Levi

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Biography and appearance
RaceHuman
GenderMale
AffiliationEcho Lake Lumber Mill
RoleChemist
LocationEcho Lake Lumber bunker
Dialogue FileLevi's dialogue
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Levi was a chemist who was producing drugs such as Daddy-O illicitly in 2077.

Background[edit | edit source]

Levi was an employee at the the Echo Lake Lumber Mill, unbeknownst to some of his fellow workers he was also a chemist. The chems he was producing were created in the hidden bunker on the property. Their boss, Jimmy, allowed it because the profits were used to pad the coffers of the business. The operation would continue in the shadows for some time, until the day a new worker accidentally discovered him returning to the mill early before work. When Bentley saw that Levi was crossing the log rolling course at five in the morning he was naturally curious. His questioning why Levi was out there at such an early hour angered him. To get Bentley to stop asking questions and drop the subject Levi recorded a message to Jimmy. Frustrated by the situation he threatened to stop supplementing the business' income if Bentley continued to pester him.[1] With the Great War of October 23, 2077 the property would stay relatively undisturbed and over the centuries it would eventually become a homestead. Despite the settlement, the harbormen would not find its bunker. It would remain hidden and undisturbed, a tomb for the man whom died there – possibly in a lab accident.[2]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Levi appears only in the Fallout 4 add-on Far Harbor.

References

  1. Levi's holotape
  2. The skeleton scene is a male skeleton on the floor by the chemistry station, with blood spatter on the wall above it. The room remains full of supplies two hundred and ten years later.