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George (Fallout 3)

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Mentioned-only character
George
Biography and appearance
RaceHuman
GenderMale
AffiliationVault 101
RoleEngineer
Gameplay
Mentioned inFallout 3
 
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Don't blame me for your incompetence. Why, I remember George used to have the lightest touch. Those were the days...

— Andy

George was an engineer in Vault 101's Maintenance Department.

Background

On August 17th 2277, as Stanley Armstrong attempts to repair the left stabilizer of Andy following a radroach ambush near the Vault clinic, the robot reminisced about George repairing his systems. Andy described the engineer as very competent with a "delicate touch," unlike Stanley.[1]

Appearances

George is mentioned only in Fallout 3.

References

  1. Stanley Armstrong: "Just hold still. Your left stablizer's been knocked loose."
    Andy: "I am holding still. It's your old, palsied hands that are shaking."
    Stanley Armstrong: "If you keep turning like that I'm going to crack your casing."
    Andy: "Don't blame me for your incompetence. Why, I remember George used to have the lightest touch. Those were the days..."
    Stanley Armstrong: "I've almost got it."
    Andy: "I don't believe you. I expect we'll be here for hours."
    Stanley Armstrong: "Ah, I think I've found the problem."
    Andy: "Ouch! Do you have any idea what you're doing back there?"
    Stanley Armstrong: "Don't be such an old woman. Just a few more adjustments and you'll be as good as new."
    Andy: "That is not the servo-motor switch. To the left... left, I said!"
    Stanley Armstrong: "Try it now. I think I've got it this time."
    Andy: "I think you just made it worse. Should I do this myself?"
    (Andy's and Stanley Armstrong's dialogue)