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FO76 ui roleplay team.pngThis is the transcript of a dialogue or message file, a file which contains the dialogue of a non-player character in a given game or ingame messages related to scripts and items.

Dialogue for Joseph, a doctor for the residents of Vault 13


{100}{}{You see a short man carrying a book in his hands.}
{101}{}{You see Joseph, the herbalist.}
{102}{}{You see a short man with a book called "Herbs and Their Medicinal Uses."}
{103}{}{Hello, I'm Joseph the herbalist. What can I help you with?}
{104}{}{Got owie. You fix?}
{105}{}{Feel icky. You fix?}
{106}{}{Me gimp, you fix?}
{107}{}{Got questions. Okay?}
{108}{}{Sorry, me go.}
{109}{}{I'm injured. Can you help me?}
{110}{}{I feel ill. Can you help me?}
{111}{}{I'm crippled. Can you help me?}
{112}{}{I wanted to ask you some questions.}
{113}{}{Just saying hello.}
{114}{}{Why, certainly. Hmmm. You'll need to take some of this. I'll apply this balm to the wound. Now just lie back and rest for a couple of hours.}
{115}{}{Me thank. Bye.}
{116}{}{Thanks, Doc. I feel much better.}
{117}{}{Why, certainly. Hmmm. This will take a while, so you'll have to stay here overnight. You'll need to take this, drink this -- all of it, I know it tastes foul. Now, just lie back and I'll wake you in the morning.}
{118}{}{Me feel good. Bye.}
{119}{}{Thanks. That did the trick.}
{120}{}{I'm sorry, but I'm not a medical doctor and I can't perform surgery. I would suggest that you go to one of the bigger cities and see a surgeon. Try the New California Republic. It's east of here.}
{121}{}{Okay. Bye.}
{122}{}{All right. Thanks anyway.}
{123}{}{What would you like to know?}
{124}{}{You prisoner?}
{125}{}{You leave here when want?}
{126}{}{What you know about D'claws?}
{127}{}{How you be here?}
{128}{}{Me go now.}
{129}{}{Are you a prisoner here?}
{130}{}{Can you leave here if you want?}
{131}{}{What can you tell me about the deathclaws?}
{132}{}{How did you come to be here in the first place?}
{133}{}{Thanks for the information. I'll be heading out now.}
{134}{}{No, I'm not a prisoner. I stay because I'm needed here. I've learned to accept the fact that some of my patients are deathclaws.}
{135}{}{Okay. Need know more.}
{136}{}{Thanks. Bye.}
{137}{}{That's very commendable of you.}
{138}{}{I see.}
{139}{}{That's a decision that I can't agree with, but it's your life.}
{140}{}{Yes I can, and often do. I have to collect my herbs from time to time, and I've never been stopped. I used to wonder if the deathclaws were secretly following me and whether or not they would stop me if I tried to leave. So one day I put the theory to test.}
{141}{}{Me got it. Go now.}
{142}{}{Need ask more.}
{143}{}{You took a foolish chance and you're lucky it paid off.}
{144}{}{All right.}
{145}{}{Good idea. I'm glad to see it worked.}
{146}{}{Well, let's see... Deathclaws appear to be mutated Jackson's Chameleons, the horned variety. There are a lot of similarities still present, but an even greater number of differences. The mutation factor is quite high. This species is highly intelligent, about the equivalent of an eight-year-old, with some individuals reaching human normal level. Their learning capacity is very high and they are capable of abstract thought and reasoning.}
{147}{}{Uh... what you said.}
{148}{}{Got go now.}
{150}{}{Wow, I'm impressed with your knowledge.}
{151}{}{Sounds like a bunch of hogwash to me.}
{152}{}{I was gathering some herbs one night when a voice called to me out of the darkness. 'I have been watching you,' it said, 'and I know that you are a healer. Are you dedicated to your art enough to heal someone foreign to you? Someone whom many would consider an enemy?'}
{154}{}{Thanks. Me be leave now.}
{155}{}{What a waste to be here when you could be helping others.}
{156}{}{You are truly a dedicated man who deserves recognition.}
{158}{}{I'll not help someone like you. Go away.}
{159}{}{I traveled to another town and stayed there a week or so before returning. When I got back, I was warmly welcomed. Gruthar, the pack leader, came to me privately and personally thanked me for coming back. No, I am definitely here because I want to be.}
{160}{}{Although they do not have vocal chords, the deathclaws seem to mimic human speech much the same as a parrot does. I have yet to discover the exact mechanism behind this, so I am unable to say more at this time. Socially, they are pack animals with a very rigid code of ethics. They are led by an 'alpha male' who rules with the mutual consent of the pack. They appear to be extremely loyal to the pack as a whole, treating it as a family unit rather than having individual families as humans do.}
{161}{}{Their sense of right and wrong is very well defined. They do follow a code of ethics that is enforced by the pack as a whole. Violence is never used as a solution to a problem among the pack as far as I can see. There have been no 'capital crimes' committed here, so I can't say how those are handled. Hmmm. That's about all I can think of for now. I hope this helps you.}
{162}{}{I answered that I respected all life and would do my best to heal the injured, regardless of who or what they were. I thought it was some thief or raider who had gotten himself hurt and needed a doctor. You can't begin to imagine my surprise when a couple of deathclaws stepped out of the night with an injured companion. Somebody had shot him up real good. I told them I couldn't work on him where we were, so they blindfolded me and brought me here. I've been here from that day forward.}