Naveen

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Naveen
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Biography and appearance
RaceSynth, 3rd Gen
GenderMale
LocationAcadia
Dialogue FileNaveen's dialogue
Technical
Editor IDDLC03Naveen
Base IDxx004641Ref IDxx00542e
 
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When I first escaped, I had no idea what to do with myself. I was so lost, so scared. But I heard rumors of Chase, and what she was doing. That she was bringing people to a safe place... A place just for us. And now here I am... for all it's worth.

Naveen is recent denizen of Acadia, an escaped synth looking for sanctuary and a future.

Background[edit | edit source]

An escapee from the Institute Naveen wandered the wasteland, scared, lost, and alone. Eventually he heard rumors of Chase, she seeking out synths who escaped, and sought her out. Now, a recent addition to the Acadian populace he isn't sure what to make of it. It's not that he isn't glad for the home, but it wasn't what he was expecting... hoping for more.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] Perpetually trying to keep up the upbeat attitude, his views on Far Harbor, the Children of Atom, Acadia and DiMA will eventually be determined by upcoming events.[10][11][12][13]

Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]

Interactions overview[edit | edit source]

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This character has no special interactions.

Inventory[edit | edit source]

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Apparel
Flannel shirt and jeans
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Weapon
-
Icon briefcase.png
Carried items
-
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Drops on death
No additional items

Notable quotes[edit | edit source]

  • "Far Harbor's gone... how safe are we here, then?" (This line is spoken if Far Harbor is raised as a result of the quest Cleansing the Land.)
  • "Can you believe they blew themselves up? I knew those Atom guys were crazy, but man..." (This line is spoken if the Nucleus is destroyed completing the quest Cleansing the Land.)
  • "We can sort of rest easy now, right? Not totally, but still... Children of Atom and Far Harbor aren't trying to wipe us out." (This line is spoken if both of the quests Reformation and The Way Life Should Be are completed in Acadia's favor.)
  • "DiMA died so the rest of us could live. How the hell do you repay something like that?" (This line is spoken if DiMA is convinced to sacrifice itself in the quest The Way Life Should Be.)

Appearances[edit | edit source]

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

References

  1. Naveen: "Acadia may not look like much from the outside, but it's all some of us have got. It certainly wasn't what I was expecting, but... It means there's hope, right?"
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  2. The Sole Survivor: "That's a good attitude. Hope can get you through the worst of times."
    Naveen: "Believe me, I know. When I first escaped, I had no idea what to do with myself. I was so lost, so scared. But I heard rumors of Chase, and what she was doing. That she was bringing people to a safe place... A place just for us. And now here I am... for all it's worth."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  3. The Sole Survivor: "There's no room for hope left in this world."
    Naveen: "Don't say that... hope is all some of us have. When I first escaped, I had no idea what to do with myself. I was so lost, so scared. But I heard rumors of Chase, and what she was doing. That she was bringing people to a safe place... A place just for us. And now here I am... for all it's worth."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  4. The Sole Survivor: "Oh, sure. A little hope and some duct tape, and all your problems are solved."
    Naveen: "I know, I know. Not exactly a fortress, is it? When I first escaped, I had no idea what to do with myself. I was so lost, so scared. But I heard rumors of Chase, and what she was doing. That she was bringing people to a safe place... A place just for us. And now here I am... for all it's worth."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  5. The Sole Survivor: "Were you disappointed with what you found?"
    Naveen: "I mean, look... I don't want to sound ungrateful. If it weren't for Acadia, and for DiMA, I'd probably be dead. I guess I was just hoping for more, somehow."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  6. The Sole Survivor: "So now you're here... what comes next?"
    Naveen: "I don't know... I really don't. I've just gotta keep telling myself I'm better off here than dead."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  7. The Sole Survivor: "Well, I hope it's worth it."
    Naveen: "You and me both. I've just gotta keep telling myself I'm better off here than dead."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  8. The Sole Survivor: "You're a fool if you think you're really safe here."
    Naveen: "Well it's not like I have anywhere else to go. I've just gotta keep telling myself I'm better off here than dead."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  9. The Sole Survivor: "You're lucky to have found a place in the world."
    Naveen: "Yeah, I guess. This just wasn't where I thought I'd end up. Any of it. I've just gotta keep telling myself I'm better off here than dead."
    (Naveen's dialogue)
  10. Naveen: "Far Harbor's gone... how safe are we here, then?"
    (Naveen's dialogue) Note: This line is spoken if Far Harbor is raised as a result of the quest Cleansing the Land.
  11. Naveen: "Can you believe they blew themselves up? I knew those Atom guys were crazy, but man..."
    (Naveen's dialogue) Note: This line is spoken if the Nucleus is destroyed completing the quest Cleansing the Land.}
  12. Naveen: "We can sort of rest easy now, right? Not totally, but still... Children of Atom and Far Harbor aren't trying to wipe us out."
    (Naveen's dialogue) Note: This line is spoken if both of the quests Reformation and The Way Life Should Be are completed in Acadia's favor.}
  13. Naveen: "DiMA died so the rest of us could live. How the hell do you repay something like that?"
    (Naveen's dialogue) Note: This line is spoken if DiMA is convinced to sacrifice itself in the quest The Way Life Should Be.}