he results of WNMSCE are even better than I could ever have imagined. The sheer strength and tenacity of combat suggestion implanted test subjects is incredible! Imagine an entire army of people who would never disobey a direct order from high command and can fight until it takes over 20 bullets to stop them!”
Rubin and Professor Malleus began Vault 92's secret experimental program by piping white noise containing subliminal combat messages into the recording studios used by the musicians who were the Vault's primary residents, while they were listening to their recorded performances. Rubin stepped up the experiment according to Vault-Tec's instructions without informing Malleus, however, and the two of them argued about the situation. Rubin decided he would be better off having Malleus killed to get him out of the way. However, it is not known if he was actually able to kill Professor Malleus or not.
Richard Rubin is mentioned in Fallout 3 but does not actually appear in the game.
 Behind the scenes
This character is most likely named after music producer Rick Rubin.