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Nate is the husband of Nora, living in Sanctuary Hills in 2077. He is the template for creating a male character.
A veteran of the Anchorage Reclamation, belonging to the 108th Infantry Regiment, Second Battalion. Nate left his tour of duty as a decorated war hero and then married Nora and had a son, Shaun, within a year of the Great War. On October 23, 2077, a Vault-Tec salesman spoke to the family and confirmed their spot in Vault 111. Fortunately, he arrived in the nick of time: moments later, a newscaster reported that nuclear detonations had been confirmed in the United States, and warned the Greater Boston area of the looming destruction. Nate, Nora and Shaun all rushed to Vault 111 and become trapped above the Vault as a warhead detonated further in the city.
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Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]
||This character has no special interactions.
- If Nate is selected to be the Sole Survivor, then the player chooses his name, appearance, and SPECIAL stats.
- Nate's appearance can be customized during character creation, regardless of your selection of who to play.
Nate appears only in Fallout 4.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Lookout: "Scanning. Scanning. Accessing pre-war records. Record found. 108th Infantry Regiment. Second Battalion. Ahoy there. 'Tis Providence a member of the Congressional Army is delivered to us in our hour of need."
The Sole Survivor: "I was in the Army. But what's the Congressional Army?"
The Sole Survivor: "Standing orders, sir. Proclamation 3: "All members of the US Army are hereby members of the Congressional Army." The captain requests your presence on the bridge. At the double quick, sir."
Note: only if the player character is a male Sole Survivor.
- ↑ Fraternal post 115 terminals; Executive Terminal, Speech Memo: "We're overjoyed to have such a decorated war hero like Nate giving a speech in Concord. We should try to get him down here, too. It always brings in people (and funding)."