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The men. They drag me away. Always with the needles, questions, and the pain. The stupid stupid questions over and over.— Amelia Stockton

Amelia Stockton is a runaway synth living in the Commonwealth in Fallout 4.


She was captured by Covenant and is the object of the Human Error quest. She is the supposed daughter of Old Man Stockton, a prominent caravan merchant from Bunker Hill and a member of the Railroad.[1] If the Sole Survivor asks Old Man Stockton if his daughter might be a synth, his answers vary based on the Sole Survivor's faction alignment.[2][3]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.

Human Error



Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Tattered rags Synth component


  • She can be pickpocketed of her synth component, giving a player the rare ability to determine her nature before deciding her fate as it is possible to run past the guards and directly to Amelia before proceeding.
  • If the player character rescues her from the compound without activating the quest Human Error, she will not leave her cell even if opened and all the guards are killed, and instead will just say "I am not a synth" or "I just want all this to end."


Amelia Stockton appears only in Fallout 4.


  1. Amelia Stockton: "You saved me. Thank you. My father. Old Man Stockton. He will reward you."
    (Amelia Stockton's dialogue)
  2. The Sole Survivor: "Doctor Chambers said Amelia was a synth. Is that true?"
    Old Man Stockton: "Is that what they said? That whole Compound sounds... insane. Amelia's my daughter and that is that."
    (Old Man Stockton's dialogue)
  3. Old Man Stockton: "Amelia's a synth though even she doesn't know that. After what she went through with those monsters, maybe she suspects. But there's nothing to be done about that now. A runner has already picked her up. Hopefully the poor girl finds a safe new home."
    (Old Man Stockton's dialogue)