The fact that you are standing here must mean that you have completed your quest. You wouldn't waste precious time returning here empty-handed, would you?”
An older woman who never had much affection for her nephew/niece, Morlis's attitude didn't change much when her relative became the Chosen One. She is disparaging and disapproving of their efforts, holding them to impossible standards.
|Village elder||Unknown man||Morlis||Unknown man|
|Chosen One||Leslie Anne Bishop|
|Chosen One's brother||Unknown woman||Nagor|
|Mr Bishop||Unknown woman||Feargus|
|Mr. Bishop's daughter|
Interactions with the player character
|This character is involved in quests.|
- Obtain flint to have Mynoc sharpen your spear.: Aunt Morlis has a piece of flint necessary for improving spears. The player can obtain it in a variety of methods.
Effects of player actions
- She will soften up and wish the player character luck in the quest for the G.E.C.K if they managed to convince her to give them the flint in Mynoc's quest through a Speech check.
- If the player takes a long time finding the G.E.C.K. after saving Smoke and returning him to Nagor, Morlis will eventually be forced to kill and cook him for food to avoid starvation. This only happens after the fourth of Hakunin dreams.
- There's $100 in Morlis' tent, inside the pot. Taking the money has no repercussions.
Drops on death
Morlis appears only in Fallout 2.