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Phillip Wilson

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Phillip Wilson
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SPECIALStrength: 6
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Agility: 5
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Phillip Wilson was a librarian in the city of Macomb in 2197.


Phillip is the only citizen of Macomb to not lose his mind because of hunger. He lost his glasses while running from the locals, so he became nearly blind, unavailable to read his books or even understand who is standing in front of him. The warrior agreed to help him, and soon found his glasses. The librarian has given him a book in return. After the warrior's visit to Macomb the Brotherhood dispatched three extermination squads to this area, so it's unknown what happened to him later. He would have been killed on sight or taken to labor camp.

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Phillip Wilson appears only in Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.

Behind the scenes

Phillip Wilson might be a reference to the character "Henry Bemis" in the Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone episode Time Enough At Last.