Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink
From a brief rest to a long stay we have everything you are looking for in Covenant. Located in the central Commonwealth we have easy access to the best and safest trade routes in the area.
Our guest dormitories are spacious, well appointed, and our friendly Mr. Handy even offers free lemonade. For large caravans extra sleeping bags can be provided on request. Just talk with Mr. Fitzgerald.
We hope you enjoy your stay here as much as we enjoy having you!
> Covenant History
We're a young community formed by like-minded individuals dedicated to restoring a quality of life that's been gone for too many years. Our secret ingredients are a shared vision, hard work, and old-fashioned hospitality.
Since the walls have come up we've hosted more and more traders. Our store offers a wide variety of trade goods at rock bottom prices. If you find it cheaper elsewhere, let us know and we'll beat it.
Tell your friends.
> SAFE Test
We often get asked about the SAFE test. What is it? Why is it necessary?
Your safety, and ours, is our number one concern here. And the SAFE test is how we maintain it. The test was designed by some of the Old World's greatest minds to get a detailed psychological profile of its participants.
People fail the test for all sorts of reasons. Anti-social tendencies, vulgarity, and mental health to name a few. Often, they'd be just fine if we let them in. But we're extra cautious to ensure that only good, quality folk (like yourself) get to enjoy the comforts of Covenant.
Remember, it's all for your SAFEty!
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Office of J. Orden
> Personnel Files
> Fitzgerald, B.
Mr. Fitzgerald treats our mission as seriously as I do. If only he could do something about his wife.
> Fitzgerald, P.
* Mentioned the synths as "undesirables".
* Altercation with M. Belle.
* Frequent negative comments about other personnel and other places in the Commonwealth (specifically Diamond City).
* Severe reprimand for warning one trader about the Institute and "their ways."
If Mrs. Fitzgerald was not extremely effective in her role I'd request she be reassigned to the Compound. But she's married to Mr. Fitzgerald so her permanent posting here is required. Nothing to be done but frequent reinforcement of our missions and its parameters.
Sometimes I feel she cares more about running her store than our goals.
> Huntley, T.
* Possession of contraband on three separate occasions.
* General anti-social behavior has made visitors uncomfortable.
Huntley's new to Covenant and given his past, it's understandable that he's jumpy. Hopefully over time the community can help him feel safe. If he keeps making visitors feel nervous, though, he may need to be reassigned.
On the bright side, his reclusiveness makes him ideal for running messages to the Compound. Even when traders are in town his absence is rarely noticed.
> McGovern, T.
* Visitors comment on her "nervousness" and "jumpiness".
* She's very compassionate. Could that be a problem?
After bringing up my concerns to her Ms. McGovern has really come around. Part of our job is to act natural and if anything she over does it.
I really hope she's truly recovering instead of putting on an act. Even if it is an act, she's utterly indispensable to our operation.
> Montgomery, P.
I have no specific concerns about Dr. Montgomery. Looking at her now, you'd have no idea of what she's been through. The only niggling detail is that she keeps to herself and hasn't integrated into the community. But I suspect she resents being transferred here and would prefer to be working on the core mission.
But before she was here, our visitors' number one complaint was the lack of medical services. So we need at least one doctor here. And, unfortunately for her, she's the only one qualified that has a suitable temperament.
Swanson keeps to himself. He works directly for the Compound in administering the test, and as such I have no idea who he was or how to help him. He keeps himself strictly apart from the community. Whether that's his orders or temperament, who's to say.
> Fishermen report (Draft)
Mr. Huntley has aborted five Compound runs due to a fisherman (name unknown) who has stationed himself at the Mystic Pines' Pond. Mr. Huntley reports his new "favorite fishing hole" is directly on top of the Compound entrance. The Stockton retrieval team was almost spotted by the outsider. I recommend