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RobCo sales and service center

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RobCo sales and service center
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Site
Map MarkerRobCo Sales & Service Center
People
FactionsRobCo Industries (formerly)
United States Armed Forces (formerly)
The Mechanist
Connections
Connects toThe Mechanist's Lair
Technical
Cell NameDLC01Lair01
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TerminalsRobCo sales and service center terminals:
RobCo E-330 Terminal
RobCo E-601 Terminal
RobCo RX-6550 Terminal
RobCo RX-9000 Terminal
RobCo Sales & Service Center Terminal
Broken Terminal
 
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The RobCo sales and service center is a location in the Commonwealth, after the Fallout 4 add-on Automatron is installed.

Background

This unassuming sales and services center for RobCo Industries was actual a front for the United States Army's Robotics Division as a robobrain research and development center, designated "RB-2851".[1] After the war, the compound beneath Eagle Hill, East Boston became the sanctuary of the Mechanist.

Layout

The facility opens to a display room of RobCo's latest personal computers, with an "employees only" section in the western corner. Through these doors is a catwalk spanning across the wall of a storeroom. The southwest wall has an Expert-locked door back out into East Boston, while the northeast corner has an access port which is unlocked by an M-SAT modification to a weapon. Through the many hidden door is the Mechanist's Lair.

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Appearances

The RobCo sales and service center appears only in Fallout 4 add-on Automatron.

References