Milo, shipping foreman
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Milo, shipping foreman
Hello there, fellow employee. I don't believe we've met. I'm your factory foreman, Milo. It's a pleasure to meet you.”
Milo the shipping foreman, is a Mister Handy robot who makes a brief appearance in The Nuka-Cola Challenge quest at the bottom floor of the Nuka-Cola plant. He waits at the bottom level of the factory floor near the upper door to the offices.
Milo is a Mister Handy robot that was made before the War to keep an eye on production in the bottling area of the Nuka-Cola plant. As the latest in robotic bookkeeping and shipment launching, Milo continues to be a proud employee of the Nuka-Cola Corporation centuries after it went out of business. Currently, he’s waiting for additional shipping instructions from a Nuka-Cola employee with proper ID.
A closet with four bodies can be found in the plant with a note revealing Milo left them to starve to death for minor infractions such as leaving the toilet lid in the unisex bathrooms up or having a marginally longer lunch break than they were designated.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is involved in quests.|
- The Nuka-Cola Challenge: Milo can be persuaded using Speech, Robotics Expert, or information from a note found earlier in the quest into giving you the research dept. Safe key and the password for the shipping computer. In the Nuka-Cola Factory the Lone Wanderer can convince Milo, shipping foreman that they are John-Caleb Bradberton.
Effects of player actions
Failure in speech checks to get the research department safe key result in demerits, which most of the remaining options will earn you. Upon receiving three demerits, Milo will attack you, and the key can be looted from his body afterwards.
Drops on death
Milo the shipping foreman appears only in Fallout 3.
- An error can occur when you meet Milo and he will only say "What is it now, sir?". The dialogue will automatically end and you cannot interact with him. You can still kill him and loot his corpse however.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.85: "Milo, Shipping Foreman
The latest in robotic bookkeeping and shipment launching, Milo is a proud employee of the Nuka-Cola corporation. Currently, he's waiting for additional shipping instructions from a Nuka-Cola employee with proper ID."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)
- Lone Wanderer: "I'm John-Caleb Bradberton. I don't need an ID number. I own this place!"
Milo, shipping foreman: "The name is verified in my system with no existing or issued employee number. Voice stress pattern within normal parameters. Executive override protocol initiated. What may I do for you on this wonderfully productive day?"
(Milo, shipping foreman's dialogue)