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Reyes

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Tech Sergeant Reyes
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Biography and appearance
RaceHuman, Caucasian
GenderFemale
Hair StyleLong side partHair ColorRed
Eye ColorBrown
AffiliationNew California Republic
New California Republic Army
RoleTech Sergeant
RankSergeant
LocationCamp Forlorn Hope, Command center
Dialogue FileReyes' dialogue
Gameplay
QuestsReturn to Sender
We Are Legion
Combat StyleDefault
aggressionAggressive
confidenceCautious
assistanceHelps allies
Statistics
SPECIALStrength: 5
Perception: 5
Endurance: 5
Charisma: 5
Intelligence: 5
Agility: 5
Luck: 5
Derived StatsHit Points: 140
Tag SkillsExplosives: 46
Melee Weapons: 46
Guns: 46
Level5
Technical
Editor IDCHFSergeantReyes
Base ID0010d23dRef ID00120dda
Editor FactionsNCRFactionNV
ArmorNCRFactionNV
ActorApril Stewart
 
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Tech Sergeant Reyes is in charge of radio communications and encryption at the Camp Forlorn Hope in Fallout: New Vegas.

Background

Reyes' main job is to handle the communications for Camp Forlorn Hope. Mostly compiling the reports received from the Rangers at Camp Golf as well as their brass at Camp McCarran. Unofficially however, she is also in charge of radio security.[1] Not just the radio security in the camp however, rather she is in charge of all the radio security over the ranger stations.[2][3][4]

Her job however mostly contains the delightful task of tabulating stockpiles, kill ratios, mission success rates, radiation deaths, and other truly fascinating numbers. While performing this duty however she has come across numerous inconsistencies between the numbers and the reports - especially with regards to intercepting hostiles. Wondering that the codes were compromised,[5] she tried to receive permission to authorize her recent update - or at the least get field clearance to leave the camp and do it herself. This however was not taken seriously by any of the officers or troopers in the camp. They believe her to just be an incompetent desk jockey – due to her alcoholism[6] – trying to glamorize the importance of her job,[7] leaving her concerned, annoyed and underappreciated.[1]

Unfortunately this is not the case, with less than a third of reported enemy sightings are getting intercepted. She worked out that either their intelligence is faulty, or NCR's enemies are one step ahead of them.[7] She plans to verify the security of radio communications with the Ranger stations, asking the first new face she sees to help.[8][9] She figures it's worth the risk, as the encryption they need for the job is unique to Ranger radios at each station and would be useless outside of them.[10]

The Courier will have to head to each Ranger station to confirm the reports, allowing Reyes to pin-point the origin of the interference affecting the Republic's war effort.[11]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character starts quests.
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This character is involved in quests.

Quests

  • Return to Sender: Reyes will ask the player for help with a potential hole in NCR opsec, asking them to update Ranger station encryption protocols.
  • We Are Legion: The player is required to eliminate the commanding officers in Camp Forlorn Hope, one of them being Sergeant Reyes.

Inventory

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Apparel
NCR trooper armor
Assault carbine icon.png
Weapon
Service rifle
Combat knife
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Carried items
x19 Case, 5.56mm
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Drops on death
empty

Behind the scenes

  • She has several responses that are left over from when Obsidian still considered post-ending gameplay, referring to the end result of the battle, for each of the end states.

Appearances

Reyes appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Courier: "What do you do here?"
    Reyes: "I handle communications for Camp Forlorn Hope, compiling reports I've received from the Rangers at Camp Golf as well as the brass at McCarran. Unofficially, I'm also in charge of radio security. No one else seems to take it as seriously as I do."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  2. The Courier: "I'll help. Tell me what I need to do."
    Reyes: "This holotape contains the updated security codes for the Ranger Stations. Show it to the comm officers there. Once the new codes are in use, anyone still using the old codes will just hear static if they're listening in on our frequencies."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  3. The Courier: "All of the Ranger stations have been given the new security codes."
    Reyes: "Glad to hear it! I'll switch over all radio broadcasts to the new encrypted channels - this ought to help us stay a step ahead of any spies. Before you go, I've got another job available."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  4. The Courier: "Every station except Charlie has been given the new security codes. Charlie was wiped out."
    Reyes: "The station's been silent for quite some time now... I guess this confirms what we've all feared. Thanks for letting me know. I'll switch over all radio broadcasts to the new encrypted channels - this ought to help us stay a step ahead of any spies. Before you go, I've got another job available."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  5. The Courier: "What do you need help with?"
    Reyes: "I have the delightful task of tabulating stockpiles, kill ratios, mission success rates, radiation deaths, and other truly fascinating numbers. I've come across numerous inconsistencies between our numbers and our reports - especially with regards to intercepting hostiles. I'm wondering if our radio security codes have been compromised. I need someone to deliver security code upgrades to each of the Ranger stations."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  6. http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?noseen=0&threadid=3358074&pagenumber=488#post392869123
  7. 7.0 7.1 The Courier: "You'd think the NCR would be very concerned about this sort of thing."
    Reyes: "I've been trying to get someone to authorize this update - or at the least get field clearance to leave the camp and do this myself. But nobody takes me seriously - they just think I'm an incompetent desk jockey trying to glamorize the importance of my job. Less than a third of reported enemy sightings are getting intercepted. Either our intel is faulty, or our enemies are one step ahead of us."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  8. Reyes: "Got a second, trooper? I've got something important that needs to get done, but nobody's stepping up to help me out. I'm hoping you're different."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  9. Reyes: "Hey, you're not one of the troopers... got a second? I have work I need done and nobody here at the camp has the time or inclination to help me out."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  10. The Courier: "What makes you think you can trust me with security codes?"
    Reyes: "The security codes are unique to the radios at each Ranger station. They're useless anywhere else."
    (Reyes' dialogue)
  11. The Courier: "What else did you need me to do?"
    Reyes: "We've received some disturbing reports from some of the Ranger stations - heavy casualties at Alpha, Super Mutant Legionaries at Delta. The weirdest one has to be the Great Khans and their trained Deathclaws at Foxtrot. These reports can't be accurate. Can they? I know you've already been out there, but could you do me a solid and confirm these reports with the Rangers who sent them in?"
    (Reyes' dialogue)