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Katy Pinn

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Biography and appearance
Hair Style?Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown
AffiliationVault 81
LocationVault 81
Dialogue FileKatherine Pinn's dialogue
QuestsShort Stories
Editor IDV81_KatherinePinn
Base ID0002a827Ref ID0002a828
ActorCarla Tassara

Katherine "Katy" Pinn is the teacher and a resident of Vault 81 in 2287.


When Katy was 16, she took the Generalized Occupational Aptitude Test (G.O.A.T.) like every other vault dweller in Vault 81. Her result was that of teacher, so she immediately went into training and has been teaching the children of the Vault ever since, and she absolutely loves it.[1] She teaches a wide variety of subjects to the children at the learning center, and would jump at the chance for a wastelander to share their experiences with her class.[2]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.



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Vault 81 jumpsuit
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Carried items
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Drops on death


Katy Pinn appears only in Fallout 4.


  1. Erin Combes: "Did the G.O.A.T. say you should be a teacher, Miss Pinn?"
    Katy Pinn: "Yes, it did. And I feel very lucky to be teaching all of you today."
    (Erin Combes' and Katy Pinn's dialogue)
  2. Short Stories