! Its name is Sparkles! TAYLOR: Bobby, you can watch Sparkles today if it stays in the jar. We have to let it go home tonight when I get home though. Sparkles has a family too. BOBBY: Wowzers, okay! ::MISS NANNY HAS ENDED THE SESSION::
1259LC172_ComplaintTerminal_CB_LoreTerminalComplaint Report #092734 Okay, this is TOTAL BULLSHIT! I got shot in the leg like 7 hours ago! I called the automated phone line and it told me to come here. Then I was told to fill in the automated medical report but the servers were down so they told me to talk to the front desk. But the robot at the front desk is at the repair shop. So I talk to the robot at the repair shop and he tells me to fill out a goddamn report on it. HOW THE HELL DO I TALK TO A REAL PERSON AROUND HERE?? I'M LITERALLY BLEEDING FROM MY LEG RIGHT NOW! City of the future my ass. I should have stayed in Morgantown.
1260LC172_ComplaintTerminal_CB_LoreTerminalComplaint Report #092738 You guys really need to change your policy on what's considered to be a minor fire. I ran all the way over here to fill out a fire incident report, but your Protectrons left because the fire was "small enough for me to handle myself". By the time I get back, the fire was a lot bigger. Then I had to run back and fill out another fire incident report. By the time the Protectrons came back again, my apartment was completely destroyed. Thanks for nothing, jerks.
1261LC172_ComplaintTerminal_CB_LoreTerminalComplaint Report #092742 I don't understand this automated medical reports system at all. What if you have more than one symptom? Why do you have to fill out a report in person after filling one out over the phone? Why can't somebody else fill out the form for me? Why are there literally no humans working at this place? I got hit by a bus last month and I almost died because of all the goddamn bureaucracy involved in getting treated here. I'd rather call RobCo technical support than deal with this hellhole again. IS ANYBODY EVEN READING THESE COMPLAINTS?!
1262LC172_ComplaintTerminal_CB_LoreTerminalComplaint Report #092749 Oh m god wy ar u makin me tpye tis rignow sriusly my head hrts plaes hlp me/,
1263LC172_ComplaintTerminal_CB_LoreTerminalComplaint Report #092757 So I filled out a burglary report last week and even sent in an image of the guy from my security camera. I was told to come in today to identify the culprit. First of all, the Protectron shot and killed the guy instead of taking him into custody. Secondly, it was the wrong guy. Thirdly, it was my next door neighbor! I mean, we weren't best friends or anything but what the hell! What kind of operation are you guys running over here? I've heard stories but this is the biggest display of gross incompetence I've ever seen! If I see the real thief around I'm taking care of it myself!
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1266LC172_WatogaEMS_Engineer_CB_LoreTerminalThis Handy unit is ancient. Probably a model or two after the original General Atomics prototypes. I can't even hook him into the rest of the Watoga systems. This is ridiculous. We're understaffed and underfunded. When can we expand the maintenance department to more than just me?
1267LC172_WatogaEMS_Engineer_CB_LoreTerminalEvery time I even go near the waiting room, the patients swarm me. I'm the only human being who works in this office, so they all just assume I'm in charge. I'm not a doctor. I'm a maintenance engineer. I can't fix broken bones or treat the flu. That's what the Handy's are for.
1268LC174_Announcement_CB_LoreTerminalIt's that time of year again - October, the witching season! Here at WHS, we strongly encourage students to express themselves. However, as things have gotten out of hand in the past, we're establishing some strict ground rules for Halloween this year: 1. Absolutely no tricks! The incident in the chemistry lab last year has made it clear that our "no boundaries" policy needs limitations. Students interested in contesting whether their actions qualify as a "trick" are encouraged to file a formal complaint at the front office. 2. Regarding treats, our official policy is that no candy is allowed on school grounds. However, we will have several formal gatherings this month (including Monster Mash Monday) where candy will be distributed on a limited basis through officially sanctioned S.M.A.R.T. machines. 3. The school will hold an official costume contest where school uniforms will not be mandatory attire. We remind students to review the Appropriate Costume Guide in their student handbooks before choosing an outfit for this event.
1269LC174_Announcement_CB_LoreTerminalWe kindly remind students that usage of Locker Caddie robots is restricted to students with an upgraded storage pass. Students can purchase an unlimited Locker Caddie subscription as well as a premium locker space at the front office. Students without a premium storage plan are required to utilize the lockers provided on the first floor. Failure to do so will result in a mandatory donation to the school expansion fund. We thank you for your understanding in this matter. Go Lions!
1270LC174_Announcement_CB_LoreTerminalWe are extremely pleased to announce that renovations to our 2-story art studio are now complete! A year in the making, this state-of-the-art facility will mold the next generation of talented students into the best artists in Appalachia. There has also been much speculation as to who will fill the role of Art Department Director. Just this week we have secured the contract of a very special robobrain - containing the brain of famous Watogan artist Vincent May-Lilly! Next term, WHS students will compete to fill 12 exclusive slots to be trained in the creation of fine art by one of the most legendary artists and sculptors of the 21st century. Start practicing now - competition will be steep! The studio is located in the main building across from the cafeteria. We encourage students to join us at the grand re-opening event and learn more about applying for one of the exclusive spots in Mr. May-Lilly's class.
1271LC174_Announcement_CB_LoreTerminalBelow is a list of new school-sponsored extracurricular activities for this term. Visit the front office to apply. Appalachian Outreach Arts Appreciation Association Etymology Futurists Society Live-Action Gamers Group Mathletes Monthly Book Club Prospective Leaders Guild Robotics Club (Sponsored by RobCo Industries) Society of Skeptics Watogan Wonders (Clog Dance) Young Thespians of Appalachia
1272LC174_Announcement_CB_LoreTerminalMake sure to visit the front office by the end of October to sign up for Student Jury, the student organization that deliberates on punishment for infractions committed by fellow students. We encourage all available students to apply to participate in this important process of the self-governing student body. This week's cases: Sara B. Betts: Freshman Two counts of minor tomfoolery Todd R. Nienkerk: Senior Mischievous vandalism of robobrain teacher Laura B. Massey: Sophomore Repeated violation of WHS nutrition code
1273LC174_HeadmasterSubTerminal01_CB_LoreTerminalOfficial WHS Faculty Memorandum Headmaster Reginald R Reinhold III Subject: New art teacher It has come to my attention that it was a faculty member that anonymously leaked to Watoga media that Vincent May-Lilly was under consideration for the Art Department Director role at WHS. Needless to say, I am EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED by this blatant display of impudence by one who is supposed to be an elite educator. Now our hand has been forced, and our donors have ensured that we'll be securing Mr. May-Lilly's services for the role. Wonderful. If that tone doesn't read over the terminal, let me clarify that it's 100% sarcasm. I would like to remind you all that a robobrain encasement doesn't magically embue talent in the subject. May-Lilly was a pretentious no-talent hack when he was alive, and he's twice a hack as a metal beast. I weep for the next generation.
1274LC174_HeadmasterSubTerminal01_CB_LoreTerminalOfficial WHS Faculty Memorandum Headmaster Reginald R Reinhold III Subject: Confiscated items I would like to address a disconcerting trend that I have observed with the student body. As you all know, the mission of WHS is to defy the confining structure that traditional educational institutions impose upon students. So we can expect a certain amount of turbulence as our students "get it wrong", so to speak. That being said, there are areas in which I feel we can do better with strongly suggesting that students conform to societal expectations. Earlier today, I confiscated what can only be described as "a significant cache of highly illegal paraphernalia" from a random student locker sweep. I'm all for self-expression, but this is ridiculous. On a related note, I have temporarily recalled all Locker Caddie robots in order to upgrade their detection protocols.
1275LC174_HeadmasterSubTerminal01_CB_LoreTerminalOfficial WHS Faculty Memorandum Headmaster Reginald R Reinhold III Subject: Chem lab incident As Halloween is once again in our sights, I should remind faculty why we are imposing so much structure this year onto what is typically a very free-form educational institution. As it turns out, encouraging highly educated teens with access to state-of-the-art equipment to be themselves during a traditionally mischievous holiday is a HUGE MISTAKE. I'll save new faculty from the long version of the story by simply stating that we had to replace both a chemistry lab and a chemistry teacher last November. Therefore, our official Halloween policy this year is - no tricks, no unsanctioned treats, no exceptions! If students have any problems they can file a formal complaint form at the front office. You all know what we do with those.
1276LC174_HeadmasterSubTerminal01_CB_LoreTerminalOfficial WHS Faculty Memorandum Headmaster Reginald R Reinhold III Subject: Monster Mash Monday I need to clarify a few things about "Monster Mash Monday", the yearly event hosted by the school every Monday before Halloween. For new faculty - the event involves teachers wearing large masks filled with toys and candy and getting bashed in the head by students wielding bats and sticks. The teacher who lasts the longest wins. The victors' students win prestige, a trophy for their classroom, and a frankly underwhelming assortment of prizes. I want to make it clear that we've never had any students injured during this event, and participation is strictly voluntary. As barbaric as it sounds, this tends to get their aggression towards authority figures out in a fairly healthy way. Regardless, I always get a handful of complaints every year from parents, teachers, and even some students. I want you all to know that I take this feedback very seriously and consider it fully. That being said, this event is as old as the school and it's not going anywhere.
1277LC174_WatogaHigh_History_CB_LoreTerminalI thought I was hired to teach history, but the only books I'm allowed to assign are about businesses. The history of RobCo. The history of Vault-Tec. These are recruiting brochures, not textbooks. Well I think it's time for a field trip to a local, historic site like Allegheny Asylum. So I submitted that to the headmaster. Now we wait!
1278LC174_WatogaHigh_History_CB_LoreTerminalI don't care how much it affects my budget allocation, I'm not working Halloween. Tell the assistant teacher to do it. He's a Handy. He won't care about getting whacked in the head.
1279LC174_WatogaHigh_History_CB_LoreTerminalWhile I applaud the foresight in teaching children to turn in their candy instead of eating them, awarding prizes has had unforeseen consequences. Kids are hoarding the candy or worse, STEALING the candy. I caught one group of kids whispering about who had the biggest stockpile, and I swear they were plotting to "raid his stash." This has to stop.
1280LC174_WatogaHigh_Science_CB_LoreTerminalThese students are fantastic. None of them want to learn anything, so none of them complain when I need to take a little nap. We even programmed the teaching assistant Handy to do all their tests for them. I mean, that counts as a group project in a way, right?
1281LC174_WatogaHigh_Science_CB_LoreTerminalScience department is going to be number one again this Halloween. My secret? A double-dose of Med-X before the festivities kick off. My favorite night of the year.
1282LC174_WatogaHigh_Science_CB_LoreTerminalI don't see how eating the candy from the SMART machines is "setting a bad example." It's candy. You're supposed to eat it. You ask me, it's using the candy like some kind of coinage that's weird.
1283LC177_AMS_CBLore_AnimalHoldingTerminalAMS IntraMail - 10-29-76 From: Loper, N To: Nakamura, K Subj: Specimens in my clean lab, again? What the heck! I just cleaned up in here after last time. Is this because you got stuck dealing with the organic samples again? I get it. But you're killing my productivity over here.
1284LC177_AMS_CBLore_AnimalHoldingTerminalAMS IntraMail - 10-25-76 From: Uttley, E To: _ALL Subj: New Deadlines Just a reminder that I'd like to catch up with all of you about the new deadlines. Stop by my office whenever the door is open. Thanks!
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1290LC177_AMS_CBLore_HydraulicPressTerminalTest Series Result Report - Last Session Sample Designation: UltraciteFulgurite.0E8K00A86 Hydraulic Fatigue Test Comments: This all seems pretty normal. Ugh, the system is stuck. Hitting the emergency disengage. Can we get this automated next? I'll be right back to edit this comment.... Geochemical Analysis Comments: The clean lab is currently undergoing a deep clean after one of the Animal Holding specimen was let loose to leave ... samples ... in our lab. Test Results are PENDING but this looks like a pretty standard Type V (exogenic) sample and we don't expect anything super crazy from it. Sample Collection Comments: Pretty normal coloration, vesicle size, and soil grading observed in the sample. It is shaped a bit like an appendage that is humorous. Gamma Spectroscopy Analysis Comments: Levels of radioactivity seem within normal variance for this kind of sample. No anomalous inclusions found during the above comments by my esteemed colleague so Cs-137 levels are as expected.
1291LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal01AMS IntraMail - 10-25-76 From: Uttley, E To: _ALL Subj: New Deadlines Just a reminder that I'd like to catch up with all of you about the new deadlines. Stop by my office whenever the door is open. Thanks!
1292LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal01AMS IntraMail - 10-25-76 From: Osman, T To: Mustafa, R Subj: Re: Re: Re: Hey Stranger! Oh, you know I can't talk about stuff like that! If we get discounted copies internally, I will be sure to let you know though. Also, it's a good thing the monorail's up so high. If you think the bog smells bad in town, well ... I had to take one of the commuter buses recently and the smell gave me a horrible headache all afternoon! We drove through that little old town nearby Watoga and I could not imagine how run down it was. There's no shops or restaurants ... I'm not even sure they have electricity! The amount of foreclosed and condemned signs on the buildings was nuts. I feel bad for anyone who has to live there. Could you imagine? Oh, speaking of other roboticists from our college in the area, Ala and Sinan are both also in the area on mining contracts. We should have a little get together on Veteran's Day or something. What do you think? - T
1293LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal01AMS IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Mustafa, R To: Osman, T Subj: Re: Re: Hey Stranger! For sure! I know that neither of us is really able to talk shop about anything specific, but I think it would be nice to be around someone else who's working for one of the big robotics corps. We're all basically living with the same pressures. Though I don't know how you tolerate the commuter life, that monorail is just a bit too tall for me! I guess all the free RobCo Fun games must help with that. Speaking of, is it too soon to press you for details on when the next one comes out?
1294LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal01AMS IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Osman, T To: Mustafa, R Subj: Re: Hey Stranger! Riley, I had no idea that you were still in the commonwealth, let alone in Watoga! I guess this city does have more of us techies than any other place in the area. Still, it's great to run into you and your family again. My wife would love to hang out with Jamie, I think they have a lot in common. She's had some difficulty getting used to working outside of her field in Watoga too. They just don't need human dentists here, y'know? It's been a bit of an adjustment, but the amenities are just too good to pass up. I'm sure that Jamie has some good tips on how to cope with that mode shift, after taking to the interior decorating thing like a fish to water. Who would've thought that it has so much in common with radiology? Also, Bobby loves Grognak and boardgames, so that should be no problem! -T
1295LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal01AMS IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Uttley, E To: Mustafa, R Subj: Missed Morning Meeting? Riley, you forgot to come to the morning status meeting again. Too busy reading all those Grognak comics, huh? We need to talk about moving the dates on some of your tasks a bit to meet with the new deadlines proposed in yesterday's meeting. Let's catch up in my office later!
1296LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal01AMS IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Mustafa, R To: Osman, T Subj: Hey Stranger! It was great to run into you at the music festival! How long has it been since college, nearly 10 years? I think Bobby was just born last time we had a chance to spend some time together. I know my family was looking forward to meeting up soon. I'm sure Bobby and Willie will grow as close as commies if we get them together over some boardgames. If we can get Willie to put the Grognak comics down for a whole game, anyway! She's obsessed lately. Anyway, let me know when your schedule's free and we can get something going!
1297LC177_AMS_CBLore_RobotSecurityTerminal02AMS IntraMail - 10-25-76 From: Uttley, E To: _ALL Subj: New Deadlines Just a reminder that I'd like to catch up with all of you about the new deadlines. Stop by my office whenever the door is open. Thanks!
1298LC178_WatogaShoppingPlaza_CBLore_SalesClerkTerminalGreater Watoga IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Osman, K To: Osman, T Subj: Re: Re: Re: Late Night Tonight No way! The Miss Nanny upgrades you worked on for General Atomics are so helpful. Do you remember when Bobby was a baby and we didn't even know how things were going until we'd get home? All those sulking fits and tears, all because Miss Nanny didn't know how to respond and we didn't know about it? I'm sure your new employers are getting stuff that's just as good out of you now. Just hang in there, and we can talk more when you're home next.
1299LC178_WatogaShoppingPlaza_CBLore_SalesClerkTerminalGreater Watoga IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Osman, T To: Osman, K Subj: Re: Re: Late Night Tonight Whoa! I didn't even make that model, you know that. Besides, who cares what some bored shopper thinks? You're great at what you do, and you bring value to Watoga. People who put other people down all the time are the ones who don't belong in this new society. I'm proud of you for not letting her bait you into a bad situation, I wish I'd had that charm school training for my morning meetings. I don't know how my schedule got so messed up. Maybe I'm just bad at this. -T
1300LC178_WatogaShoppingPlaza_CBLore_SalesClerkTerminalGreater Watoga IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Osman, K To: Osman, T Subj: Re: Late Night Tonight I understand completely. Just make sure that you message Bobby before bedtime so that Sparkle doesn't die in a jar under the bed or something. I've been dealing with an incredibly rude customer all morning, she asked me how "people like me" even manage to get homes here. Can you imagine? Ugh. Just because I am working in retail does not mean that this is all I can do. They just have robots here that do what I learned how to do in college. Thanks for that, by the way. I just kept smiling at her until I was worried my teeth might crack. People like me were raised too well to be so mean!
1301LC178_WatogaShoppingPlaza_CBLore_SalesClerkTerminalGreater Watoga IntraMail - 10-24-76 From: Osman, T To: Osman, K Subj: Late Night Tonight Hey honey, I wanted to let you know that I'll be home late tonight again. I need to get some more work done on this project ... sorry again that I can't be specific about what's going on. You know how RobCo is with details. I thought I would get a lot more done this morning, but there were nonstop meetings! I don't know how anyone else manages to get anything done, but nobody else ever seems to be behind or worrying like I am. Well, I better get back to it before I get too derailed. -T
1302LC179_FrontDeskTerminalThe number of monorail cars we have in operation is an accident waiting to happen. Fitting them all means we've had to cut stopping distances to the minimum. All it's gonna take is for one car's brakes to underperform - not even fail, just underperform - and we're looking at a major, multi-car collision.
1303LC179_FrontDeskTerminalAnother proposal to compliment the monorails with additional bus service got declined. They say that Watoga residents won't "degrade themselves" by taking a bus. And the lowered cost and improved capacity would bring "the wrong kinds of people" to the area.
1304LC179_MonorailTerminalMonorail Stop - Watoga Transit Hub ================================== You are here! Depart from this station and you're guaranteed to get to any stop on the transit network within 15 minutes - or your money back!* *Time-based refund requests related to the "15 minute guarantee" are evaluated on a per-case basis. Authorized refunds issued in the form of travel tokens for future monorail travel. Watoga Monorail travel tokens have no monetary value and are not intended for resale.
1305LC179_MonorailTerminalMonorail Stop: Spruce Knob ========================== Head down the west track to reach the highest elevation in Appalachia! See the view from the newly refurbished observation deck, or stay the night in the nearby campground. Reaching this elevation via monorail is only possible using the amazing technology of the massive Monorail Elevator, which swings monorail riders up hundreds of feet in the air in a matter of seconds!
1306LC179_MonorailTerminalMonorail Stop: Bramwell ======================= At the end of the west track is Bramwell, home of the luxury Mega Mansions where the ultra rich residents of the region live. While you probably won't be rubbing shoulders with the Garrahan or Hornwright families, you can exit here to take a tour of the impressive underground Garrahan Mining HQ.
1307LC179_MonorailTerminalMonorail Stop: RobCo Research Center ==================================== Take the north track for a short non-stop trip to RobCo Research Center, the number 1 employer of Watoga residents! Holders of the yearly monorail pass can also get a discount on a fascinating tour of their world-famous robotics factory using promo code GOWATOGA!
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1310LC183_AppalachianVaultRegistryVAULT 76: Commemorating our country's Tricentennial, this control Vault was built and designed to open at a future date. Its occupants will be instructed and tasked with the role of rebuilding our civilization, in case of total annihilation.
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1314LC183_BlakeNotesSubTerminalHad a chance to go study the Horse Creek Petroglyphs in person. I've been meaning to do so ever since moving to West Virginia. They have always fascinated me. The idea that Europeans landed in North America and travelled that far inland during the sixth or seventh century is fascinating. Now, whether it was written in Old Irish Ogham, Basque, or some other ancient language is up for debate. Personally, I prefer the Basque translation, as it paints a vivid picture of a great bison hunt. But regardless, it's exciting to study and theorize about any petroglyphs in our own back yard.
1315LC183_BlakeNotesSubTerminalJacquelyn brought more of her notes around the other day. Still not sure what to make of those runes. They don't match any of the native petroglyphs in the area, nor do they match any of the old European runes I would have expected. Still, I'm confident I will find a match somewhere, and if not there may be enough to go on to piece together a rough idea of what they say, if anything. I'm beginning to think it may be nonsense, but I am intrigued.
1316LC183_BlakeNotesSubTerminalEver since Vault Tec bought out the University, they've been shifting focus away from classic education and moving towards more specialized classes. I've seen several other professors get the boot, but thankfully, I seem to have been spared thus far. I should feel luck they believe language is a skill worth preserving in the event society collapses and we all need to move underground.
1317LC183_BlakeTerminalVAULT TEC UNIVERSITY Syllabus for: [Course Number] - [Course Name] Semester: [Semester] [Year] Professor: [Name] Contact Information Office: [Location] Office Hours: [Days] [Hours] Phone: [Phone Number] Course Description: [Short description of the course] Course Objectives: [Descrption of expected lesson goals] Materials and Texts: [Item] [Item] [Item] Assignments: [Assignment] [Assignment] [Assignment] Grading: [Description of Grading]
1318LC183_BlakeTerminalJacquelyn has instructed me that she would feel safer if I moved the translation key offline. The woman is paranoid, but I don't disagree that it's for good reason. It is because of this that she insists on keeping the original notes with her. She says it's for the best, just in case someone gets to one of us, so none of us have all the pieces. Even Agent Wilson's taking precautions. We could be onto something big here. Then again... I still maintain the runes are simply ancient petroglyphs left by the indigenous peoples of the region. Jacquelyn believes they may be extraterrestrial in nature, but I'll stick with Occam on this one. The hypothesis with the fewest assumptions is often the correct one.
1319LC184_AgGreenhouseTerminalTo: Greenhouse Staff From: West Tek Subject: Greenhouse Initiative [OFFICIAL] Congratulations. Your team has been selected for a new pilot program: the Greenhouse Initiative, an extension of the Pan-Immunity Virion Project. This Initiative dares to test the application of new mutations on edible plants and vegetation in a controlled environment. Your existing facilities will soon receive necessary upgrades for these brave new experiments. A classified memo containing full specifications and arrangements will be forthcoming. Forge ahead and light the way! Will you be the key to ending the plague of world hunger? Anything is possible at West Tek!
1320LC184_AgGreenhouseTerminalTo: Greenhouse Staff From: Dr. Wilfred Dumont, PhD Subject: RE: Greenhouse Initiative Hello staff, I'm sure you've seen the announcement, but it is true: we are moving on. The Greenhouse's original purpose was to facilitate and control the production of GM foods in a safe, practical manner. This new initiative will be radically shifting away from that. I don't know the full details yet, but I believe it will be a manufactured mutagen of some kind. Access and transport of the mutagen is slow with lots of red tape. It will be several months before we begin experiments in full swing. I'll be sending out tasks to clean out your greenhouses and prepare new control samples soon. If you have any questions, please come see me in my office or wait until the official memo hits your desk. A final note, this initiative does void most of your contracts ... please come see me to discuss your existing terms and any possible transfers. I am more than happy to address any concerns. Sincerely, Dr. Wilfred Dumont, PhD
1321LC184_ControlRoomTerminalNot much to report today. The FEV tanks are starting to spring some leaks where the feeder lines are connected, but it shouldn't take more than a day or two to swap out the O-rings. It's messy work, but luckily Spielman drew the short straw and he'll have to stand ankle-deep in the sludge until we can properly get it cleaned up. This FEV is volatile stuff, it degraded the vulcanized rubber on those seals like it was acid. Strangely, there's no acidic content to it at all, it must have affected the O-rings on a molecular level. Kind of makes me wonder if it's safe having it pooling up on the floor.
1322LC184_ControlRoomTerminalChadwell fell into one of the tanks today. Poor bastard. He was wearing full biohazard gear, but he was most certainly dead when they pulled him out. The suit must have gotten breached on the way in or something, because he never even came up for air or called for help. They didn't even know he had fallen in until they drained the tank. Man, that twisted look on Chadwell's face... ugh. It's giving me the creeps just thinking about it. Thank god West Tek's giving us that hazard pay bonus, otherwise I'd be out of here.
1323LC184_ControlRoomTerminalHoly shit, everything's gone to hell! I can't believe those idiots actually did it... they blew up the goddamn world... Luckily, we were inside the facility when the bombs hit. Supervisor Bardwell begged us to stay with the FEV tanks until he checked with the top brass, but all the communication lines are down. Spielman and I are thinking of bolting, but I guess we'll give Bardwell a day to figure out what to do. It's not like I have a home to go back to anyway.
1324LC184_ControlRoomTerminalBardwell decided to head out to make contact with the U.S. Army in Huntersville, but that was six days ago, and he hasn't come back. He told us if everything went south, to dump the neutralizing agent into the FEV tanks. Spielman and I followed orders and made sure that the job was done. Before we abandoned West Tek, we confirmed that the liquid in the tanks was neutralized... still highly toxic, but at least the FEV was gone. Well, that's it for us. I'm going to stick with Spielman for a while, and hopefully we can make it somewhere safe... wherever that might be.
1325LC184_DecontaminationResearchTerminalBardwell's all over my ass about getting the decontamination arches up and running. How the hell am I supposed come up with a decontamination method for something that's totally experimental? To make matters worse, West Tek HQ refuses to give me the FEV's chemical and organic breakdown, so I'm totally shooting in the dark. My degree in biochemistry never prepared me for this, but I should have known things would be... different around here when I had to get high-level clearance just to walk in the door.
1326LC184_DecontaminationResearchTerminalThree weeks and about sixty compounds later, I've still got nothing. This FEV is some tenacious stuff. I know that FEV is virus-based, so I've approached it from that angle. Unfortunately, every antibiotic compound known to man isn't designed to handle something this... well, virulent. What I need to come up with is some sort of a booster, a total neutralizing agent that will render the FEV inert. Back to the drawing board.
1327LC184_DecontaminationResearchTerminalPicture this. Bardwell's standing there in his biohazard suit yelling at me to get my ass moving on the decontamination arches. Wurth sneaks up right behind him and dumps a canister of FEV right over this head! You should have seen his face... he freaked the hell out! He was screaming, rolling around on the floor, hell, I think he was crying. I let it go on for almost a full minute before I activated the arches and let my neutralizing agent wash him off. Worked like a charm. I'm on crap detail for the next two weeks for doing that to him, but it was totally worth it.
1328LC184_DecontaminationResearchTerminalBardwell's still pissed about my "demonstration" but at least he's quit shouting at me. I've spent the last few days culturing thousands of gallons of my neutralizing agent not only for use in the decontamination arches, but into emergency dump tanks. Apparently, the folks back at West Tek HQ want a ripcord just in case this place is in danger of being captured or something. If you ask me, they're paranoid but I just do as I'm told like a nice little robot.
1329LC184_FrontDeskTerminalAnother reminder, please be more vigilant of uninvited guests entering the lobby. We had an incident this morning where a random stranger entered the complex, and approached the front desk. They looked and appeared like they were ready for an interview - suit and tie, briefcase. They said they were here for a company tour. This person was not on the list of names for the day and the Security office was notified immediately. REMEMBER: This building is a secure facility. We are prime targets for corporate espionage, sabotage, or investigative reporting. If you see something, say something!
1330LC184_FrontDeskTerminalOperation Log. Dreyfus reporting. Facility appears to have been abandoned not long after the bombs dropped. Seems they neutralized the FEV vats, so we're SOL there. Going to take getting a science team in here to figure out what might be able to be salvaged. But the creatures being created here were exactly what was described by command - tough, violent, dangerous. If you're reading this because you're all about to turn things back on, make sure you've got your exit plan laid out before you get started. Because these things will kill you.
1331LC184_HoldingCellTerminalSubject: Sick, Minor Our subjects have been exposed to FEV, so they will exhibit symptoms of a flu-like virus. If they are at this stage, there's no cause for alarm. Continue monitoring their condition as normal.
1332LC184_HoldingCellTerminalSubject: Sick, Major If a subject is having a violent seizure or attack, issue a Code Blue alert and contact the duty supervisor immediately. DO NOT attempt any type of resuscitation without direct authorization.
1333LC184_HoldingCellTerminalSubject: Death If a subject dies, do not issue an alarm. Contact the duty supervisor and they will instruct you on what to do with the body. Remember, when handling organic matter, bio-containment procedures are in full effect.
1334LC184_HoldingCellTerminalSubject: Violent If a subject becomes violent enough that you fear for their own safety, or the safety of one of our personnel, issue a Code Red alert and await security. DO NOT attempt to restrain, sedate or assist any subject in this state!
1335LC184_ResearchWingAccessTerminalCorruptedW"""ING Acc''' "o "he '''''rch Wi'g is res"ric"ed to AUTH'''ZE" PERS'NNEL. Pl''se en"er or l'ad an AC''SS CODE "o en"er.
1336LC184_SecurityOfficeTerminalTo: Security Office From: WEST TEK MESSAGE DELIVERY SYSTEM Subject: Requests Approved Hello, This is an automated message from WEST TEK. Your recent request has been approved. Have a nice day. -=========== ORIGINAL MESSAGE===========- "To: West Tek Ticket System From: Security Office Subject: [REQUEST] Security Protectron upgrades New request for at least 3 security Protectrons for added safety and secure coverage of facility. Our staff currently does not have enough time to man the decontamination arches and patrol the facility and exterior grounds. Pods can be placed in the security office. Existing maintenance crews will be sufficient for this request."
1337LC184_SecurityTerminalHoldingCellControlsNativeSubterminalAccessing cell door interlink... done. Opening all cell doors... done. - WARNING - Multiple faults detected. Please contact a technician for immediate diagnostics and repair.
1338LC184_SecurityTerminalHoldingCellControlsNativeSubterminalAccessing cell door interlink... done. Closing all cell doors... done. Locking cell doors ... failed. - WARNING - Unable to engage door locks. - WARNING - Multiple faults detected. Please contact a technician for immediate diagnostics and repair.
1339LC184_SecurityTerminalHoldingCellControlsNativeSubterminalInitiating Emergency Lockdown Protocol...done. Accessing cell door interlink... done. Locking down all cell doors... done. - WARNING - Multiple faults detected. Please contact a technician for immediate diagnostics and repair.
1340LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations::::SPECIAL REPORT GENERATED 01/03/78 10:42 AM:::: ::::HOLOTAPE RECORD GENERATED:::: TEST SUBJECT AM52 HAS BREACHED CONTAINMENT. TRACKING PROGRAM INITIATED TRACKING UNIT SIGNAL: WEAK CURRENT WHEREABOUTS: 38°13'22.4"N 80°02'03.4"W SUBJECT EXTREMELY DANGEROUS KILL OR RECAPTURE ON SIGHT
1341LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations01-13-77 Subject AM48 is the closest we've come so far to a sustainable form. Despite this substantial breakthrough, AM48 was declared deceased a mere 12 minutes, and 43 seconds after being released from the incubation chamber. It seems the current combination strain, FEVS-005938 rendered the subject's lungs useless without artificial respiration. Suitable subjects have been difficult to come by, so control experiments will be extremely limited going forward. Several scientists have voiced their displeasure, but this is what we've been handed.
1342LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations04-30-77 One of the genomes in FEVS-006186 produced undesireable and fatal results in Subject AM49. All of the subject's organic tissues were eventually replaced with various retinal tissues, rendering it terminal as the majority of its organs ceased to function. Upon further study, it was determined that FEVS-006186 was contaminated.
1343LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations7-12-77 AM50 was treated with FEVS-006309. Subject self-terminated 12 days into the program when its own upper cuspids pierced its medulla oblongata, leading to rapid loss of organ function. This is disappointing. AM50 seemed to be developing quite well. We shall have to modify the strain and remove the mutation's proclivity towards rapid new development in succedaneous teeth.
1344LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations09-05-77 We have a near success with Test Subject AM51. While FEVS-006378 has produced what multiple scientist have proclaimed "nightmare-inducing" results, the subject seems more or less biologically stable. AM51 seemed capable of surviving on its own, but there were indications that it was constantly in traumatic pain, indeed to the point of self-induced terminal harm shortly after being left in isolated containment after its incubation period. An autopsy revelaed a hyper-active nervous system that may have been in a constant developmental stage since FEVS-006378 was administered.
1345LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations10-14-77 Phase 2 combination strain FEVS-006443 has finally taken to Test Subject AM52, and not resulted in a pile of quivering genetic biowaste. AM52 combines traits that resemble a number of different species. The results are disturbing to say the least, but we have learned valuable insights into what these new strains are capable of. Most notable about this subject are the number of ocular organs along the enlarged upper torso, a second set of arms ending in clawed digits, and a large sickle-shaped claw on each inner toe. That a living, stable, functioning subject seems to be sustaining itself normally is a major accomplishment for the program. We will keep subject AM52 in isolated containment for observation until AM53 has finished incubating. If the two are able to cohabitate along with a standard mutated human test subject, we may try reintroducing them to the Huntersville site for further study.
1346LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_AdvancedMutations10-23-77 Based on the success with AM52, we were confident in tweaking a few genomes for FEVS-006458. Unfortunately, the subject grew too large to contain; the containment unit broke, but AM53 was unharmed. Indeed, despite this and its apparent lack of a discernable head, subject AM53 was surviving its metamorphosis, far exceeding our expectations. Since our containment units were insufficient to hold the subject, we have arranged for immediate transport off-site under sedation. Follow-up visits to AM53 will be scheduled for observation and recording.
1347LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoomSubject Details: Name: Felicia Gordy Age: 48 Initial Weight: 162.2 lbs Initial Height: 5'6" Occupation: Store Clerk Residence: Huntersville
1348LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoom>>>>>WARNING: CONTAINMENT BREACHED >>>>>SUBJECT UNACCOUNTED FOR
1349LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoom-=EMPTY=-
1350LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoomSubject Details: Name: Thomas McDevitt Age: 31 Initial Weight: 172.6 lbs Initial Height: 5'11" Occupation: Farmer Residence: Huntersville
1351LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoomSubject Details: Name: Sheila Dauber Age: 21 Initial Weight: 124.3 lbs Initial Height: 5'4" Occupation: Waitress Residence: Huntersville
1352LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoomSubject Details: Name: Enrique Salvator Age: 43 Initial Weight: 234.8 lbs Initial Height: 5'10" Occupation: Accountant Residence: Huntersville
1353LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoomSubject Details: Name: Charles Finley Age: 51 Initial Weight: 198.9 lbs Initial Height: 6'1" Occupation: N/A Residence: Huntersville
1354LC184_WestTekSubTerminal_ResearchTankRoom-=EMPTY=-
1355LC184_WestTekTerminal_AdvancedMutationsGOAL: Push FEV to its practical limits. The Super Mutant program has shown great promise. By tweaking the genomes, we are able to cultivate different strains of the virus, which produce varying results. Note: Most strains produce highly unstable results. Few are viable. Only genetic technicians above clearance level 5 are allowed access to the FEV recombinator, given prior approval by Dr. Elias Khan.
1356LC184_WestTekTerminal_AgAnalysis/////////////// DATA READ ERROR ///////////////
1357LC184_WestTekTerminal_AgAnalysisWater Analysis report for Field Test Site 3A: Huntersville The approved FEV strain has been introduced to the Huntersville water supply, while chlorine dioxide content has been reduced slightly to decrease its effectiveness at disinfecting the virus. No noticible differences in water quality should be discernible by the population. We predict infection to be widespread among the test subjects, but due to the nature of this strain, the results may appear slower than the concentrated lab strain. Long term, physical attributes of the test subjects should greatly exceed average human levels with none of the side effects of previous lab trials. -Dr. Elias Khan
1358LC184_WestTekTerminal_AgAnalysisAfter the incident involving an unauthorized desertion from FTS-3A, there is a desire coming from way up that we come up with a solution that obviates the need to terminate valuable test subjects. The proposed solution is to introduce a phermonic component to mark gestating hosts. This way, if one gets loose again, we can use the hounds to track them down instead of the alternative.
1359LC184_WestTekTerminal_AgAnalysisThe powers that be have decided that termination is the only viable solution to unauthorized desertation of test subjects. It has been determined that adding the phermonic component to the formula has the unfortunate side effect of producing a powerful and rather distinct scent that may draw curiosity to the site, which is in direct contradiction to the intended effect of the quarantine. The task has been placed on hold, but will likely be assigned to another department for further experimentation.
1360LC184_WestTekTerminal_ResearchTankRoomSYSTEM OFFLINE. AUTOMATIC CONTAINMENT RELEASE DISABLED FOR ALL CONNECTED CONTAINMENT UNITS.
1361LC190_EmmettMountainDisposalSite_InspectorTerminalTwo months. I've been stuck at this post for two lousy months. I bet Wiskowski thought it was hilarious when I drew the short straw. Now I'm down here inspecting several metric tons of nuclear waste, while the rest of the team are up top in the fresh air. Luckily, my hazmat suit is only good for four hours before it needs to be decontaminated. Otherwise, I'd go crazy if I had to spend all day down here.
1362LC190_EmmettMountainDisposalSite_InspectorTerminalI was catching some breakfast at a diner this morning, when some john just sat right down at my table without asking. I was going to sock him, but he slid an envelope across to me and then just walked out without a single word. First, I thought it was my ex-wife suing me again, but when I saw West Tek's logo at the top, I got excited. A new job offer maybe? Nope. Turns out they want to do a little dumping at the site and have someone like me "accidentally" overlook their barrels. There was also a bunch of hundreds in cash. Heck, if this is what they're paying, I'm in.
1363LC190_EmmettMountainDisposalSite_InspectorTerminalThis little West-Tek deal is turning out to be quite profitable. They stop by with a bunch of barrels, I "forget to inspect" the ones with the little green tags and then it all goes into deep storage. As long as I keep it up, when I unfold my Sunday newspaper at home, a nice fat envelope falls into my lap. Couldn't be easier. Of course, what I'm doing isn't exactly legal, so I'm going to keep logging my story on this terminal - just in case it gets to court and West-Tek decides to throw me under the bus.
1364LC190_EmmettMountainDisposalSite_InspectorTerminalI've started wondering what the heck West Tek could be dumping that they don't want me to see. After all, how could it be much worse than a bunch of radioactive waste? I could swing by West Tek's new facility near Huntersville and try to find someone to ask, but something tells me I won't get a lot of answers. No, I think I'm going to have to do this the hard way and inspect one of the barrels after all. I'll just make sure no one else is around when I do it.
1365LC190_EmmettMountainDisposalSite_InspectorTerminalWest Tek are some sick bastards. I don't know what the hell they were experimenting on, but the contents of the barrel I opened was disgusting. It's some sort of bio-contaminated waste, like body parts or something. I'm glad the parts aren't human - well, they can't be human unless humans suddenly grew thick greenish skin. Must be some kind of animal or something, I don't know and I don't care. As long as they keep paying, I'll let them keep dumping.
1366LC190_Emmett_Mountain_Disposal_Terminal=Site Supervisor: Wesley Wiskowski= These logs are intended to track the progress of nuclear waste storage at this new facility. Disposal Cells 1-8 have been fully excavated and structural supports are in place. Each cell is rated to hold 128 55-gallon drums of nuclear waste, which puts our capacity at 1024 drums. We already have a batch that was delivered this week waiting for storage, so it looks like we're open for business.
1367LC190_Emmett_Mountain_Disposal_Terminal=Site Supervisor: Wesley Wiskowski= Seismos went nuts this morning and all the cameras in Disposal Cell 2 are dead. Looks like the supports snapped and we've had a cave collapse. Two of my guys were in that Cell doing inspections, but there's been no sign of them since the accident. When we started excavating the cell, the Geiger counters spiked which meant we were looking at a containment breach. At this point, I'm declaring the trapped workers as deceased and we'll have to seal the area. I've contacted the foreman at the Federal Disposal Field HZ-21 for assistance.
1368LC190_Emmett_Mountain_Disposal_Terminal=Site Supervisor: Wesley Wiskowski= Even after sealing Disposal Cell 2, we're been reading high levels of radiation. Worse still, most of my staff are starting to show signs of radiation poisoning. I sent requests up the ladder to the Energy Department, but all they came back with were 2 medical doctors who had more questions than answers. They keep poking and prodding at my men, asking them how they feel but not really treating them. I'm starting to think we're being used as lab rats to test the long-term effects of radiation sickness on humans. It's ridiculous. I'm driving up to Washington tomorrow to give them a piece of my mind.
1369LC190_Emmett_Mountain_Disposal_Terminal=Site Supervisor: Donald Clark= I've been assigned to Emmett Mountain to replace outgoing Site Manager Wesley Wiskowski. I'm not sure why he left his assignment so abruptly, and frankly, I don't care. This is a big promotion for me, and I couldn't be happier. My first order of business will be to go over every square inch of this facility and look for any deficient construction or equipment failures that could be contributing to the accidents they've been suffering. I'm also looking forward to working with the doctors we have on site that are helping monitor the employee's health. Nice to have them watching our backs.
1370LC190_Emmett_Mountain_Disposal_Terminal=Site Supervisor: Donald Clark= After an extensive survey of the site, I can confirm that the accident in Disposal Cell 2 was caused by deficient construction materials. They used WOODEN supports for goodness sake! How anyone would expect these not to dry-rot under these conditions is absolutely beyond me. I've recommended that all seven remaining Disposal Cells receive metal reinforcements immediately. Beyond that, we've lost 30 of the 55-gallon drums of waste in the collapse, and they're likely seeping into the ground water. It's absolutely infuriating that this facility was constructed so poorly. I think I'll have a nice, long chat with my supervisor back in D.C.
1371LC190_Emmett_Mountain_Disposal_Terminal=Site Supervisor: Amelia Reynolds= I've been assigned to Emmett Mountain to replace outgoing Site Manager Donald Clark. Everything at Emmett Mountain is running smoothly and within acceptable parameters. I've cancelled all the ridiculous work orders created by Donald Clark and I will carefully search for other ways to cut unnecessary costs.
1372LC191_SiteDirector10kYearsSubTerminalFederal Disposal Field HZ-21 is among the first such facilities in the Appalachia region to undergo the 10,000 Years Initiative. At this site, we provide a secure location to dispose of leftover nuclear waste from weapons production and research. Because this waste can take many thousands of years to break down and become safe, we must warn potential future inhabitants that this location is inhospitible to life. The 10,000 Years Initiative aims to solve this problem.
1373LC191_SiteDirector10kYearsSubTerminalEven if catastrophic civilization collapse does not occur, standard communications can break down for many reasons over long time periods. Languages are lost to time, or evolve. We do not speak the same English spoken one thousand years ago, let alone the same language spoken by our ancestors 10,000 years ago. We do not know who, or what will inhabit these lands 10,000 years from now. Additionally, the media for storing such messages can become obsolete due to new technologies. Others, such as paper, or paint do not stand the test of time.
1374LC191_SiteDirector10kYearsSubTerminalOur goal is to create lasting monuments that convey a sense of danger and harm to those who would come across them. Phase One involves the construction of gigantic concrete spikes, which can withstand weather, erosion, and shifting topography. They are designed to evoke a sense of dread, and to discourage building on top of them. During Phase Two, we will post sturdy metal engravings around the perimeter. These engravings will be sealed and treated to withstand harsh conditions. They will include pictograms instead of modern language, in order to clearly convey a sense of danger to life, transcending any potential language barriers millennia from now.
1375LC191_SiteDirector10kYearsSubTerminalOnce the site is filled to capacity, it will be sealed and left alone for as long as it presents a danger to life. While we cannot guarantee safety forever, or that future generations will heed our warnings, we can guarantee that we have done all that is humanly possible to provide the warnings in the first place.
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1378LC193_ConvertedMunitionsFactory_SupervisorTerminalI'm pleased to report that we've reached a 98 percent peak efficiency rating this month, with almost 150 televisions built, packed and shipped. I think this is the first time in almost two years we haven't had any machines offline, employee shop accidents or the typical radiation burn treatments. Well, we had a single chemical spill, but that was in the break room, so I wouldn't classify it as a "shop accident."
1379LC193_ConvertedMunitionsFactory_SupervisorTerminalThe home office said that some military folks were coming in today to inspect the facility, so we had all the employees split-clean the shop. The officers showed up exactly at the time they said they would (literally to the minute) and walked around taking measurements. One fella kept jotting notes on a clipboard and the other asked about a million questions about our operation. After they were done, they left without saying a word. I'm not sure what that was about, but I'm guessing we're about to enter the war effort.
1380LC193_ConvertedMunitionsFactory_SupervisorTerminalThe Army Corps of Engineers is coming in this month to convert our factory to a munitions plant. Apparently, we have the correct machinery and infrastructure to make a "rapid transition." I was introduced to Colonel Myron Pollard, the man in charge of the operation. He wasted no time at all getting started - he conscripted the staff, made me employee liaison and started demolition on some parts of the factory. I have a feeling we won't be making televisions for a long time.
1381LC193_ConvertedMunitionsFactory_SupervisorTerminalIt's been several months now, and the factory has been churning out ammunition as ordered. At first, I was skeptical that my staff would be able to handle the work, but I was pleasantly surprised when Col. Pollard congratulated us on our "contribution" to the war effort. Ever since Pollard took over my office, I've been placed on the line with the rest of the employees. It's actually not so bad getting my hands dirty again, I only wish I was building television sets and not bullets.
1382LC193_ConvertedMunitionsFactory_SupervisorTerminalAfter spending a few months on the line, I've noticed that most of the ammunition crates we're filling are just sitting in the storage area. When I asked Col. Pollard about it, he simply brushed it off and said we were "stockpiling." This is beginning to feel like a pointless exercise. If this ammunition is so important, why isn't it on its way to Alaska? Then it hit me. This "war effort" wasn't simply for the soldiers, it's for all of us, for our morale and to keep the economy strong. After all, what good are bunch of bullets going to do when everyone launches their nukes?
1383LC196_SonsOfDaneCompound_PaulieTerminalThis homestead sure is one hell of a find. Isolated, defensible and abandoned. All we had to do was march in and grab the place. It's as if someone left us a gift. Dane said we should move in right away. By the time the authorities figure out what we've done, we'll be dug in and ready for action. We took a vote and we all agreed. This is where the Sons of Dane are planting their flag.
1384LC196_SonsOfDaneCompound_PaulieTerminalWe've set up hunting parties to bring food into the compound. The Sons of Dane do not shop at the grocery store. Our goal is establishing a one-hundred percent self-sufficient community. There's fresh water nearby and the woods are fully stocked with game. When the storm comes, and society collapses, we will be ready.
1385LC196_SonsOfDaneCompound_PaulieTerminalDane said that we turn the old barn into a beer hall. We usually like to get rowdy outside by a bonfire, but we decided to keep things low key. Bringing the party indoors will make drinking safer, plus give us a place to store the beer we've been hauling. This place is getting better by the day!
1386LC196_SonsOfDaneCompound_PaulieTerminalThem bombs fell today. Society as we know it is done. Even after all the explosions and the shaking ground, our compound is safe. Dane, after all his prophesizing and his speeches, kept his word. He's delivered us from destruction. We've decided to lay low a few days and let the chaos die down before we explore our new world. Glad we stockpiled those hazmat suits.
1387LC196_SonsOfDaneCompound_PaulieTerminalIt hasn't taken us long to discover that living in this new world isn't gonna be simple. The game we were depending on for food is gone, the fresh water tainted with radioactive poison. If we want to survive, our kind needs to adapt. Dane's ordered us to pair up and find supplies, taking them using any means necessary to get what's ours. Now the fighting really begins.
1388LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal01From: Dane To: _SOD_ALL Subject: The Beginning BROTHERS! I want to welcome you all to the beginning of our very important movement. A movement that will lead to us being truly free from the oppressive grip of a government that is no longer on the side OF THE PEOPLE. Clarksburg taught us a valuable lesson. No longer can we sit complacent and wait for armed men to break us apart, seize our land, or murder our ranks in cold blood. The Sons of Dane recognize no government that continues to drive our great nation into the abyss, and will fight TO THE DEATH for what is rightfully ours! This compound represents more than the land it sits upon. It represents freedom, it represents opportunity - and after the inevitable collapse of organized society as we know it, it will represent THE FUTURE. Join me tonight at the Buck's Den, brothers. Join me for an evening of food, entertainment, debauchery, and drunken revelry. Join me to celebrate a day of glorious rebirth as the sovereign citizens of the Sons of Dane!
1389LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal01From: Paulie To: Dane Subject: Supplies Dane, we just took inventory of the supplies we got from the gentleman who generously donated his land to the cause. We got plenty of water but we're gonna need a lot more food if we're gonna survive in the bunkers for any meaningful amount of time. And a shitload more booze if we're gonna do it without killing each other. Our journey to self-sufficiency starts today. Weaker men would stock up at the Red Rocket Mega Stop down the road, but we are not weak men. I'll see you in the hunting grounds, brother.
1390LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal01From: Dane To: Clem Subject: RE: how long?? Brother, you're a free man like the rest of us so you can do what you'd like. But if you fuck with the compound while we're gone, I'll kill you myself. _________________________________________________ From: Clem To: Dane Subject: how long?? boss! jackson said we was gonna be crammed together in the same bunker when the bombs hit until its safe to go outside. what?? cant i just stay out here? i won't mess with nothing while you guys are gone.
1391LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal01From: Dane To: _SOD_ALL Subject: A New Start Brothers - I welcome you to the new world. A world free of a government that works against the people. We went underground as slaves, and have now emerged as free men! We have much to do. We have food, water, and now even power. But we must focus on more than survival. We must thrive in this new world. We have been given an opportunity to be the men we were truly meant to be. This will mean hard work for everybody, but nothing great in life ever comes without true dedication. Tonight, we celebrate in the Buck's Den. To the future!
1392LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal01From: Clem To: Dane Subject: guard duty boss, listen - you know im a loyal soldier. ive been with the sons since the beginning and ive done everything you said with no complaining. and im real grateful that you saved all our lives and all that by getting us underground when the bombs hit. i know i done brought this up 3 times now but can i PLEASE switch away from the night shift guard post at the west gate? ill do whatever it takes. its just that.. i swear theres something out here at night. something out to get me. its real fast and it makes these crazy noises. every morning i see these animal corpses, completely gutted. like somethings eating them raw. aint no hunter or bear gonna jack them up that bad. i told verne and he said i was just making this up so i can party at the bucks den with everybody else at night. that's bullshit. there's something out there and nobody believes me! surviving for so long underground wont mean shit if we all get eaten by some crazy night demon.
1393LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal02We were partying in Buck's Den Beer Hall when the thing busted its way inside. It was late, real late. The lights were low and most of us had passed out. It grabbed Jackson by the leg and swung him against the wall, smashing his brains out before he even had a chance to shout. I swear, I put six bullets in the thing, but it didn't drop. By the time we got the lights back, Jackson's body and the creature were gone. All that was left was a pool of blood.
1394LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal02It's been a while since what happened to Jackson. A week, maybe ten days? We heard scraping on the barn wall and we knew the thing was out there, hungry. Paulie yelled at Verne to cut off the damn music, but Verne wasn't there no more. The creature pulled his dumb ass right through a window. We readied our guns, but Verne must have been enough. It's picking us off one by one.
1395LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal02I decided enough is enough. We need to track that son-of-a-bitch down and end it before we all ended up like Jackson and Verne. Angie is the best damn tracker in Appalachia, and it didn't take long to spot the creature's path. We followed the tracks for a while, then it just ended, like the thing vanished. Now I'm starting to think this thing ain't dumb. Maybe it wanted us to follow to see how many of us there were. We decided to get back to the compound before dark.
1396LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal02So, Angie is jamming on her guitar around midnight when our hunter busted in. She cracked it over the head with her six-string, but it just got pissed. It tore her chest open in one clean swipe, like gutting a deer. We opened fire, but just like before, it was gone and so was poor Angie. The thing keeps hitting us after dark, and the Sons are now calling it the "Nightstalker." Whatever it is, we need to kill it before we all end up as its food.
1397LC196_SonsOfDaneLeaderSubTerminal02Jackson, Verne, Angie and now Clem and Beeks. The Nightstalker decided to take two more Sons from the beer hall tonight. There's only a handful of us left, and I don't know how to stop it. If we don't do something fast, the Sons of Dane are gonna be worm food. I'm gonna set up a message and broadcast it for help. We need a serious hunter to take down the Nightstalker, and we need one fast.
1398LC199_SupervisorReportSubTerminalQuarter 1: Jan - Mar Logging Supervisor: H. Nowak ============================ Integrity Rating: 10/10 Safety Rating: 5/10 - Exposed wiring needs to be sealed off. - Grating screws need to be replaced. - Equipment storage needs to be secured. Notes: - Reservoir levels are up 5% from 2076 Q4.
1399LC199_SupervisorReportSubTerminalQuarter 2: Apr - Jun Logging Supervisor: H. Nowak ============================ Integrity Rating: 10/10 Safety Rating: 3/10 - Procedures need reposting for turbine repairs. - Safety regulations reviews are needed. Notes: - Reservoir levels are maintaining. - Launched investigation into who removed signage. - Scheduled company meeting to review regulations.
1400LC199_SupervisorReportSubTerminalQuarter 3: Jul - Sept Logging Supervisor: H. Nowak ============================ Integrity Rating: 10/10 Safety Rating: 10/10 Notes: - Firing C. Hill indeed raised our safety rating. - Reservoir levels are down 54% due to drought. - Contacted waste disposal unit to manage dead fish.
1401LC199_SupervisorReportSubTerminalQuarter 4: Oct - Dec Logging Supervisor: [N/A] ============================ [Report Pending]
1402LC199_SupervisorTerminalForwarding Supervisor: H. Nowak =============================== To All Employees: Thank you for attending the company meeting to review the safety rules and regulations. To reiterate the major points: - Safety postings should never be removed. - "Experimental" adjustments need authorization. - Alcohol consumption while on the job is forbidden. - First aid kits are insufficient for dismemberment. Please refer to your employee handbook if you have questions.
1403MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageRoomListSubterminal- THE STATE DINING ROOM - The State Dining Room at The Whitespring Presidential Cottage has hosted more than a dozen formal banquets with heads of state. All of the furniture in this room is American-made, most dating to the eighteenth century. The most notable piece is the mahogany Grand Cabinet, which displays The Whitespring's Presidential Platinum China. The display case in this room contains a saber carried by President Grant during the Vicksburg Campaign, when his primary sword was lost at the battle of Champion Hill and not recovered until the following day.
1404MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageRoomListSubterminal- THE HALL OF HEROES - The Hall of Heroes displays a fine collection of high-quality reproduction oil paintings commemorating America's Revolutionary War heroes. Take in the breathtaking view of The Whitespring's legendary golf course from the President's Portico on the rear of the house. The deck chairs on the portico were purchased from the White House in 2042 following renovations to the White House pool.
1405MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageRoomListSubterminal- THE SOCIAL PARLOR - When not enjoying activities elsewhere on the property, the first family often retires to the Social Parlor on the first floor. The parlor features a comfortable space for casual discussions and evening entertainment, especially after a formal dinner. The grand piano in this room has been played by several notable pianists (and innumerable presidential children). The cello, though once believed to be an original Stradivarius, was later determined to be a forgery, but remains with the house as an item of particular interest.
1406MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageRoomListSubterminal- THE PRESIDENTIAL SUITE - Upstairs, the Presidential Suite provides an elegant respite for our distinguished guests. Notable pieces in this room include an antique television and phone from the Roosevelt White House, and a bureau that once belonged to President Millard Fillmore. Although originally a traditional four-poster, the 1887 mahogany bed was refashioned into a more modern design following damage during remodeling in 2054. Please do not sit, stand, sleep, or jump on the Presidential Bed.
1407MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageRoomListSubterminal- THE CHILDREN'S SUITE - For decades, the Children's Suite has hosted the children and grandchildren of our Presidents. Of particular note are toys donated by each of the children who have stayed in the cottage. Together, they represent different eras in American history, from an original 1903 Teddy Bear, through icons of the midcentury space race, to the modern Giddyup Buttercup. The rather considerable wear on the antique furniture in this room is a testament to the many hours our young guests have enjoyed here.
1408MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageStaffAccessSubterminal***ERROR*** Multiple faults detected. Please check your door for any visible signs of damage. Contact Maintainence at Ext. 91 for any necessary repairs.
1409MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageStaffAccessSubterminalAccessing MaxLock Security Services... ...done. Exporting Security Recording... ...done. WARNING: Your security tape drive is full. Please replace the security tape in order to resume normal monitoring.
1410MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageTerminal- ABOUT THE COTTAGE - With its commanding view of the North Lawn and Springhouse, the Presidential Cottage is The Whitespring's finest accommodation. The current cottage has hosted 12 of the 31 sitting or former Presidents who have been guests of the resort, and is available exclusively for their reservation. When not occupied, the Cottage is open to the public seasonally (April-November) as a museum and historic site.
1411MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageTerminal- OUR PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY - For generations, The Whitespring Resort has been host to America's most prestigious and discerning guests. Preeminent among them have been 31 sitting or former Presidents of the United States, including Presidents Lincoln, Grant, and Roosevelt. With its idyllic mountain climate, restorative spring waters, fine sporting facilities, and cultured atmosphere, The Whitespring has long been a favored vacation destination for Washington's elite. The resort's extensive conference facilities have also hosted innumerable political meetings and international summits.
1412MoM02BWhitespringPresidentialCottageTerminal|=The Whitespring Presidential Cottage & Museum=| | - The Appalachian White House - | | - STAFF ACCESS ONLY - | | No Unauthorized Use Permitted | Verifying credentials... failed. A valid employee password is required for access. If you require assistance, please contact resort security personnel.
1413MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalEMPResearchData------------------------------------ RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Data Access ------------------------------------ FILE SIZE: 46751 Blocks HOLOTAPE CAPACITY: 256 Blocks HOLOTAPES REQUIRED: 183 Please return to the main menu and insert a blank, formatted holotape to begin the download.
1414MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalEMPResearchLogs------------------------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log ------------------------------------- DATE: 10/4/77 Four freaking tests. That's all we've accomplished today. Four tests. Having the robot fabricator in the lab helps, but our test cycles still take far too long. After every test fire, we have to break down the robot, analyze the damage, reset and recalibrate the weapon, and wait for the fabricator to assemble a new robot. At the rate we're going, we might have some results in the next century or two.
1415MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalEMPResearchLogs------------------------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log ------------------------------------- DATE: 10/7/77 Got it! I've found a way to automate the testing process. I can set up the fabrication pod to assemble a robot, pipe the fabricator's steam release into a hydraulic actuator to trigger the weapon, and then have the fabricator disassemble the robot and save off the results. Rinse, repeat. The whole cycle takes about eight minutes. I can set this baby up to run while I'm on vacation next week and come back to a fresh set of data to analyze.
1416MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalEMPResearchLogs------------------------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log ------------------------------------- DATE: 10/18/77 I wanted data? Well, I've got data. Somewhere in there, I'm sure there's a usable result. But it's buried in 58 tape drives of steaming hot crap. 58 drives! That cute little automated test routine has eaten all the data storage on the base, enough power to run Watoga for a year, and more raw materials than the 81st Armored. And I have to dig a golden needle out of this shit in less than a week. I'm so screwed.
1417MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalEMPResearchLogs------------------------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log ------------------------------------- DATE: 10/21/77 Nothing. I've got nothing. The test data is fragmented across the mainframe, and the system can't handle the volume. I can't even access it all, much less analyze it. I keep hoping I can convince Pat in Analysis to give me one of the SIPHON tapes. If I could just get all of the data in one place, maybe I could come up with something, anything. General McAllen is expecting a report on Monday. God, what am I going to do?
1418MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-9-77 From: Greaves, N. To: Lockhart, K. Subj: Power Use Hey Kyle - I'm seeing a big spike in the power draw from your lab. You running some kind of test over the weekend? I'd appreciate a heads-up on this kind of thing. I've had to switch on a couple of aux generators to keep up with demand.
1419MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-11-77 From: Sickle, M. To: Lockhart, K. Subj: Mainframe Storage It looks like you have a runaway terminal process. Something's bloating one of your data files; it's chewing through storage fast. I don't want to interrupt your work, but if this keeps up, it's going to start interfering with operations. Do you want me to flip the breakers on your network circuits until you get this under control?
1420MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-11-77 From: Greaves, N. To: Lockhart, K. Subj: RE: Power Use - URGENT Kyle, these numbers are insane. I don't know what you're doing in there, but you've burned out eight generators in two days. I've had to tap the civilian grid, and the transmission lines are close to maxing out. You know those reports of brownouts in Monongah? That's you. Your lab has a hardline into the base's power, so I can't just cut you off. If this keeps up, I'm going to have to advise the general. The bill for this is going to be astronomical.
1421MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77 From: Sickle, M. To: _ALL Subj: Disk Write Errors We've had several reports of disk write errors this morning. It looks like we abruptly ran out of storage on our primary mainframe overnight. Until we can get this sorted out, I've brought a secondary tape drive online. Please reboot your terminals, and everything should be working again.
1422MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77 From: Sickle, M. To: Lockhart, K. Subj: FW: Disk Write Errors Let me know when you get back from vacation. We really need to discuss your data storage needs.
1423MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-18-77 From: McAllen, Gen. T. To: Lockhart, K. Subj: Project PULSAR Director Lockhart: I've had several reports that Project PULSAR is consuming an excessive amount of Sugar Grove's resources. This facility is crucial to the ongoing war effort, and any interference in base operations is absolutely unacceptable. If you are unable to exercise proper discretion and judgment in your work, you will be replaced by someone who can. I will be conducting an onsite inspection on Monday, 10/25. At that time, I expect a full report on your research projects and an explanation of the recent incident. Gen. Thomas McAllen
1424MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-21-77 From: Nunes, P. To: Lockhart, K. Subj: RE: SIPHON Holotape Look, Kyle, I'm sorry, but you dug your own grave on this one. Yes, we still have two SIPHON tapes left, but I can't just loan them out for personal use. That was why they took the project from you in the first place, remember? And Cathy is so uptight about cost control that the system logs every interaction with them. If I were to try to sneak one out of the lab, she'd have my head. I'm sure you can find some other way to copy your data. At least blank holotapes are cheap, right?
1425MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalProjectsSubterminal---------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT BR-04 ---------------------- CODENAME: "LOCUST" PROJECT GOAL: Vertibot Bugging Network STATUS: ***CANCELED*** OBJECTIVE Project LOCUST is to develop a self-directed Vertibot swarm capable of covertly accessing enemy installations, hacking into mainframe systems, and extracting data of interest. RESULTS Engineering estimates indicate that Vertibots equipped with Project LOCUST technology would be approximately the size of a consumer sedan, making covert actions by a swarm of such robots infeasible.
1426MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalProjectsSubterminal---------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT CX-15 ---------------------- CODENAME: "SIPHON" PROJECT GOAL: Data Exfiltration Program STATUS: TRANSFERRED OBJECTIVE Project SIPHON is to develop an automated data exfiltration holotape, capable of scanning hostile networks, detecting data sources of interest, compressing the data, and extracting it for later analysis. RESULTS Project SIPHON achieved a successful data compression ratio of 200:1. Due to cost concerns with SIPHON's iridium-infused magnetic tape ($15 million/holotape), and multiple personal-use issues resulting in two lost tapes, project oversight has been transferred to the Sugar Grove SigInt Analysis division.
1427MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalProjectsSubterminal---------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT RD-68 ---------------------- CODENAME: "BARRIER" PROJECT GOAL: Radiation Suppression Field STATUS: ***CANCELED*** OBJECTIVE Project BARRIER is to develop an electromagnetic suppression field capable of dampening gamma radiation, providing a counter to radiation weapons and enabling agents to operate in the aftermath of a tactical nuclear strike. RESULTS Although initial bench tests were promising, the Project BARRIER field emitter requires exponentially more power to operate at scale. At current specifications, shielding a 20ft area requires a power supply equal to three industrial nuclear reactors, making field deployment of the technology challenging.
1428MoM02C_AdvancedResearchTerminalProjectsSubterminal---------------------- RESEARCH PROJECT KM-41 ---------------------- CODENAME: "SPOTLIGHT" PROJECT GOAL: Neutrino Pulse Emitter STATUS: ***CANCELED*** OBJECTIVE Project SPOTLIGHT is to develop a neutrino pulse emitter capable of remotely scanning enemy installations and reconstructing an internal map of the facility. RESULTS A field test of the SPOTLIGHT emitter was conducted on a civilian office building on 6/22. Subsequent news reports suggest that most of the resulting casualties were caused by a 'sudden mass psychotic episode' resulting from the scan, instead of the scan itself. Although SPOTLIGHT technology has potential military applications, its usefulness as a covert operations tool appears to be limited.
1429MoM02C_ProjectSiphonHolotapeTerminalAnalyzing network... done. Identifying target data... Found: PROJECT PULSAR Research (46751 Blocks) ...done. Performing compression analysis... Expected compressed file size: 233.76 Blocks ...done. Compressing data... done. Copying compressed data... done. Exfiltration complete.
1430MoM02C_ProjectSiphonHolotapeTerminalAnalyzing network... done. Uploading compressed data... ...done. Unpacking data... ...done. Running automated analysis... ...done. System Message: Fabrication Service [Voice of Set] is now available.
1431MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminal***ERROR*** Your security credentials have expired. Please contact your supervisor for authorization.
1432MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 9-22-77 From: Westcheck, C. To: _SIGINT_DIVISION Subj: SIPHON Holotapes Project SIPHON Holotapes are a STRICTLY CONTROLLED RESOURCE. Under no circumstances are they to be issued to anyone, ever, without my direct approval. In addition to being highly classified, just one of these tapes is twice the annual budget of our entire division. If you check one of them out, the system will log it, and you'll be answering to me.
1433MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77 From: Sickle, M. To: _ALL Subj: Disk Write Errors We've had several reports of disk write errors this morning. It looks like we abruptly ran out of storage on our primary mainframe overnight. Until we can get this sorted out, I've brought a secondary tape drive online. Please reboot your terminals, and everything should be working again.
1434MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-21-77 From: Lockhart, K. To: Nunes, P. Subj: Project SIPHON Hey Pat - I need a favor. I'm sure you've heard the story by now, but I had a little mishap in my lab last week, and I've wound up with too much data for the mainframe to process. I was wondering if I could borrow one of my old SIPHON tapes, just for the weekend? The general is expecting a report on Monday, and unless I can pull my data together, I'll never be able to analyze it in time. It'd really mean a lot to me.
1435MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalIntramailSubterminalSugar Grove IntraMail - 10-21-77 From: Lockhart, K. To: Nunes, P. Subj: RE: Project SIPHON Please, Pat, I'm begging you. My job's on the line here! McAllen isn't going to take any more excuses, not once he sees the bills I've run up. I have to have something to show him. Isn't there anything you can do? It's just for the weekend. I'll have it back to you by Monday, I promise. Tuesday at latest.
1436MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalProjectSiphonSubterminal----------------------------------------- Project SIPHON Holotape System - Overview ----------------------------------------- Developed by the Sugar Grove Advanced Research Projects Division, the Project SIPHON Data Exfiltration Holotape can scan a target network for data sources of interest, copy and compress that data (with an average compression ratio of 200:1), and extract it for later analysis. Due to cost, a very limited number of Project SIPHON Holotapes have been produced. Access is strictly limited to covert operations specialists of Grade-V or above with prior authorization. All access to the system must be logged.
1437MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalProjectSiphonSubterminal-------------------------------------------- Project SIPHON Holotape System - Access Logs -------------------------------------------- 6/14/77: SIPHON transferred to SigInt (6/6) 6/14/77: Checkout to Mithcell, I. (5/6) 6/14/77: Checkout to Smith, L. (4/6) 6/21/77: Checkout to Yu, K. (3/6) 7/30/77: Mitchell MIA; SIPHON #1 presumed lost. 8/4/77: Return from Smith, L. (4/6) 8/16/77: Checkout to Smith, L. (3/6) 10/20/77: Checkout to Weims, M. (2/6) 9/10/86: Checkout to $UNKNOWN (1/6)
1438MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalProjectSiphonSubterminalDispensing Project SIPHON Holotape... ...done. Logging Checkout... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to write to the log file. A Disk Write Error occurred.
1439MoM02C_SigIntAnalysisTerminalProjectSiphonSubterminalDispensing Project SIPHON Holotape... ...failed. ***ERROR*** No Holotapes are available.
1440MoM03_BrodysTerminal======================================= |=====================================| |Welcome to Pleasant Valley Ski Resort| | Black Diamond Lodge - Room 201 | |=====================================| |GUEST: Brody Torrance | |=====================================| ***ERROR*** Unable to access the IntraMail system. Please check your network connection and try again.
1441MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 6-9-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: RE: Checkpoint Massacre Let me see if I have this straight: Mack Frazier and his entire crew were wiped out by a girl dressed as a comic book character? And you, a young man I've never even heard of, managed to survive? And befriend her? And convince her to let you go? That is perhaps the most audacious lie I've ever heard. But very well, I'll play along. We don't have any better leads. Meet with your girl. See what she wants. But I still expect you to make your quotas.
1442MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 7-1-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: Quotas You're almost 200 caps behind this month, Mr. Torrance. Spending too much time with your new girlfriend? I must say, for all your stories, you certainly don't have much to show for it. We've lost eight more men to 'mysterious ambushes' this week alone. Either she needs to put up, or you do.
1443MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 7-19-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: RE: Deal You can't possibly be serious. I tire of this charade. Rose will dispatch five men to Summersville to set up this ambush of yours. You will join them. If your stories are true, if you do manage to kill the girl, return with her head. If not, my men will be returning with yours. One or the other.
1444MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 7-25-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: RE: Success Very well, you have my attention. From this point forward, your sole mission will be the elimination of this 'Order of Mysteries' and their assassins. I am promoting you to lieutenant, with a team of seven men of your choosing, and a private suite in the Black Diamond lodge. Continue to surprise me, and you will be handsomely rewarded. Fail, and your star will fall as quickly as it rose.
1445MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 9-13-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: RE: Spruce Knob Ambush That makes three successful hits. Judging by the reports, they put up quite the fight. It seems these are our mystery assassins. Tell your girl that I accept her offer. If she can deliver her tape, assist us in rooting out this 'Order of Mysteries', I'm willing to offer her, and you, anything that lies within my power to grant. Once the job is finished.
1446MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 9-20-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: RE: Motherload Excellent. I'm sending Tony over to help you analyze the database. Work with him and Rose to map out your ambush plans. We'll pick them off one at a time, and stay the final raid against the manor until we've thinned their numbers. Have Tony begin trawling the data for other leads, too. If their records are as extensive as you say, this could be a tremendous asset.
1447MoM03_BrodysTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 11-16-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Torrance, B. Subj: RE: Finale A bit anticlimactic, but it does save us the trouble. Very well, go meet your girl. Make sure there aren't any loose ends. When you get back, report to my office in the Top, and we can discuss your future with the Cutthroats.
1448MoM03_CryptosSiphonHolotapeBrody, Here's the tape. I've loaded it with my login credentials and a full copy of our database. The Mission Board lists all of our operations for the next two months. That should give you plenty of targets to hit. I need to lay low for a while. Stick to the plan. If anything changes, I'll get a message to one of your men. Otherwise, I'll see you when it's time for the final operation. Tell Thorpe I expect him to keep his end of the deal. Or I'll be coming for his head next. Olivia Rivers
1449MoM03_CryptosSiphonHolotapeInBrodysTerminalHere's the tape. I've loaded it with my login credentials and a full copy of our database. The Mission Board lists all of our operations for the next two months. That should give you plenty of targets to hit. I need to lay low for a while. Stick to the plan. If anything changes, I'll get a message to one of your men. Otherwise, I'll see you when it's time for the final operation. Tell Thorpe I expect him to keep his end of the deal. Or I'll be coming for his head next. Olivia Rivers
1450MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 11-16-86 From: Laramie, T. To: Lagren, T. Subj: RE: Community Message Board I know you don't want to keep scrubbing the message board, but dammit, these rumors are getting out of hand. I am NOT seeing Davey. I wouldn't be caught dead with that half-wit. Look, Tony, I can make it worth your while. Just lock Mark out of the system for a couple of days. Hell, with all the problems we've been having lately, you can just say it's more network trouble.
1451MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 11-18-86 From: Earley, J. To: Lagren, T. Subj: Intranet Hey Tony - I'm having trouble accessing my IntraMail. Could you swing by and check my terminal?
1452MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 11-18-86 From: Harrison, A. To: Lagren, T. Subj: Intranet's Down Hey, dipshit, Intranet's broke. Fourth time this month. Think you can get it back for an entire week this time?
1453MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 11-18-86 From: Tallon, R. To: Lagren, T.; Harrison, A. Subj: Alyx' Post I'm with Alyx. You need to get your shit together, man, or someone's gonna beat it out of you.
1454MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalIntramailSubterminalPleasant Valley IntraMail - 11-19-86 From: Thorpe, D. To: Lagren, T. Subj: Memo Mr. Lagren, This morning, I received a memo addressed to 'All You Fuckers.' While I recognize that the current network situation may a source of considerable frustration, I do not appreciate being addressed in this manner by my subordinates. Meet me in my office in the Top at 2:30. There are some things we need to discuss.
1455MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1456MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1457MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1458MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1459MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1460MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1461MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1462MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1463MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1464MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** For security reasons, access to this account has been disabled.
1465MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** For security reasons, access to this account has been disabled.
1466MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1467MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1468MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** For security reasons, access to this account has been disabled.
1469MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** For security reasons, access to this account has been disabled.
1470MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1471MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1472MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1473MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1474MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1475MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** For security reasons, access to this account has been disabled.
1476MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... Initiating password reset... ...done. Issuing new password... ...done.
1477MoM03_PleasantValleyNetadminTerminalResetPasswordsSubterminalAccessing user account... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to access the selected account. Please ensure that the user has an active, valid account and try again.
1478MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalYo - We got Monday night poker down in the Motel. Starts at sundown, ends when the suckers run outta caps. 25-50 cap blinds. Don't be late.
1479MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalHey, Intranet down for anyone else? I haven't been able to log in since Sunday. This is, what, four times this month? This happens again, I'd like to get some friends together and pay a visit to Tony over in the main lodge. Let me know if you're in, and what weapon you wanna bring. - Alyx I can read these posts, dumbass. - Tony
1480MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalBoss Thorpe is looking for a crew to take over the South Checkpoint next spring. You want in, lemme know. - Rose
1481MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalAnyone seen my Missile Launcher? Red paint job, black skulls, got my name scratched onto the grip. I set it down in the stands while I was having it out with Nails after the arena match last weekend. Some bastard must've swiped it. Get it back to me by Monday, and we're good, no questions asked. After that, I ever find out who took it, you're getting an express trip down the ski lift. - Harvey
1482MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalKerry kicked it during the raid in Lewisburg last week, so I need a new roommate. Got a nice place up in Snowdrift Lodge. Second floor, balcony overlooking the Arena, pool table in the common area. You'd be splitting the rent with me, Derrik, and Brick, 55/mo. Drop me a line if you're interested. - Mark
1483MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalYo Brody - You missing something? I think you left your bag in the Motel after last night's poker game. Got your keys in it and everything. Come snag it before someone else does.
1484MoM03_RaiderCommonRoomTerminalBooks are open for this Saturday's Arena. Place your bets with Nails, Tara, or Rocky. Betting closes at 11 sharp before the fight. This week's matchups are: One-Eye Pete vs. Rabid Ralph (3:2) - Two old toughs duke it out in this no-holds-barred grudge match. Davey vs. Chitters (18:1) - Can our boy Davey stomp his fiercest foe yet? Watch him square off with Chitters, the terrifying Radroach. Steel Sisters vs. Ironclad (2:5) - The Arena's Assaultron ladies are up against their stiffest challenge yet: Hawke's refurbished Sentry Bot. Who's got the metal mettle to take home the medal? Irena vs. Cinder (1:1) - In our title bout, Irena, our very own Mad Mistress of the Machete, takes on Cinder, ghoulish brute of the Blackwater Bandits, in a brawl that's certain to have you on the edge of your seat. You don't wanna miss this one!
1485MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 9/30/77 We're actually going to miss the camping trip this year. I figured Mom was planning some kind of 'surprise', even if it was just for a weekend. We've been going to the same spot every year for as long as I can remember. It's always been our special place. Those trips were the one chance we had to just be together. Where I didn't have to play the perfect daughter, the flawless student. Where I could just be myself. I'm looking forward to college. I'm ready to get out of here.
1486MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 11/11/78 The whole 'hero' thing was cute for a while. Mother really is good at it. But it's gone to her head. Now she wants to adopt those rats she found rooting through our garbage? And train them? I tried to argue with her. There are whole caravans of refugees on the road. We can't save everyone. Who do you help, and who do you pass over? Why take in three strangers, and send the Torrance boy away? We barely made it through last winter as it was. We have to think of ourselves, too.
1487MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 9/8/84 This is insane. Every month, mother slips further and further into this ridiculous delusion. We're an Order now. A 'sisterhood'. With ranks, titles, missions, a whole chain of command. God, we even have a mission statement. It was all right at first. Supply run? Fine. Data collection? Sure, I suppose. At least I got a chance to get out of the house. But that's not good enough. Not for her. Now I have to be her perfect, obedient little soldier, a role model for the rest of this brood. Take one step out of line, try to do something useful, and she chews me out. I'm sick of this.
1488MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 2/10/86 Clarissa is dead. Did she give her life for some grand, heroic cause? No. Just another pointless surveillance mission. This is all a farce. Mother made a grand speech about keeping the raiders in check. But it doesn't matter how many we kill. There will always be more. This is a world of raiders now. People take what they need to survive. What good is heroism on an empty stomach?
1489MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 5/22/86 In the past three years, I've killed over a hundred men. I've hit dozens of sites for supplies, intel, any scrap of useful material. And for what? What good are all of these shadow games? What people need is order. They need leadership. The Responders are weak. The Brotherhood doesn't care about anyone but themselves. And the Order? We could do anything. We could rule Appalachia. Instead, we hide. We cower. No more. The raiders may be hard, but they live in the real world, not this fantasy. What they do is real. It matters. It's time I came out of the shadows. And damn anyone who gets in my way.
1490MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 6/8/86 I found my opening. I've been taking checkpoint missions, trying to scope out the raiders. And I recognized one. Brody. Kid who used to live next door. I put on a show. Took out his crew. Nicked his leg. And then offered to talk. I tell him about the Order, he tells me about the raiders. They're a mess, but that should make it easy to get in. We're going to meet again next week, in the old cottage at Whitespring. Maybe we can come to an arrangement.
1491MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 7/12/86 I've been meeting with Brody every couple of weeks. We've struck up a little relationship, for as long as it's useful. If we play this right, we both get what we want. His boss is dithering. I'm not some petty thug, here to work your checkpoints. I have plans. So I've made him a offer: I sell out the Order, and he gives me a blank check. Anything I want. No questions asked. I've given Brody the details for one of the missions on the board, a little supply run on Summersville. He and his men can set up an ambush. That ought to be enough proof for them.
1492MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 7/24/86 Allison. God, why'd it have to be Allie? When I heard she'd drawn the Summersville mission, I knew I had to tail her. If she broke the ambush, Brody would be left empty-handed, or worse. One of the raiders jumped too early. She took two of them out, then turned on Brody. His gun jammed. I had to kill her myself.
1493MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 9/21/86 Three years ago, I was so excited by my first solo mission. It was a stupid little intel raid, but I took notes on everything I saw in Sugar Grove. That's how I found Project Siphon. It was a risk. There was every chance someone would see me, or the program would crash, or trip some security failsafe. But it worked. A full copy of Cryptos on one holotape. The raiders know every mission we're running for the next two months. They can pick and choose the targets they want. Even they can't fuck that up.
1494MoM04_OliviasTerminalJournalSubterminalOlivia Rivers, Personal Journal - 11/13/86 One more week. One more week until this is over. It's been hard watching the other girls leave on their missions, knowing most of them won't come back. Catherine. Janet. Sara. I don't hate them. But I need them out of my way. The raiders have set up a staging area in Summersville. When it's time, I'll slip away, signal Brody, and he can move in. They're calling in every man they've got. No one gets out alive. And then, once we're done here, I'll head up to Pleasant Valley and settle in. Give me a month, and I'll be running that shitshow.
1495MoM_CouncilChamberTerminalArchiveSubterminalExporting audio recording for 10/5/86, 10:01... ...done.
1496MoM_CouncilChamberTerminalRecordingSubterminalAccessing Council Chamber Mic... ...failed. ***ERROR*** Unable to connect to the recording system. Please contact Production for assistance.
1497MoM_CryptosTerminalNEW INITIATE REGISTRATION Beginning registration. Welcome, $UNKNOWN_USER. Creating new user account... done. Dispensing login credentials... done. Dispensing Initiate Welcome Holotape... done. Registration complete. Welcome to the Order of Mysteries. INITIATE INSTRUCTIONS 1. Listen to the Headmistress' welcome. 2. When finished, log in to your new account. 3. If you do not have a mentor, one will be assigned to you. Use the Database Queries option to search for an available mentor. 4. If you do not have a Veil of Secrets, report to the Production Facility.
1498MoM_CryptosTerminal=--------------------------------= | CRYPTOS Mainframe System | =--------------------------------= ***ERROR*** User $UNKNOWN_USER not found. Please check your login credentials and try again.
1499MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1500MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1501MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1502MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1503MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1504MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1505MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1506MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1507MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1508MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1509MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1510MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1511MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1512MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1513MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1514MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1515MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal01Validating authorization... failed. ***ERROR*** Access to the Headmistress' Office may only be granted by the following users: - HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers - TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers - MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir - MISTRESS Olivia Rivers
1516MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1517MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1518MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1519MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1520MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1521MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1522MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1523MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1524MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1525MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1526MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1527MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1528MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1529MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1530MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1531MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1532MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizeAccessUsersSubterminal02Validating authorization... done. Authorizing access... done. The selected user now may now access the Headmistress' Office.
1533MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1534MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1535MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1536MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1537MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1538MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1539MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionMistressUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1540MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionNoviceUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1541MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionNoviceUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1542MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionNoviceUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1543MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsAuthorizePromotionNoviceUsersSubterminalAccessing user database... done. Granting promotion... done. Please ask the selected user to log in and claim their promotion.
1544MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsSubterminal***ERROR*** Unable to access the mission board for user $. Please contact Production for assistance.
1545MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsSubterminal***ERROR*** Unable to access the mission board for user $. Please contact Production for assistance.
1546MoM_Cryptos_AdministrativeActionsSubterminal***ERROR*** Unable to access the mission board for user $. Please contact Production for assistance.
1547MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: INITIATE | MENTOR ASSIGNMENT Accessing database... done. Running preset query 'Mentor Assignment'... done. Accessing user $UNKNOWN_USER's personality profile... failed. Attempting automated personality match... failed. Failsafe: Attempting random match... done. Query complete. Mentor: Mistress Natasha Hunt Status: ON MISSION Location: Lewisburg Notes: Your mentor is currently on a mission. You may wait for her return, or meet her in the field and assist her in the completion of her mission.
1548MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: INITIATE | MENTOR ASSIGNMENT Accessing database... done. User $UNKNOWN_USER already has a mentor. Mentor: Mistress Natasha Hunt Status: ON MISSION Location: Lewisburg Notes: Your mentor is currently on a mission. You may wait for her return, or meet her in the field and assist her in the completion of her mission.
1549MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: NOVICE | PHANTOM DEVICE COMPONENTS Accessing database... done. Running preset query 'Phantom Device Components'... Searching database for [Stealth Boy]... done. Mission log #822 indicates that a [Stealth Boy] may be in the posession of the raiders at [North Cutthroat Camp]. Searching database for [HalluciGen Gas]... done. Pre-war sales records indicate that [HalluciGen Gas] may be found in [Garrahan Mining HQ]. Please acquire the components and return them to the production facility for processing.
1550MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: NOVICE | PHANTOM DEVICE COMPONENTS Accessing database... done. Repeating query results. Mission log #822 indicates that a [Stealth Boy] may be in the posession of the raiders at [North Cutthroat Camp]. Pre-war sales records indicate that [HalluciGen Gas] may be found in [Garrahan Mining HQ]. Please acquire the components and return them to the production facility for processing.
1551MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: NOVICE | HISTORIC SWORDS Accessing database... done. Running preset query 'Historic Sword'... Searching database for [Historic Sword]... done. Pre-war archives indicate that a [Historic Sword] may be found in [Whitespring Presidential Cottage]. Please acquire the sword, complete the swing analyzer process, and return it to the production facility for processing.
1552MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: NOVICE | HISTORIC SWORDS Accessing database... done. Repeating query results. Pre-war archives indicate that a [Historic Sword] may be found in [Whitespring Presidential Cottage]. Please acquire the sword, complete the swing analyzer process, and return it to the production facility for processing.
1553MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: NOVICE | WEAPONS RESEARCH Accessing database... done. Running preset query 'Weapons Research'... Searching database for [Weapons Research]... done. Pre-war military records indicate that an [EMP Weapons Research Program] was being conducted at [Sugar Grove]. Please acquire the research data and return it to the production facility for processing.
1554MoM_Cryptos_DatabaseQuerySubterminalDATABASE QUERY: NOVICE | WEAPONS RESEARCH Accessing database... done. Repeating query results. Pre-war military records indicate that an [EMP Weapons Research Program] was being conducted at [Sugar Grove]. Please acquire the research data and return it to the production facility for processing.
1555MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES FROM HEADMISTRESS RIVERS I never thought I would be a part of something like this. All my life, I was just an actress, playing the part of a hero on the radio. But everything changed after the war. There were so many people in need, you girls most of all. Frederick and I were glad to adopt you, to share what we could. Food, shelter, and training - my old acting turned survival skills. But this world needs more than survival. It needs heroes. It needs you. And these past few years, you have shown me that, together, as sisters, you can accomplish things that even the Mistress of Mystery could never have imagined.
1556MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES MISSION STATEMENT The Order of Mysteries is a sisterhood dedicated to upholding the virtues exemplified by the Mistress of Mystery: courage, cunning, and compassion. We fight in the shadows to protect ourselves, one another, and the people of Appalachia from any threat to their lives or liberty.
1557MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES THE MISTRESS OF MYSTERY The Mistress of Mystery is one of the longest-running and most popular superheroes in the Hubris Comics canon. First appearing in Hubris Heroes! #8 (2039), the Mistress of Mystery has been featured in hundreds of comic books, radio broadcasts, and other properties and licenses, including a weekly newspaper strip (2052-57), five novels, and several lines of action figures. In August 2077, it was announced that the Mistress would also have a major role in the upcoming live-action Silver Shroud television show, her first appearance on screen. Born Claudia Martin, the daughter of American archaeologists, her young life was torn apart when her parents mysteriously vanished while investigating the Lost Pryamid of Amun-Re. Orphaned and alone, she was forced to survive by her wits on the streets of Cairo until she was adopted by a wealthy heiress. On her eighteenth birthday, she came into possession of her parents' effects and set out to learn the truth behind their disappearance, delving into a web of ancient legends, occult societies, and dark intrigue. The Mistress of Mystery is a confident, quick-thinking, and capable hero. Instead of superhuman or mystical powers, she relies on her skill, training, cunning, stealth, and subterfuge to overcome her foes. Although she often operates alone, she has appeared alongside many of Hubris Comics' other heroes over the course of her career, most notably the Silver Shroud (her longtime friend and former love interest), the Inspector (her partner in the Mysterium! mystery serials), and, most recently, the rest of Hubris' greatest heroes on the team of The Unstoppables! The Mistress of Mystery has been drawn by over thirty artists, notably Tara Winters, Kelly Donnovan, and Lucille Perkins. The iconic radio voice of the Mistress of Mystery is Shannon Rivers.
1558MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES THE REGALIA OF MYSTERY In addition to her skills and training, the Mistress of Mystery drew upon an arsenal of powerful tools to aid her in her work. - The VEIL OF SECRETS shields the Mistress' face, cloaks her identity, and hones her senses. It also protects her from a range of threats, including poison gas, smoke, and fumes. - The GARB OF MYSTERIES is the Mistress' formal gown. Though it took a variety of styles over the years, the Garb was carefully crafted to provide her with unhindered movement, enhancing her stealth and speed. - The PHANTOM DEVICE is a tool for infiltration, creating a cloud of disorienting smoke to conceal the Mistress while she makes a daring escape. - The BLADE OF BASTET is the Mistress' legendary sword, a weapon of heroes handed down through the ages. Capable of piercing any armor or barrier, the Blade is lighter, faster, and stronger than any lesser weapon. - The VOICE OF SET is the iconic .44 Revolver wielded by the Mistress. Its array of powers included the ability to fire bullets that exploded into noxious smoke, disable electronics, or disrupt magical fields. - The EYE OF RA was the Mistress' greatest relic, a jeweled brooch that allowed her to draw upon the full extent of her abilities in the most dire of trials.
1559MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES RANKS and PROMOTIONS The Order of Mysteries has the following ranks: - INITIATES are the newest members of the Order. Initiates work full-time with their mentor to learn basic skills and mission tactics. When they have proven that they are capable of handling missions independently, their mentor will approve their promotion to Novice. - NOVICES continue to train under their mentor and the Mistress of Novices, working to master the tools and techniques of the Mistress of Mystery. In order to advance to the rank of Seeker, they must complete a series of capstone missions to earn the elements of the Mistress' regalia. - SEEKERS study advanced combat tactics as they prepare for their final test: a mission worthy of the true Mistress of Mystery. After completing their mission, they may apply to the Headmistress for promotion. - A MISTRESS OF MYSTERY is a full member of the Order, a master of stealth, infiltration, combat, and tactics, capable of handling herself in any situation. - The MISTRESS OF NOVICES is the second in command of the Order, responsible for organizing and assigning missions and coordinating training programs. - The HEADMISTRESS is the leader of the Order of Mystery. The first among equals, she inspires and guides the Order in achieving its goals.
1560MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES MISSIONS and MISSION REPORTS Members of the Order of Mysteries undertake missions commensurate with their skills and experience. Missions may be assigned by a more senior member of the order, or accepted from the Cryptos Mission Board. INITIATES report to their mentor, who will review and assess their progress, and approve their promotion to the rank of Novice. NOVICES may accept missions from the Mission Board. Except for the automated missions associated with their regalia, they report to their mentor and the Mistress of Novices. SEEKERS and MISTRESSES report directly to the Headmistress, or to the Mistress of Novices if the Headmistress is unavailable.
1561MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES MISSIONS and MISSION REPORTS Members of the Order of Mysteries undertake missions commensurate with their skills and experience. Missions may be assigned by a more senior member of the order, or accepted from the Cryptos Mission Board. INITIATES report to their mentor, who will review and assess their progress, and approve their promotion to the rank of Novice. NOVICES may accept missions from the Mission Board. Except for the automated missions associated with their regalia, they report to their mentor and the Mistress of Novices. SEEKERS and MISTRESSES report directly to the Headmistress, or to the Mistress of Novices if the Headmistress is unavailable.
1562MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES MEMBERSHIP ROSTER Last Updated 6/1/86 HEADMISTRESS Shannon Rivers MISTRESS OF NOVICES Eve Devoir MISTRESSES OF MYSTERY Catherine Adams Sara Burnett Tiana Chevrel Kaylee Evans Lucia Haynes Natasha Hunt Evelyn Jackson Allison Long Vanessa Richards Olivia Rivers Alana Roderick Amy Thomas Janet Tyler Irena Zacar SEEKERS Isabella Cole Madeleine Girard Laura Harding Kiana Howell Briana Lyon Rachel West NOVICES Cora Belmont Sydney Ellis Johana Johnson Anna Perez Brigette Reeves Sonia Ryland Violet Thomas INITIATES Alexis Belmont Zoe Evans Justine Silva TECHNICAL SPECIALIST Frederick Rivers
1563MoM_Cryptos_HandbookSubterminalTHE ORDER OF MYSTERIES ABOUT HEADMISTRESS RIVERS (Shaw & Associates Bio, 2075) Shannon Rivers (2024-) was born in Beckley, West Virginia. After an early career in regional and touring theater, Ms. Rivers made her radio debut in 2047's "Invaders from Planet Zed!". She quickly earned a reputation as gifted and versatile actress, starring in numerous radio dramas and serials. In 2051, she began her long-running role as the radio voice of the Mistress of Mystery. Ms. Rivers is well known for her advocacy of charitable causes, especially issues affecting the economically depressed residents of Appalachia. In 2053, she married Frederick Rivers, noted inventor and architect. They have a daughter, Olivia.
1564MoM_Cryptos_MainMenuSubterminal=--------------------------------= | CRYPTOS Mainframe System | =--------------------------------= ABOUT CRYPTOS Curious about our little system here? CRYPTOS is a genuine RobCo mainframe, custom-built for some top-secret DIA project before the war. The government pulled the contract, and one of my buddies asked if I wanted to take it off their hands. I needed something to run Shannon's new training room (your Hall of Trials), and it was a steal, so I took him up on it. If you have any questions, don't be shy. I'm always happy to talk tech. -Frederick
1565MoM_Cryptos_MainMenuSubterminal=--------------------------------= | CRYPTOS Mainframe System | =--------------------------------= ABOUT CRYPTOS Curious about our little system here? CRYPTOS is a genuine RobCo mainframe, custom-built for some top-secret DIA project before the war. The government pulled the contract, and one of my buddies asked if I wanted to take it off their hands. I needed something to run Shannon's new training room (your Hall of Trials), and it was a steal, so I took him up on it. If you have any questions, don't be shy. I'm always happy to talk tech. -Frederick
1566MoM_Cryptos_MissionBoardSubterminalAccessing mission: The Phantom Device...done. Registering $UNKNOWN_USER for mission...done. Dispensing mission briefing...done. Please review the mission briefing for your instructions.
1567MoM_Cryptos_MissionBoardSubterminalAccessing mission: The Blade of Bastet...done. Registering $UNKNOWN_USER for mission...done. Dispensing mission briefing...done. Please review the mission briefing for your instructions.
1568MoM_Cryptos_MissionBoardSubterminalAccessing mission: The Voice of Set...done. Registering $UNKNOWN_USER for mission...done. Dispensing mission briefing...done. Please review the mission briefing for your instructions.
1569MoM_Cryptos_MissionBoardSubterminalAccessing mission: Pleasant Valley Infiltration...done. Registering $UNKNOWN_USER for mission...done. Dispensing mission briefing...done. Please review the mission briefing for your instructions.
1570MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFABRICATION SYSTEM INSTRUCTIONS Hello, ladies. Meet the newest addition to our Production Facility: the Order of Mysteries Automated Fabrication System. I think it's our best invention yet. Lately, we've been spending more and more time making the routine items you all need: your weapons, veils, garb. Happy to do it, but it's been keeping us from working on anything new. So we've built this little guy. Just select the item you want, insert the components, and it should be able to assemble your standard gear in a couple of minutes. It's all hooked into Cryptos, too, so it knows what you're authorized to make, and the system can automatically report successful missions. Supplies are limited, so you can only make each item once. Let me know if you want an override on that, or if you need something custom. Always happy to help. - Frederick
1571MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...failed. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Damaged Veil of Secrets
1572MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Damaged Veil of Secrets ...done. Accessing Fabrication Database... done. Selecting repair procedure... done. Performing repairs... done. Fabrication complete.
1573MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...none required. ...done. Accessing Fabrication Database... done. Fabricating [1] Garb of Mysteries... done. Fabrication complete.
1574MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...none required. ...done. Accessing Fabrication Database... done. Fabricating [1] Swing Analyzer... done. Fabrication complete. Displaying Operating Instructions: SWING ANALYZER - Operating Instructions: - Attach the Swing Analyzer to your sword. - Use the sword to kill a variety of creatures. - The Analyzer will chime when it records a kill. - The Analyzer will chime twice when it has collected sufficient data (approximately six kills of distinct creature types). - Return the Analyzer and your sword to the Fabricator for processing.
1575MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...failed. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Stealth Boy [1] HalluciGen Gas Canister
1576MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Stealth Boy ...failed. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Stealth Boy [1] HalluciGen Gas Canister
1577MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: HalluciGen Gas Canister ...failed. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Stealth Boy [1] HalluciGen Gas Canister
1578MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Stealth Boy ...found: HalluciGen Gas Canister ...done. Accessing Fabrication Database... done. Fabricating [1] Phantom Device... done. Logging Fabrication with Cryptos... done. Fabrication complete.
1579MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...failed. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Historic Sword [1] Swing Analyzer (Completed)
1580MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Historic Sword ...done. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Historic Sword [1] Swing Analyzer (Completed)
1581MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Swing Analyzer (Incomplete) ...done. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Historic Sword [1] Swing Analyzer (Completed)
1582MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Historic Sword ...found: Swing Analyzer (Incomplete) ...done. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Historic Sword [1] Swing Analyzer (Completed)
1583MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Historic Sword ...found: Swing Analyzer (Completed) ...done. Accessing Fabrication Database... done. Fabricating [1] Blade of Bastet... done. Logging Fabrication with Cryptos... done. Fabrication complete.
1584MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...failed. ERROR. You lack the components to fabricate this item. The required components are: [1] Experimental Weapons Research Data If your data is on a holotape, please insert the holotape and upload the data for analysis. If your data is on paper, please speak with Frederick for assistance in programming it into the system.
1585MoM_FabricatiorTerminalFabricationServicesSubterminal=-----------------------------------= |Automated Fabrication System ONLINE| =-----------------------------------= Authenticating with Cryptos... done. Verifying Components... ...found: Project PULSAR Research Data ...done. Accessing Fabrication Database... done. Analyzing research data... done. Developing fabrication plan... done. Fabricating [1] Voice of Set... done. Logging Fabrication with Cryptos... done. Fabrication complete.
1586MoM_FredericksTerminal/==============================\ | Frederick Rivers | \==============================/ PRODUCTION FACILITY - TO-DO LIST - Hall of Trials: Finish Repairs - URGENT - Hall of Trials: Safety Review - Cryptos: Mission Reporting System - Cryptos: Automated Missions - Fabricator: November Tuneup - Prototype: Swing Analyzer Improvements - Prototype: HalluciGen Gas Grenade - Prototype: Ballistic Weave
1587MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal01FROM KENT This is really something. When you said you had a whole base laid out, I expected a couple of sketches, not architectural diagrams. I mean, look, I'm no electrician. I can't critique your wiring. But this looks incredible. The Hall of Trials is spot-on with the training montage from issue #102. The color scheme is right out of the comics. The detailing's phenomenal. Let me stick to what I can comment on. I've got some notes on your last round of proposals. Love to hear what you think.
1588MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal01RE: PHANTOM DEVICE I like your second approach better. Why integrate the cloaking device and the gas when just wiring the gas release to the field switch will do? Sure makes assembly easier. Getting the explosive-release valve right is going to be tricky, but this should cut down on potential leaks. You sure you want to use HalluciGen Gas though? Their HQ is up my way, and word on the street is that stuff's bad news. If you decide to try this out, make sure you've got enough ventilation, just in case.
1589MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal01VEIL OF SECRETS If you're thinking about building that Phantom Device, you need to make sure your Veil has built-in gas filtration. Much as I hate to admit it, you'll want to use the mask from the Mistress' new costume. The traditional one would never give you a good enough seal. Try a multilayered asbestos liner. Activated charcoal would work better, but there's no way you can make that work in a cloth veil.
1590MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal01RE: GARB OF MYSTERIES Really? You're seriously going with the new Garb? I mean, look, I get it. It's more practical than the traditional dress. But it just isn't her! The Mistress of Mystery has always worn a full-length gown! (Except for the Scourge of the Sahara arc. Let's not go there.) I'm putting together a letter-writing campaign about it. I'm even going to write Shannon Rivers (the voice actress for the Mistress). If we can get her on board, Hubris is bound to listen. You're obviously as much of a fan of the Mistress as I am. You mind writing her too?
1591MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal02FROM KENT What do you mean 'you built it'? Look, Fred, that's a little much, even from you. I've seen those plans, remember? I mean, sure, you got all the details down. You're as into this as I am. But you're never going to get that kind of hardware. Military-grade mainframe? Combat simulator? It'd cost millions! You have a fortune you haven't been telling me about? Don't get me wrong, I'd love to see whatever it is you've built. A model? Some kind of get-up in your garage? Mail me some photos along with your next tape. Always great talking with you.
1592MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal02RE: GARB OF MYSTERIES Yeah, I know it's what they're using in the TV show. And believe me, I'm looking forward to it. The Silver Shroud is my all-time favorite hero! I just don't think it's the right call for the Mistress. One way or the other, though, you should think about adding some kind of protection to the costume. I saw an article in Guns and Ammo about a new concept for ballistic weave. You've got connections. Any chance you could get your hands on it? If you do, could you send some my way?
1593MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceKentSubterminal02RE: VOICE OF SET God, don't get me started on this. Yeah, sure, incendiary cartridges would work. So would resonance ammo, or hypersonic shot, or even EMP bullets. We've complained about the Voice for years, but Hubris just keeps retconning it. If you want a gun that can handle whatever crazy thing they come up with next, your best bet might be to build a stable hollow receiver so you can swap out the mechanics.
1594MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceZackSubterminalFROM ZACK Really? Just like that? I have to say, giant multimillion-dollar mainframe systems are usually a harder sell. Not that I'm complaining. For an order like this, a rush installation is no trouble at all. I'll have my team out at your place on the 23rd. You did say you wanted this delivered to your house, right? I've put a copy of the manual on the tape. Look it over; give me a call if you have any questions. Pleasure doing business with you, Fred, as always. Looking forward to hearing all about your project.
1595MoM_FredericksTerminalCorrespondenceZackSubterminalCRYPTOS USER MANUAL ***ERROR*** File not found.
1596MoM_FredericksTerminalJournalSubterminalFrederick Rivers, Personal Journal - 6/26/77 What do I even write here? Shannon always was into journaling, but I've never seen the appeal. No one's going to care about my memoirs. Let's see. We finished off the basement with two days to spare. I might even have time to squeeze in that little folding screen I've been toying with. Zack and his boys got the mainframe online this morning. I let him test out the Hall of Trials while I put it through its paces. Worked like a dream. Laser turrets are still a mite touchy, though. Burned that toupee clean off.
1597MoM_FredericksTerminalJournalSubterminalFrederick Rivers, Personal Journal - 6/27/77 I still remember the day I met her. It was at a benefit dinner for the engineering institute. She was supposed to be a celebrity guest, but it was before her career really took off. No one knew her. I found her in a corner, started babbling on about my work on fabrication algorithms. And she actually cared. She was interested! No one was interested in my work! Her fans never give her enough credit. They only know her as an actress. But she's brilliant. She has vision. She understands my work, understands the value in exploring new ideas, new designs, without being subject to some giant corporation trying to exploit people for a quick buck. We've always had an arrangement. Sometimes my projects bring in a little money. Sometimes they don't. It doesn't matter. She loves acting, and her royalties more than cover my costs. I get to dream. I get to experiment. I get to build things beyond her wildest imagination. And then we get to share them. Her reaction, her approval, means more to me than any profit or prize ever could.
1598MoM_FredericksTerminalJournalSubterminalFrederick Rivers, Personal Journal - 6/29/77 She loved it. I've never seen her so happy. It's been a long year, working on the design, swapping ideas with Kent, making sure I got all the details right. It cost - god, I don't even want to think about it. But it's done. And right now, it's what she needs. She's been so worried about that damn television show, worried about 'making the jump' to TV. We don't need the money. But she wants to keep acting. It's what she loves. And if there's anything I can do to support her, I will.
1599MoM_FredericksTerminalJournalSubterminalFrederick Rivers, Personal Journal - 10/6/77 Shannon's off to Boston, so it's just me and Olivia again. She's been kind of sullen lately. I think the stress is starting to get to her. I can't even keep up with all the tutors she has these days. Her mother and I expect a lot from her. Maybe too much. But she's a phenomenal young woman. The best at whatever she sets her mind to. I see that potential. I just want to help her reach it.
1600MoM_FredericksTerminalJournalSubterminalFrederick Rivers, Personal Journal - 10/21/77 The first thing you learn as an inventor is to recognize failure. I never remember to update this damn thing, so I'm giving it up. I got a fresh pallet of holotapes in today, so I'm going to try audio logs instead. Maybe I'll have more luck with that.
1601MoM_GuestBedroomTerminalMiss Rivers reminds me of my grandma. She seems all stern and serious, but when you're alone with her, she's really nice. Cora and I had a hard time after grandma died. I'm glad Miss Rivers was willing to take us in. I'm glad to have a family again. - Alexis
1602MoM_GuestBedroomTerminalRemember: Everyone is expected to help out with chores around the house. The signup sheet goes up on the fridge at six every morning. No one is too young, too old, or too busy. If you aren't sure how to do something, ask one of the older girls to show you. We need everyone to do their part. Eve P.S.- Do NOT allow Mr. Rivers to sign up for cooking duty again. The last time he did, it took us three days to air out the common room.
1603MoM_GuestBedroomTerminalAnyone wanna trade beds? Sara snores. I'll even take a couch. Gotta be better than this. Zoe
1604MoM_GuestBedroomTerminalWinter is coming up, and that means it's cold season. There are a lot of people in this house, so we need to do everything we can to keep colds from spreading. No one wants another dysentery outbreak. We're going to use the corner bedroom as our sick ward again this year. If you're not feeling well, check in with Alana or me. We'll move your things over and have your food brought up to you. Wash your hands, drink plenty of water, and get some rest. If things get worse, call me. Natasha
1605MoM_GuestBedroomTerminalAnyone seen Olivia? She was supposed to be my partner this afternoon, but I haven't been able to find her anywhere. This is the third time this month she's ditched me. I'm getting tired of this. - Brigette
1606MoM_HallOfTrialsTerminal=--------------------------------------= | The Order of Mysteries | | - Hall of Trials - | =--------------------------------------= The Hall of Trials is my masterpiece: a fully-automated combat training arena. Hydraulic walls and floors to reshape the space! Robot and turret fabricators! A whole warehouse of traps and obstacles pulled straight from the comics! It was perfect for Shannon's training. And it's perfect for yours. There's no better place for you to hone your skills, to challenge yourself and your sisters, all in a safe and controlled environment. I'm proud to think my little project has made all of this possible. - Frederick
1607MoM_HallOfTrialsTerminal=--------------------------------------= | The Order of Mysteries | | - Hall of Trials - | =--------------------------------------= SELECT TRAINING PROGRAM ***NOTICE*** Due to the recent incident, all Hall of Trials training programs have been suspended until further notice. Classes will continue to be held in the Hall. Please report to the Mistress of Novices for your training schedule.
1608MoM_HallOfTrialsTerminal=--------------------------------------= | The Order of Mysteries | | - Hall of Trials - | =--------------------------------------= BEGIN PROGRAM ***ERROR*** No training program selected. Please select a program to continue.
1609MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalThat wasn't how this was supposed to go at all. Two months ago, I copied Cryptos, handed it over to the raiders. Rachel finally caught on. She was telling Eve when I came in tonight. At that point, well, it was them or me. So I killed them. I killed them all. It's finally over. I'm going to burn the Order, the manor, everything. Burn it all to the ground. If you get this, if you want to see me again, meet me at our special place, on my birthday. You still owe me that trip. Olivia
1610MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalMISSION ROSTER Week of 11/15 ACTIVE MISSIONS Rivers, Shannon - Ambush Investigation Rivers, Olivia - Sentry Duty, Riverside Manor Devoir, Eve - Training PENDING MISSIONS [Unassigned] - Pleasant Valley Infiltration ***NOTE*** All non-essential missions have been suspended until further notice by order of the Headmistress.
1611MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 8/2/82 No major incidents this week. There have been surprisingly few brigands in the area this summer, although the Responders' radio chatter says the more organized gangs control the roads through the mountains now. Training has been going well. I've begun sending the older girls out on supply and data collection runs in pairs. For now, I'm keeping the more dangerous missions to myself, but they're at the point where they can handle themselves if they have to.
1612MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 12/25/82 They got the dam. We heard the explosion a little after midnight. There was no warning, nothing to be done. Charleston has been wiped out. It's worse than the bombs. The Responders are doing what they can, but this is beyond them. Beyond anyone. The raiders have already melted back into the mountains. They're a much bigger threat than anyone had realized.
1613MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 3/5/83 I've spent the winter surveying raider positions in the mountains, and having the girls gather what intel they can from the Responder radio network. It's bad. They have multiple bases, dozens of checkpoints and sniper posts. And they're growing. It's more than I can deal with on my own. As much as I hate to do it, we can't afford to wait any longer. It's time for the Mistresses of Mystery to take the field.
1614MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 9/8/84 For the most part, this week's missions have gone well. The exception, as usual, was Olivia. Her raid against the Garrahan Outpost was flawless, but rather than report back, she went on to clear four sniper nests, a half-dozen beast dens, and a derelict military bunker before finally returning three days late. And she dragged her Initiate along for the ride. It was Rachel's first time in the field. Poor girl is still shaking. Her debrief was another shouting match. Nothing I say seems to get through to that girl. She's too headstrong. Just like her mother.
1615MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 2/8/86 We found Clarissa's body last night. I always knew this day would come, but that doesn't make it any easier. These girls are my daughters. Every time I post a mission, I know one of them might not come back. But we have to press on. The raiders are gaining strength. If we don't keep them in check, who will? That's what I told them at the funeral. I gave them two days off. That's all we can afford.
1616MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 2/14/86 Things have been tense since Clarissa's death. Some of the girls have started to question our methods. Should we announce ourselves? Make contact with the Responders, or the Brotherhood? Try to forge an alliance? Absolutely not. The Mistress of Mystery's greatest strength was always the element of surprise. A lone woman can do anything, because no one expects her to be a threat. If we were exposed, if the raiders knew we existed, they could fight back. They can't fight a shadow.
1617MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 5/22/86 I've appointed Eve the new Mistress of Novices. I need someone dependable and organized to handle training and mission assignments when I'm out in the field. For the most part, it seems to have gone over well. For the most part. Olivia was furious. I have almost thirty girls in my charge now, and I have their safety to consider. If she thinks I'm going to favor her simply because she's my daughter, she needs to grow up.
1618MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 6/1/86 Lucia reports that the campaign against the Super Mutants in Huntersville has ended. If things go well, the alliance between the Brotherhood and Responders might finally be the beginning of a long-term security arrangement for the region. All of the patrols moving through the mountains have suppressed raider activity over the past few months. I've asked the girls to be more careful as well. No sense drawing any unwanted attention. The mission board has been relatively light, but Olivia has been taking far more than her share. She's rarely at home for more than a day or two at a time now. At first, I was glad she was becoming more dedicated to her work, but I'm starting to worry she's just using it as an excuse to avoid me.
1619MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 7/24/86 We buried Allison today. After three years, hundreds of missions, only two of our sisters have fallen. With so much death and devastation all around us, that's an incredible testament to their skill and tenacity. Olivia was particularly shaken up. She was the one who found Allie's body, carried it all the way back from Summersville. She went right to her room after the funeral. Poor dear.
1620MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 10/7/86 For years, we outclassed the raiders. Now, suddenly, they've found a way to turn the tables. Counting Allison, seven girls have been killed in the past three months. Now Kaylee is missing, too. I've ordered Eve to accelerate our training program, and recorded holotapes to handle routine assignments and promotions. I hate to think of anyone getting promoted by holotape, but with all of our losses, I've been away so much it's beginning to become an issue.
1621MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 11/10/86 Three more girls are confirmed dead. Evelyn and Catherine are unaccounted for. Rachel barely escaped. And that's just in the past week. How are they doing this? It's like the raiders have suddenly found a way to read our minds. They're lying in wait on almost every mission now. As of today, I'm only allowing the most senior Mistresses out of the manor: Eve, Amy, Olivia, and myself. We can't risk losing anyone else.
1622MoM_HeadmistressOfficeTerminalJournalSubterminalHeadmistress Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal 11/18/86 Olivia. Olivia, dear, what have you done? I'm going out to meet her. If anyone finds this, if anyone is even still alive, please, don't try to follow me. The Order of Mysteries is finished. Take the skills you learned here. Join the Responders, the Brotherhood, anyone. Find some way to survive. That's all that matters now. I loved you all. I'm so, so sorry.
1623MoM_InfirmaryTerminal=------------------------= | The Order of Mysteries | | - Infirmary - | =------------------------= MEDICAL RECORDS ***ERROR*** All medical records on file have expired. For access to archival records, please contact Production.
1624MoM_InfirmaryTerminalLogsSubterminalExporting audio recording for 9/17/86, 22:47... ...done.
1625MoM_InfirmaryTerminalOrdersSubterminalEMERGENCY CARE ORDER: Limit emergency care based on your qualifications. NOTES: None of us are doctors. None of us have any real medical training. We've learned a lot over the past few years, but all the textbooks in Charleston won't make you a surgeon. Just because you can rip the arms off a Protectron Medic doesn't mean you can use them to resuscitate someone. In an emergency, take a step back and assess what kind of care you can safely provide. Do that. You can be a hero everywhere else.
1626MoM_InfirmaryTerminalOrdersSubterminalANTIBIOTIC RESTRICTIONS ORDER: Reserve antibiotics as a last-line treatment. NOTES: The dysentery epidemic exhausted our stock of antibiotics. There's another supply run to AVR Medical up on the mission board, but that place has been picked clean over the years. I asked the Headmistress if we could reach out to the Responders for help. You can guess how that went. Until we can replenish our supplies, focus on providing supportive and palliative care, and use herbal remedies where possible.
1627MoM_InfirmaryTerminalOrdersSubterminalSTIMPAKS & DEHYDRATION ORDER: Monitor for dehydration following Stimpak use. NOTES: While not mentioned in the medical literature, dehydration appears to be a serious side effect of repeated Stimpak use. Patients receiving Stimpaks as part of their treatment regimen should be monitored for dehydration and administered additional water and/or IV fluids. Where possible, Members should avoid the use of Stimpaks in the field, and instead report to the Infirmary for treatment.
1628MoM_InfirmaryTerminalOrdersSubterminalCHEM LOCKUP ORDER: Chems are to be kept locked in the Infirmary safe at all times. NOTES: The use of Chems for performance enhancement is strictly forbidden. Chems promote dependency and addiction; recovery can be long and painful in the absence of Addictol, and hampers mission readiness. Any Chems recovered in the course of a mission are to be turned over to Infirmary staff for safekeeping. Any further incidents of theft should be tracked and reported.
1629MoM_StudyTerminal/=============================\ | Ms. Shannon Rivers | | ~ The Mistress of Mystery ~ | \=============================/ PROFESSIONAL CALENDAR 06/25/77 - Mistress of Mystery: s08-e16 Recording 06/26/77 - Mistress of Mystery: Wrap Party 10/08/77 - Silver Shroud: Studio Tour & Cast Meet 10/11/77 - Silver Shroud: Dress Rehearsals Begin 11/01/77 - Silver Shroud: Season 1 Filming Begins 12/17/77 - Silver Shroud: Holiday Break
1630MoM_StudyTerminalFanMailSubterminaldear miss rivers, The mistress of mystery is my favorite hero. Wanna know why? All the boys want to be like Grognak and run around going 'graaaah' and hitting things, but the mistress is smart and fast and comes up with lots of neat ideas. And anyone who tries to pick on her always loses. I bet she could beat hairy old Grognak any day. I know you aren't really her, but I bet you like her almost as much as I do. Thank you for being so great on the radio too. Love you bye. Karen Timms Age 7
1631MoM_StudyTerminalFanMailSubterminalMs. Rivers, I wanted to complain about the history of the Eye of Ra as depicted in Season 7, Episode 12, "The Thieves of Thebes." This episode seems to suggest that the Mistress may not have possessed the Eye during her second expedition to Egypt to vanquish the Cult of the Unseen Seer. As I'm sure you know, in Mistress of Mystery #141, a flashback shows the Mistress wearing the Eye at a museum gala that must have occurred between the first and second expeditions. The fan consensus is that she obtained the Eye during the first expedition, although I personally think it was among the relics she inherited from her father the archaeologist. Your line could be taken to mean that she didn't have it with her at the time, but that seems unlikely, since she wore it (or a similar brooch) in several panels near the beginning of the Sorcerous Plague arc, which is set only a few days later. As a longtime fan of your work, I know how important maintaining the history and continuity of the Mistress' canon is to you, and I hope you will speak with the writers about being more careful with this in the future. Sincerely, Kent Connolly P.S. Like many fans, I was dismayed by the changes to the Garb of Secrets introduced in the most recent issue. While I understand the difficulty of actually fighting in a full evening dress in the upcoming television show (and possible feature films?), the full-length dress has been a staple of the Mistress' costume since her debut. I'm planning to organize a letter-writing campaign about this, and I'd appreciate your support. P.P.S. I'm a huge fan of your work, and I'm looking forward to your appearance in the Silver Shroud show next year.
1632MoM_StudyTerminalFanMailSubterminalMs. Rivers, I read with interest your June interview in Acting Age. While your conception and portrayal of the Mistress of Mystery has always been above reproach, I hope you understand that many of us feel the name 'Mistress' is an unnecessarily sexualized and loaded term in our patriarchal culture. On behalf of modern women everywhere, we hope you will join our petition to change the name of the character to the 'Sister of Secrets'. Sincerely yours, Pauline J. Smith
1633MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 6/28/77 Back from LA. Season 8 was spectacular, but the mood at our wrap party was rather down. There's been no word on renewal yet. All of the attention at Hubris seems to be on television these days. They have less and less interest in radio. Frederick and Olivia are doing well. Olivia was all packed for our annual camping trip to Seneca Rocks, but I've had to put her off. The poor dear was heartbroken. I do hate to break our tradition, but with the Silver Shroud show coming up, I simply can't spare the time.
1634MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 6/29/77 This morning, Frederick asked me to put on my costume veil and come down to the front parlor. He said he had a surprise for me. It's incredible. His 'little project' is beyond anything the writers ever dreamed of. That man really can do anything. It's no wonder I love him. My calendar for the next three months is booked solid. He's hired the best stunt actors, martial artists, military trainers, a cavalcade of experts, one after another, to make sure I master every technique I'll need for the screen. I don't know who they have playing the Shroud, but the Mistress of Mystery will be ready for her debut.
1635MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 10/6/77 I'm heading out to Boston for rehersals and the first round of filming. I've never been more ready for a role in my life. Frederick's busy with his projects again. Olivia's tutors say she's doing well; she should ace her University exams. I'd expect nothing less. She's a bright girl; she has a great future ahead of her.
1636MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 10/22/77 Babowski played me for a fool. After a week of dress rehearsals, he called me in to say they'd 'made other arrangements' for the role of the Mistress. It wasn't hard to figure out who: he had a portrait of Claire Redelle, that airbrained strumpet, on his desk. He was planning this all along. I gave that bastard a piece of my mind. I've been the voice of the Mistress of Mystery for twenty-six years. It's the role I cared about most. The character I championed, every time creative tried to set up another love triangle or damsel-in-distress plot. And now I'm being cut out. Vivi says corporate's already in talks to hire Redelle for next season's serials. Damn them.
1637MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 10/23/77 It's amazing what a day can do to your sense of perspective. I'm so glad to be home. Frederick and Olivia are here. They're safe. Everything else, we can work out.
1638MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 7/8/78 I'm still shaking. When the weather finally broke, we made for Charleston to replenish our supplies. On the way back, we were accosted by hooligans on the road. Frederick tried to pay them off: some fresh water, a few hundred dollars. They just laughed. When they laid hands on Olivia, something in me snapped. I don't think they expected the 'old bitch' to put up a fight, but my training just took over. I didn't even hesitate. In less than a minute, they were all laid out on the ground. I think a couple of them were dead.
1639MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 7/9/78 We had a long talk about the incident. I expected Olivia to be as frightened as I was, but she was exhilarated, like I was suddently a real hero. She wants me to train her. I wish it wasn't necessary. But Frederick had a point. The world has changed. We won't be around forever. One way or another, she has to learn to defend herself. But is that enough? What kind of a future does she have if the world has fallen to pieces? And what about girls who don't have anyone to stand up for them?
1640MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 8/21/78 I've been venturing out dressed as the Mistress. It still feels a bit silly, but the costume is an excellent disguise. And, strange as it sounds, it makes a difference. Another group of ruffians cornered some refugees on the road from Lewisburg when their caravan broke down in the mud. I don't know how I would react to that, but after all these years, I know how the Mistress would. And that confidence works. I saved them. Frederick and Olivia are rather taken with the idea. Frederick has been working day and night on new tools for me to try. And Olivia is focused on her training. She wants to be a Mistress of Mystery just like me.
1641MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 11/11/78 This morning, Frederick heard someone in the garage, rifling through the garbage. Three someones, actually: Clarissa, Eve, and Amy, girls not even Olivia's age. All orphans. It broke my heart. Frederick and I talked it over, and we've decided to take them in. Winter is coming on, and they need somewhere to stay. We've food and space to share. I can't bear to let a child suffer if there's anything to be done about it.
1642MoM_StudyTerminalJournalSubterminalMs. Shannon Rivers, Personal Journal - 4/29/79 Spring has finally come, such as it is. Every day, caravans of refugees pass by the house. Whole families, carrying everything they have. Old men. Children. It's horrible. So many children have no one left. A few have been brave enough to come up to the house. I can't turn them away. I never in my life imagined running an orphanage, but what else can I do? We had Olivia move her things out to the guest house so the new girls can take the rooms on this floor. I'm going to clear out of the study and move into my suite downstairs. At this rate, we'll need all the room we can get.
1643MorgantownAirport_ATC_TerminalATC TRACKING: Flight Destination =============================== No traffic on radar
1644MorgantownAirport_ATC_TerminalATC TRACKING: Flight Destination =============================== ??? MGW - No arrival runway scheduled --- WARNING: Unidentified traffic on approach. Recommend all patterns hold until ID & flight plan established.
1645MorgantownAirport_ATC_TerminalI've finished hooking up the air raid siren and message broadcasts to the ATC system. I asked Jeff to paint a circle around the area that these automated cargo Vertibots keep choosing to land. I guess the rest of the airport is a little too cluttered for them. What this means to you: When the ATC radar picks up an approaching vertibot, it'll alert this terminal, which in turn will fire up the air raid siren and transmit a broadcast. Hopefully, that'll give us enough time to mobilize at the landing zone and keep it clear of whatever unwanted guests the vertibot attracts when it gets close. If the vertibot thinks it sees hostiles in the LZ, it'll abort the drop and we definitely don't want that to happen. Make sure you keep the area around the landing zone clear of hostiles. If you've got any questions, come see me in my workshop, in the first big hangar out your window facing north. - Sanjay
1646MorgantownAirport_Terminal_InfirmaryFolks, I've got some exciting news to share. As you all know, Dr. Hudson has been continuing her research in the lab at AVR Medical. Well, she just reported in to let us know that she's made a significant breakthrough, and it looks like an inoculation against the Scorched plague could soon become a reality. Let's all keep our fingers crossed, and make sure to do everything we can to help Claire complete her work. Our very survival depends on it. - Jeff Nakamura
1647MSilo_Control_LaunchControlTerminal LAUNCH PREP OVERVIEW Launch Prep is the automated procedure required to test, arm, prime, and ready a missile for launch. Once Launch Prep has been initiated, the Control Room's robot fabricators will assemble the Launch Crew Chiefs, who will proceed to their designated stations. At least one Launch Crew Chief must be operational in order for Launch Prep to advance. Once Launch Prep has been completed, the Launch Authorization System will be unlocked. Following a successful launch, automated missile reconstruction will begin immediately.
1648MSilo_Control_LaunchControlTerminal LAUNCH PREREQUISITES Automated Missile Silos employ interlocking failsafes to prevent an accidental or malicious nuclear launch. Before a missile may be launched: 1. DEFCON 1 must be declared. 2. A missile must be assembled and staged. 3. Launch Prep must be completed. 4. Final Launch Authorization must be supplied.
1649MSilo_Control_LaunchControlTerminal LAUNCH CREW CHIEFS Launch Crew Chiefs are specialized Protectrons with the encryption keys and operating instructions required to prepare a missile for launch. Although each Crew Chief is optimized for its role, redundant programming allows Launch Prep to proceed as long as at least one Crew Chief remains operational, albeit more slowly. If a Chief is destroyed, the associated fabrication terminal can be used to assemble a replacement. In the event of a security incident in the Control Room, all security units have been programmed to destroy the Crew Chiefs to halt Launch Prep.
1650MSilo_Control_LaunchControlTerminal LAUNCH AUTHORIZATION PROCESS The launch authorization process is classified. Your attempt to access this file has been logged and reported to the silo commander for disciplinary action.
1651MSilo_Control_LaunchControlTerminal MISSILE RECONSTRUCTION Automated Missile Silos are equipped with an advanced robotic construction system. Following a successful launch, construction of a new missile will begin immediately. If necessary, the silo will enter an automated lockdown state for the duration of the reconstruction process to allow for decontamination, automated maintainence, and security sweeps. During this time, all personnel will be instructed to evacuate the silo and remain in the designated shelter area until the all-clear is given.
1652MSilo_Control_LaunchControlTerminal INITIATE LAUNCH PREP Accessing Control Room Interlink... ...done. Verifying: [DEFCON 1]. ...done Verifying: [Missile Status: Standby] ...done. All prerequisites have been satisfied. Activating Launch Prep... ...done. Launch Prep has begun. Please take your station.
1653MSilo_Control_RobotFabricatorTerminal REPLACE: LAUNCH CONTROL CHIEF Accessing Fabrication System... ...done. Assembling replacement [Launch Control Chief]... ...done.
1654MSilo_Control_RobotFabricatorTerminal REPLACE: CHIEF TELEMETRY OFFICER Accessing Fabrication System... ...done. Assembling replacement [Launch Control Chief]... ...done.
1655MSilo_Control_RobotFabricatorTerminal REPLACE: CHIEF PROPULSION OFFICER Accessing Fabrication System... ...done. Assembling replacement [Launch Control Chief]... ...done.
1656MSilo_Control_RobotFabricatorTerminal REPLACE: CHIEF GUIDANCE OFFICER Accessing Fabrication System... ...done. Assembling replacement [Launch Control Chief]... ...done.
1657MSilo_Control_RobotFabricatorTerminal REPLACE: CHIEF TARGETING OFFICER Accessing Fabrication System... ...done. Assembling replacement [Launch Control Chief]... ...done.
1658MSilo_Operations_TerminalConsoleOn OPERATIONS CENTER OVERVIEW The Operations Center is responsible for operational security and readiness, external communications, and, in the event of a nuclear conflict, coordinating tactical and joint strike operations with other military units. The Operations Center is controlled by a RobCo GX-9000 mainframe with a high-redundancy multi-core design, capable of fully autonomous operation. While powerful, individual mainframe cores are fragile and subject to damage or burnout. Replacement cores have been stocked in the Storage facility to meet ongoing maintainence needs.
1659MSilo_Operations_TerminalConsoleTallOn OPERATIONS CENTER OVERVIEW The Operations Center is responsible for operational security and readiness, external communications, and, in the event of a nuclear conflict, coordinating tactical and joint strike operations with other military units. The Operations Center is controlled by a RobCo GX-9000 mainframe with a high-redundancy multi-core design, capable of fully autonomous operation. While powerful, individual mainframe cores are fragile and subject to damage or burnout. Replacement cores have been stocked in the Storage facility to meet ongoing maintainence needs.
1660MSilo_Reactor_ReactorControlTerminal POWER SYSTEM OVERVIEW All automated missile silos utilize a high-redundancy power infrastructure, capable of drawing power from the civilian grid, onsite reactors, and onsite fusion megacells. In the event of a power system failure, the silo's Power House will automatically switch to the next available power source. Each silo has been equipped with one (1) Class-VIII fusion reactor and three (3) Class-IV fusion reactors, connected in a closed circuit. These reactors are capable of serving as the silo's primary power source indefinitely.
1661MSilo_Reactor_ReactorControlTerminal POWER SYSTEM REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS In the event of a reactor breach, an automated security lockdown will seal the Power House facility to limit radioactive contamination. Authorized engineers are to report to the Reactor Control Terminal to initiate repairs. Due to the high pressures present in a Class-VIII reactor, the reactor system must be shut down before repairs can be attempted. Due to security and operational readiness requirements, the system will automatically restart after a period of time dependent on the current DEFCON status. Repairs must be completed within the allotted time.
1662MSilo_Reactor_ReactorControlTerminal REACTOR CONTROL SYSTEM Accessing Reactor System Interlink... ...done. Initiating Emergency Shutdown... ...Shutting down Class-VIII Reactor... ...Shutting down Class-IV Reactors (3)... ...Shutting down Auxilliary Systems... ...done. The Reactor System has shut down. The current readiness level is [DEFCON 1]. At this level, the Reactor System will automatically restart in [3:00].
1663MSilo_Reactor_ReactorControlTerminal REACTOR CONTROL SYSTEM Accessing Reactor Interlink... ...done. Initiating Reactor Restart... ...Restarting Auxilliary Systems... ...Shutting down Class-IV Reactors (3)... ...Restarting Class-VIII Reactor... ...done. Verifying Reactor System integrity. Please wait for confirmation.
1664MSilo_Residential_BiometricSystemTerminal ADVANCED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM, v.4.0.9 The Advanced Biometric Identification System (ABIS) is responsible for authenticating military personnel at facilities requiring Class-VI security clearance. Fabrication of an ABIS ID Card requires: 1. The user's encrypted biometric data, obtained from an ABIS Biometric Scanner. 2. A blank Biometric Identification Card. Old or malfunctioning cards may be erased using the fabricator's card eraser. After fabrication, all ABIS ID Cards must be registered with the relevant security system(s). Contact your security officer for assistance.
1665MSilo_Residential_BiometricSystemTerminal ADVANCED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM, v.4.0.9 Initializing ABIS Biometric ID Fabricator... ...done. Verifying Components... ...FAIL. [Blank Biometric ID Card] not found. ...FAIL. [Biometric Data] not found. ERROR. Unable to proceed with the fabication process.
1666MSilo_Residential_BiometricSystemTerminal ADVANCED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM, v.4.0.9 Initializing ABIS Biometric ID Fabricator... ...done. Verifying Components... ...Found: [Blank Biometric ID Card] ...FAIL. [Biometric Data] not found. ERROR. Unable to proceed with the fabication process.
1667MSilo_Residential_BiometricSystemTerminal ADVANCED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM, v.4.0.9 Initializing ABIS Biometric ID Fabricator... ...done. Verifying Components... ...FAIL. [Blank Biometric ID Card] not found. ...Found: [Biometric Data] ERROR. Unable to proceed with the fabication process.
1668MSilo_Residential_BiometricSystemTerminal ADVANCED BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM, v.4.0.9 Initializing ABIS Biometric ID Fabricator... ...done. Verifying Components... ...Found: [Blank Biometric ID Card] ...Found: [Biometric Data] ...done. Fabricating ABIS Biometric ID Card... ...done. Report to the apporopriate security station for registration.
1669MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminalNow, I know many of you are upset about what has happened, but I will NOT accept the accusation that what I did constitutes Dereliction of Duty. Could I have read the training materials more thoroughly? I would argue that the greatest strength a General has is the ability to think on one's feet. And besides, the launch codes were designed to thwart the enemy, not one of Uncle Sam's best and brightest. Did I make a mistake? I admit that I did. Did I enter the codes incorrectly? Yes. Did the system consume my keycard, causing it to be rendered useless to anyone inside this facility ever again? We have to accept the truth together. Just because our orders regarding this silo have been made... redundant, does not mean we can not do our duty elsewhere. We will be leaving at 0600 tomorrow.
1670MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminalGeneral Didn't-Read-The-Training has ordered us out, so we're leaving. Like good soldiers. Hope if you're reading this that America has been rebuilt and the General's been court-martialed posthumously.
1671MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminalTop brass never showed. Completely missed the party. What are we supposed to do now? Not like launching the missiles matters at this point. We're heading out. See if there are civilians we can help. Private Jeffers is the only one who's decided to stay behind.
1672MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminalThe system has detected a possible radiation leak from one of the missiles. All personnel are to evacuate the site pending a full investigation.
1673MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminalDaily system maintenance has identified an error in the radiation sensors. Lockdown has been automatically lifted as of 10.24.2077.
1674MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminal_SubJeffersI can't believe everyone's leaving. What if this war isn't over? The Reds could be ready to launch another salvo any day now! Who's going to protect America from that? We need to assume this is the only missile silo we have left as a deterrent.
1675MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminal_SubJeffersI was making my rounds the other day, and I swear I heard something. A voice maybe? Could be a Chinese infiltrator using some kind of stealth technology. I'm going to scour this whole silo top to bottom. I'll flush him out.
1676MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminal_SubJeffersAlmost thought I saw a shimmer in the air from the Chinese infiltrator's stealth tech. I mean, I think that's what I saw. It's been a few weeks since I heard him last. Why hasn't he attacked me, yet? Waiting for the right moment, I bet. Maybe if he waits long enough, he thinks he can get me to slip about how the codes work? Jokes on him. I don't even know!
1677MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminal_SubJeffersIt's... not normal to feel your heart rate all the time right? Sometimes it's so empty hear I swear I can feel my brain working. Like, there's this current of electricity just above my scalp? And... colder in here? Hotter? I can't stand to sit in the same chair twice because, I don't know, it feels weird to feel my body heat on the chair?
1678MSilo_Residential_LoreTerminal_SubJeffersI figured it out. The Chinese infiltrator. The reason I couldn't see him or hear him is because he's me. I'm the infiltrator. I must have been brainwashed, and I don't remember. Well, they aren't going to win this round. I said I would flush that Commie out, and now I have. Now it's time to turn that Commie over to the appropriate authorities... once I can find them.
1679MSilo_Residential_SecurityStationTerminal SECURITY PROTOCOL - GENERAL Automated nuclear missile silos are maximum-security sites requiring Class-VI special security clearance. Access is strictly restricted to: [1] Military specialists ('Missileers') assigned to the silo for a six-month rotating tour of duty. [2] Officers of rank OF-9 (General) or above, with a preauthorized missileer escort, who must accompany them at all times. Any other individual attempting to enter the facility, or found inside without an authorized escort, is to be met with lethal force.
1680MSilo_Residential_SecurityStationTerminal SECURITY PROTOCOL - SECURITY STATION ALPHA Security personnel posted to this station are to: - Perform remote monitoring of silo grounds. - Dispatch security teams to patrol, investigate, and resolve incidents on the grounds. - Monitor facility entry and egress. - Register ABIS Biometric Identification Cards with the security system to grant access to the rest of the facility. - Perform other security duties as assigned.
1681MSilo_Residential_SecurityStationTerminal SECURITY PROTOCOL - SECURITY STATION ALPHA Security personnel posted to this station are to: - Monitor the silo grounds, dispatching security teams to patrol, report, investigate, and resolve any incidents. - Monitor entry and egress in accord with general security protocols. - Register new Biometric Identification Cards with the security system to grant access to the rest of the facility. - Perform other security duties as designated by the silo commander.
1682MSilo_Storage_FacilitiesMainframeDoorControlSecurity lock released. Opening door...
1683MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderEnergySubTerminalUranium yields have been way up. The boys have tweaked those extractor machines so that they're pulling the stuff in at a rate faster than an army of miners ever could. It's much safer, too. This spells good news for us down here at our level. With profits way up, it's bound to come trickling down to us. Can't wait to see the fleet of shiny new Corvegas driving into work!
1684MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderEnergySubTerminalCaught some of my crew lounging about on the job this morning. Vinnie was even sleeping. I hated to do it, but I had to write him up. The guy used to be such a powerhouse, but he says he finished all his hauls an hour into the job today. I get it that the machines practically run themselves, and produce a lot less waste, but there's still plenty to do around here! They need constant supervision. There are buttons to press, and meters to monitor. Incident report: Chet Bronson slipped and took a spill in Tunnel 3. He'll be laid up for a while, but frankly, I don't know if we'll be able to keep him on staff. We have too much on payroll as it is.
1685MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderEnergySubTerminalOrders came from on high today. We had to let go of about 30 of our guys today. It's just some of the chaff. These guys have been slacking off for a while now, so it's probably for the best. We'll be fine without them. This job could be done with a crew of a dozen if it we needed to. I tell ya, the marvels of modern engineering just make life easier.
1686MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderEnergySubTerminalCalled the crew together this morning to chat about next week's meeting with the big-wigs. Everyone's to be on their best behavior, and we're going to whip this operation into shape big time before their arrival. This mine's going to shine. Some of the guys are understandably worried, after the layoffs. But, I assured them their jobs are not in danger. We're going to show the suits how a tight crew can work in concert with state of the art technology to be the highest yield Uranium Mine in the country, if not the entire world.
1687MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderEnergySubTerminalScrew this! I moved all the way out to West Virginia for this job, when I was perfectly happy in Pittsburgh! I been here hardly a year and a half, and they replace me with that bucket of bolts. They said it was cheaper. Like anyone's going to take orders from a robot! I shoulda seen this coming when they offered me what they did, and then when I get here, I find out they're building the whole thing to basically run itself. What a crock. I told them I'd wipe this terminal, but I'm leaving my reports here as a lesson to the next guy they hire when that stupid robot can't hack it.
1688MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalnot givn up gettin hardr to thikn straigt skin glwing so sick i tried feelss good to be dwn in th mine warmer near the radiation just gonna sleep ther wait 4 whtevr
1689MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalThat asshole. I told everyone: no messing with the machines down in the mine. We didn't know what they did, and the last thing we need is our new home collapsing. Guess what, though? Rob came clean after I threatened to neuter him. He just HAD to get drunk and mess with the stupid machine! Wanna know what it does? It leaks radiation all over the place, apparently, and he's been tinkering with it in secret for months. He caused a massive leak, and now people are dying, because of him. We got people who look like corpses, still writhing around, but not responding. At least Rob's not moving any more. Trying to stay strong. Trying to not give up.
1690MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalLots of people getting real sick now. It's been a while and it's not going away. My hair's been falling out. Skin's peeling. I can't eat. Wish I could find out who exposed us to this freakin' plague, so I could kill him myself. You told me never to give up, love. I won't. I'll get through this, just like everything else. I'm going to do you proud.
1691MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalI don't know what it is, maybe just a bad flu or something, but we're all starting to ache and feel weak. We were using chems to offset the effects, but it's taking a long time to get over it without any doctors around, and we're almost out. The Cutthroats still have a ton of chems, especially now that the Diehards are bringing them all to the Top of the World. I think they'd be willing to trade us a case of chems for the mini nukes we stole from those Brotherhood of Steel guys. I know I told you no more chems, but that was long ago, and the world's a different place, babe. I'm only taking what I need to get through the day with this illness.
1692MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalHit up a band of travelers coming through the mountains. Got a lot of good loot and supplies out of it. They said they were hauling goods to some survivors over the hills, so we should check out that settlement soon. One of them looked like you. I hesitated, just briefly. She pleaded for her life. Started screaming. I had to do it, or she'd attract others, or who knows what. Maybe I shouldn't have. These mines are a good hideout. No one ever comes looking for us here anyway. In other news, I had to shoot Frank dead. He thought he could take a little of the top and keep it for himself. Now, he's sharing his cache with everyone as a reminder to not get greedy.
1693MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalMargie came down with some of her Diehard losers to check out the new place. She said she wants to gather up everyone's key fragments to make some sort of backup copies in case something happens to one of 'em, or some BS like that. FFFFFFFF THAT! We all know you had a problem with bossman Thorpe, Margie. You're lucky we cut you in on the cache, but somehow you keep us all supplied with chems, so yeah. Still, we ain't gonna hand over all our keys so you can run off with all our stuff. Nice try, but no way!
1694MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalI miss you so much, Lucie. If you only knew what we've had to become. Sometimes I wonder, maybe it's for the best you checked out when you did so you didn't have to see me this way. Then again... I'm real good at what I do. It's scary how naturally burglary comes to me, and how tough I've become. I mean, I always had to be tough, but you knew that. Growing up where we did, people gave us shit for who we were. It usually took handing out a fat lip or a black eye to make people respect me. Guess I've carried that into my new life. You'd be proud of that at least. I stood up, took charge. I'm leading. They actually like me. They know better than to come onto me, and I don't have to say nothing no more. If you're watching, somehow, just know that everything I do, I do to survive. Don't hate me.
1695MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderLogsSubTerminalWe finally cracked the password for this thing: It was "pumpernickel," like the bread. The previous foreman's locker hadn't been cleaned out, and we found it written on a crumpled note in there. Lucky find, huh? That stupid robot outside wasn't any help. The guys seem to like him though, so I guess we're keeping him around. Anyway, now it's my terminal and as the leader of this rag tag group of bandits, I'm using it as my own log for whatever comes to mind. Ever since I lost her to the war, I've got no one to confide in. No one I trust with my thoughts. This is the closest thing I've got now. I swear if one of these a-holes ruins this for me, I'll send them packing with a bullet in the back of their head.
1696MTNL01_BlackwaterBanditsLeaderTerminalERROR: CANNOT ACCESS DATA
1697MTNL01_CharlestonCrimeLogTerminalName: Doe, Jane Date of Crime: 12.24.82 Description: Approx.10:30 PM, Christmas Eve. Subject was captured aftergang of Raiders attempted an attack on Southeastern City Limits. A deadly, but quick and decisive battle occurred: 7 Responders dead. 24 other Responders and other civilians injured, some in critical condition. Raider casualties numbered 8 unidentified individuals. Most suspects fled on foot. Responders chose not to pursue after sustaining such heavy losses, under advisement it could lead to further casualties. Resolution: Subject Jane Doe is the sole living Raider recovered from the incident. She is in serious condition, currently in a downstairs holding cell under intense interrogation. Identity unknown, but statements reveal a personal connection to the Raider leader.
1698MTNL01_CharlestonCrimeLogTerminalName: Gardiner, Robert Date of Crime: 3.17.82 Description: 782 Main St. Subject Robert Gardiner wanted for B&E, attempted burglary, and 3 counts of homicide of the residents of 782 Main St. When confronted, subject resisted arrest and assaulted Responder on duty. Resolution: Subject plead guilty to all counts. Convict Robert Gardiner stripped of all possessions, lifetime sentence of exile from Charleston. Responders ordered to shoot on sight if convict attempts reentry.
1699MTNL01_CharlestonCrimeLogTerminalName: Matoukas, George Date of Crime: 10.09.81 Description: 300 Block of Oak. Based on anonymous tip, Responder Atkins found subject peddling vast amounts of illegal chems out of his home. Over 300lbs of illegal chems found in the subject's basement. Resolution: Matoukas sentenced to 5 years hard labor under close supervision, with possibility of parole for good behavior. Chems were seized and destroyed.
1700MTNL01_CharlestonCrimeLogTerminalName: Peterson, Victoria Date of Crime: 5.26.81 Description: 450 Broad St. Subject's husband contacted Responders after disappearance of his wife and 2 children. Believed to be a kidnapping by an unknown suspect. Further investigation turned up a note orignally missed by Mr. Peterson. It became clear Victoria Peterson herself was the kidnapper. Responder Smith tracked down suspect. Both children recovered. Resolution: Subject plead guilty to all counts. Peterson family worked out issues in court. Both agreed to voluntary exile. Children left in foster care.
1701MTNL01_CharlestonCrimeLogTerminalName: Tomlin, Barry Date of Crime: 9.20.82 Description: At 6:52 AM. Responder Goldman found suspect attempting B&E into the East St. Bank. When confronted, Tomlin became belligerent and opened fire on Goldman, killing him. Gunfire awoke local residents, who aided in apprehension. Resolution: Suspect plead guilty to attempted grand theft, 2nd degree homicide. Tomlin stripped of all belongings, sentenced to permanent exile from the city of Charleston, to be shot on sight if reentry attempted.
1702MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: Backups Margie's been acting a little weird, so I need to tell you this before she does something stupid. You know how we've got that backup of the key fragment stored over at the Palace on that holotape duplication machine? Well, I overheard Margie telling the librarian to change the admin password so none of us will know what it is. She's been lying to you, Vince! So, I did some snooping around and saw where the librarian must keep the new password. I saw him place a piece of paper into a hidden compartment inside the dresser in his bunk room. Don't let her know you know, or she'll have it changed again!
1703MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: Other Gangs No luck. I've been trying to convince the other gang leaders that we need to make backups of all the key fragments. They're just holotapes. It's only a matter of time before someone breaks theirs or loses it, then we're all SOL. The machine over at the Palace is the perfect plan. They're a neutral party. Heck, most of 'em swore off earthly possessions! Of course, the other gangs don't trust me. They think we're going to take all the fragments and make off with the cache ourselves in the dead of night. Their distrust is going to be the death of us, I swear.
1704MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: Confidential Don't tell anyone else, Vincent, but I had the Palace librarian change the admin password to their machine. He's the only one who knows what it is now. It's for their protection, if something ever happens to us. I don't want the other gangs wiping them out for their chems. With all that's been going on lately, tempers are flaring and people are getting desperate. Those are good people up there at the Palace, and they need a bargaining chip. You're the only one they'll deal with if you ever need it back. I trust you.
1705MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: The Palace Margie wanted me to file a report with you concerning the incident at the Palace. None of us was there when it happened, but when we came back to the Palace yesterday... Everyone was gone. Just gone. Like they just up and disappeared. Didn't look like an attack. Nothing was ransacked. No one took anything with 'em. It was friggen spooky, man.
1706MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: RE: Disappearance Everyone keeps asking, but I don't know what happened at the Palace. Jack tells me they were just gone. At first, I thought Gourmands got to them. They've had their hungry eyes on the place ever since they went strict cannibal. But, they've been having their own troubles lately, I hear. I doubt it's them. Besides, have you seen what they did to Bolton Greens? They would have left a much bigger mess. I don't know how much more of this I can take, honestly.
1707MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: Gone??? Yo! What's the deal with the Palace? I heard those weirdos just disappeared or something without a trace! Do you think they finally actually transcended or some bullshit like that? Is that even possible? How do people disappear like that? Man, that is some whackadoo messed-up stuff!
1708MTNL01_DiehardsInboxSubTerminalFROM: To: SUBJ: Margie? Hey, Margie's been gone a lot longer than usual. It's been a few weeks. I know she says not to worry, but... we lost track of the Blackwater Bandits a while back, then the Trappers... and of course whatever happened at the Palace of the Winding Path... Well, I'm getting worried that whoever or whatever it is will come for us next. A lot of us have been talking about finally skipping town and moving on from Appalachia, maybe head out towards the coast, or up North. Let me know if you want in.
1709MTNL01_DiehardsTerminalERROR: DATA CORRUPT
1710MTNL01_DiehardsTerminalERROR: DATA CORRUPT
1711MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminal*****ERROR***** DATA CORRUPTION DETECTED *****ERROR*****
1712MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminalDuplicating 1 Copy of... Pillars of Transcendence
1713MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminalArchive copy of... Pillars of Transcendence Is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later.
1714MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminal*****ERROR***** DATA CORRUPTION DETECTED *****ERROR*****
1715MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminal*****ERROR***** DATA CORRUPTION DETECTED *****ERROR*****
1716MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminal*****ERROR***** DATA CORRUPTION DETECTED *****ERROR*****
1717MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminalDuplicating 1 Copy of... Diehards Key Fragment
1718MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeArchivesSubTerminal*****ERROR***** DATA CORRUPTION DETECTED *****ERROR*****
1719MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeTerminal*****ERROR***** RECORDING MODULE NOT FOUND *****ERROR*****
1720MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeTerminal*****ERROR***** UNABLE TO READ/RECORD TAPE *****ERROR*****
1721MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeTerminal*****ERROR***** ADMIN PASSWORD REQUIRED *****ERROR*****
1722MTNL01_PalaceHolotapeTerminal*****ERROR***** UNABLE TO ACCESS BATCH DUPLICATION *****ERROR*****
1723MTNM03_SubTerminal_MessagesIncense effects reported to be underperforming per expectation. Tweaking the formula slightly to reduce the sedative effects, and increase the hallucinatory effects. According to Simon, data indicates that guests are more likely to return if they experience a "spiritual vision" during the guided meditation session.
1724MTNM03_SubTerminal_MessagesCalled an HVAC specialist in to perform some maintenance on the pipes leading from one of the main burners. Above-ground output was low for a few days, while the leak down here led to higher than normal incense fume exposure for myself and the other technicians. We were mostly able to continue working once we realized the talking unicorns were not in-fact real. However, I reccomend removing any sharp objects from the room for a while.
1725MTNM03_SubTerminal_MessagesRan the incense burners a little longer than normal last night. I had thought the leaks were fixed, but this morning we saw bright lights on the horizon, and clouds of fire in the sky. The incense tends to produce shared hallucinations, but that only occurs during the guided meditation, which was not running.
1726MTNM03_SubTerminal_MessagesSince the war, incense ingredients have been hard to come by. We started rationing weeks ago, in anticipation of this, and doses are much lower. The sedative effects of the incense are a priority, to keep people from freaking out. I've begun to improvise with some other ingredients and found some creative ways of stretching the supply, at least until things return to relative normal. Other chem supplies are plentiful.
1727MTNM03_SubTerminal_MessagesDiscovered a suitable replacement for the incense formula. I'm a little worried since it goes against most food and drug safety regulations, but the alternative is that we've got no supply, and people start getting belligerent. Keeping people mellow and happy is much more important. I'll update the Primer.
1728MTNM03_SubTerminal_MessagesThere's some concern that the revised incense formula is causing some adverse reactions for some people. Bad trips and/or increased aggression are more frequent with certain batches, and I haven't been able to determine why. Currently thinking it has something to do with potentially radioactive materials?
1729MTNM03_SubTerminal_PrimerSpiritual Incense is the name we give the proprietary bundle of materials we use during Guided Meditation to help us visualize the unseen and reach a higher level of consciousness. \\\ Edited: 6.27.78 \\\ Some materials are becoming hard to come by after the war, so we've had to improvise. The effects are nearly identical, but there is an increased rate of hallucinations, psychosis, and other medical issues, so monitor users closely.
1730MTNM03_SubTerminal_Primer::::::::::::::::::::: DATA CORRUPTION ERROR :::::::::::::::::::::
1731MTNM03_SubTerminal_Primer\\\ Updated: 6.27.78 \\\ Directions: WARNING: Only for use in the Palace of the Winding Path ventilated brazier system. Burning Spiritual Incense elsewhere may result in catastrophic respiratory failure and death. 1. Crush the contents of the Mentats tins and the Day Tripper into a fine powder. Mix together in a bowl with 1 cup of Oil. 2. Wrap the fiberglass sheet around a hard surface and gently shave or file it to create about 3 cups of fiberglass dust and mix with the chem mixture. 3. Separate the treated aster blossoms from the stems and set aside. 4. Cut the firecaps into small cubes. 5. Lay out the cloth on a flat surface. Place the aster blossoms in the center. 6. Pour the chem and oil mixture over the aster blossoms, allowing it to soak into the cloth. 7. Sprinkle the firecap cubes onto the area. 8. Tightly wrap the cloth around the incense mixture and continue to bundle it until it is tight and compact. 9. Soak the bundle in the remaining oil to complete the recipe.
1732MTNM03_SubTerminal_PrimerWARNING: Only for use in the Palace of the Winding Path Ventilated brazier system. Burning Spiritual Incense elsewhere may result in catastrophic repiratory failure and death. WARNING: Always wear a protective mask and gloves when making or handling incense. WARNING: Spiritual Incense may produce a hallucinogenic effect. Do not believe anything your hallucinations tell you.
1733MTNM03_TerminalGreetings, friend. So, you wish to run the Automatic Guided Meditation program? Directions: 1. A healthy supply of spiritual incense should be present in the brazier at all times. Details can be found in the entry labeled "Spiritual Incense." 2. Alight the central brazier when the time is right. If the fire has died down, it means the brazier has gone into smolder mode for optimal incense burning. 3. Guided Meditation should begin automatically. Direct guests to the Tranquility Sanctum and guided instructions should play. 4. Monitor your disciples. In the rare event that a disciple has an adverse reaction to the incense, up to and including bodily harm to themselves or others, remove them from the area until they come down from its effects. 5. Clean up any leftover incense ashes from the brazier when needed.
1734MTNS01_RadioArrayErrorLogSubTerminalError Code 5054: FAILED Dish alignment. Mechanism Obstruction.
1735MTNS01_RadioArrayErrorLogSubTerminalError Code 0251: Insufficient Power. Signal strength capped at 2.500 / 10.000
1736MTNS01_RadioArrayErrorLogSubTerminalError Code 9019: WARNING! POWER EXCEEDING MAXIMUM SAFE OPERATIONAL LEVELS! CURRENT SIGNAL STRENGTH: 99.999 / 10.000
1737MTNS01_RadioArrayErrorLogSubTerminalError Code 3334: WARNING! AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN SEQUENCE ERROR. INITIALIZING BACKUP ALERT SYSTEM TO SENIOR PERSONNEL.
1738MTNS01_RadioArrayErrorLogSubTerminalError Code 7166: Unstable fluctuations in electrical power detected. Maximum signal strength capped at 7.500 / 10.000
1739MTNS01_RadioArrayErrorLogSubTerminalError Code 0009: Error Logging subsystem error. Error logging disabled. System reboot recommended.
1740MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownSubTerminalPower routed to component in Auxiliary slot. Auxiliary component is now ONLINE. WARNING: If you have not been authorized to make adjustments to this system or its components, please remain where you are and submit to automated federal law enforcement when they arrive. Failure to comply may result in involuntary termination of employment and/or life.
1741MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownSubTerminalERROR: No component in Auxiliary slot. Cannot fulfill power routing request. Auxiliary component is OFFLINE. WARNING: If you have not been authorized to make adjustments to this system, please remain where you are and submit to federal law enforcement when they arrive. Failure to comply may result in involuntary termination of employment and life.
1742MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownSubTerminalERROR: System is locked. Unable to process request.
1743MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownSubTerminalERROR: Signal strength adjustment is offline. Contact system administatror.
1744MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownTerminalArray Broadcast Power Level: 7.243 / 10.000 Current Radio Silence Broadcast version: v2.1.17b Radio Silence Broadcast Status: OFFLINE Auxiliary Slot: EMPTY UNPOWERED
1745MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownTerminalArray Broadcast Power Level: 7.078 / 10.000 Current Radio Silence Broadcast version: v2.1.17b Radio Silence Broadcast Status: OFFLINE Auxiliary Slot: UNKNOWN SIGNAL REPEATER COMPONENT POWERED
1746MTNS01_RadioArrayShutdownTerminalArray Broadcast Power Level: 7.236 / 10.000 Current Radio Silence Broadcast version: v2.1.17b Radio Silence Broadcast Status: OFFLINE Auxiliary Slot: UNKNOWN SIGNAL REPEATER COMPONENT UNPOWERED
1747MTNS05_VoxConversationSubterminalDear Eddie: Here goes. Attempt number one. I hope you're cognizant enough to formulate a coherent reply. It's the day after what would be Valentine's day, not that it would have ever mattered anyway. I missed my big shot years ago with Elaine. Should I have been less focused on my work? Would I have noticed the signs before it was too late? Oh, I feel like a fool, talking to myself about this. I don't know what I'm doing. What do I have to lose? I might as well try it once. I'm out of ideas. -Yours, Dr. Harrison
1748MTNS05_VoxConversationSubterminalForgot how much I hate the taste. I don't feel any effects yet. Maybe I just need more. I'll leave this here. Ok. bottle's almost empty. I don't even knwhat if I'm drink yet. maybe moree. Stupid You1 Whyd you thinkl this woud ebe a good idea?>? Ok so I driunk a whole bottle of somethnig. Vodka? I dontknow. How are yooo? Let's go do sciencwe! Yeah! Lookat me, I'm doing sience!!!@ So you screwwwed up with ElainE! aH SO WHAT< YOU. THERE ARE OTHRE FISH IN THE TREE. you can"t do anything about it nnoer anyway . mOVE ON. you should just do a scienec antyway. You'RE smart. yuov'e got this, Dr. Me! Heyy, I'm going t find more to Drik thne go to sleep bed. yOU Hang in tehre, buddy!
1749MTNS05_VoxConversationSubterminalEddie, I read your reply yesterday morning after recovering. I believe that's what one would call a massive hangover? So that's what it's like. I remain uncertain about this idea, but you were oddly insightful, so I might as well give it another go. I don't know what to talk about, but last time did prove to be helpful dealing with my past failures, so let's try that again. I wish I had been more outgoing when I had the chance. I had no friends in this town, granted most of them were... simple, at least compared with me. I wonder what I could have done better? Maybe, in your stupor, you will again accidentally provide the wisdom I seek. I suppose we'll find out. -Yours, Dr. Harrison (Sober)
1750MTNS05_VoxConversationSubterminalOk, goodn drank now! Almost forgot tow rite! Hey you! You're me! Yeah, you! Ok. Okk. so Herse the thing. Heres' what ti tis. No one liked you. They were all a bunch of aholes, and you were too good for anyof them.Too smrt. \ But you know what? i KN OW YOU WERE ALSO TOO MUHC OF A COW ARD TO TLK TO ANYONE. you know why you coldnt' get anyone t otest your Baby intepreter thing? Yiou know why? It's becuaSE YOU WERER TOO CHICKEN SCARED TO approach anyone t ask you big dumb dummy! Waht a waste! Get yourself togetger Dr. Whyyd you drank so much I feel like im going to v
1751MTNS05_VoxConversationSubterminalEddie Harrison, you are a genius! First, I'm done with this experiment. I would say the abuse isn't worth it, but it yielded fantastic results. I am now reminded of my Infant Interpreter, a device I was developing to interpret the incoherent babblings of babies and convert it to a common language parents could understand. I believe, with some modifications, I could make it work on animals. There may not be many other human beings alive now, but there is no shortage of animals! In fact, I have witnessed fascinating new mutations around here as of late. I won't need to interact with humans ever again!
1752MTNS05_VoxConversationSubterminalDamn it all! The Vox Interpreter seems to work. However, the bite I sustained seems to be infected, and that infection is spreading. Who would have imagined I would be done in by a mutated hairless squirrel? I'm fading faster than I would have liked. I'll leave everything here as it is when I'm gone, so someone else can continue feeding data into the program. Maybe someone will see wisdom in my writings. Don't let opportunities pass you by. Be brave. If life after the war has taught me anything, it's how lonely the world can be. Do anything you can to remain sane. If you've found this, you're going to want what I've created. Use it to gather more data, and maybe one day the right person with the right skills will come along to finish my work. At least we can give them the data they'll need for the job.
1753MTNS05_VoxTerminalImportant Reminder to self: Before venturing out to collect data, remember to bring your syringer, and a sufficient supply of ammo. Procedure: 1. Take the Vox Interpreter holotape, and load it into your recording device. The program should start automatically, and it will wait to receive signals from the darts. 2. Tag the animal you wish to interpret. I'll need to collect data from a number of creatures if I want to fully understand them. Maintain data collection for about 45 seconds for an optimal sample. 3. For these preliminary trials, it doesn't matter if the animal dies in the process, but try to keep it alive long enough to get sufficient data! Holotape should provide enough storage for roughly 3 encounters. 4. Return holotape to the lab terminal for processing. After data has finished processing, you may repeat the process.
1754MTNS05_VoxTerminalThey called me crazy. Said I spent too much time cooped up in my basement laboratory with my experiments. Now it has been three years since the war, they're all dead, and they've still had the last laugh! Do you have any idea how lonely it gets without anyone to talk to, even if all they ever seemed to say was "Gee Dr. Harrison, do you ever leave your basement?" Even those uncouth Raiders haven't come back since they picked over the town! That's why I've decided to invent the Vox Interpreter for animals, the next evolution of a device I had begun constructing long ago to interpret the electrical nerve impulses and vocal babblings in human infants into artificial speech patterns their parents could understand. It likely worked, but I never found any willing test subjects. This new and improved Vox Interpreter should translate what various animals are thinking and put it into words I can understand, through the power of science! Once I finish my work, I'll be able to converse with animals better than I could with any of the nitwits who lived in this miserable town! Let this document remain for posterity, so that in the event of my untimely demise, future generations will appreciate the true genius of Dr. Eddie Harrison.
1755MTNS05_VoxTerminalRecord your logs here, Eddie.
1756MTNS05_VoxTerminalData collection successful. Please allow time to process, analyze, and store Vox Interpreter data before removing Holotape. Holotape Data will be cleared after processing for next use. Please come back again later.
1757MTNS06_Uranium_MessagesSubTerminalFrom: Hibbs, M Subject: Safety First! Remember, just because we have those fancy new machines to extract Uranium for us, doesn't mean you can slack on safety precautions! The machines are still early designs, and I've been told they tend to leak radiation as part of the extraction process. Always wear your radiation suits while working in their vicinity. Notify your supervisor immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, hair loss, abnormal (non work-related) fatigue , sloughing off of the skin.
1758MTNS06_Uranium_MessagesSubTerminalFrom: Frasier, V Subject: Goodbye It was great working with some of you. Others, like Mitch, can suck it. We got this little brown-noser here sucking up to Uncle Sam. Not surprising he gets to stay and those of us doing the actual work get the boot. I told you those machines would cost us our jobs! For everyone who can make it tonight, drinks at Hannigan's in Charleston are on me. Oh yeah, and just in case it wasn't clear to you, Mitch: You're not invited. You can suck it. -Vinnie
1759MTNS06_Uranium_MessagesSubTerminalFrom: Hibbs, M Subject: Recent Reorganization If you are getting this message, you were NOT affected by the reorganization. Layoffs are never ideal, but are sometimes necessary in order to streamline our process. Contrary to popular belief, this wasn't my decision to make. I want to thank everyone for their hard work, and I want to let you know that our yields are way up. I don't foresee any further layoffs.
1760MTNS06_Uranium_MessagesSubTerminalFrom: Hibbs, M Subject: Important Notice Glenn Combes is no longer employed here. Report to a supervisor immediately if you see him on the premesis. As a friendly reminder: anyone found tampering with the Uranium Extractors in an attempt to sabotage their operation will be immediately terminated and escorted off the site. Those machines are expensive government-owned equipment, so you may be charged with federal felony.
1761MTNS06_Uranium_MessagesSubTerminalFrom: Cotton, P Subject: Auto-Foreman Mitchell Hibbs is no longer the Supervising Foreman of the Blackwater Mine site. All remaining employees are to check in with the new Auto-Foreman unit posted at the mine entrance before clocking in for the day, and before leaving for the night. Employees are expected to follow direction from the Auto-Foreman as they would follow any human foreman. Keep in mind: the Auto-Foreman is designed to report any workplace infractions to the proper authority.
1762MTNS06_Uranium_TerminalUranium Extractor Units are now active. Due to the prototypical nature of the units, they may break down. Administer repairs to continue operating function. Units will automatically shut down when radiation levels exceed dangerous operating levels.
1763MTNS06_Uranium_TerminalYou do not have proper authorization to operate the Uranium Extractor Units. Authorization from the Auto-Foreman required.
1764MTNS06_Uranium_TerminalActive ventilation currently in process. Uranium Extractor Units can not be activated until area returns to safe levels of radiation. IF YOU ARE READING THIS MESSAGE, RADIATION LEVELS ARE EXCESSIVE. EVACUATE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK MEDICAL TREATMENT.
1765MTNS06_Uranium_TerminalAlways remember to get proper authorization before operating the Automated Uranium Extraction System. This system uses proprietary technology developed by the United States Department of Energy. Operation is as easy as selecting the option from this terminal to "Initialize Uranium Extractor Units." The Automated Uranium Extraction System will shut off automatically if radioactive gas levels reach dangerous levels, until the system can properly ventilate itself. The units may then be manually restarted. EVACUATE IMMEDIATELY IF THE SYSTEM DETECTS PEAK RADIATION LEVELS!
1766MTR01_Ashforge{{{REMOTE SYSTEM LOCK ACTIVE}}} {{{SUPERVISOR ACTION REQUIRED}}} -- PLEASE CONTACT: -- Bachmann, Edith -- Research Manager -- Hornwright Industrial
1767MTR01_Ashforge--- Required particulate detected. --- Congealing complete. --- Minerals reconsistuted. --- Issuing ignots. --- Auto-cleaning process initiated.
1768MTR01_Ashforge01_OLD{{{REMOTE SYSTEM LOCK ACTIVE}}} {{{SUPERVISOR ACTION REQUIRED}}} -- PLEASE CONTACT: -- Bachmann, Edith -- Research Manager -- Hornwright Industrial
1769MTR01_Ashforge01_OLD--- Required particulate detected. --- Congealing complete. --- Minerals reconsistuted. --- Issuing ignots. --- Auto-cleaning process initiated.
1770MTR01_DominickSubterminalTO: Hornwright, Penelope FROM: Heyward, Dominick SUBJ: You Fucking Thieves ____________________ What's it like not having a soul, Penny? Do your insides clang around from all that empty space? My team and I were brought here with a purpose - clean the god-damned air YOU PEOPLE ruined. We SLAVED over this tech. Letting you light old, INCREDIBLY TOXIC mines on FIRE to fill the air with more shit you can harvest WAS NOT PART OF OUR DEAL. And you're not using our tech to do it. I'd tell you to go to hell, Penelope, but your plan was to just bring it here.
1771MTR01_DominickSubterminalAir purifer system access granted for current user. Have a nice day.
1772MTR01_DominickSubterminal... schematics transfered complete!
1773MTR02_MinerTerminalExcavator Power Armor Module blueprints downloaded to external data device.
1774MTR02_MinerTerminal***===ERROR===*** Blueprints detected on external data device. Please refer to the device for further information.
1775MTR02_MinerTerminalThe EXC-17 Excavator suit uses patented "Ore Sniffing" technology developed in conjunction with the West Tek Corporation. Helmet sensor calibration protocols are proprietary information and require registration interface with Garrahan's Mainframe. Registration Station One - OFFLINE Registration Station Two - ONLINE Registration Station One - OFFLINE Registration Station One - OFFLINE Registration Station One - OFFLINE
1776MTR02_MinerTerminalSub001It's only been a few weeks since Vivian pulled me out of the U.S. Army's Research Corps and I'm settling in well at Garrahan. One thing's for certain, working in the private sector has its advantages. Nobody constantly looking over my shoulder, no daily reports submitted in triplicate, no accounting for every last penny. As long as I show results, I'm left alone to do what I do best. Component testing for the EX-17 Excavator Project are proceeding ahead of schedule and hopefully the team will have a prototype up and running within a few months.
1777MTR02_MinerTerminalSub001We're running into durability issues with the Excavator's chassis. The extra punishment the arm units take when boring into bedrock is causing micro-stress fractures and sheared gear assemblies. Bryce suggested we look into black titanium as an alternative, since it's native to the area and might provide the tensile strength needed to keep the arm components from tearing themselves apart. I wish we had access to the ore when we were designing the T-45, but I don't think the Army would have wanted to foot the bill for the refinement process. As soon as Vivian gives us her stamp of approval, we'll cast new dies and get the parts molded.
1778MTR02_MinerTerminalSub001We're two months in the hole, and have nothing to show for it. Vivian's breathing down my neck for results and we keep hitting roadblocks. Right after we casted all the parts in black titanium, we realized the suit's extra weight would require a more efficient reactor. We're already way passed spec with the repurposed T-45 reactor, and we keep suffering overheating and stability issues. We're going to need something else to give the power plant more punch. I think I may have found a solution, but I'm hesitant to log my results until I'm sure the Garrahans will go along with the plan.
1779MTR02_MinerTerminalSub001After a few slagged reactors and a near meltdown, we finally have Ultracite powering the Excavator. Vivian wasn't exactly thrilled making the ten-year commitment AMS was demanding for their patented ore, but it had exactly the power output and radiation signature we needed. All that remains now is mounting the Ultracite-fired reactor into the chassis and see if we can get this beast to move some rock.
1780MTR02_MinerTerminalSub001Show and tell day is here, and I'm nervous as hell. We're unveiling the Excavator to the press almost three months ahead of schedule. Between AMS unveiling Watoga and Hornwright stepping up their game with their Auto-Miners, the pressure's been on to get the unit field ready. I've had my team working around the clock for almost a month straight. As for myself, I've barely been getting by on a steady diet of coffee, cigarettes and stale donuts. If the Excavator performs even close to our expectations, we're guaranteed to give both AMS and Hornwright a run for their money. Fingers crossed.
1781MTR02_MinerTerminalSub001The third Excavator just rolled off of our assembly line, and I couldn't be happier. The first two units have been up and running for almost a month now and we haven't had a single serious breakdown or maintenance issue. Everyone on the mining team wants to get their hands on these suits. Bryce has been continually piloting one of the Excavators... he's already shattered Garrahan's record for amount of ore extracted in a single day. Vivian surprised us all by rolling out a huge ad campaign, pitching our suits taking on Hornwright's Auto-Miners like a friday night boxing match. To say that this project has been a success is an understatement. I think it might be time to take that vacation before things heat up again around here.
1782MTR02_ReceptionTerminalMemo: GMC-22RES Subject: Excavator Queries -+=ATTENTION ALL EMPLOYEES!=+- Any queries regarding the Excavator Power Armor Project should be directed to Harold Frost in our Research and Development Division. Do not attempt to answer any questions directed to you by clients or the press.
1783MTR02_ReceptionTerminalMemo: GMC-11HRD Subject: Family Fun Day All employees are cordially invited to our annual Family Fun Day on November 11, 2077. We'll be featuring a barbeque buffet, plenty of ice-cold Nuka-Cola and all the ice cream you can eat! Mom and Dad can relax in our huge canvas pavilion while they listen to the musical stylings of Rod Torfulson's Armada. For the kids, we'll have pony rides, a clown show and a crafts tent for making that perfect Thanksgiving Day centerpiece. Please see Anne in HR for details.
1784MTR02_ReceptionTerminalMemo: GMC-17SEC Subject: Hornwright Sabotage -+=ATTENTION ALL EMPLOYEES!=+- A serious security breach has occurred at our headquarters. Two of our generators had wires cut and several file cabinets set ablaze. We strongly believe that this was an attempt by Hornwright Industrial at sabotage. Nothing critical was destroyed, but the fact that our security was bypassed is a cause for concern. If you see anyone inside the facility without the proper badge, inform a security officer immediately.
1785MTR02_ReceptionTerminalMemo: GMC-39HRD Subject: Break Rooms It's come to our attention that Break Rooms in our facility have been left in appallingly poor condition. When you've completed your break, be sure to pick up any trash or leftover foodstuffs and dispose of them properly. We all work long hours here, and I'm certain we collectively wish to enjoy a clean and healthy work environment.
1786MTR02_ReceptionTerminalMemo: GMC-72CEO Subject: Man Vs. Machine Event -+=ATTENTION ALL EMPLOYEES!=+- There's been a lot of speculation in the aftermath of our defeat at the Man Vs. Machine event, and I felt it was time to set the record straight. As of this moment, all operations involving the Excavator Power Armor are on hold until we can re-evaluate. Any questions from the press or communications from Hornwright Industrial are to be immediately forwarded to the CEO's office. More information will follow in the coming weeks. Thank you all for your patience and your perseverance.
1787MTR05_ExamTerminalERROR. Invalid credentials.
1788MTR05_ExamTerminalBROKENERROR. Invalid credentials.
1789MTR05_FrontDeskSubterminal_YvetteIt's a tough decision, Annie. I need to think it over some more before I decide. - Yvette ___________________ FROM: Annette Boxton {Admin} It's up to you, darling. You can either come with me or you can keep chipping away at your soul in exchange for a couple pieces of silver every week. All I know is that the miners the Hornwrights kicked to the curb with those robotic scabs had families. And I won't be a part of making them starve. - Annie
1790MTR05_FrontDeskSubterminal_YvetteMs. Hornwright, That reporter was here again this morning, asking about the "Motherlode." Mentioned something about "toxic dump sites." I told him I had no idea what he was talking about, like you told me, but I got the sense he didn't buy it. Is there something else I should have said? And not to bother you too much, but I haven't heard a peep from HR about taking over Annie's position. You haven't heard anything, have you, Penny? - Yvette
1791MTR05_FrontDeskSubterminal_YvetteHi Ms. Hornwright, Just wanted to check in. I saw your car outside, so I presume everything was all right for you and your dad down in Bramwell? I heard the rioters brought down one of the high-rise mansions. I was terrified it might've been yours. They had some of those foul-mouthed Mr. Gutsy things patrolling our block in Charleston yesterday and today, but when I came outside today they were whining about not "gettin' to see any action" so I'm guessing the rioters kept to the south. And is there really still fighting going on at the dig site in Mount Blair and down in Welch? Seems like the crazy is spreading like wildfire. - Yvette
1792MTR05_FrontDeskTerminal_YvetteAttention all employees, Due to safety concerns related to the recent unrest centered around the town of Welch, our offices will be closed tomorrow. Employees will be expected on site at start of business Tuesday, October 5th. Jacob Hanover {Human Resources Director} :: DISCLAIMER :: Hornwright Industrial will not be held liable for any injuries you may sustain while attempting to access the office.
1793MTR05_FrontDeskTerminal_YvetteDear Hornwright Industrial employees, Effective immediately, access to our R&D and Executive offices will require a keycard. If you need to access those areas, please speak to your managing Senior Executive. As well, from this point forward, all employees will be required to sign non-disclosure agreements. Any members of the organization speaking to the press or any outside parties about proprietary information will be disciplined. We run a tight ship here. Any leaks and we all sink together. Jacob Hanover {Human Resources Director}
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1799MTR05_ITSubterminalListen Edie, I've done everything I can to get Dominick's terminal unlocked. It won't budge. I'll give that treehugger this much - he can write an encryption algorithm. That decryption box I set up in your office is very likely the only shot we've got at gaining access to his data - so long as you can get me enough juice to get it up and running. Unless, you know, you wanted to try something crazy... like talking to him. - Jeff
1800MTR05_ITSubterminalSenior Exec Exam has been updated. Sorry for the delay. Jeffery Vaccarro {Technology Support Group} ________________________________________ MESSAGE SENT: 10.11.77, 4:53 PM Jeffery, Our opinions don't really matter here. This is what Mr. Hornwright says he wants, so this is what we implement. You don't like the content of the exam, you're welcome to take it up with Hornwright. [:: Attached: Senior Executive Exam Answer Key ::]
1801MTR05_ITSubterminalSenior Exec Exam has been updated. Sorry for the delay. Jeffery Vaccarro {Technology Support Group} ________________________________________ MESSAGE SENT: 10.11.77, 4:53 PM Jeffery, Our opinions don't really matter here. This is what Mr. Hornwright says he wants, so this is what we implement. You don't like the content of the exam, you're welcome to take it up with Hornwright. [:: ATTACHMENT LOCKED. PASSWORD REQUIRED ::]
1802MTR05_ITTerminalAttention all employees, Due to safety concerns related to the recent unrest centered around the town of Welch, our offices will be closed tomorrow. Employees will be expected on site at start of business Tuesday, October 5th. Jacob Hanover {Human Resources Director} :: DISCLAIMER :: Hornwright Industrial will not be held liable for any injuries you may sustain while attempting to access the office.
1803MTR05_ITTerminalDear Hornwright Industrial employees, Effective immediately, access to our R&D and Executive offices will require a keycard. If you need to access those areas, please speak to your managing Senior Executive. As well, from this point forward, all employess will be required to sign non-disclosure agreements. Any members of the organization speaking to the press or any outside parties about proprietary information will be disciplined. We run a tight ship here. Any leaks and we all sink together. Jacob Hanover {Human Resources Director}
1804MTR05_PennySubterminalYvette, You did exactly right with the reporter. Until my father says otherwise, company line is none of us know anything about the "Motherlode" project. Which is closer to the truth than I like. But do me a favor. Pop into R&D and tell him what the reporter told you. He should know what people are saying out there about his project. You're going to need my ID, though, as Dad's gone and restricted the top floor to Senior Executives only. Keeping all the juicy stuff just for us. You're up there enough, you should probably pop into HR once you're done, get your ID updated. For your application, I'm sure it just got lost in the move to the automated hiring system. The current HR password is: BBbDefenistrateV7. Go resubmit your resume and I'll make sure it gets moved to the top of the pile for Annie's job. - Penny
1805MTR05_PennySubterminalGregory, Come by my office as soon as you get in. It sounds like the shaking last night, it revealed some kind of vein down in Welch. We need to see if we can't get our hands on the mineral rights before anyone else does. - Penny
1806MTR05_PennySubterminalI'm sorry, Dad. Gregory and I tried to get down to Welch as fast as we could, but AMS was already on site by the time we got there. Sounds like it's residuals from their old blast tests in the area, peeking up under peoples' homes. Knowing how AMS works, I'm sure they'll make a mess of recovery. So... if you manage to pull yourself away from your project long enough to read this, at least know that we tried. - Penny
1807MTR05_PennySubterminalDad, if you're reading these at all any more, I really need your help right now. I don't know what the hell AMS did in Welch over this new claim, but they fucked up bad. The town is in open revolt and from what I'm hearing, it's turning into a full on riot. They're trashing anything with a mining company name on it. The governor's already started mobilizing the national guard, and I've put out to get some "independent contractors" over to Mount Blair and a couple of your experimentation sites. I know you're still hurting over Mom but I think everyone would really appreciate hearing from you. So... please. Help me out here?
1808MTR05_PennySubterminalGregory, I spoke to the various site managers last night. We haven't been able to regain access to the Rockhound yet, but they've left all the others. Initial estimates for the damage are in the tens of millions. And there's still some rioters preventing us from being able to get back onto the digger. I need all the execs in a conference room TODAY. If we get stuck with this bill, that's it. Show's over. These riots are on AMS. We just need to make sure a judge agrees. - Penny
1809MTR05_PennySubterminalGregory, National Guard finally cleared out the last of the "rebels" off the Rockhound. The damage was so much less bad than we expected, in no small part because it seems those idiots couldn't sort out how the Ignition Reactors worked. The little blessings of proprietary technology. I want crews working in 24-hour shifts until that site's fully operational again. Every day it's down, we're hemorrhaging money. - Penny
1810MTR05_RnDSubterminal{{ LOG ENTRY - 11.j.Brigada {{ TOPIC - AMS Hire }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} Hornwright introduced us our latest team member - a poach from AMS' "Electronic Intelligence" division. "The future of mining as we know it," were Hornwright's exact words when introducing the young woman. The child has one PhD. From a state school. Let's not leap to conclusions, Daniel. But extra hands are extra hands, I suppose. Perhaps this Ms. Jackson can make coffee.
1811MTR05_RnDSubterminal{{ LOG ENTRY - 12.j.Brigada {{ TOPIC - The Curious Ms. Jackson }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} In the four weeks since she's been here, young Ms. Jackson has managed to complete three of our outstanding research quandaries on the Motherlode project. Three! Intra-mineral communication - solved. Subcrustal navigation - child's play. An automated voice response system - why not? The child even designed an in-field repair system. Modeled off my original Motherlode design, of course, but capable connecting with the system WITHOUT WORK INTERRUPTION. The child is either a genius or a thief, simply bringing us what she happened to write down during her time at AMS. And I can hardly tell if I need to beg Hornwright to fire her or put her up for a Nobel. But I must say I'm intrigued by the curious Ms. Jackson. And damn it all - her coffee is sublime.
1812MTR05_RnDSubterminal{{ LOG ENTRY - 13.j.Brigada {{ TOPIC - Direct Oversight }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} It seems Mr. Hornwright has decided to involve himself more directly in the Motherlode project. For security purposes, he claims. It is his belief one of us tipped off the reporter who had the accident on the test site. And he wants to ensure no such thing happens again. It is my belief that Daniel is looking for any distraction he can to avoid dealing with his ... loss. So I guess this means he'll simply distract himself by distracting all of us.
1813MTR05_RnDSubterminal{{ LOG ENTRY - 14.j.Brigada {{ TOPIC - Power Struggles }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} And things had been going so well. Thanks in no small part to Ms. Jackson's monumental efforts, systems 000 and 001 had been prepped and ready to deploy and we were staring down the barrel of upping our timetable by an entire quarter. We've now easily lost that and more thanks to Daniel's constant "input." Inconsequential and incessant demands, almost always lobbed at Ms. Jackson and the intelligence team to make things more "user-friendly." To provide with the systems with more "independence." The poor girl is being run ragged trying to keep up. I've been trying to step in as much as I can, just let the girl work, but the man will not relent. To make things worse, Daniel has begun requiring us to go through him to get our requisition codes, making sure we can't make changes without his sanction. I did manage to sneak at least one out of his notes while being excoriated for my "unrequested interventions." It's the small victories. Repair Beacon Requisition Code - 36984
1814MTR05_RnDSubterminal{{ LOG ENTRY - 15.j.Brigada {{ TOPIC - For Ms. Jackson }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} Ms. Jackson, If you're reading this, congratulations on your promotion to project lead. No one deserves it more than you. And I mean this from the bottom of my heart - get out now. I do not believe Mr. Hornwright is well. His paranoia and insularity have only worsened over the past months. My firing is no surprise given his growing emnity towards anything but "his" Motherlode project. I can only plead that you quit before the man snaps. Your talent is wasted in a situation such as this.
1815MTR06_ExamTerminal{{ FINAL EXAM }} _____________________ {{ TRAINING BRIEFING INITIALIZED }} INTSTRUCTIONS 1. Proceed to Belching Betty shaft (south of The Rusty Pick). 2. Speak to local handler robot. 3. Collect Fire Breather's kit. 4. Survive and return.
1816MTR06_ExamTerminal{{ PHYSICAL EXAM }} _____________________ Physical exam assignment detected. Please report to your assigned Physical Exam testing site.
1817MTR06_ExamTerminal{{ PHYSICAL EXAM }} _____________________ Physical Exam completed. Please initiate the final exam from the main menu.
1818MTR06_ExamTerminal______________________________ CONGRATULATIONS! You got 7 of 7 questions correct! You passed! ______________________________
1819MTR06_MineEntrance_Terminall---THIS FACILITY HAS BEEN SEALED PERMANENTLY--- ---HOSTILE SPECIMENS CONTAINED--
1820MTR06_PhysicalExamTerminal_CharlestonHerald{{ {{ Transmitting exam results... {{ Recorded. {{ Activating final examination instructions. {{
1821MTR06_PhysicalExamTerminal_CharlestonHerald......... complete! Please exit the terminal to begin your trial.
1822MTR06_SystemTerminal{{ ... user data collection active. {{ ... registration complete! {{ ... {{ ... granting basic user clearance. {{ ... Schematic Archive unlocked. {{ ... Messages Archive unlocked. {{ ... {{ ... Checking active operations file. {{ ... {{ ... There is (1) priority message! {{ ... {{ ... Please report to dispatch room.
1823MTR06_SystemTerminal_Leads{{ ATTN: All Active Fire Breathers {{ SUBJ: Muster Point - The Rusty Pick ___________________________ All right, ladies and gents. Word has come down from on high - we've got exactly no more time to wait for Madigan to show. So we're going to have to do this without him. We move on Big Bend tomorrow. Muster point is The Rusty Pick. You're to be in gear and ready to move by 0700. Sleep well, tonight. Because tomorrow, we're saving Appalachia. || Melody ||
1824MTR06_SystemTerminal_Leads{{ ATTN: All Active Fire Breathers {{ SUBJ: Range Temporarily Close ___________________________ Heads up, gang. Firing range is closed until further notice while the explosives for the tunnel job are on-site. I'll send out a message once it's cleared for us again. Until then, you're going to have to find healthier way to express your anger. || Melody ||
1825MTR06_SystemTerminal_Leads{{ ATTN: All Active Fire Breathers {{ SUBJ: Stopping the Scorched ___________________________ Attention all Fire Breathers. Meeting at 1800 today in the exam room. No exceptions. We've got a plan to deal with the Scorched. You want to save Appalachia, you make sure your cheeks are in a seat by 6:00 PM. || Melody ||
1826MTR06_SystemTerminal_Leads{{ ATTN: All Active Fire Breathers {{ SUBJ: Excavator Power Armor ___________________________ Check-in from Madigan's latest "field trip" yielded a tip on some new gear. Rumor is that Garrahan Mining's "Excavator Armor," while maybe not the mining method of the future, was actually a seriously rugged hunk of machinery. Smoke/fire/gas-resistant. And apparently the Garrahans kept all the tech to make them in their very own basement. Any Fire Breathers that find themselves in the vicinity of Bramwell should pop into the old Garrahan HQ, see if they can find any old suits lying around. || Melody ||
1827MTR06_SystemTerminal_Leads{{ ATTN: All Active Fire Breathers {{ SUBJ: Scouts for AMS HQ ___________________________ We've got a good lead on some tech that should make blowing holes in the Scorched easier, and we're looking for volunteers to go collect. The crew will be cutting a route across the mountains to get there, since Big Bend's still in the hands of the freaks, then heading into the heart of Watoga, which has apparently gone haywire without proper adult supervision. For this reason, any volunteers will be outfitted with only the finest in firepower. All interested, please speak to Lieutenant Madigan. || Melody ||
1828MTR06_SystemTerminal_Leads{{ ATTN: All Active Fire Breathers {{ SUBJ: Big Bend Off Limits ___________________________ As many of you've heard by now, we've traced the influx of Scorched to a single source - Big Bend Tunnel. Initial reports suggest the parties we've run across so far are only the beginning. Now, we're not going to sit on our thumbs while these things make their way into the Heap, but we're not about to waste lives by rushing in without a plan. So until further notice, all patrols and scouting parties should steer clear of Big Bend Tunnel and the surrounding area. And no one leaves the station without a firearm. || Melody ||
1829MTR06_SystemTerminal_Schematics{{ {{ BALLISTIC MOD {{ SCHEMATICS {{ ISSUED! {{ {{ ::10mm:: {{ ::10mm SMG:: {{ ::Assault Rifle:: {{
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1833MTR06_SystemTerminal_Schematics{{ {{ BALLISTIC MOD {{ SCHEMATICS {{ ISSUED! {{ {{ ::Handmade Guns:: {{ ::Pipe Guns:: {{ ::Submachine Gun:: {{
1834MTR06_SystemTerminal_Schematics{{ {{ BALLISTIC MOD {{ SCHEMATICS {{ ISSUED! {{ {{ ::Combat Shotgun:: {{ ::Double-Barrel Shotgun:: {{ ::Pump Action Shotgun:: {{
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1836MTR07_EarthConsoleYour Rockhound Excavator is powered by four Ignition Reactors that utilize proprietary technology developed by our research team at Hornwright Industrial. These reactors use an Ignition Core refueling system that should ensure an endless supply of energy to keep your operation in business for years to come. Ignition Cores can be purchased from our parts department, or you can construct them using the included blueprints that have been uploaded to your data device. --==Ignition Core Blueprints Uploaded==-
1837MTR07_EarthConsole--==WARNING==-- You are not an authorized owner of the Mount Blair facility. If you believe you're recieving this message in error, please speak to your shift supervisor or contact Maintenance.
1838MTR07_EarthConsoleStandard Bulletin ST17-44PRD From: Mary Blake, Hornwright Industrial Public Relations Code: HI09-21ABR Subject: Sample "Welcome Package" Message Congratulations on your purchase of the Hornwright Industrial EXC-97 "Rockhound" Bucket-wheel Excavator unit! On behalf of everyone here at Hornwright, we'd like to welcome you to the tantalizingly lucrative world of strip mining. Your Rockhound is rated to move over 11,000 cubic meters of earth per hour and can operate with a crew of only twelve. Each of the buckets on the massive cutting wheel are cast from solid black titanium, ensuring every cut will remain accurate and deep. If you have any questions, feel free to call our Rockhound Technical Team twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Happy hunting! Daniel Hornwright CEO Hornwright Industrial
1839MTR07_EarthConsoleTechnical Bulletin HI09-21PIC From: Don Mobley, Lead Tech Hornwright Industrial Code: HI09-21ABR Severity: Green Reports are surfacing that properly calibrated Ignition Cores are draining in three minutes. As a result, all reactors need to be adjusted from 2200MWe to 1750MWe. This will allow the Ignition Cores to remain in operation for a longer amount of time before replacement is required. We're working hard to increase efficiency, so please stay tuned.
1840MTR07_EarthConsoleTechnical Bulletin HI09-33MDC From: Don Mobley, Lead Tech Hornwright Industrial Code: HI09-33MDC Severity: Red We've had an emergency shutdown today on the Rockhound due to hydraulic fluid loss in the main drive shaft. We've traced the leak to some faulty seals on the main fluid reservoir. A standard safety check should have detected this issue before it became critical. There was over 6,000 gallons of fluid soaking into the ground which nobody on the Mount Blair team seemed to notice. This is unacceptable. Seal replacement and tank refill should take approximately two days to fix. We'll be deducting downtime losses from your paychecks.
1841MTR07_EarthConsoleTechnical Bulletin HI09-76PPI From: Don Mobley, Lead Tech Hornwright Industrial Code: HI09-21ABR Severity: Orange Due to increasing demand from headquarters, we're adding a third shift (11PM-7AM). Full twenty-four hour operation of the Rockhound requires that the wheel buckets get changed every three days. Please adjust your schedules accordingly. Failure to comply will result in immediate termination as per Hornwright Employee Agreement R/768ALI-091PRSN.
1842MTR08_LodeBaring02_MineSystemTerminalConnection to USGS-Main-01.... FAILED Connection to HI-Main... FAILED Seismic event magnitude UNKNOWN. Automated sensors detect multiple class SEVERE structural faults. All human supervisors must monitor Auto-Miners and collect ore and precious metals until the situation demands mining cessation. Hornwright Industrial offers a generous Hazard Bonus for Supervisors who leave the mine with less than two minutes before complete structural collapse.
1843MTR08_LodeBaring02_MineSystemTerminal!!EMERGENCY LOCK!! Please monitor Auto-Miners until mine structural is facing immediate failure.
1844MTR08_LodeBaring02_MineSystemTerminal!!EMERGENCY LOCK!! Please monitor Auto-Miners until mine structural is facing immediate failure.
1845MTR11_Terminal_AThe expected network of "AMS_AutoMinerNetwork01" could not be found. ... The attempted connection of "JustWorkDammit01" was not successful. ... Please contact an AMS Service Representative.
1846MTR11_Terminal_A_Sub01Took me damn-near a half-year, but I finally finished lugging these Auto-Miner pods from the AMS warehouse. I ended up tearing my left arm off trying to get the last one into position. Reminds me of when I moved in my first apartment in Beckley and refused Pa's help with the refrigerator. I broke a finger getting that thing up the stairs, but at least I did it on my own... And unlike my fragile, fleshy digits of yesteryear, I can just get a whole new arm now! Assuming I can find one, that is. Real glad Pa wasn't around to see the bombs. Miss ya, old man.
1847MTR11_Terminal_A_Sub01Day in day out, watching the fellas dig away. I'm needing to run maintain on the boys at least once a week now; the blasted heat is starting to really give their cooling units a run for their money. If I didn't know better, I'd swear I saw sweat dripping down poor Alan's chassis the other day. Oh, I may not have mentioned: I gave them names a while ago. Alan, Benny, Carlos. I'd been calling them A, B and C for so long, it kind of made sense. And the fact that those also happen to be the names of my exes? Well, you pointed it out, not me.
1848MTR11_Terminal_A_Sub01The heat is getting worse the deeper we dig. I've been meaning to stop, maybe even move to a new mine, but then a few moments later the thought has completely left my mind... Wonder what's going on there, yeah? Anyway, the guys keep going into a "safe mode" when the temperature gets too steamy: which is another thing I keep forgetting about. I'll yell out, "Benny! Bring me an ice-cold Nuka-Cola!" And then I'll remember it's way too hot to have any ice-cold Nukes lying around. And then I'll remember the Auto-Miners can't respond to those kinds of voice commands. And then I'll remember that I don't actually have a mouth to drink with anyway. And THEN I'll remember the Miners are stuck in Safe-Mode... But... Here's hoping this whole "fiery mine of death" thing blows over sometime soon so we can get back to work.
1849MTR11_Terminal_BThe expected network of "AMS_AutoMinerNetwork01" could not be found. ... The attempted connection of "JustWorkDammit01" was not successful. ... Please contact an AMS Service Representative.
1850MTR11_Terminal_CThe expected network of "AMS_AutoMinerNetwork01" could not be found. ... The attempted connection of "JustWorkDammit01" was not successful. ... Please contact an AMS Service Representative.
1851MTR_Terminal_Main_LORE_HR=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Train Yard Admin Panel =|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= ERROR: No employee hours recorded.
1852MTR_Terminal_Main_LORE_HR=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Train Yard Admin Panel =|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Due to the most recent incident with communist and union spies, all new employees must be registered in person at Supervisor Haugstad's office, with proof of non-communist loyalty. Supervisor Haugstad also requires that all new employees must answer a trivia question about trains. This is part of his new "Train the Trainees" program.
1853MTR_Terminal_Main_LORE_HR=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Train Yard Admin Panel =|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= The following benefits apply to all employees: =|=|=|=> Weekends: Provided weekly. =|=|=|=> Punch Cards: Provided free of charge. =|=|=|=> A sense of pride and accomplishment. The following benefits apply only to senior managment: =|=|=|=> Train Whistles: Free of charge. =|=|=|=> Gauranteed paydays.
1854MTR_Terminal_Sub_LORE_HR|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Marsha Carroll |=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Offences: 5 Severity: Major Description of recent offense: Complained that she isn't getting enough lunch time. Threatened to start a union. Action: Supervisor Haugstad recommends termination.
1855MTR_Terminal_Sub_LORE_HR|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Mark Gaither |=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Offences: 30 Severity: Minor Description of recent offense: All offenses are exactly the same. Mark strokes the train's caboose quietly before work, whispering to it. Nobody has witnessed anything more, but... Action: Supervisor Haugstad recommends termination and changing the gate locks.
1856MTR_Terminal_Sub_LORE_HR|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Chaz Prestien |=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Offences: 1 Severity: Major Description of recent offense: "Chaz is a communist spy, he said so at lunch." --Described by Marcia Thorston last week. Action: Supervisor Haugstad recommends termination and contacting legal.
1857MTR_Terminal_Sub_LORE_HR|=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Franklin Norton |=|=|=|=|=|=|=|= Offences: 3 Severity: Major Description of recent offense: Chased a new trainee out of the train yard while making train noises. Action: Supervisor Haugstad recommends termination.
1858nativeBankMegaSecurityDoorTerminalSecurity locks released. Opening door...
1859nativeBankMegaSecurityDoorTerminalSecurity locks released. Opening doors...
1860nativeBankMegaSecurityDoorTerminalSecurity locks engaged. Sealing door...
1861nativeBankMegaSecurityDoorTerminalSecurity locks engaged. Sealing doors...
1862nativeBlastShieldTerminalMaglock released. Opening blast shield...
1863nativeBlastShieldTerminalMaglocks released. Opening blast shields...
1864nativeBlastShieldTerminalMaglock engaged. Closing blast shield...
1865nativeBlastShieldTerminalMaglocks engaged. Closing blast shields...
1866nativeDeconArchControlTerminalPressurizing Decontamination Mist... done. Activating Nozzles... done. The Decontamination System is now active.
1867nativeDeconArchControlTerminalPressurizing Decontamination Mist... done. Activating Nozzles... done. The Decontamination System is now active.
1868nativeDeconArchControlTerminalInitiating controlled shutdown... done. The Decontamination System is now inactive.
1869nativeDeconArchControlTerminalInitiating controlled shutdown... done. The Decontamination System is now inactive.
1870nativeDisplayCaseTerminalDisplay case seal released. Opening case...
1871nativeDisplayCaseTerminalDisplay case seals released. Opening cases...
1872nativeDisplayCaseTerminalDisplay case seal engaged. Closing case...
1873nativeDisplayCaseTerminalDisplay case seals engaged. Closing cases...
1874nativeDoorTerminalOpening door... done.
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1878nativeGarageDoorActivatorTerminalOpening garage door...
1879nativeGarageDoorActivatorTerminalOpening garage doors...
1880nativeGarageDoorActivatorTerminalClosing garage door...
1881nativeGarageDoorActivatorTerminalClosing garage doors...
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1883nativeGarageDoorTerminalOpening garage doors... done.
1884nativeGarageDoorTerminalUnlocking garage door... done.
1885nativeGarageDoorTerminalUnlocking garage doors... done.
1886nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Iron reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursors. --- --- --- --- COMPLETE. --- Deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1887nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Black Titanium reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1888nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Aluminum reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1889nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Coal reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1890nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Copper reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1891nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Lead reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1892nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Gold reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1893nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Silver reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1894nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Uranium reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1895nativeMTR01_AshforgeQuestSubterminal--- Ultracite reclamation initiated. --- Analyzing atmospheric status. --- Calculating air current directionality. --- Determining aerosolization precursor requirements. --- --- COMPLETE. --- Please deposit precursors at designated burn sites. --- --- WARNING: Hazardous conditions may be present at burn site!
1896nativeProtectronTerminal...Accessing pod... ...Pinging Protectron Unit... ...Broadcasting shut-down signal... Please ensure that Charge Pod is unobstructed.
1897nativeProtectronTerminal...Accessing pod... ...Initializing unit... ...Loading assigned subroutines... Please advise any personnel standing near the charge pod to make way.
1898nativeProtectronTerminalPersonalitySubMenuPersonality parameter reset.
1899nativeProtectronTerminalPersonalitySubMenuPersonality parameter reset.
1900nativeProtectronTerminalPersonalitySubMenuPersonality parameter reset.
1901nativeProtectronTerminalPersonalitySubMenuPersonality parameter reset.
1902nativeProtectronTerminalPersonalitySubMenuPersonality parameter reset.
1903nativeRobotTerminal...Initiating shutdown procedure... ...Broadcasting shutdown signal... Shutdown complete.
1904nativeRobotTerminal...Accessing robots... ...Initializing boot sequence... ...Loading assigned subroutines... Activation complete.
1905nativeRobotTerminal...Loading assigned subroutines... ...Scrambling...
1906nativeRobotTerminalPlease do not operate unless you have undergone apporpriate training.
1907nativeSafeTerminal...Checking Clearance............. ...AUTHORIZED..................... ...Disabling Locking Mechanism.... ...done.
1908nativeSafeTerminal...Checking Clearance............. ...AUTHORIZED..................... ...Disabling Locking Mechanism.... ...done.
1909nativeSwitchDoorTerminalSecurity lock engaged. Sealing door...
1910nativeSwitchDoorTerminalSecurity locks released. Opening doors...
1911nativeSwitchDoorTerminalSecurity locks engaged. Sealing doors...
1912nativeSwitchDoorTerminalSecurity lock released. Opening door...
1913nativeTurretTerminalShutting down all connected turrets... ...done.
1914nativeTurretTerminalActivating all connected turrets... ...done.
1915nativeTurretTerminalRemoving targeting restrictions... ...done.
1916nativeTurretTerminalTurret operation should be limited to trained professionals only. Consumer commands are limited to activation/deactivation of the turret(s) hardlined to this terminal. For all other operations, please refer to a licensed technician. Any tampering will void warranty and indemnify the manufacturer against potenial injury and/or death caused to users or passers-by.
1917nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal10mm Round selected
1918nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal.308 Round selected
1919nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal.38 Round selected
1920nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal.44 Round selected
1921nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal.45 Round selected
1922nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal.50 Round selected
1923nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal5.56 Round selected
1924nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminal5mm Round selected
1925nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminalFusion Cell selected
1926nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminalGamma Cell selected
1927nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminalPlasma Cartridge selected
1928nativeWorkshopCollectorAmmoTerminalShotgun Shell selected
1929nativeWorkshopCollectorFoodTerminalBlamco Brand Mac and Cheese selected
1930nativeWorkshopCollectorFoodTerminalFancy Lads Snack Cakes selected
1931nativeWorkshopCollectorFoodTerminalPreserved InstaMash selected
1932nativeWorkshopCollectorFoodTerminalSalisbury Steak selected
1933nativeWorkshopCollectorFoodTerminalSugar Bombs selected
1934nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalAll Scavenge selected
1935nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalLoose Gears selected
1936nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalCircuits selected
1937nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalLoose Springs selected
1938nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalMolded Plastic selected
1939nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalCeramic Scrap selected
1940nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalAluminum Scrap selected
1941nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalRaw Cloth selected
1942nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalCrystal Shards selected
1943nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalFiberglass Spool selected
1944nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalFiber Optics Bundle selected
1945nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalWaste Oil selected
1946nativeWorkshopCollectoScavengeTerminalLoose Screws selected
1947nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 2 seconds
1948nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 1 second
1949nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 1/2 seconds
1950nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 1/4 seconds
1951nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 5 seconds
1952nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 4 seconds
1953nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 3 seconds
1954nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 1/8 second
1955nativeWorkshopDelaySwitchTerminalSetting time to: 10 seconds
1956nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSetting random light colors on all connected light boxes.
1957nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetColorBrightnessSetting light color
1958nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetColorBrightnessSetting light color
1959nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetColorBrightnessSetting light color
1960nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 3 seconds
1961nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 6 seconds
1962nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 1 second
1963nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 8 seconds
1964nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 2 seconds
1965nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 4 seconds
1966nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 10 seconds
1967nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 5 seconds
1968nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 9 seconds
1969nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTimeSetting time to: 7 seconds
1970nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTypeSetting color cycling to: Random
1971nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTypeSetting color cycling to: Sequential
1972nativeWorkshopLightboxTerminalSubMenuSetCycleTypeSetting color cycling to: Off
1973nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 3
1974nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 6
1975nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 1
1976nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 5
1977nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 2
1978nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 9
1979nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 8
1980nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 4
1981nativeWorkshopPowerCounterTerminalSetting cycle count to: 7
1982nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to D3.
1983nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to G3#.
1984nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to C3#.
1985nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to A3#.
1986nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to E3.
1987nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to B3.
1988nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to A3.
1989nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to D3#.
1990nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to G3.
1991nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to C3.
1992nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to F3.
1993nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to F3#.
1994nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to D4#.
1995nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to A4.
1996nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to B4.
1997nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to D4.
1998nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to F4.
1999nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to C4.
2000nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to A4#.
2001nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to C4#.
2002nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to G4#.
2003nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to C5.
2004nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to F4#.
2005nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to E4.
2006nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSetting pitch to G4.
2007nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 0.
2008nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 5.
2009nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 8.
2010nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 1.
2011nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 6.
2012nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 2.
2013nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 4.
2014nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 7.
2015nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 3.
2016nativeWorkshopSpeakerTerminalSubMenuSetOctaveSetting octave to 9.
2017nativeWorkshopSpotlightTerminalConnected spotlights now set to target hostiles.
2018nativeWorkshopSpotlightTerminalConnected spotlights now set to target admin user.
2019nativeWorkshopSwitchTerminalTurning on all connected switches.
2020nativeWorkshopSwitchTerminalTurning off all connected switches.
2021nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 10 seconds
2022nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 2 seconds
2023nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 9 seconds
2024nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 4 seconds
2025nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 7 seconds
2026nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 5 seconds
2027nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 6 seconds
2028nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 1 second
2029nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 8 seconds
2030nativeWorkshopTimerSwitchTerminalSubMenuSetIntervalSetting time to: 3 seconds
2031nativeWorkshopTripwireTerminalArming all connected optical sensors.
2032nativeWorkshopTripwireTerminalDisarming all connected optical sensors.
2033nativeWorkshopTripwireTerminalSubMenuTargetConnected optical sensors now set to trigger on any intruder.
2034nativeWorkshopTripwireTerminalSubMenuTargetConnected optical sensors now set to trigger on hostiles only.
2035NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 10-3-77: 52,180,000lb Monday 10-4-77: 137,600,000lb Tuesday 10-5-77: 128,220,000lb Wednesday 10-6-77: 141,502,000lb Thursday 10-7-77: 140,270,900lb Friday 10-8-77: 133,098,100lb Saturday 10-9-77: 64,096,300lb Weekly Load Total:796,967,300lb
2036NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 10-11-77: 49,506,100lb Monday 10-12-77: 128,990,200lb Tuesday 10-13-77: 143,820,000lb Wednesday 10-14-77: 140,001,100lb Thursday 10-15-77: 134,829,200lb Friday 10-16-77: 132,089,000lb Saturday 10-17-77: 56,201,000lb Weekly Load Total:785,436,600lb
2037NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 10-17-77: 48,060,400lb Monday 10-18-77: 132,901,000lb Tuesday 10-19-77: 138,064,900lb Wednesday 10-20-77: 139,355,000lb Thursday 10-21-77: 135,226,800lb Friday 10-22-77: 142,002,300lb Saturday 10-23-77: 478,200lb Weekly Load Total:736,088,600lb
2038NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 10-24-77: 478,200lb Monday 10-25-77: 478,200lb Tuesday 10-26-77: 478,200lb Wednesday 10-27-77: 478,200lb Thursday 10-28-77: 478,200lb Friday 10-29-77: 478,200lb Saturday 10-30-77: 478,200lb Weekly Total: 3,347,400lb
2039NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 10-31-77: 478,200lb Monday 11-1-77: 478,200lb Tuesday 11-2-77: 478,200lb Wednesday 11-3-77: 478,200lb Thursday 11-4-77: 478,200lb Friday 11-5-77: 478,200lb Saturday 11-6-77: 478,200lb Weekly Total: 3,347,400lb
2040NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 11-7-77: 478,200lb Monday 11-8-77: 478,200lb Tuesday 11-9-77: 478,200lb Wednesday 11-10-77: 478,200lb Thursday 11-11-77: 478,200lb Friday 11-12-77: 478,200lb Saturday 11-13-77: 478,200lb Weekly Total: 3,347,400lb
2041NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 11-14-77: 478,200lb Monday 11-15-77: 478,200lb Tuesday 11-16-77: 478,200lb Wednesday 11-17-77: 478,200lb Thursday 11-18-77: 478,200lb Friday 11-19-77: 478,200lb Saturday 11-20-77: 478,200lb Weekly Total: 3,347,400lb
2042NewRiverGorgeBridge_TerminalSunday 11-21-77: 478,200lb Monday 11-22-77: 478,200lb Tuesday 11-23-77: 478,200lb Wednesday 11-24-77: 478,200lb Thursday 11-25-77: 478,200lb Friday 11-26-77: 478,200lb Saturday 11-27-77: 478,200lb Weekly Total: 3,347,400lb
2043NukaColaPlantProductDevelopment_TerminalDeskProduct Code: NCB02-A6A1 Product Codename: Walrus Version: .96 Public Facing Name: Nuka-Cola Quantum Current Variant Notes: Replace Sr-85 with Sr-90 (sythesis process too costly)
2044NukaColaPlantProductDevelopment_TerminalDeskProduct Code: NCB02-A6A1 Product Codename: Walrus Version: 1.02 Public Facing Name: Nuka-Cola Black Current Variant Notes: Replace Coffee Base for Dextromethamphetamine
2045NukaColaPlantProductDevelopment_TerminalDeskProduct Code: NCO-O22R Product Codename: Fur Seal Version: .86 Public Facing Name: Nuka-Cola Orange Current Variant Notes: Use Pear Brandy as a flavor base; cut intense aftertaste with trace Arsenic
2046NukaColaPlantProductDevelopment_TerminalDeskProduct Code: NCQZ-DR43 Product Codename: Angry Beaver Version: .54 Public Facing Name: Nuka-Cola Quartz Current Variant Notes: Try adding non-soluable sugar flakes to simulate quartz and see if that counteracts the cavitation issues from previous versions.
2047NukaColaPlantSignin_TerminalDeskWelcome to Nuka-Cola's sample and tasting program! Your feedback is a vital part of the process of developing the next generation in dynamic beverage experiences for your fellow Nuka-Cola brand loyalists! Please read and sign the Release of Liability and then proceed to your assigned station where an attendant will walk you through the process.
2048NukaColaPlantSignin_TerminalDeskWAIVER AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK I, ______________________ ("The Tester"), hereby fully waive and release Nuka-Cola Corporation ("the Company"), from any and all claims for personal injury, property damage, or death that may result from my participation in the following activities: - Sampling of Unidentified or Codenamed Liquids - Sampling of Unidentified or Codenamed Food Stuffs - Accidental Exposure to Radiation, Carcinogens, Hazardous Waste, Fumes (may be odorless and invisible), Non-Standard Spacetime Zones, Microbes, and/or Mysterious Patterns. ("activities"): I hereby voluntarily, at my own risk, sign this Waiver and Assumption of Risk in sole consideration of being permitted to use the Company's facilities or property and aid in the testing of unreleased products. I hereby acknowledge and understand that there are dangers and risks associated with the activities described above, which have been fully explained to me. I hereby agree to abide by all rules, instructions, policies and procedures imposed by the Company relating to the use of the facilities or property. By signing this Waiver and Assumption of Risk, I fully assume the dangers and risks, and agree to use my best judgment while engaging in those activities. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Company, its employees, agents, officers, fellow testers, and the United States Navy from and against any and all liability incurred as a result of or in any manner related to my participation in the activities. I hereby certify that I am of legal age and competent to execute this Waiver and Assumption of Risk, that in doing so of my own free will and accord, voluntarily and without duress, and that I do so intending to bind myself, my executor, my heirs, and administrators or assigns to the fullest extent. I have read and understood the foregoing, and acknowledge my consent to the terms of this Waiver & Assumption of Risk by signing this Waiver. Signed & Dated:____________________ Witness: __________________________ Name: ____________________________ Address: __________________________ Telephone: ________________________
2049NukaColaPlantSignin_TerminalDeskProtection of Confidential Information 1.101 Precautions The Receiving Party ("The Tester") shall take reasonable precautions to protect Confidential Information from unauthorized use or disclosure. Such precautions are to be not less than those Nuka-Cola Corporation ("The Company") uses for its own information of comparable nature and value. 1.102 Use of Confidential Information (a) The Tester must obtain the The Company's prior written consent to any use by The Tester of Confidential Information (each type of such use, a "Permitted Use"). (b) IF: As clearly shown by written evidence, the parties are entering into this Agreement in conjunction with any activity listed below in this subparagraph (b); THEN: The Company consents to The Tester's use of Confidential Information during the term of this Agreement to the extent reasonably necessary for the corresponding Permitted Use. 1.103 Disclosure of confidential information (a) The Tester may not disclose Confidential Information except (i) as specified in this Agreement or (ii) with The Company's prior written consent. Each such disclosure is referred to as a "Permitted Disclosure." (b) As one illustrative example of a disclosure of Confidential Information, The Tester may not confirm, to any third party, any correlation or similarity between Confidential Information and information from any other source, except as otherwise permitted by this Agreement or with The Company's prior written consent. 1.104 Disclosures compelled by law The Tester may disclose confidential informa-tion when compelled by law, for example in response to a subpoena or a search warrant, in a securities filing, subject to the conditions that The Tester must: (i) advise The Company as far in advance of such a disclosure as practicable; and (ii) provide reasonable cooperation with any efforts by The Company, at The Company's request and expense, to limit the disclosure and/or to obtain legal protection for the information to be disclosed. 1.105 Compliance with law governing disclosures For the avoidance of doubt: (a) Compliance with law is required for all Tester disclosures and uses of Confidential Information, including for example all applicable laws governing disclosures of export controls, personal financial information, or personal health information not covered under the Release of Liability which must be signed prior to engaging in testing. (b) This provision does not itself authorize any particular disclosure by The Tester. 1.106 Cooperation against third-party misappropriation is required. (a) If so requested by The Company, The Tester will provide reasonable cooperation against third-party misappropriation of Confidential Information. (b) If so requested by The Company, The Company will reimburse The Tester for all reasonable expenses associated with such cooperation. 1.108 Reporting of known or suspected misappropriation is required. (a) The Company will promptly report to The Tester any known or suspected misappropriation of Confidential Information. (b) For the avoidance of doubt, The Tester need not so report to The Company if doing so would be prohibited by law. Signed:___________________________ Dated: ___________________________ Witness: __________________________ Name: ____________________________ Address: __________________________ Telephone: ________________________
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2051P01A_Nukashine_JudysTerminal_JournalI don't say this lightly - I nearly peed myself today. All was dark and quiet at the speakeasy, as expected. Until I went to the back room and came face to face with one single giant eyeball and a floating brain. I ran straight back home until Lewis could explain to me what a General Atomics Robobrain was doing in the cellar. He slipped a note under his door that said, "Need drink tester." I'm worried. How did he even get ahold of this technology? What is he using it for? When is he going to tell me what's going on?
2052P01A_Nukashine_JudysTerminal_JournalThe new pledges are thrilled about the Nukashine Initiative. They stayed up late to prepare the speakeasy for opening, and one even designed a professional label for us. I don't know if they would have joined the fraternity if not for all this. I don't know how to feel about it. I was excited about this at first - more excited than anyone. But now I feel like it's spiralling out of control. I think it's too late to stop. The money is spent, the word is out... and everyone's depending on me to bring this to fruition. Etpets have always been the underdogs, and for the first time ever, we're on top of the school. How could I possibly let them down?
2053P01A_Nukashine_JudysTerminal_JournalI had to lock the supply room at the speakeasy today. With everything that's going on in my mind these days, I'm bound to lose track of the password, so here it is: SHINE. Ironic, right? If anyone finds out what Lewis has back there, what he's adding to the Nukashine recipe... it will be bad. I hope I can forget about it and put on a good face for everyone. Tonight's the big night. Nukashine's invited to the biggest party of the year, and for once, Etpets are too. If anything goes wrong, I'll take the fall for them. I know this can't last forever. But... it'll be worth it. Right?
2054P01A_Nukashine_JudysTerminal_JournalI just found out that Lewis's mother works at General Atomics - not from him, of course. How we've known each other for this long without that coming up, I don't know. Anyways, that explains where he got the Robobrain from. It doesn't explain HOW he got it, if it's safe... if it's legal. Lewis wouldn't endanger the rest of us, right? "Biv" himself isn't so bad, but I can't have word getting out about him. Not until I know everything. Gosh... I just don't know if I even have time to investigate this.
2055P01A_Nukashine_TedsTerminal_MessagesTed, Could we please nail down the plans for transferring Nukashine to Pi House for your party? Lewis won't speak another word to me until I've scheduled a date, and he's the only one with the formula. By the way, that joke the Pi Mus were circulating about him got back to us. Not funny. His Nukashine is going to make your "eviction party" the event of the year. So no more cheap jokes at his expense, okay? Judy Lowell Eta Psi Chapter President
2056P01A_Nukashine_TedsTerminal_MessagesTed! I have some great news! Professor O. has a job for me! She says I'm a good fit, but the intern application requires two peer recommendations. The other Charlie wrote me one, and I was wondering if you could write me one! You said writing isn't your best skill, but I think you're pretty good! I even try to write like you sometimes! Do you think you could say some cool words about me? I tried to ask in person but you were always hungover. That's boss! I just hope you read this soon. Getting this internship would mean a lot to me AND my mom! Thanks Ted!
2057P01A_Nukashine_TedsTerminal_MessagesI forgot to include my name. Imagine me forgetting something that important on such an important request!
2058P01A_Nukashine_TedsTerminal_MessagesI forgot my name again. It's CHARLIE.
2059P01A_Nukashine_TedsTerminal_MessagesAre you even reading these messages, Ted? I know you're not, yet here I am, still typing them up for you. So you know, I also typed up a recommendation for Charlie in your name. I joined Pi Kappa Mu because I wanted to make the most of my college years, and you guys know how to live it up if nothing else. After blacking out four nights in a row, I realized that's ALL you know how to do. I'm no saint, but I care about the Pi Mus. I can't tell if you don't because you're a jerk, or because you're just too dumb. So I'm leaving. I want to stop being selfish and try to do something good for the world. My Humanities grade seems a good place to start. Enjoy your party. See you never, Daley
2060P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshopTerminalMade in the U.S.A. Version 8.31.84 -=R=O=B=C=O=- Custom Robotic Assembly Platform -=R=O=B=C=O=- See Manual for Operating Instructions and Warranty Information ©2075 RobCo Industries
2061P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_ReprogrammingSession Operator: (Calvin van Lowe) Model: (Assaultron) Serial Number: [001432C3] Status: [COMPLETED - Session log retrieved]
2062P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_ReprogrammingSession Operator: (Calvin van Lowe) Model: (Assaultron) Serial Number: [001432C3] Status: [COMPLETED - Session log retrieved]
2063P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_ReprogrammingSession Operator: (Calvin van Lowe) Model: (Assaultron) Serial Number: [SN:RX-0022CDF9] Status: [COMPLETED - Session log retrieved]
2064P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_StatusReports| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[BOPEEP-LOCAL]// | STATUS: //sent// |________________________________ Bo-Peep, Based on the topographical survey, it would appear the primary areas of interest are concentrated on the Western side of town. I'll focus my efforts there first. I hope the construction is as fast and discreet as you claim; my sister will be returning Sunday evening. Best, -Blacksheep P.S. Please send along the paperwork for the store. If we want to avoid suspicion, the sale will need to be finalized before the market value drops in Lewisburg. After all, I have high hopes for how effective our sightings will be!
2065P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_StatusReports| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[BOPEEP-LOCAL]// | STATUS: //sent// |________________________________ The Assaultron unit provided for Mary's Little Lamb is less than adequate. I'm unable to keep it running, let alone program a custom routine of any valuable effect. Can you imagine if it broke down mid-route? I've sent H.Q. some specifications. I hope they can deliver. Best, -Blacksheep
2066P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_StatusReports| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[BOPEEP-LOCAL]// | STATUS: //sent// |________________________________ The new model is... fantastic. Should I even ask how we acquired it? The stealth capabilities are beyond anything I've read about or studied-- just perfect. Thank you for coming through. The sightings I've staged so far have not stirred up enough public attention yet, however. I'll need to be a little more aggressive with future attempts. Best, -Blacksheep
2067P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_StatusReports| TYPE: AUTOMATED//TRANSMISSION:to:[BOPEEP-LOCAL]// | STATUS: //FAILURE TO CHECK-IN// |________________________________ OPERATIVE: BLACKSHEEP FAILURE: 1/2 THIS IS YOUR FIRST AND FINAL WARNING
2068P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_StatusReports| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[BOPEEP-LOCAL]// | STATUS: //sent// |________________________________ I understand the frustration from HQ. I am well aware of the costs, the risk. I am also aware of what happens if the Big Bad Wolf comes knocking. I do NOT appreciate the threats and they will NOT accelerate this process. The previous sightings simply lacked authenticity. I have a plan, but I need YOUR patience. -Blacksheep
2069P01B_Lying_02_RobotWorkshop_StatusReports| TYPE: AUTOMATED//TRANSMISSION:to:[HQ-RELAY-CHARLIE]// | STATUS: //FAILURE TO CHECK-IN// |________________________________ OPERATIVE: BLACKSHEEP FAILURE: 2/2 REQUEST FOR FIXER HAS BEEN FILED YOUR ASSIGNED FIXER: BIG BAD WOLF OPERATIVES ARE REQUESTED TO REMAIN IN-PLACE UNTIL ASSIGNED FIXER HAS ARRIVED.
2070P01B_Lying_OfficeTerminalUser: Calvin van Lowe ... ==================== ... Security Authorization: MISSING ... ==================== ... ACCESS DENIED ... ==================== ... REQUIRED: SECURITY AUTHENTICATION CODE
2071P01B_Lying_OfficeTerminal_PersonalNotesThis is Shelley. I wanted to make sure I left this someplace where you'd see it, Calvin. I'm leaving Lewisburg. It's gotten too dangerous here, and there's people I'm caring for now that need my protection. If you've come back, you'll know where to find me: where Mom and Dad said we'd always live someday. And if this is a "Sheepsquatch Hunter" reading this and listening to the tapes I left, well... I hope it's providing enough clues to pick up my brother's trail. I want to stay here until I've solved this, but... Alright, that's enough. Goodbye, Lewisburg.
2072P01B_Lying_OfficeTerminal_PersonalNotesBlacksheep, I saw the letter you left me in your bedroom. Very cute, but I don't need help following your trail. Your time is up, don't make this difficult. -The Big Bad Wolf
2073P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_Archives[System] Now beginning "Truth Seekers" meeting for April 2nd, 2070. This meeting will be auto-dictated for records. ================================================= [System] Roll call: Scott "Scoot" Conroy, Calvin "Cal" van Lowe, Ray Gary ==== [RAY] Okay, well, let's begin. The first order of business to bring up is Cal's ridiculous new haircut. [Unintelligible Laughter] [CAL] Yeah, alright, laugh it up. Like you don't know a thing or two about getting terrible haircuts, Scoot. [SCOOT] I've had the same haircut since grade school! [RAY] Exactly! [Unintelligible, Laughter] [RAY] Okay, okay, but down to business. Have you guys read about that "lumbering hairy beast" seen up by Grafton? [SCOOT] Already debunked by that guy over in Point Pleasant. Was just an old mine cart filled with dirty laundry. [RAY] Crud. Why's that guy looking into a Sheepsquatch sighting? Doesn't he have a "Mothman" to track down? [SCOOT] Maybe he finally decided to hunt for a REAL Cryptid. [RAY] Must be. I don't have anything else. Cal, anything turn up on your end? [CAL] No, I've... been... studying. Like, for-school-studying. [SCOOT] You what? [Unintelligible Laughter] [CAL] I'm serious! I need... I need to focus more. It's important I get into VTU. I... [Error: too quiet, unable to dictate] [RAY] Alright, alright, meeting adjourned. See you guys next month! [SYSTEM] Dictation stopped ====
2074P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_Archives[System] Now beginning "Truth Seekers" meeting for July 29th, 2072. This meeting will be auto-dictated for records. ================================================= [System] Roll call: Scott "Scoot" Conroy, Calvin "Cal" van Lowe, Ray Gary ==== [RAY] Okay, well... Let's get started on the, uh, final meeting of the Truth Seekers... for a while. [CAL] I guess I'll make a statement for the record. I will be beginning my first semester at Vault-Tec University in about a month, so I won't have time for cryptid hunting for a few years. [RAY] Congratulations again, Cal. [Error: too quiet, unable to dictate] [RAY] Well, uh, unfortunately I don't have much to report. There was a sighting last week over by Uncanny Caverns, but... turned out to just be an albino bear, so... Cal, anything? [CAL] Sorry, no. [RAY] Alright. Scoot? [SCOOT] No. [RAY] Meeting adjourned, then. [SYSTEM] Dictation stopped ====
2075P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_Archives[System] Now beginning "Truth Seekers" meeting for September 23rd, 2077. This meeting will be auto-dictated for records. ================================================= [System] Roll call: Calvin "Cal" van Lowe, Ray Gary ==== [RAY] Okay then, let's get started. It's good to have you back, Cal, even if it's just for today. I'm sorry the other members couldn't make it, some have to travel pretty far these days. [CAL] Oh, no problem... It's been so long, I'm just glad we could make the time. Still no word from Scoot? [RAY] No, he hasn't been around in months, he doesn't show up to these anymore. I'm just barely able to keep in touch with him these days. [CAL] Ah... That's... too bad. [RAY] Yeah. [CAL] So, I wanted to just talk a bit, see if you and the other members maybe have heard anything lately... Strange sightings, things wandering around the woods... The, uh, usual. [RAY] Not really. Just some random police reports of people thinking they saw something late at night-- but we pick up that kind of thing at least once or twice a month. Never leads to anything interesting. [CAL] I see. [RAY] And ever since I've been in the chair, it's... been harder for me to get around myself, so... It's... [CAL] Oh! Oh... I'm sorry, Ray, I didn't mean to... [RAY] It's fine. I've gotten used to it, been a few years, but it's made personal investigations harder. I mostly just try to make these meetings to pass knowledge on to the new guys. [CAL] Yeah... [Error: too quiet, unable to dictate] [CAL] Well, I really ought to be going, I'm just in town for work and... [RAY] Be well, Cal... I mean it. I see that look in your eyes.... Be well. [CAL] Yeah, of course, I... Yes. I will. [SYSTEM] Dictation stopped ====
2076P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_ResearchSeptember 18, 2077 Report: Witness reported something "unusual" wandering around Lewisburg shortly after 11pm. Police were notified, but no patrol car was dispatched. -- Comments: Something unusual walking around the streets at night? Hardly anything to write home about. Need to spread out more.
2077P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_ResearchOctober 4, 2077 Report: A "creature" spotted by a witness wandering around the hills near Uncanny Caverns. Witness reported this to the police station directly. Police statement claims the witness was visibly intoxicated-- likely a teen getting drunk behind the old sign again. -- Comments: I've had some good "luck" with Uncanny Caverns in the past, but this didn't go as well as I had hoped. Need to look for places with more reliable witnesses.
2078P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_ResearchOctober 6, 2077 After the last attempt, it's clear I'm going to need better resources to pull this off. Need to stay focused, remember what's important.
2079P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_SheepsquatchFebruary 20, 2070 Hunters: Me, Ray, Scoot Location: Farmland, Rt. 63 Rumor: Sheep disappearing. Exploring hypothesis that Sheepsquatch eats sheep. This one is Scoot's idea. -- Findings: I told the guys this was a stupid lead. I'd bet money that Scoot is a cannibal before the Sheepsquatch is! Turns out it was just the neighbor stealing the sheep... obviously.
2080P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_SheepsquatchApril 2, 2071 Hunters: Me, Ray, Scoot Location: Point Pleasant, Trails -- Rumor: Strange tracks found on trails near Point Pleasant. Provided by a fellow Cryptid hunter from the area. -- Findings: I had high hopes here, but we couldn't find any tracks.
2081P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_SheepsquatchMarch 25, 2071 Hunters: Just me Location: Uncanny Caverns, hills Rumor: Strange white animal spotted in the area -- Findings: I knew it, I knew it, I knew it! I just barely caught a glimpse: a beautiful white blur, long horns. It was on four legs-- surprising, but why haven't I considered that? It's real! It's really real! I need to tell Scoot and Ray.
2082P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_SheepsquatchOctober 20, 2071 Stop it. It's been months. It's not real. Why do I have to keep reminding myself? What is wrong with me?
2083P01B_Lying_Office_PersonalNotes_SheepsquatchJuly 2, 2072 I have to stop. It's not real. I have to tell the guys I can't do this anymore. It's not real. I can't keep doing this to myself. It's not real. I have to study, I can't let this control my life. It is not real.
2084P01B_Lying_StoreTerminal_Orders===Order Form======== - Star-nosed Mole: Standing - Grizzly bear: Standing Hind legs - Largemouth Bass: Wall mount >>> Incoming: Client Comments >>> Hi there, Shelley. -D <<< Outgoing: Supplier Comments <<< Well, hello there, "D" -Shelley
2085P01B_Lying_StoreTerminal_Orders===Order Form======== - Bullhead Catfish: Wall mount - Bullhead Catfish: Centerpiece - Bullhead Catfish: Wall mount - Black bear: all fours >>> Incoming: Client Comments >>> So, what do you think? -D <<< Outgoing: Supplier Comments <<< I am available next week... I can't wait to see you. I wish we didn't have to talk this way, but I understand... And what is with this guy and catfish? Is he the same client from last month? -S
2086P01B_Lying_StoreTerminal_Orders===Order Form======== - Canada Goose: spread wings - Oxhorn Cigar Rack (custom piece) - Wood duck: sitting >>> Incoming: Client Comments >>> Ms. Van Lowe, It would appear a number of Holotape receipts have failed to be provided by your store over the last year or so. Deb's pop always had kind words for your family and shop, and he highly recommended I continue this business relationship when we took the reins. I'd hate to make changes over something so trivial, but the lack of receipts has been a real headache for our bookkeeping. Gregory Timmerman Clark Interiors and Furniture <<< Outgoing: Supplier Comments <<< I am so sorry, Mr. Timmerman. It seems our terminal in the storefront has been on the fritz. It will not happen again. Sincerely, Shelley van Lowe Van Lowe Taxidermy
2087P01B_Lying_StoreTerminal_Orders===Order Form======== - Insect Collection Display - Rainbow Trout: wall mount - Special order: Oak - Moose head - Imported - Black bear >>> Incoming: Client Comments >>> I'm sorry. I've told Greg that I will make paper copies of the receipts from now on. Can we talk? -Deb P.S. I think I saw your brother in town. Is he back? <<< Outgoing: Supplier Comments <<< Yes, Deb, we can talk again. I wasn't mad, I was just worried about you. I've missed you so much. And, yes, Calvin is back in town. He's on a "project" from work. I don't know, Deb, he's acting like his old self again. Going out in the middle of the night, locking himself away all day. I don't know what the make of it. I could really use that Birthday trip we talked about... if you're still up for it. Meet me here Friday night. -Shelley
2088P01B_Lying_StoreTerminal_Orders===Order Form======== [Insert Refunded Order] <<< Outgoing: Supplier Comments <<< Calvin is missing. He must have left when we were away, I think. That's the only thing that makes sense. When I got home, the office was locked, so I figured he was just in there... then a whole day went by and it was still locked. I banged and screamed, but there was no answer. I ended up taking an axe to the damn thing, if you can believe it. No sign of him. Something isn't right, I can just feel it. All of his belongings are still here... his work, research, even his clothes. He didn't just "leave" this time, he's... I don't know, missing... gone. I'm scared, I don't know what to do. I feel like this is my fault. -Shelley >>> Incoming: Client Comments >>> Shelley, calm down. Talk to the police. I'll make sure Greg can watch Carver tonight. We'll find him. -Deb
2089P01B_Lying_StoreTerminal_Orders===Order Form======== -- >>> Incoming: Client Comments >>> Shelley, you weren't in the shop. I couldn't think of anything else to do but leave another one of these tapes. Please be okay. Please find me when you read this. It's just Carver... He's getting so skinny, Shell, I don't know what to do. His cough, it's... terrible. I need you. We need you. -Deb
2090P01B_Mini_Albino01_SubTerminalI woke up at dawn like I usually do to get a head start on the sun. It's usual for a couple of deer to find their way into the field... but these weren't looking right. Their hides were filled with lesions and they were bleach-white. I tried scaring them off like I usually do and one of them charged me! The deer didn't do too much damage, the crops are fine. I'm going to wrap things up and head back up to the house; see how Winston's doing this morning.
2091P01B_Mini_Albino01_SubTerminalFinally - some good news! I was starting to get discouraged after tests 1 and 2 showed zero positive effects. Started feeling really bad about sticking Winston with needles for no reason. But Cure #3 shows promise. The ole' boy actually walked the rows with me today for this first time in months! Maybe this will be the one!
2092P01B_Mini_Albino01_SubTerminalGot back from Winston's vet appointment today. The diagnosis is on the end table. I just can't accept it. Winston's been my best bud since Mary passed. If they don't have a cure, then I'll make one myself! I've got a VTU chemistry degree - heck - my farm's successful because I know the science of it all! I'm gonna do all I can to help him.
2093P01B_Mini_Albino01_TerminalBeginning analysis Analyzing... Analyzing... Analyzing... Analysis complete. Substance contains compounds that suggest pharmacological applications. Presence of antibiotic and antiparasitic agents suggest possible veterinary medication.
2094P01B_Mini_Albino01_TerminalNote to self - replace the worn labels on the drums. Don't want to end up spraying the wrong stuff somewhere.
2095P01B_Mini_Albino01_TerminalRefilled the Aerosolizer today. A good amount of residue builds up at the bottom of the tank. Note to self - Collect residue samples analyze any imperfections with my formula. Testing kit's in the house.
2096P01B_Mini_Random01_RayTerminalLaura has been gone on a supply run for over 5 days. This has never happened before. I've tried to work up the courage to make my way down the stairs, but... what good would that do? Where could I even go? I'm thankful for the whiskey I had stashed away, but there's no food up here. Please be safe, Laura.
2097P01B_Mini_Random01_RayTerminalI'm starting to see things. People. I watched our wedding ceremony play out right here in the study. I keep experiencing visitors walking up the stairs. Mike, Glenn, Scoot, Jerry, Cal, Andrew, Shawn, Artie... Ran out of whiskey. Shared the last glass with a Sheepsquatch to bury the hatchet. I always knew it wasn't personal, I just got too close. I hear Laura humming downstairs. That means she's cooking. Smells delicious.
2098P01B_Mini_Random01_RayTerminalHad another visitor. Felt so real. His face was wrapped in bandages, but I knew that voice. Didn't think I'd see him so soon, figure he already left town... again. He brought another bottle from downstairs. Very thoughtful. No food though. He told me Laura isn't down there. I told him I know. Saw grandma later that night, too.
2099P01B_Mini_Random01_RayTerminalseeing more and more visitors. feeling weaker and weaker too. i should crack open that last bottle and call it a night. i love you laura
2100P01B_Mini_Random01_RayTerminalClear thoughts, if only for a moment... I never could tell them it was real. I didn't want them to end up like me... or worse. What's the point in finding out the truth? What did it get me? What did it prove? Why couldn't I just leave well enough alone. If I could still walk, if I never saw that damn thing, I'd be out there with Laura, we'd be surviving together. Laura, I'm sorry, please, make it home safe. why do i feel so cold now
2101P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_DocsCLEO (06/06) - Hopefully finding him a new home! CURLY (12/12) - Some little kitty boots DIEGO (03/11) - A new blanket DOROTHY (08/17) - A different blanket from Diego's ELMA (04/02) - Need ideas! MARI (11/17) - Something SPECIAL-- maybe a key shaped locket? MITCHELL (04/02 or 07/29) - Jingle toy PABBERS (06/10) - Imported canned tuna RUBY (10/24) - New grooming brush SPENCER (04/02 or 07/29) - Same as Mitchell, I guess? STRIDER (01/03) - A bell, dammit, and some more of that special diet food.
2102P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_Docs[System] Now beginning "Truth Seekers" meeting for August 10th, 2076. This meeting will be auto-dictated for records. ================================================= [System] Roll call: Scott "Scoot" Conroy, Ray Gary, Shelby O'Rourke ==== [RAY] Alright, well I'd like to start by welcoming our newest prospective member, Ms. Shelby O'Rourke. [SHELBY] Hi, it's good to be here! [RAY] Shelby here is writing a thesis statement for a master's program at Vault-Tec U. [SCOOT] Oh, well la-dee-da. [SHELBY] Right, I'm putting a specific emphasis on the study of Cryptids- [SCOOT] "Studies", pah, okay. Another one of these educated types. Great. [RAY] Scoot! Come on, stop being rude. [SCOOT] Why? Isn't she just another "academic" like our old friend Calvin? [RAY] Scoot, let's- [SCOOT] How long before she ditches us, too? Leaves us behind like some backwoods- [RAY] Scoot, this is getting- [SCOOT] Forget it, Ray! I'm not doing this again! Have a good life, Shelby! [Unintelligible, Clatter] [Error: too quiet, unable to dictate] [RAY] So... Shelby, that was, um... [SHELBY] That was a lot to process, so I think... [RAY] Yeah, I can imagine... [SHELBY] Work. Get back to that... Me, I mean. I'm going to... leave and get back to... [RAY] Yeah, I understand. Meeting adjourned. [SYSTEM] Dictation stopped === Scoot, I asked Laura to load this into your terminal while she's feeding your cats. Please read over these meeting notes and really consider your behavior. I can't even look Shelby in the eyes after this. She could have been a great resource for the club! -Ray
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2104P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_GhostsSeptember 24, 2077 Hunters: Me, Shawn Location: Abandoned House in Harpers Ferry First trip hunting a REAL phenomenon. The evidence on interacting with the spirit world is undeniable. We brought an old General Atomics BS7 transistor radio. Shawn says it's a perfect "Ghost Phone". Man, was he right. We got some of the craziest messages from this house. We kept hearing "Church" repeated over and over again. Shawn thinks that because the radio kept picking up the local religious stations, but I don't know. I just have this feeling. Need to look at some maps and consider next steps.
2105P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_GhostsOctober 18, 2077 Hunters: Me Location: Haven Church Despite what Shawn thinks, I took a drive out to Haven Church. Couldn't find anything there, BUT I asked around and hit the jackpot: apparently there's ANOTHER OLD CHURCH a few miles East of there. Said there was an accident with a sinkhole, some people died. I knew it! Typical. No one listens to ol' Scoot. I'll be heading out to where this old sunken church is supposed to be tomorrow.
2106P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_SheepsquatchFebruary 20, 2070 Hunters: Me, Cal, Ray Location: Farmland near Rt. 63 Me and the fellas took a road trip up north a bit. Heard rumors about sheep disappearing. Ray thought that maybe the Sheepsquatch eats sheep. I thought that was pretty dumb. OF COURSE, the farmers found out that a neighbor had been stealing them in the night. No Sheepsquatch evidence.
2107P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_SheepsquatchApril 2, 2071 Hunters: Me, Cal, Ray Location: Trails out by Point Pleasant A visiting member from Point Pleasant had mentioned some tracks to us out by where he lived. He said they weren't anything like what he's seen before. I told him that maybe the Mothman has him under mind-control. We drove out there anyway, stopped at a "Creamery" on the way-- pretty good! No Squatch to be found, though. No Sheepsquatch evidence.
2108P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_SheepsquatchAugust 28, 2072 Hunters: Me, Ray Location: Land out near Watoga Ray wasted his time. I know he just brought me out to try to calm me down. Well screw him. Screw Cal. Screw the both of them. Cal thinks he's so god damn smart. I don't need him. NO SHEEPSQUATCH! NO SHEEPSQUATCH! NO SHEEPSQUATCH!
2109P01B_Mini_Random01_ScootsTerminal_SheepsquatchDecember 29, 2072 Hunters: Me Location: Hills behind Uncanny Valley I stopped off here on the way back from visiting Mom at home. I wanted to prove it to myself that this new sighting was a fake, even if Ray won't listen. "Undeniable proof" my ass. It was an albino deer! Ooooh! Scary! I wish Cal was there so I could laugh in his stupid face. HA HA HA. What a terrible and mighty Sheepsquatch! LOSER. CONCLUSION: THERE IS NO SHEEPSQUATCH, LOSER VAN ASSHOLE!
2110P01B_Mini_Random02_PoliceTerminalMonongah Police Department Incident Report 1542 Received a request to answer a 10-91 animal sighted call at Mrs. Claybourne's residence. Upon arriving, she was barricaded in her house with a loaded shotgun. Following standard procedure, I serpentined across her yard and broke down her front door. Sweeping her legs out from under her, I disarmed her. Later that night I visited her in the hospital. Mrs. Claybourne was belligerent and initially refused to talk to me, using the phrase "dumbass, psycho cop." Eventually she relented and said her hip was healing nicely. Mrs. Claybourne reported that she had seen a large, threatening animal on her property. She claimed it was the size of a bear but walked upright. Returning to her residence I was only able to find one animal print. The rest had been trampled by SWAT and CSU staff. The print will be sent to forensics next week. Officer Jack Dimwiddy
2111P01B_Mini_Random02_PoliceTerminalMonongah Police Department Incident Report 1563 Officer responded to a 10-14, citizen with suspect in custody. Lights and sirens were authorized and used. Manager of the Foods and Goods was detaining a minor accused of theft. The perp, aka Johnny "booger" Wilkins, was cuffed and read his rights before being placed in the squad car. Perp proceeded to urinate in the squad car, while crying "I want my mommy." At the station house, the perp was placed in a holding cell. His mother arrived 37 minutes later. She took custody of the perp and filed a complaint of police harassment due to this being the third time this month Johnny "booger" Wilkins has been arrested. She paid 25 cents for the stolen pack of gum and the manager agreed not to press charges. Officer Dimwiddy
2112P01B_Mini_Random02_PoliceTerminalMonongah Police Department Incident Report 1599 Officer responded to a 10-54, livestock in the road. Upon approaching the scene, officer spotted the bovine offender standing in the middle of the road. It took 13 rounds to put down the suspect. As the officer was securing the scene for CSU, the offender's owner, one Sam Welch, approached the officer complaining that "Bessy never did no-one any harm." Having admitted to owning the offender, the officer arrested Sam Welch, cuffed him and secured him in the squad car. Sam Welch used repeated profane language and threats of violence against the officer. Additional charges were filed. Sam Welch was released on his own recognizance, threatening to make sure the officer "never got another drop of milk from his cows." Officer Dimwiddy
2113P01B_Mini_Robot01_SalsGrindersTerminal_Wolf| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[HQ-RELAY-BRAVO]// | STATUS: //NORMAL//sent// |________________________________ H.Q., This is Wolf. Relocated base of operations to a shop in Beckley. Owner MIA. Employees MIA. Customers MIA. The place is empty. Correction, the place is mine. Unrest in Beckley should keep snoopers away. If not, I can chase them off myself. Wolf out
2114P01B_Mini_Robot01_SalsGrindersTerminal_Wolf| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[HQ-RELAY-BRAVO]// | STATUS: //NORMAL//sent// |________________________________ H.Q., Wolf. Blacksheep continues to demonstrate incompetence. Overall assessment of progress is unsatisfactory. Assessment of Bo-Peep's handling of this case is unsatisfactory. They'll be given one more chance. Final demonstration soon. Will keep you informed. Wolf out
2115P01B_Mini_Robot01_SalsGrindersTerminal_Wolf03| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[HQ-RELAY-BRAVO]// | STATUS: //NORMAL// |________________________________ Downloading dead drop coordinates...
2116P01B_Wolf_AllanLogsWell, here I am. Back at home with the family... Ugh. What did I do to deserve this? I should've been more careful. If I hadn't run through dad's money like I did, I could be living it up on a tropical island somewhere and not back in coalsville. Damn it! "Investment advice" my ass. I guess I should be grateful to Aunt V for taking me in, at least, but... I don't even have my own room! I'm stuck slumming it on cousin Bryce's party couch until God-knows-when. Yuck.
2117P01B_Wolf_AllanLogsWell, Aunt V finally threw some work my way. Guess she got tired of me taking up space in her hot tub. The company just got a delivery of some prototype anti-robot machines of some kind, but they're INSANE. She doesn't want anything to do with them. So now it falls to me to dump them somewhere. Did the guys in R&D really expect us to sabotage the Hornwrights by electrocuting OURSELVES with these contraptions? Good grief.
2118P01B_Wolf_AllanLogsI found some sucker to offload the anti-robot things on. At least, I think he's a sucker. He made me kind of nervous, this "Mr. Wolf". Said he was a "business associate" of Aunt V's. Sounds slimy, but what do I care? Well, he creeped me out, but he paid well. Now I'm done with this business, and with spending money to boot. It doesn't sound like Aunt V much cares what I did with those machines. She's got a lot on her mind right now, I guess.
2119P01B_Wolf_EstateTerminal| TYPE: //TRANSMISSION:to:[HQ-RELAY-CHARLIE]// | STATUS: //EMERGENCY//sent// |________________________________ H.Q., Wolf here. I've secured some devices from Canary that should help. I hear using them will be painful, though. Very risky solo, but the other agents haven't arrived. I'm not waiting any longer. Going to set up the capture site in the hills northwest of Lewisburg. Should have that AWOL unit back in no time. But just in case... I'm leaving a spare key and plans nearby. Check the Wagon at the Garrahans'. Send another agent to pick them up, if it comes to it. Wolf out
2120P01C_BadgeTerminalWant to be a Pioneer Scout? We're always happy to bring new Pioneers into the fold! The first step is learning to swim as a Tadpole. Learn about archery, cooking, first aid and more! Please take all inquiries to your local Pioneer Scout Leader.
2121perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Loading assigned subroutines...
2122perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Broadcasting shut-down signal...
2123perkRoboticsExpertInterface!! Stand Back !! Self-Destruct sequence cannot be reversed. !! Stand Back !!
2124perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Injection 100% ...Query Sent ...Manual Directive Mode
2125perkRoboticsExpertInterface...Injection 100% ...Query Sent [WARNING!] ...Combat Inhibition: 0%
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2132POI079_TerminalWilsonMy name is Curtis Wilson. The BADTFL originally sent me out here to investigate the Free States movement. I worked closely with a local Sheriff, Scott Darcy. However, during the course of the investigation, we turned up vast conspiracies originating from our own government institutions. It became clear that if I wanted to get to the bottom of this, I would need to quit my job and do my own investigations. Then the war happened. And, we survived. Suddenly, doors that were shut tight were now wide open and unguarded. But, before we could get our answers and finish our investigations, Sheriff Darcy turned up dead under suspicious circumstances. I'm taking it as a sign that I should leave, and continue my investigations elsewhere when the time is right. The contents of my findings will remain inaccessible until then. The world needs to know.
2133POI086_GraftonTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2134POI086_GraftonTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [GRAFTON STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [MORGANTOWN STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2135POI086_GraftonTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2136POI087_MorgantownTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2137POI087_MorgantownTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [MORGANTOWN STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [GRAFTON STATION] ........... [SUTTON STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2138POI087_MorgantownTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2139POI088_SuttonTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2140POI088_SuttonTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [SUTTON STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [MORGANTOWN STATION] ........... [CHARLESTON STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2141POI088_SuttonTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2142POI089_CharlestonTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2143POI089_CharlestonTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [CHARLESTON STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [SUTTON STATION] ........... [WELCH STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2144POI089_CharlestonTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2145POI090_WelchTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2146POI090_WelchTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [WELCH STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [CHARLESTON STATION] ........... [LEWISBURG STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2147POI090_WelchTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2148POI091_LewisburgTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2149POI091_LewisburgTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [LEWISBURG STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [WELCH STATION] ........... [WATOGA STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2150POI091_LewisburgTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2151POI092_WatogaTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2152POI092_WatogaTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [WATOGA STATION] on [RED LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [LEWISBURG STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2153POI092_WatogaTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2154POI093_SunnytopTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2155POI093_SunnytopTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [SUNNYTOP STATION] on [BLUE LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [PLEASANT VALLEY STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2156POI093_SunnytopTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2157POI094_PleasantValleyTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2158POI094_PleasantValleyTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [PLEASANT VALLEY STATION] on [BLUE LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [SUNNYTOP STATION] ........... [THE WHITESPRING STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2159POI094_PleasantValleyTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2160POI095_TheWhitespringTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2161POI095_TheWhitespringTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [THE WHITESPRING STATION] on [BLUE LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [PLEASANT VALLEY STATION] ........... [R&G STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2162POI095_TheWhitespringTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2163POI096_R&GTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: DEBUG INFORMATION ::... :: TICKETING DISPENSER MALFUNCTION ::... :: PLEASE CONTACT STATION STAFF IMMEDIATELY ::... Remember, you can always purchase tickets at your local station counter! Thank you! Have a nice day!
2164POI096_R&GTrainStationTerminal...:: You are at [R&G STATION] on [BLUE LINE]. ...:: Connections available to: ........... [THE WHITESPRING STATION] Enjoy your ride!
2165POI096_R&GTrainStationTerminal:: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :: ERROR :::: ERROR :::: ERROR :: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: :::: $TRACK_SENSOR INVALID :::: Calculating estimated wait times... Next available train will arrive in ...... ...... 9999 [YEARS] ...... 9999 [DAYS] Thank you! Have a nice day!
2166POI279_KMAX_TerminalDeskFriends: Once again, the powers-that-be fail to allow speech to flow freely in the public square. Noted Mothman experts Professor Angus Dykstra was denied the ability to speak on college campuses throughout the state, despite other researchers having their travel and bookings be fully re-reimbursed by the state. The state decided that their research was non-scientific and not worth pursuing DESPITE not giving it the chance to be peer reviewed. TRUE SCIENTISTS OF BIOLOGY know that the Mothman is worth pursuing and will yield meaningful results DESPITE the best efforts of the state.
2167PowerPlant_TerminalMonongahPoseidon Power Management System v.18.2.101.4 INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Poseidon Power Management System, developed by Poseidon Energy, the world leader in energy technology. PPMS is a fully automated power management solution, capable of monitoring and maintaining a modern nuclear power plant and its distrubution network with minimal human oversight. POWER PLANT MANAGEMENT Dedicated PPMS Modules are responsible for controlling each of your plant's key subsystems: its Reactor, Generators, and Cooling Towers. In the event of a critical failure in any of these systems, PPMS will initiate a controlled shutdown of the plant, which will remain offline until all systems have been sufficiently repaired to allow the plant to be restarted safely. POWER DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT The PPMS Power Distribution Module conducts real-time demand monitoring, automatically recalibrating power generation to meet end-user needs without surges, brownouts, or the need for expensive load-balancing systems. MORE DETAILS Consult your operations manual for LEGAL NOTICE Poseidon Energy and/or its subsidiaries are not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use of PPMS. On-site human operators and maintainence personnel required by law.
2168PowerPlant_TerminalMonongahVerifying Subsystem Integrity... ...FAIL. ERROR 144: One or more plant subsystems has failed. All subsystems must be operational in order to initiate the restart process. Please repair the indicated subsystem(s). For more information, consult the About page or your operations manual.
2169PowerPlant_TerminalMonongahVerifying Subsystem Integrity... ...done. Accessing Reactor Control Interlink... ...done. Calibrating Reactor Control Rods... ...done. Rebalancing Generator and Cooling Systems... ...done. Restart complete. All systems nominal. is now operating at full capacity.
2170PowerPlant_TerminalPoseidonPoseidon Power Management System v.18.2.101.4 INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Poseidon Power Management System, developed by Poseidon Energy, the world leader in energy technology. PPMS is a fully automated power management solution, capable of monitoring and maintaining a modern nuclear power plant and its distrubution network with minimal human oversight. POWER PLANT MANAGEMENT Dedicated PPMS Modules are responsible for controlling each of your plant's key subsystems: its Reactor, Generators, and Cooling Towers. In the event of a critical failure in any of these systems, PPMS will initiate a controlled shutdown of the plant, which will remain offline until all systems have been sufficiently repaired to allow the plant to be restarted safely. POWER DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT The PPMS Power Distribution Module conducts real-time demand monitoring, automatically recalibrating power generation to meet end-user needs without surges, brownouts, or the need for expensive load-balancing systems. MORE DETAILS Consult your operations manual for LEGAL NOTICE Poseidon Energy and/or its subsidiaries are not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use of PPMS. On-site human operators and maintainence personnel required by law.
2171PowerPlant_TerminalPoseidonVerifying Subsystem Integrity... ...FAIL. ERROR 144: One or more plant subsystems has failed. All subsystems must be operational in order to initiate the restart process. Please repair the indicated subsystem(s). For more information, consult the About page or your operations manual.
2172PowerPlant_TerminalPoseidonVerifying Subsystem Integrity... ...done. Accessing Reactor Control Interlink... ...done. Calibrating Reactor Control Rods... ...done. Rebalancing Generator and Cooling Systems... ...done. Restart complete. All systems nominal. is now operating at full capacity.
2173PowerPlant_TerminalThunderMtPoseidon Power Management System v.18.2.101.4 INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Poseidon Power Management System, developed by Poseidon Energy, the world leader in energy technology. PPMS is a fully automated power management solution, capable of monitoring and maintaining a modern nuclear power plant and its distrubution network with minimal human oversight. POWER PLANT MANAGEMENT Dedicated PPMS Modules are responsible for controlling each of your plant's key subsystems: its Reactor, Generators, and Cooling Towers. In the event of a critical failure in any of these systems, PPMS will initiate a controlled shutdown of the plant, which will remain offline until all systems have been sufficiently repaired to allow the plant to be restarted safely. POWER DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT The PPMS Power Distribution Module conducts real-time demand monitoring, automatically recalibrating power generation to meet end-user needs without surges, brownouts, or the need for expensive load-balancing systems. MORE DETAILS Consult your operations manual for LEGAL NOTICE Poseidon Energy and/or its subsidiaries are not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use of PPMS. On-site human operators and maintainence personnel required by law.
2174PowerPlant_TerminalThunderMtVerifying Subsystem Integrity... ...FAIL. ERROR 144: One or more plant subsystems has failed. All subsystems must be operational in order to initiate the restart process. Please repair the indicated subsystem(s). For more information, consult the About page or your operations manual.
2175PowerPlant_TerminalThunderMtVerifying Subsystem Integrity... ...done. Accessing Reactor Control Interlink... ...done. Calibrating Reactor Control Rods... ...done. Rebalancing Generator and Cooling Systems... ...done. Restart complete. All systems nominal. is now operating at full capacity.
2176RelayTower01_TerminalHey Man, that console is on the fritz again. I thought you said you were gonna fix it... I swear, if it's still beeping when my next shift rolls around I'm gonna smash the shit out of it. Also, the game of chess we have going, you're only allowed to take one turn at a time and you CANNOT move my pieces. So on your next shift, take your ONE turn and leave my shit alone. Got it? Later man.
2177RelayTower01_TerminalHey Ted, boss isn't happy you left the dish repairs for the night shift. Says you're gonna hear from him... By the way, I don't hear any noises coming from that console. Must be in your head. As for our game... yeah, I just randomly move pieces around. I don't even know how to play chess, I've just been screwin' with you! Take it easy.
2178RelayTower01_TerminalI'm sure you guys know by now what's going on out there, it's pretty hard to miss... Just as a reminder, stick to your duties. During our shift we had multiple people try to get in and get supplies. This is still a restricted area, so DO NOT let anyone inside the perimeter. Keep the systems running, and stay safe...
2179RelayTower05_TerminalI'm getting pretty tired of all the earthquakes from the mining rattling everything apart. We do 4 to 5 times more work than the other relay sites because we're constantly having to put things back together! I'm thinking about relocating so I don't have to deal with this shit anymore. Oh, and there's a rumor going around that they're allowed to play chess over at B1-02... Chess! Gordy out.
2180RelayTower05_TerminalEh, stop your whining Gordy. It's better to be busy than bored. By the way, we got the crane in position and rigged up. It's up to you and Tom to get all the equipment up to the roof and start repairs on sat-1. Make sure Tom keeps your ladder steady, earthquakes and whatnot...
2181RespondersTerminal_MessagesEveryone, Please keep an eye out for Larry Pickerman, he's been missing for a couple of days. If you haven't met him, he's about six feet tall, brown hair, green eyes, age is about mid-50s. He came in with the last big group refugees. You might remember him as the electrician who decided to do some unsolicited work on our main computer. I'm sure he meant well, but we had to have him escorted out of the command center. Anyway, hopefully he's okay. He borrowed my only screwdriver and I really need it back, so if you see him, send him my way. - Jeff Nakamura
2182RespondersTerminal_MessagesI've been a member of the Responders almost from the start. Like all of you, I've put my life on the line to save the lives of others more times than I can remember. Our mission is important. That's why we can't let the Brotherhood of Steel push us around. Of course we'll help anyone where we can, but you all know that our resources are limited. The Brotherhood's been making increasing demands for resources and supplies in the name of holding back the Scorched. Well, the Scorched aren't the only threat around here, and the Responders aren't looking to fight a war. We're healers. We're teachers. We're not soldiers. When the Brotherhood comes asking for your ammo, your stimpaks, your water, whatever it is, think carefully. Someone out there might need those supplies to survive. If they ask you to join their ranks because you've got skills they can use, remember that we need those skills just as much, maybe more. We don't have the benefit of power armor and heavy weapons. All we've got is training, knowledge and courage. But that's been enough so far, and I hope we can keep it that way. I'm not saying the Brotherhood of Steel is our enemy. We're on the same side. But lately, we're not really friends, either. All I'm asking is that you stay focused on the mission - on OUR mission - no matter what they might ask of you. - Chavez
2183RespondersTerminal_MessagesSome sad news to share, everyone. Some of you might have heard about Rachel already, but for those who don't know, she's said goodbye to the Responders and joined the Brotherhood of Steel to work as a combat medic. We'll all miss her, and we wish her the best. In the meantime, the few medics we have left are working around the clock. We'll be starting the medical training program up again to help fill in the gaps. Please volunteer if you can spare the time. - Chavez
2184Responders_Terminal_SubObservationsResponders: Senior Members CHAVEZ, MARIA E Role: Senior Responder Assignment: Medical support, Responders HQ HUDSON, CLAIRE L Role: Chief Medical Officer Assignment: Inoculation project, AVR Medical KUMAR, SANJAY Role: Chief Engineer Assignment: Robot repair, Responder HQ LARKIN, MELODY K Role: Combat trainer Assignment: Field manual project, Black Mountain Ordnance Works NAKAMURA, JEFF T Role: Quartermaster Assignment: Reconnaissance and foraging, Morgantown
2185Responders_Terminal_SubObservationsABERNATHY, JERRY P Role: Guard/Escort Assignment: Protect supply trains between Responder HQ and local farms CASTLE, DEREK J Role: Guard/Escort Assignment: Rapid response team CHANG, VERONICA D Role: Field Medic Assignment: Rapid response team JONES, DARION T Role: Ammunition maker Assignment: Foraging, Black Mountain Ordnance Works MCKEE, CHELSEA R Role: Mechanic Assignment: Forest Watch project, robot maintenance, Responder HQ O'DELL, FELIX H Role: Emergency response trainer Assignment: Recruit training, Responder HQ STRAUSS, DAVID P Role: Computer technician Assignment: Terminal maintenance and re-programming, Responder HQ THOMPKINS, LILLIAN Role: Provisioner Assignment: Food and water resource management, Responder HQ TRAYJOR, KEVIN J Role: Field Medic Assignment: Rapid response team ZELNACK, RYAN T Role: Chems expert Assignment: Chems production, Responder HQ
2186RE_SceneTS06_TerminalThe Responders have a large network of repurposed Protectrons we use to assist the community. We love the little guys, but they tend to have...mishaps - faulty processing routines, mechanical jams, tripping on a rock and toppling down the entirety of Seneca Rocks - you know, the usual. So, with Sanjay's assistance we've cooked up something to help our robot pals. I'll explain how it works. - run DetectProtectronDistress.exe to find any Protectrons emitting a distress signal. This will give GPS data to track them. - if the unit is asleep or in low-power, run ReconfigProtectrons.exe - this basically reboots them and should solve most problems. (If not, please tell Sanjay!!!)
2187RobCoResearch_Engineer_CB_LoreTerminalShe's come online beautifully. Top of the line sensors courtesy of our existing Eyebot research. Adaptive protocols from our Protectrons. And a little extra "personality" from our partners over at General Atomics. Watoga won't exactly have an intelligence watching over her, but she'll be happy to see you in her city all the same.
2188RobCoResearch_Engineer_CB_LoreTerminalI don't understand why we're even doing this. We should just go for broke and let the city run itself. Who cares if the residents want their own mayor? Let me and my team create a fully autonomous solution and they won't WANT anything else. I've said my piece. We'll get it done. Make sure she's extra helpful. Full voice support.
2189RobCoResearch_Engineer_CB_LoreTerminalWe got them all set to join the convoy once the Army sends it around. General Atomics finally sent over their comm protocols, so they'll all be able to work together across the different models. You ask me, we shouldn't be trying to do this plus Watoga in the same facility. Civilian projects and military projects just don't mix well when they're sharing the same space. I know they're all robotics engineers, but the missions couldn't be more different. Military project people screw up, soldiers die. Civilian project people screw up, rich customers complain. Those two concerns are worlds apart.
2190RobCoResearch_HR_CB_LoreTerminalI know many of you grew up in this area and have concerns about who gets accepted into Watoga. But the requirements for approval are dictated by the highest levels of management. We have even rejected a number of RobCo fulltime employees from consideration.
2191RobCoResearch_HR_CB_LoreTerminalWe know you're happy at RobCo, and while we wouldn't dream of poaching from a partner, we really think General Atomics International is a better fit for your talents. We'd like you to consider what we have to offer. No obligation.
2192RobCoResearch_Reception_CB_LoreTerminalThe RobCo Research Center is the premier site of all of RobCo's joint research initiatives. We are proud to be partnering with Atomic Mining Services, Hornwright Industrial, and General Atomics International to provide industry with a variety of automated applications.
2193RobCoResearch_Reception_CB_LoreTerminalFinanced by Atomic Mining Services, the Watoga project aims to create a "city of the future" right here in Appalachia. All the civil services and municipal management needs will be handled by a variety of RobCo and General Atomics International robot models, from the RobCo Protectron to the General Atomics Mister Handy.
2194RS01_Contact_TerminalMainAll, I just wanted to remind everyone that the Fire Breathers unit is always looking for more manpower. If you think you've got what it takes to handle our toughest missions and take on the Scorched, then Melody and Madigan would love to meet you. Don't forget, it's a dangerous assignment, but it comes with benefits. You'll have top priority for both rations and ammunition. We ask the Fire Breathers to put their lives on the line, but we reward their bravery where we can. The job's not for everyone, but if you think you can handle the recruitment process and training, then I ask you to consider signing up. Thanks, - Chavez
2195RS01_Contact_TerminalMainWe just received another complaint about the Grafton mayor's office. This time the mayor is being accused of illegally soliciting funds for his reelection campaign. The mayor's assistant allegedly demanded a contribution in exchange for notarizing documents. This one is more serious than the last three. I'd better go check it out. Followup: An officer was sent to the mayor's office in Grafton. He found some irregularities with the mayor's assistant's procedures. A citation was issued to correct the problem. The officer noted that Grafton's mayor claims there aren't funds to make the changes. We'll let a judge sort it out. - Larkin
2196RS01_Contact_TerminalMain!! ATTENTION !! Responders and Responder Volunteers may use this terminal to access advanced training and additional resources. Report to the Responders Camp at Flatwoods to register as an official Volunteer.
2197RS01_Contact_TerminalSubPersonnelResponders: Senior Members CHAVEZ, MARIA E Role: Senior Responder Assignment: Medical support, Responders HQ HUDSON, CLAIRE L Role: Chief Medical Officer Assignment: Inoculation project, AVR Medical KUMAR, SANJAY Role: Chief Engineer Assignment: Robot repair, Responder HQ LARKIN, MELODY K Role: Combat trainer Assignment: Field manual project, Black Mountain Ordnance Works NAKAMURA, JEFF T Role: Quartermaster Assignment: Reconnaissance and foraging, Morgantown
2198RS01_Contact_TerminalSubPersonnelABERNATHY, JERRY P Role: Guard/Escort Assignment: Protect supply trains between Responder HQ and local farms CASTLE, DEREK J Role: Guard/Escort Assignment: Rapid response team CHANG, VERONICA D Role: Field Medic Assignment: Rapid response team JONES, DARION T Role: Ammunition maker Assignment: Foraging, Black Mountain Ordnance Works MCKEE, CHELSEA R Role: Mechanic Assignment: Forest Watch project, robot maintenance, Responder HQ O'DELL, FELIX H Role: Emergency response trainer Assignment: Recruit training, Responder HQ STRAUSS, DAVID P Role: Computer technician Assignment: Terminal maintenance and re-programming, Responder HQ THOMPKINS, LILLIAN Role: Provisioner Assignment: Food and water resource management, Responder HQ TRAYJOR, KEVIN J Role: Field Medic Assignment: Rapid response team ZELNACK, RYAN T Role: Chems expert Assignment: Chems production, Responder HQ
2199RS01_Contact_TerminalSubScorchedThe Scorched: A Field Study Dr. Claire Hudson Those of us struggling to survive in the post-war world face countless threats. The search for safe and sustainable sources of food and water would be enough to challenge anyone, but the strange mutated creatures appearing throughout the region greatly increase the danger of day-to-day life. None of these threats, however, compare to the Scorched. To better understand these monsters of the wasteland, I've spent time observing them and gathering information from those individuals lucky enough to survive firsthand encounters with the Scorched. There are still far more questions than answers, but I believe I have made progress in my understanding of these enigmatic and fearsome creatures. Details on specific subjects follow.
2200RS01_Contact_TerminalSubScorchedScorchbeasts. The name conjures terrifying images of huge mutated bats that poison the ground and warp living creatures into deadly thralls. We first learned about the Scorchbeasts from the Brotherhood of Steel, whose soldiers encountered the creatures to the southeast. At first nobody believed that what they were describing could be real. We thought it was a bullshit story giving the Brotherhood an excuse to commandeer our ammo and supplies. We were wrong. I'll never forget the first time I saw one of those monstrosities, black wings against a blood-red sunset. Talk about a reality check. We know far too little about these creatures, but we do know they aren't strictly nocturnal. They also seem equally willing to move alone or in small groups, and they're highly aggressive. Worse than that, they're dangerously radioactive, which I believe is an important clue about their origin. If we ever get hold of one for study, I think we could learn a lot about them. Unfortunately, being anywhere close to a Scorchbeast is a near-certain death sentence, and not just because of the radiation. I'll cover that more in the next entry.
2201RS01_Contact_TerminalSubScorchedI'd love to give a detailed explanation of what the Scorched plague is and how it works, but right now, we know so little, it just wouldn't be possible. Frankly, it's damn frustrating. What we do know is that living creatures that come into contact with a Scorchbeast sometimes begin to mutate. The victim's skin turns dark, almost black, with the smell of ash. Some kind of biochemical process takes hold at this point. Lesions that burn with intense heat begin to form on the victim's body. The affected creature appears to be covered in smoldering embers. In the case of humans, higher mental function eventually disappears, replaced by extreme, almost animalistic aggression. We call the creatures that are transformed in this way "Scorched". Needless to say, watching a friend or loved one go through this process is both horrifying and heartbreaking. Worse, there's almost nothing we can do about it. I say "almost" because we've been able to gather enough information about the Scorched plague that we might be able to develop a vaccine against it. That's a huge maybe, but we recently found some equipment at the AVR Medical Center that's in pretty good shape. With the right facilities and a steady supply of Scorched to study, we might just find a way to counter this terrible disease or possibly even reverse it. Only time will tell.
2202RS01_Contact_TerminalSubScorchedI hope by now that I've made one point crystal clear: the Scorched are lethal. They are nothing less than an existential threat. If we cannot find a way to defeat them, or at the very least contain them, there's no reason to think they won't spread far and wide, transforming or destroying everything in their path. We don't know nearly enough about the Scorched to develop real tactics. What we know so far mostly amounts to common sense approaches for dealing with any deadly predator. I'll summarize those points below. If you're unfortunate enough to encounter a Scorchbeast - likely because it has decided to hunt you - do everything in your power to keep away from it. If you've got a gun and can find an enclosed space to fire from, that's ideal; Scorchbeasts are too big to fit into small spaces. Remember that Scorchbeasts emit strong radiation. That, coupled with their powerful bite, should compel you to keep your distance at all costs. If you've got no other choice, you should at least consider using some Rad-X before you engage the creature at close range. Scorched humans are savage and deadly. While their ability to speak is limited, don't think they're mindless. They retain enough intelligence and memory to use guns and other weapons, and they're hostile to just about everything they perceive as a potential threat. Fight the Scorched as you would a Raider, albeit one with a deadly plague. Of vital importance is keeping your distance to minimize the risk of infection. Stay in cover when you can, but give ground when you need to. Do not let them get close. I know that's not much to go on. There's still so much we don't know about these creatures. Hopefully it'll help at least a little. This concludes my report.
2203RS02_Beat_TerminalSteelheart waking up... Steelheart online... Beginning patrol...
2204RS02_Beat_TerminalSTEELHEART STATUS: Dormant CHARGE LEVEL: Low Recharge in progress...
2205RS02_Beat_TerminalSTEELHEART STATUS: Ready for deployment CHARGE LEVEL: Full Use terminal to initiate patrol routine
2206RS02_Beat_TerminalPROBLEM: Raiders keep hitting our stash rooms in Morgantown. I put in some alarms, but sometimes the Raiders disconnect them. With all these Feral Ghouls infesting the town, it's getting dangerous to make our routine patrols and check the alarms. SOLUTION: Get a robot to do the job instead. But not just any robot. It's got to be something tough and combat-ready. Something that'll send those Raiders straight back to their ski resort. (What kind of gang holes up in a ski resort, anyway?) IMPLEMENTATION: Locate and re-program a law enforcement Protectron. Paint it up in Responders colors give it a cool name. Enter STEELHEART! The streets of Morgantown will never be the same. At least until he has to recharge.
2207RS02_Beat_Terminal_Sub1Nakamura found an old law enforcement Protectron in Charleston. It was still in the pod, perfectly preserved. Had it brought to my workshop at the airport. Time to brew a pot of coffee and get to work. Note to self: Remind Nakamura that on his next scavenging trip, he needs to find me some more coffee. A couple of those fancy lad snack cakes wouldn't hurt either. Sugar is the fuel of genius.
2208RS02_Beat_Terminal_Sub1Re-programming pretty much done. Made a few tweaks and improvements along the way, because this bot's going to see a lot of action. Going to put this project on hold for a few days and spend some time over at Mama Dolce's Food Processing plant. Maria wants me to see if I can get the canning machines up and running I'm also going to try to find some paint and brushes. It occurred to me that I'd better paint up this Protectron in our colors. We've had more than a few run-ins with bots on the frtiz, and I want to make sur everyone knows this guy is on our side.
2209RS02_Beat_Terminal_Sub1One setback after another. The whole operation out at Mama Dolce's was just a waste of my time. Those damn canning machines overheat after a few minutes of operation, and the noise bought us a whole lot of unwanted attention from the local wildlife. Got back to the workshop, broke out the airbrush and had Steelheart looking pretty good. Then Maria decides to do a little commissioning ceremony, but instead of breaking a bottle of champagne on him, she uses Nuka-Cola. Which of course ate through the damn paint in about five minutes. Probably should have seen that coming.
2210RS02_Beat_Terminal_Sub1Finally got the paint fixed up. Not much I can do about that smell. I guess Steelheart's destined to reek of sugary soft drinks for the rest of his existence. Time to move the big guy to Morgantown. Going to bring this terminal with us and wire it up next to him. Next step, take him for a walk so we can map out the patrol path. Hope we can spare enough security personnel. That place crawls with ferals.
2211RS02_Beat_Terminal_Sub1Well that was fun. We'd almost reached the pod to get Steelheart set up, and that's when the ferals spring their trap. Melody and her boys held them off while I raced to get the big guy up and running. Just when it looks like we're all done for, I power him up. Those ferals never had a chance against good old Steely's laser. And then of course, he runs out of juice. Well, it was a successful test run, anyway. Melody says she's never seen me smile so big. I can't deny that it was pretty awesome watching Steelheart zap all those ghouls. Made me feel like a little kid who just saw his toys come to life.
2212RS02_Beat_Terminal_Sub1I rigged up a transmitter to broadcast an automated radio message when the pod Steelheart's done recharging, so at least we'll know when to turn him loose. It's the best I can do until I can get his power unit fixed. That could be a while. Anyway, I think that brings this little project to an end. This whole experience got me thinking... at the rate we're losing people to the Raiders, the Scorched and whatever else, we might need to lean more on these robots for support. In fact, I think I'll start planning a new projcet. Maybe something using the eyebots as an early warning system. The forest's a pretty big place and we could use some help watching it.
2213RS03_Inoculation_TerminalMainPURPOSE: Produce a vaccine against the mutagenic effect known as the Scorched plague. METHOD: Extract blood samples from three candidate creatures observed to be more resistant to Scorched mutagenic effect. Use blood sample analysis to create synthetic antibodies. CANDIDATE CREATURES: Feral Ghoul, Mole Rat, Wolf ADDENDUM: Project stalled until replacement Type-T fuse can be acquired. Request filed with Responders quartermaster to obtain replacement.
2214RS03_Inoculation_TerminalMainInitiating startup cycle... Motor activated, please do not open the device! Cycling... Separation achieved, commencing analysis Analyzing... Analysis complete. Data forwarded to Sympto-Matic unit. Sympto-Matic configuration complete. Ready for inoculation.
2215RS03_Inoculation_TerminalMain*** ERROR *** All required blood samples are not loaded in the centrifuge. Please place samples in centrifuge and try again.
2216RS03_Inoculation_TerminalMainProgram complete. Inoculation administered.
2217RS03_Inoculation_TerminalSub1INOCULATION PROJECT JOURNAL Dr. Claire Hudson We're too late. I've failed. Was on the radio with Maria just now. She's never seen so many Scorchbeasts. She says the sky above the airport's dark with them. They're not attacking. Not yet. Waiting on their Scorched foot soldiers to arrive, maybe. Clever bastards. And of course, we're scraping the bottom of the barrel on ammo and stims, so this couldn't come at a worse time. So what the hell do I do now? Down here, alone, I might eventually be able to finish this vaccine. I can't help the Fire Breathers anymore, but maybe someday the vaccine will save lives, assuming anyone's left. If I can make it back to the airport, I could save lives today, or maybe tomorrow, or whenever the battle comes. And it will come. Shit. I can't stay here. It might be suicide trying to make the trip on my own, but I can't turn my back on everyone I care about. Not when they need me the most. Not when I'm the one who failed to play her part in our plan to stop the Scorched before it came to this. If anyone finds this, then get those blood samples. Load them into the centrifuge and run the DNA analysis program. The rest is pretty automatic. Good luck to us both.
2218RS03_Inoculation_TerminalSub1INOCULATION PROJECT JOURNAL Dr. Claire Hudson Damn it all! So close, and yet I'm stuck. Jeff's been out on foraging missions pretty much around the clock, and I can't get in touch with him to request help with the blood samples or the replacement fuse. The Fire Breathers are almost ready for the big operation and I've got nothing to give them. If they take on the Scorched without being inoculated first, I fear what might happen. I have to confront the possibility that I might never get the chance to finish this work. But maybe someone else can. These journal entries should serve as a guide. I'm thinking I can also rig up the Sympto-Matic to play a message to anyone that's able to administer the inoculation once it's done. That way, if the worst happens, I can at least leave some kind of signpost to help others benefit from what we've learned. To help them survive if... if maybe I don't.
2219RS03_Inoculation_TerminalSub1INOCULATION PROJECT JOURNAL Dr. Claire Hudson Thank God for automation. I'm one woman doing the work of a small research team. If not for the computers and machinery here, this project wouldn't have a chance. Speaking of the project, the creatures that show the most resilience to the Scorched plague are the Mole Rats, Feral Ghouls and wolves. If I can get a blood sample from each one, it'll be a simple matter to load them into the centrifuge and run the analysis program. With the resulting data, synthesizing antibodies should be a pretty straightforward process. Add the synthetic antibodies to the suspension fluid, and presto, instant Scorched vaccine. Then it's just a matter of waiting on that phone call about my Nobel Prize for Medicine. That's the good news. The bad news is this old Sympto-Matic machine. I powered it on and the damn thing blew a fuse right away. Jeff thinks there might be some Type-T fuses at the old mining supply store. Hopefully he can send someone to check soon. To hear Maria tell it, those boys in the Fire Breathers unit are itching to take the fight to the Scorched, and they're counting on my inoculation to protect them.
2220RS03_Inoculation_TerminalSub1INOCULATION PROJECT JOURNAL Dr. Claire Hudson Short entry today. Why? Because I really only did one thing, and it wasn't research. No, my day was spent hiding from a pack of Scorched that invaded the hospital this morning. Most of them stayed up on the ground floor, but a few wandered down here. It's a good thing I heard them, because I barely had time to hole up in the closet when they started searching around in the lab. It occurs to me that we know almost nothing about the Scorched. What motivates them? Do they eat? Why are they hostile toward everything that isn't one of them? Eventually the Scorched moved on. And by eventually, I mean nine hours later. I never want to set foot in a storage closet again.
2221RS03_Inoculation_TerminalSub1INOCULATION PROJECT JOURNAL Dr. Claire Hudson Making good progress overall, at least with the preparation. Got the analysis program finished and then, after no small amount of yelling, cursing and kicking things, I finally got the terminal and the Sympto-Matic talking to each other. Well, that's a mischaracterization. It would be more correct to say that I got the terminal to scream orders at the Sympto-Matic, and I got the Sympto-Matic to obey them. Now I get to pore over hundreds of firsthand accounts, personal observations, and any other information we've gathered relating to how the Scorched plague has been affecting the local wildlife. If I'm lucky, a tenth of it might be useful. So now we come to it... the crux of my theory. If I can identify the creatures that seem least affected by the Scorched plague, then maybe, just maybe, I can figure out why. Then, with luck, synthetic antibodies might not be far behind.
2222RS03_Inoculation_TerminalSub1INOCULATION PROJECT JOURNAL Dr. Claire Hudson Okay, here we go. One brave doctor taking on the mysteries of the Scorched! How heroic! Truth is, I'm alone, I'm more than a little terrified and I'm skeptical this whole crazy idea will even work. I think the fundamentals are sound enough, but once I start analyzing the Scorched DNA, who knows what I'll find, or whether I'll even understand it? But I have to try. If I don't, all the people I care about are as good as dead. And if the Scorched start to spread? I don't even want to think about it. At least I can be grateful we found this lab. It has everything I need, provided I can get all of the equipment working. Hey, I got this terminal re-programmed, and that's a pretty good start. Speaking of which, I'd better start writing that analysis program. No time to- damn, there's that scratching noise again. I thought we cleared this place out, but I swear there's something moving around in the upper levels. Guess I'd better work fast.