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I'm telling father! He won't let you get away with this!”— Christine's reaction to the outcome of her G.O.A.T.
Christine Kendall is a resident of Vault 101 in Fallout 3.
Playing up to her father usually results in a verbal ear-bashing or worse, so Christine has recently become more and more introverted. She's not happy here and wonders what life is like away from these concrete walls and fluorescent buzzing lights.
On August 3, 2274, her G.O.A.T. exam assigned her to the maintenance department with Stanley Armstrong. This is far cry from her mother's desire to see her in in either science or home economics, making Christine understandably furious. At least she has good looks to cheer her up.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is involved in quests.|
- Trouble on the Homefront: Christine is one of Amata's allies and informs the player on what happened in the aftermath of James' escape. She is not bitter about the deaths (her sister, Monica, died in a fire alongside their mother), though she notes others are not so forgiving.
Vault 101 jumpsuit
Drops on death
Christine Kendall appears only in Fallout 3.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.66: "Christine Kendall
Playing up to her father usually results in a verbal ear-bashing or worse, so Christine has recently become more and more introverted. She's not happy here and wonders what life is like away from the concrete walls and fluorescent, buzzing lights."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)
- The Lone Wanderer: "What happened down here?"
Christine Kendall: "Mom and little Monica got caught in the fires. I tried to get them out, I really did, but it was just too hot. I know it wasn't your fault, but my dad doesn't think as highly of you. You wouldn't want to hear what he said he'd do to your dad, either."
(Christine Kendall's dialogue)