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Abigail Finch's dialogue

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Abigail Finch's dialogue
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NPCAbigail Finch
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Data FileFallout4.esm
VoiceFemaleBoston
 
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CATEGORY TYPE SUBTYPE PROMPT DIALOGUE BEFORE RESPONSE TEXT DIALOGUE AFTER SCRIPT NOTES SCENE
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: He did mention that Jake stole his sword and joined The Forged. Well, at least he mentioned him. That's a good sign. Abigail: The two of them were at it again and Jake must have taken off to that Ironworks like he was going on about. Relieved DN121_AbigailPostIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Not really. He mentioned him but said that Jake was dead to him. Abraham... Oooh I am gonna wring his neck. Abigail: The two of them were at it again and Jake must have taken off to that Ironworks like he was going on about. angry that your husband didn't mention that the sword he hired you to retrieve was stolen by their son. trying to remain calm, but still seething. / Angry DN121_AbigailPostIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I wasn't listening that closely to his rambling. Yeah, that sounds like Abe. Abigail: The two of them were at it again and Jake must have taken off to that Ironworks like he was going on about. Irritated DN121_AbigailPostIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: You mean Jake? Yeah, my youngest, Jake. I guess I shouldn't call him a boy though. That's probably part of the problem. Abigail: The two of them were at it again and Jake must have taken off to that Ironworks like he was going on about. Nervous DN121_AbigailPostIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Well, at least he mentioned him. That's a good sign. The two of them were at it again and Jake must have taken off to that Ironworks like he was going on about. Quiet, but still clearly angry at Abraham / Conspiratorial DN121_AbigailPostIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Don't bring it up to Abraham, but if you find my boy, you bring him home. I'll get the two of them sorted out. Quiet and conspiratorial, but very obvious that she is totally pissed off. / Conspiratorial DN121_AbigailPostIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Jake: Here goes nothing. Abraham, what's going on? Is that my boy come home? Daniel: What? Jake's back? Oh thank god. Worried DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Jake: I didn't- I don't want to hurt anybody. Abraham Francis Finch that is enough! Jake: Mama it- Disgust DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: I don't care what you thought. I told you- Shut up Jake. If I hear anything out of either of you, you'll both be peeling potatoes for the next year. Angry DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I have watched you two go at it for years and tried to let you sort it out for yourselves. Stern DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham, your son is a grown man and if you expect him to act like one then you'd better stop treating him like a child. Defiant DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Jake, your father and I have been out there and we know it can be dangerous. We just want to make sure you are prepared. Relieved DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom There. It's over. And if I hear another word about it from either of you, so help me... Stern DN121_AbrahamJakeReconcile
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Yeah, here you go. Great, here's your caps. DialogueFinchFarmWorkReward
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Not right now. Another time, maybe. DialogueFinchFarmWorkReward
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Maybe another time. I'll make it worth your while. Here you go. DialogueFinchFarmWorkReward
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: How much did you say? Two caps an ear. So, what do you say? Player Default: Yeah, here you go. DialogueFinchFarmWorkReward
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I found that busted-up old radio you gave Jake for his twelfth birthday. DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham_JakeDeadScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Took me an hour to stop crying over it. Abraham: Oh, Abbey... DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham_JakeDeadScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: Oh, Abbey... How could we let it happen? How could we fail our own son so completely? Abraham: We did the best we could by him, but Jake was a grown man and he made his decision. Tormented DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham_JakeDeadScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: I know it's hard, but we can't go on blaming ourselves. I just don't see how I'll ever be able to forgive myself. Abraham: I know, Abbey. I know. Tormented DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham_JakeDeadScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham Finch, just how big do you plan to let that junk pile of yours get? Abraham: Woman, I must've told you a dozen times by now, if it gets too big, I'll start a new pile down by the razorgrain patch. A nagging wife DialogueFinchAbigailAbrahamScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: Woman, I must've told you a dozen times by now, if it gets too big, I'll start a new pile down by the razorgrain patch. That's what you said last year, when your pile was half that big. Nagging wife DialogueFinchAbigailAbrahamScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom What I want to know is, how big is too big? Because I'm thinking it's too big already. Abraham: Fine, fine. I'll get to moving it when my day ain't filled from sun-up to sun-down with all the other work that goes on around here. DialogueFinchAbigailAbrahamScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: Fine, fine. I'll get to moving it when my day ain't filled from sun-up to sun-down with all the other work that goes on around here. Oh, why do I even bother. Nagging wife DialogueFinchAbigailAbrahamScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: Where'd you put those fusion cells I set out the other day? I put them back in your junk pile, dear. DialogueFinchAbrahamAbigailScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom You know the rule. Anything that ain't on the workbench is fair game when I'm cleaning. Abraham: Well couldn't you have asked me first, woman? DialogueFinchAbrahamAbigailScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: I had to dig around in that pile for two hours straight to find those damn things! Really? If I had to stop and ask about every piece of scrap you left laying around, I'd need a week just to tidy up the house! Annoyed DialogueFinchAbrahamAbigailScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom That's why we made that rule in the first place. And I might remind you, Abraham Lowell Finch, that you agreed to it! Abraham: Alright, alright! I get the point, woman. DialogueFinchAbrahamAbigailScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: Alright, alright! I get the point, woman. Hmph. I'll believe it when I see it. Annoyed DialogueFinchAbrahamAbigailScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Daniel: We got enough caps to get me a new pair of boots? Why? The ones you got on don't look so bad. Dismissive DialogueFinchAbigailDanielScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I'm sure they've got another couple of months on 'em at least. Daniel: Easy for you to say, you ain't wearin' 'em. Dismissive DialogueFinchAbigailDanielScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Daniel: The soles are coming off. Sometimes they flap so bad when I walk, it sounds like someone's clapping at me. Well maybe they're just showin' their appreciation for all the hard work you do. Daniel: That's very funny, but I'm being serious here. I might as well go barefoot for all the trouble these things cause me. Playful sarcasm DialogueFinchAbigailDanielScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Daniel: That's very funny, but I'm being serious here. I might as well go barefoot for all the trouble these things cause me. Well, I'll see what we've got. It ain't much, but it might be enough. Daniel: That's all I need to hear. Resigned DialogueFinchAbigailDanielScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Are my eyes playing tricks on me, or did that scrap heap of yours get about ten pieces of junk larger since last week? Abraham: What uh... what makes you think that, sweetheart? Accusing DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham2Scene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: What uh... what makes you think that, sweetheart? Don't you play coy with me, husband. There ain't been any traders by here with that much scrap, not lately. Accusing DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham2Scene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom How many times have I told you about sneakin' around in that salvage yard at night? Accusing DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham2Scene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom If those gunners catch you stealin' their metal, you know what they'll do. Abraham: You've got nothing to worry about, Abbey. DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham2Scene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Abraham: Even if they do spot me, they couldn't catch me. I'm just too smart for 'em. One of these days, you're going to find out that you aren't half as clever as you think you are. Disapproving DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham2Scene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom When that happens, it's ain't just going to be you that suffers, it's going to be all of us. Abraham: That's enough, now. I haven't been caught yet, and I ain't going to be. Disapproving DialogueFinchAbigailAbraham2Scene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom One of these days, we need to find you a good woman, Daniel. Daniel: Even if I had time for something like that, which I don't, who'd be interested? Pestering mom talking to her son DialogueFinchAbigailDaniel2
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Daniel: The women of the Commonwealth ain't exactly lining up to be farmer's wives. Then you need a farm girl. There's plenty out there, you know. Nagging mother DialogueFinchAbigailDaniel2
Scene SceneDialogue Custom That Abernathy girl is nice enough, even if her mother's a witch. And there's that girl at Warwick... What's her name? Joanie? Daniel: Janey. And she's too young for me. And Lucy Abernathy's only got eyes for Hawthorne in Diamond City. Nagging mom DialogueFinchAbigailDaniel2
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Daniel: Janey. And she's too young for me. And Lucy Abernathy's only got eyes for Hawthorne in Diamond City. Well don't you worry, son. There's someone out there for you. Daniel: You're the one who's worried. I can't think past all the weeds I got to pull. Reassuring DialogueFinchAbigailDaniel2